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Page 6-The Journal Oplnion-Jmnnary 13, IHI Ill I I I I I I Stella Knapp E. Corinth ............ I Ill. 43,576,7. l)r. Frances Mass., on l)ec. 28. (In Dt.,. TJ IK&apos;l )n and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Olsen Retires and 30. their grandson. Todd I,arry Williams in Shelburn. Wo F([ ,i, H it was on July 1, 19F$ that llolhmd "-.and friend, Mark They returnedhomeJan.:l. I)r. Frances A. Olsen of Ilaigh of Medfield, Mass. The steeple lighting at the "llappiness will bloom each group each Wednesday at7:oo Philadelphia Pa, began her visited. church for this week is given day p.m. at the parsonage is most medical praclice at the Vailey New Year's Day their son by Mrs. Leo itutchinson in Forthosewhokeepinmind welcome. Ilealth ('enter in E. Corinth. and family, Mr. and Mrs. mcmory of her husband. That littlejoys make our lives Sunday School No' 23 years later on Dec. 31, ('lark Holland, David and Church Meeting The bright and sunny kind. Each Sunday the question is 1981.she retired. Todd of Medfieid, Mass. came The annual meeting of the it's the simple joys, the warm asked. "Are there any bir- There will bca retirement for a belated Christmas E. Corinth Untied Church of "hello" thdays?" If so the chi|d, or reception for Dr. Olsen gathering. Jan. 2 guests were Christ will be held in the The cheerful thought that children or teacher comes Jan, 17 from 2:00 to 5:00 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dudley p.m. in the Masonic tlall in E. of Canterbury, N,ll., and Mr. Corinth. Everyone is and Mrs. llarry llolhmd and welcome, sons of Nor'ich. tlealth Center trustees are Guests of the Rt@. and Mrs. I{ichard White on Jan. 3 were working to find a ,permanent do, ttor soon, In the interim his parents, Mr. and Mrs, btginning Jan. 19. Dr. Fred White, and his sisters, Osadchey of Bradford will be Mary Elizabeth White and Bill seeing patients at the Valley and Cindy Marine all of church vestry Jan 14 at 8:00 counts-- p.m. So here's wishing You thqse Joe llolland of Norwich, "little things" grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Bert In extra-large amounts'." ltolland of E. Corinth left Jan. W. Fairlee News 4 for Austria with the United New Year's Fee was the StatesSkiTeam. celebration of a very im- portant event, the 86th bir- thday of Vene Beebe. Those N Have rh i I I == who were there at her home to forward to place pennies or otht'r coins in "Pete the Pig," the amount representative of the number of years of age. The tlappy Birthday song is sung to those celebrating followed by the prayer, set to music, of "Make My Life What It Ought To Be. " As "l'cte'" becomes filled his ttealth (?enter Tuesday and Portsmouth, N.li. Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to News Brlefs neon. Appointments may be Frank Emerson who has made by caging 222-9317 and been a coronary patient at the asking for a Valley Health ('entral Vermont Hospital ('enter appointment, since Dec. 24 returned home Area Guests Jan. 5. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mrs. Freda Williams who ltolland during the week after has been a patienl at the Mary ('hristmas were her cousin, Fletcher ttospital in Mrs. Jane Eucalyptus and Burlington where she had a frienCL, Mr. and Mrs. Robert catarract operation then Tharaldson of W. ,Springfield, convalesced at the home of Piermonr .... New Year's Party problems and services with Eric Littlejohn reports that skill, understanding and he and his family, Kay and cooperation with the school Warren Burbank gave a New faculty and school board. Year's party attended by: Planning Board Mark Osgood, Bob Winn, A very small attendance at Sarah French, Jack Monahan, the hearing for a garage to be Cameron Prest, Annette constructed on his property by Hartley, Mona, Maureen and O T. Bradley heard his ex- MarleneCorliss. planation of his "low-key" Mrs. Elizabeth Grinnelle of plans. Because of lack of a Indian Pond was in town for quorum of the Planning Board the holidays, and other technicalities, no Robert A: Michenfelder is a decision could be made at this patient at Mary Hitehcock meeting. Another formal Hospital, recovering from a hearing on this petition will be heart attack, Dec. 28 held Jan 20. Oral History Kathy Martin Oakes, wife of Although there are no Dale Oakes, has been named Historieal Societymeetingsin assistant manager of the the winter, the oral history Hanover Bank and Trust tapings continue. It is hoped Company. that one citizen may be taped The art work of Barbara each week. Barbara Stevens, Michenfelder is on display at Robert Elder and Florence the Woodsville Guarantee Robbins have conducted the Trust Company, this month. tapings so far but anyone Joan Robie graduated from interested may volunteer his UNH in December, corn- services. One experienced law pleting her course in three and clerk has indicated her one-half years in Animal willingness to help. The Science and Animal equipment, owned by the Husbandry. Jenny Johuson society, is excellent, spent her Christmas holidays At the meeting of the with her mother. She is a Library Board of Trustees for student at UNH. Wendy January, it was apparent that (ood is returning to the new staff is copiltt senteafler Katharine BlaisdelL help her celebrate were a son 7874315 and daughter-in-law, Ken and ISth Anniversary Ginny Southworth : her Russell and Marge Page brother and sister-in-law celebrated their 15th wedding Alfred and Barbara Slack and anniversary at Miriam Lane's her sister and brother-in-law, on Sunday evening. Ruth and Jack Jackson. Roscoe-Blaisde]l was home ('ongratulations to a lovely for the weekend for ice ILda y. fishing. They got 100 perch Friends of Clara and a seven pound Northern Langerhans and Margie Pike. iticker will be happy to learn Ed Blaisdell went ice fishing that they now share Ihe same on Lake Memphremagog on room at the Terrace ltealth- Sunday, at a tenlperafure of tare (]nit. This move is an aid about 20 below and the wind Io their comfort and con- blowing. Hate to think what tenlment and a gratified wish t he wind chill factor was of hot h ladies. Full Recovery Ir _ , Maurice Tucker has made a V i't i . full recovery from his illness and is back with his favorite Mr. and Mrs. George Ricker people, the children on thc entertained in their mobile school bus. They are very home on Dec. 26 for a late happy. It seems the children Christmas Dinner. Ttteir have'been busy on his phone to children, grandchildren and ask him when he was retur- great-grandchildren attended, ning to them Twenty-six members were O'n Wednesday Dec. 30. present. Nine were unable to Pastor Cook initiated an ,tx- be there, posilory on the Apostle's Also present were Mrs. ('recd.-He continued on the Ralph Norton and Ann from following week. These have Wilder and Mrs. Vannah been mosl interesting and Kinney from Tunbridge. informalive lessons and Their grandson Gary promise to continue to be. The Rhodes, his wife, Randi and Aposlle's Creed is contained in three children from Castile, the Covenant of the W. Fairlee N.Y. spent the weekend with Congregational Church. them inVershire. Anyone wishing to join the S. Ryegate, ChurchChrlstmas her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I'any Roland Da niels. Approximately 15 members Glenn White flew from of the .church s .Junior choir London to spend the holidays were gwen a Christmas party with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dec. 21 at the home of their Hazen White. Glenn, after directors, Mrs. Jonathan earning his PhD in at- Ruppert, with Mrs. Marjorie mospheric science last uemmg, organist,  the contents are sent to the American leprosy Mission. This is the Sunday School Children's own Missionary Offering. llst Sunday, Jan. 6, Tisha Fiset was our first birthday celebrant of the New Year. We hope yours was a happy birth- day, Tisha. Esther llill with Maurice and I)edie Tucker were in Burlington last week for a belated Christ mas celebration with Ethel Cushman and .Iosc,,ph Nadeau. ' ,hick and Ruth Jackson parlicipated in several ('hrislmas activities. Their home base was Rutland, Mare+.. with Ruth's sister, Kathh,en Spence. Wednesday evening. Dec. 2,3, they enjoyed a family dinner at Wintiki Restaurant with brother t3radicy Slack, sister Kathleen and brother and sisler-in-law Alfred and Barbara Slack. On Thursday Ruth and Jack atlended ()pen ltouse at the Industrial Plant in Worcester where both were employed prior