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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-February 10, 1982 [lllllll I I I 1 III III1&apos; N Vermont winter t I'm glad that I live just where I do, Even if sometimes my fingers turn blue, With snow that's so deep it falls in your boots, And most of your time is spent zipping snowsuits. For what is the joy in a fireplaces glow? Unless outside it is 20 degrees below. And what gives more pleasure than hanks 3 feet wide, When you are cozy and sleepy and safely in- side. So have a Vermont winter wherever you go, Where not just our hearths, but our hearts are aglow! Dent Ciogston Bradford, Vt. Bradford Arlene Cleveland has received word that her mother, Laura Hutchinson, is in the hospital, where she underwent surgery Thursday, Feb. 4. For anyone wishing to send best wishes, the address is Room 441; Manatee Memorial Hospital; Bradenton, Fl., 33505. Bradford Hospice The Hospice Group will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Senior Citizen Center on Feb. 15 -- a Monday. There will be a program. The public is in- vited. Joseph Couillard has been in Hanover Hospital since Jan. 15, He would love to hear from friends as he expects to be there for a while yet. He is in room 637 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial in Hanover, N.H., 03755. Legion Auxiliary The Legion Auxiliary ........... Virginia Bedeli III 439-5720 to further their educaiion. W. Fairlee S. Ryegate L00Daw00y, Barbara Sumner Ice Days New Books: , ,,,h, ' ' 3 -44?7 Blue Mountain (and other The S. Ryegate Public schools in the area, too, Library recently purchased Life probably) set a record the more than $200-worth of new Life's made for living, week of Feb. 1-5 as the week books. Among the ones for And giving and sbaring, with the most days (three) children are: Leo, Zack and Knowing and showing, canceled because of adverse Emmie by Amy Ehrlich, And daring and caring, winter weather--day, for- sister of Jane Bayer of Life's made for doing, merly called "snow" one-s but, Mosquitoville (and aunt of the Pursuing of dreams, in view of recent experience, "Zack and Emmie" of the Sowing and growing, about to be revised to title); Soup On Wheels by da- " Robert Newton Peck, author Whatever the means, something like "ice y. Such days, especially for of other books with a Vermont Revealing andfeeilng, families with non-school- setting; and Trucks by Gaff And finding that You going, school-age children in Gibbons of Corinth. Among Must learn bow to take it, them, were not ones providing those for adults are: Volumes To make it come true. any noticeable relief of the II and llI of Over the River Along with its ups, cabin fever that Vermont and Through the Years by in spite of its downs, Public Radio's February Katharine Blaisdell of N. Life's made of lesses, "Relief of Cabin Fever Haverhill; The Zoo That and crosses and crowns. Marathon" was billed as being Never Was by R.D. GraceE. Easley abletooffer. Lawrence; The Ring by Duty Calis Danielle Steele; and Black News Briefs Dog-catchers do not heed Bear Baby by Bernice On Monday evening, Feb. 1, travelers advisories, ap- Freschette, with illustrations an evaluation and planning parently. At least Ryegate's by James Arnosky of town meeting of the Church was dogcatcher did not heed the The library continues to be held at the Parsonage. There advisories in effect on the open each Thursday from was a large group in at- night of Feb. 3, when he was three to five. They will also sponsor girl's tendance. The purpose of this hard at work with his dog- New Son Arrives state again. Refreshments meeting was to review the carrying vehicle, fully Michael and Cathy Zam- were served by Juanita ministry and to make plans equipped with tire chaios, pieri announce the advent of a Shearer and Mabel. The for the coming year. Pastor running the ice-covered roads son, Jason Michael, horn Jan. Legion, who held their Cook also presented his or- in pursuit of dogs "not under 30 in Cottage Hospital and meeting with Charlie Zwicker dination procedure which will the control of their owners." weighing 9 pounds, 12 ounces. joined for refreshments. The take place this Spring. This, when all other human He has the honor of sharing his Legion has received their The Tuesday Bible Study beings in the area seemed to birthday with his cousin, Commander's quota and pins Group met again last week be safely at home watching a Roxanna Zamperi, horn Jan. were presented to Milton with Polly Ladd. There were Bette Davis movie or 30, 1970. 11 members present. A lively engaging in some other Lee Dawley and son Hugh Bedell by Charles Potts, State and interesting discussion (hopefully) equally wor- overtook Libero Andrenletti Adjutant. George Metcalf received ensued, due to three or four thwhile pursuit. Such are the and Lester Greene on iee- word of the accidental death of debatable true or false methods dogcatchers ap- encrusted Orange Heights the his youngest sister, Carrie statements on Revelation 12- patently feel called upon to afternoon of Feb. 3 on their Blanchard in Inverness, FI., 16. me in their on-going efforts to respective ways back from Saturday morning. Flying We are sorry to learn that keep dog-owners under Barre. from Bradley Field on Sun- Grammie Ladd has control. day, George and Sherry Tullar pneumonia. She was taken by Town Topics Wentworth of town joined other family ambulance last Tuesday Calvin Frost took his members to fly toTampa, night, hack to M.H.M.H. brother, Ellsworth Frost, and " Town Topics Parker Ling returned home Prayers will be appreciated his mother, Mary Frost, to Gerald Hutchins is ill at Sunday from the hospital in for her recovery, Boston Feb. 1, where they Cottage Hospital in Wood- Hanover, where he had gone Ruby Ricker is staling with boarded a flight for Miami, sville. in Tuesday f or minor surgery. Marjorie for the present time FI., where they will begin a Barbara Lech was in MMF Tom Taylor returned in Post Mills. She moved down three-weeks' reprieve from Danbury, Conn., on business members met Tuesday night at the home of Mabel Hum- phrey. It was voted to do poppies again this year. It was also voted to raise the money given to graduating senior girls who are junior members of the Auxiliary and going on Fairlee ,,, ,, , Christian Warfare Sunday was celebrated at the Federated Church Sulday, to his ship in Norfolk, Va. after on Jan. 29. Marge