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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-January 27, 1982 i Ryegate Nancy Perkins 584-3611 Mrs. Arthur Whitehill ac- companied her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Currier and April of Monroe, NH., and her daughter Mrs. Alfred Lamarre of Woodsvflle to the wedding of her grandson Willard Currier to Vicki Desilets Saturday, Jan. 16, at the St. Plus X Catholic Church in Essex Center and the reception following at the Radisson Hotel in Burlington. Mrs. Theodore Clark was the guest speaker at the Dec. 22 meeting of the Wells River- Woodsville Rotary at the Happy Hour Restaurant in Wells River with a topic of "Toys". Ryegate Trailblazers Twenty-four members of the Ryegate Trailblazers 4-H Club enjoyed an afternoon of bowling Saturday, Jan. 16, at the Woodsville Bowling Alleys. Before leaving, the manager of the alleys took each member on a tour of the rear of the alleys to observe the machinery which sets up the pins and returns the balls Gene Perkins left Saturday night, Jan. 16, by Amtrak from Montpelier for a week in Baltimore, Md., for a week of service school on Massey Ferguson farm equipment. Mrs. Perkins, Joe and Gordon accompanied him to Baltimore, spent the day Sunday, and returned home Monday morning. Earthquake Most homes in the corn- munity experienced the earthquake Monday evening, #an. 18, describing it as sounding like a heavy truck coming into theo,,:rlveway or a malfunction of the furnace in the cellar, and some spoke of knickknacks rattling and swaying on shelves and of their dogs or cats acting strange as if sensing it's ap- proach. Mr. and Mrs Guy Lahounty were visitors Tuesday, Jan 19, of his sister and brother-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith in Middlesex Chimney vwes Members of the Volunteer Fire Department responded to three chimney fires during the past week: Thursday, Jan. 7, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson: Friday, Jan. 8. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stewar! White: and Monday, Jan. It. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Cardin on Jefferson Hill. Extension Ilomemakers The Extension Homemakers Group held their monthly meeting Thursday afternoon Jan. 9. at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Nelson with nine members present. Officers were elected for 1982: President- Rachel Gates: Vice President-- Madelfne Labounty; and Secretary- Treasurer--- Gall Nelson. Programs were planned for the next several meetings. The next meeting will be Feb. 4 at 1:00 at the home of Mrs. banks Museunl in St John- sbury, as guest speaker. Iter topic was "ice llarvesting" and she showed slides, ex- plained the pr(K'ess of har- vesting ice. and had on exhibit a nice selection of tools and equipment which were used in years past to harvest the ice. One of the people whom Mrs. Daniels interviewed while researching her topic was Leroy Nelson, and she displayed a Jew ice-harvesting lools which belonged to him and told interesting memories which he had shared with her of days when he harvested ice on Ticklenaked Pond. The business meeting followed the program. Womens Activitit Com- mittee member Isabelle Whitehill distributed copies of the rules for the 1982 National Grange Sewing Contest and has others available for anyone wishing one. There will be a card party at the Grange ttall Saturday evening, Jan. 16. The next meeting will be Tuesday, Jan. 26. at which time State Senator Scudder Parker and State Representative John Zampieri will be present to speak. The February 9 meeting will include practice and preparation for the Regional Meeting Feb. 13 at Green Mounlain Grange in St. Johnsbury Center. Town Topics Stewart White was in Ithaca. N.Y. Wednesday N NE Waits River Mrs. Clinton Sawye, 439-5445 Area News William Gendron returned to his home last Friday from the V.A. Hospital in White River where he underwent hip surgery He is recuperating nicely and able to get around on crutches. In spite of the cold weather, several were able to attend the Retirement Reception for Dr. Olsen at E. Corinth Sunday afternoon, Jan. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Hutchinson were in Orange recently to attend the open house and 25th wedding an- niversary for the Wendall Vincent Hilyer. Everyone is asked to bring a new craft idea which they have learned and the directions for doing it. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Kinerson and Jack Thursday through Saturday, Jan. 7-9. were her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. David Randall from Putnam, Conn. Miss Lois Eastman returned to the University of Vermont in Burlington Sunday Jan. 10. to begin the second semester of her freshman year studying radiation technology. Blue Mt. Grange Blue Mountain Grange No. 263 held its regular meeting Tuesday evening. Jan. 12, with 22 members and I guest present. The program preceded the meeting and featured Peggy Danieis. a RETIREMENT-- Dr. Francis Olsen has retired after 23 years of service at the Health Center in E. Corinth. S W. Fairlee Corinth , -- ieanor Burroughs 43.' A LOVELY DAY Triumuhan Actually I couldn't say t returT What made this such a lovely West Corinth danghter l)ehorah and a day. Ralh(T like royalty Annick Iriend I)ina's first act was to The air was chill, the clouds I.('ymarie and ('arlysle rush olt and play in the snow hungiow, ?';hepperson returned trom xith Suzi I.earmonth Then Yet it was lovely -- that I their triumphal ('hristmas she turned her attention to' know. pronlanade of Paris. Brive more serious matters, in- Perhaps it was because and lhe French provinces. The clu(ling starting up the Someone couple ere smiling but schoolhouse's micro- Smiled my way and brought spee('hh,ss as they glided into computer chip water system, thesun; the village in the hack of their .\\;fter much probing and Maybe it was only that rented Rolls Royce limousine, prmmlg and pushing, it was A friend stopped for a little 'lhe villaRe had not seen a learned thal the systemwould chat; speetach, like that since only work if the on-off switch Or that a nelghbor passing by midnight July 25. 1975. when a xas propped in the "'on" Called a warm and friendly fhill)ed trailer h)aded with Isitionwithabriek "Hi,'" singing, dancing tlari- Many residents of W. Possibly its speial glow Krishnas chugged up Willey (orinth spent the week after CamefromheipingoueI Ilill ('hristnlas attempting to get know-- ,veral of the villagers who wandered down to the road's edge to ohserve the procession said the couple appeared \\;l, (iI i'V. 'When you live in the fast h,ne. you have to expect to get tuckered once in a while.'" said one neighbor, shaking her head m an expression that was suspended l)etween disbelief a n(l sonlel hing short of awe. lh,lped ou! of the car by a uniformed driver. Lyle im- nlediatelx rushed in search of heams. Annick went upstairs and began rolling out yet anolher raspl)erry tort ']'he l'reneh were home at last. ('onlpared to lhe return, the h'il i ilself was slightly anti- climaetie. Shepperson spent niueh of his time studying the h'ehnique ol French swine uhen they are searching for truffles, so that he might someday Ix, able to practice lhal art. Anniek spent much of her tinle hloking in French freezers, searching for the ideal method of storing chickens, ller current nlelhxls ha ve been the suhject ,,f considerable discussion in W (orinlh She also learned through Friday. Jan. 13-15 to A large number of friends she has made through her attend an Eastern Jersey Sire work at the Health Center attended a reception in her Committee Meeting. honor on Jan. 17 at the Masonic Hall in E. Corinth. Kimberly McLare celebrated her sixth birthday by having a pajanm party Dr, Frances OIsen Friday evening. Jan. 8. with Hannah Nelson. Melissa reception held guests. . Stewart White attended a Jersey Calf and Heifer Sale It was in June of 1958 that children.E. Corinth. Commiltee Meeting at the Dr. Frances A. Olsen. her A decorated cake made by tvo ne types of cakes. One is University of Vermont Farm husband. Hugh, and their four Mrs. Renrick Frost of Top- Ihe elusive "Snore Tort" in Burlington Tuesday, Jan. children, Hugh Jr. (Toby), sham for which Mrs. Mildred hroughl secretly into this 12 Earl, Aina Jo and Roy came to Fox of Topsham furnished the cotlntr? ill 1967 by the Jared McLure and Ethan E Corinth from Philadelphia, ingredients was the T hreshold Instilute. Theothcr Nelson were overnight guests Pa. where she had just decoration for the refresh- ,s the "'('acque du Friday. Jan. 8. of Mr. and completed her medical ment table. Those helping to Apricotiquc" which until recently Ires existed only in Mrs. Bruce Nelson. Curtis and training. On July 1 she began serve refreshments were James. her medical practice at the Virginia Vittum, Vetha Ihe minds of English school Reginald While attended a Valley Health Center. Twenty Holland, Yvette Tomlinson, girls. Northern New England threeand a half years later on ConnieThurston, MarySmith, F,'ee Will Church was Presbytery Council Meeting Dec. 31. 