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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - June 2, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol. 49�?no. 22barton, Vermont wednesday june 2, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Advertising i Thio Einz Ergo Ltd under this Vord user thou i Wod thereafter. Cash i r other. To j a Iet than to it to Jive for Sale Hay. Zina Du-15tf int it oven c we a four Barton. Rtt a ervice Damon jr., mor i a Pon. Standard and Register fun Kim pall. Glover. 20tf pig for Sale new lot just i a mine and see them. Ralph Ham i t.rt�.tel.213-3. 22tf Wool growers meet. A meeting was held in West Glover Friday evening to discuss the marketing of Wool. Hardy Merrill the tem reported a meet ing held in Burlington that Day attended by representatives of Wool marketing associations from five counties which a representative of the department of agriculture spoke telling of the present unsettled condition of the Market. The men at that meeting decided to hold their Wool for a Market conditions might be hoped for. The West Glover meeting decided to follow the action of the Burlington one and All the Wool growers of the county Are invited to cooperate in the work. Men desiring to Market their Wool in this manner Are urged to write to Hardy Merrill Newport or f. A. Emerson Barton reporting the amount of Wool they have to sell. R foe car in co four Eood tires. L. A four Good is Birton. Sale�?300 cords of Wood i of it dry. Tel. 128-12. I Merrill wanted at once laundry 1 a nil. Work All done by machinery. I i Kiev ouse Orleans. 20tf foe Sale Willis piano in first i a is condition. Easy terms to right i a ties. Box 385, Orleans. 18-23ppigs for Sale new lot just i i. Mine and see them. Ralph Hank in. Newport it. Tel. 213-3. It foe Sale Large Mosler Safe in i i condition. Will sell or sex i Inee for smaller Safe. Weight 1 m. Mrs. Lilia Dow Glover. 19tf foe Sale four year old mor i p filly. Good Driver and Well i Kite. R. A. Beauregard Orleans. I Toce 16t-2. 22-23p _ foe Sale one two year old i of Csc Bill w. C. Gould chamber i a by Albany. Tel. 10-15. 20-22pfoe Sale Grade Jersey Bull 18 i a Celii old. V. G. Marshall Orleans 20-22 for Sale a two Story House pod Bam a Large Garden place for 1. All in Good shape near i the and Yard. I a Atka and Peerless. I ii mail Barton. Mrs. E. C. 22-24p the summer i a cock laundress Kitchen i p table and chamber girls. Apply i Tocce. The Cobb House Canaan n. 20-23p i United housekeeper in family 15-�?�? competent to have i of Bouse. Good Home. E. I Bei Hott Barton. 20tf Many columns of advertising and news material Are omitted from this Issue Oving to copy received late because the r. F. D. Routes were not covered monday and the Lack of space. The very serious shortage in the paper Market makes added Juges impossible except in the most urgent cases. Miscellaneous Farmers notice shall not buy Stock monday june 7. G. S. Dodge Orleans. In Farmers notice will not take Stock monday june 7. W. E. Hanson Barton. In Cash paid for furs hides and Ink. Telephone 58-11. Daniel Zabawsky. Barton. 9tf Cong regal onal Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor sunday june 6 a Vii worship and Praise subject of Sermon 11.45, sunday school. 6.00 p. M., Christian Endeavor. 7.00 p. Union service. Grade a a so St a a to mile. Spa meet tag a cd Quot Bye a syn Quot a notice have purchased a truck and am now prepared to do All kinds of moving and Job work. E. D. Alger Barton. 22-24 at your services Percheron stallion supreme 133559. At Mcfarlane a Mill mondays. Elwin a Graves. 22tf notice to sugar makers i am in a position to buy your sugar either in Sjorup or packages. Barrels furnished if desired. Prices guaranteed. J. F. Batchelder Barton. 8tf insurance and real estate Best Stock and Mutual companies. Surety Bonds All kinds of Village real estate. Any one having Village real estate they wish to sell la on f. W. Baldwin Barton. 39tf great auction Sale a of horses at Taplin amp Rowell stables i Orleans saturday june 5th. Also i wagons and harnesses and 1 three for Sale or rent my build year old registered Percheron see Bills. And. R. Tapuni Orleans. Village known As the i place equipped with electric 1 closet and Spring water. To Sec Ana Spring water storage room. C. Kimball 20tf a five passenger Chev i get a Model registered. I the lots of Busi i ii automobiles peer passenger roadster hey Linda to mileage Jeffrey a touring like pm Ces right for a a Sale. A. Grout Newport. 