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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor 50�?no. 25 advertising i to inserted under this a word for it St in i Tlok thereafter. Cash m Ler. a a. for Sale Aims Road Man for Hay Quot Glover. 24tfbarton, Vermont wednesday june 23, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Lost Iii 7m 12 Between St. Johns Bury and Newport Side piece belong ing to a wooden bed. Finder please notify Monitor office. 25tf three fourths Inch Star Creamer lost Between Willoughby and a underpass below Perry a Gray handbag containing sum of Money finder return at once and receive re Ward. Hazel Morse West Charles ton Barton local notes Mcgorty has finished work at pierces drug store. T arrived Home from u. \. M. Saturday. Dunham has finished work the May insurance office. Barton defeats Newport. The new City boys came to Barton yesterday and were taken into Camp to the time of 7-2. For seven innings the two teams battled evenly. In the eighth the Barton steam roller Amery i 24-25p i miscellaneous a Evdamon jr., mor see and custom Wool carding and miss Esther Eveleth of Chicano visiting at the May Home. A i Kim a a and ground out four runs. Of is i 4_, Giovi Boston. I kindly contributed two errors. At fed off with a triple plated Isle. Carter singled. Emerson , of Dimmg me week in Boston. Kwh la it inf a Anta i a. My Nard and Register to. Glover. 20i i f r lot just them. Ralph Ham or. Tel.213-3. 22tf a c i a a registered Jersey Jull a 7 nth old. L. Davis 26-27 for Sale Home of k. K. Brennan Orleans. See. 25-27p s�.�le�?300 cords of Wood. It dry. Tel. 128-12. M Orleans. Loti for ibo Harry _ Quot for Deering mowing . new. E. D. Clark brow phone 111-3 24-25p f t. Í5.4le�?four registered Jer Vea bulls. Zina Ducharme _ 24-25p lot just Jyh Ham pigs for Sale new �7 a of. See them. Ral be. Newport it. Tel. 213 it for sale�?1911 Ford touring car. Good Niech Apical condition. L. E. Mason. Barton. In Fop. S.\le�?12 swing stanchions r. Ood condition. P. Darling Aiba-ny._25tf for s.4le�?1 Iron pump 2 lunch Paris. 1 Pian stand 1 brass Kettle 1 commode. 1 track for Bam door. Mrs. Howe. East St., Orleans. In shingles just arrived All grades. Price it n of . A. R. Cd of. Barton. In i the a Lnda a a h a it tar j a a. Civ is it i. Hos if his Point with four runs in Kenni pita where he is improving in health. I son tightened and struck out two mrs. George Laythe of Orleans is Dubois then drove another one at cottage Hospital for rest and diet Center and Lahar camped miss Frances Willard under it. Emerson a work again de in working in serves mention he held the visitors to four hits and made two hits and three runs himself. Spent the score i Mour Uriel a. Junk. Telephone 58-li7 Danier a i a. Turner left on monday Baa sky. Barton. 9tf Home in Bellows Falls for a few Days. For Percheron stallion foaled 1917, at my farm in Albany. L. Davis. 25-29 services Grey registered mrs. Tom Sinclair of West Leban Balsam Phenix a regular meeting of Orient chapter no. 13, o. E. S., will be held on Friday evening. L. French spent several Days in Highgate last week and has now gone to West Glover. Miss Geneva Hubbard is at the Home of her sister mrs. Shattuck in Dan at your services Percheron stallion supreme 133559. At Mcfarlane a Mill mondays. Elwin l. Graves. 22tf Farmers notice want to buy monday june 28, Carload of Stock calves beef and Bologna cows we a bulls and hogs. Telephone me Mon Day morning for prices. Both a phones a a or today a stores in House. G. Dodge Orleans Orleans Friday. -1 mrs. It e. Thorp of Cambridge week with her insurance and real is Jaten Best Stock and Mutual com a Quot a a a a s Hibbard panties. Surety Bonds All kinds of Vil or. And mrs. Sherman Howland of Page real estate. Any one having Vil Burke Are taking a vacation at the Page real estate they wish to sell Call Home of their father m. Owen on f. W. Baldwin Barton. 