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Page 8-The Journal Opinion-January 14,'1981 24 IGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE Orange County Mental Health TOLL FREE 1,800-622-4244 res/dents did FROZEN PIPES? we thaw plpesl Copper, Lead, Galvanized, only For Fast Service Call: Robert Fortunatl 439-6179 II II I I Fairlee Mrs. Esther Johnson ,llll ill I 333-9704 Mrs. Gladys Rowell was Mrs. Riclmrd Ilewes and with her great-niece, Mrs. cliildren. Seoll, l'aul, and Brenda 'trembly, in l,ebanon, I)awn, of l'oconn)kc, Md., and NH.,forChristnms. ,hlhn Neale. of Elkins. West Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gard- Virginia. tier. of Vatatie, N.Y., Mr. and Tile Rev. Arlhur Bagley has Mrs. Byron Kidder and sons, been called Io Ihe Foderated Aaron and Adam, of Bradford, ('hurch and slarted his duties and Valerie Gardner, of there Jan. 4. Rev. Bagley ('olchester, were with their fornterJy Was pastor of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. l)orian pal*ish of (Town l'oinl. N.Y. Gardner, overChristmas. The tornmr pastor of tile Visitors at Ralph llodge's Federated Church, Rev. reeently were his aunt, Mrs..hunes (;r('n. will continue Ethel Dodge. of Washington, with his duties at the North I),C., and his cousins, Mr. and Thelford Church. DOWNTOWN BARRE ichelle's Uniform ristian Corner RED TAG SALE 25-50% o. spectaly marked professional uniforms 25%0. on everything in our Christian Book Corner HOURS: Monday thru :aturday 10-5 NOW OpSn Friday Night 'til 8 p.m. Colontul Hurry! Sale Ends Jan. 17 S. Newbury The mysterious object that penetrated l0 inches of ice on Charlie Cole's pond, making a noise like a jel, will have to remain al tht bottom of the pond lill spring before it can Ix, identified ..... if then. After seeing an account of the strange incident on Channel 3, Isabel Whitney 866-5675 the Bailey Club Wednesday night, when the Newbury Woman's Club held Gen- tlemen's Night. Thirty-eight pet)pie attended to see a slide progranl on "Snowflakt Bentley," given by the Cur- lises, fornlerly of the Book Store in Woodst[x:k. someone irt the Burlington 007 Sylvester's hopes were area phoned Peter Cole and raised the other week. He was letter from the MSC reading a said he had had a similar experience,, in recent weeks, on Affirmative Action. It The ducks were misled by the suggested talks on this subject sight of the water in the once a month for all career sud6 I and i r their around. sudden :opening in the pond and came out of the safety of their barn to swim merrily Sad to say, they subsequently vanished -- presumably into the jaws of some hungry predator. It was good to see so many people from So. Newbury at employees: tie went into high dudgeon on discovering that the postmaster had replied that there were NO career employees to he talked to, How about HIM! lie is hot speaking 1o the postmaster at present. Ryegate Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hin- Nelson, Mr. and Mrs, Hassall man of Woodstoc), New Nelson, Mr.. and Mrs. James Brunswick, Canada, are the Kinerson, Mr. and Mrs. parents of a daughter Lindsey Arthur Whitehill, Mr. and Rachel. born Dec. 28, and Mrs. Alfred LaBay, Mrs, Alice weighing 7 pounds, 14a nith, Cedric Smith, Mr. and ounces Maternal grand- Mrs. Walter Main, Mr. and parents are Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Carroll Eastman. ltarry Parsons of Ryegate, Norman Lowe. Wiilard and paternal grandparents Eggleston, and Philip Nelson :ire Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hin- enjoyed a buffet dinner man of Wells River Lindsay together at Warner's Gallery joins a brother Peter. age 9, New Year's Eve and then and a sister Jennifer, age 6 returned to the church vestry Mrs. Warren where Mrs, Main ledthegroup Leroy in songs, games, and I II]'l i ........... FOR GUALITY AND SERVICE -- TRY US" VARNE-$MITH LUMBER CO. mlllUllllBSllll I III .- I _ Coming Events At The Baldwin Memorial L|brary gTells River, Vt. Women and Literature, a series spolored by the National Endowment for the Humanities, will be held starting at 7:30, Monday, January 19, 1981 at the Baldwin Memorial Library. There will be a discussion on six alternsttng Monday nights led by a scholar with special knowledge of each of the books to be read: Jane Eyre A Doll's House Wide Sargasso Sea Sula The Yellow Wallpaper Surfacing Books will be distributed in advance to those registered for the series. sign up at the Library in pern or by phoning 757-2693. ! You may The regular Friday Night Happenings at the Library are beginning again. Do try to Join us. (We'll be serving coffee and tea.) They all begin at 7:30 p.m. January 9 - Charles Morrisey of Montpelter. His topic will be George Washington Slept In Newbury and Other Mytlm about Vermont History, January 16 -Ms Charlotte Karr - A Humourous Look at Growing up in Vermont. January 23 - Albert Stevens will present a slide show about the construction of the library addition. Come and see your friends and neighbors who helped to enlarge the Baldwin Memorial Library. January 30 - Two Williamsburg historical films will be shown, The Colonial Printer and Hammerman in Williamsburg. t This Advertisement Sponsored By: The Good Neighbor Banks that. like to cooperate .... with you. I . II Banking Hours Mon. - Thurs. 9 am - 3 pm Saturday 9 ao m. - Noon Fridays 9 am - 8 pm Walk-up Mon. - Thurs. 