Barton Orleans County Monitor Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1920, Page 5

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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Barton, VermontThe Monitor june 23, 1920 Page three Coventry in vex w Ivr Ynck mint in Rev Vonc or Wynm Van my Navy Yuri xxx pm a Mem my. I mix m amt Sta pm a a Xor Xix Xix xxx xxx pm xxx la x x Caledonia count aim b is fourth of july 2 tit Corr has been on past Beede and mrs. Clara cafe Avesland so end at h. C. 6r f Asbury has moved into the tenement vacated by Wil Fred Messier. Wedding gifts i advertisement the Farmer s aaa m Barton j Vermont. 5i3 xi5 mrs. Horace Wilder and daughters Pearl and a j ,. Sixth i Xix a Sis x x525xk25j main 5 Street 25 25 x5 Sis j " Init Chi relatives i Orleans last week. Rev. Or. Sturtevant of Bristol has been Here the past week. Arland Barber was Home from his work in Bradford Over sunday. Ora Miles has moved to Groveton a. H., where he has employment. Enos Snelling and or. And Russell have moved to st. Johnsbury. Lena Newell is enjoying a visit fro her Uncle Charles Switzer from new Hampshire. Or. And mrs. George Orcutt of con Way n. H., Are visiting her sister mrs. Frank Barber. Wylie Willard s children of Pas sumps in have been visiting at Pearl Willard s the past week. Or. And mrs. Enos Phillips have been keeping House for or. Kelsey folks in Lyndon while they Are visit ing in Burlington. Light House Nan will be played at st. Johnsbury Center saturday voice Ethel Gladden has been spending afew Days in Evansville the guest of mrs. Freda Mcdowell. Ij11683 a Are Carri Batchelder Marion Cleveland Ruth Knox and Leon Vinton. Mrs. Edith i. I vex irix Lynx my nyx yrs my Max xxx Vav re Ivy win Ririe Yew y mix xxx xxx xxx Xix xxx xxx a fax xxx xxx xxx Xix xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx of a xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx Ritat is it Home from Orleans Hospital Satur Day. Her Many friends Hope she Mav sixty five e were graduated from the different courses from the Lyndon Institute and 10 from the Vail agricultural school the other Day. All infants and children under school age Are to be enrolled at st. Johnsbury by the woman s club. The weight and measurement of each childcare to be taken. The family of Dwight a Wells of st. Johnsbury is rather an unusual arrival of twins last week a boy and a girl make five children in the family under three years of age. The oldest is just under three and the twins a boy and a girl Are just overhear old. All Are Lively health children. Or. Wells is a letter Carrier. Graduation exercises of Hardwick Junior Seni or High school were held saturday evening in the opera Here were six commencement speak ers chosen from the class. They were Margaret Heaney a. Lynn Wheeler Martha m. White Alexander Graham Gene o. Hanford and Winifred . The diplomas were presented by Prin. J. Fuller. The univer sity of Vermont Honor scholarship were won by Winifred e. Johnson and Margaret Heaney. Albert h. Bedell 43 years old Oeast Ryegate died at Bright look hos Pital last week of a fractured Skull Ashe result of a double runaway on Darland Hill Road in West Ramet or. And mrs. A. D. Thurber an Paul Wells went to Bartlett n. Sundav to visit. Her Tik t.1 be farm evening by local Talent. The play was Given at West Burke and pronounce works at the a Success. Day of glory Welcome Flay Freedom s banners Greet thy Ray see How cheerfully they play with thy morning the rocks where . On the Heights where squadrons wheeled. When a tyrant s Thunder pealed or the trembling seas. God of armies did thy Starson their courses smite his cars blast his Arm and wrest his bars from the heaving tide on our Standard to they Burn. And when Days like this return. Sparkle o or the Soldier s urn who for Freedom died. Bureau suppose an executor should die if the executor is an individual and should die before the final settlement of the estate. It May cause considerable inconvenience and expense. You guard against any such contingency when you appoint the Central savings Bank & Trust Coas your executor or trustee its charter is per manent. There Are other advantages. Consul us freely. Cally the farm Bureau works for tuesday. The Accident took place Wane or. Ise Ciell was at work with a Road Crew in the West Tiamo Mot several