39tf 1 beginning july 1st, All piano Les sons will be ?1.00 each. Mrs. F. I Pillsbury. Adv. I Barton a r h r a e 1 Heath of 5 1 1 0 0 Barrows e 5 0 1 7 1 0 t. Lee 3 b 4 1 1 0 6 1 priest 1 b 5 0 2 10 0 0 Pike is 5 0 0 1 1 1 Mathews 1 f v 5 0 0 5 0 0 Dubois c f 4 1 1 2 0 0 Carter 2 b 4 1 2 1 0 0 Emerson u 2 3 2 0 1 0 totals 39 7 id 27 9 2 Newport Monty 3 b 4 1 1 2 1 0 Lahar c f 4 1 1 3 0 1 Rublee 1 b 4 0 0 9 0 2 Kennison p 4 0 1 1 2 0 Gilman is 4 0 0 0 1 2 Mayo r 4 0 0 1 0 1 Brouillette c 3 0 0 8 1 0 Bigelow 2 b 3 0 1 0 1 1 Stevens 1 f 3 0 0 0 0 0 totals 33 2 4 24 6 7 innings 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Barto 0 0 2 0 0 10 4 7 Newport 000002000 2 wanted there will be a Public dance at the for a ale furnished cottage and Large lot at Crystal Lake. Mrs. Lena m. Woodward 19 Pearl St., St. Johnsbury. 25tf for Lang House in Banon school Street. Terms to Iti purchaser. Apply to j. E. A Tinnan Iii Hughby. 25tf Fok Sale Large Mosler Safe in Gwi t. We sell or sex Tor smaller Safe. Weight a mrs. Lilia Dow Glover. 19tf wanted live Tarton. Publ poultry. Elrick Willoughby hotel Friday eve celebrating the fourth Glover Albany and Newport plan celebrations on july 5. Two base hit Emerson Monty. Three base hit. Dubois. Struck out Emerson 6, Kennison 7. Base on balls Kennison 1. Hit by pitched Ball Kennison 2. Umpires Clifford and Mayo. 18tf nine. June 25. Adv. Morrisvale came to Barton thurs a miss Marion Carter of Ludlow and Jay and Defeated the Home boys 4 to 2. Wanted will pay five cents for a George Carter of Boston Are at Home out. Both Emerson and Silloway a copy of May 12 Monitor. 25tf with their Mother mrs. Edith Carter making two runs and saving a shut a. E. Bruning has moved from the wanted at once laundry i woman work All done by Machini. Chad bump a House on Elm Street. Valley ouse Orleans. 20tf i,.members of the local missionary wanted�?15 Peel Spruce pulp. Henry Brooks Barton. Men to Cut and society of the m. E. Chorch attended f. R. Hastings the group meeting at Orleans last Fri of Day. Mrs. Lucy Dartagnon who has. Quot mrs. 18t wanted girl or woman for been stopping with her put mire. ,1. Cour Irevin Towe work at once. Nor k Ohison will return Toice Wrork Mandy cafe Barton. 18tf thursday. A i mrs. R. P. Webster and children carpenters wanted five in Camp with miss Hazel Mcl a for Sale a Complete outside i or .7 p ent Good As new. Up ngh Ester ladders swing ladder 4&Quot feet err and slatted ropes blocks act no v. P. E. Goad Barton. 24-25p for s.\le�?12 horse Power ols Nean new with trucks also 1 or for 1 Inch rope 75 Price right. Edward s. Pable men eight hour Day. Ervah amp Corkins Newport. 16tf Good Jerk Ian at the Mclellan Camp at Lough by Lake. Wil the Barton Outfield the game would have been a great pitchers Battle. Innings 123456789 Morrisville 01001110 0�?4 Barton 00000000 2�?2 batteries Silloway and Burnham Emerson and Barrows. At least three towns in Orleans county plan celebrations of Independence Day on monday july 5. Glover will have a Celebration beginning at 9 of clock in the morning with a Parade of horrible followed by old fashioned sports an old time horse race and a baseball game. There will be a dance in the evening. Albanys Celebration begins at 10 of clock in the Forenoon with a Parade led by Orleans band. Prizes Are offered for the Best decorated automobile float and also for the Best horrible outfit. There will be sports of All kinds a baseball game Between Orleans and Morrisville and an address by col. C. Emery of Newport at 1 of clock p. M. The Day will close with a dance in the evening. Newport proposes a big event beginning at 9 of clock in the morning with a Parade followed