is .much Vermont weather by visiting this weekend. spending the weekend with his better and, in fact, went Ellsworth's sister, Pauline Auguste King is a patient at parents KeithandEleanor. shopping with Ruby and Adamese, to be followed by Sceva Speare Memorial in HTFA Jon Larabee who had Madeline last Thursday. other visits to Mrs. Frost's Plymouth. been home for eight days rode Reg and Betty Moore have sisters and brothers-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ross were hack with Tom and then on to just returned to their home on Mr. and Mrs. George in town this weekend visiting his ship in Plymouth, Vs. Blood Brook after enjoying a Cameron of Orange City and relatives and friends. Mrs. three week vacation in Mr. and Mrs. Fred LaValley Ross is the former Pebble Florida. They spent their of Largo. Blodgett. .......... Mrs. EstherJohnsol holiday in. Holiday with The locai church is awaiting Mr. andMrs. David Sauer of .'1.3.9704 Betty's parents, Mr. and Mrs. a report of the recom- New Milford, Conn.. spent the is in charge of the supper and Herin Lafley, where the mendations made by Tec- weekend celebrating Danny Mrs. Irene Gulley will obtain temperatures were in the high tonics, Inc., 109 S. Winouski Sauer's birthday at his home the cakes. After the supper, 70's. We aren't envious, just Ave., Burlington, a non-profit hereat Bull's EyeCurve. housing corporation, two of Elaine Stevens is in Sceva Jan. 31 with sermon and the incomparable William green! hymns Godfrey will auction off gaily Bill and Irene Doyle enjoyed whose consultants recently Speare Memorial Hospital Community Circle wrapped packages furnished another family visit. Melvin visited the church to advise of suifering from pneumonia. The Comniunity Circle will hy those present and cakes, and Pat Holland of Ashland ways its architectural - Revenue sharing Imp4 at the home of Mrs. Ail are welcome, spent last weekend with them. harriers might be overcome. The Selectmenwillmeeton lam Bagley, Wednesday. SoutNews BusyWeek Winnie Pineo reports that Feb. 12 to discuss the possible P'eb t0. at 7:30 pro. Wendell Woodward, Cub Esther Hill started another the last of Giant Step's clients uses of Revenue Sharing Clyde Blake gave a Master of Pack 36, reports of herbusyweeksonMonday, at the State Hospital have Monies in the amount of demonstration of amateur lhat at the January meeting a Feb, I. She took the R.F.D. been moved to new and better $6,194.35. Revenue sharing radio at the Elementary regalia was held with boats run for Pete Estes and landed quarters. She also reported money for 1982 is estimated to hoolTuesday, dan. 26. that the boys had made from in the snowbank twice but that two of the Upper Valley be$2,444.00. The State Police will give a kits. Jason Fountain took first managed to extricate herself Association's clients have Elaine Stevens is still snowmobile safety course at in this. Jason Aldrich took in time for supper and the moved into the Association's confined to Sceva Speare the Flementary School sceond, andCiiffDenne!lywas church meeting. Then on newly remodeled home for the Memorial. Tuesday. Feb. 2. The young folks will take an examination at the chlse of this. New Son Arrives Mr. and Mrs Blake Traendly are the parents of a sore their second Keef Chapman, born at the Alice I'wk Day llospilal, Lebanon, Nil.. ol'l Sunday, Jan. 21 Mr. and Mrs lkland Chapman of lo'n a the maternal third. There must have been a Tuesday she and Dodie handicapped in Bradford and SkatlngRink lot of wet feet ! Brian Thurston Tucker delivered Avon orders that that Association, together Thanks to the efforts of received his silver and gold in White River, hada shopping with the Vermont Association several parents with the help arrow points Peter Waistrom spree and enjoyed a leisurely for Mentally Retarded of men from the Fire received his Bobcat badge, lunch. That should help Citizens and the Vermont Department, a little ice- Ben Dyke received his alleviate "cahin fever. Coalition for the Handicapped, skating area is being con- Wehelos colors and his Snowpaeker'sCiub is now running training structed on the Common. It is aquanaunt, sportsman, It is hoped that no one was sessions, in person and by hoped to have some of the foresters, and travelers misled by the wording of the telecenference, to help ad- Winter Carnival festivities badges, item on the Snowmobile Club vocates for the handicapped held there. ........... in last week's news. The lobby more effectively with Two days of snow and one of Upper Valley Snowpackers state legislators, ice kept the schools closed this Petersor hit for :. points GRAND OPENING CEREMONIES-. The Stop and Save supermarket in Piermont held its ribbon cutting ceremony at the store on Tuesday, Feb. 2. Pictured left to Hght are Delores McQuade, wife of the store's owner; O.T. Bradley, Piermont official; Millie Dutre, < ,...<, ...... : president of Stop and Save Food Marketing[ w tray, Anthony Brainerd, assistant treasurer at the ,r-lay in sville Guaranty Savings Bank; and Dave Rlves, of the re manager. Cutting the ribbon is BHan McQuade.  ----- i :ued t [IVing Ct =his teaml ........ Marcella Hoffman 764-5795 by Connie Johnson of Old Mill pot luck supper Saturday at Properties. Pine Haven. The recently erected direction signs along the high- way make a good appearance. Piermonr rearly the :W Women's Fellowship Weather .Vas time Meeting Piermont Village Sell I from. Si The Women's Fellowship no school Feb. 3 due II Dave E will meet at the home of Agnes condition. There was st r hit for t Fire Calls Perkins with Arvilla Bedford road equipment worki g Oxbow Winter Carnival The Fire Department was as Co-hostess Feb. 11. the Village Triangle oll I 42-39 Plans are being formulated called out twice this week. Widows' Support that there was no r ptly hit a for a three-day winter car- Tuesday evening they ex- Group ordinary traffic--justl 'ullar an, nival on Feb. t8, 19 and 20. tinguished a chimney fire fit The Widows' Support Group big cities! They keptebered wit Eleven parents met with the home of Thomas Wolfe on which has been meeting busy digging o | bringin Barbara Lech, coordinator, to Route 25. Before leaving .for during the past year at the driveways which hadl[h one, discuss the event which will the fire the men discovered home of Florence Robbins will beenplowed--justliktkthen "n take place at the school and that the gas tank on the truck meet