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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - March 10, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol. 49�?no. 10barton, Vermont wednesday March 10. 1920 single copies 5 cents. Cl\sif1ed advertising for Sale Fok Sale a few tons of Loose t3v. V h. Bartlett Orleans. In. The storm. Barton Academy this part of Vermont in fact All of judge Wright of the municipal Irasburg. Lowell Ike 4.1_____ nah it Naomi new England and most of the prov court Ince of Quebec suffered the worst blizzard in years Friday night saturday and sunday. Changing from rain to Snow Friday night Snow to the depth of 18 inches and Over in Many places fell before sunday rave a most interesting talk on Newport and West Derby named by War department. Two branches of the Law a a criminal i ,. And the civil and gave definitions of a. List of 92 official designations of different Legal expressions. He Sug Landing Fields in Vermont furnished tested that a More thorough know by the director of air service War de. Ledge of the Law on the part of All i payment has just been issued by the morning and in the Falt of a Strong j people would in a Large measure re a of Ether the r Klee one five horse Power Chris Bell Irasburg. 6tf North wind piled High in hard drifts Duce the amount of crime and illegal be following extract from in every part of the affected territory. Practices. I from the director of air Sei Highway and Railroad cuts were fill i or Foo a Only the More thickly populated de trains delayed Many hours and in us. C v i Arland Chaffee of cities have been numbered thus far some instances snowed it a be Academy suf but should a smaller municipality de on Tho main lines for Days Antmin of f the split to establish a Landing id. That Rural towns Yvere come Letell isolate gtd i j student body and the faculty town shall be immediately furnished were completely isolated Arland was a Superior student and in a Rifi or a fair ii was a Superior student and in eth an a ale pair Grey horses five a from Way manner had won a place the Boston amp Maine Railroad cancelled Many trains and there were no freights South Over the lines Runny out of Newport from saturday in. Monday while North bound Passen contestants Are Given the privilege of lots on Glover. F. French Barton or Geo. 8tf is found among King. _ for of the Best farm a. Consisting of about 75 acres Ith Stock and tools. F. A. W. I 11.-Lo, Irasburg. 10-11. I l l Ford 1 second hand Chevrolet 1 motorcycle. Wcur. Exchange for cows. Charles be Way Orleans. 38tf foe and Wood. New Cedar Tad. Three Holstein heifers ail freshened. Also Meadow land. Tel. 151�?11. Alfred Brown Orleans. 10 of for Sale three two year old heifers to freshen in Early Spring and ten yearling heifers All holsteins and Well marked. Tuberculin tested. P. D. Walker., Barton. 41tf for s.a.le�?50 cords about three cars dry four foot Wood at r. R. Siding 14 Miles North of Newport. $8.50 per Cord f. O. B. Cars. Guy Courser. West Glover. 7tf for Sale a Village. Home. A Fine Home for someone in Evansville. House acid Ham in Good condition also a Henhouse 17 acres of land with some $700 Worth of lumber and Wood. It will easily carry three cows and a horse. J. Trescott Orleans r. D. 10-12p for slew it is settled that Wes Sei. Nickel amp Gross manufacturers of piano actions Fairbanks and red Leld manufacturers of woolens the Donald manufacturing co., manufacturers of nine pins Are a sure thing in Morton. Real estate is sure to Advance i offer for Sale two Story House two tenements and Bam. High Street. Two tenement House with Bam on Glover Street. Three tenement House and in on Lakeview Avenue. F. W. Baldwin Barton. 7-10. Wanted wanted live Worton. Poultry. _. Official number. The Aero club urges towns and cities to a put these numbers on the solid Earth. A do it this a White Marker representing the wifi the Irasburg items of this Issue. Fifteen students have enrolled Fork al number is the Only Way to Mark ing the improvement club prize speak ? Landing Field so the Pilot can identify sport from saturday until i contest to be held in april. The it from the air while North bound Passen contestants Are Given the Pri i selecting their own orations if the same meet with the approval of the faculty advisors. The selections Are to be from five to ten minutes in length of time required