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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - June 16, 1920, Barton, VermontThe Monitor june 16, 1920 Page tire Harmony Pomona Grange in greens Bor o. Continued from Page one hex at my at am x am am Xix Xix am am am am am am am am x am am Puls my a taj Axtt Hojeij esp by 4 " Wox Stowe mas Ter of Harmony Pomona Grange son male quartet. To Jimmie wedding gifts mrs. O. W. Ingalls goes to Brown into n and Orleans monday for Sev eral Days visit. Several from Here attended the graduating exercises at Lyndon Institute Friday evening. E. E. Grant was called to Chelsea mass., wednesday by the death of his sister mrs. Hersey. Fred w. Mcfarland spent com m Bureau seer sep Campaign discussion of what the e Grange has it Slars 1 diary Stu uttry by the master Sand past masters of the two Pomona ranges present touching Man Points of Grange work from the so me Cement week with mrs. Margaret ii eur Canovai labor Rural free delivery. Telephone. To ii six 5 as5 main x5 Street nil Mccann his aunt at Lyndonville. A d Barton q Vermont. Moa ci5 i x " Isoif production and general of members making for better things Are so arranged in this world that the investment we scorned would have made us Rich and the one we took up makes us i Gray hair May be becoming but not Friday that u. 0 1 xxx Ivy Lyev Pitr nyx Yvo Kyr a Vrr my Yiv i xxx Rovt w Viv Yiv vex m when it is becoming Gray a woman will Tell you if it s her own. Pm Xix pm pm pm Xix pm 4 pm am am am am pm pm pm Elk Xix xxx Myk am Xix pm Xix Baa proposition Reu Louien Oetter citizens and of exr Homes son male quartet a England Reading mrs Guy Albee of East Hardwick look ing backward recitation by of Waterbury Center a milking time Solo by mrs. Bessie Debbie of Greensboro song Grange recitation miss Flanders Short humorous Story mrs. Parker comic recitation by the three White blackbirds song the Star Spangle Banner recitation by mrs. Hollis marrying a Duke song by , the Long Long lecturer a. L. Lawrence was present and was called upon an pointed out that he thought the farm ass Royal suggestion pastries and ing Aster orgy was for chm by and Sines and Etc sheidow my statistics like Wen i All she looked in a Blok then sed you was born under the sine of Taurus the sine of the Bull pug Stevens looked at Jane & no she smiled like As though the Hadu my let on i did Dent saturday Wen a went in to the 11 Owci Ckuj Behms the counter Pawell Well John & they Shukhan a sed John i Thot you had str Koil Down on Yure farm & had plent Munny the Man Whitch was John re ply de sed Begolly i got to Wirk Roget Munny to pay my income tacks a sed to my Siafa t vote plans for develop from the new Royal cock Booker is Iouin iry Ana raise All the food crops he was Able so that there might be no food shortage and thus Avert hunger strike in larger places As one to Jug r Arm ii can remade without an Adiv Stem of financing this up nip. Funds braised at the beginning e ram Bureau year on and in i shit a la in rows add water slowly tin til of right consistency to Roll out. Divide inhales roil out one half thin put on in Smail pieces half remaining shortening fold upper and lower edges in to Center fold sides in to Center fold s Des to Center again Roh out thin and t of on pie plate. Repeat win other half Lor top crust. Of. Me in nuances that leads to bolshevism is the hunger of the masses and we Don not want to make a rus Sia of our own country. A Short discussion followed. A vote of thanks was Given by the Harmony Grange for be caws i dont Haf to Wirk to pay my tacks. Offices of the american Telephone and Telegraph company As Well As mayor its principal subsidiaries. Here also Are to be located the laboratories m which the Telephone company scientific Branch will carry on the company s valuable research work in new forms of wireless and commercial for the bringing of this con tact to Vermont belongs largely tothe admiration of the late president Theodore n. Vail of the Telephone company for Bethel White credit is due also to the persistent Selling Effort of general Man Ager William c. Clifford of the Wood Bury Granite company. West Burke. . M. M. Coe was in st. Johns Bury last week. Henry Lafoe of Charleston was i town last week. The misses Dorothy and Kathleen Newman Are at Home for the summer. Miss Marjorie Hall is at Home from Simmons College for the summer