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February 25. 1981-Thc ,Iournal Opinion-Page 7 KORNER by I,.F. BARNES For the wee folk Tis is to be your space in the Journal Opinion. We will be sharing games, toys to make, activities to do, or stories of happenings in your neighborhood and school. • Please share with us. We invite you and your parents to contribute your ideas. This week we print a recipe for homemade Play- Dough. Part of the fun of playing can be helping mother to make this clay. It has a smooth pliable texture and keeps for a long time in a closed container. Leslie Rower and her four-year old son, Jacob, of Newbury Village, share the following directions with us. Mix together 2 cups of flour; 1 cup of salt; a con- tainer of food coloring (any color you like) blended into 2 cups of water; 2 teaspoons cooking oil; and 4 tablespoons cream of tartar. Stir the above ingredients together in a saucepan. Cook over a medium heat. Stir constantly, until the ingredients stick together in the center of the pan, forming a soft ball of clay. Cool. Store in a covered tin. &lt; It need not be refrigerated. ) Enjoy. W. Topsham Mr. and Mrs. Jay B. Hut- chinson announce the birth of a new baby girl. Her name is Emily. Both baby and mother are doing fine. The Waits River did "its" usual thing -- when the ice goes out "with a loud roar". It is something to see -- where the East Orange Brook meets the Waits liver. Then hang and then the ice goes down. One can't stress enough the importance of telling children to stay away from the river hanks and bridges. One would have to see the size of ice chunks. Much credit goes to Mr. and Mrs. George Gibby for printing the Annual Topsham Town Reports. They also print several town reports W. Newbury Bertha Carlton around thisarea. 429-3868 Mrs. Ken Perry and Mrs. Mrs. Michael Ginsburg who two children from Bradford. William Tillotson visited their On the award of merit for The Cook Committee Aunt Mrs. Gladys Kimball dine products at the recent members are really enjoying Feb. 18. Mrs. Richard Avery rmont Farm Show. Shewon their meetings while working was also a luncheon guest. this award on a casserole onthecook book. Both are from Plymouth, N.H. Squash Delight." Ongratulations. • Mrs. Solan Stevens and Miss inda Sohigeam were in Gleneliff, N H one day to call on Mrs. Hazel Greenwood. , . i . Mis Lindsey Putnam lett last Sunday on a skiing tour and is one of four to represent ' !he U.S Ski Team and will go Sweden Norway and :. rinland Her many friends k from here wish her the best of % luck for she works so hard  ,i her skiing. . o __ iss Betsey Martin irom :jlqIpllla has been spending a ff ' days with the Donald ! ?i:m family • :i f 'S"Aroline Sargent a rer resident here is now in k e.noit Rest Home 'in Barre e nd that is on Camp Street . l Xtension. x/ News items are welcomed jr by the correspondents. • • On Saturday Feb. 7, Roy r SWmeter and 'Mrs. Shirley mth.of Barton were united in xarrlage by Rev. John 'ra? h. These people were old thyn li of the Marshes where ,,^_ Ived in Barton several .rs ago. ma tth Jennifer Holmes is | herrok good recovery from The fire siren blows at 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. Lloyde Chase every third Wednesday attended a birthday party held evening of each month. This is at the Steakhouse, in honor of to call the firemen to the Mrs. Bertha (Chase) firehouse for their meeting. Pickering recently. The Women's Fellowship Women Auxiliary of the Tri- held their regular meeting at Village Fire Department met the home of Mrs. Robert at the home of Mrs. Gary Atwood with 25 women present. A few men were there CO r i nt h to hear Gavin Reid of Newbury talk about "Wills." Wayland Jordan, long time Delicious refreshments were resident and active par- served with Mrs. Swenson and ticipant in town affairs, will be Mrs. Appleton pouring. Mrs. observing his 90th birthday on Andrew Jarrell, the new March 4. Let's remember with president, conducted a very a birthday card greeting. His interesting meeting. The new address is Chelsea Home for committees were announced theAged, Chelsea, Vt. 05038. and from the reports it looks Mrs. Ruth Magoon, long like a very busy year with the time resident of this town and large number of willing who for several years had workers. The Thursday been a patient in the Rowan sewing group are ac- Court Nursing Home in Barre, complishing a great deal passed away early Wednesday toward the summer sale. morning, Feb. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Bradford "Mr. and Mrs. David Flan- Johnston of Bradford had a ders of White River Jet. were lovely dinner party on overnight guests of her aunt, Thursday evening for his Merle Perrin, Saturday, Feb. mother, Mrs. Donald John- 14. ston, to celebrate her bir- Mrs. Cherry-Ann Bland and thday. The Laurence Holmes children Jason and Melissa of family were present and Sherborn, Mass., were guests Stephen and Donna Knitter of Jack and Sue Learmonth from Brandon who are visiting from Sunday until Wed- at the Larry Holmes. nesday. Mrs. Eric Vermill from Mark Pierce of Stowe was Arlington, Mass., was a guest an overnight guest at the of the Johnstons" Wednesday home of Marian Gokey night. Tuesday, Feb. 17. Of George Duane Brend,3 Kaiser and Fatrlee are . i dec from I parents of a baby daughter, Pierrnont The Larry Holmes Emily Lynn, born Feb. 9 at . • family from here and Mr. and Mary Hitchcoek Memorial Piermont Cloverbloom 4-H MrS. Bradford Johnston and Hospital. * Suspended coach (continued from page I ) meeting ancl followed, "I'd McQuesten then questioned like to ask the administration Pat Thurston, bus driver, to of how an action the verify Trombley's concern for magnitude of dismissal of a su,t,rvisionofthe,,bus, coach was derived at from t nurston said He asked if missing two bus rides?" Forest (Thursto'n) were going Fontana responded, "It was hack on the bus and I said based on one bus ride. He was Yes. That was more super- given a direction and did not vision than I've had on the follow it." busalot of the time. ." McQuesten gave a sum- When the meeting was open mary statement for Trom- the public Dr. Mark Harris bley: "I've only been in the --"The directive was not a unity for seven years written policy. It was not I plan to make it my given to everyone. What and have real concern prompted the policy was the or the community, concern that there was "Many have the feeling that adequate supervision and that the hiring of Mr. Trombley was very much Dean Was a very political process. Trombley's concern. There Even more bothersome is the were two adults on board feeling by so many peoptethat beside the driver. the suspension was a political --"The decisions you have Process, because 'pressure to make are--what sanctions Was brought to bear'. I know are appropriate under these for a fact that the peoplewho conditions. He was not in Called Ottina were asking for willful violation of anything. the dismissal of Trombley. --"Our contention is there is t "I would like to see a lack of • no basis for suspension. i| his kind of political pressure --"This is not a decision of  m hiring and firing. Future whether he should he rehired. i! cOaches, whoever they are, It is what sanction present actions call for." ald I feel pressure that parents _ u People in the community --"This is a very very can bring.', . serious matter for Dean "Jerry Humph saia, Trombley, that's going to have | "lowlsthetlmefireteboard a very damaging and  rea!ly stand up and be irreparable effect on his ,t is not a questionof future 1t7  her Dean Trombley he the present time, season is almost over--but issues are to be the future." said, "It bothers me member of the corn- --"Our position is that Dean Trombley carried out the purpose behind the policy. We apologize for any misun- derstanding of policy," --"This board is going to be adopting a policy by the n say to two or three decision it makes. It's a the game Friday dangerous precedent to set." to get Dean Mter this period of discussion I think it is the board again went into whatcan executive session. At 10:45, the returning to opon session, they this." "moved to meet on Wednesday Concern is that this Feb. 25 at 7:00 p.m. at Oxbow of transportation High School to hear any other ; an excuse to get at public opinion on the matter. said Harris. McQuesten commented for the fact that Trombley, "Their inaction is that got action as far as Dean is it could happen concerned. This effectively denies him three more said, "The games." is to the "We have a breach of school. We'recontract claim--there are politicians." numerous things that can be thanked the explored." going into open Club came home from the 17th Annual Food Show in Plymouth, Feb. 14th with a proud array of blue ribbons. They were won by Dawn Stygles, Laura Fowler, Julie Simpson, Tracy