1981she retired. Sandra Clark. Marjorie maintained in their absence Saturday. Jan. 9. in On Sunday, Jan. 17, 1982 the Sweet. Kitty Peixotto and hy llolly and Peter Crawford- nice photographs of their Not much reaily -- just a hand homes before they are corn- To let him know I understand. pletely buried by snow. Only Nothing happened, actually, Free Will Church seems To set this day apart for me. immune from that possibility. Things went along the usual it is feared that W. Corinth's way-- ambassador-at-large. Katie But oh, it's been a lovely day! Kramer has been kidnapped HELEN LOWRIE l)y West Coast nlem.rs of the MARSHALL lied Brigade and is heing held Heart Fund for ransome. Speculation of February is the month for thal nature began making the the Heart Fund. We have an rounds Ix, cause no one in the active team of volunteer village has heard from her workers ready to call on you. since she left on a good:will Irene Doyle and Barb Sumner nnssion to Santa Fe last have agreed to head up the month, tier employment group. Middle Brook, Blood conlracl calls for twice- Brook and Wild Hill will be vt,klv reports, covered by Peggy Fogg ']his reporter is pleased to (assisted by Carol Durkee to announee t hat nearly care for the children as Peggy ever.vone in the village makes calls). Shirley Stever, ceh, hrated the now-past Ginny Southworth, Ruth holidays m some fashion. It Jackson and Anne Stevens. would bc reprelitive to list The Crossroad, the Village everyone separately So the Main Street, Back Street, Mill folloing fornmla has heen Street andBeanvilleareinthe devised to accommodate all bands of Bonnie Cray, Dodie such holiday visitations. Just Tucker, Gloria Durkee, Janet sul)stilule the name of the Austin and Bey. Dexter with person you are curious about Irene and Barb to assist for the name that appears in wherever needed this scanarm and you will Upon receipt of the proper haxe a rough idea of what your materials with which to begin friend or acquaintance (lid this we will meet at Barb's house holiday season: for a kettledrum (just recently Rene and Alphonse read that this is an afternoon l'lulareh spent the holidays tea party) to formulate plans. doing what they usually do ,Please welcome your workers dttringlheholidays-sleeping as they call on you. More lal e wra pping presents,, later, for your information, as shovelling snow. and listening the fund grows. to holiday music on the Vic- TownToples lrola. Nmnerous children Jack and Ruth Jackson have grandchildren, nieces, recently returned from a visit nephews, and more distantly with their daughter and son- relal ed people visited in-law, Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Ihroughouttheperiodbearing E. Thies of Freemont, N.H Barbara 333 illness, all m one Peanut. Helen and Godfrey are the most Hope you are better Bill and Irene Do, tertained three friends Newport. R.I., this past They were here for of snowmobile trips. takes courage, this thinks, in our weather ! The cold weather brother Esther Hill a week. Monday she on the R.F.D for Pete J Then on Tuesdm Cummings attended monthly Avon Meeting | Brown Derby in And, on Friday, but sunny day, Esther substituted on the Time flies when Last Wednesday Ricker visited Mal Ricker and Clara Lan at Terrace Healthcare in Hanover. She was happy to find Mat walking with the aid of a Marge will be home soon Bible Study Group Tuesday morning there were 10 ladies Bible Study big table at the Georgette Chandler. It most pleasant fellowship in her" cozy livingroom. Our study chapters six through Revelation. During the Night Fellowship last Pastor Cook significance of ascension and Jesus' in Heaven. This was of the lessons on the Creed. Memorial Sincere Sympathy community is exten, Dona Waterman anti children Lisa, Mike, Pi: Jason on the death husband and their fa Tuesday morning. "Got refuge-and strength, present help in tr Psalms 46:1. Birthday Luncheol On Wednesaay, Jan. Cook, our ministers' entertained friends Parsonage. The oc being a birthday lunche !the son o na) Vu :Lisbon al was an Lial Insur t memb ne's Paris r of the ember , Am( n and U.S. Arm mrs of " his wife, ! a daul Tuite; t Brooks. At residents were the tremor of an which, jarred houses and also the Thus far no damage has reported. Church services are at 9:00. Alternating as usual -- service on Jan 31 at W. Topsham; Feb. 7 at Waits River. Falrlee ....... Mrs. Esther Johnsm 3.'13-9704 Reappointed Mrs. Hazel Flanders, past- president of the Vermont Retired Teachers Association, has been reappointed as Assistant State Coordinator in the NRTA-AARP Driver Improvement Program in Vermont. Town Topics Mr Henry Colby, who has been a patent at the Cottage Hospital in Woudsville, N.H, is now recuperating at his home here. Visitor's at Mrs. Irene Gulley's to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mildred Munn were Ralph Munn, Jr., of Normal, Ill., his daughter Barbara Munn. of Concord, N.H, Mrs. Elizabeth Dane add Mrs. Norman Kilminster, also of Concord. Mrs. Pauline Crane and sister Mrs. Katherine Berrian, of Middletown, NY,, nieces of Mrs-Munn, Mr. and Mrs Fritz Gustafson, of Laconia, N.H., and Mrs. Mai'y Smith and Richard Barley of Suncook, N.H. Other step-grandchildren of Mrs. Munn are Sheryi and David Murm and Debra Bier. Mrs. Munn was a member of Bethany No 61 O.E.S of Suncook, N.H Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flanders have returned from a vacation on the island of St. Martin, one of the Lesser Antilles Hlstm'lcai iy Hester Gardner spoke to the Historical Society on Tues. evemng, Jan. 12, at the regular meeting, on the ar- tifacts that the Society has collected. Mrs. Joseph Mger, formerly a patient at the Mary Hit- chcock Memorial Hospital, Hanover, has been tran- sferred to the Hanover Terrace Healthcare, on the Lyme Rd The Federated Church Fellowship held its regular meeting Sunday evening, Jan 24, at the home of Todd Pierson. Raffle Results The results of theraffle put on by the Fairlee Baldtoppers is: first prize, Sonnie'ar- nham; second prize, Ruth Driscoil. of Conn.: third prize, Frank Harris. staff member of the Fair- arren below zero. At ! :00 p.m. it was 17 degrees above. Good winter weather. Snow from 10:00 a.m. 20 to 25 below predicted for tonight. Looks like a three dog night. Fire Department The fire meeting. Thursday evening had a good at- tendance. The budget presented for 1982. Some of the boys are working on the skating rink on the common. The electric power is now attached to the band stand. "Be some time before we have band concerts there" Walace Wright spent 10days at the Veteran's Hospital in White River. Games for the Teenagers to be held at rear  Mt Church this Sunday. Snow, cold and water on the ice canceled this event at Week's Crossing Pond recently. It was canceled again today--too cold. Fire Meeting The Whrren Fire Depart- ment held a regular meeting Thursday night at the firehouse. It was a cold night so no practice or water pumping took place. Chief Pushee explained that the smoke and fire alarms had been placed in most public buildings and in some elderly homes This cost the depar. tment over $300. but if one life is saved or even a building, it is money well spent. The department voted to con- tribute out of their special account $25.00 for the Easter Seal ride-in in February. The department also voted to take from their special fund, $I,000. to be matched by a St,000. amount to be raised at the March meeting to be put in capital reserve for the future purchase of fire equipment. We have done this for several years and it will be a big help when a new piece of fire equipment is needed soon. The chief was to contact the her friend, Darlene Cool Newburyport. Mass. Valley Health Center Mary Holland. Mrs. Grace Young. Peter's only comment gifts of fruitcakes, rubics The reason for the visit was to adults and ten chi Puglisi on .eting the cou le return (ul)ts and other lestte hel Wanda wzth household Auxiliary sponsored a Gibby circulated the guest ..... "' ., ,c p ....... . "" " '"'' . P . ! gathered for the happy ,,,. ,I (lUltl .nc. bin t( m,ngs cnores aurln her l'ivdl I,,, ;etirement reception for the book. Guests attended from . '" ,' ,, 'j' ' *,. g '- .'