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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-January 28, 1981 .aUts and aL,00ment i Area students recieve honors Jt)ttNSON--Edward M, Dean's List ha,vemaintaineda Elmendorf, President of B plus average or better for ,h)blmon ,';tate College, has thefallsemesler. announced that several Included on the President's students from this area have last is Teresa Itahn of been aarded high academic Bradford. honors. Included on the Dean's List Students qualifying for the are: B.ebecca Ewing of President's List have main- Bratiford, l)eborah Estes of rained a straight A average, Thetford ('enter, and Karen while those qualifying for the Iiolnles ofW. Newbury. Cystic Fibrosis TOUR-A-THON February 8 at River Bend Cross Counby Ski Shdp South Newbury TIME: llam-400 For more information and sponsor sheets call: (802)866-5921 ]HIJRSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY Many Items 20%-50% THE Upstate Players seek actors for auditions I,ISBON The Board of Directors of the Upstage Players in IAsbon has selected a three-act melodrama en- titled "l,ove It, ides the Rails or Will the Mail Train Run Tonight?" by Morland Cary, for its spring prtluction. The play takes place in a railroad town during the lS',)o's. The cast of characters include Mrs. lh)pewell, an aged, very pious widow; Prudence tlopewell, her daughter, who is sweet, lovely and demure: Simon Darkway, traditional melodrama villain; Truman t'endenniss, typical hero, frank, honest, and upright ; tlarold Stanfast, honest but not too bright; Dirk Sheath, a hireling of Dark- way: Carlotta Cortez, owner of the l'aradise Cafe; Fifi, (,arlotla's French maid; Fred V'heelwright, elderly railroad engineer; Dan, typical Gay 9o's bartender; Beulah Belle, Buxom dance hall hosless; police officer, railroad orkers, and nlen and women patrons of t he Paradise Care. Open auditions for this prxluclion will be held Jan. 29 at 7 p.nl. at the Lisbon Regional ttigh School's library in lie,_, past, Upstage Players has had people from I',elhlehem, Sugarhill, Lit- llelon, Woodsville, Lancaster, i,ynlan and Landaff, as*well as l,isbon. "'We deeply hope that such area support will continue. No l)revious acting experience is necessary. New faces are always very welcome. The production is set for Friday and Salurday evenings, April 24-25 at the IJsbon Town llall After casting is completed, a mutually convenient rehearsal night will be chosen by lilt, cast. This production will I)e directed by Ilarold tlayw)d." the I)ard of directors said. Moffat.Thorne concert set at Thetford Hill TttETFORD--Sam Moffatt for traditionalmusic. and Phil Thorne will present a program of traditional music and some of their own arrangements at the Thetford Grange in Thetford Hill Feb. 8. The two will play traditional melodies from old Ireland, Europe, and the U.S.. sing ballads, and perform some West African polyrhythmic music. Moffat has been playing and teaching the hammered dulcimer and guitar [or over four years in the Upper Valley. Last year, she worked with school children and community groups in Thet- ford. as part of a program sponsored by Vermont Council on the Arts, leading songs, teaching stringed instruments and spreading her enthusiasm Thorne has studied and performed on woodwinds and percussion with jazz and folk musicians, and recently joined Moffat to form the duo "'Wintergreen." Together, they will travel across the United States this spring, playing in cof- feehouses, festivals, and outdoor settings. They like to emphasize a rich musical texture through a variety of instruments which include: hammered dulcimer, psaltery, fretted dulcimer, flute, clarinet, pennywhistle, hand-drums, balliphones and voices. The concert begins at 4 p.m. and a $2 donation for adults, $1 for children under 12, is requested. Mock interviews held at Blue Mountain school WELLS I(IVER--OnJan. 