Monahan, Susan Westcott, Jennifer Winn, Tanya Stygles, Sarah Wells River Clinic held at Blue Mountain Union School The Vermont Department of Health and Cancer Society sponsored a clinic at Blue Mountain Union School for women checking blood pressure and taking pap tests. Blue Mountain Union School Superintendent Keith Ober of the Blue Mountain Union School discussed the Annual School Report with Gerry Brooks of WYKR last week. Included in the report are a variety of things this year including: a section defining terminology ; listing of departments and number of personnel: a listing of ac- complishments of. staff members "outside of school;" financial statement; ex- planation of maintenance; statement regarding energy programs. Several minutes were devoted to the suit and money allocated in regard to the roof, which has to be replaced? Also discussed was- the decision to pay food personnel and secretary as regular personnel rather than paying unemployment during the summer. In basketball playoffs Lisbon boys defeated BMUS Bucks 59-50. News Briefs Birthday Cake was served at the Senior Citizen Luncheon last Wednesday. Wendy Mead of Hampton, N.Y., and Amy Kennet of Fair * Bradford (continued from page I ) license under an agreement with the village. "He has done good things," Spaulding said of his work. Asked about replacements for the two men, Spaulding said "At this point we will just start looking at our records for people who have applied in the past for the job. We would like to hire someone from the village if possible." N Mrs. Keuneth Perry 439-5939 Tomlinson Feb. 5 with II nmmhers attending Green Stamp Books were brought in for thermos jugs to be used by firemen. More st al ps a re needed. It was reported Skis and Skales left from the sale are at the home of Mrs. Roland Pixotto. Anyone interested call Mrs. Pixotto. The auxiliary plans to have a (able at the Albuso Flea Market Mar. 21 in Barre. Mrs. Frank Solham has donated the table to benefit the W.T.T.V.FD. -- hours of flea market are I0 a.m.-4 p.m. Donation of lhings to be sold a( the flea market can be left a! the Wesl Topsham Post Office or Berdie Perry's. The commiltee is Mary Bagley, chairman; assisled by Berdie Perry, Thehna Clark and Dorothy Wardsworth. Nexl meeting will be held at lhe home of Mrs. Berdie Perry. Everyone is welcome Woodsville Preparations for Fourth of July underway Preparations are underway for a unique Fourth of July celebration this year. Originating with the local fire departments the day long events will utilize the various service organizations in the area. A meeting was held Feb. 17 al the Ross-Wood Post 20 for organizational purposes. There will be a huge parade with floats, antique cars, horses, several bands and other representatives of dubs. Craft tables will line the streets and there may be small rides. Newman Lumber Company has offered its land as a site of some of the ac- tivities. A Street Dance will be held in the evening. Woodsville Covered Bridge Closed The Woodsville Coyered Bridge is closed due to damage by flooding last week. The bridge will be inspected and needed. Beth Nelson 757-3429 and a decision made as to what has to be done to fix this landmark. It will probably he closed about a month. Golden Circle Senior Citizens Members of the Golden Circle Senior Citizens met February 18 for an afternoon of cards at the library. Woodsville High School Woodsville girls lost in the playoffs to Newmarket 46-32. News Briefs Millie and Cindy Chicoine were hostesses at a Christian Book Party on Feb. 15 with guests attending from Benton, Wells River and town. Refreshments were served. Donna Paye of So. Ryegate visited her grandmother, Mary Fortier recently. Recent callers of Linda Wozny were Amy Kennet of Fair Haven, Wendy Mead of Hampton, N.Y. and Ruth and Danny, Nelson of Wells River. Gertrude llodge painting by Friederich Gross, a noted local alst who winters in Manhattan, Harold (Red) Williams fell Topsham 439-5422 on the ice and broke his arm. Jonothan Fox, Manchester, Announcement was made in lie is employed at Dixie N.H. visited his grandmother the morning worship service Bobbin in Barre. Mrs. Mildred Fox over the on Sunday that friends who Rulhie Courouth is spending weekend, would like to, make con- a I'ew days a! the home of Mr. Marc Welch was home over tributions for a scrap book for and Mrs. KennelhPerry. the weekend from his studies Harold Waterhouse's in Rutland. He celebrated his retirement should send "them Eleanor Burroughs birthday on Saturday. to Eris Eastman in Bradford. 