to reliring to Vermont. There they joyed fellowship with old friends and fellow employees of many years. They had the pleasure of being with friends from the per- sonnel department and the phmt hospital at a delicious Lee Dawley M-3f, SS Andreoletti, after which Mrs. Foraker returned home and Lydia stayed on for a week. Winona Sulham had Christmas dinner with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Suiham, Wells River. Tricia and Tracy Phelps. W. Waits River Mrs. Clinton 8awye, Na tiv Ity Scene The bright shining lights on the sparkling snow seemed to create a real Christmas season this year. The Nativity Scene in front of the church was lighted each evening during the holiday season, thanks to our young people. Parties everywhere. On Saturday evening Dec. 19 Mrs. June Spooner was hostess to her family for their annual Christmas celebration and tree at Fellowship Hall. Attending were 12 of her children, wives or husbands, 24 grandchildren, vine great. grandchildren and 16 guests from. Topsham, Corinth, Barre, Bradford, S. Ryegate, White River Jet., where he Chelsea, and Blackland, wiil undergo hip surgery. Mass., as well as rby. The Miss Nancy and Deborah youngest to attend was Aron Blanchard vacationed the past Spooner, two weeks of age, son month at the home of their of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo parents, the Jack Blanchards. Spooner. Blackland, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Herman One daughter was unable to be and family spent the holidays present, visiting relatives in Riverside Grange Massachusetts. Hid'ah Beiard Lisbon ,,, =...= returned to the Rupperts to exchange gifts and have 435-5445 refreshments  which included Riverside Grange met apples made into Santa Wednesday evening Jan. 6, at Clauses by the Iadies Aid). the Roland Clement home for Attendance at the post- their regular meeting and Christmas church service reports. Dec. 27 plummeted to 25 from Reports were given on the a pre-Christmas high Dec. 20 Youth Program, Subordinate of loft the result of the dif- and Pomona Grange Party terence, apparently, between and Home Economies. having and not having A CPR course is being children "up front" being planned for this spring. $139. appreciated by parents and was received from the Thrift other adults "down below." Shop as our share in a com- Fifteen poinsettias, given by munity project. Marion Diemond in memory The next regular meeting of Wilma Doe, after being will be Jan. 20 at which time appreciated by church-goers the three to four degrees will the two Sundays before be conferred. Christmas, were distributed William Gendron is a by Ladies Aid to shut-ins. patient at the V.A. Hospital, Area Visiting Winnie Pineo spent Christmas with her daughter and family, Mr. andMrs. J.C. Harding, Sudbury, Mass. Prior to that. she went to Boston. where Mrs. Harding had the degree of M.Ed. conferred upon her by Wheelock College. Mrs. Harding continues to be the direcier of the pre-school program at Lincoin-Sudbury lligh School. a program which A.V.S.C. Celebrate by Ruth Whitcomb. will soon expand to include January Birthdays The ham-escailoped- day-care service for the On Jan. 6. 47 members and potatoes, salad, rolls, birthday school's high school teachers. thrce guests attended the cake dinner catered by the Rodney and Carmen Jordan Ammonoosuc Valley Senior Shells drew much praise. The hosted a well-attended open Citizen Club neeting at the following then drew door house and Christmas party Lisbon Town ttali, prizes: E. Poor, D. Whitcomb, De<.,. 19 at their new home. Guests included Everett M. Lyric, S. Casey, B. Theme, Mr and Mrs. James Poorwhoshowedgreatslides; F. Landry, E, White, F. Arnesky and family have left Mary Furrier of Woodsville; Gosselin, R. Heath, M. to spend the holidays with and the President's daughter- Marcoux, B. Presby, and P. Mrs. Arnosky's parents in in-law Beverly Presby. Due to Clark. The showing of slides lancaster. Pa. illness or being away, several by Everett Poor was much Mary Frost had as her birthday celebrants were appreciated -- many e/them guests for Christmas Dinner. absent, including Earl Barrett being recognized by alert Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Frost of who will be 92 on Jan. 14. Seniors. town, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin ttowever, Mr. Barrett was Nexl week. Jan. 13, it was Frost and CharIcs Frost of taken an attractive tray of decided to have Game Day, Barre. fruit, cards, and birthday with prizes needed; and the Mr. and Mrs. James White cake. Steila Barrett also lunch will be in charge of Ida and five children of Chicago celebrates. (; ray, are sponding the holidays with It was suggested that some :Falrlee members might want to send t l ' I' Mrs. Ida Finley birthday greetings for her 88th birthday Mrs. David Flower has on Jan. 8. in care of the returned from a trip to Rome. Morrison Nursing Home. Italy, where she met her Whitefield. Reports from husband for the Christmas Catherine McGregor were holidays. While there, they tlmt she is quite confined to took in the sights of Rome, as I 1 welcome. Robert Madduck, stationed al Ft. Stewart, Ga., spent Christmas and New Year's with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. it,dlerl Maddock. the British Meteorology Office that he is using to pursue further studies at the University of Reading. Rose Gandin. who will be or was) 80-plus years young Jan. 11. has. since Thanksgiving, been staying with her son, Remo Gandin, P.O. Box 775, North Falmouth, Mass. 02556. Mrs. Norman Bone and Walter Bone went to Colchesler Jan. 6 to attend the funeral of her niece, Lois ( Mrs. ilenry) Brock, daughter of Mrs Bone's sister, Beulah Miller. Richard Fraser was in Cottage liospital for two days as a medical patient just hefore Christmas. Winnie Frost's daughter, 1,ucinda Black Westfield. Mass.. came to get her Dec. 30 Io take her back for a delayed ('hristmas held at her son Dclbert's Jan. 2. This was a delayed Christmas because of the delayed leaves which Mrs. Frost's two grandsons had from their respective bran- ches of the service. Lance Corporal Kenneth Frost, aftgr serving one year as a Marine on Okinawa, will be returning to duty at Camp Pendleton, San Diego, Calif. Airman 1st ('lass Stephen Black will be returning to his duly at Luring Air Force Base. Limestone. Me. Mrs. Clifford llalch had Christmas Dinner with her daughler and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Puffer, Wells River, after which she had as her supper guests Mr. and Mrs. Clifford llatch. Jr. and son Glenn of Randniph Center and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ilatch and family of town. Mrs, l)orma Foraker and daughter Lydia of Northland, Conn.. spent Christmas weekend with Mrs. Foraker's parcnls. Mr. and Mrs. Libero Mrs, Esther Johnsm 3:L'I-9"/tM and cnnkies were enjoyed. The following awards were given: Bob cat - Jason Weingart, Kevin Hill. Jeff ttebh. Jason Aldrich. and Chris Donnelly. I{obert Stone received his Phelps. Doris McLam's grandson, Danny Keith, spent the bet- ween-the-holidays Tuesday with her. relinquishing his privilege in favor of his brother and sister, Tommy and Debbie, who visited on the following Thursday. All three are the children of Mr. and Mrs David Keith of N. Haverhill. Warren Stewart, a former resident now living in Con- necticut, recently visited his sister. Mrs. James Keith, of town. Cedric Smith went to spend Christmas week with his sister, Natalie Drew, and family, Wallingford. All of the Zambous got together for a Christmas Eve buffet al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Severino Zambon: the itobert Zambons of town, the Peter Zambons of Littleton, plus Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Hannon and grandson Troy f'ronl Georgia. Topsham ...=_...__Gertrude Hedge 439-5422 Mr. and Mrs. Seymore l;rown have returned from a trip through the Mid-West and ( ';I na(l;t. Mr. and Mrs. ,]ames Ord- xzty and daughter Lynda and granddaughters visited at the lmme of Mrs lea Lou Welch on .dorday. Mr. and Mn.'s. Willimn Ilodge (.nl(,rtained im New Year's Eve neighbors and family. Mr. and Mrs Lurch Williams have moved to their new I)nw in ('alais. Topsha m Church Meeting Announcenienl was made of Ihe annual meeting of the 'i'opslmnl ('hurch which will Ix, held on Monday, Jan. 18. at a:(M) in the vttry of the chnrcli. Iitiuesl was made IIml annual reporls Ix., in to the imslor by Tuesday to bc in- ch,h,d in the Annual Report. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Smith haw, moved into their new Imnw in town. The children of fix, community enjoyed a ('hristmas wwalion this past teek from their studies at her home. well as touring through the The Secretary's and italian cotmtryside. Treasurer's report were Mrs. Joseph Alger is a accepted, with a fine donation patient at the Mary Hitchcock being received. There were 28 Memorial Ilospital, Hanover, at the Bhxd Pressure Clinic N.II. with one new this week. The The Community Circle will Ick sisters. Carrie Parkerof nv! at the home of Mrs. Littleton. and Mrs. Pappas of James Bagiey on Wednesday, Manchester have all ex- Jan. 13at 7:30p.m. pressed their thanks for the The Federated Bible Class lalprobes Also Mrs. Vera will resume its meetings on presents for the boy's mothers Marshall 94) of Littleton was Thursday, Jan. 14at7:30p.m., were made. as well as tree Ihrilled to n afghan crocheted ;it Mr. Rall01t H's. All are ormtmenis, and hot chocolate Matthew Bennett. of New Wolf badge. (me Gold Arrow York City spent several days point, and two Silver Arrow at the home of Mr. and Mrs. points. Herberl llodge during the Mr. and Mrs Richard Christmas holiday. Walker and son Matthew Area Cub Scouts visited Mr. Walker's nieces in Wendell Woodward, Pack Manchester. Vt. during the Master of Cub Scouts Pack 36, weekend. reported that the December meeting was a Christmas meeting. Carols were sung, GOLDEN GLEAMS Though my mouth be dumb my heart shall thank you. .Nldmlu Rowe. l ;nion :if; Mrs. Marie Jeweil. daughlcrs. Jt.,ssie and l'aula ;rod grandson. Mr. an(l Mrs. ;(,,sh,y Jewcil Jr.. were at the t?,'eh.h llome during this past X+, I ' 'k NOTF. & COMIHNT8 Complete accuracy is im- posalbne in the judging of beauty contests. N Barbara Sumner i 3334477 lunciwon served by the nurses of that department. Christmas Eve they at- tended a Candlelight Service at Natick Methodist Church of which Ruth's daughter and husband, Charles and Jeanne Mabey and family are mcmhers. Christmas was a quiet day with the Mabeys. On Saturday the 26th the anntml family gathering was held. Members were there from Worcester, Mass.. Fremont, N.It. and Stuttgart, Ark. That evening Jack and Ruth returned to Rutland and on Sunday they enjoyed another Christmas gathering. This time of celebration was with Jack's family; his daughter Pamela and gran- ddaughter Michaela; and Jack's son Paul with his wife Marianne with P.J. and David. Family ties are precious. What a wonderful time for so many to enjoy. Vena Beebe has been a busy lady: Following her birthday party was a visit from Dwight's granddaughter Mrs. Palty Rumrill of Holden, Mass. With her were her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Keith from Nor- Ihboro, Mass. They spent most of Saturday afternoon with her. She certainly celebrated Ihe New Year. Birthday Party A birthday party for Maxine Hoistngton was held at the home of John and Charlene Bourgeois on Sunday, Jan. 3. Max was very happy that her mother, children and gran- dchildren were there to make the celebration atime of joy. Those atlending were Richard and Cynthia Fraser with 2 children, Dennis and Cheryl Tabor, Ads Tatro, and Freeman and Maxine Hoisington with Steve and Tim. Richard Tatro joined the group for cake and ice cream later in the afternoon. Maxine was able to blow out all her candles much to the delight of her 5 grandchildren ! A Pre-Christmas Dinner of Ihe Clark Family was held on Sunday, Dec, 20 at the home of l)an and Verna Roberts. Sixteen members were present. Then, on Christmas Night home. II was a buffel dinner but can you believe that 33 members sat down together? iiow lucky can you be, especially on holidays, to behmg Io a large family? Auxiliary Group The planned meeting of interested people concerning an auxiliary group to the W. Fairlee Volunteer Fire ('ompany was held Wed- nesday evening, Jan. 6. at the Fire Station. The Ladies Auxiliary was organized. ('onmdttees arc Io be formed front a lisl of volunteers. Offk'crs are to be elected at a later dale. The Fire Fighters Training School, to be held in Fairlce. consists of 15 weekly clas,,s each Monday night and bcgius Jan. ! I. For any further information m,tied please phone Mrs. l)aniel (Verna) Roberts or Mrs Bruce (gloria Mann. Let's go, gals ! Specia I Celebration Another very happy group gathered for a Christmas ceicl)ralion al lhe home of ('lifford and Iris Thurston on I)ec. ;. I I was a Ward and Thm.'stml family combination and the cenler of allenlion was 87-year old grandmother Mary Ward. Clifford Thurston had brought her to their home frmn the Mayo Memorial i{esidencc Ilome in Nor- thfieh|. Vt. Their day included a h'aditinnal Christmas Dinner and an exchange of gifts at the t I'll' Sunday Schoof Celebration On Wednesday evening, Dec. 23, the Sunday School children with their parents and friends commemorated the birth of Christ in a simple impressive service of scrip- tures with approxpriate hymns and carols to ac- company them. The children sang special music. A candlelight service followed and the children closed the service with a prayer set to music. The evening was concluded with the exchange of gifts and a Christmas Party. Peter Willard, a former pastor of the W. Fairlae Congregational Church was a guest on Thursday, Dec. 17, of Mrs. Maurice Stunner. He visited Mrs. Vena Beebe of Middle Brook on Friday, also friends in Barre and Roxbury before returning to Maine on Friday night. Peter is a Director of Chop Point Christian Youth Camp in Woolwlch, Me. W e n two rt hlll00i00ii00ulllarcella Hoffmt /( Town Topics called back to his job in E:3 Michael Deutseh, after Hoosick Falls, N.Y. Steven escaped drowning spending the new year's Davis is now patrolman, summer is now at holiday here, has returned to Planning Board making much Notes towards recovery. She does his base at Milington, Tenn., where he is studying elec- Local residents will have the the hospital once a week therapy and therapists tronics. He is the son of opportunity of seeing the new to her home to treat her. Conrad and Irene Deutsch of flood plain map which will be Route 25. on display at a planning boat'd able now to hold her head and to eat some food Candy Ports is working in meeting in the Town Hall on herself. the office m the New Hamp- Monday, Jan. 18 at 7:00 p.m. Awards shire Music Festival in Center This map will show flood Seven young people Harbor. The festival will zones, flood plains and Wentworth received observe its 13th anniversary floodways. Representatives of at the recent 16th this year. the National Flood Insurance Awards Ceremony of Barbara Lech returned on program will be present to Sunday from Valley Stream, explain emergency Royal Eagles in They were: Capt. Jack N.Y., where her father is management and to answer meia who was awarded Joseph seriously ill. questions concerning the flood best Royal Eagle member ! School Budget agency. The School Board has been Anyone wishing to serve 1981 Award as well as a fit Rye year Perfect Attendant working on its 1982-1983 with the Planning Board is award, a backup drum aw budget and will have it ready urged to get in touch with Bob and the title of t Mr ana- for presentation after a little Muzzey, president, or any Congeniality. were'su'p-[ 'revision. member. Sgt. Colleen Hutchins evenin r Snowmobile Club Local Recording was named best Flag Carl'Mrs I-I,,,' The Baker River Made received a two-year Pea'f# Mr/'an Snowmobile Club will hold a Debbie Meek and David Attendance award. .elson ho, St. Valentine's Day Dance on Colburn this week finished a Capt. Lynn Evans receivve Pot L Saturday evening, Feb. 13 at studio recording of a cassette a Back-up Drum Major aw.aollowing 7:00 in the school gym. with songs for children bet- and a three-year Perfers. Frem B.Y.O.B. Tickets at $4.00 each ween the ages of seven and 13. Attendance award. I vlrs. Willi can be obtained at Shawnee's, Two Wentworth children, A four year Perfers. Ed the Post Office or from any Michael Codaire and Katie Attendance award wentto nd Mrs E member. The Country Cummings, sing with them on John Cormeia and a threpnd Mrs Treakerswill play four songs. The Casette was year Attendance award Wnd Mrs. New Police Chief made partly in a Blue Hill, to Mark Evans. [Mr. and M Clint Hutchins was recently Me., Studio and partly in Cpl. Raylene Hutchins aIr. and- appointed police chie to fill Hanover. It will be on sale in Cpl. Kim Hutchins wqhester -M the vacancy caused when the area