. . . " g recovery The luncheon was follo  --"'.--" doctor at the Masonie Building Barre, Bradford, Corinth, E m m(w!Lv vqer .Kept the Then I{ene Alphonse and from surgery, a cake and ice crean V m,t-muu from 2 to 5 n m She was Co,.Inch i,i,i,,,,.,  " t nurcns isronoignagian l'anfil,, returned the visits by Three more friends hay ,,, .7 , . . ,-, , ,. .:,,_,, ,,wuu,, ,, ,,,- , : .... . ..... . .  ...... e presents and many' tgl to see If some present aplnk, ealmat,on.i'ord. TopSi,: Waits Rfir ll',',i.!,nLPh'n,t i id,i,., .,tlm,lllit ,lii,,,w:-_--r-: ..... = ........ corsa-e and Mr Olsenawhite and II qr, .... i., It, _a ..... lllltll tH llle IOr(lII Ifl('se Salll(' peop,e, lne II- water noles COUla De ploweo s . . v). .up,am, yr.: attu s()'o { .... , " ' ' ILLS out, as the snow banks now 'carnatiOn boutonniere. She from Londonderry, Piermont, ui) r:': lihiY ():ieceedml a ll:llitltttit3i'::]'ato he , ------------------IslI. would make it very difficult to was also presented a quilt Haverhill and Woodsville, " ! . ' . .'. ' "' g '" g ! ." " t a t ' ......... made in the fan -attern ..... Ir,,,,i Marn, lmmmique and gianl snow I,ank on the I h".]l'V T AT :therh. c nmbovermen.tosaynommg batter,, watch ,,," ..... L t,n_ ^ r. , ...... f,.__ her cl,nsi,l'l. John of (:am- farnilv's relurn frnm nearby ] V.l.tL.ll.qLPJ.l JI. k.ll 21k 1 1. .... hand a 'ls - - ............... J t. ..... : ....... I)rl(lge l%laSS, isra(n'or(1, ii IOOK |WO tractors , 1JPl li IJ "l," "O'IL'1"lld["k'll'l"l' 'onlJul lncaseoztlre ,  : Ult lllUtlCy, a iII]IIUUIICtU [III" rlitlllllleUl,  ) , )( ' "" , [ " IL ,W,o no,, ,=,,,,, ,o .n  flower arranement and other of Dec 31 1981 the trustees of Itng I )ng house hghts Iolntlllhenloul. lhc only real [ I-tJlallLA IJP_.artJll ;lls, the ll.. lalllilllilL liO iillU ti o ' ' i (tied o '  ' ' ' ' " ' " ' " gl  ii(( again aftel t oni )l,utll ol lht hohda (conUnu Jenl few chimney fires lately, as gifts from her many friends the Valley Health Center have .... ',. ' I ..... ' . '' ed from page 5) the right side of theint:e[m1'._ expected this weather Clean and former patients whom she been actively engaged in setra ong , n!onms (n season !s mm mci.ewasjus, woman, was treated for in Fairlee, colliding  l alclv out your chimneys and take has faithfully served all these securing the services of a llq'l'l!)lei,..m. rKness ann tj., mnen gjo moo an. bruises at Mary Hitchcock guardrail on Tuesday,  ,mn much nreeaution aainst fire years, doctor  .............. a t,,uools.spn! i'cw Allnol!se saltl on severn( Hospital following the in- at annroximatelv 12"00  =,' anc this bel-ow--zero -watier She and her husband On Jan. 11 Dr. Leon Fay of ,'ar s ,,eeKend tmre w,lh .ccas!gns thai h f( It bhmted, eident. ,, Police, said the car r toNn! Heating equipment gets greeted their 150guests which Madison Va. met with the Al.,,a. ..... a.i,, Marcella Hoffman The vehicle received minor damage and i la...  " ' V ilt ,, ,, " . uwln w overworked and fires r ul included her present staff at trustees and ex ressed an Wt, Jltli . moderate damage to ts urms were re orted iJ es t , P 764-5795.. J P }net 1 pa m and this iscold weather to the Health Center, Mrs. interest in coming to E. TownTopics most excellent chief; Anita right front end, according to incident. " f,,. ' " ' "* Sevt fightfire. Barbara Wakefield, of Corinth. Bonme Downing, daughter Cate, excellent senior; She(In po!ice. . Accident  toho- I. l il Seven below zero thi radfor, receptionist; Mrs. On Jan t9 the trustees met of Mr. and Mrs. toert Foote, excellent junior, weather conditions at the BRADFORD-- A car i o.. ...... ' ...... ' unllff mornin and at 5"00 n m it i Sue Perrault, Barre, and voted to ask Dr Fay to Downing of East Side Road is Charlene Kenned ,mana er" time of the accident were truck collided on Intersfl iv -- -o --- ,- ...... - . . Y- g , .  e nl still about eight below and a techmctan Mrs Connie come being pledged to the Alpha Ph Tammy Sackett, secretary; described as clear but police in Bradford on Tuesday, Be ..... eml el , t  " " C " "  ti'Ilt Sol strong north wind. Thurston, L.P.N., Corinth; Dr. Fay will open his SorortyatBentiey ollege. Jeanne Wltscher, treasurer; say road condtmns were at about 1:00 p.m., ac nd ,, . As uamchumauke Valle and Mrs. Charlotte Hansen, practice at the Valle Health Alpha Phi is one of the oldest Bertha Keysar, protector pro "icy" to lice "'=." q y . y , . . . po . lion ' Snowmobile Club met at the bookkeeper, Corinth. Alsotwo Center on or about June 1, nternational women's tern; Pam Cummings, guard; Accident Police say a 1964 !'hetfoC! b" Fire House Sunday afternoon of the Olsen's sons and their 1982. . fratermttes and has 110 Barbara Pike, pianlst. BRADFORD--- Police say two drivenbya37-yearold me,--- . , , IUU famlhes were resent Mr Dr Osadhe is resentl chapters In the United States The mstallatton of officers vehicles colhded on Route 25 woman, pulled into There was discussion on thel2 " "" P -- " " Y " P Y d Ca " " " ..... to 15 year old trainin- to all-w and Mrs "Toby" Olsen and keeping hours at the Health an nada. Bonme, a 1980 was the feature of the evenm m Bradford on Friday, Jan. 8 ass lane stnkin8   g P ng peep ...... these le to ride even on three children of Lon- Center Tuesday and Friday graduate of Plymouth Area with the installing offices" at approxlmately3'15p m second vehicle involved ! their own parents land and donderry, N.H., and Mr. and Roy Olsen and two bringing one of the sons, Craig, back for a week's stay with them. Rodney Jordon was in Mary Hitehcock for a week recently as a medicalpatient. Dan Fiske and Debbie Houghton, both second-year students at Barring(on (R.I.) College, will he coming home Jan. 22 for a week's "win- terim." Mr. and Mrs. Winston Doe mornings from 8 to 12. High School, is a sophomore at acting grand chief, Margaret Bentley where she is majoring Witcher; acting grand senior, also as to what credit is given Mrs. in accounting. She is em- them on rides. This is a matter Stella Knapp ployed at the Cedar Store. the NHSA should clear up. E. Corinth m-5= Harold *Brown has an- There was discussion as to Gloria from Gloria's Salon He is planning to work with nounced that he will not be a riding on abandoned railroad of Beauty is attending La Medical Ethic part of his time candidate for reelection to the ways where the rails are still Boutique of Beauty cademy in Dublin. Rev. Gilbert was a Board of Selectmen this year. in place. This does not affect in Holiday, Ft. While away her former pastor in the E. Cold our section, but in places it salon will be operated by Corinth and Topsham chur- This was the week of the does. Mary Gendron. ches. deep-freeze. Readings of -I0 Twenty-four knit hats were Recently a letter has been The steeple lighting for the degrees, to -25 degrees were ordered with the name received here from the Rev. week of Jan. I0 was given in common. One or two ther- Asquamchumaukee knitted Peter Gilbert and his wife, memory of Henry T