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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - May 26, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol. 49�?no. 21 uss1f1ed advertising will Tiser tvs under Tbs. R for to Rel insert Lou la a a to it a it after. Cash of. Or or to at Veriie Ira a than to men Nve insert. A for Sale it it c4le�?few food boxes for ni3r office. 16tf Hay. Zina do Albany. A arme. For Sale Good Grade Holst Ujj e. E. Levereaux Barton. 2w re Rice Damon. Jr., mor Standard and Register a Kimball Glover. 20tfbarton, Vermont wednesday May 26, 1920 single copies 5 cents. For Green Mountain a creator. Clyde Nutting bar it. For Sale Ford car in Good con a a in. Four Good tires. L. Lew is Barton. 14tf for sale�?300 cords of Wood a out in of it dry. Tel. 128-12. Harry Merrill Orleans. Lotf wanted at once laundry a Man. Work All done by machinery. Kallev ouse Orleans. 20tf for piano in first disc condition. Easy terms to right parties. Box Orleans. 18-23p for Sale Fox hound pups from be working Stock in Northern it. C. Phillips Glover. 20-21p for Sale Large Mosler Safe in Good condition. Will sell or sex Chank for smaller Safe. Weight 1200. Mrs. Lilia Dow Glover. 19tf foe Sale five passenger Ford car in perfect condition. Newly to tinted. Price reasonable. Ralph Hamblet Tel. 213-3, Newport. 16tf Coli qty Wiite rib boners we Elicine. Delegates from All parts of Orleans county gathered in Barton today to tend the annual convention of the w. C. T. U., being held in the congregational Church. The sessions Nti nue through thursday afternoon out of town speakers Are on the program and everyone is invited. Mrs. John Mclellan is chairman of the entertainment committee. Barton local notes Henry Labbe spent sunday with his family at Newport. P. J. Guertin has been on the sick list the past few Days. Mrs. Della Willson visited friends m West Burke this week. Mrs. J. T. Campbell is in Townsend mass., visiting her Mottier. Miss Gladys Masure spent sunday with friends in Lyndonville. Social dance in Woodman Hall Evansville Friday night. Adv. Mrs. Calvin Wilson of Brownington is at cottage Hospital for treatment. Miss Geneva Hubbard spent the first of the week with friends in Coventry. Or. And mrs. L. C. Smith of North Troy were recent guests at Frank Smiths. Regular meeting of Orient chapter no. 13, o. E. S., Friday evening at 7.30. Work. Mrs. Levi wild of Gaysville is visiting mrs. Lucy Colliston and or. And mrs. C. F. Cutler. E. C. Wilkie got his band badly Cut on a saw at the j. W. Murkland co. Shop thursday morning. Or. And mrs. Harold Lewis and son of Newport spent sunday with her Mother mrs. Burton Wing. Mrs. Evelym Shatney of West Glover spent the week end with her aunt mrs. W. Hibbard. Foe Sale one two year old Jersey Bull w. C. Gould Chamberlin Hill Albany. Tel. 10-15. 20-22p foe Sale Grade Jersey Bull 18 months old. V. G. Marshall Orleans 20-22 club fund still growing. Raised to club Leader continues Between $75 and $100 hav ing received this week. There fund my not fall below $1600 to make the work possible while $2000 or Over should be soured to make conditions under which a Leader should work a northing like Ideal. Late by any Means to permanent county agent secured. While h. F. Johnson who has been county agent for three years has left for similar work in Connecticut the executive committee has secured a Man equally As Good Wesley t. Abell of Randolph Center. Or. Abell was graduated from the state agricultural College of the University of Vermont in 1916, and since that time has been engaged As instructor at the Randolph agricultural school and As in to Xton Ooin agricultural school and As k j a cause an Many ger of the school farm has had not 3om the hundreds charge of a the farm operations. ving their bit now is your a has also been connected with the very my $5 successful cooperative potato growers and you will help the children to make association of that place. Thus or. Of themselves better men and women. Abell bps both the education and Are the children interested just i practical experience to carry on the in a a following from a Greensboro work Here very successfully and it is Laa knowing that you Are working expected that it will soon go on with for a boys and girls club in Orleans very Little interruption. Until he can county i thought you would be Able begin his duties or. Hardy Merrill of u i Craftsbury will act As temporary 1 he boys and girls Are ready waiting county agent and anxious. Here is what has been done to Date previously acknowledged .