by sports at Memphra Magog Park. Purses for horse racing amounting to $1,000 Are offered a balloon ascension is scheduled and a baseball game promised. A Street carnival consisting of vaudeville and Street dancing with the Newport and Barton bands is the program for the evening. Newport advertises this As the greatest Celebration Ever held in Orleans county. Bad roads reported. The policy of the state Highway commissioner to make Public information concerning bad roads As reported to his office has brought out some reports concerning bad roads in this county in Brownington West Charleston Westmore Albany and j Irasburg. J congregational Church notes. Rev. Hutchinson. Pastor 10.30 a. M. Worship and Praise service. Subject of Sermon a scared 11.45, sunday school. 7.00 p. M. Song service and Short Sermon. All Welcome. 7.30 thursday evening prayer meeting aft Bible study. Convent closing exercises. The closing exercises of St. Paul a school were held sunday evening june 20, before the largest audience Ever assembled at Crystal Lake Hall. The program consisted of 20 numbers vocal and instrumental and a play in two acts a ale Miracle Des numbers worthy of mention were a the first american Flag a by miss Celina Vallee As Betsey Ross and Adrien Leroux As general Washington a the christening of a doll a by miss g. Lauzier As Mother and miss f. Frechette As godmother accompanied by miss a. Frechette and the a Drill Tes Gui Landes a a a a county Buthlay school assemble. Worked for Guernsey of thre years old. All right and a ver to Handie. Can furnish reels paper to buyer. Maude Vance phone 12-13 Albany. 2w four Fine Holstein Hei ers no months old also two Guernsey Nevers and a Shire Bull. All Fine Foj. Farmers to raise. B. Asburg. To Oaley pair work horses eight 210?, also harnesses. Will be 7 a Price or Trad for cat r a Dunton Sheffield. 25-26p a jobs be or rent my build in Gic Vav Village known As the equipped with electric cog it and Sprinc water. Storage room. Loset and Spring water c. Kimball 20tf let one Chevrolet run Opidi i 77 condition. Also one Blais wanted hand spinners Cash. Rolls parcel Post. C. Gay Barton now improving. Wanted fresh eggs and Poul Frank Smith has moved from o. A. Try mondays at Orleans express Ste Whites tenement to the Robinsonn. E. Kelley Orleans. 17tf a House on Glover Street which he re. Gently purchased wanted a calf Sims. Gutter and family of Irasburg and horse hides a were guests at the Home of their Par i. Solomon water St., Barton the. J Huntington phones. 141.� a _ 1 the first of the week. Wanted Usek re Jam Quot thurs Xit and ? of St s of Home. E. Home of her son. Fern full charge of House Wuu fest Glover for a tune. Or. And mrs. A. Gilmour have gone to the Anderson of c. Elliott Barton. Pay is $2.30 per Day. Hours 6.4o to 5.18, one hour of Urdas Mill closes mrs a. M. Dummett of Boston and mrs. Knowles of Waterbury were priests at the Home of their Sis cent guests at the Ter mrs. James Mcfarlane the band concert wednesday eve v. M. For the summer. D. Dennison is doing extensive re w b. Proctor and family motored Weto owl ton p q., thursday to visit i Kathleen Keenan is Home from u. His brother who has been ill but is pairing on Liis building a. Mrs. Alton Maynard of Hardwick is visiting at the Homo of her father r. Rowen. John Lunney of Littleton. N. H., has been visiting friends Here during the past week. Charles and Ralph sinon Are spend Glover or. And mrs. Henry priest visited in town last week. Mark Johnson is making extensive repairs on his House. T j 11 .1. Ellery Dunn has sold his House to Lyndonville with the Perley Drew of Newport. Miss Doris Drew of South Walden is visiting relatives and friends in Carroll Lyon returned Home monday from an automobile trip to Buffalo n. Miss Vera Phillips is Home for the