20-23 wanted wanted live poultry. Tarton. Elrick i8t� wanted at once two desk cases or card trays with covers to hold 3x5 cards. Gil pm Hunt amp co., Barton local notes f. D. Pierce is in Boston on business. Or. And mrs. J. V. Rowen of Barre were in town monday. A i ugh Ter was born to or. And mrs. Roy Stiles saturday. Herbert is Viteau of Lyndonville was a recent visitor in town. P. W. Cowles of Brooklyn n. Y., is in town for a Short time. Str Tler of Northfield was in town wednesday calling on friends. Discount on All millinery. Mrs. Vercoe. Adv social dance in Woodman Hall Evansville Friday night. Adv. Or. And mrs. Wallace Foss were at his Home in Albany Over the Holiday. Mrs. Nora Smith of Cabot has been visiting her Niece mrs. Jennie Skinner. Mrs. W. A. Warner of Peacham is Here caring for her brother Fred May. The weather of the past week has been hot and dry. Rain is much needed. Miss Ina Ross of Pawtucket r. I., was a recent guest of mrs. C. F. Shores. Miss Sallie Cowles of White Plains in. Y., has arrived in town for the i summer. Miss Cora Hill has returned from a visit to aunt at White River Junction. Mrs. Sadie Cowles and son Lee visited friends in North Craftsbury recently. Since no Oil can be secured for use on the streets the water sprinkler is being used. Or. And mrs. J. D. Mcfayden of Stanstead were week end guests of friends in town. Miss Gladys Masure spent sunday and monday with friends in White River Junction. Fred May has been ill with a slight attack of pneumonia but is improving at this writing. J n. Patterson of Craftsbury spent the past week in town visiting relatives and friends. Ralph Hibbard of Springfield mass., recently visited his parents or. And mrs. C. E. Hibbard. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson was called to Lyndonville sunday to officiate at the funeral of a former parishioner. Or. And mrs. Charles Webster a Quot Joyed a family reunion of All their children at their Home monday. Mas Cora Healey a i Syria eld wanted�?15 men to Cut and Pell Ruce pulp. F. R. Hastings. Henry Brooks. Barton 18tf decoration Day. Monday was a Clear hot Day and the Observance of decoration Day was general in Barton the stores closing in the afternoon. The usual Parade marching to the Welcome o. Brown cemetery was formed at the school grounds shortly after 1 of clock headed by the band and marshal of the Day j. A. Pearson. Following the band were 25 world War veterans in uniform. Then came about 200 school children each carrying a Flag and at the rear were the few remaining veterans four in number in automobiles. After the ceremony of decorating the Graves of veterans and the return of the line to seavers Hall a Short program was Given there consisting of band music prayer the Reading of general Logan a orders for the Observance of decoration Day the Reading of Lincoln a Gettysburg address and the address of the Day by Rev. J. J. Hutchinson. Or. Hutchinson paid Honor to the veterans of �?T61, the veterans of the recent world War and to their mothers wives Sisters and sweethearts whom he said suffered As much and were As Brave perhaps As those who went to the front. Or. Hutchinson said it was a great privilege and Opportunity to be called to fight for ones country but a greater privilege to be called to live for ones country. Courage was that in Man which prompted him to stand out from his Fellows and do that thing which he believed to be right regardless of Public sentiment Community custom. Lincoln had that courage. Finally he referred to the duty at Home As Well As the duty on the Field of Battle and compared the former not unfavourably with the latter. Party of friends saturday afternoon in Honor of her birthday. Delicious refreshments were served and a delightful afternoon was spent. Commencement next week program of week begins sunday night with baccalaureate Sermon. The functions of commencement week of Barton Academy opens sunday night at a Union service in the congregational Church at which time Rev. J. J. Hutchinson will preach the Sermon. On monday night in alumni Hall comes the Junior reception. On wednesday afternoon at 2.30 of clock p. On the Academy Lawn will be held the class Day program As follows invocation Rev. A. Turner class history Frances Willard class prophecy Mary Shedd a prophecy of the Prophet a Ralph Mcgrorty presentation of gifts Isabelle Young a last will and testament