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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - May 26, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol 49�?no. 21barton, Vermont wednesday May 26, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Advertising i a inserted under tits a a re for urst re thereafter. Cush order. To a err Riis to in a Ikno hrs a to try for Sale Cal re few Good boxes for a unit or office. La of _ �>0r Sale Nice Hay. Zina do Albany. Coir qty w Hite rib boners Welcome. Delegates from All parts of Orleans county gathered in Barton today to attend the annual convention of the w. C. T. U., being held in the congregational Church. The sessions continue 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. A a Raie. F0r slew Good Grade Holstein re. In Reaux Barton. 2w list the past few Days. P. J. Guertin has been on the sick ice Damon. Jr., mor mrs. Della Willson visited friends Standard and Register m West Burke this week i. Kim 1, Glover. 20lf mrs. J. T. Campbell is in Townsend. Quot mass., visiting her Mother. Club fund still growing. Interest in the fund being raised to secure a boys and girls club Leader continues Between $75 and $100 having been received this week. There is still More to come and the fund must not fall below $1600 to make the Tork pm Sylble while $2000 or Over should be secured to make conditions under which a Leader should work anything like Ideal. It is not too late by any Means to do something for this Good cause and if you have not joined the hundreds already giving their bit now is your Opportunity. Yov will never miss $5 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 Many Ger of the school farm has had charge of All the farm operations. He has also been connected with the very successful cooperative potato growers association of that place. Thus or. My one Green Mountain r Clyde Nutting. Bar Law for Sale Ford car in Good con a a it a. Four Good tires. L. R. Lewis Barton. _ for sale�?300 cords of Wood a vat 100 of it dry. Tel. 128-12. Harry Merrill. Orleans. Lotf wanted at once laundry Wmk a Rork All done by machinery. Tilley ouse Orleans. 20tf for Sale Willis piano in first Cist of con it n. Easy terms to right or tits. Box 385, Orleans. 18-23p for Sale Fox hound pups from the working Stock in Northern vex c. Phillips Glover. 20-21p for Sale Large Mosler Safe in pod condition. Will sell or Exchange for smaller Safe. Weight Iii. Mrs. Lila Dow Glover. 19tf 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. A or. And mrs. L. C. Smith of North Troy were recent guests at Frank Barton Academy 3.00 Smiths. I master Russell and misses Ruth ,.a a and Elizabeth Erwin Barton 1.00 regular meeting of Orient Chap-1 a Ter no. 13, o. E. S., Friday evening at 7.30. W Ork. Bankruptcy matter closed up and plans for operation Complete. Bankruptcy matters in connection with Camp Westmore have been closed up and plans perfected for its operation As a girls Camp 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 and you will help be children took . I a is ski Jim of a it i melted Witter men and women Abell has both the education and s to Tih a v ii Are the children interested twist a or astir no Evn Erenee to Nurry in the Quot. Dudley of Hanover. N. a Hlll operate Camp Westmore this season. Move probably Means the Cone. Tun. Ti/.,. of the Camp upon a Penna Ery Little interruption. Unto he can nent and sound basis and the final disposal of All matters connected with the bankruptcy proceedings. Camp Westmore affairs county i thought you would be Able begin his duties or. Hardy Merrill of to Tell me How i can join the will act As temporary the 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 $1339.00 mrs. Levi wild of Gaysville is vis 0, tel com to Ltd and or a cd �23 a Srof Tuta Cesar a mrs. C. F. Cutler. Friday evening at 30 Sharp e. C. Wilkie got his hand badly Cut on a saw at the j. W. Murkland co. Shop thursday morning. Or. And mrs. Harold Lewis and son for Sale five passenger Ford car in perfect condition. Newly tinted. Price reasonable.b0 a ilex tel. 213-3, Newport. Lgth for Sale one two year old is eve buil w. C. Gould chamber k Hill. Albany. Tel. 10-15. 