Vaca Tion. Or. Laviolette and daughter Dor Othy of Woodstock were in town recently. . Lilla Walter who has been having a slight attack of. Erysipelas is improving. Mr., and mrs. Bert Wheeler of mor Gan were guests of or. And mrs. Ken Eric Klast sunday. Henry Gaskell has been seriously ill during the past week but is More comfortable at present. E. B. Smith and daughter miss Maude have been spending a few Days in st. Johnsbury. . Emma Uttin visited her aunt mrs. Ii. D. Chapman of Sutton on wednesday of last week. The West Burke grammar school will hold its graduating exercises this thursday evening at the Gem theatre b. D. Ruggles and b. S. Gray went to Burlington on thursday of the past week to attend the grand Lodge of the masons. . W. W. Gallagher was called to Windsor recently by the illness other Little son who was visiting rela Tives Here. . Marion Stewart went to the Hospital in Hanover n. H., on monday for an operation. She has not been Well for a Long time and her friends Hope she will return greatly benefited. Or. And mrs. Kendrick and Daugh Ter Marion went to Island Pond last Friday to be present at a conference of the Orleans county missionary society. . B. D. Ruggles and mrs. Court Ney Batchelder left last thursday morning for a summer in Colorado. . Ruggles will visit her sister mrs. Or. Dunkey in Denver and mrs. Batchelder will visit relatives in Greely and other Points. Or. And mrs. N. S. Colby and or. And mrs. M. E. Fairbrother and Little son Raymond went to Hortonville last tuesday to be present at the Golden wedding of or. And mrs. Charles Rhoades. Or. And mrs. Colby will re main for a visit of about one week. Rom to has Cone to Clare i plans Are j sunday All dressed for s. Stool & a called me Back & ast me did Iwash my neck & i sed no & she sed "1 to for a Campaign in each a ctr with the local ban in charge. Tip there is cheer reason for worrying about table variety. The new Royal cools Book gives new suggestions for every meal every Day. The Book is so full of sur Prises there will never be another Dull meal in the Home. Here Are a few suggestions from the new Royal Cook Book. Plain pastry this recipe is for one Large pie with top and Bottom crust 2 cups flour Teaspoon Salt 2 Teaspoons Royal baking powder cup shortening cold water sift together flour Salt and Bak ing powder add shortening and rub in very lightly with tips of Flag i s the less it is handled the better the paste will be. Add cold water very slowly enough to hold dough together do net work or knead dough. Divide in halves Roll out one part thin on floured Board and use for Bottom crust. After pie is filled Roll out other part Xor top. For local leaders of demonstration work to Spain for women. To raise $2000 before 1 curs flour1i Teaspoons to cyal baking powder Teaspoon Salt ii Tablespoons Shorter. In?4 apples or 1 quart sliced arplea2 Tablespoons sugar1 Teaspoon milk sift four baking Ponder and Salt add shortening and rub in very lightly add just enough cold water to hold dough to Gether. Roll out in floured Board line Bottom of pie plate fill in apples have been washed pared end Cut into thin slices Spring i e Vith sugar flavor with cinnamon or Nutmeg wet edges of with cold water Roll out remainder of Pas try cover pie pressing edges tightly together and Balio a moderate oven so minutes. 1st i a year just closing Xou go Wash it. I sed what for Igot on my Collar. She made me take it off & Wash Enny How. I hate Sun Day. Wish i was a pirate. Monday a s ant Whitch is a Ole lady cum to see us & she Tole Pailhe Wood quit swarming she Wood give him a new set of Golf clubs & a Golf bag a explained to her it wooden be no use to him if he had to quit Swar in g she did Dent understand. I did. I am his Caddie. Tuesday got my report card today Kool is out this comeing was Low. A sed i Thot you sed you was a Brite Skolar i sed i Thot i was but they seemed to be different opinion Between me and Teecher. Glad they dont have Grad ing in sunday Stool. Wednesday Teecher ast Jake Why the Ela Funt lives to such a Long Ole age. Jake sed it was be caws his meats so Tuff. Thursday a sed a Bot a new Bedfor me Whitch is very High a sed itis be caws they Slep so sound. If fall out of it they can hear me. It is so High that if i Ever do fall out i willbe a Wake before i Lite. Farm Bureau has i organized 17 Community definite programs of Tii Ici Maui Mieia Ana