3 a.mo - 5 p.m. ...... Wells River Savings Bank ESTAB LISHED 1892 Wells River. Vt. 05081 (8021 757-2361 N N Waits River Mrs. Clinton Sawyer W. Topsham Mrs. 439-5445 Mrs. (;race (;il)l). was Nml)ury, with Master Gloria Mr. and Mrs. Roland Several froni here attended lloliday guests of hosh,ss to 17 tltCttlbt'lS Of tht' 3'lilh, r presiding. First and I'ixollo hcltt an otx'n house the annual ('hristmas Eve Mrs. H.oland l'ixotto "lTianglc I lonwnlakcrs Club al second degrees was conferred N(' Year's l)ay. It was well ('at](th'lighl Service held at the their sons and famib her honlc in Wesl 'ropshanL oil one cantlidate Grace atlcndc(I. I:ast()rangeChurchwithl{ev. Mrs. John Pixotto of \\;,cdnesda.. Becky Smith was (;ihhy, Suc l'erreault reportod ('hrislnms l)av gucsls of and Mrs. Rinehart officiating St)rings, Md. and Lt. cohosh'ss. 111111 oulh Winter weekend 3'h. and Mrs. lloydc Chase ',ilh Mr. and Mrs. Frank liohcrl Pixotto of The mectillg was con(luctcd will Ix, at Essex Center t,]'(' Mr. and Mrs. Stec Snlith's daughters singing Va. The Roland Pix( hy I'r(,sident I,illian l,amt)and (;rangc Ilall Jan. 24-25, l'ickcring ,I Wil,x)ski: Mr. Ih)litlay guests of Mr. and some time with their son opened \\;ith t|lc flag salute ('onunitlcc members ap- and Mrs..h)hn i'ickering and Mrs. Nilus Waterlnan were and Mrs. H.andy and prayer Ior t)eacc. As Ihere pointed for I,'lca Market are son. "l'inl: also, John their sons and family Ebin l)ecember. as no busint,ss nit,i'll(q2, in (hlV Miller, Mary Lund and I'ickcring's sister, Ruth; Mr. Vfalcrnlan of Meriden, Conn. Mrs. Catherine I)eccndwr Ihc secrclar 3 IAli(la Wilds. Sehna Keenart and Mrs. Anthony Carpenler and 3,11". and Mrs. Robin also spenl the holida r(,i,)ricd [,lilt(, Nmclnl)cr and reported (m Iinancial status of ot Barrc and Mr. and Mrs. Vfatcrnmn of Springfield. her son and family Mr ('hrisl nuts tll('cI ill g. the grange. The material for Max ('lark of Webslcrvillc. I)avid Watcrman's family was Mrs. llarvey Otterman AI ('hristnuls nine people or lhc conununily calendar has Sixteen atlcnded the dinner, unabh, to come due Iv tile birth Easl Orange. shill tits xvt,r(, rcnlcnlbcl'ed arrivcd and the Master and Mr and Mrs. l)avid l,abcr of of a son horn recently. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth uith ('lwistnlas boxes or {)verseer will appoint a S.ulh l{oy;.ilh)n also ('ailed on Miss Madalene Allen of attended the funeral haskets and nlatty nlore with conmiiltcc before the next lhc('hascs. (;eorgia spent the holidays Uncle Wilford (Barre) cards, and c.nlribulions were meetivg. A shorl programwas t'hildren in Ihis area en- ith her mother Mrs. Velma ;:1(1. made to "Gift Lift Program" prcsenlctl by Ihe lecturer joyed a tvo week school Alien of h)wn and her brother Mr. and Mrs. at Waterbury. h'ene Sahmlaa. liefreshments vacation and returned to and Mr. and Mrs. Chester llulehinson, Sr. visited 'l'hallk you t,)tes wcrc read. aCl'C served t)y the hosts, st'hfl ,hln. 5th. Allen and lamily of Bradford. their five A ('onul;iltec of fonr was fanlilies (with Santa) ll;tl||cil I0 I)lall for piccinl4 a quill h, I)(' sohl lalcr. ('ore Warren Floyd R. Ray Iheholidays. 764-9979 ('hristmas g milh,c I"ayra I'lstncr. Ilcrma The temperature has The family all wish them l,avl"enee and Kim Itibbard, Mrs. lhu'old ('lctucnl, Ghldys lwyer and warnmd to zero so we are nluch happiness, and the grandson of Lloyd and Mrs. John Icck3 Snfilh. A pol luck having a heat wave. l_,ow The Selectmen are getting "Bus" llibbard and Post- lvoryton, Conn.: (linncr asscrved at 12:3o. reading for the week went to the accounts together for the master Eudora ltibbard. Virginia Willis, The progrant for the al- a8 beh)w at Eugene Whitchers year and soon the auditors Among those on the sick list l)avid Barnette, Great 1 l(.l'tt(Hm v, as hh,ltilers;.|nd 1'1' 3" Sunday morning and 1 un- will he al work. Get yore" alx Robert and Richard Pike, 111.: Sharlotl I)ans h Mary 1,un(I. The derstand a piclure was taken accounts and bills before it is Ilernian Geroge Ball, and Johnsbury and Ken, Ineclitlg' close(l" wilh a small of the lhermonmter at thai t(x) late for 1980. Tax monies "Bus" ltibbard. "Bus" has to Ih'adford. au('liolL lirne, so if the film did not are confiug in quite well and relurn to llanover later in the The'lTi Vilhlge Tile I.'el)ru;iry inceting will freezetheresilouldbeproof, the selectmen have paid off illonth. Fire l)epl. Wonlen I)c at lhc ilonlc of Ih, l'nl;a The ltamsay clan gathered some obligations they had to Ethel Graves has returned Inel at lhe home Ch,nwnt. Mr. l{ichards fronl al lhe new home of Linda and borrow in anticipation of fronl a visit with her son and l{oland Pixollo with t'nion a6 will speak on S{cve Garland for the laxes. The town has not had to family in Connecticut over the Mrs. Li)uiscWalson edut'alioll. ('hristnlas dinner and tree. borrow for two years but holidays. Good to have you "l'hcrexcrcl2in Riverside Grange Notes The Ilighlight of the day, was ix,cause ot lhe lateness in back, i,:thel, it as reporled Riverside Grange No. 455 Ihe announcement by getting out tax bills this year, The Model Village home and the Chrislmas Bar nlel Wednesday evening at the daughler Kim and Phil because of the reassessment property has been sold to t Roberl Wilds home in Conrad of their engagement, program, some had to be Roberl and Imgard White of It was voted to borrowed for a short time. Massachusetts. The sale was "V inl(,l' Out door Chef Bancroft is still at made by local broker Irving Equipnwnt Sale" Jan. Nancy Perkins llanover receiving treatment. Cuslling. at tlnion a6 School. 