in about six weeks, awarded two-year Perf-eonard officer Jack Van der Kaar was Selyna Puffer who narrowly Attendance honors. ]Perkins' Eleanor Barroagim Websier Bteven ' BI Codnth I 4.TI-57 Library Notes yark, N. w s ius*Mla)rise A book drop a  . d the On Christmas Eve Edah and hotline. Saturday, Jan. 2. The giftopll gift to Gifford Sevene were in CrossCountrySkiers, Alison anonymous giver, itst)a:?t3is;aUPC Bradford where they attended Dickey of Vassar College and the wedding of their niece Jefferson Heights, N.Y., the library porch. Boo ls ehus Laurice Appleton to Samuel joined by her pal Deborah be put rote it at any time. a o brou New books at the libr/'arewell Magoon at the home of the Moore )f Reed College, include: Regional the i-lbccasion. bride's parents, Sylvia and Portland, Oregon, Manhattan, Guide to Industrial  Mr. and Ernest Appleton on Wnght's N.Y., and Ding Dung House chasing, a reference b:e t m Mountain. were oblivious to the scenic which tells where to  " mas Those who enjoyed a vistas of our W. Corinth hills everything in eastern lrs... Leon delicious Christmas Dinner at as they hotly debated Watkin's the home of Irene and Mike iatest-effort-s. England; Hotel New HhPngfi.eld Ricker were their three Agnes Carrier's year long pshire by John Irving;  ey Jome Love by Joyce Maynard; lamily n children Mr. and Mrs planning resulted in givingW. Glitter Done by Joseltewarts,., . Kendall Sanborn and three Corinth a lasting memory of a Wambaugh. Vughter a children of Newbury; Mr. and Christmas lighting spec- Congregational Church r. Jam. Mrs. Michael Ricker and two tacular. Each window sported Services at the Wentw om children of Riverton: and Mr. a wreath of red and green Congregational Chuk, M and Mrs. William Ricker and lights nd garlands of m'een Ihree children of S. Ryegate; and red lights framecl the conducted bysupplymlr for the time beintl. - .m.g, j Ernest Radcliffe of Bradford colooial front door. Every They will be he!d in rs. ,tero was also present, room inside was prettily church at the usual hme, t0:ranoaug Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bigg decorated for the holidays, a.m. Pauline Stiles is r. and of Chester, Mass., spent the The Klein House and Christmas holidays with their Windswept Acres along with organist. ..r.om ,M1 Sunday School will conummgey ats daughter's family Pastor and several other homes added to from 10:00toll:30a.m.,PatdcLure. Mrs. Stephen Palmer andfour the glow in our little corn- Hutchin's acting  Matthew children, nmnity with holiday candles superintendent. Working w]vernight Relatives who met at the and lights shining forth from her as teachers are M[lti, 2, of iullttml,l "- Bro4tL. Get Debbie Emmery, and Shaordon Tt Perkins" stz Year's Eve dinner were their ('nrinth congregated early one daughter's family--Lynnand snowy morning with shovels; Sanborn. Paul Putney and son; Mr. and chains and plenty of"push" to I J4ff J..,,.,--.-- _ +_J,ind Mrs. Mrs. Boynton Sair Jr. all of propel Dina DuBoise, her Dractrora00ar00ya00'00; Barre; also Craig home for daughter Deborah and friend Vlrglinla Bedelhte d t vacation from Western New Alison on their start back to mm=m 435-57/ednesday England College in New York City after the skiing Springfield, Mass. vacation spent at the Ding Dean Larrabee and S neh at tl W. Corinth Dung tlouse. Bagley drove to Best yed watc The latest entertainment in A frozen turkey was given a Christmas Day to pick up F. e slopes. W. Corinth is calling Tom sled ride from the freezer at JenLarrabee. Hewashome Francist Watkin's new answering Windwept Acres down the days -- returning to Po, nd Mr. machine. Very local weather Cookeville road to the Klein smouth, Vs., where his sbaggarty reporls, unseasonal zucchini Ilouse the other day. Doris the America, is docked u .iif', we Wednesda! tips, old Iranian news pulled the custom-made sled, April. Ind Mrs. } broadcasts and other unex- fashioned from two ancien' Legion and Auxlliary peeled messages greet the wooden skis found in the attic, The American Legion  lahter i d Marc unsuspecting caller. Long while John "mushed" from Auxiliary met at the hall J! it h therv winter evenings are spent behind, llowever, he was 5 for their meeting. Theth! around the fire composing observed riding the rear girls who went to All State i rn for o return messages. As word runners when Doris wasn't past year spoke. They w !re and, f spreads southward a trend looking. The trek was corn- Ann Ford, MarrissaFather )ther gue= Y's Christ sqns {O he appearing even in pleted in due lime with much and Louise Plante. aUghter Bradford Brownies anet Ha New Jersey to call the Watkin hilarity. On Jan. 6, ten young la , ry,. aren ar Isabel Whitney were investitured in Iiddlebur S. Newbu .... , m,-.+, Brownies by their lea Selenda Grow is one of the mas! The neighbors showered Juanita Shearer. They  turned singing group from the North him with gifts of goodies (but Alison Bush, Deni veningoft Country Chorus taking part in no lemon cream cookies) and Bouchard, Sammantha the medieval dinner coneert at Io crown everything, his Becky Cushman, Lena the Monroe Town Hall on favorite cabin person sent him Janice Hazen, Amy Saturday. The singers will his portrait embroidered with nell, Crystal Pushee, ar sing madrigals attired in intricate stitches and with his Tillotson, and N, medieval costumes as the full name on it. It is a stunning Trudeau. Each received boar's head and other viands likeness and is on display at Brownie pin. are paraded, the So. Newbury Post Office.  the chun Tony Rathburn has returned In the Christmas mail came were: U. S. Flag, to UVM. Doreen Scott will be news that Alysun Deckert of Hazen; Brownie Flag, going back to school at Salina, Kansas. who has Therrien; Brownie Cohleskil, N.Y., after her stayed several different Tammy Melendy; lrN[ Christmas vacation, summers at Sleepers Meadow Gold, Crystal Pushee; Mrs. RichardSwensonanda and is now a sophomore in Billie Joe Tro group from the Newbury high school, was fastest Friday the 15, Brownies Woman's Club have plans for runner in her class in Kansas. Girl Scouts will start a smorgasbord tobeheidJan. She had a lot of running their annual cookie ordef ,lo in aid of the repair of the practice around the meadows be delivered in March. Methodist Church roof in below Peter Cole's barn. They have two weeks Newbury. lcki Smith and Mindy which to take orders. Mr. and Mrs. David Imhoff Ilaubrich skied at Ascutney chairman is Phylis Russ. and Ben have moved into the Saturday, and with Jeffrey apartmenl at The Shauger llaubrich on Sunday. Irene SENIOR CITIZENS house. Croteau and Becki Smith have LUNCIIEON Isabel Whitney spent the been skiing several times BRADFORD Senior Citi hmg New Year's weekend these last two weeks. Doreen Luncheons are held with her aunt, PersisJohnson, Scott and:her sister, Debbie Friday at the Ox in Pomfrel. Erb. went skiing at Cannon Vocational Center servin.g tMI7 Sylvesler was surprised. Mountain Wednesday. '11:45 a.m. For reserveti# lie had a wonderful Christ- ca11222-4782. Warren . , , FloydR.i Snow, snow, Snow snowing very hard, the One does not think a  * Snow, snow, snow; it seems temperature is 28 degrees, problem at this time of Yd everytime you peek out the Methodist Church but the selectmen in the ss window it is snowing again. The Methodist Church will towns hereabouts are_  176 The snow banks along the hold their meetings from new reminded that come JUlYL .,. highway are so high you can on in the Veslry, as this is 1982. there will  no barely see a vehicle passing heated all the time: we will open burning in an.y  net" me 01i0 by. Great care will be needed' save oil and money by not dumps, as,.=:. --= ----'--" Io prevent accidents at in- having to heat the sanctuary, Bureau, a?dhet? Air pol lerseclions as one cannot see but don't let this keep you Board of ate. It se U over the snow bank. The road from church, this is d federal law, so I U Ir boys are doing a wonderful job We are sorry to learn that reds push the states an: keeping up wilh il, bul it is a choir director Nancy Bumford states push the towns ! cosily project, llowever; it has been obliged to leave this/compliancy with the law- I r  II d<ws make work, thus helps post for a while because of Each town new is allowe  m I he economy. There is two feet throat problems, we'll miss clean upthedumpbybrl Yo_ul'o.nl Io Iwo and one-half feet in the you, Nancy. one day per week, ano)i [or pic wonds. Ihis is Monday and it is Open Bunting (please turn to page 2 + i Page 6-The Journal Oplnion-Jmnnary 13, IHI Ill I I I I I I Stella Knapp E. Corinth ............ I Ill. 43,576,7. l)r. Frances Mass., on l)ec. 28. (In Dt.,. TJ IK'l )n and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Olsen Retires and 30. their grandson. Todd I,arry Williams in Shelburn. Wo F([ ,i, H it was on July 1, 19F$ that llolhmd "-.and friend, Mark They returnedhomeJan.:l. I)r. Frances A. Olsen of Ilaigh of Medfield, Mass. The steeple lighting at the "llappiness will bloom each group each Wednesday at7:oo Philadelphia Pa, began her visited. church for this week is given day p.m. at the parsonage is most medical praclice at the Vailey New Year's Day their son by Mrs. Leo itutchinson in Forthosewhokeepinmind welcome. Ilealth ('enter in E. Corinth. and family, Mr. and Mrs. mcmory of her husband. That littlejoys make our lives Sunday School No' 23 years later on Dec. 31, ('lark Holland, David and Church Meeting The bright and sunny kind. Each Sunday the question is 1981.she retired. Todd of Medfieid, Mass. came The annual meeting of the it's the simple joys, the warm asked. "Are there any bir- There will bca retirement for a belated Christmas E. Corinth Untied Church of "hello" thdays?" If so the chi|d, or reception for Dr. Olsen gathering. Jan. 2 guests were Christ will be held in the The cheerful thought that children or teacher comes Jan, 17 from 2:00 to 5:00 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dudley p.m. in the Masonic tlall in E. of Canterbury, N,ll., and Mr. Corinth. Everyone is and Mrs. llarry llolhmd and welcome, sons of Nor'ich. tlealth Center trustees are Guests of the Rt@. and Mrs. I{ichard White on Jan. 3 were working to find a ,permanent do, ttor soon, In the interim his parents, Mr. and Mrs, btginning Jan. 19. Dr. Fred White, and his sisters, Osadchey of Bradford will be Mary Elizabeth White and Bill seeing patients at the Valley and Cindy Marine all of church vestry Jan 14 at 8:00 counts-- p.m. So here's wishing You thqse Joe llolland of Norwich, "little things" grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Bert In extra-large amounts'." ltolland of E. Corinth left Jan. W. Fairlee News 4 for Austria with the United New Year's Fee was the StatesSkiTeam. celebration of a very im- portant event, the 86th bir- thday of Vene Beebe. Those N Have rh i I I == who were there at her home to forward to place pennies or otht'r coins in "Pete the Pig," the amount representative of the number of years of age. The tlappy Birthday song is sung to those celebrating followed by the prayer, set to music, of "Make My Life What It Ought To Be. " As "l'cte'" becomes filled his ttealth (?enter Tuesday and Portsmouth, N.li. Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to News Brlefs neon. Appointments may be Frank Emerson who has made by caging 222-9317 and been a coronary patient at the asking for a Valley Health ('entral Vermont Hospital ('enter appointment, since Dec. 24 returned home Area Guests Jan. 5. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mrs. Freda Williams who ltolland during the week after has been a patienl at the Mary ('hristmas were her cousin, Fletcher ttospital in Mrs. Jane Eucalyptus and Burlington where she had a frienCL, Mr. and Mrs. Robert catarract operation then Tharaldson of W. ,Springfield, convalesced at the home of Piermonr .... New Year's Party problems and services with Eric Littlejohn reports that skill, understanding and he and his family, Kay and cooperation with the school Warren Burbank gave a New faculty and school board. Year's party attended by: Planning Board Mark Osgood, Bob Winn, A very small attendance at Sarah French, Jack Monahan, the hearing for a garage to be Cameron Prest, Annette constructed on his property by Hartley, Mona, Maureen and O T. Bradley heard his ex- MarleneCorliss. planation of his "low-key" Mrs. Elizabeth Grinnelle of plans. Because of lack of a Indian Pond was in town for quorum of the Planning Board the holidays, and other technicalities, no Robert A: Michenfelder is a decision could be made at this patient at Mary Hitehcock meeting. Another formal Hospital, recovering from a hearing on this petition will be heart attack, Dec. 28 held Jan 20. Oral History Kathy Martin Oakes, wife of Although there are no Dale Oakes, has been named Historieal Societymeetingsin assistant manager of the the winter, the oral history Hanover Bank and Trust tapings continue. It is hoped Company. that one citizen may be taped The art work of Barbara each week. Barbara Stevens, Michenfelder is on display at Robert Elder and Florence the Woodsville Guarantee Robbins have conducted the Trust Company, this month. tapings so far but anyone Joan Robie graduated from interested may volunteer his UNH in December, corn- services. One experienced law pleting her course in three and clerk has indicated her one-half years in Animal willingness to help. The Science and Animal equipment, owned by the Husbandry. Jenny Johuson society, is excellent, spent her Christmas holidays At the meeting of the with her mother. She is a Library Board of Trustees for student at UNH. Wendy January, it was apparent that (ood is returning to the new staff is copiltt senteafler Katharine BlaisdelL help her celebrate were a son 7874315 and daughter-in-law, Ken and ISth Anniversary Ginny Southworth : her Russell and Marge Page brother and sister-in-law celebrated their 15th wedding Alfred and Barbara Slack and anniversary at Miriam Lane's her sister and brother-in-law, on Sunday evening. Ruth and Jack Jackson. Roscoe-Blaisde]l was home ('ongratulations to a lovely for the weekend for ice ILda y. fishing. They got 100 perch Friends of Clara and a seven pound Northern Langerhans and Margie Pike. iticker will be happy to learn Ed Blaisdell went ice fishing that they now share Ihe same on Lake Memphremagog on room at the Terrace ltealth- Sunday, at a tenlperafure of tare (]nit. This move is an aid about 20 below and the wind Io their comfort and con- blowing. Hate to think what tenlment and a gratified wish t he wind chill factor was of hot h ladies. Full Recovery Ir _ , Maurice Tucker has made a V i't i . full recovery from his illness and is back with his favorite Mr. and Mrs. George Ricker people, the children on thc entertained in their mobile school bus. They are very home on Dec. 26 for a late happy. It seems the children Christmas Dinner. Ttteir have'been busy on his phone to children, grandchildren and ask him when he was retur- great-grandchildren attended, ning to them Twenty-six members were O'n Wednesday Dec. 30. present. Nine were unable to Pastor Cook initiated an ,tx- be there, posilory on the Apostle's Also present were Mrs. ('recd.-He continued on the Ralph Norton and Ann from following week. These have Wilder and Mrs. Vannah been mosl interesting and Kinney from Tunbridge. informalive lessons and Their grandson Gary promise to continue to be. The Rhodes, his wife, Randi and Aposlle's Creed is contained in three children from Castile, the Covenant of the W. Fairlee N.Y. spent the weekend with Congregational Church. them inVershire. Anyone wishing to join the S. Ryegate, ChurchChrlstmas her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I'any Roland Da niels. Approximately 15 members Glenn White flew from of the .church s .Junior choir London to spend the holidays were gwen a Christmas party with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dec. 21 at the home of their Hazen White. Glenn, after directors, Mrs. Jonathan earning his PhD in at- Ruppert, with Mrs. Marjorie mospheric science last uemmg, organist,  the contents are sent to the American leprosy Mission. This is the Sunday School Children's own Missionary Offering. llst Sunday, Jan. 6, Tisha Fiset was our first birthday celebrant of the New Year. We hope yours was a happy birth- day, Tisha. Esther llill with Maurice and I)edie Tucker were in Burlington last week for a belated Christ mas celebration with Ethel Cushman and .Iosc,,ph Nadeau. ' ,hick and Ruth Jackson parlicipated in several ('hrislmas activities. Their home base was Rutland, Mare+.. with Ruth's sister, Kathh,en Spence. Wednesday evening. Dec. 2,3, they enjoyed a family dinner at Wintiki Restaurant with brother t3radicy Slack, sister Kathleen and brother and sisler-in-law Alfred and Barbara Slack. On Thursday Ruth and Jack atlended ()pen ltouse at the Industrial Plant in Worcester where both were employed prior to reliring to Vermont. There