20-22p for Sale Grade Jersey Bull 18 a oaths old. V. G. Marshall Orleans 20-22 the weather of the past week has been Clear and warm except for much needed rain on Friday and saturday. Of Newport spent sunday with her re iss. Isodor Foss a a Mother in. A Snow win<�., do to Theta is amp to Oeh. Is pcs Stii 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. He married Cordelia Pauquette of Barton and is children and mrs. Valley survive him. The children Are. Duffy. Mrs. Judah Blair mrs. Fred . Mrs. Myddie Massey and misses 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. Aunt mrs. W. Hibbard. Miscellaneous Cash paid for furs hides and junk. Telephone 58-11. Daniel Zabawsky. Barton. 9tf notice to sugar makers i dinner will be served every thursday for the present. The methodist Church was filled sunday morning for the Union memorial services. Only six civil War veterans were Able to be present. The service was a very impressive one Rev. A. Turner preaching an sex congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor 10.30, morning service. Subject of Sermon a the common 11.45, sunday school. 6.00 p. No Christian Endeavor. 7.00 p. Service of song. Short Sermon on a your All Welcome. There will not be a prayer meeting this week. 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 Seav 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 at the prompter a services in a single instance. 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 to scope of farm Bureau plans. The annual membership Campaign of the Orleans county farm Bureau will be conducted 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 Peculiar acoustic properties of the the present members and Many new theatre and the quaint speech of Pilones. It should encourage the farm a grim times in which the play a ers to learn that Many business in written. 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 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 ply value to the county As a whole at Mouth town a is one of the Best of present and will increase greatly in these Pilgrim plays. Historic Miles effect from year to year. The membership Campaign we ill be conducted in about the same manner As last year. The chairman of each Community that has been organized Standish is one of the characters. The presentation of this attain play by the local Academy students will compare favourably with similar productions by High school or even College j Call and have your eyes examined and. Mrs. J. J. Hutchinson was called to _ _ _ Fitch Bay qae., saturday by the Deepti Nauy Fine Sermon in which he death of her aunt mrs. Loren Alden. Referred to Lincoln As a god Given the High school pupils will do the Leader As were the leaders of the Chil 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. He. Also referred to the soldiers As men mrs. O. A. White is visiting her wjj0 and erected lasting memorials son and other relatives in Massachi Vrbich shall serve As a guide and in f0r Sale registered Holstein am in a position to buy your sugar tall sire by my 22-Pound Bull either in syrup or packages Narry is setts and expects to be away several aspiration to future generations. In gun dam a 35-ik und cow. Dam furnished if desired. Paces Guaran weeks a a a of of my Best cows. N. Hub teed. J. F. Batchelder Barton. St Tari West Glover. 20-2 up a or. And mrs. George Humphrey wanted for the summer sea Stock monday May 31. Son. A Good Cook laundress Kitchen leans Tiri table and chamber girls. Apply at once. The Cobb House Canaan n. 20-23p Farmers notice will buy were in West Burke sunday to at Dodge or Law wanted housekeeper in family k one. Must be competent to have ill charge of House. Good Home. E. L Elliot Barton. 20tf. Ramp a Sale or rent my buildings in Abbon Fakmebs-w�o1 buy Stok Mont be in puck. N. H., Day May 31. W. E. Hanson bar o or an j mrs. A. W. Ton. A Morrill. Tend the funeral of mrs. Edwin b. Smith. Misses aft Ian Scott and Eva Gilpin 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 Clarence Emery was Home from st. Johnsbury for the week end. Many men in town were fighting fire on West Hill before the rain. E. W. Hardy left last week to take up his canvassing work for the summer. Mrs. R. W. Moodie returned from Orleans sunday there she was called by the illness of her daughter. The Rev w. A. Warner of peach am will deliver the memorial Day address in the town Hall monday afternoon