584-3611 George tlietz is home and Joel A FIRST The Warren Fire u ill bc 10 am. to 2 reminiscences of Christmases lmirents Mr. and Mrs. ttenry Philps is home for a while, tte Dept. was called to assist in a Io Ix, sold on cons( past and present. Theevening Gales, Sr. in Brattleboro for a may have to return for house fire m Wentworth per cenl willbe for concluded with a coffee hour. family pre-Christmas surgery. Monday eve. This was in the Auxiliary - skates KeiLh Ober spent the gathering Other guests in- Michael Lloyd Ilibbard solar heated house of Earl B. suils, I)o)ts. evening of Monday, Jan. 5, eluded his sister and family enlered this frigid world "'Joe" Libbey. A small (hmalions with William Nelson to work Mr. and Mrs. Phil Gauthier recently, ite is the son of amount of damage resulted, andhonlcnmde on the budget for Blue and daughter Tracy. llcms must beal I Mounlain Union School. Mr. and Mrs Warren Wentworth Marcellaltoffmann 24hya::*0a.n,.-.,am. Martha and Mary Beth McLure, Nicholas, 764-5795 I,'chruary meeting I1(,1(I at the l)ahlslrom frt)m Farmington, Jaequeline, Jeanette. and The Reverend and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenee 'l'ondinson Conn., were overnight guests Marie and Mrs. Edward I)avid Waiters are at holhe ilibbard became the parents l)oultions of Tuesday. l)ec. 23. of their Corliss had as dinner guests alter vacationing with Mrs. of a son. Michael Lloyd, on books arc needed grandparents Mr. and Mrs. New Year's Day Miss Jennifer Walters' parents in Cornwall. Jan. 2 al Cottage Hospital in coffccequipment. Harry Parsons The following McLure and Miss Susan The program for pre-Woodsville. Michael is the hi March the day they drove their grand- Burns, both of South Royalton, schoolers al Webster grandson of Lloyd and Eudora have a lable at parents to Farming(on to Jim Emerson of Bradford. Memorial IAbrary will con- ilibbard On thematernalside I,'lca Market in ,penal.the holidays with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Edward linue through January on he is the grandson of Royal thmalcd Io be and Mrs. Irving Dahlstrom. Melmre, KimberiyandJared. Wednesday mornings from 10 and Nancy Burnham. and Fchrnary m On Chrislmas Day they joined Mr. and Mrs Carroll a.nl. Io 12 pro. The Library l)orothy and tile late Richard Ihe honle I. a group of 22 for dinner at the Eashnan and l)arryl were ill Ix, opcn also from 2 to 8 Burldlam. tim great grandson Stdhall Bill l)ahlstroms" and returned visih)rs Wednesday, Dec. 31 of p.nL on Wednesdays. The of lla and Raymond ,Ken- honle on l)et 27 hen Mr , .*., , . . " . , . hel son and  de M, . and Mrs. l,thraryhastx'entl]crectpmnt niston the orea*-,reat spoke on needs. and Mrs Dahlstrom drove h ! Pe kt II Danvdle In e - o "" . . Rie a'd r 'ns'l " " of a Immber of I books from izrandson of Vernie and the e.l.-'*[aw cs ...... . mT't:'''Ti'iity; thay -Te" E'VI  TiL grat gra-tizlbn Fver)im tlaggarly of I'anton spent the Mr and Mrs. Arthur ler[;tllle(] her daughter. Mrs. of lvan Bixby. Wonmn's - day Salurday, Jan 3. wilh Whilehill were dilmer guests Lucille Tutlle. of Lebanon on There is no their daughter and family Mr. ('hrislmas Day of Mr. and Saturday On Dec. 13 Mrs. We are all men b's. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and Mrs. James Kinerson and son Evans, who has nine grand- Topsham purpose of the Wo, Marcy. Jack. children, became a great GertrudeHodge Auxiliary is to Mr, and Mrs. Arthur The Town Auditors have grandmother for the first time Whttfftill had as dinner guests ' started work auditing the with the birth of Brooke Marie 439-5422 West Topsham Fire t men( (Tri-Village), Christmtas Eve her son and Town Books for the year just Blake. daughter of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Chester building, and fire truek. family Mr. and Mrs. Winston past. Mrs. Tristan Blake of Groton McLanl entertained their Currier, April and Danny of Mr. and Mrs Norman at Mary ttitchcockHospital, grandchildren. T.C.. Tammy, Monroe. N.lt. Mclalre of Cambridge were The annual meeting of the Randy arm Kem McLam. Bradford Mar(ha and Wendy guesls (or the day Friday, Wenlworth Congregational fronl Orlando. Fla.. over the l)ahlstrom and a friend, all of Dec. 26. of his parentsMr, and Church will be held Thursday Christmas holiday. Farming(on. Conn., spent a Mrs Warren McLure and evening, Jan. 29, al 7 p.m in Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith few days after Christmas with family and his grandmother the parsonage, entertained with a family New There are their grandparents Mr. and Mrs EdwardCorliss. The Church Nursery School Year's Eve party in their new Valley hool for three year Mrs, ttarryParsons. Mr. and Mrs. Roswell which is open in the parsonage home. Mrs. Roland Sargent at- llussey and daughter Lyn of on Wednesday mornings from Mr. and Mrs, Paul Hodge an3otre is interested, t tended a meeting of the Filchburg, Mass., spent the 10:00-11:30 a m. welcomes all and family were in Lebanon, like more Vermont Jersey Breeders day S, aturday, Dec. 27, with pre-schoolers regardless of N.II. over lhe ChriStmas call Pam Bean Association Directors at the he," parents Mr. and Mrs. religious affiliation. With season with her mother and Within ttoward Johnson Restaurant Arthur Whitehill. Joinmg mothers taking turns in familyMrs. Mary'arr. town in Barre Tuesday, Dec. 30. them for supper were Mr. and helping Mrs. Waiters. the Wt|liam DarraV is a