Me(calf mometers dipped to -30 in. This will take a good sized Joan, saying that they will be by his wife Marjorie. The degrees. That's cold! hat to get the word all on. serving the Presbyterian steeple lighting for the week of The effect was heightened District Director Elmer Church in Dublin, Pa., Jan. 17 is given in memory of by Saturday's snow, blowy Heath reported District beginning in mid-January. John Williams by his storm which added a good Director Chuck Elms had Rew Gilbert will take his Bar daughter. Sarah Polli. eight inches towhatwe have. recently groomed the trail to Examinations this su/nmer. Then there was the ear- Meatier Pond, and it was very smooth. They will next try to Piern..lont  . thquake; all 4.8 points of it! i" ' Depending on how a house was groom an East Warren trail. Here some more directional Bus Didn't Start brought in a collection of located the shock was felt. signs are needed by the Ray Like most of the Valley plates from each state in the Someone at the Flood Cabins. They will he put up towns Piermont's news this union. Agnes Perkins has a Insurance meeting in the this week. week is mostly weather, puff quilted wall hanging Town Hall asked, "Did Much discussion on the Monday, Jan. 18 -- no school surrounded by stain glass anybody else hear a rumble Ride-in to Keene. Special--school bus wouldnotstart, ornaments made by her son, just now?" The response This also applied to some Gary. A luggage rackwhich came, "Thatwas the furnace meeting for details on that this commuter cars. That same won a rL,'st prize m the coming on. Suddenly folks week. Next meeting Feb. 21 at the night came the local ear- Bradford Fair is the work of remembered there is no Rays, Y'all come and bring a thquake with everyone having Florence Robbins. furnace in the Tow n Hall. On dish. a taleto tell of his reactions. The Hobby that returning home they learned Planning Board Never Grows Old that their rumble had been an Davidson at their winter held Wednesday, Jan. 26. recently added to her many went to Amesbury, Mass., on residence in Lake Wales, FI., The Senior Citizens in years of color photography Friday to attend the funeral of will he returning home for the Offord, Jan. 19 ejoyed Agnes adventures in black-and-white her brother, Charles Solari, weekend of Jan. 2, after Perkins' fine slide show of the with Gendron as her teacher! who died suddenly. which she will return to Bicentennial Parades in 1964- Her exhibit includes color Snowmobile Club Roberts Wesleyan College, 65 in the towns of Piermont, canvas, lncai scenes and The Baker RiVer North Chili, N,Y., where she is Bradford and Orford. Some illustrations of her verse Snowmobile Club will have a a second-year student saw themselves pictured in writing, pot luck supper and a meeting. Easier Access the floats. Pythian Sisters Two Burlington ar- IAbraryExhibits The following Pythian chitectural barrier removal January Hobby, month INTERESTING FACT Sisters were installed. consultants, recommended by continues with exhibits at the The technical name for a recently. Marlene Wright, library. Grace French young crow is "simp." past chief: Marie Spencer, Judy Pease; acting grand manager, Leona Foote; guard, Marcia Anderson. Candlobearers were Avis Cushing, Dot Jesseman, Margaret Bixby, Janice Sackett. The Flower Degree was observed with Janice Sackett as soloist. School Volunteers Are you an adult with a little time to invest in your school? You don't need to have a college degree, or even a talent. All you need is a willingness to serve as an extra pair of hands to help cut out letters, answer the phone, watch a couple of youngsters -- whatever might need doing that ateacher hasn't time for. Barbara Lech will meet at the school Wednesday mor- ning from I0:00 to II:00 with folks interested in helping. She can be reached by phone at home 764-5877 or at the school at 764-5811. It is hoped that a three-day Winter Carnival can be set up for the youngsters in February. All that's needed are enthusiastic workers. FAST Squad Recently elected officers of the Waen-Wentworth FAST Squad are: Marlene Wright, president; Wanda Adams, vice president; Pam Cum- mings, secretary and Janice Sackett, treasurer. Marie Smith is in charge of public relations and Don Bagley is in charge of schedule and run forms. Shirley Messholder will have charge of training for two years and Pat Hight for one year. Alan Shortt, Pat Hight, Janice Sackett and Shirley Mnssholder and Pam Cummings completed the (#ease turn to page 7) According to police, the accident occurred when a 1975, Dodge driven by a 36-year old Bradford man attempted to collision, a 1980 GMC 0 trailer truck driven by. 1 year old White River Ju man. pull out of a driveway while a Police reported no it second car, a 1972 Dodge in the accident and driven by a 26-year old W. moderate damage to Corinth woman was traveling vehicles. west bound on the same read. Accident ! No injuries were reported in S. CORINTH-- the incident, reported a two-ear colli Both vehicles were said by S. Corinth on Jan. 5 inV police to have sustained a pickup truck driven "mnderate"damages. year old Barnet m Ry , Dawley Once more the hearing on Two photographic exhibits earthquake complete with S. egate L{ i i - ,4-,'Wa the .O.T. Bradley application are by Kenneth Gendron, age rattling dishes, a momentary Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Frost are making a business trip to to have a garage on his 18 and Florence Robbins, age disruption of phone service, visited their daughter, Alison Pennsylvania. property on the River Road 76. Gendron has recognized and some disturbed house Martin, and sons, Millbury, Janet Doe, after spending a was inconclusive. A third and expertise in picture ant] dark pets. Mass., the weekend of Jan. 16, week with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde hopefully, final hearing will he room talents. Robbins has Mrs. Floyd Gore (Lorraine) Aceldent THETFORD-- Two cars collided at the junction of Academy Rd. and Route 113 on Thetford Hill, Monday, Jan. II at approximately 8:20 a.m., according to police. Police say the accident occurred when both vehicles, one east bound and the other west hound on Route 113, swerved to avoid a third vehicle entering the roadway from Academy Rd. One of the cars -- a 1965 Ford pickup driven by a 26- year old The(ford Center man, was said to have received "extensive" front end damage The other vehicle, a 1980 Saab driven by a 64-year old Vershire man, also received "extensive" front end damage, according to police. The driver of the Saab was said to have received a cut on the nose. No other injuries were reported in the incident. Weather conditions at the time of the accident were said to he "clear" but police described road conditions as "icy." Accident FAIRLEE-- A Berlin, N.H., man reportedly fell asleep at the wheel of his 1979 Old- smobile causing him to leave MILLS- 'lane Wa , _e_e_e_e_e_e_e_e Y, Ja litehcock I after a l as born AI; ills, the and Cami rlane. ! at Midd nd the another pickup driven b She an e Hanov year old Chelsea m . . e d In 1967 at Police said both v  , ,, rl u practm received mode " damage.  .Sive ca Accident  lars. BARNEY-- Aecor diir?n  t police, a 20-year o, :!