$1261.00 National Bank of Derby line 50.00 c. Willard Barton 5.00 j. G. Turnbull co., Orleans 10.00 Black River Valley Grange iras Burg 6.00 Anderson school West Glover 2.00 e. E. Dutton Brownington 1.00 Barton Academy 3.00 master Russell and misses Ruth and Elizabeth Erwin Barton 1.00 $1339.00 the pre memorial exercises of the school will be held in alumni Hall on Friday evening at 7.30 Sharp. The weather of the past week has been Clear and warm except for much needed rain on Friday and saturday. Miss Isodore Foss of Hartford conn., is spending a week with mrs. A. P. Underwood and other friends. Miscellaneous Cash paid for furs hides and junk. Telephone 58-11. Daniel Zabawsky. Barton. »9tf foe Sale registered Holstein calf sired by my 22-Pound Bull his Granddad a 35-Pound cow. Dam one of my Best cows. N. Hub hard West Glover. 20-21p wanted for the summer season a Good Cook laundress Kitchen i pro table and chamber girls. Apply a once. The Cobb House Canaan n. 20-23p wanted housekeeper in family a one. Must be competent to have i House. Good Home. E. T. Eric Barton. 20tf furnished if desired prices guaranteed. J. F. Batchelder Barton 8tf Farmers notice will buy Stock monday May 31. Dodge Orleans. E. J. Rutter optometrist will be at o. Mossmann a Friday june 4. Call and have your eyes examined and. Mrs. J. J. Hutchinson was called to Joseph Valley. Joseph Valley died at his Home on South main Street tuesday afternoon of heart trouble from which he had been suffering for two or three years. Or. Valley was born in Barton 69 years ago and Nas always lived Here most of his Active life being spent on a farm in the May Pond District. married Cordelia Pauquette of Barton and is children and mrs. Valley survive him. The children Are Duffy mrs. Judah Blair mrs. Fred Billodeau. Mrs. Meddie Massey and Lilia and Rosy who live at Home. Or. Valley has been one of Bartons substantial citizens and Farmers. Burial will be from the Catholic Church thursday Forenoon. Camp Westmore affairs bankruptcy matter closed up and plans for operatic Complete. Bankruptcy matters in connection with Camp Westmore have been closed up and plans perfected for its operation As a girls lamp under experienced management. The Sale of the personal property monday by b. F. Jackman trustee was held and b. O. Smith of Orleans bid off the property at $5675. It is understood he sold the property later in the Day to Robert r. Cookman the owner of Camp Winona on Lake Morey and that or. Cookman and c. Dudley of Hanover n. H., will operate Camp Westmore this season. This move probably Means the continuance of the Camp upon a permanent and sound basis and the final disposal of All matters connected with the bankruptcy proceedings. Congregational Church notes. Rev. A j. Hutchinson pastor 10.30, morning service. Subject of Sermon a the common 11.45, sunday school. 6.00 p. Ra., Christian Endeavor. 7.00 p. Service of song. Short Sermon on a your All Welcome. There will not be a prayer meeting this week. House. We. And Clarence Mcdowell of Evansville Are doing the Job. The correspondent was glad to notice in last weeks Issue that our neighbouring town Albany has the spirit and sympathy of the Public in prohibiting Public sports on sunday. Craftsbury dinner will be served every thursday for the present. Clarence Emery was Home from St. The methodist Church was filled Johnsbury for the week end. Sunday morning for the Union me-1 Many men in town were fighting Morial services. Only six civil War fire on West Hill before the rain veterans were Able to be present. The e. W. Hardy left last week to take Morvice was a very impressive one a up his canvassing work for the sum _ Rev. A. Turner preaching an sex Fitch Bay que., saturday by the a optionally Fine Sermon in which he from death of her aunt mrs. Loren Alden. A referred to Lincoln As a god Given the High sch a Pupil will do decorating for memorial Day exercise Dren of Israel and that the Church is is in seavers Hall monday afternoon. Today asked to Lead the people. the Rev w. A Warner of peach a re tort Attr a pm t a. Also referred to the soldiers As men i am will deliver the memorial Day and notice to 1 by org. Q. A. White is visiting her a who had erected Lastine memorials dress in the town Hall monday after am in a position son and other relative in Massachi shall serve As a a guide and in noon May 31. Either in up or Pac Ges. Barrels expects to be away several up ration to fut Are generations. I mrs. Archie Jones was moved this f pres eni aran mrs. Miry Mcdonald and son. A week to