to give them. The first rehearsal for the Junior play a a Rose of Plymouth town will be held monday March 15th at 2 of clock at the Academy. Those trying out for the cast Are Mildred Carabee Florence Cook Marjorie bean Leona Moulton Dorothy Emerson Harold Carter Clifton Drew Clyde Walcott Clarence Hazen and Leroy Howe. Ger trains which were not cancelled ran Many hours late. Three women received permission to ride ten Miles saturday on the Maine Central Sno plow from St. Johnsbury to Concord As All trains on the Maine Central were cancelled. The train leaving St. Johnsbury saturday afternoon on the St. Johnsbury amp Lake Champlain Railroad for Burington with 18 passengers including three ladies was stall 1 in a Railroad Cut six Miles West of so Johnsbury at 7 of clock saturday night. Three of the train Crew walked to their Arm pits through snowdrifts to the Home a of mrs. Murphy where food was be Barton Village meeting cured and the women were allowed to spend the night. The Snow plow the annual Village meeting held in that triad to reach the train sunday seavers Hall tuesday evening was in morning was twice derailed but on session a Little a the third trip from St. Johnsbury the there was nothing but Calm through train was reached and dug out by a out. Large Force after they had been stall f w. Baldwin was re elected mod de eight hours. The train returned orator Fanny t. May clerk and to St. Johnsbury sunday afternoon treasurer Greg Jennings collect the afternoon train from Burlington Torney Homer to St. Johnsbury never went further Rushford fire chief Frank May 1st than Greensboro assistant R. Cook 2d assistant. Fifteen passengers stayed All sat f w. Cutting was elected trustee in urday night in a Montpelier amp Wells of W. Barron whose term River Railroad train near Groton expired and who did not seek re elec traffic on the Central Vermont was j f. Bathelder was re elect practically stalled. I de a member of the i missioners and c. S. Webster 1w. Barron and f. A. Hunt were Barton local notes elected auditors. C. S. Webster act _ _ a a a a led As clerk for the evening. C. E. Buswell is quite ill at his the sum of $350 was voted Home. For maintenance of the band and $200 s. B. Nelsons family Are sick with help in the sup it of a the grippelibr2iry. Fat Elrick Isth a. F. French is at cottage Hospital recuperating. Miss Harriet Austin has returned from Brownington. Mrs. E. E. Flanders has been ill with tonsillitis for several Days. Miss Annie Cote of Newport is the new nurse at cottage Hospital. Miss Julia King is at u. V. M., the i guest of her sifter and other friends. Firemen were voted 25c for at monthly Roll Calls 50c per hour for practice hour while fighting fire. The Village by Law to prohibit Bicy and $1 per wanted Good tenement for Small family. Inquire at this week. Leo Leblanc of the Monitor Force was on the sick list the first of the by Laws were change cycles motorcycles and automobiles from traversing the sidewalks these vehicles not being in common use when the by Laws were drawn. The article to see if the voters would ratify the action of the trustees in making special electric Power and water rates to specified manufacturing concerns was acted upon favourably. And the figures ought to be visible at least 3,000 feet. Several air planes have landed on the upper end of Brattleboro Retreat Meadow which is an excellent Landing place and is visible a Long Way off but it is private property. It is not improbable that delivery mrs. W. Chappell mrs. W. Chappell died suddenly at her Home Here March 3, with pneumonia following influenza after an illness of one week. Hattie Quot Flora Humphrey was born in East Haven april 6, 1868, the daughter of George w. And Hannah h. Humphrey. In 1888 she married Chappell of Westmore. Their Home has always been in Burke until three years ago at which time they came to Barton to live. Five children were born to them Perley c. Of Sutton Ruth n. Griffin of Barton Ruby e., who died february 18, 1902, Reta p. And Evelyn h. At Home. Mrs. Chappell was a Home Loving woman a devoted wife and Mother and will be greatly missed in her Home but we must make ourselves comforted by knowing that our loss is her gain. She has always been ready to help others in time of need and her sudden death was a great Shock to her family and unnumbered friends. She was a member of the Baptist