summer vacation from her school in Greensboro. Boys East Albany j. V. Rowen of Barre was in town the students accompany i. Nault and j. Colette. These numbers exhibited great skill and careful training. The vocal and instrumental selections were rendered in a finished and artistic style. A hotly contested discussion. A Black on one Side a by masters m. Bous Quet and p. Bous get resulted in a a a heavy blow right from the shoulders of one of the contestants that made the other take for the Woods. This brought Forth much laughter. The two act drama a ale Miracle Des roses a alone was Worth the Price of admission the participants executing in a most dignified manner the parts assigned them. Miss a. Frechette As Queen Elizabeth thrilled the hearts of the audience with her Sweet voice in singing and recitations. She certainly was a Queen. The Dearest of All was Little miss c. Belval aged four years As a Little dumb girl in the first scene and As a Little Flower girl to the Queen in the second scene. An address to the audience by m. R. Lauzier followed by a Brief speech in French and English by Rev. For. Marceau and a duo by misses l. Frechette and 9. Fontaine ended the program. All the credit is due the Rev. Sisters for this successful entertainment. The distribution of prizes of Honor were As follows the students who entered the contest for the prize of devoted Ness in parochial work were Adrien Leroux misses Louise Leroux Yvonne Beliveau a. M. Pro Vonber Geneva Masson. Won by Adrien Leroux. For the prize of religious instruction were misses Lucia Frechette Eleonore Leclere a. M. Provo Cher Yvonne Beliveau a Leonidas Beliveau. Won by miss Yvonne Beliveau the prize for Best Success was won by miss Eleonore Leclerc. For the prize of arithmetic were Rene Lauzier misses Eleonore Leclerc Lea Frechette. Alice Frechette. Won by miss Lea Frechette. For the prize of French language ii in �11u vue Temperance and missionary Educa by several Otley Wallace Gilpin of Barton led by misses mrs. C. Peterson of North in one of the largest sunday school conventions Ever held in Orleans county was held by the Orleans coun association in North Craftsbury tuesday. About�?z250 persons were present from 24 different schools. The convention was called to Nardei shortly after 10.30 of clock in the fore noon by j. C. Carpenter of Irasburg president. Rev. Hutchinson of Barton conducted devotional exercises and or. Carpenter stated the pin pose of the convention. This was followed by addresses on the subjects of Temperance and missionary education and Crafto Bury. W. B. Glynn president of the state association then spoke upon the whole Standard for sunday school and Rev. C. E. Hayward of North Troy spoke about the daily vacation Bible school. It was brought out i these addresses that seven out of every ten protestant children receive no religious education that an aver Oge of one half of one hour per wed is All the time the three out of Tel protestant children who do receive religious education devote to the Tad and there can be no wonder that the Bible is unknown and its teaching fail to guide so Large a number of our protestant population. Following a Bountiful dinner ser de by the sunday schools of North East and South Craftsbury the afternoon program was taken up Rev. L. A. Edwards of Newport conducting the devotional service. The Secretary a report shows about 3000 children of the county in sunday school. Rev. W. E. Lombard of Saxton River Rev. O. B. Wells of Rev. Blackburn of Newport mrs. A. Kendrick of East Crafto Bury a. G. Owen of Barton and state superintendent Robbins All gave addresses upon different phases of sunday school work. Thoughts brought out included the necessity of going ahead in the face of whatever discouragements and trials we May face the Lack