_ at tht donville woman driving _ !i'n Post M Ford, lost control i: vehicle on the in.tj n co.mmu causing the vehicle to sJ: ember , dlongregatio guardrail on Jan. o ":e'- .... lit  liil.tlffr Ir,,.C{ proximately 1:10 a.m. ! o,. . one was K1 NO injuries were repo  the incident. Road co = at the time of the hal were, said by police  -"'" "icy,' , 'l_ -- Police say the car re  [t extensive front damage. Accidents ' BRADFORD-- Two collided on Route 5 ir. ford on Jan. 2, accord police.. Police say a 1978 PL driven by a 26-year old man collided with Honda driven by a 19-Y man from Andover, Me both vehicles lost co what police described "icy" roadway. No injuries were rel the incident and the were said to have minor to moderate da kIRLEE an, 37, eSday, Ja less. is born Jar the ha Water 'aterra'an t in 1965 ar )Y McNam .th Auto Ss non. survived l w. Fairle I and Jas L , Lisa an  airlee; hi Ph; a si i Page 6-The Journal Opinion-January 27, 1982 i Ryegate Nancy Perkins 584-3611 Mrs. Arthur Whitehill ac- companied her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Currier and April of Monroe, NH., and her daughter Mrs. Alfred Lamarre of Woodsvflle to the wedding of her grandson Willard Currier to Vicki Desilets Saturday, Jan. 16, at the St. Plus X Catholic Church in Essex Center and the reception following at the Radisson Hotel in Burlington. Mrs. Theodore Clark was the guest speaker at the Dec. 22 meeting of the Wells River- Woodsville Rotary at the Happy Hour Restaurant in Wells River with a topic of "Toys". Ryegate Trailblazers Twenty-four members of the Ryegate Trailblazers 4-H Club enjoyed an afternoon of bowling Saturday, Jan. 16, at the Woodsville Bowling Alleys. Before leaving, the manager of the alleys took each member on a tour of the rear of the alleys to observe the machinery which sets up the pins and returns the balls Gene Perkins left Saturday night, Jan. 16, by Amtrak from Montpelier for a week in Baltimore, Md., for a week of service school on Massey Ferguson farm equipment. Mrs. Perkins, Joe and Gordon accompanied him to Baltimore, spent the day Sunday, and returned home Monday morning. Earthquake Most homes in the corn- munity experienced the earthquake Monday evening, #an. 18, describing it as sounding like a heavy truck coming into theo,,:rlveway or a malfunction of the furnace in the cellar, and some spoke of knickknacks rattling and swaying on shelves and of their dogs or cats acting strange as if sensing it's ap- proach. Mr. and Mrs Guy Lahounty were visitors Tuesday, Jan 19, of his sister and brother-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith in Middlesex Chimney vwes Members of the Volunteer Fire Department responded to three chimney fires during the past week: Thursday, Jan. 7, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson: Friday, Jan. 8. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stewar! White: and Monday, Jan. It. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Cardin on Jefferson Hill. Extension Ilomemakers The Extension Homemakers Group held their monthly meeting Thursday afternoon Jan. 9. at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Nelson with nine members present. Officers were elected for 1982: President- Rachel Gates: Vice President-- Madelfne Labounty; and Secretary- Treasurer--- Gall Nelson. Programs were planned for the next several meetings. The next meeting will be Feb. 4 at 1:00 at the home of Mrs. banks Museunl in St John- sbury, as guest speaker. Iter topic was "ice llarvesting" and she showed slides, ex- plained the pr(K'ess of har- vesting ice. and had on exhibit a nice selection of tools and equipment which were used in years past to harvest the ice. One of the people whom Mrs. Daniels interviewed while researching her topic was Leroy Nelson, and she displayed a Jew ice-harvesting lools which belonged to him and told interesting memories which he had shared with her of days when he harvested ice on Ticklenaked Pond. The business meeting followed the program. Womens Activitit Com- mittee member Isabelle Whitehill distributed copies of the rules for the 1982 National Grange Sewing Contest and has others available for anyone wishing one. There will be a card party at the Grange ttall Saturday evening, Jan. 16. The next meeting will be Tuesday, Jan. 26. at which time State Senator Scudder Parker and State Representative John Zampieri will be present to speak. The February 9 meeting will include practice and preparation for the Regional Meeting Feb. 13 at Green Mounlain Grange in St. Johnsbury Center. Town Topics Stewart White was in Ithaca. N.Y. Wednesday N NE Waits River Mrs. Clinton Sawye, 439-5445 Area News William Gendron returned to his home last Friday from the V.A. Hospital in White River where he underwent hip surgery He is recuperating nicely and able to get around on crutches. In spite of the cold weather, several were able to attend the Retirement Reception for Dr. Olsen at E. Corinth Sunday afternoon, Jan. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Hutchinson were in Orange recently to attend the open house and 25th wedding an- niversary for the Wendall Vincent Hilyer. Everyone is asked to bring a new craft idea which they have learned and the directions for doing it. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Kinerson and Jack Thursday through Saturday, Jan. 7-9. were her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. David Randall from Putnam, Conn. Miss Lois Eastman returned to the University of Vermont in Burlington Sunday Jan. 10. to begin the second semester of her freshman year studying radiation technology. Blue Mt. Grange Blue Mountain Grange No. 263 held its regular meeting Tuesday evening. Jan. 12, with 22 members and I guest present. The program preceded the meeting and featured Peggy Danieis. a RETIREMENT-- Dr. Francis Olsen has retired after 23 years of service at the Health Center in E. Corinth. S W. Fairlee Corinth , -- ieanor Burroughs 43.' A LOVELY DAY Triumuhan Actually I couldn't say t returT What made this such a lovely West Corinth danghter l)ehorah and a day. Ralh(T like royalty Annick Iriend I)ina's first act was to The air was chill, the clouds I.('ymarie and ('arlysle rush olt and play in the snow hungiow, ?';hepperson returned trom xith Suzi I.earmonth Then Yet it was lovely -- that I their triumphal ('hristmas she turned her attention to' know. pronlanade of Paris. Brive more serious matters, in- Perhaps it was because and lhe French provinces. The clu(ling starting up the Someone couple ere smiling but schoolhouse's micro- Smiled my way and brought spee('hh,ss as they glided into computer chip water system, thesun; the village in the hack of their .\\;fter much probing and Maybe it was only that rented Rolls Royce limousine, prmmlg and pushing, it was A friend stopped for a little 'lhe villaRe had not seen a learned thal the systemwould chat; speetach, like that since only work if the on-off switch Or that a nelghbor passing by midnight July 25. 1975. when a xas propped in the "'on" Called a warm and friendly fhill)ed trailer h)aded with Isitionwithabriek "Hi,'" singing, dancing tlari- Many residents of W. Possibly its speial glow Krishnas chugged up Willey (orinth spent the week after CamefromheipingoueI Ilill ('hristnlas attempting to get know-- ,veral of the villagers who wandered down to the road's edge to ohserve the procession said the couple appeared \\;l, (iI i'V. 'When you live in the fast h,ne. you have to expect to get tuckered once in a while.'" said one neighbor, shaking her head m an expression that was suspended l)etween disbelief a n(l sonlel hing short of awe. lh,lped ou! of the car by a uniformed driver. Lyle im- nlediatelx rushed in search of heams. Annick went upstairs and began rolling out yet anolher raspl)erry tort ']'he l'reneh were home at last. ('onlpared to lhe return, the h'il i ilself was slightly anti- climaetie. Shepperson spent niueh of his time studying the h'ehnique ol French swine uhen they are searching for truffles, so that he might someday Ix, able to practice lhal art. Anniek spent much of her tinle hloking in French freezers, searching for the ideal method of storing chickens, ller current nlelhxls ha ve been the suhject ,,f considerable discussion in W (orinlh She also learned through Friday. Jan. 13-15 to A large number of friends she has made through her attend an Eastern Jersey Sire work at the Health Center attended a reception in her Committee Meeting. honor on Jan. 17 at the Masonic Hall in E. Corinth. Kimberly McLare celebrated her sixth birthday by having a pajanm party Dr, Frances OIsen Friday evening. Jan. 8. with Hannah Nelson. Melissa reception held guests. . Stewart White attended a Jersey Calf and Heifer Sale It was in June of 1958 that children.E. Corinth. Commiltee Meeting at the Dr. Frances A. Olsen. her A decorated cake made by tvo ne types of cakes. One is University of Vermont Farm husband. Hugh, and their four Mrs. Renrick Frost of Top- Ihe elusive "Snore Tort" in Burlington Tuesday, Jan. children, Hugh Jr. (Toby), sham for which Mrs. Mildred hroughl secretly into this 12 Earl, Aina Jo and Roy came to Fox of Topsham furnished the cotlntr? ill 1967 by the Jared McLure and Ethan E Corinth from Philadelphia, ingredients was the T hreshold Instilute. Theothcr Nelson were overnight guests Pa. where she had just decoration for the refresh- ,s the "'('acque du Friday. Jan. 8. of Mr. and completed her medical ment table. Those helping to Apricotiquc" which until recently Ires existed only in Mrs. Bruce Nelson. Curtis and training. On July 1 she began serve refreshments were James. her medical practice at the Virginia Vittum, Vetha Ihe minds of English school Reginald While attended a Valley Health Center. Twenty Holland, Yvette Tomlinson, girls. Northern New England threeand a half years later on ConnieThurston, MarySmith, F,'ee Will Church was Presbytery Council Meeting Dec. 31. 