May 31. Mrs. Archie Jones was moved this week to c. B. Coles North crafts mrs. Mary Mcdonald and son. David of Barre have come to Barton to Bury where she could have care of make their Home with the misses miss Blanche Coles. A Evaline and Grace Mcdonald and Are several from this part of the town occupying the apartment in the Moss attended the Domestic science Exman House on main Street. Hibit of articles made by the Academy a students during the year. The ladies Aid will serve a warm lev in s will have charge of the local Cam dramatic clubs Given this year Deak pain and he in turn will appoint his no with the same theme assistants. Each commit pity will have assigned to it a certain quota of Money to be secured through the memberships and every Farmer and business Man will be visited before so Well balanced a cast it is difficult to single out for special approbation one character from the others. Dorothy Emerson in the title role. Made a Sweet heroine while Clifton the Campaign is completed. The an Drew As Garrett Foster her dare Nual fee is $2 for men and $1 for Devil Lover played his part with at women and whatever is paid in sex appearance of recklessness that Ron a Rill a it Nymn nit tribute much to the play. Florence Cess will help swell the Community quota. This Money is used to pay the salary and expenses of the county agent and to secure Home economics specialists from Burlington to give demonstrations and talks to the women. As the number of these talks is limited those communities will a favored where the most women join the Bureau. Last year Glover. Brown Cook As aunt Resolute of the the it Pery Tongue scored a distinct hit the audience. Miles Standish roared in a manner befitting our Conception of that Doughty Soldier and the others discharged their respective parts with equal facility. Members of the class of 1921 acted As Ushers and presided Over the re f armers notice a Spring mrs. A. L. Rider of Fitch Bay que., work has begun and it is your Busy i8 spending some time with her time i will buy your carcasses the daughter mrs. J. J. Hutchinson at year around Calfskin and hides. Al the parsonage. So will pay following prices for junk and mrs. Fred Sawyer and or. West Glover the Francis family has moved to dinner on decoration Day in the ves formed.,at o South Glover. It v i a Pany the veterans to Welcome u. In ton and Craftsbury furnished the freshment table. Many school to a largest number of women members i ners and other tasty decorations in and have been visited by miss Holden Oranee and Black made the occasion and other workers during the year distinctly a school affair. It should be borne in mind that this after the play dancing until Onn fund is entirely distinct from the wa8 enjoyed the music being fur boys and girls club fund just raised inv who new Harmony orches by Gilpin Hunt amp co. Though both Are managed by the farm Bureau which is planned to meet the needs of All the family men women and children 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 be decorated in the Ford noon and at 1 of clock the line will be wished by the new Harmony orchestra. _ the thought and careful attention to detail that the production showed is a tribute to the work of miss Storla of the school faculty who had the play in charge Leigh Comstock the student manager and Mildred font who had charge of the properties. Try of the m. E. Church. Price adults Gany county missionary rally a county missionary rally will be held in the Barton congregational Church wednesday june 2, beginning at 10 of clock in the Forenoon with a no or Brown cemetery. In the Parade will devotional services led by mrs. Mss or. Joyal has taken Possession of 3o cents children 20 cents. Room for members of the g a r the band Goon and mrs. Peterson. Following the Une farm. Everybody. School children and All other Organ a this there will be a discussion of the Archie drown moves this week tothe w. F. Planned for tues a nations Are urged to fall in line. Problems of the different branches _ a 1 a a a Why Are or in Glove v known ask a the Rassy 3c �?5�?T t7c�?T and mrs. Guy Sawyer of Lyndonville ing gome Timp p known a the a Hundred. Let me get your were of their Mother mrs. Or and family. Newport Center. Day afternoon at the parsonage is upon returning from the