but great need of the cooperation of the Home the need of reverence in attitude and in spirit by sunday school workers that to make the lesson interesting the teacher must prepare and the scholars Roost be prepared the great demand for trained teachers and the cooperation of everyone in the work. Resolutions passed deplored the tendency to Sabbath desecration expressed sympathy to the county treasurer o. W. Locke in the illness of mrs. Locke and thanked the people of Craftsbury and state workers for the time and Energy Given in making the convention such a Success. The following officers were elected president j. C. Carr miss Healey and miss Jameson Are cd Pinai onteme Beatrice guests of mrs. Carroll Lyon and mrs Duquette Isabelle Nault Orence Harry Phillips. Mildred Masson. Won by a miss Eleonore Leclerc. Carpenter Irasburg Secretary mrs. E. Kelley Brown were Rene Lauzier and miss Yvonne in ton treasurer o. W. Locke or Frechette. Won by Rene Lauzier. A leans presidents of the different Dis for the prize of politeness were a strict so Willoughby a. G. Owen bar Rene Lauzier. Misses Eleonore be ton Caspian Ernest Keeler North Craftsbury Memphra Magog Ara Beila Park a ing a few Days with their Uncle. Mar Parker motor to Montpelier Satur tin sinon of Wheelock. Or. And mrs. Amos bean Are enjoy a a three weeks vacate trip to Cleveland Ohio a he prize for vocal music Wras won mrs. May Cobb and mrs. miss Isabelle Nault. I Elroy to a in Tom it lips sat it or. And mrs. Fred Smon and son 1 o Tomkov of flip i from Newark n. J., Are Here to spend a Detroit police Force spent his ten recently. A few weeks with his parents. A Tion with his parents. Or. A Eunice Stevens who graduated from Orleans. Those from Here to attend the Fune and mrs. Reuben Johnson. J Goddard Seminary last w Eek has re ral of mrs. Martin sinon in Lyndon miss Dorothy and Carol a Tiball j a a last monday re Henr me a have returned to their Home in Glover James sinon was so unfortunate As Guire mrs. F. E. Daniels or. Tony Point n. Y., where they to lose a cow last week. She was found t t p p j have been teaching in a High school a dead in the pasture. Glover win celebrate the fourth of my Rtin Quot Sims of a mrs. Antoine Prevost or july on monday the fifth and plans who pwn la Martin s n. Visiting friends in Irasburg. Dator croat for cd mrs a. T. And children Alonzo Gray of East Charleston he p.0 weeks Vaca a been sea. Lea Gray. Community and surrounding towns. I Tion in Sherbrooke p. Q. Day bringing Home Marquis Cobb for j his summer vacation. A. .c.aav-a, Newport missis vol Rev. C. E. Hayward North Troy Seymour to be filled by appointment superintendents missionary c. Peterson North Craftsbury temper Lance. Rev. Hutchinson Barton i Young people mrs. Olive Kimbar. Glover Home department mrs. Catherin e Wilcox of new York called on her aunt mrs. L. L Hastings Witt Orleans education a. A. Silver Derby Rural work mrs. A. A Silver adult. Rev. R. A. Hamilto out for dinner. Sat ,�11 attended the crowd a Guire mrs. F e. Daniels a. Am is at 12 m. Any paging that of last year when the mrs. Smon l. P Bra r. Row posed time As above. Saturday Niht. Nanna Rowen Harry Hughes. A p Naid for-64 hours a Webster returned Mon Howen p. Full l. Webster returned in Nashua n. H., after Stop pm with Day from a two weeks visit to friends Hei daughter in Plymouth n h., Over sunday. Rev. W. O. Pan enter of Spang is Day or piece a a a a a i Field mass., Jire ached at the m. E. And Bonus As paid 1 Church sunday Evenmo. is a cons depends on a mans Abib a of f. W. Baldwin and has been m Brownington Center e. M. Drown is working for erne Brennan. Depends on a Over i m of 1 Tion he is capable of ,1 i Lowell. J j 4.1. Ozeiri a a a a Ion. Aiso one j5mis time pay is time and a to i. Harriet Austin attended the a Complete with Chuck Cen see us. The e. L. Chandler a duration exercises at Claremont n. Tools Etc. P. We Law leans. A a a a where 3iiss Ethel Cowles Finis hed of a school and is spending some time there i Idaj port. Taw. A Vine three Good horses for cheaper than to hire. All e. F Houston Orleans Orleans 125-15. 