15th was particularly helpful in the entire Senior Class at Blue this endeavor. Mountain Union School Community members participated in a Mock participating in the Mock Interview Program organized Interview Program included: by Counselor Richard W. Root Earl Fyler, Wells River Ryegate Arthur l,abounty of S. l(yegate was given a 90th birthday celebration on Jan. 18 by his son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Guy L,abounty, Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart and daughter Sonia of West Kennebunk, Maine, and Mr. and Mrs. Itichard Smith, Mr. and Mrs. (ilenn Smith and children, Mr. and Mrs. James Garvin and son, and Eleanor Smith, all of Monlpolier. A beautiful cake was made and decorated by Mrs. Fremont Nelson. Mr. Labounty received many cards and several telephone calls. Pictures were taken of tbe five generations present. Mr. l,abounty looks well for his 9o years, tie drives his car, d(,s his own housework, and gets his own meals, tte does enjoy people stopping in to say bello and pass the time of day. The l',yegate Corner United Presbyterian Women held their monthly meeting Thursday evening, Jan. 15, at the home of Mrs. William Nelson with 14 members present. Mrs. Fremont Nelson, Mrs. James Kinerson, and Mrs. lloward Nelson led the program jointly with Wentworth women help fight fires WENTWORTH--What does a town do for fire protection during the day when the men are apt to be away? Or, for that matter, at night when help might be short? Wentworth solved that problem (with Mutual Aid. of course) btit furthermore by making use of some women volunteers. &ctually, from earliest days, the Wentworth Department had a woman member Judy Pease. who for many years served as secretary-I reasurer, drove the truck, and lent a hand as needed. About five years ago, some ladies decided to offer their services: Isobel Campbell, Jeanne Farrar, Marcella Hoffmann and Cissy Jones. They enrolled for training sessions and went on calls. For one reason or another all valid they dropped out, leaving Cissy Jones and Marcella Hoffmann whose topics of "Images of 1980,'" "Missions," and a summary of the recent newsletter fa'om Breed for the Wdrld. Programs were distributed for the coming year At the business meeting it was voted to make arrangements for an energy audit for the church. Refreshments were served by Mrs. William Nelson, Mrs. ,lanles Kinerson, and Mrs. P'remont Nelson. Mr. Wellington Lee was hospitalized overnight Thursday, Jan. 15, at Cottage tlospital in Woodsville. Overnight guests Saturday. Jan. 17, of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson were their grand- daughter and family" Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stevens, Nikki and Jesse of M iddlebury. Darryl Perkins was an overnight guest Saturday, ,lan. 17, of his brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. Richard Perkins in l)anville. The Volunteer Fire Department responded to a fire at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Boardman and family in S. Ryegate in the early morning hours of Tuesday J an. 20. Mr and Mrs. Steven Brown ol' Wappingers Falls. N.Y.. are the parents of a son Joshua l[oward born Saturday, Jan. 17. and weighing 7 pounds. 8 ounces. Paternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs Fdward Brown of H.andolph Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. lloward Nelson of Ryegate. James Nelson of H.yegale and Palmetto. Fla., is the maternal great- grandfather, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brown of ltandolph are paternal great- grandparents. Mrs. Kerry lleywood and son Jason of Concord were dinner guests Sunday, Jan_. 18, of their grandparents Mr and Mrs. Leroy Nelson. Joining them in the afternoon were Mr and Mrs. Wayne Heywood and son Nyron of St. John- sbury, Mr. and Mrs Ahmed tlutchinson of Barre. and Mr. and Mrs John Melahn, Debbie. Dennis. and David of Bradford. Debbie Melatm left Monday to return to Colorado Springs. Colo.. where she is employed as a nurse. Darryl Perkins has placed third amongst members of the 10lh grade English classes at Blue Mountain Union School in an essay contest entitled "'Commitments to Our Count ry." that was sponsored and Dick Rutherford of N. FrankTilghman, Wells River: function it is to call firemen and judged by V.F.W. Post tlaverhill Cedric Smith, Ryegate Cot- who can not hear the siren No. 10037. At an assembly for Each Senior was in- ner: Bill L'W, htfoot, Groton:  in,outltnlg the oth grm,etmm Mor, da, terviewed for between 15 and Barbara Morrow, St. John- areas. Cissy is now secretary- Jan. 19. Darryl was presented 45 minutes by a community sbury; Walter Faulkner, treasurer and fire com- with ten dollars and a patch. member. Montpelier: Reginald White, missioner. She is N.H. eer- Benjamin White was an tiiied in u use Ot Scott Air- overnight guest Saturday, packs and breathing equip- Jan. 17, of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins. Gene Jr. and Gordon. Mr alld Mrs Kenneth The support of the Wells Ryegate