c. B. Coles North crafts it nah Mac pore a hum Nerev Vid of Barre have came to Barton to Bury where she could have care of were in we Burke Sunda their Home ninth the misses miss Blanche the funeral of mrs. Edwin b. I Evaline and Grace Donald and Are j several from this part of the town St with occupying the apartment in the Moss a attended the Domestic science sex Hibit of articles made by the Academy students during the year. Farmers will buy Stock monday May 31. W. E. Hanson Barton. In. Foe Sale or rent my build a m Glover Village known As the i be equipped with electric woj closet and Spring water we storage room. C. Kimba Quot 20tf Ppul a passenger Chev 1 2 Model registered. A tires and spare. Lots of Busi _ a m the Little Gray car. Wallace Ron. S go pm Barton. Of. Misses aft Ian Scott and Eva Gilpin spent the week end in Pike n. H., the guests of or. And mrs. A. W. Morrill. Farmers notice a Spring work has begun and it is your Busy. A f t to of time i will buy your carcasses the daughter mrs. J. J. Hutchinson at year around Calfskin and hides. Al the parsonage. Will pay following prices for junk Sawyer and or. 3c bags and mrs. Guy Sawyer of Lyndonville a hundres a it pour 050? their Barton. Sunday May 30th. Turkey Din i ill v. In 2 Man House on main Street. West Glover the Francis family has moved to scope of farm Bureau plans. The annual membership Campaign of the Orleans county farm Bureau will be Cim ducted the last two weeks of june. All the Farmers and everyone interested in the agricultural affairs of the county Are urged to join if they Are not already members of the organization. Since the farm Bureau was organized a Little Over six years ago it has shown a steady growth in membership and interest until at the present time it has the largest paid membership in its history about 600. The aim set in the first Campaign last year was 1000 members and it is hoped that this can be exceeded this year. To do this will require the support of All the present members and Many new _ ones. It should encourage the farm j grim times in which the play a ers to learn that Many business in written. The Junior play. The Junior play a a Rose of Plymouth town a Given by the class of 1921 of Barton Academy tuesday evening before a packed House in Seaw Eros opera House merited the highest approval of All spectators. The play from the overture to the drop of the curtain on act in was run off a professional style without the need of the prompter a services i a single in stance. The setting costuming and staging were ably handled and reflect great credit on the management and directors. The part of the audience in the rear of the theatre had some difficulty in distinguishing clearly the words of the players owing the the Peculiar acoustic properties of the theatre and the quaint speech of Pil Teress have expressed a wish to help in the work As they realize that the farm Bureau and the county agent Are exerting an influence on our farming and farm life that is of great value to the county As a whole at present and will increase greatly in effect from year to year. The membership Campaign will be this year is the tercentenary of the Landing of our Pilgrim fathers in this country. Schools and colleges Are observing by play and pageant this anniversary year. A Rose of Plymouth town a is one of the Best of these Pilgrim plays. Historic Miles Standish is one of the characters. The presentation of this quaint play by conducted in about the same manner a the local Academy stu3ents will comas last year. The chairman of each pare favourably with similar pro duo Community that has been organized a tons by High school or even Collego will have charge of the local Cam dramatic clubs Given this year Deal pain and he in turn will appoint his with the same theme. M so Well balanced a cast it is difficult to single out for special approbation one character from the others. Assistants. Each comte Unity will have assigned to it a certain quota of Money to be secured through the memberships and every Farmer and Borothy Emerson in the title role business Man will be visited before made a Sweet heroine while Clifto the Campaign is completed. The an Garrett Foster her dare Nual fee is $2 for men and $1 for a evil Lover played his part with an women and whatever is paid in sex appearance of recklessness that con Cess will help swell the Community quota. This Money is used to pay the salary and expenses of the county tribute much to the play. Florin Cook As aunt Resolute of the Peppery Tongue scored a distinct hit v. Ith a a j