there at 3:30, Feb. 17. cities! Truly, thetowni for Oxl will include some fun at the was three-fourths empty. The Any widow in the area will be a f!ne job under  fiyts.goa skating rink on the common, one on the tanker was half warmly welcomed to share Irustraungconaidons. ! , ] There will be a meeting of empty. Apparently someone the comfort, problems and Heard Outside Id for the the Planning Committee at the had gained entrance to the fire solutions with this group who the Post Office pening mi school on Wednesday morning house and siphoned out the come from Bradford, Fairlee, Abby Metcalf, "My d Olymp and another meeting at 7:00 gas. HaverhillandPiermont. lockedme out of tlJ nr?a t p.m. on Thursday. Feb. 4. Wednesday eveningthrough Golden Wedding again. Little Old More help can be used. Come a Mutual Aid call they went to .The . Jesse__. Gilbe.rts "Does he de that Stever if you poaslbly can ! W.a tofMrandl ctm'a.weo+n Aby:   Yes, one on Hazel Bemis has become a Mrs. Edward Spencer on Red anmversary qmetiy thisWsoetime s he blow t he siao member of Ports' Assoc,'tates.. Oak ltill. The structure was because, of their health but too!." " tradi R,alntorSand Stafford Smith. i:m%PlelYhedestrYeedableFo . e?r:mel?li;Aa?;ieanld C 0r'ba;= Saturday, attended the turkey save most of their belongings, mon. ..... HEALTH SERVI t away b supper held at Woodsville The Spencers and their . ,liner rment currently WELLS RIVER-- A [,.clefense High School as part of the three children 'ere taken in neaCmmngnatwloXTOWulttu?nU  munity Health Serviclr ng Hun1 Winter Carnival. by Jeff Crosby, their next-door , g Town Nurse will be! two I Snowmobile Club neighbor. They plan to rebuild 1or several monms. U;,, f,, .... i, ^ rl Y gua The Baker River and have been given some Oxbow News hsted several Ve'lls"Rv'er"on"/ec One, rna Snowmobile Club will hold a wond toward the project, wees ago taermoms Mat- o, a,,-,a-ma,, i Page t| mew Williams chosen for a ..... ..': ............ ".: 55 s Prince in the Winter Carnivai. Phm'kiTne nurse v hel =u n .... a._ ec ng for gia 1 ead U I { d i Nancy Perkins hypertension and e " " Y 3 584-3611 problems  rs tow ;ae, di Contest Winner Spending Friday and William Nelson attended a Ha Bonnie Vance, a sophomore Saturday, Jan. 22-23, with Mr. Farm ' Credit Service Ywa] QUOTE at Blue Mountain Union and Mrs. William Nelson, Nominating Committee "It is the dull man  School, was recently awarded Grant, Hannah, Andrew, and Meeting at the Happy Hour always sure, third prizeina writing contest Betsey was her sister Miss Restaurant in Wells River at the school on the topic Wendy Rounds from Pownal. Tuesday, Feb. 2. who is always dull." "Building America Together", and was presented grandparents and Mr, and Mrs Wallace Traendly, of Essex Fells. N.J. are the Ill erna I grand parents. Mr and Mrs Douglas i)lles, ot Berlin. are the parenls (ff a son. Douglas Newhm. born Wednesday, Jan. 27. at the Centrsl Ver- monl llospital. Berlin. The maternal grandfather Is DEMOCRAT DINNER Chicken Bar-B-Q will be held STRAFFORD-- The at Post Mills Church this Democratic Committee of coming Saturday, Feb. 13. chairman of the S. Ryegate Grade Spaghetti Supper. Stratford will host the FamlliarName Women's Club's Scholarship However, the eighth graders Democratic Committee of There is always a pleasure Committee, announces that were able to have their dance Orange County on Wednesday, when reading an article in a that organization is once again on Feb. 6. Feb. 17 at a Potluck Dinner at magazine to come across a offering a $100 scholarship to a Parent Support Group Barret Hall in S. Strafford at familiar name or face. Your senior girl residing in the The Parent Support Group 6:00 p.m. For more in- correspondent did that just Town of Ryegate. will meet the first Thursday of formation cal1765-4026, last week and wonders if in the Requirements are: (I) Sub- every month at 7:00 p.m. at article on Barton in Vermont mission of a letter of ap- the school. Members of this $100Sehoiarship week andcaused the indefinite an award of $10.00. Bonnie is Mrs. Stephen Rosa, postponement of the Seventh the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vance. Town Topics Mrs. Jon Ojala from Jericho was a guest Friday through Sunday, Jan. 28-31 of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, Marcy and Katie. Mrs. Theima George of Woodsville and Miss Jane W001$11U New Hampshire sv. klwin MHne. tmley Iv, , 6,30 p.m.  Mmm, 8 .m. on 10 o.m. iAlrll - ---- Iv. Arthur Chon/, Stmy Secvic- 9 o.m., Woodsvill,, N.H. by. Fmns Pothn', Holy Sundey Schonl - 10 a.m. Communion 1st, 3rd and 5th ndoys- 11:00 o.m. Morning Pral, 2M and 4th, Smdays- Edward La('ount. of New Britain. Conn,, and the lllernal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolles. of hl I1. Church Supper The Fedcraled Church will hoh| ils annual birthday SUl)Wr and auction Saturday, Feb. 13 at 6:;11) p.m. at the lown Imll Mrs. Russell Wing INTERESTING FACT The first swimming school in America opened in Boston in 1828. Among the notables who attended were John Quincy Adams and John James Audubon, the naturalist. LETTER OF APPRECIATION.-- First District Executive Councilor Raymond Burton, Bath, who Is also the State Crusade Chairman of the American Cancer Society, is shown here presenting a Letter of Appreciation to Tessabel Bushaw of Warren for her 10 years of service as the Warren Town Crusade Chairman. Also in the picture is Bushaw's grand. daughter, Julie Bushaw (center). Life on page 8, anyone else plication, telling of one's found a family member or college plans: (2)Someproof friend. Paul Doule _ of acceptance by the college of Remember him? one's choice; and 3 ) Application no later than April 30. Lisbon ,,,, ' Hitldah Bedurd 8,18-672.5 Postponed Birthday Library. Luncheon Held Stanley Snell gave a resume Due to weather, slippery of the Life Squad and its work; roads, and glass-like and the need to subsidize the sidewalks the February Birth- Ross Ambulance. Lisbon and day Luncheon was held at the surrounding towns will have Lisbon Town Hall on Feb. 4 an article in their warrants to instead of Feb. 3. Not one of decide whether to support the the February celebrants was Ambulance Service. Also, the able to he present, but a good Lisbon Life Squad will try to number (37 plus 4 new) at- raise it's share by a supper in tended the free Blood the near future. Pressure Clinic. Next week, Feb. I0, Bertha Sweet