cemetery under the general theme mrs. Emily Baker has been spend postponed for one week. The april a Public exercises will be held in sea we Here _ _ with mrs. Nettie Bak and May mystery boxes will be used. Very shall at we hich the Quot band will ren-1 Quot Abbon to Aff to Tutt ?l.l>0 a nun area. c were guests of their Momer a Ira. Or and Camuy. The 12 subscribers to the a a friends spa Rier and charge the phone to me. Clara the first of the week. C c. Locke has noved Hie family a a a a a a be for s7�?o c Quot a to Tafua a a is i a Ykteb Giai Aust wanted of cd oct p. 8$y.so plate ads the firs be she habs p��health.,for_/2&js�2 a a or i it ale five passenger Chev a . Frand Model registered. A ures and spare. Lots of Busin r?.-, Little Pray car. Wallace a. I pm Barton. Of. ? Sale automobiles peer it s t�1161&Quot 4 passenger roadster cards. 6�?T Ona to la a. Low mileage Jeffrey 7 passenger touring like cya Noer est a a want Eph live poultry. Elrick tarton.__18tf wanted at once two desk cases or card trays with covers to hold do Gilpin Hunt amp co., i of clock p. Mrs. R. A. Mills who has been visiting her sister mrs. Sawyer and other friends in this Vicinity has returned to her Home in Lowell mass. Mrs. E. P. Wright returned wednesday from Arlington \ a., where she has been spending several months \ in the week pneumonia developed Able to leave the House since last fall. Which proved Fatai Early. The Fune the willing orders met with Raj was held tuesday afternoon the mrs. Lyman Barber last week and Rev. O. B. Wells officiating work was done for l. R. I Oung s the Community social held wednes family. Fred Stevens who underwent an Church to the veterans. Charles Broe has hired the Black Day evening was a Success. An inter Smith shop and will move his family Esting program consisting of readings into Auld Lang syne for the pres to a o at the business session there Wil der music there will be exercises by be a Roll Call and reports of county the school children and an address by officers followed by a demonstration Rev. J. J. Hutchinson. J. A. Pearson of a How to study the text Book by will be Marshall of the Day. The Barton auxiliary. Lunch will a served in the Church at noon. The afternoon session will open. 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 sum operation for appendicitis last week songs and recitations was enjoyed by ent. A has Deen very sick since pith pegu an. A Good number of the Nickel a special dispensation has been proprietors Pierce Monia. He is now slowly recovering. 8ijps were returned. It is expected printed the o e. To hold their Reg 1 mrs. Leri wild of Gaysville where that the remainder of them will come ular meeting june 4 instead of May it i Raj is visiting in before the end of the month so the 26, when past matrons and patrons r. Or. V. Iid is a. Who la aiucux.1 of will be realized a Njo it will be observed. 1 a. A a jul Ith her daughter mrs. C. C. Warner. A �15 �?�0 cords about three in i i 00root woo Ltd at in r Sid a a ,.in alis North of Newport. $8.50 ton Keith Hardwick. Is amp i a a a we ref a r1 rebuilt Ford to amp a isl a touring with starter 2 81 �tmk�1 tour nos. These cars to fir Quot v m Ood condition As they p a overhauled and paint Lawson Newport. 16tf wanted to buy or rent a Sec Cou pie ladies 35 cents Balcony vet ring from a severe operation Ond hand typewriter. Address t Laj 2 cents it War tax Wuh be a farm Bureau meet the a Iris of mrs. We s. Hibbard sing at the Hall Friday evening to Dis sunday school class gave her a birth cuss the Wool marketing proposition Day Surprise party on monday eve or. Emerson of Barton and other nine. A pleasant time was spent by speakers will be present to explain the girls and their teacher. The methods proposed Mer conferences by mrs. Kendrick and miss Leach. At 3 of clock in the afternoon a stereo Ticon lecture a the battalion of life a will be Given in the Gem theatre through the kindness of Tea amp Caron. Mrs. Nettie Baxer. Torrn let it one used Winton six a. Land one used Cole Road dlr the a compels me to Tats he i at a bargain. If in sul amp est that you act at drive fin7 Are.6are to be sold at an lae acre Ames garage derby__19-22 0r rent farm a Artif and Apple or Bawi water. Good House be rillor�?o5,v,two Miles from bar a cite on in Cutmore Road. Good of a Quot property. Also 180 Evan an Pas ure m. Wanted girl or woman for counter end Able work at once Normandy cafe carpenters it hos da5 Good capable men eight hour Day. Jervah amp Corkins Newport. 