they joyed fellowship with old friends and fellow employees of many years. They had the pleasure of being with friends from the per- sonnel department and the phmt hospital at a delicious Lee Dawley M-3f, SS Andreoletti, after which Mrs. Foraker returned home and Lydia stayed on for a week. Winona Sulham had Christmas dinner with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Suiham, Wells River. Tricia and Tracy Phelps. W. Waits River Mrs. Clinton 8awye, Na tiv Ity Scene The bright shining lights on the sparkling snow seemed to create a real Christmas season this year. The Nativity Scene in front of the church was lighted each evening during the holiday season, thanks to our young people. Parties everywhere. On Saturday evening Dec. 19 Mrs. June Spooner was hostess to her family for their annual Christmas celebration and tree at Fellowship Hall. Attending were 12 of her children, wives or husbands, 24 grandchildren, vine great. grandchildren and 16 guests from. Topsham, Corinth, Barre, Bradford, S. Ryegate, White River Jet., where he Chelsea, and Blackland, wiil undergo hip surgery. Mass., as well as rby. The Miss Nancy and Deborah youngest to attend was Aron Blanchard vacationed the past Spooner, two weeks of age, son month at the home of their of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo parents, the Jack Blanchards. Spooner. Blackland, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Herman One daughter was unable to be and family spent the holidays present, visiting relatives in Riverside Grange Massachusetts. Hid'ah Beiard Lisbon ,,, =...= returned to the Rupperts to exchange gifts and have 435-5445 refreshments  which included Riverside Grange met apples made into Santa Wednesday evening Jan. 6, at Clauses by the Iadies Aid). the Roland Clement home for Attendance at the post- their regular meeting and Christmas church service reports. Dec. 27 plummeted to 25 from Reports were given on the a pre-Christmas high Dec. 20 Youth Program, Subordinate of loft the result of the dif- and Pomona Grange Party terence, apparently, between and Home Economies. having and not having A CPR course is being children "up front" being planned for this spring. $139. appreciated by parents and was received from the Thrift other adults "down below." Shop as our share in a com- Fifteen poinsettias, given by munity project. Marion Diemond in memory The next regular meeting of Wilma Doe, after being will be Jan. 20 at which time appreciated by church-goers the three to four degrees will the two Sundays before be conferred. Christmas, were distributed William Gendron is a by Ladies Aid to shut-ins. patient at the V.A. Hospital, Area Visiting Winnie Pineo spent Christmas with her daughter and family, Mr. andMrs. J.C. Harding, Sudbury, Mass. Prior to that. she went to Boston. where Mrs. Harding had the degree of M.Ed. conferred upon her by Wheelock College. Mrs. Harding continues to be the direcier of the pre-school program at Lincoin-Sudbury lligh School. a program which A.V.S.C. Celebrate by Ruth Whitcomb. will soon expand to include January Birthdays The ham-escailoped- day-care service for the On Jan. 6. 47 members and potatoes, salad, rolls, birthday school's high school teachers. thrce guests attended the cake dinner catered by the Rodney and Carmen Jordan Ammonoosuc Valley Senior Shells drew much praise. The hosted a well-attended open Citizen Club neeting at the following then drew door house and Christmas party Lisbon Town ttali, prizes: E. Poor, D. Whitcomb, De<.,. 19 at their new home. Guests included Everett M. Lyric, S. Casey, B. Theme, Mr and Mrs. James Poorwhoshowedgreatslides; F. Landry, E, White, F. Arnesky and family have left Mary Furrier of Woodsville; Gosselin, R. Heath, M. to spend the holidays with and the President's daughter- Marcoux, B. Presby, and P. Mrs. Arnosky's parents in in-law Beverly Presby. Due to Clark. The showing of slides lancaster. Pa. illness or being away, several by Everett Poor was much Mary Frost had as her birthday celebrants were appreciated -- many e/them guests for Christmas Dinner. absent, including Earl Barrett being recognized by alert Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Frost of who will be 92 on Jan. 14. Seniors. town, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin ttowever, Mr. Barrett was Nexl week. Jan. 13, it was Frost and CharIcs Frost of taken an attractive tray of decided to have Game Day, Barre. fruit, cards, and birthday with prizes needed; and the Mr. and Mrs. James White cake. Steila Barrett also lunch will be in charge of Ida and five children of Chicago celebrates. (; ray, are sponding the holidays with It was suggested that some :Falrlee members might want to send t l ' I' Mrs. Ida Finley birthday greetings for her 88th birthday Mrs. David Flower has on Jan. 8. in care of the returned from a trip to Rome. Morrison Nursing Home. Italy, where she met her Whitefield. Reports from husband for the Christmas Catherine McGregor were holidays. While there, they tlmt she is quite confined to took in the sights of Rome, as I 1 welcome. Robert Madduck, stationed al Ft. Stewart, Ga., spent Christmas and New Year's with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. it,dlerl Maddock. the British Meteorology Office that he is using to pursue further studies at the University of Reading. Rose Gandin. who will be or was) 80-plus years young Jan. 11. has. since Thanksgiving, been staying with her son, Remo Gandin, P.O. Box 775, North Falmouth, Mass. 02556. Mrs. Norman Bone and Walter Bone went to Colchesler Jan. 6 to attend the funeral of her niece, Lois ( Mrs. ilenry) Brock, daughter of Mrs Bone's sister, Beulah Miller. Richard Fraser was in Cottage liospital for two days as a medical patient just hefore Christmas. Winnie Frost's daughter, 1,ucinda Black Westfield. Mass.. came to get her Dec. 30 Io take her back for a delayed ('hristmas held at her son Dclbert's Jan. 2. This was a delayed Christmas because of the delayed leaves which Mrs. Frost's two grandsons had from their respective bran- ches of the service. Lance Corporal Kenneth Frost, aftgr serving one year as a Marine on Okinawa, will be returning to duty at Camp Pendleton, San Diego, Calif. Airman 1st ('lass Stephen Black will be returning to his duly at Luring Air Force Base. Limestone. Me. Mrs. Clifford llalch had Christmas Dinner with her daughler and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Puffer, Wells River, after which she had as her supper guests Mr. and Mrs. Clifford llatch. Jr. and son Glenn of Randniph Center and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ilatch and family of town. Mrs, l)orma Foraker and daughter Lydia of Northland, Conn.. spent Christmas weekend with Mrs. Foraker's parcnls. Mr. and Mrs. Libero Mrs, Esther Johnsm 3:L'I-9"/tM and cnnkies were enjoyed. The following awards were given: Bob cat - Jason Weingart, Kevin Hill. Jeff ttebh. Jason Aldrich. and Chris Donnelly. I{obert Stone received his Phelps. Doris McLam's grandson, Danny Keith, spent the bet- ween-the-holidays Tuesday with her. relinquishing his privilege in favor of his brother and sister, Tommy and Debbie, who visited on the following Thursday. All three are the children of Mr. and Mrs David Keith of N. Haverhill. Warren Stewart, a former resident now living in Con- necticut, recently visited his sister. Mrs. James Keith, of town. Cedric Smith went to spend Christmas week with his sister, Natalie Drew, and family, Wallingford. All of the Zambous got together for a Christmas Eve buffet al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Severino Zambon: the itobert Zambons of town, the Peter Zambons of Littleton, plus Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Hannon and grandson Troy f'ronl Georgia. Topsham ...=_...__Gertrude Hedge 439-5422 Mr. and Mrs. Seymore l;rown have returned from a trip through the Mid-West and ( ';I na(l;t. Mr. and Mrs. ,]ames Ord- xzty and daughter Lynda and granddaughters visited at the lmme of Mrs lea Lou Welch on .dorday. Mr. and Mn.'s. Willimn Ilodge (.nl(,rtained im New Year's Eve neighbors and family. Mr. and Mrs Lurch Williams have moved to their new I)nw in ('alais. Topsha m Church Meeting Announcenienl was made of Ihe annual meeting of the 'i'opslmnl ('hurch which will Ix, held on Monday, Jan. 18. at a:(M) in the vttry of the chnrcli. Iitiuesl was made IIml annual reporls Ix., in to the imslor by Tuesday to bc in- ch,h,d in the Annual Report. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Smith haw, moved into their new Imnw in town. The children of fix, community enjoyed a ('hristmas wwalion this past teek from their studies at her home. well as touring through the The Secretary's and italian cotmtryside. Treasurer's report were Mrs. Joseph Alger is a accepted, with a fine donation patient at the Mary Hitchcock being received. There were 28 Memorial Ilospital, Hanover, at the Bhxd Pressure Clinic N.II. with one new this week. The The Community Circle will Ick sisters. Carrie Parkerof nv! at the home of Mrs. Littleton. and Mrs. Pappas of James Bagiey on Wednesday, Manchester have all ex- Jan. 13at 7:30p.m. pressed their thanks for the The Federated Bible Class lalprobes Also Mrs. Vera will resume its meetings on presents for the boy's mothers Marshall 94) of Littleton was Thursday, Jan. 14at7:30p.m., were made. as well as tree Ihrilled to n afghan crocheted ;it Mr. Rall01t H's. All are ormtmenis, and hot chocolate Matthew Bennett. of New Wolf badge. (me Gold Arrow York City spent several days point, and two Silver Arrow at the home of Mr. and Mrs. points. Herberl llodge during the Mr. and Mrs Richard Christmas holiday. Walker and son Matthew Area Cub Scouts visited Mr. Walker's nieces in Wendell Woodward, Pack Manchester. Vt. during the Master of Cub Scouts Pack 36, weekend. reported that the December meeting was a Christmas meeting. Carols were sung, GOLDEN GLEAMS Though my mouth be dumb my heart shall thank you. .Nldmlu Rowe. l ;nion :if; Mrs. Marie Jeweil. daughlcrs. Jt.,ssie and l'aula ;rod grandson. Mr. an(l Mrs. ;(,,sh,y Jewcil Jr.. were at the t?,'eh.h llome during this past X+, I ' 'k NOTF. & COMIHNT8 Complete accuracy is im- posalbne in the judging of beauty contests. N Barbara Sumner i 3334477 lunciwon served by the nurses of that department. Christmas Eve they at- tended a Candlelight Service at Natick Methodist Church of which Ruth's daughter and husband, Charles and Jeanne Mabey and family are mcmhers. Christmas was a quiet day with the Mabeys. On Saturday the 26th the anntml family gathering was held. Members were there from Worcester, Mass.. Fremont, N.It. and Stuttgart, Ark. That evening Jack and Ruth returned to Rutland and on Sunday they enjoyed another Christmas gathering. This time of celebration was with Jack's family; his daughter Pamela and gran- ddaughter Michaela; and Jack's son Paul with his wife Marianne with P.J. and David. Family ties are precious. What a wonderful time for so many to enjoy. Vena Beebe has been a busy lady: Following her birthday party was a visit from Dwight's granddaughter Mrs. Palty Rumrill of Holden, Mass. With her were her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Keith from Nor- Ihboro, Mass. They spent most of Saturday afternoon with her. She certainly celebrated Ihe New Year. Birthday Party A birthday party for Maxine Hoistngton was held at the home of John and Charlene Bourgeois on Sunday, Jan. 3. Max was very happy that her mother, children and gran- dchildren were there to make the celebration atime of joy. Those atlending were Richard and Cynthia Fraser with 2 children, Dennis and Cheryl Tabor, Ads Tatro, and Freeman and Maxine Hoisington with Steve and Tim. Richard Tatro joined the group for cake and ice cream later in the afternoon. Maxine was able to blow out all her candles much to the delight of her 5 grandchildren ! A Pre-Christmas Dinner of Ihe Clark Family was held on Sunday, Dec, 20 at the home of l)an and Verna Roberts. Sixteen members were present. Then, on Christmas Night home. II was a buffel dinner but can you believe that 33 members sat down together? iiow lucky can you be, especially on holidays, to behmg Io a large family? Auxiliary Group The planned meeting of interested people concerning an auxiliary group to the W. Fairlee Volunteer Fire ('ompany was held Wed- nesday evening, Jan. 6. at the Fire Station. The Ladies Auxiliary was organized. ('onmdttees arc Io be formed front a lisl of volunteers. Offk'crs are to be elected at a later dale. The Fire Fighters Training School, to be held in Fairlce. consists of 15 weekly clas,,s each Monday night and bcgius Jan. ! I. For any further information m,tied please phone Mrs. l)aniel (Verna) Roberts or Mrs Bruce (gloria Mann. Let's go, gals ! Specia I Celebration Another very happy group gathered for a Christmas ceicl)ralion al lhe home of ('lifford and Iris Thurston on I)ec. ;. I I was a Ward and Thm.'stml family combination and the cenler of allenlion was 87-year old grandmother Mary Ward. Clifford Thurston had brought her to their home frmn the Mayo Memorial i{esidencc Ilome in Nor- thfieh|. Vt. Their day included a h'aditinnal Christmas Dinner and an exchange of gifts at the t I'll' Sunday Schoof Celebration On Wednesday evening, Dec. 23, the Sunday School children with their parents and friends commemorated the birth of Christ in a simple impressive service of scrip- tures with approxpriate hymns and carols to ac- company them. The children sang special music. A candlelight service followed and the children closed the service with a prayer set to music. The evening was concluded with the exchange of gifts and a Christmas Party. Peter Willard, a former pastor of the W. Fairlae Congregational Church was a guest on Thursday, Dec. 17, of Mrs. Maurice Stunner. He visited Mrs. Vena Beebe of Middle Brook on Friday, also friends in Barre and Roxbury before returning to Maine on Friday night. Peter is a Director of Chop Point Christian Youth Camp in Woolwlch, Me. W e n two rt hlll00i00ii00ulllarcella Hoffmt /( Town Topics called back to his job in E:3 Michael Deutseh, after Hoosick Falls, N.Y. Steven escaped drowning spending the new year's Davis is now patrolman, summer is now at holiday here, has returned to Planning Board making much Notes towards recovery. She does his base at Milington, Tenn., where he is studying elec- Local residents will have the the hospital once a week therapy and therapists tronics. He is the son of opportunity of seeing the new to her home to treat her. Conrad and Irene Deutsch of flood plain map which will be Route 25. on display at a planning boat'd able now to hold her head and to eat some food Candy Ports is working in meeting in the Town Hall on herself. the office m the New Hamp- Monday, Jan. 18 at 7:00 p.m. Awards shire Music Festival in Center This map will show flood Seven young people Harbor. The festival will zones, flood plains and Wentworth received observe its 13th anniversary floodways. Representatives of at the recent 16th this year. the National Flood Insurance Awards Ceremony of Barbara Lech returned on program will be present to Sunday from Valley Stream, explain emergency Royal Eagles in They were: Capt. Jack N.Y., where her father is management and to answer meia who was awarded Joseph seriously ill. questions concerning the flood best Royal Eagle member ! School Budget agency. The School Board has been Anyone wishing to serve 1981 Award as well as a fit Rye year Perfect Attendant working on its 1982-1983 with the Planning Board is award, a backup drum aw budget and will have it ready urged to get in touch with Bob and the title of t Mr ana- for presentation after a little Muzzey, president, or any Congeniality. were'su'p-[ 'revision. member. Sgt. Colleen Hutchins evenin r Snowmobile Club Local Recording was named best Flag Carl'Mrs I-I,,,' The Baker River Made received a two-year Pea'f# Mr/'an Snowmobile Club will hold a Debbie Meek and David Attendance award. .elson ho, St. Valentine's Day Dance on Colburn this week finished a Capt. Lynn Evans receivve Pot L Saturday evening, Feb. 13 at studio recording of a cassette a Back-up Drum Major aw.aollowing 7:00 in the school gym. with songs for children bet- and a three-year Perfers. Frem B.Y.O.B. Tickets at $4.00 each ween the ages of seven and 13. Attendance award. I vlrs. Willi can be obtained at Shawnee's, Two Wentworth children, A four year Perfers. Ed the Post Office or from any Michael Codaire and Katie Attendance award wentto nd Mrs E member. The Country Cummings, sing with them on John Cormeia and a threpnd Mrs Treakerswill play four songs. The Casette was year Attendance award Wnd Mrs. New Police Chief made partly in a Blue Hill, to Mark Evans. [Mr. and M Clint Hutchins was recently Me., Studio and partly in Cpl. Raylene Hutchins aIr. and- appointed police chie to fill Hanover. It will be on sale in Cpl. Kim Hutchins wqhester -M the vacancy caused when the area in about six weeks, awarded