Church the Eastern Star chapter of West Burke and daughters of Rebe Kah of Barton. No funeral services were held a into not having a Home demonstration agent. The women of some communities however realize that they can receive much Benefit from the farm Bureau and Are successfully carrying out some projects themselves with town also Many were unable to what assistance the farm Bureau is i attend on account of sickness and Able to secure for them through the Extension service in Burlington. Mrs. J. Bartlett Home demonstration Leader in Orleans reports that 241 quarts or 783 pounds of meat products have been canned by the various women who attended the demonstration meeting in december. Fowls pork and beef in various forms sausage and different kinds of soup stocks have been canned so far. She also reports that 15 different Homes in this Community have used Cei Ved other sums of my Ney for at least three Days recently menus from friends. Of mail in Brattleboro by the air route will be brought about in the near future and the people ought to be considering the question of making arrangements with the owners of the Retreat property or of providing a suitable Landing place elsewhere. A joint meeting of the Aero club of Vermont with the Vermont society if engineers is Bein held in Burington this week. One of the addresses is on aviation Landing Fields. This is a subject of intense and practical interest to the citizens of every state which desires to play its part in the development of aviation during the year 1920, which will be a Landing Field Barton designated As Landing place no. 79. 1,., i j j t. Orleans is designated As Landing i she is not dead whom you so miss place no. 80. Irasburg is designated As Landing Gor do i think she can be far away place no. 28. Beyond your longing Lowell is designated As Landing sit. ,. Place no 78 land of Joy and Light. Newport is designated As Landing nor Woid she have you Grieve unplaced no 91 comforted. West Derby is designated As Landing think so happily of her instead. Prayer being offered at the Home by Rev. J. J. Hutchinson of the congregational child pm Friday March 5. There was also a prayer offered at the grave by Rev. W. A. Warner of peach am. She was Laid at rest in the Howland cemetery at Burke. The Many Beautiful Flo week showed she was loved by All a Homie her. Besides her husband and children she leaves to mourn her loss four Brothers and four Sisters w. Humphrey w. G. Humphrey mrs. John Telford of Island Pond mrs. R. J. Harvey of East Hardwick mrs. Dennis Rice of West Burke w. O. Humphrey and mrs. Fred Dashney of East Burke w. N. Humphrey of Pasadena Cal a and Host of Friend. Place no. 92. Nearby towns outside of Orleans county Are As follows 73, West Burke 64, Danville 71, Hardwick 81, Island Pond 72, Lyndonville 68, Morris Ville a a Bury. Wanted three Cory work. U. S. But co., Willoughby it. The annual meeting of the ladies a try work. U. Or Bobble amp shuttle a of a or 1 1. A �?44.v society will be held at the Church Peter Cota has been Emte ill with wednesday March 17th. All fac the Grippe for several Days but w Church Are invited. 6tf Ghl for general housework. Small family. Mrs. A. R. Robinson bar-___6t wanted hard and softwood at the Lawrence Mill at Glover. L. Hanson. Barton. 3tf wanted Hauskins and All kinds a Pink. E. Sockol Barton. Tel. 24-11. 42tf a girl or woman for Gen Ork in restaurant. No cooking to right party. Normandy cafe Barton. 8tf labourers wanted in the mar is and quarries by Vermont garble company Proctor Vermont. Good wages. 5-17 mrs. Lucretia Alexander and daughter Hazel have been ill with the grip the past week. W. R. Pawnee was Home from his work in Perry for a few Days the first of the week. Or. And mrs. C. Mcfarlane Are both quite ill and miss Annie Wight is caring for them. J. F. Bathelder was ill with please furnish for the supper without being solicited. A Good attendance is desired. Mrs. Hannah a. Clark who has made her Home with her daughter mrs. C. E. Hamblet for some time died tuesday after several Weeter sickness. Mrs. Clark was nearly 88 years of age. There was a prayer at the House wednesday afternoon at 4 of clock by Rev. J. J. Hutchinson and county Road men meet april 15th. The annual meeting of the Road commissioners and selectmen for Orleans county will be held in Newport thursday april 15, in school Hall at 10.30 