Corner; Mel Ludwig, River-Wo'viIle Rotary Club Newbury; Gary Brooks, Newbury; George Metalious. Rutland. Both the interviewers and interviewed felt the program was very successful. The Mock Interview Program is part of the overall Career Education Program at Blue Mountain Union School. The Career Education Program helps students become aware of how the classes and ac- tivities they participate in at Blue Mountain Union School prepare them for their future careers and lives after graduation. River's Reach Presents DANCE CLASSES Ballet - Jazz - Mime Janet Warner-Ashley and Sue Picknell, Instructors NewbmT Town Hall Newbu, Vermont TUESDAYS 2:30 P.M. 4-6 Year Olds: Pre.Ballet And Mime 3:30 P.M. 6-10 Year Olds: Ballet And Mime 4:30 P.M. (New Class) 11 Year Olds And Up: Ballet And Mime 6:30 - 7:30 Jazz For Adults All Classes Are Now Accepting ' New Students. For Further Information Call (603) 747-2625 Courtesy of WELLS RIVER SAVINGS BANK and NATIONAL BANK OF NEWBURY Wells River, Vermont Members F.D.I.C. ment. She drives the truck when she has to, roans a hose and does what is needed wherever it is needed. She attends Lake's Region Fire School classes. Recently she was joined by Gall Hobbs for whose help Cissy is grateful. "The ladies are a great help," said Chief Ray Ames when asked his opinion of women as firemen. "We like them better outside a burning building than inside. Maybe that's because we are old- fashioned. But we can't keep them out. They are fire fighters and they know their job and do it well." Nelson and daughter Marcy were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Beauvais, Tad, Amanda. and Meredith for dessert the evening of Sunday, Jan. 18. Instruction in Western Style Square Dancing was held at the Grange ttall Saturday evening, Jan. 17. with caller Eddie Monty, and was at- tended by 14 couples. Following the dance everyone returned to Mr. and Mrs. William Nelsons' for pie and coffee. The next dance is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 21. Walk-ins are welcome at $5.00 per couple. .30--2-5 7:00&9:15 Popeye Starring PC, Robin Williams Shelly Duvall 1-30--2-5 7:30 & 9:30 Stir Crazy Starring Richard Pryor Gene Wilder R Matinee Sat. & Sun. 2:00 Kimberly McLure celebrated her fifth birthday Saturday, Jan. 17, with lunch at MacDonalds in St. John- sbury with five friends: Amanda Beauvais, Andrea Nelson, Melissa Gates, Hannah Nelson, and Nikki Stevens of M iddlebury. Following lunch the group returned to Kimberly's house where, assisted by Mrs. Edward McLure and Mrs. birthday cake. Overnight gutts Saturday, ,lan. 18, of Mr. and Mrs. Guy l,abounty were their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart and Sonia from Wesl Kennebunk, Me. Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson. Grant, ttannah, Andrew, and Betsey had as Sunday dinner guests Jan. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carson, Brian and Kristen from Bradford. Stewart White was in Iurlington Wednesday, Jan. 7, to attend a meeting of the Vernlont State Jersey Youth ('ommillee at the U.V.M. Farm. Mrs. White and Joshua accompanied him and spent tile (lay with his sister Mrs. Thomas Gibson in South Burlingh)n. I)arcy Nelson and Timothy White attended a meeting of the Wells River Valley Dairy 4-11 Chlb Wednesday evening, ,lan. 7, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. iobert Zambon. Gene Perkins, with Gordon Page of Groton, attended the monthly meeting of Capital I)islrict Mutual Aid Fire Association at Goddard ('ollege in Plainfield Wed- nesday evening, Jan. 21. Stewart White attended an E.I.A. Meeling for the ,lersey Breeders in Ithaca, New York Wednesday toFriday, ,Jan. 21- 23 BRAD'ORD, VT. Corinth STARTING JANUARY 28 Sunday--Special Priced family menu, 12-7. Monday---Clced (Gone to Play). . Tuesday--Buy one dinner and get another dinner of equal value t/z price. Wednesday--All You Can Eat. Eggplant Parmesan with spaghetti. $4.50. Tlmrsday--Top Sliced Sirloin $5.95. Frlday--Battered dip fish for lunch $2.95. All the fish & chips you can eat in our lounge at dinner $3.50. -- Prime Rib or Surf l,unch is ! ! ::) to 4::]  _ Dinner is 5 to 9. We also serve a special sandwich menu in our bar from II :30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Friday and Saturday 'tll 11:00 P.M. (continued from page 12) Jr,. to Mr. and Mrs. David Wo( in Leominster, Mass. on ,lan 19. The maternal gran- dfather is Glen Gaetz of town, Mrs. William (Louise) Johnson and Natalie Sumner left Tuesday for Ft. Myers, Fla.. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have purchased a home there and will be moving there in the near future. Linda Erwing accompanied them as far as Lake City, Fla. She was returning to resume her studies at Pensacola Christian ('ollege where she is enrolled as a freshman. Marian Gokey was in Stowe on Thursday visiting friends. Steven and Judy Beaedict of Waltham, Mass. came Friday to spend the weekend with Jack and Sue Learmonth. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Magoon of Morrisville called on friends in town Sunday. Joyce Palmer, who had been in Brandford, Mass. the past two weeks helping in the home of her sister-in-law hospitalized, returned o her home on Monday. Pastor Stephen Palmer was in Wflliston on Tuesday to attend the meeting of ('hristian Schools of Vermont held in the Trinity church. Tom Watkins returned home Saturday after spending a month with-his parents in Medford Lakes, N.J. Tom and Lyle Shepperson resumed classes at the Vermont Law School in South Royalton on Monday, Jan. 19. Friends and relatives gathered at the home of Eugene Davis recently to help Joseph Blodgett celebrate his 12th birthday. The relatives from out of town were his brother Donald of Orange, his grandmother Mrs. Mildred Elie. Also his aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Luee, all from Morrisville. Pythian Sisters officers installed at Warren WARREN--The installatio of officers highlighted the January 14 regular meeting of Minerva Temple No. 40, Pythian Sisters, in Warren. Henry Gates, they helped Installed were: Marlene make, frost, and decorate a Wright as Most Excellent Chief; Sbeila Foete, Excellent Junior; Anita Care, Manager; Tammy Sackett, Secretary; Jeanne Sturfursky, Treasurer; Protector, Vieki Libby; and Margaret Bixby, guard. The Grand Senior and the Past Grand Chief, who were unable to he present, will be installed at a later date. The Installing Suite con- sisted of: Sitting Past Grand Chief, Judy Pease; Past Grand Chief, Margaret Whitcher; Grand Treasurer, Leena Foote and Past Chief, 809"222"5289 Bertha Keysar. Marcia Anderson, Past Grand Chief conferred the Flower Degree. A business meeting and the serving of refreshments by Jeanne Sturfursky, Martha Bixby and Bertha Keysar followed by a social hour which was also on the agenda. OXBOW BUI)(?,ET ltEARING BRADFORD--A public budget information hearing will be held in conjunction with the Union High School District No. 30 (Oxbow) regular School Board meeting Feb. 19. The meeting will begin at 7::) p.m. at Oxbow High School. Nancy Perkins 584-3611 Blue Mountain Grange No. 263 held its regular meeting Tuesday evening, Jan. 13, with 20 members present. Official rules for the 1981 National Grange Sewing Contest were distributed, and a few changes in the rules were pointed out. This year's contest ends April 15. Youth Chairman Nancy Perkins mentioned the up- coming Winter Weekend planned for Jan. 24-25 at the Essex Center Grange Hall. Helen Gebbie and Etta White hve each earned their 50- year membership certificate and the secretary will mail them to each lady, as they both now live out of the area. Feb. l0 will be "Challenge of the Families--Fun and Games." Families whose last names beginning with A-F are asked to bring a poem for the program; those beginning with G-L, a story or article; M--a skit; N--a game; O-S--a joke or amusing anecdote; and W-Z--a song for all to sing. Feb. 24 the program will he entitled "Challenge: the Sun" and will deal with solar energy. cnI00ES LOUNGE presents LADLES NITE Every Thursday Nile All Drinks -Price lAVE Wed. thru Sat. WEDNESDAY Bucky Bear THURSDAY Dick McCormick FRIDAY Full Moon Revue Check our Daily Bar. --Special-- When thoughts turn to a Springtime Fling, Do not hesitate to give us a ring. bon oppdtit! catering DhyiiiS Nemho$er Marie Dominique Corbire ! Pla00 MorningGroup Crafts Story Song For 3 to 5 year olds To Begin Feb. 0, 1981--8:30 to 11:30 Curiosity Corners MAIN ST., NEWBURY, VT. L.F. BARNES, TEACHER Photography BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY To be held at Bradford Aeademy. - Limited Number -- Studio Setting Thurs. evenings 7-9 PM Starting Jan. 29th Contact Howard Search 222-5562 (day) 222-4529 (eve) 111 CLUB ! 