25-26 a ready for use. Also brother b it a Quot ppm is Elliott to rent 1 As a vacation. Agnes Hughes John Durkin George and will Morley or. And mrs. T. Dur 25-26p sale�?50 cords about three Wood at r. R. Sid-p4 rth of Newport. $8.50 a ars a Cour a Ajie to Glover. 7tf Ster i a rebuilt Ford Road i it i touring with starter 2 a i touring. These cars All be Good condition As they now i a overhaul and paint p u t overhauled and a Lawson Newport. 16tf stand slew to highest bidder All at Camp Westmore in a. Pickel on premises or to rent a pleasant Forn hed j and and Othan Tage Hospital. Kin or. And mrs. T. Sinon Margaret sinon and Katherine sinon. Intended for last week Julia Cochran Dingman the Angel of death once again entered our midst and called from us another of our most highly respected citizens mrs. Julia Dingman. Julia Cochran was bom in Ireland March 22, 1852. She came to this country with her parents at an Early age. Injji74 she was United in marriage to j of rousing any and to bless this Union four children were born. Or. Mcguire the band is giving some splendid j to John Mcguire of al concerts and deserves rousing apr a Powney High and As Little died at an Early age and in 1895 she was married to de. Dingman. Most a a spent won a and kind disposition. While she was a woman of very few words she has left a to let barn for St 1 county sunday sch. A place in our midst that can never be and East St., j a ays durig the past Jed. She leaves to mourn her loss is make the Farmers and Den a a Gater mrs. George Harlow Quot reports about the Hay j Maine who has been with 1 or furniture leans. I mrs. Leon Gilman has returned from or Tuttoi to 1 mrs. Malvina Wright is staying at a week s visit to Ayres Cliff p. Q. Glover Community Turch i Charles Wrights while mrs. Wright pastor. Rev. John Kimball. Jig visiting in Massachusetts. Morning worship 11 a. M. Charles w. Wright celebrated his sunday school at 12 m. I children a Day was observed last father in St. Johnsbury the 15th. Mrs. Charles Gallup is staying with or. And mrs. F. V. Swanson of mrs. Arthur Davis at Brownington the children after which three Mem Boden of Orleans visited at F. Or. And mrs. Lawrence Leonard of Bers wore taken into the Church and Hinckley a recently Sheffield visited at Henry Leonard. Eight children baptised. Or. And mrs. Wilham Cameron Start sunday. Next the Sermon there will be a social meeting Andi to a. A children baptised. I or. And mrs. Wilham Cameron Start Oun Oay. It sunday morning the theme of Wedney mrs. Bennie Provoncha of Ortli Lermon will be a the tie that a meet their daughter a Dys who is Brownington is visiting her sister there will be a Strawberry festival mrs. Collins Lacourse. Song service in the evening at 730. �2, Given by the g. A c. Everyone Little Phoebe Powers has been at the Orleans Jio Spital since september Buchanan. From there they will go or. And mrs a Cabana of Derry Edith but n. H., spent several Days last week it is expected the woman a Union. .4.4.1 it saturday will see a Lynchc. And ice Crean on Gach a at Noble Clark Ezra Clark or. And mrs. Edwin Alexander Mollie Parker a a Quot and Rev. And mrs. John Kimball will the Ildr s Day exercises were George woo Oara w go to Craftsbury As delegates to the mrs. Oren Ingall. U county sunday school convention. Gation was present. In Hutchinson Gutton were visitors at e. A. Gariup s gave the children a very interesting week. Oft a mile reports a oui Lue t Ruthel Quot Maine who has been with her Ere in a be to flair i o. Lyndon Over id y. Batchelder i All la it to a in kbr0wn ngt0n with his brother Adelard Cabana or. And mrs. George Woodard of there will be an open Grange meet talk and the collection for the work of at Institute Hall Glover the sunday school Extension society an it Brook Sta been engaged to speak on cattle Breed farm for sale�?270 machine an a a sent 89 a he a much be us a of then. A were hoi use Quot ssh Quot Ion in Efell of drawing Tienda a Jpn a is Quot s7re�?