Aiso at the request of the lecturers to All who had assisted in making this one of the most interesting meetings of the year. There will be a Pomona picnic at Caspian Lake August 21 and All Are invited. Everyone is expected touring lunch and have a Good speakers will be present. The people have organized a Ceme Tery association of which n. L. Drown is president and next thursday has been set aside to work in the Village cemetery. All interested Are re Quested to come prepared to work. Greensboro Wesley Cole has been quite sick the past week Mildre d Hartson is working forms. W. D. Hill of Lyndon. George Piper has been sick wit the mumps the past week. . Clara Brown is visiting friends in Springfield mass. Four of the children of mrs. Octav a Demars Are sick with the mumps. Or. And mrs. A. J. Daniels of st. Johnsbury called on friends Here on thursday. Or. And mrs. L. D. Leavitt visited their daughter mrs. Lena Cutler i Orleans Over sunday. Ethel Ditter has finished work at f. A. Amsden s and Lois Dewing of Glover takes her place. The Stannard ladies Aid society met with mrs. Delia Hartson thurs Day. There were 50 present at Din Ner. T. Rutledge was quite badly t fun from the Hirch beams free increased the value of Rop grown for ens Ilage Rich past Yam to $10,000 due to 9 Ato no Terv finn by All Means get Tho new Royal Cook Book just these and 400 other delightful helpful for the asking. Writ today to Royal East no powder co. I i Tilton Street Kowyk City interested Farmers in user 500 tons of Lime this Teaspoon Royal baking powder Teaspoon Salt cup shortening cold water sift flour baking powder and Salt add one half shortening organized Wool growers Caledonia county bake with Royal and be sur several tons of Wool Willi cooperative la this Vear partly increased Price to or. Census returns give st. Johnsbury Nonu lation As 8.701. Increase 602, or conducted culling dem. Pons which resulted in 7.4 per cent. Of inn Rizpha off t Date for state senator from Caledonia Mont n. H., to work for the summer. Of Plain of Invof 9? a s p h i Rte in a county ii is a prominent Iii Iii. Leland a. Wood has resigned As Caledonia county agricultural agent to become treasurer of the Plymouth Creamery association with head Quad to Rin Boston. His successor has not Hills the majority of to ii i i. I i i i i i i it i i i ii t i to i t v 4 i 11 1 nil i 3 i 1 1 t i. Into nerds where a previously been yet been j. U1u1 jul the new saw Mill of the East con f placing of upwards of in his barn to the floor one Day last week. The funeral of Amos Cushion who for Many years was a resident of this place was held in the Catholic Church monday. Or. And mrs. J. D. Hutchins were in Lyndon Friday evening to attend the graduating exercises. Their son Frank was one of the graduates. W. Gillis has closed his House Here and moved to Burlington where he and his daughter mrs. Mabel Morse will make their Home. Their Many friends Are sorry to have the leave town. R t to Nia pm inf her ten Una dulls. Day. The loss is estimated at ?4,000, partly covered by insurance. The Blacksmith shop and lumber in the Yard were saved. will Board with Nis aunt Maxs. Cheney he plans to remain there and enter High school in the fall. This seems a very Good opening for the boy and we wish him the Best of Suc Cess. Rev. W. F. Hill preached a Sermon to the graduating class of the graded school last sunday morning. The Church was decorated m Green and White and the music consisted of a Soprano Solo by miss Dorothy new Man and a violin Solo by miss Pauline Dean a member of the monday evening of last week a reception was Given to mrs. Minnie Ruggles and mrs. May Batchelder m the o. E. S. Hall. A very pleasant time was enjoyed by All and the ladies presented with Little parting were gifts which their fiends hoped would their Long journey. Refresh-5 t of ice Cream and wafers were Foed nearly 100 farm see n an i. At the commencement exercises Offatt business. The Skorc Chiei in Worcester mass., thursday. Al Bert Gerry Blodgett of Lyndonville was awarded the principal prize for having attained the highest Scholas fanged for three of a a stations and f 7 Extension services eff Insp in. I inc in i tic average auning me tum. A. Iri7t. A tenon pm pit exercises j. I inh it will Tep the gains. Ement ii us Icea double tenement House when Tisne a with running water in each one. George Fowler and Milton