patient Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson Mrs. Winston Currier. April youngslers enjoy supervised in Central vmont Hospital dola,wes of the c had as luncheon guests and Danny of Monroe, N.H., group play. some craft work, in Berlin. to the owners and Saturday. Jan. 3. their Mrs. Thelma George of finger painting, Bible and-or Mr. a d Mrs. John Claflin of the restaurant"Our PI granddaughter Debbie Woodsville. and Miss Jane secular stories, songs and enlertained their family for a and also to the Darrell Melahn and Dot Robinson, Fearon of Boscawen, N.H. snacks. Christmas party on sunday, tamily of Goshen. both of Colorado Springs, Mr. Jonothan Fox and his Please call me if Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Ahmed KatharineBlaisdeli mother. Ruth, Manchester, any Town News Hutchinson and two children N. Haverhill 787-6315 N.ll.. were weekend guests at of Barre were visitors in the Time to afternoon, and another Jonathan Ih, nsoncelebra tc'-I ;is (lcoh,d Io planning the the home of his grandmother, his first birlhda3 twice once years programS-ttazel Irwin Mrs. MiidredFox. I][,tLP ='C l- granddaughlerhusband Mr andand Mrsher at Grandpa and Gralldmother served delicious pies for The fire department Michael Ringeyof Middlebury t'hasCs in Woodsville, and relreshn,eldS responded toa chimney fireat re-s were evening callers, agai,, al his home with eight AI ihc.tamlarysmectingol the home of Mary Fowler birds d Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Ih, nsons and Bernice Johnson VIS, annnal rel,rts were Sunday afternoon, ee Carvalho, Alden and Matthew as guesls, i)resented and aflcrwards Mr. and Mrs. Seymore HANOVER--Now is left Friday evening, Jan. 2, to The t;uiled Methodist cards were cnloyed. Polly Brown are staying in their tore-stock Snlilh and I,illian l)unkley tied homein town. seed for the relurn to their home in Bryn Wonlen met .lanuary 7 with Mawr, Penn., after spending ten members presenl. New for I'irs! t)lacc. Bessie Word was received this Montshire Museum the Christmas holidays at officerselect('dwerel"h)renee Altl(,rson hehl second, and eek that Mrs. Nellie Rogers offering a variety their vacation home on the Clough. pr(idenl; Pal ltood, Viohl l'mel's had the low is a patient in the Medical producing bird Symes Pond Road. En route vice'l)resi(Icnl" Edilh llenson, score, lhlzel h'win was the Center tlospitalin Burlington. black oil secretary, anti Iiazel h'win, hosless She will be remembered as a thistle home they were spending an "l'hercsa and Melissa former resident in'town and a overnight with her parents lreasurcr. A new office of Mr. and Mrs. John Mansell in s(wretarv, ol progranl IHaisdclla xc('k at haveil(,r parents,relurnCdRomlidfrm frequentyears, visitor over the Once resonrccs will be filled by and ('.u'ol Ferland. in N. " William and Greg Hodge Andover. N. ll. The Program Committee of l'olly Starl)ar(t. The meeting ('hal'h,sloX Ii. were in Stamford. Maine, over winter---espec the weekend attending an current the local United presbyterian Stella Knapp i,wilational wrestling meet: conpacted Wornen's Group. Mrs. James E. Corinth ,439-5762 The Spaulding High luml last day to ,mrs?n MrS .Fremo;t mon and Mrs Howard 'ott Simpson of Portland, li(pital in Woodsille at the Nelson, me! Tuesday af- Ore. arrived Dec. 30 to visit same time. Jody elch, sonof leampetingWaSteams.One of the egm- orderpick.upiS ternoon, Dec. 30. at the his mother, Mrs. Marjm'ie I)otmid and Florence Welch of Mrs. Gordon Clark and Kinersons' to plan the Sweel until Jan. to. He Newbury fell whilc skiing near famil.havebeens,p,ndmgthe 31. programs for the coming h'aveled east .by train and his home and broke his leg and holid,ay re#asn at melt nome 7;72. year. because the floods in his cousin. Charles Bruleigh, in(own,' ' "" Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Washington had washed out son of Mrs. Rub' Johnson of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence DON'TBUBN Peter and Melissa spenl the the raih.oadlx'ds, the railway I;radfnrd. got the end of his Moulton. Southwick, Mass., XMASTREIg day Sunday, Dec. 21 with his flew him to Edmonton. lhunlb caught in the door of have been staying at Alberta where he boarded a Mr. Johnson's truck, summer home in town lrain for the easl. While here Ttxtd,l)onnley, 4yearoldson tbeholiday season. TASKER'S WELL he and his nlolhcr visited her of Mr. and Mrs. Robert sisler and husband, Mr. and l)onnley of the Pike ttill fireplace, Mrs. William Gough in Por- Dish'ict went to the Mary -- Greene Testing We Need You[ tsmouth Nit, llilchcoek Memorial ltospital Unlike Mr and Mrs. Larry at Ilanover, N.il. Jan. liforthe MARCH OF ldES . 