11 Central ,St. Woodsville, N.H. Dancing Starts At 8:30 P.M. Come Early- Stay Late - Have A Great Time! Saturday, January 31 st "Desperados" For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P M. Tel. (603) 747,2840 Or 747,2505 Page 2-The Journal Opinion-January 28, 1981 .aUts and aL,00ment i Area students recieve honors Jt)ttNSON--Edward M, Dean's List ha,vemaintaineda Elmendorf, President of B plus average or better for ,h)blmon ,';tate College, has thefallsemesler. announced that several Included on the President's students from this area have last is Teresa Itahn of been aarded high academic Bradford. honors. Included on the Dean's List Students qualifying for the are: B.ebecca Ewing of President's List have main- Bratiford, l)eborah Estes of rained a straight A average, Thetford ('enter, and Karen while those qualifying for the Iiolnles ofW. Newbury. Cystic Fibrosis TOUR-A-THON February 8 at River Bend Cross Counby Ski Shdp South Newbury TIME: llam-400 For more information and sponsor sheets call: (802)866-5921 ]HIJRSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY Many Items 20%-50% THE Upstate Players seek actors for auditions I,ISBON The Board of Directors of the Upstage Players in IAsbon has selected a three-act melodrama en- titled "l,ove It, ides the Rails or Will the Mail Train Run Tonight?" by Morland Cary, for its spring prtluction. The play takes place in a railroad town during the lS',)o's. The cast of characters include Mrs. lh)pewell, an aged, very pious widow; Prudence tlopewell, her daughter, who is sweet, lovely and demure: Simon Darkway, traditional melodrama villain; Truman t'endenniss, typical hero, frank, honest, and upright ; tlarold Stanfast, honest but not too bright; Dirk Sheath, a hireling of Dark- way: Carlotta Cortez, owner of the l'aradise Cafe; Fifi, (,arlotla's French maid; Fred V'heelwright, elderly railroad engineer; Dan, typical Gay 9o's bartender; Beulah Belle, Buxom dance hall hosless; police officer, railroad orkers, and nlen and women patrons of t he Paradise Care. Open auditions for this prxluclion will be held Jan. 29 at 7 p.nl. at the Lisbon Regional ttigh School's library in lie,_, past, Upstage Players has had people from I',elhlehem, Sugarhill, Lit- llelon, Woodsville, Lancaster, i,ynlan and Landaff, as*well as l,isbon. "'We deeply hope that such area support will continue. No l)revious acting experience is necessary. New faces are always very welcome. The production is set for Friday and Salurday evenings, April 24-25 at the IJsbon Town llall After casting is completed, a mutually convenient rehearsal night will be chosen by lilt, cast. This production will I)e directed by Ilarold tlayw)d." the I)ard of directors said. Moffat.Thorne concert set at Thetford Hill TttETFORD--Sam Moffatt for traditionalmusic. and Phil Thorne will present a program of traditional music and some of their own arrangements at the Thetford Grange in Thetford Hill Feb. 8. The two will play traditional melodies from old Ireland, Europe, and the U.S.. sing ballads, and perform some West African polyrhythmic music. Moffat has been playing and teaching the hammered dulcimer and guitar [or over four years in the Upper Valley. Last year, she worked with school children and community groups in Thet- ford. as part of a program sponsored by Vermont Council on the Arts, leading songs, teaching stringed instruments and spreading her enthusiasm Thorne has studied and performed on woodwinds and percussion with jazz and folk musicians, and recently joined Moffat to form the duo "'Wintergreen." Together, they will travel across the United States this spring, playing in cof- feehouses, festivals, and outdoor settings. They like to emphasize a rich musical texture through a variety of instruments which include: hammered dulcimer, psaltery, fretted dulcimer, flute, clarinet, pennywhistle, hand-drums, balliphones and voices. The concert begins at 4 p.m. and a $2 donation for adults, $1 for children under 12, is requested. Mock interviews held at Blue Mountain school WELLS I(IVER--OnJan. 