was reported members may display their in Littleton Hospital, home-made Valentines, Genevieve Tewksbury in especially using unusual Cottage, and Helen Smith not materials. Lunch will be taken able to he prosent, care of by bringing box inn- The Shells and helpers of- ches, to be exchanged, or if fered baked beans andfranks, one is on a diet, he may keep vegetable casseroles, home- his own. made bread, birthday cake in the form of Valentines. and beverages. Several con- tributed jokes for the program; and Joyce Northrop used the Farmer's Almanac as a basis to discuss crickets. Several won door prizes: I. Clough, M. Hunt, A. Meserve, D. Whitcomb, F. Wetherbee, M. LyUe, M. Caswell, A. group, .currently working Fearon of Boscawen, N.H., lluml ll,000.m, lle.m. ChurchSchonllOo.m. Bmm Im toward the three-day carnival, were Sunday dinner gues sm. Sdm, 0/llltilllmm also help during the school day Jan. 31 of Mrs. George s smy riml, 9,4s lililci  a.m., Momkg Worship, II a.m. ivenin 0 Rev. Hysong, ot. Sunday, 9,4S a.m., Newhury, Vt. hr. doing things like answerin brother and sister-in-law Mr. rv,, 6 p.m. lhm'sdny - l ,ting nd ..hooL II o.m., mon worship. 7 hod, 9,45 *.m.  ! g fo- the phone, typing, and and Mrs. Arthur Whitehill and 7,30p.m. p.m., evonv worship. Wlmmloy, 7d$ [venin Fellowship ; | W.," U] supervising, enjoyed snowshoeing tn the . p.m., mi-mk uwvic. WM., 7,30 p.m. ' u tWO r( Anyone with a little spare afternoon with Arthur. mclta vllltt Iml --- --- se nig time and a concern for Among those from here to Sdo9,4S,.m.,rs ,v. WSlim t. Sll, s. SW, t lulluelm sooting o.m.,nlelngworllip, dMzhldlod#orprl- htll..dll .JiNk .... I II I0 of l youngsters would be attend the Vermont Farm o.m. and 3 p.m. Proml Il, WId. 2 school childm, ltmsdoyl, 6,0 o.m., mon's Iv. *non .. ,sin*  l:- p.m. " ,ae am welcomed to the group. There Show in Barre were Mr. and ,ot. HMonmli*lmdioibt# ll,0,.m. ChlhSdlld, Po.m. )O is quite a bit todo. Mrs. Fremont Nelson on -u-c- stly group m her homo o 'Paursd  ...... , r. The 8nowmobileC'lub Wednesday, Jan. 27, and Mr. ivl,! 9..z0-o..,,mom 'e held Pastor Jan,as Burow, Sundoy Schu - 10,00- $0MTS NIWIIIRlr  , The Baker River Valley and Mrs. William Nelson, 10,45m.,Mmingworip-lloOo.m.. kli--lN------ llm/-llIAilltlml , o170 Snowmobile Club will hold a Andrew and Betsey and Mr. oo, .0 twnin .V - 6:30 p.m., Albert |. d, pe'..d/, 10 e.m., l:ld.  . W ' Wdmdoy-PrMonting-6,p.m. Sundoy schonl. 11:00 mlminO worship. 7 Scoy, 2:3Op.m. fl Week Valentine Dance on Saturday and Mrs. Gene Perkins on p.m. nim wvie. Wedmsdoy, 7 p.m., -- ..... ,JICOUntry - Thursda evening, Feb. 13, at the Y. "'Alll- w meting. $1lxley, 7 pm., yom hr. Lee bnnii. "er -- Wentworth School from 9:00 to Moving to Mass.  s... Imople's nmting. h hod . I p.m. Wr'w'L. "- bv.'John Hoggerty, Stmdoy Services - 9:30 2:30 p.m. L'uaY and I:00 a.m. Music by the KennethNelsonleftSunday, o.m.,$m$chonl-9,30o.m. Vermont - FaY aft Country Travelers. BYOB Jan. 31. for his new job with |uou v.Pmlrv. .. tickets can he purchased from the Farm Credit Association mtwm-m cmnmu.c.. Lorraine Cove, Ginny Gore, in South Deerfield, Mass. His e,mm'vo v. John Knigh - 5unde,/Swkes 10:45, v. MmionT. Ridding. $ond/w-)l --_. Pat Dupuis and Shawnee's wife and daughters will join Rv. Willin, Jr., Smd/Sm-kes. ndo'/ S.ho0 9,30 *.m. - Child Core o.m. Cl'thkhud, Pa.m. : Store. The price is $4.00 each. him in the near future, and 9,30,.m.0Sondy$ch0d.9:30e.m. Fovidsd. , 11 VffJ! i|.L'?a Charles LaMontagne is Ihey will make their home in .,..s.Aq ,  l.'til.lh again in Sceva Speare Sunderland, Mass. , No. Hehil, N.H. hr. [k'oflw M. Grifflth- Brodford, . by..mes bud. ndoy v Mir, SundW Worship 9:00 o.m., Youth rvicsl0,30o.m.lWSchontpd$o.m. " d$rvic;snohrep-Ezo  NI Ages Invited. Memorial. Joe Perkins was an over- f C,m.i., 7,00 p.m., Pri,m TInorinll llthdCum'TlkilhonfInl 9Oodqo' Four new books have been night guest Friday, Jan. 29, of  $,0:a0 o.m. d'ke ,, ', received at the Wentworth Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Beck, sl, ...... iil-ree iltlllmm uby $h- 9=45 a.m., Mom Worship Memorial Library. They are: Janet and Kendall, Jr. No. 1, N.H. Rsv. Rdph Hy$on. 11:00 o.m., Mid-Wu! Ik'ble Shdy Thu., tU311Nm  f.dey Servir.es !! o.m. ondTp.m, Wed., 7 7:30p.m. p.m., fndey St'P, ool - 9:45 o.m. 0w la d Pmlmtml Ibip Bmdfocd, Vt. Fgflu, Jams Cannon C.s.s.R. Maybes, J. Robinson, H. the National Register d Putnam house formerly Bromon and F. Gooseline. It llistoric Places. Persons owned by the Jack Clark's on was voted to donate a interested in preserving their Stanyon Hill. Mr. Blackburn is INTERESTING FACT memorial book for Robert lmmes or a public building are a carpenter and his wife is an There are 100 fancy Jesseman to the Franconia inviledtoattend, artist. The sale was arranged varieties of goldfish. A Flag for Sunrise, a novel of Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Modern El Salvador by Stone Nelson attended a "Barn and three non-fiction books: Meeting" sponsored by m . Moss, $:15 p.m. Sun. Moss., 9,00 md At Dawn We Slept, about the Eastern at the Donald Sim- cpci ll:00a,m, Pearl Harbor tragedy written pson farm in Sutton Tuesday, ,v. MoJm GroM  from both sides, by Prange; Feb. 2. m FltCmFql,-'Omk Iiistorical 'iety Life oa Earth by David Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, ..mk s J. Pnin, o. sioy , The Wenlworth llistorical Attenborough and Wild Life of Marcy and Katie, left ,t...bW,S,:eslh00 .k,,7. 9,4s ,.m. u. f,,on00 )eiety will meet on Tuesday, The River by William Amos, Tuesday, Feb. 2, to visit her, . parents Mr. and Mrs. Francis iCmmmmaOmU.C.C Feb. 7, at 8:00 p.m. al lh)hson Recently moved to town are Ha ggarty in Panton. Hmmm Richd A. Whie. Peslor Sndoy Worship llouse. After the meeling Bruce and Lisa Blackburn of 11...c. ii:00 o.m., edy  9,45 a.m., Pot t hi, re will he a discussion of Rumney. They bought the Ora llv.  Robb. Sllrvi.es- 11 o.nl., ,loy turk & Vesplmi , 6dl0 p.m. Choir ' $ChO - 9:45 a.m. rebeorml, Thtsdow, 730 p.m. PAmUl WAIIIIN 11e Rev. W'dliam Afldmon. Surday Ser, lill amVk 10,30 a.m. HC fnt, hird ol . Suley Worship, lOo.m, ond MP, second and fourth Stmdoys. I,. l,l.,,,', o,,,,t, Jaseph Frms, Paster, C.$.s.,g"-. Night Mass- 7:00 p.m. sunday M' 0.111. 0 Wefts River, . Rv. Arthur J -1. , S,rvic, . 