1 dwood, a B[ Willianls of Shelburne 'ere renloval of his tonsils and Women with n prenatal green wood, Business Is Goin Saturday overnighl guesls of adenoids, care during pregnancy who been seasoried. his nlnther, Mrs. Johu carry tr.babies to term run pinewithahigt Because of In The Hole. Williams. nEWArmVAt, a 9 per cent risk of having a Mr. and Mrs. Frank A son. Byron l,ee, was born low birthweight baby. The (ors, a holiday N0rthw00d t .H. Emel.,,olt have received word to Mr. and Mrs. Michael March ofDimesurgeswomen create a very. lhat Iwo of their grandsons l'erkins of Vershire Jan. 8 at to seek prenatal care as soon creosote build-UP I 942-5581 ha( aeci(k'nts Sunday and Alice l'eck Day Memorial as Ihey think they are a fireplace or holh were al lhe ('otlage ihsl)ilal pregnant, stove. .i-- rthev today. Page 8-The Journal Opinion-January 14,'1981 24 IGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE Orange County Mental Health TOLL FREE 1,800-622-4244 res/dents did FROZEN PIPES? we thaw plpesl Copper, Lead, Galvanized, only For Fast Service Call: Robert Fortunatl 439-6179 II II I I Fairlee Mrs. Esther Johnson ,llll ill I 333-9704 Mrs. Gladys Rowell was Mrs. Riclmrd Ilewes and with her great-niece, Mrs. cliildren. Seoll, l'aul, and Brenda 'trembly, in l,ebanon, I)awn, of l'oconn)kc, Md., and NH.,forChristnms. ,hlhn Neale. of Elkins. West Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gard- Virginia. tier. of Vatatie, N.Y., Mr. and Tile Rev. Arlhur Bagley has Mrs. Byron Kidder and sons, been called Io Ihe Foderated Aaron and Adam, of Bradford, ('hurch and slarted his duties and Valerie Gardner, of there Jan. 4. Rev. Bagley ('olchester, were with their fornterJy Was pastor of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. l)orian pal*ish of (Town l'oinl. N.Y. Gardner, overChristmas. The tornmr pastor of tile Visitors at Ralph llodge's Federated Church, Rev. reeently were his aunt, Mrs..hunes (;r('n. will continue Ethel Dodge. of Washington, with his duties at the North I),C., and his cousins, Mr. and Thelford Church. DOWNTOWN BARRE ichelle's Uniform ristian Corner RED TAG SALE 25-50% o. spectaly marked professional uniforms 25%0. on everything in our Christian Book Corner HOURS: Monday thru :aturday 10-5 NOW OpSn Friday Night 'til 8 p.m. Colontul Hurry! Sale Ends Jan. 17 S. Newbury The mysterious object that penetrated l0 inches of ice on Charlie Cole's pond, making a noise like a jel, will have to remain al tht bottom of the pond lill spring before it can Ix, identified ..... if then. After seeing an account of the strange incident on Channel 3, Isabel Whitney 866-5675 the Bailey Club Wednesday night, when the Newbury Woman's Club held Gen- tlemen's Night. Thirty-eight pet)pie attended to see a slide progranl on "Snowflakt Bentley," given by the Cur- lises, fornlerly of the Book Store in Woodst[x:k. someone irt the Burlington 007 Sylvester's hopes were area phoned Peter Cole and raised the other week. He was letter from the MSC reading a said he had had a similar experience,, in recent weeks, on Affirmative Action. It The ducks were misled by the suggested talks on this subject sight of the water in the once a month for all career sud6 I and i r their around. sudden :opening in the pond and came out of the safety of their barn to swim merrily Sad to say, they subsequently vanished -- presumably into the jaws of some hungry predator. It was good to see so many people from So. Newbury at employees: tie went into high dudgeon on discovering that the postmaster had replied that there were NO career employees to he talked to, How about HIM! lie is hot speaking 1o the postmaster at present. Ryegate Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hin- Nelson, Mr. and Mrs, Hassall man of Woodstoc), New Nelson, Mr.. and Mrs. James Brunswick, Canada, are the Kinerson, Mr. and Mrs. parents of a daughter Lindsey Arthur Whitehill, Mr. and Rachel. born Dec. 28, and Mrs. Alfred LaBay, Mrs, Alice weighing 7 pounds, 14a nith, Cedric Smith, Mr. and ounces Maternal grand- Mrs. Walter Main, Mr. and parents are Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Carroll Eastman. ltarry Parsons of Ryegate, Norman Lowe. Wiilard and paternal grandparents Eggleston, and Philip Nelson :ire Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hin- enjoyed a buffet dinner man of Wells River Lindsay together at Warner's Gallery joins a brother Peter. age 9, New Year's Eve and then and a sister Jennifer, age 6 returned to the church vestry Mrs. Warren where Mrs, Main ledthegroup Leroy in songs, games, and I II]'l i ........... FOR GUALITY AND SERVICE -- TRY US" VARNE-$MITH LUMBER CO. mlllUllllBSllll I III .- I _ Coming Events At The Baldwin Memorial L|brary gTells River, Vt. Women and Literature, a series spolored by the National Endowment for the Humanities, will be held starting at 7:30, Monday, January 19, 1981 at the Baldwin Memorial Library. There will be a discussion on six alternsttng Monday nights led by a scholar with special knowledge of each of the books to be read: Jane Eyre A Doll's House Wide Sargasso Sea Sula The Yellow Wallpaper Surfacing Books will be distributed in advance to those registered for the series. sign up at the Library in pern or by phoning 757-2693. ! You may The regular Friday Night Happenings at the Library are beginning again. Do try to Join us. (We'll be serving coffee and tea.) They all begin at 7:30 p.m. January 9 - Charles Morrisey of Montpelter. His topic will be George Washington Slept In Newbury and Other Mytlm about Vermont History, January 16 -Ms Charlotte Karr - A Humourous Look at Growing up in Vermont. January 23 - Albert Stevens will present a slide show about the construction of the library addition. Come and see your friends and neighbors who helped to enlarge the Baldwin Memorial Library. January 30 - Two Williamsburg historical films will be shown, The Colonial Printer and Hammerman in Williamsburg. t This Advertisement Sponsored By: The Good Neighbor Banks that. like to cooperate .... with you. I . II Banking Hours Mon. - Thurs. 9 am - 3 pm Saturday 9 ao m. - Noon Fridays 9 am - 8 pm Walk-up Mon. - Thurs. 