a. M., and 1.30 p. The statutes require the attendance and provide for the per diem and expense charges of the Road commissioners and selectmen. Full and careful consideration will be Given to the question of the maintenance of our roads and also to the rules and regulations governing the expenditure of Road funds subject to the supervision of this department. Town of Brials who have charge of the expenditure and accounting of Road funds should attend these meet to a accordance with the custom of the Newport chamber of Commerce the men present will be served a dinner. Waiting the opening of an unseen door when you will clasp each others hand once card we wish to express our Heartfelt thanks to All who showed no the illness and death of our dear wife and Mother and for the Many Beautiful Flowers. W. Chappell or. And mrs. Perley c. Chappell mrs. Ruth n. Griffin Reta p Chapell Evelyn h. Chappell. Miss Grace Mcdonald who left Barton for her Home in Barre saturday did not get Home until monday farm Bureau notes. Home demonstration work being pushed in Orleans. Or. And mrs. Gorham married 50 year the informal reception Given by the ladies society of the congregational Church in Honor of or. And mrs. George h. Gorhams fiftieth wedding anniversary at the congregational Church Parlours monday afternoon and evening was a very pleasant affair. There were present a Large number of friends Here and several from out bad travelling. Two poems written for the occasion by or. And mrs. Albert Webster and by w. B. Pretor were both read by mrs. Proctor. Mrs. J. Stannard Sang a when you and i were Young and mrs. W. Wright Sang a Silver threads among the with a few Well chosen words mrs. Proctor presented or. And mrs. Gorham with a Gold piece gift from the ladies society. They also re rifts planned in accordance with some of the rules Given at a foods talk by miss Holden a while ago. Miss Holden reports that some of these menus were exceptionally Good. Three women have also reported from West Glover. Advertising our Dairy business. Not so Long ago a prominent registered Stock breeder said a i find that there is usually a bigger Call for registered Bull calves immediately after some farm Bureau meetings have been held. I give the farm Bureau credit for a lot of the Stock i it is difficult to actually measure results in farm Bureau work but such a statement As this leads us to believe that this organization is proving its value. And this brings us to another Point As the work of the farm Bureau progresses and demand for bet Ter Stock increases where can it be bought registered bulls of High Quality and Good Grade cows Are bound to be in demand. The Farmer who has something to sell or to have in the near future should be considering How Best to advertise his Stock. One thing that will Call attention to his farm is the use of a a registered Bull sign tacked in some conspicuous place on his buildings. Three of the cattle clubs holsteins Guernsey and jerseys furnish these signs free of charge to owners of registered bulls. They Are attractively printed on tin. A Supply of Jersey and Guernsey Bull signs Are on hand at the farm Bureau office and a sup All enjoyed 1 the Victrola k Lang. Refreshments consisting of sandwiches cake doughnuts and Coffee were served. All returned to their Homes at an Early hour after wishing or. And mrs. Rham Man wedded life. Lows 1 the selections played unkindly furnished by or. Gorham Many More years of Happy or. Proctors poem for a twas fifty years ago today that cupids work begun. It happened in the usual Way two fond hearts beat As one. Sweet words but gems of sweeter thought a will you be mine till end of time a no sweeter lesson Ever taught in poets fairest rhyme. The Lover gave the wedding ring into the Goldsmiths hand a grave me said he a tender thought within this Golden band the Goldsmith a grave with careful these words a still death us then wedding Bells rang gladly out the husband said a ooh wife. Together we will share the grief and happiness of a i give to thee my hand and heart till death us so Down life a pathway Side by Side through fifty changing years. They shared each others happiness. They dried each others tears. Our hearts and hands arc with you a Chol in Siras is Quot expected through life you go soon. Anyone May secure one by brother sister Friend and neighbor making application to the Dairy com congregational Church notes. Rev. A j. Hutchinson pastor sunday March 15. 