Piper Are boys served. One Hiu . Of st. Johnsbury Academy were held at the South Church on the morn As c. June 18, when 59 received diplomas from the classical department and four from the commercial department. Lots of it Aub to continue doing the Carpenter Wor. Sheffield John Simpson is sick with Neu Moke. R rans a a. Of Mont a redress and me . Diploma and cer the James King and family of Boston visited at Henry Davis Mouco president of the Board of trustees. To to Tunu a has finished work a Graven Laylock Dean of the women localities to organize in c1thing,4 household Convent Wyssman White River Junction. X i in a1aa rim son Oft and girls club work Eastern to find mass. Greensboro Bend mrs. Ida Smith of Hardwick called on friends i town saturday. Miss Grace Tyndall of Hardwick visited mrs. F. C. Kinney last week. Miss Hattie Kellogg of Hardwick visited mrs. Maggie Goss last week. Tuesday the Caspian Lake member Shad a House cleaning at their Nan and grounds. Or. And mrs. Chas. Goodrich have moved into the tenement owned by mrs. Flora. Miller. The ladies of the congregational soon pts turned out thursday and air. Ana Iuis. .u.i. Connecticut Are visiting their parents. No starting trouble ath so Contr. She snaps right into it when i step on the starter. Jus Power punch Pep lots Charles Snelling and son have gone to sri Enfield. Where they have pm Friday night at theism Cement exercises of Lyndon Iti tit Ute at music Hall Yna Onvie. Brought to an end at of r Farmer Ash and family of Springfield visited at Clarence Ash s the last of Jig to of achieve the week. I r t i Nom Nan v with jar. Ana ours. Jiuu r ii Toich made cleaned the ? or Siess if of it Johnsbury the toastmaster. Or. Ana airs via Rico trip to the White mountains sunday. Or. And mrs. Charles Dopp Are the parents of a daughter she being cared for at mrs. Bulbs at Lyndon Ville. Woodbury Grange co awarded by Parre never r i r to Lovo not vol donor the Woodbury Muethe Mamin supportk7 Are receiving mrs. Mattie Hardy of land son Robert Are stopping mrs. Hardy s parents for a few Days. Earl Woodruff saturday accidentally discharged his Rifle put through his foot nearing a 32 Bullet the Little toe. Hibbard Rutledge was pitching Hay from the High beams of his barn s Wagon in recently. missed his footing Feu to the Load and rolled to it. I Fri intr his head Ana Lair Ana inns. Oulu sunday visitors at John Blake ass Willis Blake and or. And mrs. Willie Gray. At filling time look for the red White and Blue Socony sign. To i to a Friday and Ham j. , c american secured the Felee Raph company Telephone Koll career waa sold his furniture having previously. To in oct to co to building m Tyg Al an4 sold the nouse. Florida to live in the future.t0 join this is Whicher we be affected Hardwick financial i metro Flmer Dane me Young Cream cutting a deep Gash in it. Supervision through. Of tic work have had for a party aim Raj and cake was served and All enjoyed in a letter received from Lowell,$2.00 every gallon the same Brood time or Hampshire to work for his Uncle Long time m the the budding Orch Ibeona largest eve contract is icon you q Tfaye placed m new t Masso recently we Wuu of a Dorman a Well known resident Greensboro who has been.spending$1.00 few months with a aug. Emma Mckinley in ifs Josof 180a Bountiful Shower lived any size s0hcifofa. I r r 7 Pima Kiwi a v7 Lul for Jand numerous Leif. We i. In Many Little gifts of Flowers. I of of Tav. The Occa -3 his member through vacation. Sutton North Ridge mrs. M. P. Whipple is better. Or. And mrs. Bubb Are boarding at e. E. Grant s. Of. E. Mcfarland was in Barton on business recently. Rev b. Curtis returned fro South Windham thursday. Or and mrs. Leo j. Blake attended a party at Willoughby Friday. Or. And mrs. W. J. Murphy of st. Johnsbury visited Here recently. Canay on me us Sion of her 83d birthday. Also Ori that Day the ladies in. . Kaleys Ftp noon Tea. Wisconsin will be used 200,000 cubic Etoyse too. The and amount to Nof include contract Stone shops. Fun capacity0abeap to Complete t h Jujj for Telephone and Flyyn the in Reg . Pax qty. social Gay Deruig served were among the refreshments 1 ii and the wort Cut Best com i 7gasoumeu Porte Cut Beautiful birthday decorated with 83 candles w Cut and sampled by the ladies pres ent. A pleasant afternoon was enjoyed by All. Unity

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