3 a.mo - 5 p.m. ...... Wells River Savings Bank ESTAB LISHED 1892 Wells River. Vt. 05081 (8021 757-2361 N N Waits River Mrs. Clinton Sawyer W. Topsham Mrs. 439-5445 Mrs. (;race (;il)l). was Nml)ury, with Master Gloria Mr. and Mrs. Roland Several froni here attended lloliday guests of hosh,ss to 17 tltCttlbt'lS Of tht' 3'lilh, r presiding. First and I'ixollo hcltt an otx'n house the annual ('hristmas Eve Mrs. H.oland l'ixotto "lTianglc I lonwnlakcrs Club al second degrees was conferred N(' Year's l)ay. It was well ('at](th'lighl Service held at the their sons and famib her honlc in Wesl 'ropshanL oil one cantlidate Grace atlcndc(I. I:ast()rangeChurchwithl{ev. Mrs. John Pixotto of \\;,cdnesda.. Becky Smith was (;ihhy, Suc l'erreault reportod ('hrislnms l)av gucsls of and Mrs. Rinehart officiating St)rings, Md. and Lt. cohosh'ss. 111111 oulh Winter weekend 3'h. and Mrs. lloydc Chase ',ilh Mr. and Mrs. Frank liohcrl Pixotto of The mectillg was con(luctcd will Ix, at Essex Center t,]'(' Mr. and Mrs. Stec Snlith's daughters singing Va. The Roland Pix( hy I'r(,sident I,illian l,amt)and (;rangc Ilall Jan. 24-25, l'ickcring ,I Wil,x)ski: Mr. Ih)litlay guests of Mr. and some time with their son opened \\;ith t|lc flag salute ('onunitlcc members ap- and Mrs..h)hn i'ickering and Mrs. Nilus Waterlnan were and Mrs. H.andy and prayer Ior t)eacc. As Ihere pointed for I,'lca Market are son. "l'inl: also, John their sons and family Ebin l)ecember. as no busint,ss nit,i'll(q2, in (hlV Miller, Mary Lund and I'ickcring's sister, Ruth; Mr. Vfalcrnlan of Meriden, Conn. Mrs. Catherine I)eccndwr Ihc secrclar 3 IAli(la Wilds. Sehna Keenart and Mrs. Anthony Carpenler and 3,11". and Mrs. Robin also spenl the holida r(,i,)ricd [,lilt(, Nmclnl)cr and reported (m Iinancial status of ot Barrc and Mr. and Mrs. Vfatcrnmn of Springfield. her son and family Mr ('hrisl nuts tll('cI ill g. the grange. The material for Max ('lark of Webslcrvillc. I)avid Watcrman's family was Mrs. llarvey Otterman AI ('hristnuls nine people or lhc conununily calendar has Sixteen atlcnded the dinner, unabh, to come due Iv tile birth Easl Orange. shill tits xvt,r(, rcnlcnlbcl'ed arrivcd and the Master and Mr and Mrs. l)avid l,abcr of of a son horn recently. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth uith ('lwistnlas boxes or {)verseer will appoint a S.ulh l{oy;.ilh)n also ('ailed on Miss Madalene Allen of attended the funeral haskets and nlatty nlore with conmiiltcc before the next lhc('hascs. (;eorgia spent the holidays Uncle Wilford (Barre) cards, and c.nlribulions were meetivg. A shorl programwas t'hildren in Ihis area en- ith her mother Mrs. Velma ;:1(1. made to "Gift Lift Program" prcsenlctl by Ihe lecturer joyed a tvo week school Alien of h)wn and her brother Mr. and Mrs. at Waterbury. h'ene Sahmlaa. liefreshments vacation and returned to and Mr. and Mrs. Chester llulehinson, Sr. visited 'l'hallk you t,)tes wcrc read. aCl'C served t)y the hosts, st'hfl ,hln. 5th. Allen and lamily of Bradford. their five A ('onul;iltec of fonr was fanlilies (with Santa) ll;tl||cil I0 I)lall for piccinl4 a quill h, I)(' sohl lalcr. ('ore Warren Floyd R. Ray Iheholidays. 764-9979 ('hristmas g milh,c I"ayra I'lstncr. Ilcrma The temperature has The family all wish them l,avl"enee and Kim Itibbard, Mrs. lhu'old ('lctucnl, Ghldys lwyer and warnmd to zero so we are nluch happiness, and the grandson of Lloyd and Mrs. John Icck3 Snfilh. A pol luck having a heat wave. l_,ow The Selectmen are getting "Bus" llibbard and Post- lvoryton, Conn.: (linncr asscrved at 12:3o. reading for the week went to the accounts together for the master Eudora ltibbard. Virginia Willis, The progrant for the al- a8 beh)w at Eugene Whitchers year and soon the auditors Among those on the sick list l)avid Barnette, Great 1 l(.l'tt(Hm v, as hh,ltilers;.|nd 1'1' 3" Sunday morning and 1 un- will he al work. Get yore" alx Robert and Richard Pike, 111.: Sharlotl I)ans h Mary 1,un(I. The derstand a piclure was taken accounts and bills before it is Ilernian Geroge Ball, and Johnsbury and Ken, Ineclitlg' close(l" wilh a small of the lhermonmter at thai t(x) late for 1980. Tax monies "Bus" ltibbard. "Bus" has to Ih'adford. au('liolL lirne, so if the film did not are confiug in quite well and relurn to llanover later in the The'lTi Vilhlge Tile I.'el)ru;iry inceting will freezetheresilouldbeproof, the selectmen have paid off illonth. Fire l)epl. Wonlen I)c at lhc ilonlc of Ih, l'nl;a The ltamsay clan gathered some obligations they had to Ethel Graves has returned Inel at lhe home Ch,nwnt. Mr. l{ichards fronl al lhe new home of Linda and borrow in anticipation of fronl a visit with her son and l{oland Pixollo with t'nion a6 will speak on S{cve Garland for the laxes. The town has not had to family in Connecticut over the Mrs. Li)uiscWalson edut'alioll. ('hristnlas dinner and tree. borrow for two years but holidays. Good to have you "l'hcrexcrcl2in Riverside Grange Notes The Ilighlight of the day, was ix,cause ot lhe lateness in back, i,:thel, it as reporled Riverside Grange No. 455 Ihe announcement by getting out tax bills this year, The Model Village home and the Chrislmas Bar nlel Wednesday evening at the daughler Kim and Phil because of the reassessment property has been sold to t Roberl Wilds home in Conrad of their engagement, program, some had to be Roberl and Imgard White of It was voted to borrowed for a short time. Massachusetts. The sale was "V inl(,l' Out door Chef Bancroft is still at made by local broker Irving Equipnwnt Sale" Jan. Nancy Perkins llanover receiving treatment. Cuslling. at tlnion a6 School. 