a Floyd Taylor a presentation of the key of knowledge a Merrill Clapper a acceptance of the key of knowledge a Clyde Walcott �?T21. Commencement proper 11 be held in seavers Hall thursday evening. The program follows music prayer. Rev. A. Turner Salut Atory with essay Marion Seavey address. Rev. George a. Martin music presentation of diplomas essay with valedictory Ada Drew music. There Are 14 graduates As follows Merrill Branch Clapper Ada Merle Drew Elsie Belle Hibbard Elsie Ella Huntington Bernice Eleanor Martin Ralph Josiah me forty Eleanor Harriet Ryan Marion Mabel Seavey Mary Alta Shedd Hazel Margaret sinon Floyd James Taylor Frances Elizabeth Willard Isabelle Young Edith May Dopp. The class motto is a keep Faith a the class colors Blue and Gold class Flower White Rose. The final event is the alumni banquet at hotel Barton Friday evening with Bruce Buchanan acting As toastmaster. Congregationalists at Island Pond. The 80th annual meeting of then t j .1. A 1. I Orleans association of congregational the Dies society of the Congre it churches will be held at Island Pond National Church will meet at the Friday of next week beginning at there will be a Good attendance. Among those on the program Are. The Flower Mission meeting of the Rev. Frank e. Davison Derby Rev. W. C. T. U. Will be held with mrs. C. E. Southard Coventry Rev. C. J. W. W. Reirden tuesday afternoon Peterson no. Craftsbury Rev. J. J. June 8th. Will All members having Hutchinson Barton Rev. W. G. plants or Flowers or cards please Farlane Westfield Rev. R. A. Ham bring them. Lilton Orleans Rev. C. E. Ha3rward, Ftp. North Troy Rev. Frank w. Hodgdon so the Delegate will give a report of program is a very practical one Quot and every Church is entitled to four delegates. Taplin of Orleans will give a report of the congregational world farm Bureau membership drive plans. Plans Are being perfected for the annual membership Campaign of the Orleans county farm Bureau. R. A. Dutton of Brownington the president has appointed the chairman of each Community organization local director of the work. These chairmen Are requested to appoint their assistants at once and report the names to the Newport office before june 10. The list of chairmen follows Albany to be appointed so. Albany c. W. Williams e. Albany George Fulton Barton f. A. Emerson Brownington r. A. Dutton Orleans j. Bartlett Brighton b. W. Farmer Coventry h. A Wilson Charleston g. L. Kinne Craftsbury f. B. Root Derby d. A. Robbins Glover g. T. Cook w. Glover b. R. Buchanan Greensboro Foster Gebbie Holland j. J. Flynn Irasburg e. F. Wells Jay w. Warner Lowell f. G. Kinsley Morgan g. W. Gray Newport a. E. True Newport Center j. W. Lunna Troy f. C. Field North Troy j. A. Griggs Westfield l. R. Miller Westmore Rawson Calkins it will greatly assist in the work if present members will make an Effort to pay their dues to these men As Anju thing that will save time and Effort at this Busy season will be appreciated. The actual Campaign will be conducted the last two weeks in june and it is hoped the goal of 1000 members can be reached. The dues Are $2 for men and $1 for women. Still they come. Subscriptions for the boys and girls club work fund being raised by Gilpin Hunt amp co., continue to come in and swell the total toward the sum needed. Done to delay. Previously acknowledged an Orleans Friend d. Racket Albany mrs. R. K. Ware Irasburg c. F. Wright West Glover f. V. Swanson Orleans Memphra Magog Grange Newport 25.00 the grand Lodge meeting. All members Are urged to be present. The pre memorial exercises Given by the grades in alumni Hall Friday a a a a evening were Well attended. The Flag movement Campaign in Orleans Cou drills were interesting and Well put to. On the one depicting scenes of both the a a blues and the a a Gray being especially interesting. The Riverside school closed Friday May 28th, with an average attendance of 94 per cent for year with 28 pupils. Those having no Marks for year were Anita and Clifford Jarvis and Theda Roberts. Luce and Amri Vezina had no Marks during Winter and Spring terms. Of the a Union group meeting _ woman a Home and woman a foreign missionary societies of the Metho St episcopal Church will be held in Orleans june 18th. Representatives of the two societies will be present to 1 i. In an a Crest Tsy and say a eak at this meeting an interest-mass., spent saturday Ana program is being prepared with or. And mrs. F. B. Tower. Fending Are asked