~e3? ?v7n Muir Quot Clintin Raidt a a Limiter Ith a to tag under A. Hard i of he Hiah esteem m in a. They have already i or. And or. Ethan and was in town be funeral was held at the Home he is much i of a. Daniels where she has made her Home for some time on june 3. A t Machin w to a to m cd i of Flowers. She was Laid to 25-27 with hot and cold work on the no 4&Quot"eent-farm Fuia flip Tuii a to to. Sri Ellide work is co a amp in of a a a no a top re Estlle for to to on 4-mv-v i Jtj a. .t.owell. It. on the Block will express our appreciation to the business places a kind friends and neigh is Ter. Only two Miles from bar Lowell. Westmore Road. Good Lyman Seymour and family Mahlon Seymour and family spent sunday with relatives and friends in. To welf and Westfield. A pm Herluf �?��><1 David Bennett and or. My. It is expect that these gentle i hav a a a pop Nelv had a mrs. Carl Bennett of Bishops men will give the it and most tract .1� Dutton a recently had a p visited at Lewis Ben Adams of new setts part of last week. It were guests at g a or. And mrs. Leonard an4 the new front on the pm of sign of Flower. She was old to it week. Al Quot is nearing completion rest in the established. There will be a Basket i mrs. Mary Townsend is w orking at f j t t a Side work is concern her husband John Mcgure lunch at 11.45 and Coffee will be serv Cavin Wilson a. Mrs. Wilson was at a Liberty at Lyndon wednesday. Jyz to store front Johnnie who died a few years ago. Program at 1.15 of clock. A Hospital at St. Johnsbury the last of a6 v but Glover a week. Mis Delia Glodgett of Orlf an f Vita vat a there will be a promenade in the spent the we with Julia Humphry. Wilcox of Morgan visited thursday evening. June Bert Humphrey has just retome Home from Island Pond after an a of two weeks some the with her son Clark under a a. A a a a Heidi if magnificent herds they have it Strat lines the n program w mrs. C. There will be a promenade in the spent the week with Julia hum a one half j to the business places a kind Rienas Ana Neil doors Jirs. D. A. A Rii Cox of thursday evening june Bert Humphrey has just re. On property also 180 a for Sale two Whitney a Nostoc ice Square. I who assisted during the sickness mrs. L. L. Hastings gently. �24th. Ice Cream and cake will be Home from Island Pond after a Eod and m. I Etor building known a the District closed cd Buna of our Motly or. Harriet Borland a a a. Pending a a a 5? a Juis ref Vry building 3 a is. I a orm Ndler i tsp two is found a a House 60 with barn Rny re sri or draft it a Stark go re during amp a Franr la a in Mph by. N i be a a Sid on a ssh s a a go Piu Kent amp co. Inc., bar or Urdy for the a is a amp i trouble. May god re and family. Served. Everybody invited., l. T. Crowds team part away last guests at w. P. Smiths sunday Vernon Ance and Farnoly of Dan piday from Fred Waterman a door were or. And mrs. R. W. Remik and vice were at s. T. Vances sunday a Yard going Over a Bank and spilling or. And mrs. Carl Remick of Center Frederick Baldwin of Barton was i some Cream. The pole and reach of Vale mrs. Hazel Pierce of a Landon pfc a week end guest at Clarence Wil the Wagon were broken but aside from or. And mrs. C. W. Smith and mias songs. That no damage was done Lula Heath of Orleans

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