from this place attended the Farmers meeting held at st. Johns Bury and reported a very interesting meeting at both the ladies and men s meetings. Sutton o. E. Bundy has let a Job out to Cut and Peel pulp to will Fletcher. Agnes Laclair is Home from the Peerless at Barton for a vacation. Fred Gray has sold the lumber on the Silas Ball farm to the Parker Youn g co. Byron Bundy has bought for Theu. S. Bobbin co., the g. L. Gordon sugar Orchard. Mrs. Nina Clark Eggers fro Dakota is in town visiting her Mother mrs. Thomas Mitchell. Mrs. Jane Berry died very suddenly last thursday at the Home of her daughter mrs. Abbie Switzer. Or. And mrs. Fred Chapman of Lyn Don Center spent saturday and Sun Day with their daughter mrs. Ralp Turnbull. Or. And mrs. Carroll Gordon of god of peace whose spirit Fil Sall the echoes of our Hills All the murmur of our rills. Now the storm is o or. O let freemen be our sons. And let future washing ton s Rise to Lead their valiant ones till there s War no Morel John Pierpont. Tetter crops setter live Stock Kurter business methods markets 3i wow u4auv.w 1 Usu he had charge of a double team when a horse ran away frightening his team and he became entangled in the reins and was dragged some distance an thrown with terrific Force against the spoke of a wheel. The 28th annual reunion of the 15thvermont regiment was held in grand army Hall st. Johnsbury Are 107 survivors of the regi ment and 20 of these were of other regiments an guests swelled the attendance to nearly 50. J. Winselow of Whitefield a. H., the commander was present. Easier working Condit ions Central savings Bank and Trust company . Mrs. Ames Morrill recently visited her sister in Westminster also other relatives in Windsor. Mrs. M. of Barton kept House for Mcmorrill during her absence. The ladies of the congregational Church will hold their fair in the town Hall tuesday evening and wednesday afternoon and evening june 29 and30. Supper will be served in the congregational vestry tuesday eve ning. The menu will consist of Sal ads cold meat mashed potato Coffee Rolls cake Etc. Ice Cream will be on Sale wednesday evening. Mrs. Arthur Falconer died in the Hospital in Claremont n. H., tues Day night. The remains were brought to Coventry her girlhood Home for burial. Mildred had been in poo health for some time having had influenza about a year ago and being Ina run Down condition contracted blood poisoning from Teeth extraction. She was sick but a Short time everything possible being done for her with no Avail. She would have been 30 years old in july. She was United in marriage 12 years ago to Arthur Falconer and spent the most of her married life in Hanover an d Claremont . She was a faithful wife and Mother being possessed of a kind and affectionate disposition and had a Large Circle of friends in Claremont who sincerely mourn her loss. Be fore going to the Hospital she was most tenderly cared for by her Hus band and her sister Grace. She leaves to mourn her loss her husband a Little son and daughter her parents three Sisters and a brother and Many relatives and friends in this were held in the congregational Church saturday afternoon Rev. L. A. Edwards officiating. The following friends from out of town were present e. Falconer of Han Over or. And mrs. S. Trudeau of Claremont w. Hermon and family of Brownington or. And mrs. Lelan Hermon of Newport or. And Berry of Barton and mrs. L. Grand Monument in danger also the adjutant j. T. Gleason of Lyndonville. Officers elected Are col. Or the housewife it Johnsbury spent sunday in town and. Winselow. Whitefield. N. A lieutenant colonel m. L. Dyer Island Pond major w. S. Brock Barnet adjutant j. T. Gleason knowledge of after food economical methods West Burke mrs. W. S. Wheeler spent the week Leo s d Dis dil attended the children s Day exercises at the Church. Sutton North Ridge Avery Curtis went to Danville Sun Day. Mrs. O. W. Ingalls returned from Brownington Friday. Mrs. B. Fairbanks is visiting her parents in Enosburg for a week. Mrs. O. E. Mcfarland will entertain the l. L. League thursday afternoon end in Irasburg. Easier work or. And mrs. S. I. Howland spent a part of last week in Barton. The Only reliable junk dealer letter equipment mrs. O. L. Worthen has been visit obelisk that Marks earliest revolutionary Battle must not be allowed to