a agent and to Secie Home economics i the audience. Miles Standish roared specialists from Burlington to give a manner befitting our Conception demonstrations and talks to the to i that Doughty Soldier and the Otic a of Faeroe discharged their respective Parte men. As the number of these talks is limited those communities will to favored where the most women join the Bureau. Last year Glover Brownington and Craftsbury furnished the largest number of women members with equal facility. Members of the class of 1921 acted As Ushers and presided Over the refreshment table. Many school ban c a i j 1. Sir to in ners and other tasty decorations in and have been visited by miss Holden j a cd Black made the occasion and other workers during the year distinctly a school affair. Fund is entirely distinct from the boys and go so club fund just raised be new Harmony orches by Gilpin Hunt amp co., though both. Are managed by the farm Bureau j which is planned to meet the needs of All the family men women and Chil distinctly i after to a a a was enjoyed the music being fur Dren in developing a better appreciation of farm life and of local opportunities. Decoration Day program. Decoration Day will be observed on monday May 31. All Graves of veterans will to decorated in the for a play in charge Leigh Comstock the student manager and Mildred Fordu who had charge of the properties. F county missionary rally a county missionary rally will to held in the Barton congregational Church wednesday june 2, beginning at 10 of clock in the Forenoon Witk devotional services led by mrs. A Goon and mrs. Peterson. Following this there will be a discussion of the axe Usk xxx a a we. Problems of the different branches Day afternoon at the Par nage is upon returning from the cemetery under the general theme. A Why Ara that a die in Aid will it Prev a Werni a Oon and at 1 of clock the line will be South Glover. Try of the m. E. Church. Price adults Vio Vida win or. Joyal has taken Possession of 35 cents children 20 cents. Room for the Urie farm. Archie drown moves this week to Newport Center. The thought and careful attention to detail that the production showe4 is a tribute to the work of miss Storrs of the school faculty who had the 1 be members of the g. A. R., the band w r tit q 1 a err school children and All other Organ the w. F. Planned for tues i actions Are urged to fall in line. A Pori . a Xii Pax a Marc a upon re timing from the cemetery a nor to mrs. Emily Baker has been spend postponed for one week. The april a exercises will be held in sea we Here g some Timp with mrs. Nettie Bak and May mystery boxes will be Usell Hall at which the hand will Ren at the Ernd famil. The 12 a i. A a. A very shall at which the hand will Ren a at the business session there wih to the fiend Mug pc there will be exercises by be a Roll Call and reports of comity Sale automobiles peer a1 Ltd Quot a passenger roadster mileage Jeffrey finder 7 passenger touring like Waxmon Leer will be served from 12.30 to wanted of clock p. $1.00 per plate. Adv Elrick mrs. A. Mills who has been vis 18tf Liting her sister mrs. Sawyer and other friends in this Vicinity he re two desk cases turned to her Home in Lowell mass. Mrs. E. P. Wright returned wednesday from Arlington va., where wanted at once a Itu card trays with covers to hold 3x5 cards. Gilpin Hunt amp co., Barton. 20tf. Sale�?.50 cords about three dry four foot Wood at r. Sid North of Newport. $8.50 i West Glover. 7tf wanted to buy or rent a of a a a so Coupie Quot teddies 35 a cents Balcony address ulay e a a Ond hand Type Ter. Ton Keith Hardwick. Twp. She has been spending Seral months Bow Tuu Riciki i ,. J with her daughter mrs. C. C. Warner. Tedi. 25 cents War tax extra. The girls of mrs. W. S Hibba is sunday school class Day Surprise party on monday Ere Ning. A pleasant time was spent by the girls and their teacher. Mrs. Mabel Runnells of Nashua n. A. Is visiting her no a a a a or j a Hutchinson. Mrs remembered As miss Mabel Oss and attended Barton Academy a number of years ago. The Riverside Sal 1 ainu a j a. A x1- her Iii sic Lut it will us Jtj it Xiv c c Locke has moved his family of a. Quot ged to be ready for this con i a a school children and an address by officers followed by a dem str Tom mrs skinners tenement recently i a a. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson. J. A. Pearson a of a How to study the text Book Ica ted by the Francis family. Lewis Loomis died very suddenly will be Marshall of the Day. The Barton auxiliary. Lunch will by i served in the Church at noon. The afternoon session will mrs. Leva wild of Gay vibe where that the. Remainder of them will come meeting a june 4 in a re in t,, is visiting in before the end of the month so the 26 when past matrons mrs. Nettie Baxer. Or. Wind Iris White Anisun of "53 will be realized i it will be pc Rev. O. B. Wells gave a very inter with devotional exercises followed by Esting Sermon sunday morning in the music and a discussion of the Church to the Veter Mer conferences by mrs. Kendrick ans. An miss Leach. Charles Broe has hired the Black at 3 of clock in the after recon Smith shop and will move his family a Tereo Ticon lecture the Batte into Auld Lan. Syne Fot the ?�,�v�/thhhh1.��?Tnd-Nrot a special dispensation has been granted the o. E. To hold their Reg 1 ��1 a a a tilt Ford Road mfg Ink a touring with starter 2 i a a Lall a touring. These cars condition As they i p overhauled and paint 1 a Lav son Newport. 16tf wanted girl or woman for counter and table work at once a Mandy cafe Barton. Carpenters a anted five Good capable men a Khz amp Corkins Newport. 16tf Quot a a Winton six a a a a a a cd Cole Road a offer two room compels me to Terestea t bargain. If in Thev of a a a St that you act at Dato to be sold at an the. Ames garage Derby a 19-22 or rent farm and Apple or a Baum water. Good House i Fillak two Miles from bar t Pantie in nyx Westmore Road. Good a a a offs property. Also 180 pasture. J. Arton. 16tf wanted fresh eggs and poultry mondays at Orleans express Ste Tion. E. Kelley Orleans. 17tf i Quot a eans suitcase on Road from on Friday. Owner describing and pay i a. St. Franics Derby. 19-21 lost my so a belonging to i Villon xxx a it Ari uni i 2 Pindor up to gasoline sen depot in Barton covering from a severe operation. There will be a farm Bureau meeting at the Hall Friday evening to discuss the Wool marketing proposition. Or. Emerson of Barton and other speakers will be present to explain the methods proposed. There was a Large attendance at the memorial services sunday. Only 21-22 i friends Are cordially invited. Once. Good wages work to right Man. Barton. Ice Cream will be served. Wanted _ Calfskin i to. Tit cutting has sold the Large and horse Henhouse situated on Lus i. Solomon water St., Barton. A Othas a a a Lashford. Arthur busted and wanted Man and his wite to Nso Bem to their re work on farm Wal pay pee Tive places. For right party or part of the farm. Glover. Be them l. Young West or and mrs. F. J. Jarvis were Del al Rio to a and Shek by or. While learning. From them. East Craftsbury miss Maud Anderson is suffering with blood poisoning in her hand. Or. And mrs. Morris Day of White Field n. H., Are visiting at Bert Colburns. Mrs. Joseph t. West who has been we physicians fees the undersigned physician. Vacated by the Francis family. A Aita two t t a Newline to was at Church sunday morning. had been in mrs. L. L. Ratings was at can sunday the first t a the week pneumonia developed Able to leave the House since Lart fall proved fatal Early. The Fune the w Illing workers met with 1 was held tuesday afternoon the mrs. Lyman Barber last we and Rev. O. B. Wells officiating work was done for l. Young s Community social held wednes family.,. Day evening was a Success. An inter Fred Stevens who underwent an Esting program consisting of readings operation for appendicitis Lart week gongs and recitations was enjoyed by Haydeen very sick since pith Enqu All. A Good number of the Nickel Monia. is now silly recovering i mpg were returned. It is expected a a instead of May is and patrons night Albany a dog show was Given in newtons Hall monday night. a a number from Here attended the a 250 for�?��uagecaii8 from class exercises held at Craftsbury m. To 7 a. Calls Academy. The picture show saturday night in newtons Hall is a the lost chord a his neglected adv. Jukl Christie and Lander Scott. Rev. Miss Beatrice Denton who is work j. J. Hutchinson delivered an Excel mrs. Robert Young has in help for mrs. C. E. Chamberlin vis Lent Sermon paying Vitial tribute to my in the Home of her sister mrs. At her Home in North Wolcott a Quot a John Richardson for a few Days. Sunday a Eree the a a. Veterans work f the old Home for a few was re do a by Abito by present Thomas Marnock Zitur saturday to her Home in al of irillie and i Ander Scott. Rev. Cleveland. A a4. Thi a knt a a a srey in Roll a futo a a a a a to Toto it it re. Weill Fco Xixi Vixo tothe veterans and to the men who remained at Home. The con Unity Church was Well represented and there were Many former residents from Barton and Orleans