10,30 a.m. Child c sonl - 9 o.m, ,me,ml S..C. :=,| 'wces 10:45 o.m., Lmrcn Ow' SW ,.m. anon.pc ....... !ia u a mmuae , tqu.. $1lie (Sun.), 7:00 p...; T?i 1,00 , I0,00 o.rn. rllo 0 p.m. Page 6-The Journal Opinion-February 10, 1982 [lllllll I I I 1 III III1' N Vermont winter t I'm glad that I live just where I do, Even if sometimes my fingers turn blue, With snow that's so deep it falls in your boots, And most of your time is spent zipping snowsuits. For what is the joy in a fireplaces glow? Unless outside it is 20 degrees below. And what gives more pleasure than hanks 3 feet wide, When you are cozy and sleepy and safely in- side. So have a Vermont winter wherever you go, Where not just our hearths, but our hearts are aglow! Dent Ciogston Bradford, Vt. Bradford Arlene Cleveland has received word that her mother, Laura Hutchinson, is in the hospital, where she underwent surgery Thursday, Feb. 4. For anyone wishing to send best wishes, the address is Room 441; Manatee Memorial Hospital; Bradenton, Fl., 33505. Bradford Hospice The Hospice Group will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Senior Citizen Center on Feb. 15 -- a Monday. There will be a program. The public is in- vited. Joseph Couillard has been in Hanover Hospital since Jan. 15, He would love to hear from friends as he expects to be there for a while yet. He is in room 637 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial in Hanover, N.H., 03755. Legion Auxiliary The Legion Auxiliary ........... Virginia Bedeli III 439-5720 to further their educaiion. W. Fairlee S. Ryegate L00Daw00y, Barbara Sumner Ice Days New Books: , ,,,h, ' ' 3 -44?7 Blue Mountain (and other The S. Ryegate Public schools in the area, too, Library recently purchased Life probably) set a record the more than $200-worth of new Life's made for living, week of Feb. 1-5 as the week books. Among the ones for And giving and sbaring, with the most days (three) children are: Leo, Zack and Knowing and showing, canceled because of adverse Emmie by Amy Ehrlich, And daring and caring, winter weather--day, for- sister of Jane Bayer of Life's made for doing, merly called "snow" one-s but, Mosquitoville (and aunt of the Pursuing of dreams, in view of recent experience, "Zack and Emmie" of the Sowing and growing, about to be revised to title); Soup On Wheels by da- " Robert Newton Peck, author Whatever the means, something like "ice y. Such days, especially for of other books with a Vermont Revealing andfeeilng, families with non-school- setting; and Trucks by Gaff And finding that You going, school-age children in Gibbons of Corinth. Among Must learn bow to take it, them, were not ones providing those for adults are: Volumes To make it come true. any noticeable relief of the II and llI of Over the River Along with its ups, cabin fever that Vermont and Through the Years by in spite of its downs, Public Radio's February Katharine Blaisdell of N. Life's made of lesses, "Relief of Cabin Fever Haverhill; The Zoo That and crosses and crowns. Marathon" was billed as being Never Was by R.D. GraceE. Easley abletooffer. Lawrence; The Ring by Duty Calis Danielle Steele; and Black News Briefs Dog-catchers do not heed Bear Baby by Bernice On Monday evening, Feb. 1, travelers advisories, ap- Freschette, with illustrations an evaluation and planning parently. At least Ryegate's by James Arnosky of town meeting of the Church was dogcatcher did not heed the The library continues to be held at the Parsonage. There advisories in effect on the open each Thursday from was a large group in at- night of Feb. 3, when he was three to five. They will also sponsor girl's tendance. The purpose of this hard at work with his dog- New Son Arrives state again. Refreshments meeting was to review the carrying vehicle, fully Michael and Cathy Zam- were served by Juanita ministry and to make plans equipped with tire chaios, pieri announce the advent of a Shearer and Mabel. The for the coming year. Pastor running the ice-covered roads son, Jason Michael, horn Jan. Legion, who held their Cook also presented his or- in pursuit of dogs "not under 30 in Cottage Hospital and meeting with Charlie Zwicker dination procedure which will the control of their owners." weighing 9 pounds, 12 ounces. joined for refreshments. The take place this Spring. This, when all other human He has the honor of sharing his Legion has received their The Tuesday Bible Study beings in the area seemed to birthday with his cousin, Commander's quota and pins Group met again last week be safely at home watching a Roxanna Zamperi, horn Jan. were presented to Milton with Polly Ladd. There were Bette Davis movie or 30, 1970. 11 members present. A lively engaging in some other Lee Dawley and son Hugh Bedell by Charles Potts, State and interesting discussion (hopefully) equally wor- overtook Libero Andrenletti Adjutant. George Metcalf received ensued, due to three or four thwhile pursuit. Such are the and Lester Greene on iee- word of the accidental death of debatable true or false methods dogcatchers ap- encrusted Orange Heights the his youngest sister, Carrie statements on Revelation 12- patently feel called upon to afternoon of Feb. 3 on their Blanchard in Inverness, FI., 16. me in their on-going efforts to respective ways back from Saturday morning. Flying We are sorry to learn that keep dog-owners under Barre. from Bradley Field on Sun- Grammie Ladd has control. day, George and Sherry Tullar pneumonia. She was taken by Town Topics Wentworth of town joined other family ambulance last Tuesday Calvin Frost took his members to fly toTampa, night, hack to M.H.M.H. brother, Ellsworth Frost, and " Town Topics Parker Ling returned home Prayers will be appreciated his mother, Mary Frost, to Gerald Hutchins is ill at Sunday from the hospital in for her recovery, Boston Feb. 1, where they Cottage Hospital in Wood- Hanover, where he had gone Ruby Ricker is staling with boarded a flight for Miami, sville. in Tuesday f or minor surgery. Marjorie for the present time FI., where they will begin a Barbara Lech was in MMF Tom Taylor returned in Post Mills. She moved down three-weeks' reprieve from Danbury, Conn., on business members met Tuesday night at the home of Mabel Hum- phrey. It was voted to do poppies again this year. It was also voted to raise the money given to graduating senior girls who are junior members of the Auxiliary and going on Fairlee ,,, ,, , Christian Warfare Sunday was celebrated at the Federated Church Sulday, to his ship in Norfolk, Va. after on Jan. 29. Marge is .much Vermont weather by visiting