to carry mrs f g. Burdick has been spend. ing he past week in Claremont n. H., St. Johnsbury and is Donville. A. N. Page House into rooms in the c to. Collins House. De. Mcgoff of Brandon has been spending a few Days with his parents or. And mrs. Cornelius Mcgoff. Maurice Day of Whitefield n. H., visited his sister mrs. O. J. Shepard last week. Mrs. C. E. Hoyt of Hardwick is spending the week with her daughter mrs. E. A. Pike. Mrs. Floyd t Kennison spent the past week with her sister in Coventry Alma Ducharme of Derry n. H., is visiting her brother Almon Ducharme. Mrs. Wilfred Messier and Little daughter have gone to West Burke to join her husband who has employment wanted girls to work for tha ,7--- Mason at the old to Mastead. Cords about three Good pay. Address mrs. L. Umili at r. R. Sid Ford. wanted girl or woman for counter and table work at cafe Barton. Road ii touring with starter 2 i Tlack rings. These cars condition As they p. Of overhauled and paint Newport. 16tf carpenters wanted five capable men Jervah amp Corkins Newport. Jig Winton six i lad of cd Cole Road i \ a if his Tekev you act at or i Date a a a a sold at an a. Ames garage Derby 19-22 1160 s rent farm running and Apple or a i a a a i Quot a a a Ater. Good House does from bar a Iain a Jestmore Road. Good property. Also 180 re Quot a pasture. J. 16tf wanted fresh eggs a veer tacit Var. And flowering at sea amp cry a a i t 40 of the bes some varieties Fisl s Lave zinnias we be i ova Fiji and finest Valois in ver Barton. 22-23 troll a Tel belonging to a Quot Der please leave no cd Day Nuy Chen Ajan Cate with 1.2wp Ortet sunday on a it regard Barton. An calf four Field were recent visitors in town. Or and mrs. Arthur Marsh of to Rwy Heyi do a a a a Grouns thursday of Nerret week june 11th. A St it. Asl a Alt Nye who is Leeo Venn from her recent injury. Mary Hibbard is visiting in sent for the summer. The big a a a Onslo wed her end if Oom Erk will be held a Basket lunch for the noon hour. The Orleans ladies will furnish sup per at a moderate Price. The towns there. A it c v q Dak a a and or. To in led re Onn Are Nert i or. And mrs. Dean Corley of Jolt. W a Ell of North Orleans Barton Irasburg and Tae and mrs. A. Beach of St. And mrs. W. W. Hae a Albany s. A a a card we the undersigned wish to thank All those who so kindly assisted us during the illness and death of our Der so a band and father. Misses Rose and Lilia Valley or. And mrs. Judah Blair and family or. And mrs. James Revoir or and mrs. Fred Billodeau or. Std mrs. Duffy Valley a. Maerae. John Carrick. 1-2 wanted Man a a a a Orsa Jiem r4hrsl.�?o- a Chartan. wanted calf and horse both i. Solomon water St., Barton. Phones. Wil May a Good Isis work on farm. Viii pay a a for right party or Voll Quot get part of the farm l. R �"�?of.�?T22p. Glover. Factory run a haj4wick,, Mill construction office build 240, engine room 20x60, orc ing 20x30, Flandi 60 cheap Electr Fletcher i write e.2 wanted Stan a Phi bookkeeper for books with ing firm. A ten permanent �23p Hunt a co., inc., Barton. To a Day evening this a Asen. $1339.00 10.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 3.00 1382.00 county w. C. T. U. At Barton. The woman a Christian Temperance Union held its Fortieth annual county convention at Barton May 26th and 27th, in the congregational Church mrs. L. Pearson county president presiding. Wednesday morning an executive meeting was held and Noontide prayer occurred at 12 of clock. At noon each Day All Over the world every Loyal White ribbon woman takes the cause and its problems before the throne of Grace and thus strengthened presses Forward in the Noble work for the Benefit of humanity. The afternoon program was very helpful and interesting. The ladies of Barton furnished excellent Mii Sical numbers and throughout showed a Fine spirit of hospitality and cooperation and the meeting together was both beneficial and successful. Pleasant greetings were extended from the churches by Rev. Turner the clubs mrs. J. F. Batchelder the schools Prin. Merrill the local Union mrs. E. W. Barron the response was Given by mrs. Mabel Kelley of Brownington. Mrs. B. O. Spaulding of new Iott conducted a very impressive and comforting memorial hour in tribute to those members who had been a called Home during the past year. They were mrs. Augusta Curtis mrs. Elk Elliott and miss Clara Dwinell. Mrs. Ethel Dickens Sang a Solo and mrs. We. Colum read an original poem which follows. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson Barton pastor delivered a forceful and instructive talk on or. Gilpin editor of a series of count up papers is now publishing a number of educational talks on important subjects tending toward better morals and clean living from the pen of Rev. Hutchinson which cannot help but prove beneficial to Many and it is urgently hoped that our Young people will take time to read and meditate on these helpful truths. Miss Marion Redfield Sang an inspiring Solo. Mrs. W. Robinson of Orleans gave an enlightening and very helpful talk on mrs. Robinson at one time was engaged in a special line of work among Young people and is Well qualified to instruct on this very important subject. Wednesday evening or. Jeffries of the associated charities and probation Board gave Many interesting de a the parting of the ways a the first tails of his work. Miss Elizabeth in a series of five sermons on a a life a Van Patten was so Johnsbury have been guests of or. And mrs. W. A. Bailey the past week. Or. And mrs. Frank Harris and children of St. Johnsbury spent memorial Day with her parents or. And mrs. I. S. Drew. Mrs. Helen Thompson of St. Johnsbury visited her sister mrs. Amanda Cowles and Niece mrs. J. C. Carpenter Over sunday. Pre memorial exercises Given by the pupils of the Village school last Friday afternoon were very interesting and nicely rendered. Or. And mrs. Strong of Morrisville and Ernest Scribner and family of Irasburg Stowe in sunday with or. And Walter Houston i the Jersey Star Creamery Assisia Lowell town me., Over Tion has purchased a two ton vim Herbert Wheeler was Home Bryant of Troy. The Claremont n. H., Over sunday. J Creamery is now making 5000 pounds Delfice Dion a children have been ill of butter a Day. With measles the past week. A. G. W. Russell or. Frank Fletcher was Home from and mrs. G. W. Phillips r m be. Greensboro Over sunday. A Maynard Alexander and w. Kid a tid mrs h. C. Goss of Cov Der attended the state convention 1 4, memorial Day Here. A held in Montpelier last week. D mrs r g. Quimby of or i or. And mrs. E. F. Was Mac. Or. Morial Day in town. E. Towne mrs. Lottie Wells mrs. Leans spent memo y. Houston and w. Kidder at b. T. Chaffee was in nyae a tended Pomona Grange held in new business yesterday. Ici port last wednesday. J. B. Tinker of a a j mrs. Will Clarkson of West Burke spending the week m to. Visited her father and other relatives a b Post of Newport spent Satur town last week. Her Sisters mrs. Dav arid sunday with his daughter Sylvester and Stella Mason re mrs a m. Clough. A turned Home with her for a few Days mrs Curtis Healey and children Are visit. Up song the week with her father in g Church notes Holland. N j a u Edward f. Wood pastor Ter at Detroit miss Susie Miller a e Hepworth league at 7.30 thursday spend the a a Home in South Albany last week by g Tome will Lead a Chian. With her q us n her Mother. Rehearsal at the close at g. W. Of the memorial Ter. Marie lend the mrs Arry pie a re Man if of w a can a al x a air enter talked a the ersts a a head Over i the w. Him. S. Met Friday with account of Lack of space m this a Healey. The mite boxes Issue. Were opened and found to contain $10 and mrs which is an increase of $6 Over last mrs. George Kennison. A sacrament of the lords per set Mem Orul Day a a a year. Mrs George Kennison. I Clough and mrs. Addie be administered next sunday re a a Obarton were guests of or. A morning after the Sermon. Cos j of a a m Clough Over sunday. 1 for All Ages in the sunday school. An mrs. From the subject for evening worship jul be w the other topics will be a the companions of the Way a a the guide for the Way a a the end of the the memorial sunday services were held at the m. E. Church last sunday morning. The veterans of the civil Spanish and world wars were present. The choir Sang patriotic songs and miss Doris Sears gave a a cello Solo. A very Large congregation listened to the Sermon by the pastor who based his words on Zech. 4 6 he reviewed the past bringing out the glorious history of the country stating that we May Well be proud of our record in that we fought not for Conquest alone not to gain territory but for the Sake of humanity and righteousness. The present was looked upon and its problems brought out and the future was shown in prophecy. The congregation Sang America at the close. The Church was very prettily and hastily decorated with plants Apple