present. West More Horace Beebe has Fafone to East Burke to work for e. Darling. Mrs. A. L. Peene and Harry Bax Tien of Yonkers n. Y., Are m town. Reports received Here state that Rev. Wilbur Rand is married. Congratulations. Mrs c h. Jackson has returned to Westmore and her store is now open for the summer. Pre memorial exercises at the Mill Brook schoolhouse Friday at 2.30 p. M All Are cordially Mvi ted. A b. Cobleigh of West Newport Highway John Richardson for a few Hays. A by Day their unt mrs. Brow Lee is failing. The annual Woodmen Mem Orul service will be held sunday june 6th Ter supt. An extended account of the life death and funeral service of John w. Simpson is omitted from this Issue because of Lack of space. It will appear next week. North Craftsbury miss Kathryn Randay is quite ill. Mrs. Archie Jones and Little daughter Are boarding at c. B. Coleus. Mrs. Wright from Montgomery is visiting her sister mrs. Fifield. Mrs. Johnsbury is ill at the Home of her daughter mrs. Will Ryan. The teachers training class were in Burlington thursday and Friday. Or. And mrs. N. B. W Illiams visited friends in Morrisville recently. Rev. And mrs. E. Gordon visited at c. Rowley a the last of the week. Hardy Merrill was Here from Newport to attend the pre memorial exer ��5s? and a a Xot is a a a a a pm Elrd the Willoughby Hoff be Trout weighing four six and Earl Lyon have rented eight pounds respectively. 1 and Are a Winf 50 dinners were served Sun Earl Lyon who have in at East Davit hotel Barton Many local Burke working for e. Darling Are to Lex . Of sown a. Surety a Mutual com ing 5� gym. Permanent All kinds of Vil time and sym. Stating inc., Barton. Nower to make the place j House of we. Wills recently Fil Fox a veiling Pablic unt. A. La a a move Quot a a a say a a a of of Chi on the near he a shool find it necessary to establish the of lowing list of fees for office and Village Calls. A to minimum of $1.60 for office Calls $2.00 for Village Calk from 7 of clock a. To 8 p. M., an Calls from 8 of clock p. Calls not in the Vil Lage will be the regular Village ?lu8 50 cents per mile for travel hese prices will take effect May 21, 1920. Signed. Nichols j. Blake f. Hastings Percy e. Buck m. F. Prime. Adv. In the m. E. Church. Service at 1 of clock. Pre memorial services will be held in the m. E. Church sunday morning at 10.30 of clock. Everyone Welcome. The pastor will preach. The burial service of mrs. Flanders Mother of mrs. Harry Ducj cles of this Villas was held sunday afternoon at the Village cemetery. An obituary will appear in next weeks Issue. Memorial Day will be observed As usual on monday May 31, with al son Mills marshal of the Day. The Public school and sunday school children will assemble in the schoolhouse Yard at 10 of clock and March to the cemetery where the usual program will take place. Then dinner will be served at the m. E. Church vestry. Children taking Art in the dinner. Cases. E. N. Randall who has been vis la Ade will be Gin. Iting Friend in in re non. Returned n. B. Williams was a business vis be g. A. \ a for in Berkshire a Ian a part of a part world we or Fitch of St. Johnsbury was at veterans the office of or. Eastern thursday to j<b-es8 by the Rev. C. D. Pierce of Ordo dentistry. Charles Berry has just revived the ing logs and has gone to West Glove to work in the Mill. Miss Ila Urie and other members of the graduating class spent a few Daya in Burlington recently. Or. And mrs. Merrill Courser of Haverhill Are at the Home of their an brother will Courser. Mrs. Kate Miller has not been As Well the past week. Miss Susie my Ler of Irasburg is Here for a few Days. E. Church during the month of june the Sui Day services in the m. E. Church Wie be held at 10.30 a. A. Sunday school following the morning service. The pastor s subject for next Sun to will be a the parable of news that his brother William Benar who lived in Maine is dead. Charles Berry and son were in Hardwick the test of the week to attend the funeral of met John Berry. Leans. South Albany mrs. Hattie Patterson spent part of test week at the Home of her brother c. W. Williams. Elmer Douglass has finished saw Day will Greensboro or. Hooker of Barre is at his Snia Mer cottage by the Lake. James Wilson is suffering a great Deal with hit diseased foot. W. Ingalls returned from Boston the Middle of the week. Rev. Edwin Gordon was a Bua Inesa visitor in Hardwick saturday Ray Hall spent the week end w a his sister mrs. Wilson in Hardwick. Continued on Page ten

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