15th was particularly helpful in the entire Senior Class at Blue this endeavor. Mountain Union School Community members participated in a Mock participating in the Mock Interview Program organized Interview Program included: by Counselor Richard W. Root Earl Fyler, Wells River Ryegate Arthur l,abounty of S. l(yegate was given a 90th birthday celebration on Jan. 18 by his son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Guy L,abounty, Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart and daughter Sonia of West Kennebunk, Maine, and Mr. and Mrs. Itichard Smith, Mr. and Mrs. (ilenn Smith and children, Mr. and Mrs. James Garvin and son, and Eleanor Smith, all of Monlpolier. A beautiful cake was made and decorated by Mrs. Fremont Nelson. Mr. Labounty received many cards and several telephone calls. Pictures were taken of tbe five generations present. Mr. l,abounty looks well for his 9o years, tie drives his car, d(,s his own housework, and gets his own meals, tte does enjoy people stopping in to say bello and pass the time of day. The l',yegate Corner United Presbyterian Women held their monthly meeting Thursday evening, Jan. 15, at the home of Mrs. William Nelson with 14 members present. Mrs. Fremont Nelson, Mrs. James Kinerson, and Mrs. lloward Nelson led the program jointly with Wentworth women help fight fires WENTWORTH--What does a town do for fire protection during the day when the men are apt to be away? Or, for that matter, at night when help might be short? Wentworth solved that problem (with Mutual Aid. of course) btit furthermore by making use of some women volunteers. &ctually, from earliest days, the Wentworth Department had a woman member Judy Pease. who for many years served as secretary-I reasurer, drove the truck, and lent a hand as needed. About five years ago, some ladies decided to offer their services: Isobel Campbell, Jeanne Farrar, Marcella Hoffmann and Cissy Jones. They enrolled for training sessions and went on calls. For one reason or another all valid they dropped out, leaving Cissy Jones and Marcella Hoffmann whose topics of "Images of 1980,'" "Missions," and a summary of the recent newsletter fa'om Breed for the Wdrld. Programs were distributed for the coming year At the business meeting it was voted to make arrangements for an energy audit for the church. Refreshments were served by Mrs. William Nelson, Mrs. ,lanles Kinerson, and Mrs. P'remont Nelson. Mr. Wellington Lee was hospitalized overnight Thursday, Jan. 15, at Cottage tlospital in Woodsville. Overnight guests Saturday. Jan. 17, of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson were their grand- daughter and family" Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stevens, Nikki and Jesse of M iddlebury. Darryl Perkins was an overnight guest Saturday, ,lan. 17, of his brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. Richard Perkins in l)anville. The Volunteer Fire Department responded to a fire at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Boardman and family in S. Ryegate in the early morning hours of Tuesday J an. 20. Mr and Mrs. Steven Brown ol' Wappingers Falls. N.Y.. are the parents of a son Joshua l[oward born Saturday, Jan. 17. and weighing 7 pounds. 8 ounces. Paternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs Fdward Brown of H.andolph Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. lloward Nelson of Ryegate. James Nelson of H.yegale and Palmetto. Fla., is the maternal great- grandfather, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brown of ltandolph are paternal great- grandparents. Mrs. Kerry lleywood and son Jason of Concord were dinner guests Sunday, Jan_. 18, of their grandparents Mr and Mrs. Leroy Nelson. Joining them in the afternoon were Mr and Mrs. Wayne Heywood and son Nyron of St. John- sbury, Mr. and Mrs Ahmed tlutchinson of Barre. and Mr. and Mrs John Melahn, Debbie. Dennis. and David of Bradford. Debbie Melatm left Monday to return to Colorado Springs. Colo.. where she is employed as a nurse. Darryl Perkins has placed third amongst members of the 10lh grade English classes at Blue Mountain Union School in an essay contest entitled "'Commitments to Our Count ry." that was sponsored and Dick Rutherford of N. FrankTilghman, Wells River: function it is to call firemen and judged by V.F.W. Post tlaverhill Cedric Smith, Ryegate Cot- who can not hear the siren No. 10037. At an assembly for Each Senior was in- ner: Bill L'W, htfoot, Groton:  in,outltnlg the oth grm,etmm Mor, da, terviewed for between 15 and Barbara Morrow, St. John- areas. Cissy is now secretary- Jan. 19. Darryl was presented 45 minutes by a community sbury; Walter Faulkner, treasurer and fire com- with ten dollars and a patch. member. Montpelier: Reginald White, missioner. She is N.H. eer- Benjamin White was an tiiied in u use Ot Scott Air- overnight guest Saturday, packs and breathing equip- Jan. 17, of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins. Gene Jr. and Gordon. Mr alld Mrs Kenneth The support of the Wells Ryegate Corner; Mel Ludwig, River-Wo'viIle Rotary