1981she retired. Sandra Clark. Marjorie maintained in their absence Saturday. Jan. 9. in On Sunday, Jan. 17, 1982 the Sweet. Kitty Peixotto and hy llolly and Peter Crawford- nice photographs of their Not much reaily -- just a hand homes before they are corn- To let him know I understand. pletely buried by snow. Only Nothing happened, actually, Free Will Church seems To set this day apart for me. immune from that possibility. Things went along the usual it is feared that W. Corinth's way-- ambassador-at-large. Katie But oh, it's been a lovely day! Kramer has been kidnapped HELEN LOWRIE l)y West Coast nlem.rs of the MARSHALL lied Brigade and is heing held Heart Fund for ransome. Speculation of February is the month for thal nature began making the the Heart Fund. We have an rounds Ix, cause no one in the active team of volunteer village has heard from her workers ready to call on you. since she left on a good:will Irene Doyle and Barb Sumner nnssion to Santa Fe last have agreed to head up the month, tier employment group. Middle Brook, Blood conlracl calls for twice- Brook and Wild Hill will be vt,klv reports, covered by Peggy Fogg ']his reporter is pleased to (assisted by Carol Durkee to announee t hat nearly care for the children as Peggy ever.vone in the village makes calls). Shirley Stever, ceh, hrated the now-past Ginny Southworth, Ruth holidays m some fashion. It Jackson and Anne Stevens. would bc reprelitive to list The Crossroad, the Village everyone separately So the Main Street, Back Street, Mill folloing fornmla has heen Street andBeanvilleareinthe devised to accommodate all bands of Bonnie Cray, Dodie such holiday visitations. Just Tucker, Gloria Durkee, Janet sul)stilule the name of the Austin and Bey. Dexter with person you are curious about Irene and Barb to assist for the name that appears in wherever needed this scanarm and you will Upon receipt of the proper haxe a rough idea of what your materials with which to begin friend or acquaintance (lid this we will meet at Barb's house holiday season: for a kettledrum (just recently Rene and Alphonse read that this is an afternoon l'lulareh spent the holidays tea party) to formulate plans. doing what they usually do ,Please welcome your workers dttringlheholidays-sleeping as they call on you. More lal e wra pping presents,, later, for your information, as shovelling snow. and listening the fund grows. to holiday music on the Vic- TownToples lrola. Nmnerous children Jack and Ruth Jackson have grandchildren, nieces, recently returned from a visit nephews, and more distantly with their daughter and son- relal ed people visited in-law, Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Ihroughouttheperiodbearing E. Thies of Freemont, N.H Barbara 333 illness, all m one Peanut. Helen and Godfrey are the most Hope you are better Bill and Irene Do, tertained three friends Newport. R.I., this past They were here for of snowmobile trips. takes courage, this thinks, in our weather ! The cold weather brother Esther Hill a week. Monday she on the R.F.D for Pete J Then on Tuesdm Cummings attended monthly Avon Meeting | Brown Derby in And, on Friday, but sunny day, Esther substituted on the Time flies when Last Wednesday Ricker visited Mal Ricker and Clara Lan at Terrace Healthcare in Hanover. She was happy to find Mat walking with the aid of a Marge will be home soon Bible Study Group Tuesday morning there were 10 ladies Bible Study big table at the Georgette Chandler. It most pleasant fellowship in her" cozy livingroom. Our study chapters six through Revelation. During the Night Fellowship last Pastor Cook significance of ascension and Jesus' in Heaven. This was of the lessons on the Creed. Memorial Sincere Sympathy community is exten, Dona Waterman anti children Lisa, Mike, Pi: Jason on the death husband and their fa Tuesday morning. "Got refuge-and strength, present help in tr Psalms 46:1. Birthday Luncheol On Wednesaay, Jan. Cook, our ministers' entertained friends Parsonage. The oc being a birthday lunche !the son o na) Vu :Lisbon al was an Lial Insur t memb ne's Paris r of the ember , Am( n and U.S. Arm mrs of " his wife, ! a daul Tuite; t Brooks. At residents were the tremor of an which, jarred houses and also the Thus far no damage has reported. Church services are at 9:00. Alternating as usual -- service on Jan 31 at W. Topsham; Feb. 7 at Waits River. Falrlee ....... Mrs. Esther Johnsm 3.'13-9704 Reappointed Mrs. Hazel Flanders, past- president of the Vermont Retired Teachers Association, has been reappointed as Assistant State Coordinator in the NRTA-AARP Driver Improvement Program in Vermont. Town Topics Mr Henry Colby, who has been a patent at the Cottage Hospital in Woudsville, N.H, is now recuperating at his home here. Visitor's at Mrs. Irene Gulley's to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mildred Munn were Ralph Munn, Jr., of Normal, Ill., his daughter Barbara Munn. of Concord, N.H, Mrs. Elizabeth Dane add Mrs. Norman Kilminster, also of Concord. Mrs. Pauline Crane and sister Mrs. Katherine Berrian, of Middletown, NY,, nieces of Mrs-Munn, Mr. and Mrs Fritz Gustafson, of Laconia, N.H., and Mrs. Mai'y Smith and Richard Barley of Suncook, N.H. Other step-grandchildren of Mrs. Munn are Sheryi and David Murm and Debra Bier. Mrs. Munn was a member of Bethany No 61 O.E.S of Suncook, N.H Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flanders have returned from a vacation on the island of St. Martin, one of the Lesser Antilles Hlstm'lcai iy Hester Gardner spoke to the Historical Society on Tues. evemng, Jan. 12, at the regular meeting, on the ar- tifacts that the Society has collected. Mrs. Joseph Mger, formerly a patient at the Mary Hit- chcock Memorial Hospital, Hanover, has been tran- sferred to the Hanover Terrace Healthcare, on the Lyme Rd The Federated Church Fellowship held its regular meeting Sunday evening, Jan 24, at the home of Todd Pierson. Raffle Results The results of theraffle put on by the Fairlee Baldtoppers is: first prize, Sonnie'ar- nham; second prize, Ruth Driscoil. of Conn.: third prize, Frank Harris. staff member of the Fair- arren below zero. At ! :00 p.m. it was 17 degrees above. Good winter weather. Snow from 10:00 a.m. 20 to 25 below predicted for tonight. Looks like a three dog night. Fire Department The fire meeting. Thursday evening had a good at- tendance. The budget presented for 1982. Some of the boys are working on the skating rink on the common. The electric power is now attached to the band stand. "Be some time before we have band concerts there" Walace Wright spent 10days at the Veteran's Hospital in White River. Games for the Teenagers to be held at rear  Mt Church this Sunday. Snow, cold and water on the ice canceled this event at Week's Crossing Pond recently. It was canceled again today--too cold. Fire Meeting The Whrren Fire Depart- ment held a regular meeting Thursday night at the firehouse. It was a cold night so no practice or water pumping took place. Chief Pushee explained that the smoke and fire alarms had been placed in most public buildings and in some elderly homes This cost the depar. tment over $300. but if one life is saved or even a building, it is money well spent. The department voted to con- tribute out of their special account $25.00 for the Easter Seal ride-in in February. The department also voted to take from their special fund, $I,000. to be matched by a St,000. amount to be raised at the March meeting to be put in capital reserve for the future purchase of fire equipment. We have done this for several years and it will be a big help when a new piece of fire equipment is needed soon. The chief was to contact the her friend, Darlene Cool Newburyport. Mass. Valley Health Center Mary Holland. Mrs. Grace Young. Peter's only comment gifts of fruitcakes, rubics The reason for the visit was to adults and ten chi Puglisi on .eting the cou le return (ul)ts and other lestte hel Wanda wzth household Auxiliary sponsored a Gibby circulated the guest ..... "' ., ,c p ....... . "" " '"'' . P . ! gathered for the happy ,,,. ,I (lUltl .nc. bin t( m,ngs cnores aurln her l'ivdl I,,, ;etirement reception for the book. Guests attended from . '" ,' ,, 'j' ' *,. g '- .'