blossoms and flags. Miss Skinner had charge of the decorating assisted by mrs. Wood and the Young ladies of the sunday school. Glover Rev. John Kimball delivered the decoration Day address in Morrisville. Or. Bowman is staying with his daughter mrs. Basford in Glover Village. Mrs. Vij la Rich has gone test. Johnsbury to care for a patient during june. Rev. Harold Don Scott of St. Johnsbury called on friends in town decoration Day. S. E. Kings store will close tuesdays and fridays at 6 of clock p. M., during june july and August. The annual reunion of co i 15th regiment of Vermont volunteers will b held at the g. A. R. Rooms june 10th, dinner will be served by the w. R. C. At 36 cents per plate. Children 15 cents. Miss Mabel Dresser of Turner me., was the guest of or. And mrs. Amos bean for the week end. She is a teacher in Colebrook n. H., and came Home with miss Alice Dexter who also teaches in that town. Grange meeting will be held tuesday evening june 8th. The feature of the lecturers hour will be a talk on inventions of the War also some that came too late by Ivan Elliott. The Grange chorus will help on the music and they need no advertising. Or. And mrs Buck have charge of the refreshments. Please bring cookies wafers or cake. Dale Walcott and Marjorie bean have charge of the social hour. John h. Cass of this town died at the Millet sanitarium East Bridgewater mass., wednesday May 26 after an illness of tuberculosis following influenza. was Bron at crafts Bury Vermont aug. 23, 1879. The funeral was held in Hardwick at the Home of his sister mrs. Lewis Haynes saturday May 29, and the remains were taken to Craftsbury for burial beside his Little daughter he is survived by his wife and two sons. Glover Community Church morning worship 11 a. Sunday school 12 of clock. A child helping a from coming by a scheduled to talk on but was prevented _. A Call to Massachusetts. Mrs. A. Turner gave a recitation and or. Merrill rendered a Solo. Thursday morning was Given to a Reading of reports by the superintendents of the various department showing work done Over a Large territory. The Jubilee fund has been raised and the prospects seem very Bright for carrying out Many excellent plans. The following chief officers will serve the ensuing year mrs. Pear son our very estimable president of Many years has kindly consented to serve again first vice mrs. Susie Kelley of North Troy second mrs. C. F. Cutler of Barton secretory mrs. Pearl Keeler of Coventry treasurer mrs. Edith Stoddard of Orleans. Thursday afternoon mrs. Olive Kimball of Glover gave an excellent address on the subject a up Hill a a mrs. Taplin of Orleans read an instructive paper on a civic mrs. Zuar Hanson gave two inspiring Short readings. Mrs. R. A Webster was unavoidably prevented from giving a Solo but the musical part of the program was specially Good. Mrs. J. J. Hutchinson Sang the a a Victory song. The w. C. T. U. Feel that they held a Worth while convention and received eat encouragement for the ensuing years program. There was a Resolution adopted in the convention relative to the establishing of a Domestic relations court in connection with our municipal and juvenile courts at Newport As a very definite Aid in child helping and the maintaining of Home ties now so easily Dis soluble. This can come Only through an act in the coming legislative session and the plea is now made to All interested people to assist in every Way possible to create a favourable Public sentiment regarding it. Mrs. Pearson or. And mrs. John Kerr or and daughter. Waver and mrs. Sadie Mccaffrey motored to Stanstead thursday evening to convey greetings from the Orleans county convention to the International convention being held there that evening and which was addressed by mrs. George Black the provincial w. C. T. U. President. Mrs. Sadie Mccaffrey press supt there will be a social meeting in the evening at 7.30. Last sunday evening miss Thelma Phillips and miss Hazel Miles Sang solos which were very much enjoyed. The topic of the Sermon sunday morning will be a a charge to keep. Children a Day will be observed on june 20th. The Lola Sargent Mission Circle meets this week with mrs. John Arthur. West Glover Gerald Phillips was at Home for memorial. On sunday afternoon an Auto party of friends or. And mrs. Carlton Jones mrs. E. T. Salisbury Donald Salisbury and Lawrence Stockwell of Randolph called on him

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