crumble. The people of new England Are much concerned Over the report that Bunker Hill Monument is crumbling and is in danger of a Fate like thai of the Campanile in Venice which col lapsed a dozen years ago. The Granite obelisk known As bunk or Hill Monument which commemorates the earliest real Battle of the revolutionary War. Is the most conspicuous object that catches the Eye As one approaches Boston by sea. The Shaft is so feet Square at the base and is 220 feet in height. Inside is a hollow Cone around which winds a spiral flight of 6tone Steps by which ascent is made to the top where there is an Observatory. The Monument was begun in 1s25 when the Cornerstone was Laid by general Lafayette and when Webster delivered the famous ing her sister in Albany n. Y. And . Peter Abar is not improving re Leisure setter clothing As rapidly As her friends could wish. X Jamrs. Etta Ruggles has been visiting Alonzo Mccrellis of Sandwich n. H., is estimating lumber on the a. W. Hayford land in Westmore. Miss Louise Fairbanks finished a in st. Johnsbury during the past methods mrs. Annie Gordon has sold her very successful term of school in she House in Burke to or. Gordon of new i will buy and pay you the highest Cash Price for your hides skins and All kinds of junk. Don t fail to see me before Selling to other dealers. I have Only one Price and that s the highest. Market prices subject to change from Day to Day. Note some of the following prices rags .iy2c in Good condition 5c each magazines 75c per 100 lbs. Field Friday and is at Home for a vacation. Or. And mrs. W. J. Buck or. An mrs. E. R. Mcshane and or. And mrs. Ark. Or. And mrs. C. Colby have been spending a few Days with relatives i Hortonville. Miss Susie Saunders has finished state affairs the a. F. Stoddard and several others at tended the Farmers Metiner at st. Nuin of of Jonns Dury. Nora tributes were Many. Mrs. Guy Frazier died was born in Coventry the Ria Rah apr of Charles and Clara born Tate federation her school in Sheffield and is at Home Johnsbury a Short time. Mrs. Phoebe Randall and Littleton. And Hac lived Here the creater i 25 1 1i. It f i j i 4 i r i a a a a f a a a a a a x a a of t i v i i i granddaughter of Lyndon visited at c. Will represent the Farmer e in Deil the latest excuse for not working is Given by the Man who says that if he should work and make Money the government would take it All away from him. The Only thing funnier or More irritating according to the Point of View than a near great Man is a phone 24-1 1 Vermon Barton pie National federa woman reformer. 3 a i we j v c i i i i to set. A of farm bureaus is for the form or 1mmmipi r i Offei i ill mfr j i a marriage to Guy Frazier six years ago last March and went to Mont Gomery to live. They moved to farm in Irasburg a year ago. The entire family had influenza and with the wife and daughter there devel oped tubercular trouble. The Little daughter died Early in the Spring and a few weeks ago or. And mrs. Frazier came to live with her parents or. And mrs. Boynton where mrs. Frazier has been tenderly cared for by Loving hands. Nina would have been 28 years old in july. She was an earn est Christian and an affectionate wife daughter and Friend. She bore her sufferings with the greatest of patience never murmuring or complaining always appreciating All that was done for her. Services were hed at the Home of or. And mrs. Charles Boynton saturday Rev. L. A. Edwards officiating. Appropriate hymns of the Sung by member she leaves a husband and daughter father and Mother three Brothers will of Bennington Ernest of st. Al bans and Harold of this place a Sis Ter and a Large Circle of relatives an friends to mourn her loss. The Fol lowing friends from out of town were present to attend her funeral or. And mrs. J. Ladue of Enosburg Falls mrs. Bombard of Montgomery or. And mrs. A. Frazier or. And mrs. R. L. Frazier and daughter and or. And mrs. W. S. Boynton of Bennington or. And mrs. Ernest Boynton of st. Albans or. And mrs. Isaac Keyes of Orleans and Many friends fun Adi Ninf towns. There were red marketing meth s better transportation Tarn products better 3 finance accurate o of farm produces reliable mar sports better Farmed better living gut the Cost of fuel m. Bruce s during the past week. Or. And mrs. Myron Eastman of Lyndon were the guests of or. An