584-3611 George tlietz is home and Joel A FIRST The Warren Fire u ill bc 10 am. to 2 reminiscences of Christmases lmirents Mr. and Mrs. ttenry Philps is home for a while, tte Dept. was called to assist in a Io Ix, sold on cons( past and present. Theevening Gales, Sr. in Brattleboro for a may have to return for house fire m Wentworth per cenl willbe for concluded with a coffee hour. family pre-Christmas surgery. Monday eve. This was in the Auxiliary - skates KeiLh Ober spent the gathering Other guests in- Michael Lloyd Ilibbard solar heated house of Earl B. suils, I)o)ts. evening of Monday, Jan. 5, eluded his sister and family enlered this frigid world "'Joe" Libbey. A small (hmalions with William Nelson to work Mr. and Mrs. Phil Gauthier recently, ite is the son of amount of damage resulted, andhonlcnmde on the budget for Blue and daughter Tracy. llcms must beal I Mounlain Union School. Mr. and Mrs Warren Wentworth Marcellaltoffmann 24hya::*0a.n,.-.,am. Martha and Mary Beth McLure, Nicholas, 764-5795 I,'chruary meeting I1(,1(I at the l)ahlslrom frt)m Farmington, Jaequeline, Jeanette. and The Reverend and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenee 'l'ondinson Conn., were overnight guests Marie and Mrs. Edward I)avid Waiters are at holhe ilibbard became the parents l)oultions of Tuesday. l)ec. 23. of their Corliss had as dinner guests alter vacationing with Mrs. of a son. Michael Lloyd, on books arc needed grandparents Mr. and Mrs. New Year's Day Miss Jennifer Walters' parents in Cornwall. Jan. 2 al Cottage Hospital in coffccequipment. Harry Parsons The following McLure and Miss Susan The program for pre-Woodsville. Michael is the hi March the day they drove their grand- Burns, both of South Royalton, schoolers al Webster grandson of Lloyd and Eudora have a lable at parents to Farming(on to Jim Emerson of Bradford. Memorial IAbrary will con- ilibbard On thematernalside I,'lca Market in ,penal.the holidays with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Edward linue through January on he is the grandson of Royal thmalcd Io be and Mrs. Irving Dahlstrom. Melmre, KimberiyandJared. Wednesday mornings from 10 and Nancy Burnham. and Fchrnary m On Chrislmas Day they joined Mr. and Mrs Carroll a.nl. Io 12 pro. The Library l)orothy and tile late Richard Ihe honle I. a group of 22 for dinner at the Eashnan and l)arryl were ill Ix, opcn also from 2 to 8 Burldlam. tim great grandson Stdhall Bill l)ahlstroms" and returned visih)rs Wednesday, Dec. 31 of p.nL on Wednesdays. The of lla and Raymond ,Ken- honle on l)et 27 hen Mr , .*., , . . " . , . hel son and  de M, . and Mrs. l,thraryhastx'entl]crectpmnt niston the orea*-,reat spoke on needs. and Mrs Dahlstrom drove h ! Pe kt II Danvdle In e - o "" . . Rie a'd r 'ns'l " " of a Immber of I books from izrandson of Vernie and the e.l.-'*[aw cs ...... . mT't:'''Ti'iity; thay -Te" E'VI  TiL grat gra-tizlbn Fver)im tlaggarly of I'anton spent the Mr and Mrs. Arthur ler[;tllle(] her daughter. Mrs. of lvan Bixby. Wonmn's - day Salurday, Jan 3. wilh Whilehill were dilmer guests Lucille Tutlle. of Lebanon on There is no their daughter and family Mr. ('hrislmas Day of Mr. and Saturday On Dec. 13 Mrs. We are all men b's. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and Mrs. James Kinerson and son Evans, who has nine grand- Topsham purpose of the Wo, Marcy. Jack. children, became a great GertrudeHodge Auxiliary is to Mr, and Mrs. Arthur The Town Auditors have grandmother for the first time Whttfftill had as dinner guests ' started work auditing the with the birth of Brooke Marie 439-5422 West Topsham Fire t men( (Tri-Village), Christmtas Eve her son and Town Books for the year just Blake. daughter of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Chester building, and fire truek. family Mr. and Mrs. Winston past. Mrs. Tristan Blake of Groton McLanl entertained their Currier, April and Danny of Mr. and Mrs Norman at Mary ttitchcockHospital, grandchildren. T.C.. Tammy, Monroe. N.lt. Mclalre of Cambridge were The annual meeting of the Randy arm Kem McLam. Bradford Mar(ha and Wendy guesls (or the day Friday, Wenlworth Congregational fronl Orlando. Fla.. over the l)ahlstrom and a friend, all of Dec. 26. of his parentsMr, and Church will be held Thursday Christmas holiday. Farming(on. Conn., spent a Mrs Warren McLure and evening, Jan. 29, al 7 p.m in Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith few days after Christmas with family and his grandmother the parsonage, entertained with a family New There are their grandparents Mr. and Mrs EdwardCorliss. The Church Nursery School Year's Eve party in their new Valley hool for three year Mrs, ttarryParsons. Mr. and Mrs. Roswell which is open in the parsonage home. Mrs. Roland Sargent at- llussey and daughter Lyn of on Wednesday mornings from Mr. and Mrs, Paul Hodge an3otre is interested, t tended a meeting of the Filchburg, Mass., spent the 10:00-11:30 am. welcomes all and family were in Lebanon, like more Vermont Jersey Breeders day S, aturday, Dec. 27, with pre-schoolers regardless of N.II. over lhe ChriStmas call Pam Bean Association Directors at the he," parents Mr. and Mrs. religious affiliation. With season with her mother and Within ttoward Johnson Restaurant Arthur Whitehill. Joinmg mothers taking turns in familyMrs. Mary'arr. town in Barre Tuesday, Dec. 30. them for supper were Mr. and helping Mrs. Waiters. the Wt|liam DarraV is a