Club Newbury; Gary Brooks, Newbury; George Metalious. Rutland. Both the interviewers and interviewed felt the program was very successful. The Mock Interview Program is part of the overall Career Education Program at Blue Mountain Union School. The Career Education Program helps students become aware of how the classes and ac- tivities they participate in at Blue Mountain Union School prepare them for their future careers and lives after graduation. River's Reach Presents DANCE CLASSES Ballet - Jazz - Mime Janet Warner-Ashley and Sue Picknell, Instructors NewbmT Town Hall Newbu, Vermont TUESDAYS 2:30 P.M. 4-6 Year Olds: Pre.Ballet And Mime 3:30 P.M. 6-10 Year Olds: Ballet And Mime 4:30 P.M. (New Class) 11 Year Olds And Up: Ballet And Mime 6:30 - 7:30 Jazz For Adults All Classes Are Now Accepting ' New Students. For Further Information Call (603) 747-2625 Courtesy of WELLS RIVER SAVINGS BANK and NATIONAL BANK OF NEWBURY Wells River, Vermont Members F.D.I.C. ment. She drives the truck when she has to, roans a hose and does what is needed wherever it is needed. She attends Lake's Region Fire School classes. Recently she was joined by Gall Hobbs for whose help Cissy is grateful. "The ladies are a great help," said Chief Ray Ames when asked his opinion of women as firemen. "We like them better outside a burning building than inside. Maybe that's because we are old- fashioned. But we can't keep them out. They are fire fighters and they know their job and do it well." Nelson and daughter Marcy were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Beauvais, Tad, Amanda. and Meredith for dessert the evening of Sunday, Jan. 18. Instruction in Western Style Square Dancing was held at the Grange ttall Saturday evening, Jan. 17. with caller Eddie Monty, and was at- tended by 14 couples. Following the dance everyone returned to Mr. and Mrs. William Nelsons' for pie and coffee. The next dance is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 21. Walk-ins are welcome at $5.00 per couple. .30--2-5 7:00&9:15 Popeye Starring PC, Robin Williams Shelly Duvall 1-30--2-5 7:30 & 9:30 Stir Crazy Starring Richard Pryor Gene Wilder R Matinee Sat. & Sun. 2:00 Kimberly McLure celebrated her fifth birthday Saturday, Jan. 17, with lunch at MacDonalds in St. John- sbury with five friends: Amanda Beauvais, Andrea Nelson, Melissa Gates, Hannah Nelson, and Nikki Stevens of M iddlebury. Following lunch the group returned to Kimberly's house where, assisted by Mrs. Edward McLure and Mrs. birthday cake. Overnight gutts Saturday, ,lan. 18, of Mr. and Mrs. Guy l,abounty were their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart and Sonia from Wesl Kennebunk, Me. Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson. Grant, ttannah, Andrew, and Betsey had as Sunday dinner guests Jan. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carson, Brian and Kristen from Bradford. Stewart White was in Iurlington Wednesday, Jan. 7, to attend a meeting of the Vernlont State Jersey Youth ('ommillee at the U.V.M. Farm. Mrs. White and Joshua accompanied him and spent tile (lay with his sister Mrs. Thomas Gibson in South Burlingh)n. I)arcy Nelson and Timothy White attended a meeting of the Wells River Valley Dairy 4-11 Chlb Wednesday evening, ,lan. 7, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. iobert Zambon. Gene Perkins, with Gordon Page of Groton, attended the monthly meeting of Capital I)islrict Mutual Aid Fire Association at Goddard ('ollege in Plainfield Wed- nesday evening, Jan. 21. Stewart White attended an E.I.A. Meeling for the ,lersey Breeders in Ithaca, New York Wednesday toFriday, ,Jan. 21- 23 BRAD'ORD, VT. Corinth STARTING JANUARY 28 Sunday--Special Priced family menu, 12-7. Monday---Clced (Gone to Play). . Tuesday--Buy one dinner and get another dinner of equal value t/z price. Wednesday--All You Can Eat. Eggplant Parmesan with spaghetti. $4.50. Tlmrsday--Top Sliced Sirloin $5.95. Frlday--Battered dip fish for lunch $2.95. All the fish & chips you can eat in our lounge at dinner $3.50. -- Prime Rib or Surf l,unch is ! ! ::) to 4::]  _ Dinner is 5 to 9. We also serve a special sandwich menu in our bar from II :30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Friday and Saturday 'tll 11:00 P.M. (continued from page 12) Jr,. to Mr. and Mrs. David Wo( in Leominster, Mass. on ,lan 19. The maternal gran- dfather is Glen Gaetz of town, Mrs. William (Louise) Johnson and Natalie Sumner left Tuesday for Ft. Myers, Fla.. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have purchased a home there and will be moving there in the near future. Linda Erwing accompanied them as far as Lake City, Fla. She was returning to resume her studies at Pensacola Christian ('ollege where she is enrolled as a freshman. Marian Gokey was in Stowe on Thursday visiting friends. Steven and Judy Beaedict of Waltham, Mass. came Friday to spend the weekend with Jack and Sue Learmonth. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Magoon of Morrisville called on friends in town Sunday. Joyce Palmer, who had been in Brandford, Mass. the past two weeks helping in the home of her sister-in-law hospitalized, returned o her home on Monday. Pastor Stephen Palmer was in Wflliston on Tuesday to attend the meeting of ('hristian Schools of Vermont held in the Trinity church. Tom Watkins returned home Saturday after spending a month with-his parents in Medford Lakes, N.J. Tom and Lyle Shepperson resumed classes at the Vermont Law School in South Royalton on Monday, Jan. 19. Friends and relatives gathered at the home of Eugene Davis recently to help Joseph Blodgett celebrate his 12th birthday. The relatives from out of town were his brother Donald of Orange, his grandmother Mrs. Mildred Elie. Also his aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Luee, all from Morrisville. Pythian Sisters officers installed at Warren WARREN--The installatio of officers highlighted the January 14 regular meeting of Minerva Temple No. 40, Pythian Sisters, in Warren. Henry Gates, they helped Installed were: Marlene make, frost, and decorate a Wright as Most Excellent Chief; Sbeila Foete, Excellent Junior; Anita Care, Manager; Tammy Sackett, Secretary; Jeanne Sturfursky, Treasurer; Protector, Vieki Libby; and Margaret Bixby, guard. The Grand Senior and the Past Grand Chief, who were unable to he present, will be installed at a later date. The Installing Suite con- sisted of: Sitting Past Grand Chief, Judy Pease; Past Grand Chief, Margaret Whitcher; Grand Treasurer, Leena Foote and Past Chief, 809"222"5289 Bertha Keysar. Marcia Anderson, Past Grand Chief conferred the Flower Degree. A business meeting and the serving of refreshments by Jeanne Sturfursky, Martha Bixby and Bertha Keysar followed by a social hour which was also on the agenda. OXBOW BUI)(?,ET ltEARING BRADFORD--A public budget information hearing will be held in conjunction with the Union High School District No. 30 (Oxbow) regular School Board meeting Feb. 19. The meeting will begin at 7::) p.m. at Oxbow High School. Nancy Perkins 584-3611 Blue Mountain Grange No. 263 held its regular meeting Tuesday evening, Jan. 13, with 20 members present. Official rules for the 1981 National Grange Sewing Contest were distributed, and a few changes in the rules were pointed out. This year's contest ends April 15. Youth Chairman Nancy Perkins mentioned the up- coming Winter Weekend planned for Jan. 24-25 at the Essex Center Grange Hall. Helen Gebbie and Etta White hve each earned their 50- year membership certificate and the secretary will mail them to each lady, as they both now live out of the area. Feb. l0 will be "Challenge of the Families--Fun and Games." Families whose last names beginning with A-F are asked to bring a poem for the program; those beginning with G-L, a story or article; M--a skit; N--a game; O-S--a joke or amusing anecdote; and W-Z--a song for all to sing. Feb. 24 the program will he entitled "Challenge: the Sun" and will deal with solar energy. cnI00ES LOUNGE presents LADLES NITE Every Thursday Nile All Drinks -Price lAVE Wed. thru Sat. WEDNESDAY Bucky Bear THURSDAY Dick McCormick FRIDAY Full Moon Revue Check our Daily Bar. --Special-- When thoughts turn to a Springtime Fling, Do not hesitate to give us a ring. bon oppdtit! catering DhyiiiS Nemho$er Marie Dominique Corbire ! Pla00 MorningGroup Crafts Story Song For 3 to 5 year olds To Begin Feb. 0, 1981--8:30 to 11:30 Curiosity Corners MAIN ST., NEWBURY, VT. L.F. BARNES, TEACHER Photography BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY To be held at Bradford Aeademy. - Limited Number -- Studio Setting Thurs. evenings 7-9 PM Starting Jan. 29th Contact Howard Search 222-5562 (day) 222-4529 (eve) 111 CLUB ! 11 Central ,St. Woodsville, N.H. Dancing Starts At 8:30 P.M. Come Early- Stay Late - Have A Great Time! Saturday, January 31 st "Desperados" For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P M. Tel. (603) 747,2840 Or 747,2505