10.30, morning service. Subject of Sermon will be a an uncommon All seats free. 11.45, sunday school. 6.00 p. M., Christian Endeavor. Evening service 7 of clock. Subject governor listens to women a Appeal a Little group of Burlington women assembled hastily monday morning in the lobby of hotel Vermont where the National women a party order May you no sorrow know. A tis love Goodwill and Friendship we bring to you this Day. And May gods richest Blessing be with you All the Way. Mittleman in their Community or writing the farm Bureau office. The Bull is a very important part of the Dairy and it is just As important for a Farmer to advertise the fact that he owns a registered Bull of a a ,. O. J such a Breed As it is for the merchant mrs. L. A. Smith a returned to let it be known that he Sells cer from her visit at North Woodstock Tain kinds of groceries. If we Are to George Corrow or. Of Groveton Supply the demand for Good Breeding mass., is visiting relatives in towns a we must know where it is and w the Dairyman that makes a practice Luke Eaton of a no n. H., of advertising in various ways is the business Man at will profit from his demand c. O. Litchfield is again Able to be a no firm can sell its goods to Adan out and mrs. Litchfield is Mueh better. Tege without advertising the same i is True of the Dairyman who raises High Grade Stock. The to interview Hon. A a Percival w. Clement with regard to having spent saturday night in the j the calling of a special session of the train near Groton. Speaking of the Vermont legislature to ratify the fed a Tram near urion. Open am of me i Vermont. Legislature to a tiny the leu a a very j the remains will be Teken to Barre times says a there eral suffrage amendment. The gov severe cold part of last week but i Berkshire for banal incur scan. Veie to Cuile train of listened very attentively to the. I a a 1--------1�? .1. Miss Myra Douglass of Orleans Hospital was a recent visitor at James labelled a. Run Willur Triu or. And mrs. Bemis of Baree Timve Brownington spending a few Days ate glad Merle Marsh one of the Nineteen Denis and Lewis Kahlstrom a. Or. And mrs. Bert Ware ��b�t�4 at Arthur True a in Newport in Day. Bert thought the travelling much i d j Huntington is repairing the to. U. In memory of Frances Wii Smili House he recently bought pre lard was held at the Home of mrs. Paratory to moving. Miss Marjorie Fisk has been spend incr of Tverdal Davs at the Home of her a Calfskin carcass hides also All kinds of a t 1 water St., bar 56-3. 4�tf at once lady Type setter to help set ads and assist with do distribution and Correct Iri a and be generally use composing room of country three weekly papers inn Ork Good pay 50 Urs the week saturday afternoons Opportunity to right go., inc., Lur ing several Days at the Home of aunt mrs. Della Wulson. T. W. Redington a Little son is very ill. Or. Farmer of St. Johns Bil to was called in consultation. Mrs. Marion Nelson is _ by night from Springfield a Quot Quot Quot where she has spent the Winter. Weie to an interesting meeting of the a. Whom 14 were men the Only woman a being a miss Mcdonald who was on her Way from Barton to Barre. They obtained what they wanted to eat on a. P. Underwood on tuesday afternoon with six members and two visitors present. After scripture Reading and prayer by mrs. Barron interesting sketches of the life and work of miss Willard were read from a a glimpses of fifty years and a famous among some of our people who i exc i to -4.----�?� f a Las months old twins of or. And Are opened Headri meters in order to seize Leon Marsh passed away at the the Opportunity to interview Hon. Marsh Home saturday March 6th. The children at g. E. Newtons Fine have been sick with hard colds the i no services were held sunday on past week account of the roads they being in a is assented fat a the suffragists we to crafts Bis a Rwy Nutly Ilse is Snow storm was a record and declared m reply that he was not wheat and were detained until Mon. Saturday Ninx Irum xvii a wart but sunday morning they were break Legal and political made in the Posi Gnippe the past week fasted by the Railroad company at the Tion of women butt the Felt that j Ujj. Day was in Newport tuesday a a we x the Constitution should not be changed attending the listers