439-5547 George Hodge and He will be remembered by daughter Jess(ca of Mont- Georgiana Spooner attended many as a former resident in pelter, also Herbert and Mabel the Hedge-Flowers wedding in Topsham. Luce of Worcester. Fairlee on Saturday evening. Also the "One Great Hour of Pastor and Mrs. Stephen Fred Smith entertained Sharing" offering will be Palmer and family were in friends from Cape Cod over taken next Sunday in the Troy • last Monday and the weekend with a trip to his worship service. Tuesday where they were summer camp in the The children of Union 36 guests of George and Maxine "Territory." enjoyed a week s vacation Douglas at Great Pine Farm. Sidney Smith and the town from their studies. Dina Dts returned to the road crew has been busy this The 4-H sponsored a Box Dihg Dong House this week repairing the damage to Social onSaturday Noonat the weekend with her daughter the back roads done by the church vestry. Deborah. Dina had just come heavy rain early in the week. back from an extended stay in Hollywood, Calif., where she Bradford Virginia Bedell helped produce a new 439-5720 television film about the life of Ralph, Hope and Michelle now getting their people actress Patricia O'Neal. Clough have returned home together to do the soliciting. Dina and Deborah spent the from a trip to Bermuda. They Mr. and Mrs. Ervine weekend skiing in the Green flew down on a Wednesday Laundry and family of Hoilis, Mountains and sitting on the and hack on Tuesday. N.H., visited his mother, Mrs. banks of West Corinth's new Mrs. Raymond Green en- Clifford French from Friday lake, Free Will Pond. Dina tertained the Women's to Monday. said she is looking forward to Fellowship meeting at her Mrs. Michael Maxwell, swimming in the town's home Wednesday, Feb. 18. Kimberly and Shannon of newest attraction this sum- Clifford French was in Cabot, spent part of this week met. Dina also tookpicturesof Lebanon Tuesday, Feb. 17, to al the home of Mr. and Mrs. various West Corinth houses attend his Aunt VivianShores' Herbert R. Martin. Michael which are being featured in a funeral. His daughter Sally came for them on the weekend Osgood accompanied him. to find the read unpassable Jamie King of Marshfield is due to the rains. spending part of her school vacation with her grand- mother Katherine Davidson and Aunt Julie Peterson and family. People are reminded February is tteart Month. Co- French and Kathy Coulter. In the Plaeemat Contest Traey Monahanwon3rdplaee. captains are Joyce Pierson Charles Brown has returned and Storme O'Dell. They are from a trip to Washington, D. C. where he helped his father celebrate his 75th birthday and also traded his car for a salt-free one. Beth Nelson 757.3429 Haven, Vt., Sharon Randall of Bradford, Donna Chase of Woodsville spent the evening with Ruth Nelson Feb. 20. Wendy and Amy were guests of the Nelsous from Feb. 19-22. The POWRV met at the Newbury Congregational Church with representatives of the Public Service Board on Feb. 17. Several from the area at- tended the Doc Williams Show in Bradford on Monday evening. Blue Mountain Union School School was cancelled at Blue Mountain on Feb. II due to icy roads. Junior High Basketball was cancelled in the evening. The Student Council sponsored a dance on Friday the thirteenth. Voting for King and Queen took place on Feb. 11. The FHA met last Thursday afternoon. News briefs The Senior Citizen Luncheon was cancelled on Feb. II due to bad travelling conditions. Firefighters drained .water from Gerine Piper's driveway mosl of the evening Feb. 11. Several attended the Valentine Dance at Monroe on Feb. 14. ('hess Tournament at Friday Evening Ilappening A Chess Tournament was Visitors at the home of Bristol and Vivian Brown over the weekend were Mrs. Debbie Tillotson and son of East Corinth; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brown and family of Grand Isle and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kingsbury and children of town. Wentworth ,,, , Marcella Hoffman 764-5795 Mrs. Kenneth Bates is now Adam Cummings, two-year- at Mary Hitchcock Memorial old son of Mr. and Mrs. Hospital in Hanover un-George Cummings, is backat dergoingtests, home after a brief stay in Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cottage Hospital, Woodsville. Campbell entertained their The Snowmobile Club will daughter Nancy, now Mrs. have a Potluck Supper at Pine Steven Wirtes of Norfolk, Haven at 6:00 p.m. Saturday, Mass., and their son and Feb. 21. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. The next Historical Society Bruce Campbell at Alton, Meeting will be held on N.H., over the weekend. Wednesday, Feb. 25. Miss Barbara Brown is in Because of the inclement Stratham, N.H., caring for her weather at mid-week several aunt, Barbara Brown, who is groups called off their seriously ill. meetings: Pythian Sisters, Moosilauke Health Center Board, Historical Society, Showing of Baker River Slides. There was no flooding, to mention nor wind damage. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Snell had the honor and privilege recently of attending a Nobel Prize awards ceremony in Stockholm. Mr. Snell's father, George D. Snell, $c.D. received the citation for science's highest honor. He was sharing the 1980 Nobel Prize i Medicine award and $210,000 with Dr. Barry Bennacerrof of Harvard Medical School and Dr. Jean Doussett of the College de France. Snell's prize was for genetic in histocompatibility -- aiding doctors to determine whether tissues from two living bodies are compatible, permitting transplantation with danger of rejection reduced. Marcella Hoffmann was appointed Cancer Drive chairman by Roy Burton, State chairman. Pat Adams of Greenfield , Mass., was the weekend guest of William Mertch. Francis Muzzey is now No. 80 in the N.H. State Chess Federation. The Reverend Thomas Williams and Mrs. Williams chaperoned a group at Sunday School youngsters from their church, the Lake Pines Baptist Church of Waterford, Cont., at a retreat this weekend at Higher Ground Camp on Ellsworth Hill. Reverend Williams is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams. The Annual School Meeting will take place at the school on Saturday evening, March 7 at 7:00. The Historical Society will meet tonight, Wednesday, at the library. The eighth graders will have held at the Friday Evening a Food Sale during Town ltappening at the Baldwin Meeting. The seventh graders Memorial Library on Feb. 13. will hold a sale during School Board Meetin.g. Anyone wishing to donate food is UPON REFI,ECTION asked to call Ruth DeCotis or The righl way to kill time is to Janice Comeau. work it to death. Smith Auto Sales Route 120 Lebanon, N.H. euick/0lds "rJ"  " J' t rc,,00 60&448-3500 JleT ,dl. lile L*. lo eiRrข or call Joe Loschiavo Bradford,Vt. 802439-5466 BABY ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rowley of Bath are parents of a baby boy. Aaron Davis, born Jan. 31 at Mary ltilchcock Memorial I iospilal. TASKER'S WELL We Need Your Business! )ur Business Is Goin8 In The Hole. Northwood, N.H. 942-5581 Ryegate Nancy Perkins 584-3611 The Ryegate Corner Presbyterian Women held their monthly meeting Tuesday evening, Feb 17. at the home of Mrs. James Kinerson with 10 present. Mrs. Reginald White led th program which included a tape presentation and discussion of the ongm and structure of the Presbyterian Church, also the early history of the Presbyterian Church in Ryegate. Mrs. Carroll Eastman led the business meeting. It was voted to hold a food sale on Town Meeting Day from 12:30 p.m. throughout the afternoon. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Daniel Leonard, Mrs. Gene Perkins. and Mrs. James Kinerson. Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Curtis. Andrea. and James were overnight guests Monday, Feb. 16. of her mother and sister Mrs. Eileen LeBlanc and Miss Diane LeBlanc in South 'Troy. While there they had as visitors Mrs. Peter Johnson and two children from Derby Line and Mrs. Nelson's grandmother Mrs. Hazel Perry of South Troy, who was a supper guest. En route home they called on Mrs. Alice Crawford and daughter Rachel in West Burke. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tennant of North Stonington, Conn., were guests Tuesday through Friday, Feb. 17-20, of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Collins, Christopher and Kelly. Fremont Nelson was in Morrisville Wednesday, Feb. it. to attend an Agway Regional Meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson entertained at a dinner party Valentine's Day Mr. and Mrs. Alan Gilfillan, Jimmy Morin and Ellen Perron, all of Barton, and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Tinker of Orleans. Spending Sunday, Feb. 15, with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and deughter Marcy were 'Mr. and Mrs. Francis Haggarty of Panton and Mrs. Daniel Kelley of Milton. Daniel Leonard left Sunday, Feb. 15, to spend a few days with his aunt, uncle, and cousin, Mr. and Mrs. John Clark and Chad in East Barre. Mrs. Fremont Nelson and Ethan had as luncheon guests Thursday, Feb. 12, Mrs, William Nelson, Hannah, Andrew, and Betsey, and Mrs. Bruce Beauvais, Amanda and Meredith. Rick Darling was an overnight guest Monday, Feb. 16, of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ritchie had as callers Thursday af- ternoon, Feb. 12, her nephew and wife Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Smith of Barre. Mrs. William Nelson at- tended a Farm Bureau i " ; ::2 . REIGNING--King and Queen of the Carnival Baliat Oxbow tligh School Feb. 13 were Bruce Jaeobs of Newbury and Babette Gendron of Bradford, both Juniors. Trustees Meeting with the / Dairy Committee Thursday ........... . evening, Feb. 19, at the home rllrl r'll[ of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne "lllllM1 Patenaude in East St John- , - i 00tjntjeJIJ soury... . I,ALUr , Mr and Mrs tiarold Nelson left Friday, Feb. 13, for a week • in Palmetto, Fla., witli his __ father,James Nelson. En route they were overnight guests of Ol' 'lille MON'ill his sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Richard Forres( in Reading, Mass. l" Miss Jennifer McLure and  "" Miss Susan Burns of South -  QUANTIFIES Royalton were callers \\; uMrrlEO Saturday, Feb. 14, of Mr. and l, Mrs. Warren McLure  and nCOV  family. " _ _ _  Mrs. Terry Steele and 19 daughter tleidi of Damneck, i.l_'." r r (  b 16 wmle \\; a., a riv 'd ,%nday, Fe , ', "=1[ ^ ,. to spend se'eral weeks with :mppues Mr. and Mrs. David Currier and daughter Tamara of Pease Air Force Base were overnight guests Saturday, Feb. 14, of his grandparents Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Whitehill. Mrs. Gene Perkins, Joe and Gordon were luncheon guests Wednesday, Feb. 18, of her brother and family Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and Marcy. Miss Lyn Hussey of Fit- chburg, Mass., and friend Charles Dillon of Boston, Mass., were supper guests (please turn to page 10) her parents Mr. and Mrs. LaSt James Kinerson and Jack. Mast ]MH00.DLqNIC ฎ CURVED CLAW HAMMER With a durable, flame- treated hickory handle triple-wedged into 16-oz. headl Properly balanced for effortless uso.B16MM Gove & Morrill (802)222-5527 Main st. Bradford, Vt. 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We invite you and your parents to contribute your ideas. This week we print a recipe for homemade Play- Dough. Part of the fun of playing can be helping mother to make this clay. It has a smooth pliable texture and keeps for a long time in a closed container. Leslie Rower and her four-year old son, Jacob, of Newbury Village, share the following directions with us. Mix together 2 cups of flour; 1 cup of salt; a con- tainer of food coloring (any color you like) blended into 2 cups of water; 2 teaspoons cooking oil; and 4 tablespoons cream of tartar. Stir the above ingredients together in a saucepan. Cook over a medium heat. Stir constantly, until the ingredients stick together in the center of the pan, forming a soft ball of clay. Cool. Store in a covered tin. < It need not be refrigerated. ) Enjoy. W. Topsham Mr. and Mrs. Jay B. Hut- chinson announce the birth of a new baby girl. Her name is Emily. Both baby and mother are doing fine. The Waits River did "its" usual thing -- when the ice goes out "with a loud roar". It is something to see -- where the East Orange Brook meets the Waits liver. Then hang and then the ice goes down. One can't stress enough the importance of telling children to stay away from the river hanks and bridges. One would have to see the size of ice chunks. Much credit goes to Mr. and Mrs. George Gibby for printing the Annual Topsham Town Reports. They also print several town reports W. Newbury Bertha Carlton around thisarea. 