this weekend. spending the weekend with his better and, in fact, went Ellsworth's sister, Pauline Auguste King is a patient at parents KeithandEleanor. shopping with Ruby and Adamese, to be followed by Sceva Speare Memorial in HTFA Jon Larabee who had Madeline last Thursday. other visits to Mrs. Frost's Plymouth. been home for eight days rode Reg and Betty Moore have sisters and brothers-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ross were hack with Tom and then on to just returned to their home on Mr. and Mrs. George in town this weekend visiting his ship in Plymouth, Vs. Blood Brook after enjoying a Cameron of Orange City and relatives and friends. Mrs. three week vacation in Mr. and Mrs. Fred LaValley Ross is the former Pebble Florida. They spent their of Largo. Blodgett. .......... Mrs. EstherJohnsol holiday in. Holiday with The locai church is awaiting Mr. andMrs. David Sauer of .'1.3.9704 Betty's parents, Mr. and Mrs. a report of the recom- New Milford, Conn.. spent the is in charge of the supper and Herin Lafley, where the mendations made by Tec- weekend celebrating Danny Mrs. Irene Gulley will obtain temperatures were in the high tonics, Inc., 109 S. Winouski Sauer's birthday at his home the cakes. After the supper, 70's. We aren't envious, just Ave., Burlington, a non-profit hereat Bull's EyeCurve. housing corporation, two of Elaine Stevens is in Sceva Jan. 31 with sermon and the incomparable William green! hymns Godfrey will auction off gaily Bill and Irene Doyle enjoyed whose consultants recently Speare Memorial Hospital Community Circle wrapped packages furnished another family visit. Melvin visited the church to advise of suifering from pneumonia. The Comniunity Circle will hy those present and cakes, and Pat Holland of Ashland ways its architectural - Revenue sharing Imp4 at the home of Mrs. Ail are welcome, spent last weekend with them. harriers might be overcome. The Selectmenwillmeeton lam Bagley, Wednesday. SoutNews BusyWeek Winnie Pineo reports that Feb. 12 to discuss the possible P'eb t0. at 7:30 pro. Wendell Woodward, Cub Esther Hill started another the last of Giant Step's clients uses of Revenue Sharing Clyde Blake gave a Master of Pack 36, reports of herbusyweeksonMonday, at the State Hospital have Monies in the amount of demonstration of amateur lhat at the January meeting a Feb, I. She took the R.F.D. been moved to new and better $6,194.35. Revenue sharing radio at the Elementary regalia was held with boats run for Pete Estes and landed quarters. She also reported money for 1982 is estimated to hoolTuesday, dan. 26. that the boys had made from in the snowbank twice but that two of the Upper Valley be$2,444.00. The State Police will give a kits. Jason Fountain took first managed to extricate herself Association's clients have Elaine Stevens is still snowmobile safety course at in this. Jason Aldrich took in time for supper and the moved into the Association's confined to Sceva Speare the Flementary School sceond, andCiiffDenne!lywas church meeting. Then on newly remodeled home for the Memorial. Tuesday. Feb. 2. The young folks will take an examination at the chlse of this. New Son Arrives Mr. and Mrs Blake Traendly are the parents of a sore their second Keef Chapman, born at the Alice I'wk Day llospilal, Lebanon, Nil.. ol'l Sunday, Jan. 21 Mr. and Mrs lkland Chapman of lo'n a the maternal third. There must have been a Tuesday she and Dodie handicapped in Bradford and SkatlngRink lot of wet feet ! Brian Thurston Tucker delivered Avon orders that that Association, together Thanks to the efforts of received his silver and gold in White River, hada shopping with the Vermont Association several parents with the help arrow points Peter Waistrom spree and enjoyed a leisurely for Mentally Retarded of men from the Fire received his Bobcat badge, lunch. That should help Citizens and the Vermont Department, a little ice- Ben Dyke received his alleviate "cahin fever. Coalition for the Handicapped, skating area is being con- Wehelos colors and his Snowpaeker'sCiub is now running training structed on the Common. It is aquanaunt, sportsman, It is hoped that no one was sessions, in person and by hoped to have some of the foresters, and travelers misled by the wording of the telecenference, to help ad- Winter Carnival festivities badges, item on the Snowmobile Club vocates for the handicapped held there. ........... in last week's news. The lobby more effectively with Two days of snow and one of Upper Valley Snowpackers state legislators, ice kept the schools closed this Petersor hit for :. points GRAND OPENING CEREMONIES-. The Stop and Save supermarket in Piermont held its ribbon cutting ceremony at the store on Tuesday, Feb. 2. Pictured left to Hght are Delores McQuade, wife of the store's owner; O.T. Bradley, Piermont official; Millie Dutre, < ,...<, ...... : president of Stop and Save Food Marketing[ w tray, Anthony Brainerd, assistant treasurer at the ,r-lay in sville Guaranty Savings Bank; and Dave Rlves, of the re manager. Cutting the ribbon is BHan McQuade.  ----- i :ued t [IVing Ct =his teaml ........ Marcella Hoffman 764-5795 by Connie Johnson of Old Mill pot luck supper Saturday at Properties. Pine Haven. The recently erected direction signs along the high- way make a good appearance. Piermonr rearly the :W Women's Fellowship Weather .Vas time Meeting Piermont Village Sell I from. Si The Women's Fellowship no school Feb. 3 due II Dave E will meet at the home of Agnes condition. There was st r hit for t Fire Calls Perkins with Arvilla Bedford road equipment worki g Oxbow Winter Carnival The Fire Department was as Co-hostess Feb. 11. the Village Triangle oll I 42-39 Plans are being formulated called out twice this week. Widows' Support that there was no r ptly hit a for a three-day winter car- Tuesday evening they ex- Group ordinary traffic--justl 'ullar an, nival on Feb. t8, 19 and 20. tinguished a chimney fire fit The Widows' Support Group big cities! They keptebered wit Eleven parents met with the home of Thomas Wolfe on which has been meeting busy digging o | bringin Barbara Lech, coordinator, to Route 25. Before leaving .for during the past year at the driveways which hadl[h one, discuss the event which will the fire the men discovered home of Florence Robbins will beenplowed--justliktkthen "n take place at the school and that the gas tank on the truck meet there at 3:30, Feb. 17. cities! Truly, thetowni