. . . " g recovery The luncheon was follo  --"'.--" doctor at the Masonie Building Barre, Bradford, Corinth, E m m(w!Lv vqer .Kept the Then I{ene Alphonse and from surgery, a cake and ice crean V m,t-muu from 2 to 5 n m She was Co,.Inch i,i,i,,,,.,  " t nurcns isronoignagian l'anfil,, returned the visits by Three more friends hay ,,, .7 , . . ,-, , ,. .:,,_,, ,,wuu,, ,, ,,,- , : .... . ..... . .  ...... e presents and many' tgl to see If some present aplnk, ealmat,on.i'ord. TopSi,: Waits Rfir ll',',i.!,nLPh'n,t i id,i,., .,tlm,lllit ,lii,,,w:-_--r-: ..... = ........ corsa-e and Mr Olsenawhite and II qr, .... i., It, _a ..... lllltll tH llle IOr(lII Ifl('se Salll(' peop,e, lne II- water noles COUla De ploweo s . . v). .up,am, yr.: attu s()'o { .... , " ' ' ILLS out, as the snow banks now 'carnatiOn boutonniere. She from Londonderry, Piermont, ui) r:': lihiY ():ieceedml a ll:llitltttit3i'::]'ato he , ------------------IslI. would make it very difficult to was also presented a quilt Haverhill and Woodsville, " ! . ' . .'. ' "' g '" g ! ." " t a t ' ......... made in the fan -attern ..... Ir,,,,i Marn, lmmmique and gianl snow I,ank on the I h".]l'V T AT :therh. c nmbovermen.tosaynommg batter,, watch ,,," ..... L t,n_ ^ r. , ...... f,.__ her cl,nsi,l'l. John of (:am- farnilv's relurn frnm nearby ] V.l.tL.ll.qLPJ.l JI. k.ll 21k 1 1. .... hand a 'ls - - ............... J t. ..... : ....... I)rl(lge l%laSS, isra(n'or(1, ii IOOK |WO tractors , 1JPl li IJ "l," "O'IL'1"lld["k'll'l"l' 'onlJul lncaseoztlre ,  : Ult lllUtlCy, a iII]IIUUIICtU [III" rlitlllllleUl,  ) , )( ' "" , [ " IL ,W,o no,, ,=,,,,, ,o .n  flower arranement and other of Dec 31 1981 the trustees of Itng I )ng house hghts Iolntlllhenloul. lhc only real [ I-tJlallLA IJP_.artJll ;lls, the ll.. lalllilllilL liO iillU ti o ' ' i (tied o '  ' ' ' ' " ' " ' " gl  ii(( again aftel t oni )l,utll ol lht hohda (conUnu Jenl few chimney fires lately, as gifts from her many friends the Valley Health Center have .... ',. ' I ..... ' . '' ed from page 5) the right side of theint:e[m1'._ expected this weather Clean and former patients whom she been actively engaged in setra ong , n!onms (n season !s mm mci.ewasjus, woman, was treated for in Fairlee, colliding  l alclv out your chimneys and take has faithfully served all these securing the services of a llq'l'l!)lei,..m. rKness ann tj., mnen gjo moo an. bruises at Mary Hitchcock guardrail on Tuesday,  ,mn much nreeaution aainst fire years, doctor  .............. a t,,uools.spn! i'cw Allnol!se saltl on severn( Hospital following the in- at annroximatelv 12"00  =,' anc this bel-ow--zero -watier She and her husband On Jan. 11 Dr. Leon Fay of ,'ar s ,,eeKend tmre w,lh .ccas!gns thai h f( It bhmted, eident. ,, Police, said the car r toNn! Heating equipment gets greeted their 150guests which Madison Va. met with the Al.,,a. ..... a.i,, Marcella Hoffman The vehicle received minor damage and i la...  " ' V ilt ,, ,, " . uwln w overworked and fires r ul included her present staff at trustees and ex ressed an Wt, Jltli . moderate damage to ts urms were re orted iJ es t , P 764-5795.. J P }net 1 pa m and this iscold weather to the Health Center, Mrs. interest in coming to E. TownTopics most excellent chief; Anita right front end, according to incident. " f,,. ' " ' "* Sevt fightfire. Barbara Wakefield, of Corinth. Bonme Downing, daughter Cate, excellent senior; She(In po!ice. . Accident  toho- I. l il Seven below zero thi radfor, receptionist; Mrs. On Jan t9 the trustees met of Mr. and Mrs. toert Foote, excellent junior, weather conditions at the BRADFORD-- A car i o.. ...... ' ...... ' unllff mornin and at 5"00 n m it i Sue Perrault, Barre, and voted to ask Dr Fay to Downing of East Side Road is Charlene Kenned ,mana er" time of the accident were truck collided on Intersfl iv -- -o --- ,- ...... - . . Y- g , .  e nl still about eight below and a techmctan Mrs Connie come being pledged to the Alpha Ph Tammy Sackett, secretary; described as clear but police in Bradford on Tuesday, Be ..... eml el , t  " " C " "  ti'Ilt Sol strong north wind. Thurston, L.P.N., Corinth; Dr. Fay will open his SorortyatBentiey ollege. Jeanne Wltscher, treasurer; say road condtmns were at about 1:00 p.m., ac nd ,, . As uamchumauke Valle and Mrs. Charlotte Hansen, practice at the Valle Health Alpha Phi is one of the oldest Bertha Keysar, protector pro "icy" to lice "'=." q y . y , . . . po . lion ' Snowmobile Club met at the bookkeeper, Corinth. Alsotwo Center on or about June 1, nternational women's tern; Pam Cummings, guard; Accident Police say a 1964 !'hetfoC! b" Fire House Sunday afternoon of the Olsen's sons and their 1982. . fratermttes and has 110 Barbara Pike, pianlst. BRADFORD--- Police say two drivenbya37-yearold me,--- . , , IUU famlhes were resent Mr Dr Osadhe is resentl chapters In the United States The mstallatton of officers vehicles colhded on Route 25 woman, pulled into There was discussion on thel2 " "" P -- " " Y " P Y d Ca " " " ..... to 15 year old trainin- to all-w and Mrs "Toby" Olsen and keeping hours at the Health an nada. Bonme, a 1980 was the feature of the evenm m Bradford on Friday, Jan. 8 ass lane stnkin8   g P ng peep ...... these le to ride even on three children of Lon- Center Tuesday and Friday graduate of Plymouth Area with the installing offices" at approxlmately3'15p m second vehicle involved ! their own parents land and donderry, N.H., and Mr. and Roy Olsen and two bringing one of the sons, Craig, back for a week's stay with them. Rodney Jordon was in Mary Hitehcock for a week recently as a medicalpatient. Dan Fiske and Debbie Houghton, both second-year students at Barring(on (R.I.) College, will he coming home Jan. 22 for a week's "win- terim." Mr. and Mrs. Winston Doe mornings from 8 to 12. High School, is a sophomore at acting grand chief, Margaret Bentley where she is majoring Witcher; acting grand senior, also as to what credit is given Mrs. in accounting. She is em- them on rides. This is a matter Stella Knapp ployed at the Cedar Store. the NHSA should clear up. E. Corinth m-5= Harold *Brown has an- There was discussion as to Gloria from Gloria's Salon He is planning to work with nounced that he will not be a riding on abandoned railroad of Beauty is attending La Medical Ethic part of his time candidate for reelection to the ways where the rails are still Boutique of Beauty cademy in Dublin. Rev. Gilbert was a Board of Selectmen this year. in place. This does not affect in Holiday, Ft. While away her former pastor in the E. Cold our section, but in places it salon will be operated by Corinth and Topsham chur- This was the week of the does. Mary Gendron. ches. deep-freeze. Readings of -I0 Twenty-four knit hats were Recently a letter has been The steeple lighting for the degrees, to -25 degrees were ordered with the name received here from the Rev. week of Jan. I0 was given in common. One or two ther- Asquamchumaukee knitted Peter Gilbert and his wife, memory of Henry T Me(calf mometers dipped to -30 in. This