16tf wanted fresh eggs and poetry mondays at Orleans express station. E. Kelley. Orleans. 1 it of wanted Man for feed Mill at a Good a Yacc and Quot one. 21-22 k. Hutchinson. F of them. East Craftsbury Albany physicians fees. The undersigned physician find it necessary to establish the flt a lowing list of fees for office and Village Calls. A to minimum of $1.50 for office Calls $2.00 for Village Calta from 7 of clock a. To 8 p. M., a. _. A dog show was Given in newtons miss Maud Anderson is suffering monday night. With blood poisoning in her baud a number from Here attended the $250 for Village Calls from 8 of clock pm. And mrs. Morris Day of White exercises held at Craftsbury m to 7 a. Calls not in the Vil Field. N. He a Are visiting at Bert col Academy. La re will be the regular Village few k of Nashua n. There was a Large attendance at the picture show saturday night in plus 50 cents per mile for travel. Mrs. Mabel Runnell Sof Nashua Theresa sunday Niy mrs. Joseph t. West who has been a won shall is a the lost chord a these prices Wilf take effect May 21. Re fells will Quot be it log a. A veterans were att in old Home for a few weeks re and a comedy. A this neglected 1920.ablfto4 be present Thomas Marnock Ign de saturday to her Home in Joel Christie and Leander Scott. Rev. Cleveland. Adv. Miss Beatrice Denton who is work once. Work to night Man Barton. Remembered As miss Mabel a Oss and attended Barton Academy a num Ero Hute Hinson delivered an Excel mrs. Robert Young has been help ing for .cfrz7c. A. Chamberlin vis years ago. V no Iol frit to Init in Trio of kor Eiser Fra a. J i i a the Riverside Day May 28. Cases ii Fri Lent Quot Sermon paying special tribute to ing in the Home of her sister mrs. Item at her Home in North Wolcott school will close in trans and to the women who John Richardson for a few Days. Sunday wanted a Calfskin carcass and horse Lides Al a kinds of junk. L Solomon Ater st., Bart phones. Wanted Man and his wife to Workon fam. Will pay for right party or let to item part of the farm. L. R. Our f2jvp Glover. A pre memorial exer will be held in the evening at it Mcfarlane a 7 45 of clock to ?ft7dnts be friends Are cordially invited. Ice Cream will be Serr de. P. W. Cutting Bas sold the Large found a ans Quot a Pil Case on Road from naive tags Are non Friday. Owner charges by desc Bill and pay a a st. Frames Derby. 19-21 wanted several Good men in scythe atone Mill in Good wages will be we june while learning. Shau also 1st, several Good men of Pike mfg. Co., Evansville f. Ter _ factory Plant at Hardwick. It belonging to tel be Quot Mia 1w 20x30. Land 50 a a st by ask a Aea Tenen no thin half. A Nie Henhouse situated on his property on Horace pleasant Street. It has been Burke to de into three a tons and Homer Rushford. Arthur Tower Are moving them to their re up Active places. Or. And mrs. F. J. Janis were del v annual state meeting to he a to o f. And Rebekah of Vermont Heid in burls on week from the local orders. They w Ere copt pained by a or and the veterans and remained at Home. The Community Church was Well represented and there w0i0 Many former residents from Barton and Orleans present. Westmore Beebe has gone to East work for e. Darling. Mrs a l. Peene and Harry Bax Tien of Yonkers n. Y., Are in town. Reports received Here state that Rev. Wilbur Rand is married. Congratulations. Jackson has returned their aunt mrs. Brownlee is failing. Annua Woodmen memorial an extended account of the life service will be held sunday june 6th death and funeral service of John w. In die m. E. Church. Service at 1 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 to Westmore and her store is now of her daughter mrs. Will Ryan. V. Held in Burlington last week f the summer. The teachers training class were in Vermont held in Jac. Exercises at the Mill Burlington thursday and Friday. A _. I Crook schoolhouse Friday at 2.30 p. Or. And mrs. N. B. Williams vis Larabee and miss Eva Baxter. Adj Are cordially Mvi Ted. Item friends in Morrisville recently. Signed. E. Nichols j. Blake f. R. Hasting. Percy e. Buck m. F. Prime. Adv. Ing logs and has gone to West Glover to work in the Mill. O clock. Pre memorial services will be held in the m. E. Church sunday morning Migg a urge and other members of at 10.30 o clock. Everyone Welcome. Graduating Clase a pent a few Days i he pastor will preach. A recently. The burial service of mrs. Flan. A. Ders Mother of mrs. Harry Ducj Les or a old mrs. Merrill Courser of this Village was held sunday of Haverhill Are at the Home of their Ter noon at the Village cemetery. An brother. Will Courser. 