two-year Perf-eonard officer Jack Van der Kaar was Selyna Puffer who narrowly Attendance honors. ]Perkins' Eleanor Barroagim Websier Bteven ' BI Codnth I 4.TI-57 Library Notes yark, N. w s ius*Mla)rise A book drop a  . d the On Christmas Eve Edah and hotline. Saturday, Jan. 2. The giftopll gift to Gifford Sevene were in CrossCountrySkiers, Alison anonymous giver, itst)a:?t3is;aUPC Bradford where they attended Dickey of Vassar College and the wedding of their niece Jefferson Heights, N.Y., the library porch. Boo ls ehus Laurice Appleton to Samuel joined by her pal Deborah be put rote it at any time. a o brou New books at the libr/'arewell Magoon at the home of the Moore )f Reed College, include: Regional the i-lbccasion. bride's parents, Sylvia and Portland, Oregon, Manhattan, Guide to Industrial  Mr. and Ernest Appleton on Wnght's N.Y., and Ding Dung House chasing, a reference b:e t m Mountain. were oblivious to the scenic which tells where to  " mas Those who enjoyed a vistas of our W. Corinth hills everything in eastern lrs... Leon delicious Christmas Dinner at as they hotly debated Watkin's the home of Irene and Mike iatest-effort-s. England; Hotel New HhPngfi.eld Ricker were their three Agnes Carrier's year long pshire by John Irving;  ey Jome Love by Joyce Maynard; lamily n children Mr. and Mrs planning resulted in givingW. Glitter Done by Joseltewarts,., . Kendall Sanborn and three Corinth a lasting memory of a Wambaugh. Vughter a children of Newbury; Mr. and Christmas lighting spec- Congregational Church r. Jam. Mrs. Michael Ricker and two tacular. Each window sported Services at the Wentw om children of Riverton: and Mr. a wreath of red and green Congregational Chuk, M and Mrs. William Ricker and lights nd garlands of m'een Ihree children of S. Ryegate; and red lights framecl the conducted bysupplymlr for the time beintl. - .m.g, j Ernest Radcliffe of Bradford colooial front door. Every They will be he!d in rs. ,tero was also present, room inside was prettily church at the usual hme, t0:ranoaug Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bigg decorated for the holidays, a.m. Pauline Stiles is r. and of Chester, Mass., spent the The Klein House and Christmas holidays with their Windswept Acres along with organist. ..r.om ,M1 Sunday School will conummgey ats daughter's family Pastor and several other homes added to from 10:00toll:30a.m.,PatdcLure. Mrs. Stephen Palmer andfour the glow in our little corn- Hutchin's acting  Matthew children, nmnity with holiday candles superintendent. Working w]vernight Relatives who met at the and lights shining forth from her as teachers are M[lti, 2, of iullttml,l "- Bro4tL. Get Debbie Emmery, and Shaordon Tt Perkins" stz Year's Eve dinner were their ('nrinth congregated early one daughter's family--Lynnand snowy morning with shovels; Sanborn. Paul Putney and son; Mr. and chains and plenty of"push" to I J4ff J..,,.,--.-- _ +_J,ind Mrs. Mrs. Boynton Sair Jr. all of propel Dina DuBoise, her Dractrora00ar00ya00'00; Barre; also Craig home for daughter Deborah and friend Vlrglinla Bedelhte d t vacation from Western New Alison on their start back to mm=m 435-57/ednesday England College in New York City after the skiing Springfield, Mass. vacation spent at the Ding Dean Larrabee and S neh at tl W. Corinth Dung tlouse. Bagley drove to Best yed watc The latest entertainment in A frozen turkey was given a Christmas Day to pick up F. e slopes. W. Corinth is calling Tom sled ride from the freezer at JenLarrabee. Hewashome Francist Watkin's new answering Windwept Acres down the days -- returning to Po, nd Mr. machine. Very local weather Cookeville road to the Klein smouth, Vs., where his sbaggarty reporls, unseasonal zucchini Ilouse the other day. Doris the America, is docked u .iif', we Wednesda! tips, old Iranian news pulled the custom-made sled, April. Ind Mrs. } broadcasts and other unex- fashioned from two ancien' Legion and Auxlliary peeled messages greet the wooden skis found in the attic, The American Legion  lahter i d Marc unsuspecting caller. Long while John "mushed" from Auxiliary met at the hall J! it h therv winter evenings are spent behind, llowever, he was 5 for their meeting. Theth! around the fire composing observed riding the rear girls who went to All State i rn for o return messages. As word runners when Doris wasn't past year spoke. They w !re and, f spreads southward a trend looking. The trek was corn- Ann Ford, MarrissaFather )ther gue= Y's Christ sqns {O he appearing even in pleted in due lime with much and Louise Plante. aUghter Bradford Brownies anet Ha New Jersey to call the Watkin hilarity. On Jan. 6, ten young la , ry,. aren ar Isabel Whitney were investitured in Iiddlebur S. Newbu .... , m,-.+, Brownies by their lea Selenda Grow is one of the mas! The neighbors showered Juanita Shearer. They  turned singing group from the North him with gifts of goodies (but Alison Bush, Deni veningoft Country Chorus taking part in no lemon cream cookies) and Bouchard, Sammantha the medieval dinner coneert at Io crown everything, his Becky Cushman, Lena the Monroe Town Hall on favorite cabin person sent him Janice Hazen, Amy Saturday. The singers will his portrait embroidered with nell, Crystal Pushee, ar sing madrigals attired in intricate stitches and with his Tillotson, and N, medieval costumes as the full name on it. It is a stunning Trudeau. Each received boar's head and other viands likeness and is on display at Brownie pin. are paraded, the So. Newbury Post Office.  the chun Tony Rathburn has returned In the Christmas mail came were: U. S. Flag, to UVM. Doreen Scott will be news that Alysun Deckert of Hazen; Brownie Flag, going back to school at Salina, Kansas. who has Therrien; Brownie Cohleskil, N.Y., after her stayed several different Tammy Melendy; lrN[ Christmas vacation, summers at Sleepers Meadow Gold, Crystal Pushee; Mrs. RichardSwensonanda and is now a sophomore in Billie Joe Tro group from the Newbury high school, was fastest Friday the 15, Brownies Woman's Club have plans for runner in her class in Kansas. Girl Scouts will start a smorgasbord tobeheidJan. She had a lot of running their annual cookie ordef ,lo in aid of the repair of the practice around the meadows be delivered in March. Methodist Church roof in below Peter Cole's barn. They have two weeks Newbury. lcki Smith and Mindy which to take orders. Mr. and Mrs. David Imhoff Ilaubrich skied at Ascutney chairman is Phylis Russ. and Ben have moved into the Saturday, and with Jeffrey apartmenl at The Shauger llaubrich on Sunday. Irene SENIOR CITIZENS house. Croteau and Becki Smith have LUNCIIEON Isabel Whitney spent the been skiing several times BRADFORD Senior Citi hmg New Year's weekend these last two weeks. Doreen Luncheons are held with her aunt, PersisJohnson, Scott and:her sister, Debbie Friday at the Ox in Pomfrel. Erb. went skiing at Cannon Vocational Center servin.g tMI7 Sylvesler was surprised. Mountain Wednesday. '11:45 a.m. For reserveti# lie had a wonderful Christ- ca11222-4782. Warren . , , FloydR.i Snow, snow, Snow snowing very hard, the One does not think a  * Snow, snow, snow; it seems temperature is 28 degrees, problem at this time of Yd everytime you peek out the Methodist Church but the selectmen in the ss window it is snowing again. The Methodist Church will towns hereabouts are_  176 The snow banks along the hold their meetings from new reminded that come JUlYL .,. highway are so high you can on in the Veslry, as this is 1982. there will  no barely see a vehicle passing heated all the time: we will open burning in an.y  net" me 01i0 by. Great care will be needed' save oil and money by not dumps, as,.=:. --= ----'--" Io prevent accidents at in- having to heat the sanctuary, Bureau, a?dhet? Air pol lerseclions as one cannot see but don't let this keep you Board of ate. It se U over the snow bank. The road from church, this is d federal law, so I U Ir boys are doing a wonderful job We are sorry to learn that reds push the states an: keeping up wilh il, bul it is a choir director Nancy Bumford states push the towns ! cosily project, llowever; it has been obliged to leave this/compliancy with the law- I r  II d<ws make work, thus helps post for a while because of Each town new is allowe  m I he economy. There is two feet throat problems, we'll miss clean upthedumpbybrl Yo_ul'o.nl Io Iwo and one-half feet in the you, Nancy. one day per week, ano)i [or pic wonds. Ihis is Monday and it is Open Bunting (please turn to page 2 + i