patient Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson Mrs. Winston Currier. April youngslers enjoy supervised in Central vmont Hospital dola,wes of the c had as luncheon guests and Danny of Monroe, N.H., group play. some craft work, in Berlin. to the owners and Saturday. Jan. 3. their Mrs. Thelma George of finger painting, Bible and-or Mr. a d Mrs. John Claflin of the restaurant"Our PI granddaughter Debbie Woodsville. and Miss Jane secular stories, songs and enlertained their family for a and also to the Darrell Melahn and Dot Robinson, Fearon of Boscawen, N.H. snacks. Christmas party on sunday, tamily of Goshen. both of Colorado Springs, Mr. Jonothan Fox and his Please call me if Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Ahmed KatharineBlaisdeli mother. Ruth, Manchester, any Town News Hutchinson and two children N. Haverhill 787-6315 N.ll.. were weekend guests at of Barre were visitors in the Time to afternoon, and another Jonathan Ih, nsoncelebra tc'-I ;is (lcoh,d Io planning the the home of his grandmother, his first birlhda3 twice once years programS-ttazel Irwin Mrs. MiidredFox. I][,tLP ='C l- granddaughlerhusband Mr andand Mrsher at Grandpa and Gralldmother served delicious pies for The fire department Michael Ringeyof Middlebury t'hasCs in Woodsville, and relreshn,eldS responded toa chimney fireat re-s were evening callers, agai,, al his home with eight AI ihc.tamlarysmectingol the home of Mary Fowler birds d Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Ih, nsons and Bernice Johnson VIS, annnal rel,rts were Sunday afternoon, ee Carvalho, Alden and Matthew as guesls, i)resented and aflcrwards Mr. and Mrs. Seymore HANOVER--Now is left Friday evening, Jan. 2, to The t;uiled Methodist cards were cnloyed. Polly Brown are staying in their tore-stock Snlilh and I,illian l)unkley tied homein town. seed for the relurn to their home in Bryn Wonlen met .lanuary 7 with Mawr, Penn., after spending ten members presenl. New for I'irs! t)lacc. Bessie Word was received this Montshire Museum the Christmas holidays at officerselect('dwerel"h)renee Altl(,rson hehl second, and eek that Mrs. Nellie Rogers offering a variety their vacation home on the Clough. pr(idenl; Pal ltood, Viohl l'mel's had the low is a patient in the Medical producing bird Symes Pond Road. En route vice'l)resi(Icnl" Edilh llenson, score, lhlzel h'win was the Center tlospitalin Burlington. black oil secretary, anti Iiazel h'win, hosless She will be remembered as a thistle home they were spending an "l'hercsa and Melissa former resident in'town and a overnight with her parents lreasurcr. A new office of Mr. and Mrs. John Mansell in s(wretarv, ol progranl IHaisdclla xc('k at haveil(,r parents,relurnCdRomlidfrm frequentyears, visitor over the Once resonrccs will be filled by and ('.u'ol Ferland. in N. " William and Greg Hodge Andover. N. ll. The Program Committee of l'olly Starl)ar(t. The meeting ('hal'h,sloX Ii. were in Stamford. Maine, over winter---espec the weekend attending an current the local United presbyterian Stella Knapp i,wilational wrestling meet: conpacted Wornen's Group. Mrs. James E. Corinth ,439-5762 The Spaulding High luml last day to ,mrs?n MrS .Fremo;t mon and Mrs Howard 'ott Simpson of Portland, li(pital in Woodsille at the Nelson, me! Tuesday af- Ore. arrived Dec. 30 to visit same time. Jody elch, sonof leampetingWaSteams.One of the egm- orderpick.upiS ternoon, Dec. 30. at the his mother, Mrs. Marjm'ie I)otmid and Florence Welch of Mrs. Gordon Clark and Kinersons' to plan the Sweel until Jan. to. He Newbury fell whilc skiing near famil.havebeens,p,ndmgthe 31. programs for the coming h'aveled east .by train and his home and broke his leg and holid,ay re#asn at melt nome 7;72. year. because the floods in his cousin. Charles Bruleigh, in(own,' ' "" Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Washington had washed out son of Mrs. Rub' Johnson of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence DON'TBUBN Peter and Melissa spenl the the raih.oadlx'ds, the railway I;radfnrd. got the end of his Moulton. Southwick, Mass., XMASTREIg day Sunday, Dec. 21 with his flew him to Edmonton. lhunlb caught in the door of have been staying at Alberta where he boarded a Mr. Johnson's truck, summer home in town lrain for the easl. While here Ttxtd,l)onnley, 4yearoldson tbeholiday season. TASKER'S WELL he and his nlolhcr visited her of Mr. and Mrs. Robert sisler and husband, Mr. and l)onnley of the Pike ttill fireplace, Mrs. William Gough in Por- Dish'ict went to the Mary -- Greene Testing We Need You[ tsmouth Nit, llilchcoek Memorial ltospital Unlike Mr and Mrs. Larry at Ilanover, N.il. Jan. liforthe MARCH OF ldES . 1 dwood, a B[ Willianls of Shelburne 'ere renloval of his tonsils and Women with n prenatal green wood, Business Is Goin Saturday overnighl guesls of adenoids, care during pregnancy who been seasoried. his nlnther, Mrs. Johu carry tr.babies to term run pinewithahigt Because of In The Hole. Williams. nEWArmVAt, a 9 per cent risk of having a Mr. and Mrs. Frank A son. Byron l,ee, was born low birthweight baby. The (ors, a holiday N0rthw00d t .H. Emel.,,olt have received word to Mr. and Mrs. Michael March ofDimesurgeswomen create a very. lhat Iwo of their grandsons l'erkins of Vershire Jan. 8 at to seek prenatal care as soon creosote build-UP I 942-5581 ha( aeci(k'nts Sunday and Alice l'eck Day Memorial as Ihey think they are a fireplace or holh were al lhe ('otlage ihsl)ilal pregnant, stove. .i-- rthev today.