mrs. Robert Porter Over last sunday. Mrs. Nettie Mccoy is at Home from her school in Woodsville n. H., for a Short time before going to summer school. Maynard Watchie who has been mentally unbalanced for some time has gone to the state Hospital at Waterb Ryford treatment. The West Burke Grange received $28 As their share of the proceeds of the play Given by the Sheffield peo ple last wednesday evening. Mrs. Marion Stewart who had an operation in the Hospital at Hanover n. H., on tuesday of last week is re covering slowly and it is hoped willbe Home soon. Mrs. M. E. Spencer and miss Anette Silsby were called to Hartford conn., on saturday last by the critical ill Ness of their Only brother Jonas Sils by who is not expected to live. Or. And mrs. F. A. Townsend of st. Johnsbury and mrs. Kiel of Philadel phia or. Townsend s Mother were the guests of or. And mrs. L. G. Round a on tuesday of last week. G. A. Jamieson has purchased the Charles Marshall residence on Church Street. We Are very glad to have the Jamie sons buy a Home in our Village and we Hope they will stay with us Foi Many years. The ladies Aid cleared $21.50 at evening of Las the supper on tuesday week. The Camp fire girls waited tables and what is More washed and wiped All the dishes which was a great help to their older Sisters. The graduating exercises of the West Burke graded school at Gem theatre last thursday evening were very Good indeed and were greatly appreciated by the Large were 12 in the class of 1920 and some of these boys and girls showed marked ability while All did the work assigned them very Well. The violin Solo by Pauline Dean a member of the class and other musical numbers gave a pleasing variety to the pro gramme which was enjoyed from be ginning to end. is due the teacher miss Bernice Davis for the excellent training these Young peo ple have received and the pupils them selves Are to be congratulated on the Good work just completed and we wish them All Success m the future life whether it be in school or at work. Sheffield Esther Simpson is Home from her school at Hyde Park. Alfred Simpson has returned to hi3 Home in Connecticut. Harold Niles has gone to Lyndon vill e to visit or. Jock. W be farm bureaus i their federa Many Beautiful Floral tributes. Bunker Hill Monument. Oration that is familiar to every school to v because of a Lack of funds it remained unfinished for nearly 20 years through the efforts often largely american women the necessary Money was raised and the Complete Structure was dedicated in 1843. Efforts Are being made to re info the crumbling Granite in Hopes May remain that the Monument of Patri oti for Many generations americans. Tit l. A Oil f friends hut res. 4.1 we wish Ian neighbors both in Irasburg and Coventry for the great kindness sick and sympathy shown us during with and burial of our beloved t to make your wife daughter and sister. May Uoo bless and Reward you Tats heard. Guy Frazier or. And mrs. Charles Boynton or. And mrs. Will Boynton or. And mrs. Ernest Boynton Anne Bovnton,1 behind them Harold Boynton the new perfection Oil Cook stove is a real Money save r. It uses fuel Only when you want a fire for Cook ing. The moment the match is applied you can have intense heat for fast cooking and boiling or a Low flame for simmering. Not a drop of Oil is wasted for the Long Blue Chimney provides the necessary draft for perfect and Complete combustion and at the same time drives All the heat directly against the cooking utensil. 8,000,000 users of new perfection Oil Cook stoves Are. Independent of Coal Wood and ashes. They come in 1, 2, 8 and sizes. For your further convenience the new perfection water Heater furnishes hot running water at a very moderate Cost. Ask your dealer. Standard Oil co. Of new York new perfection Lafayette the a twists have discovered the for Best results use so Conj kerosene origin of the famous name which has be so Eyears of War dearer tha Ever to frenchmen and americans alike. Lafayette Cam st hand his Village from the stands not our in this part of the Aire la Fayett e. Fovette Means a to business social fiber ship Campaign Liis week women $1 Joil Cook stove and water heaterc0ui?Ryf and Fayard we rom thellin word Fagus a the dialect of the country Beech wood.". Gard showing a minor furnished

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