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 school r Glover tit depot in Barton c a most of machinery is Cap tags gasoline of plan Plant furnish n please notify c. I Hardwick municipal pm e. R. ?~ear.k a a a a a a a Rhea electric Power. 19-22 Law it miscellaneous ice p and real es-8brov-/toc and Mutual com Bonds All kinds of Vil a a b13 one having Vil f w they wish to sell Cau a a a Baldom Barton. 39tf cheap electric put Fletcher we Odb Ury it. Mamea new Brook Knook nuut a a k Jyh. A us a in. Public school Ana aun aay school nil Ira Bee and miss Eva a m. All Are cordially Mvi Ted. Item friends in Mossville recently. Dren Rill assemble in the school n i r Chandler and guests b. A b Cobleigh of West Newport Rev. And mrs. E. R. Gordon visited House Yard at 10 of clock and March to Paul o Leonard Sargent All of d strict Highway commissioner was at c. Rowley a the last of the week the cemetery where the usual pro t a Oiin mas Are stopping at Chand a town Friday laying out state work. Hardy Merrill was Here from new Gram will take place. Then dinner dimmer Home at Glover for ten d Ujj. Hubbard of \ skirt to attend he pre memorial exer will be served at the m. E. Church Thev tried their Luck or. Ana Sanday with his Mother cases. Vestry. Children taking part in the Lerus summer a they tried their Luck get sunday with his Mother d�5 Cysul Lake mrd�>5 .�6 Hubl Ard. The Willow Gaby to the Beebe farm and or. And mrs. Rui dinners were served Sun Lyon it who have been at East dav�t1hotel Barton Many local peo Burke working for e. Darling Are Poine in and the comment was moving there pie got do Anna Goodsell the w Densmore of Sutton has favourably a a a the Job and the reps mrs a a the or. M e. Calk Tesho is decided in tease in a Pat she been a a time ten _ stenographer Ana Ter s place. Or. And mrs. Ber sister mrs. Goodw wanted. A and publish Ron age of everything in it jeez Mclaughlin. Bookkeeper for Penni k Hooks with Davenport Are a attract wills recent to double entry boo. Until or the bouaejirt5s Lincoln a Etc �s3 a to Fol a Undaton near the school As manager Ahing firm double time and Cost system position to right be son. Fetter stating up a Hunt amp co., inc., Barton. Permanent apply by 20tf cases. Vestry. Children taking part in the e. N. Randall who has been vis Prade will be Itier friends in Barton has returned ladies Are requested to bring food. At Home inend8 a to anon returned j m Sharpf Public by n. B. Williams was a business vis a a k ,�?~1 societies Are tor in Berkshire a Lake part of last . All patriotic a dem a. Week. Or. Fitch of st. Johnsbury was at the office of or. Eastern thursday to do dentistry. Charles Berry has just received the news that his brother William bergs who lived in Maine is dead. Charles Berry and son were in Hardwick the last of the week to attend the funeral of mrs. John Berry. Invited to be present. World War veterans please Wear uniforms. Address by the Rev. C. D. Pierce of Orleans. South Albany mrs. Hattie Patterson spent part of last week at the Home of her brother c. W. William. Elmer Douglass has finished saw mrs. Kate Miller has not been As Well the past week. My is Susie Miller of Irasburg is Here for a few Days. E. Church during the month of june the Sui Day services in the m. E. Church Wil be held at 10.30 a. A. Sunday school following the morning service. The pastors sect for next sunday will be a the parable of the Greensboro or. Hooker of Barre is at his summer cottage by the Lake. James Wilson is suffering a great Deal with his diseased foot. W. Ingalls returned from Boston the Middle of the week. Rev. Edwin Gordon was a business visitor in Hardwick saturday Ray Hall spent the week end with his sister mrs. Wilson in Hardwick continued on Page ten

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