meeting except by a referendum to the voters. Miss Quot Elsie Hill one of those in i of the patients being ill from More or less severe cases of Gnippe Are Rev. And mrs. W. A. Warner he Reirden miss Fanny May been in town for several Date. Or. J r Cook f. to rent a nth House and Bam in Village on reasonable 1 wire of j. Bartlett or less. It. Phone 78-21 7 of Warner was snowbound Over sunday mrs. F. D. Pierce goes soon to Boston to meet her husband upon his return from a six weeks Western trip. Miss Reta Chappell renamed a Day to her work in Newport after spending two weeks at her Home Here. C. C. Hamblet arrived in Lis morning called Here by the death of his grandmother mrs. Hannah Clark. Miscellaneous As frequently reported personally of of mimic posed to woman suffer Ige. He re saturday night from Rickerts store cognized he said the great advances 6___ tnoh.4 in in it i. Day on account of the storm. Harold Hause has been having Stock mrs. C. A. Barrows Parker Barrows mrs. E. J. White mrs. Stanley Archibald Lewellyn a or. And mrs. C. E Hamblet mrs Fred Gren Din Moses Burbank miss Arline Marsh miss Dotie Potter the family of Ellis Prescott Manon Redfield. Sunday afternoon february 20th, a. Drown of Lyndon and Mary Vio so a Quot a by re tie indies piety wish to thank a Tor the gentlemen for the Ding with a few relatives and Ner in which the Oyster Suppe i intimate neighbors present. Those served. A present from out of town were the afternoon study club will meet Iran Niles of Newport Center with mrs. Edith Carter Tomow mrs. Day of Vine Elk and a thursday March 11. Subject a egg and master Franklin san Farmers a notice if you a Charles Lorn of Newport a Ter before a it More Money for carcasses than i schools closed Friday for a two ments of Caire sell to i. Solomon a a vacation and teachers and up visit was enjoyed by All present. A for St. Barton. Tel. 56-3. 7-lop from out of town Are spending \ brigadier general Stephen p. Joc of act i to the Holiday at their Homes. 1 Elyn of Burlington but Well known inv paid for furs hides and x re Rar returned Here where two Sisters lived for years 58-11. Daniel a mrs. C. L. Hut Ehms rearm served with distinction in the Barton. 9tf from two we ars died monday to sugar makers i to Dahl new England school of 11 a a gtd in a Sini a Sie to Luy your Sug Arjie b. A. Boys went to Orleans enlisted in the 6th Vermont Welhs or packages. Barrels tuesday night and took the second a regiment in 1863, being comm signed Tes j game from the Orleans team the in a ig66 he entered the re f. Bathelder Barton. 8tf 17 to 12 in favor of the per army As a lieutenant and served to us nce and real is Stock and Mutual com Home i a Abies. Surety Bonds All kinds of Vil do not remember a Sun real estate. Any one having Ril a were no serv m the prot tax tote they wish to Sefi Cau a to p w. Baldwin Barton. 39tf hotel in Groton excepting miss Mcdonald whose meal was brought to her from the hotel because there was too much Snow to ask her a it walk to the past masters night of Orleans Lodge no. 55, f. And a. M., Friday evening was one of the most pleasant machinery to ask american women events held by the Lodge in Many for their political Freedom july Uraro Nara and a Ltd a. ? i _ charge of the Vermont Headquarters of the woman a party declared it was obviously unfair for men who made the Constitution an Ltd have lived under it until now without such referendum initiates and the legis states ratify an amendment to article 5, which prescribes months. Nearly 75 were present despite the weather the work was splendidly done and the banquet of Chick in pie and other Good things after method of amending the Federal the work with Post prandial a Constitution. Cases was much enjoyed by All. The the suffragists urged the governor principal offices by St mashup commit himself in any reply ters As follows c. Blo m. Them at this time but to take the c. A. Barrows s. W. F. D. Thorny a under serious consideration son j. W. T Sver s. D. A. Members of the delegation agreed p. Bean treas. J. A. Pearson a i that the governor was attentive and r. P. Webster Marshall w. P. Bar a pop go a to their Appeal rows. Asst Marshall m. W. Johnson mrs. Leslie Dutton visited at A. Gallup sat Brownington Center re-1 gently. J mrs. James Mason is in new Hampshire with her daughters family who Are having influenza. Evansville mrs. D. A. Gallop