for Oxl will include some fun at the was three-fourths empty. The Any widow in the area will be a f!ne job under  fiyts.goa skating rink on the common, one on the tanker was half warmly welcomed to share Irustraungconaidons. ! , ] There will be a meeting of empty. Apparently someone the comfort, problems and Heard Outside Id for the the Planning Committee at the had gained entrance to the fire solutions with this group who the Post Office pening mi school on Wednesday morning house and siphoned out the come from Bradford, Fairlee, Abby Metcalf, "My d Olymp and another meeting at 7:00 gas. HaverhillandPiermont. lockedme out of tlJ nr?a t p.m. on Thursday. Feb. 4. Wednesday eveningthrough Golden Wedding again. Little Old More help can be used. Come a Mutual Aid call they went to .The . Jesse__. Gilbe.rts "Does he de that Stever if you poaslbly can ! W.a tofMrandl ctm'a.weo+n Aby:   Yes, one on Hazel Bemis has become a Mrs. Edward Spencer on Red anmversary qmetiy thisWsoetime s he blow t he siao member of Ports' Assoc,'tates.. Oak ltill. The structure was because, of their health but too!." " tradi R,alntorSand Stafford Smith. i:m%PlelYhedestrYeedableFo . e?r:mel?li;Aa?;ieanld C 0r'ba;= Saturday, attended the turkey save most of their belongings, mon. ..... HEALTH SERVI t away b supper held at Woodsville The Spencers and their . ,liner rment currently WELLS RIVER-- A [,.clefense High School as part of the three children 'ere taken in neaCmmngnatwloXTOWulttu?nU  munity Health Serviclr ng Hun1 Winter Carnival. by Jeff Crosby, their next-door , g Town Nurse will be! two I Snowmobile Club neighbor. They plan to rebuild 1or several monms. U;,, f,, .... i, ^ rl Y gua The Baker River and have been given some Oxbow News hsted several Ve'lls"Rv'er"on"/ec One, rna Snowmobile Club will hold a wond toward the project, wees ago taermoms Mat- o, a,,-,a-ma,, i Page t| mew Williams chosen for a ..... ..': ............ ".: 55 s Prince in the Winter Carnivai. Phm'kiTne nurse v hel =u n .... a._ ec ng for gia 1 ead U I { d i Nancy Perkins hypertension and e " " Y 3 584-3611 problems  rs tow ;ae, di Contest Winner Spending Friday and William Nelson attended a Ha Bonnie Vance, a sophomore Saturday, Jan. 22-23, with Mr. Farm ' Credit Service Ywa] QUOTE at Blue Mountain Union and Mrs. William Nelson, Nominating Committee "It is the dull man  School, was recently awarded Grant, Hannah, Andrew, and Meeting at the Happy Hour always sure, third prizeina writing contest Betsey was her sister Miss Restaurant in Wells River at the school on the topic Wendy Rounds from Pownal. Tuesday, Feb. 2. who is always dull." "Building America Together", and was presented grandparents and Mr, and Mrs Wallace Traendly, of Essex Fells. N.J. are the Ill erna I grand parents. Mr and Mrs Douglas i)lles, ot Berlin. are the parenls (ff a son. Douglas Newhm. born Wednesday, Jan. 27. at the Centrsl Ver- monl llospital. Berlin. The maternal grandfather Is DEMOCRAT DINNER Chicken Bar-B-Q will be held STRAFFORD-- The at Post Mills Church this Democratic Committee of coming Saturday, Feb. 13. chairman of the S. Ryegate Grade Spaghetti Supper. Stratford will host the FamlliarName Women's Club's Scholarship However, the eighth graders Democratic Committee of There is always a pleasure Committee, announces that were able to have their dance Orange County on Wednesday, when reading an article in a that organization is once again on Feb. 6. Feb. 17 at a Potluck Dinner at magazine to come across a offering a $100 scholarship to a Parent Support Group Barret Hall in S. Strafford at familiar name or face. Your senior girl residing in the The Parent Support Group 6:00 p.m. For more in- correspondent did that just Town of Ryegate. will meet the first Thursday of formation cal1765-4026, last week and wonders if in the Requirements are: (I) Sub- every month at 7:00 p.m. at article on Barton in Vermont mission of a letter of ap- the school. Members of this $100Sehoiarship week andcaused the indefinite an award of $10.00. Bonnie is Mrs. Stephen Rosa, postponement of the Seventh the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vance. Town Topics Mrs. Jon Ojala from Jericho was a guest Friday through Sunday, Jan. 28-31 of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, Marcy and Katie. Mrs. Theima George of Woodsville and Miss Jane W001$11U New Hampshire sv. klwin MHne. tmley Iv, , 6,30 p.m.  Mmm, 8 .m. on 10 o.m. iAlrll - ---- Iv. Arthur Chon/, Stmy Secvic- 9 o.m., Woodsvill,, N.H. by. Fmns Pothn', Holy Sundey Schonl - 10 a.m. Communion 1st, 3rd and 5th ndoys- 11:00 o.m. Morning Pral, 2M and 4th, Smdays- Edward La('ount. of New Britain. Conn,, and the lllernal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolles. of hl I1. Church Supper The Fedcraled Church will hoh| ils annual birthday SUl)Wr and auction Saturday, Feb. 13 at 6:;11) p.m. at the lown Imll Mrs. Russell Wing INTERESTING FACT The first swimming school in America opened in Boston in 1828. Among the notables who attended were John Quincy Adams and John James Audubon, the naturalist. LETTER OF APPRECIATION.-- First District Executive Councilor Raymond Burton, Bath, who Is also the State Crusade Chairman of the American Cancer Society, is shown here presenting a Letter of Appreciation to Tessabel Bushaw of Warren for her 10 years of service as the Warren Town Crusade Chairman. Also in the picture is Bushaw's grand. daughter, Julie Bushaw (center). Life on page 8, anyone else plication, telling of one's found a family member or college plans: (2)Someproof friend. Paul Doule _ of acceptance by the college of Remember him? one's choice; and 3 ) Application no later than April 30. Lisbon ,,,, ' Hitldah Bedurd 8,18-672.5 Postponed Birthday Library. Luncheon Held Stanley Snell gave a resume Due to weather, slippery of the Life Squad and its work; roads, and glass-like and the need to subsidize the sidewalks the February Birth- Ross Ambulance. Lisbon and day Luncheon was held at the surrounding towns will have Lisbon Town Hall on Feb. 4 an article in their warrants to instead of Feb. 3. Not one of decide whether to support the the February celebrants was Ambulance Service. Also, the able to he present, but a good Lisbon Life Squad will try to number (37 plus 4 new) at- raise it's share by a supper in tended the free Blood the near future. Pressure Clinic. Next week, Feb. I0, Bertha Sweet was reported members may display their