will take a good sized Joan, saying that they will be by his wife Marjorie. The degrees. That's cold! hat to get the word all on. serving the Presbyterian steeple lighting for the week of The effect was heightened District Director Elmer Church in Dublin, Pa., Jan. 17 is given in memory of by Saturday's snow, blowy Heath reported District beginning in mid-January. John Williams by his storm which added a good Director Chuck Elms had Rew Gilbert will take his Bar daughter. Sarah Polli. eight inches towhatwe have. recently groomed the trail to Examinations this su/nmer. Then there was the ear- Meatier Pond, and it was very smooth. They will next try to Piern..lont  . thquake; all 4.8 points of it! i" ' Depending on how a house was groom an East Warren trail. Here some more directional Bus Didn't Start brought in a collection of located the shock was felt. signs are needed by the Ray Like most of the Valley plates from each state in the Someone at the Flood Cabins. They will he put up towns Piermont's news this union. Agnes Perkins has a Insurance meeting in the this week. week is mostly weather, puff quilted wall hanging Town Hall asked, "Did Much discussion on the Monday, Jan. 18 -- no school surrounded by stain glass anybody else hear a rumble Ride-in to Keene. Special--school bus wouldnotstart, ornaments made by her son, just now?" The response This also applied to some Gary. A luggage rackwhich came, "Thatwas the furnace meeting for details on that this commuter cars. That same won a rL,'st prize m the coming on. Suddenly folks week. Next meeting Feb. 21 at the night came the local ear- Bradford Fair is the work of remembered there is no Rays, Y'all come and bring a thquake with everyone having Florence Robbins. furnace in the Tow n Hall. On dish. a taleto tell of his reactions. The Hobby that returning home they learned Planning Board Never Grows Old that their rumble had been an Davidson at their winter held Wednesday, Jan. 26. recently added to her many went to Amesbury, Mass., on residence in Lake Wales, FI., The Senior Citizens in years of color photography Friday to attend the funeral of will he returning home for the Offord, Jan. 19 ejoyed Agnes adventures in black-and-white her brother, Charles Solari, weekend of Jan. 2, after Perkins' fine slide show of the with Gendron as her teacher! who died suddenly. which she will return to Bicentennial Parades in 1964- Her exhibit includes color Snowmobile Club Roberts Wesleyan College, 65 in the towns of Piermont, canvas, lncai scenes and The Baker RiVer North Chili, N,Y., where she is Bradford and Orford. Some illustrations of her verse Snowmobile Club will have a a second-year student saw themselves pictured in writing, pot luck supper and a meeting. Easier Access the floats. Pythian Sisters Two Burlington ar- IAbraryExhibits The following Pythian chitectural barrier removal January Hobby, month INTERESTING FACT Sisters were installed. consultants, recommended by continues with exhibits at the The technical name for a recently. Marlene Wright, library. Grace French young crow is "simp." past chief: Marie Spencer, Judy Pease; acting grand manager, Leona Foote; guard, Marcia Anderson. Candlobearers were Avis Cushing, Dot Jesseman, Margaret Bixby, Janice Sackett. The Flower Degree was observed with Janice Sackett as soloist. School Volunteers Are you an adult with a little time to invest in your school? You don't need to have a college degree, or even a talent. All you need is a willingness to serve as an extra pair of hands to help cut out letters, answer the phone, watch a couple of youngsters -- whatever might need doing that ateacher hasn't time for. Barbara Lech will meet at the school Wednesday mor- ning from I0:00 to II:00 with folks interested in helping. She can be reached by phone at home 764-5877 or at the school at 764-5811. It is hoped that a three-day Winter Carnival can be set up for the youngsters in February. All that's needed are enthusiastic workers. FAST Squad Recently elected officers of the Waen-Wentworth FAST Squad are: Marlene Wright, president; Wanda Adams, vice president; Pam Cum- mings, secretary and Janice Sackett, treasurer. Marie Smith is in charge of public relations and Don Bagley is in charge of schedule and run forms. Shirley Messholder will have charge of training for two years and Pat Hight for one year. Alan Shortt, Pat Hight, Janice Sackett and Shirley Mnssholder and Pam Cummings completed the (#ease turn to page 7) According to police, the accident occurred when a 1975, Dodge driven by a 36-year old Bradford man attempted to collision, a 1980 GMC 0 trailer truck driven by. 1 year old White River Ju man. pull out of a driveway while a Police reported no it second car, a 1972 Dodge in the accident and driven by a 26-year old W. moderate damage to Corinth woman was traveling vehicles. west bound on the same read. Accident ! No injuries were reported in S. CORINTH-- the incident, reported a two-ear colli Both vehicles were said by S. Corinth on Jan. 5 inV police to have sustained a pickup truck driven "mnderate"damages. year old Barnet m Ry , Dawley Once more the hearing on Two photographic exhibits earthquake complete with S. egate L{ i i - ,4-,'Wa the .O.T. Bradley application are by Kenneth Gendron, age rattling dishes, a momentary Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Frost are making a business trip to to have a garage on his 18 and Florence Robbins, age disruption of phone service, visited their daughter, Alison Pennsylvania. property on the River Road 76. Gendron has recognized and some disturbed house Martin, and sons, Millbury, Janet Doe, after spending a was inconclusive. A third and expertise in picture ant] dark pets. Mass., the weekend of Jan. 16, week with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde hopefully, final hearing will he room talents. Robbins has Mrs. Floyd Gore (Lorraine) Aceldent THETFORD-- Two cars collided at the junction of Academy Rd. and Route 113 on Thetford Hill, Monday, Jan. II at approximately 8:20 a.m., according to police. Police say the accident occurred when both vehicles, one east bound and the other west hound on Route 113, swerved to avoid a third vehicle entering the roadway from Academy Rd. One of the cars -- a 1965 Ford pickup driven by a 26- year old The(ford Center man, was said to have received "extensive" front end damage The other vehicle, a 1980 Saab driven by a 64-year old Vershire man, also received "extensive" front end damage, according to police. The driver of the Saab was said to have received a cut on the nose. No other injuries were reported in the incident. Weather conditions at the time of the accident were said to he "clear" but police described road conditions as "icy." Accident FAIRLEE-- A Berlin, N.H., man reportedly fell asleep at the wheel of his 1979 Old- smobile causing him to leave MILLS- 'lane Wa , _e_e_e_e_e_e_e_e Y, Ja litehcock I after a l as born AI; ills, the and Cami rlane. ! at Midd nd the another pickup driven b She an e Hanov year old Chelsea m . . e d In 1967 at Police said both v  , ,, rl u practm received mode " damage.  .Sive ca Accident  lars. BARNEY-- Aecor diir?n  t police, a 20-year o, :!_ at tht donville woman driving _ !i'n Post M Ford, lost control i: vehicle on the in.tj n co.mmu causing the vehicle to sJ: ember , dlongregatio guardrail on Jan. o ":e'- .... lit  liil.tlffr Ir,,.C{ proximately 1:10 a.m. ! o,. . one was K1 NO injuries were repo  the incident. Road co = at the time of the hal were, said by police  -"'" "icy,' , 'l_ -- Police say the car re  [t extensive front damage. Accidents ' BRADFORD-- Two collided on Route 5 ir. ford on Jan. 2, accord police.. Police say a 1978 PL driven by a 26-year old man collided with Honda driven by a 19-Y man from Andover, Me both vehicles lost co what police described "icy" roadway. No injuries were rel the incident and the were said to have minor to moderate da kIRLEE an, 37, eSday, Ja less. is born Jar the ha Water 'aterra'an t in 1965 ar )Y McNam .th Auto Ss non. survived l w. Fairle I and Jas L , Lisa an  airlee; hi Ph; a si i