was in Barton last week to attend the funeral of her Cousin mrs. Chappell. Esther Kittle Doris Porter and Raymond Foster have returned to school in Orleans. A. Miles visited relatives in St. Johnsbury last week. Warwick Hunt was ill with Grippe last week. Vermont notes s w. W. Reirden j. S. Rev. W. A. Warner Chap. Those called upon for Post prandial talks were j. A. I _ m a a ivs. Turner and w. C. The Republican Nomi motion for Lieut one Day recently. A. W. Foote tuesday issued a state storm. There were no services at the Church sunday on account of the severe score being 17 to Barton five. Some of the older people churches in Barton on a count of weather before last sunday. Ular army or in the Indian wars during which he was cited for bravery and a Brevet major. His wife two daughters and a son who was lieutenant colonel of aviation in the great War survive him. Win my a. Quot the open meeting of the Woodman he always lived there and of Leld at their Hall thursday even Briksi a of Loir pail Quot Quot who Quot we a tank governor Abram prent As a guest bom _ the woman a Litera club old its in Spieg the farm located by his Anees was a very enjoyable oc<�8ion. Musicale with mrs. Re Webster tors when the town was settled. He those who mid it mis a a Denci wednesday night March 3. Sixteen a a represent ted Cornwall in the leg i Ous supper and a Good tune members and four visitors were pre Igia Ture twice and served As senator mrs. E Mer Leonard has gone to sent. The following is in from Addison county. Barton to care for her grandson the hands of mrs. Bathelder and a. Raloh Leonard. Mrs Ruth Webster and was carried a out very successfully chorus a my i klic Kynan. Mrs. Ruth Webster and Thomas Smith went to Newport old Kentucky Home a Foster piano mrs. Mabelle Wright ies Trio tuesday to attend the listers meet Solo a the spinner a by Raff mrs. A a morning by Hawley mrs Hutch ing. Pillsbury song a my heart goes out Inson to you by Grant mrs. Hutchin son Reading of poems a your biggest fish by Eugene Field a what might have Beert a miss Borg was ladies Quartetti. A my Isle of Golden dreams by Blaufuss miss Grace Mcdonald miss miss Eva Mcdonald. Miss Willson vocal duet a a a Sweet hawaiian Monug hts by enjoyed. In Slit jars. A Kuhn to a us Mabelle Wright ies Trio a Ninga by Hawley mrs. Hutch a mrs. Bathelder and miss Baxter Reading of poems. A a in a by James Whitcomb Riley a it get a nest by bumsted mrs. Baldwin piano duet a Cradle song by Bohm miss Willson and miss Scott chorus. mrs. Webster served Delie Ioos Home made Candy and salted nuts and a pleasant social hour was f. J. Seavey is very ill with the Grippe. Mrs. Seavey is at Bartok also sick with the Grippe. Coventry mrs. Horace Wilder is on the sick list. Harvey Drake has been on the sick Tust the past week. A daughter Ruth Elsie came March 4th to Gladden the Home of or. And mrs. C. E. Southard. Nursa Vercoe of Barton is caring for Mother and daughter who Are doing we. Doings around the county from the last Issue of the farm Bureau news. East Albany. Another live Community 1ms lined program. The attendance of meeting held feb. 13 was not Large so those in attendance lined up a few projects for the Community and these will be presented at a general meeting to be held some time late a the program is As follows 1. Com variety project in charge of George Fulton. Arrangements were made that nit for a variety test to be run on the farm of O. Wells. As Many men As possible will be secured to try out the better varieties of Cor recommended by the farm Bureau. 2. Dairy improvement project in charge of p. Philbrook. It is planned to secure at least ten men to keep individual milk records in their Dairy and ten men to Purchase better bulls during the coming year. 3. Lime and Clover project in charge of Wallace Kennison. were made for a Lime demonstration on or. Kennison a farm. As Many men As possible will be interested in using Lime this year. George Fulton was elected county chairman. Hardwick Sam Daniels manufacturing company inc., of Hardwick has filed articles of association in the office of Secretary of state for the purpose of conducting a plumbing and other business in Hardwick with a capital Stock of $50,000. The papers Are signed by Sam Daniels w. A. Dutton S. Smith l. B. Tims b. Wilson and a. Crane

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