in Littleton Hospital, home-made Valentines, Genevieve Tewksbury in especially using unusual Cottage, and Helen Smith not materials. Lunch will be taken able to he prosent, care of by bringing box inn- The Shells and helpers of- ches, to be exchanged, or if fered baked beans andfranks, one is on a diet, he may keep vegetable casseroles, home- his own. made bread, birthday cake in the form of Valentines. and beverages. Several con- tributed jokes for the program; and Joyce Northrop used the Farmer's Almanac as a basis to discuss crickets. Several won door prizes: I. Clough, M. Hunt, A. Meserve, D. Whitcomb, F. Wetherbee, M. LyUe, M. Caswell, A. group, .currently working Fearon of Boscawen, N.H., lluml ll,000.m, lle.m. ChurchSchonllOo.m. Bmm Im toward the three-day carnival, were Sunday dinner gues sm. Sdm, 0/llltilllmm also help during the school day Jan. 31 of Mrs. George s smy riml, 9,4s lililci  a.m., Momkg Worship, II a.m. ivenin 0 Rev. Hysong, ot. Sunday, 9,4S a.m., Newhury, Vt. hr. doing things like answerin brother and sister-in-law Mr. rv,, 6 p.m. lhm'sdny - l ,ting nd ..hooL II o.m., mon worship. 7 hod, 9,45 *.m.  ! g fo- the phone, typing, and and Mrs. Arthur Whitehill and 7,30p.m. p.m., evonv worship. Wlmmloy, 7d$ [venin Fellowship ; | W.," U] supervising, enjoyed snowshoeing tn the . p.m., mi-mk uwvic. WM., 7,30 p.m. ' u tWO r( Anyone with a little spare afternoon with Arthur. mclta vllltt Iml --- --- se nig time and a concern for Among those from here to Sdo9,4S,.m.,rs ,v. WSlim t. Sll, s. SW, t lulluelm sooting o.m.,nlelngworllip, dMzhldlod#orprl- htll..dll .JiNk .... I II I0 of l youngsters would be attend the Vermont Farm o.m. and 3 p.m. Proml Il, WId. 2 school childm, ltmsdoyl, 6,0 o.m., mon's Iv. *non .. ,sin*  l:- p.m. " ,ae am welcomed to the group. There Show in Barre were Mr. and ,ot. HMonmli*lmdioibt# ll,0,.m. ChlhSdlld, Po.m. )O is quite a bit todo. Mrs. Fremont Nelson on -u-c- stly group m her homo o 'Paursd  ...... , r. The 8nowmobileC'lub Wednesday, Jan. 27, and Mr. ivl,! 9..z0-o..,,mom 'e held Pastor Jan,as Burow, Sundoy Schu - 10,00- $0MTS NIWIIIRlr  , The Baker River Valley and Mrs. William Nelson, 10,45m.,Mmingworip-lloOo.m.. kli--lN------ llm/-llIAilltlml , o170 Snowmobile Club will hold a Andrew and Betsey and Mr. oo, .0 twnin .V - 6:30 p.m., Albert |. d, pe'..d/, 10 e.m., l:ld.  . W ' Wdmdoy-PrMonting-6,p.m. Sundoy schonl. 11:00 mlminO worship. 7 Scoy, 2:3Op.m. fl Week Valentine Dance on Saturday and Mrs. Gene Perkins on p.m. nim wvie. Wedmsdoy, 7 p.m., -- ..... ,JICOUntry - Thursda evening, Feb. 13, at the Y. "'Alll- w meting. $1lxley, 7 pm., yom hr. Lee bnnii. "er -- Wentworth School from 9:00 to Moving to Mass.  s... Imople's nmting. h hod . I p.m. Wr'w'L. "- bv.'John Hoggerty, Stmdoy Services - 9:30 2:30 p.m. L'uaY and I:00 a.m. Music by the KennethNelsonleftSunday, o.m.,$m$chonl-9,30o.m. Vermont - FaY aft Country Travelers. BYOB Jan. 31. for his new job with |uou v.Pmlrv. .. tickets can he purchased from the Farm Credit Association mtwm-m cmnmu.c.. Lorraine Cove, Ginny Gore, in South Deerfield, Mass. His e,mm'vo v. John Knigh - 5unde,/Swkes 10:45, v. MmionT. Ridding. $ond/w-)l --_. Pat Dupuis and Shawnee's wife and daughters will join Rv. Willin, Jr., Smd/Sm-kes. ndo'/ S.ho0 9,30 *.m. - Child Core o.m. Cl'thkhud, Pa.m. : Store. The price is $4.00 each. him in the near future, and 9,30,.m.0Sondy$ch0d.9:30e.m. Fovidsd. , 11 VffJ! i|.L'?a Charles LaMontagne is Ihey will make their home in .,..s.Aq ,  l.'til.lh again in Sceva Speare Sunderland, Mass. , No. Hehil, N.H. hr. [k'oflw M. Grifflth- Brodford, . by..mes bud. ndoy v Mir, SundW Worship 9:00 o.m., Youth rvicsl0,30o.m.lWSchontpd$o.m. " d$rvic;snohrep-Ezo  NI Ages Invited. Memorial. Joe Perkins was an over- f C,m.i., 7,00 p.m., Pri,m TInorinll llthdCum'TlkilhonfInl 9Oodqo' Four new books have been night guest Friday, Jan. 29, of  $,0:a0 o.m. d'ke ,, ', received at the Wentworth Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Beck, sl, ...... iil-ree iltlllmm uby $h- 9=45 a.m., Mom Worship Memorial Library. They are: Janet and Kendall, Jr. No. 1, N.H. Rsv. Rdph Hy$on. 11:00 o.m., Mid-Wu! Ik'ble Shdy Thu., tU311Nm  f.dey Servir.es !! o.m. ondTp.m, Wed., 7 7:30p.m. p.m., fndey St'P, ool - 9:45 o.m. 0w la d Pmlmtml Ibip Bmdfocd, Vt. Fgflu, Jams Cannon C.s.s.R. Maybes, J. Robinson, H. the National Register d Putnam house formerly Bromon and F. Gooseline. It llistoric Places. Persons owned by the Jack Clark's on was voted to donate a interested in preserving their Stanyon Hill. Mr. Blackburn is INTERESTING FACT memorial book for Robert lmmes or a public building are a carpenter and his wife is an There are 100 fancy Jesseman to the Franconia inviledtoattend, artist. The sale was arranged varieties of goldfish. A Flag for Sunrise, a novel of Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Modern El Salvador by Stone Nelson attended a "Barn and three non-fiction books: Meeting" sponsored by m . Moss, $:15 p.m. Sun. Moss., 9,00 md At Dawn We Slept, about the Eastern at the Donald Sim- cpci ll:00a,m, Pearl Harbor tragedy written pson farm in Sutton Tuesday, ,v. MoJm GroM  from both sides, by Prange; Feb. 2. m FltCmFql,-'Omk Iiistorical 'iety Life oa Earth by David Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, ..mk s J. Pnin, o. sioy , The Wenlworth llistorical Attenborough and Wild Life of Marcy and Katie, left ,t...bW,S,:eslh00 .k,,7. 9,4s ,.m. u. f,,on00 )eiety will meet on Tuesday, The River by William Amos, Tuesday, Feb. 2, to visit her, . parents Mr. and Mrs. Francis iCmmmmaOmU.C.C Feb. 7, at 8:00 p.m. al lh)hson Recently moved to town are Ha ggarty in Panton. Hmmm Richd A. Whie. Peslor Sndoy Worship llouse. After the meeling Bruce and Lisa Blackburn of 11...c. ii:00 o.m., edy  9,45 a.m., Pot t hi, re will he a discussion of Rumney. They bought the Ora llv.  Robb. Sllrvi.es- 11 o.nl., ,loy turk & Vesplmi , 6dl0 p.m. Choir ' $ChO - 9:45 a.m. rebeorml, Thtsdow, 730 p.m. PAmUl WAIIIIN 11e Rev. W'dliam Afldmon. Surday Ser, lill amVk 10,30 a.m. HC fnt, hird ol . Suley Worship, lOo.m, ond MP, second and fourth Stmdoys. I,. l,l.,,,', o,,,,t, Jaseph Frms, Paster, C.$.s.,g"-. Night Mass- 7:00 p.m. sunday M' 0.111. 0 Wefts River, . Rv. Arthur J -1. , S,rvic, . 10,30 a.m. Child c sonl - 9 o.m, ,me,ml S..C. :=,| 'wces 10:45 o.m., Lmrcn Ow' SW ,.m. anon.pc ....... !ia u a mmuae , tqu.. $1lie (Sun.), 7:00 p...; T?i 1,00 , I0,00 o.rn. rllo 0 p.m.