429-3868 Mrs. Ken Perry and Mrs. Mrs. Michael Ginsburg who two children from Bradford. William Tillotson visited their On the award of merit for The Cook Committee Aunt Mrs. Gladys Kimball dine products at the recent members are really enjoying Feb. 18. Mrs. Richard Avery rmont Farm Show. Shewon their meetings while working was also a luncheon guest. this award on a casserole onthecook book. Both are from Plymouth, N.H. Squash Delight." Ongratulations. • Mrs. Solan Stevens and Miss inda Sohigeam were in Gleneliff, N H one day to call on Mrs. Hazel Greenwood. , . i . Mis Lindsey Putnam lett last Sunday on a skiing tour and is one of four to represent ' !he U.S Ski Team and will go Sweden Norway and :. rinland Her many friends k from here wish her the best of % luck for she works so hard  ,i her skiing. . o __ iss Betsey Martin irom :jlqIpllla has been spending a ff ' days with the Donald ! ?i:m family • :i f 'S"Aroline Sargent a rer resident here is now in k e.noit Rest Home 'in Barre e nd that is on Camp Street . l Xtension. x/ News items are welcomed jr by the correspondents. • • On Saturday Feb. 7, Roy r SWmeter and 'Mrs. Shirley mth.of Barton were united in xarrlage by Rev. John 'ra? h. These people were old thyn li of the Marshes where ,,^_ Ived in Barton several .rs ago. ma tth Jennifer Holmes is | herrok good recovery from The fire siren blows at 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. Lloyde Chase every third Wednesday attended a birthday party held evening of each month. This is at the Steakhouse, in honor of to call the firemen to the Mrs. Bertha (Chase) firehouse for their meeting. Pickering recently. The Women's Fellowship Women Auxiliary of the Tri- held their regular meeting at Village Fire Department met the home of Mrs. Robert at the home of Mrs. Gary Atwood with 25 women present. A few men were there CO r i nt h to hear Gavin Reid of Newbury talk about "Wills." Wayland Jordan, long time Delicious refreshments were resident and active par- served with Mrs. Swenson and ticipant in town affairs, will be Mrs. Appleton pouring. Mrs. observing his 90th birthday on Andrew Jarrell, the new March 4. Let's remember with president, conducted a very a birthday card greeting. His interesting meeting. The new address is Chelsea Home for committees were announced theAged, Chelsea, Vt. 05038. and from the reports it looks Mrs. Ruth Magoon, long like a very busy year with the time resident of this town and large number of willing who for several years had workers. The Thursday been a patient in the Rowan sewing group are ac- Court Nursing Home in Barre, complishing a great deal passed away early Wednesday toward the summer sale. morning, Feb. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Bradford "Mr. and Mrs. David Flan- Johnston of Bradford had a ders of White River Jet. were lovely dinner party on overnight guests of her aunt, Thursday evening for his Merle Perrin, Saturday, Feb. mother, Mrs. Donald John- 14. ston, to celebrate her bir- Mrs. Cherry-Ann Bland and thday. The Laurence Holmes children Jason and Melissa of family were present and Sherborn, Mass., were guests Stephen and Donna Knitter of Jack and Sue Learmonth from Brandon who are visiting from Sunday until Wed- at the Larry Holmes. nesday. Mrs. Eric Vermill from Mark Pierce of Stowe was Arlington, Mass., was a guest an overnight guest at the of the Johnstons" Wednesday home of Marian Gokey night. Tuesday, Feb. 17. Of George Duane Brend,3 Kaiser and Fatrlee are . i dec from I parents of a baby daughter, Pierrnont The Larry Holmes Emily Lynn, born Feb. 9 at . • family from here and Mr. and Mary Hitchcoek Memorial Piermont Cloverbloom 4-H MrS. Bradford Johnston and Hospital. * Suspended coach (continued from page I ) meeting ancl followed, "I'd McQuesten then questioned like to ask the administration Pat Thurston, bus driver, to of how an action the verify Trombley's concern for magnitude of dismissal of a su,t,rvisionofthe,,bus, coach was derived at from t nurston said He asked if missing two bus rides?" Forest (Thursto'n) were going Fontana responded, "It was hack on the bus and I said based on one bus ride. He was Yes. That was more super- given a direction and did not vision than I've had on the follow it." busalot of the time. ." McQuesten gave a sum- When the meeting was open mary statement for Trom- the public Dr. Mark Harris bley: "I've only been in the --"The directive was not a unity for seven years written policy. It was not I plan to make it my given to everyone. What and have real concern prompted the policy was the or the community, concern that there was "Many have the feeling that adequate supervision and that the hiring of Mr. Trombley was very much Dean Was a very political process. Trombley's concern. There Even more bothersome is the were two adults on board feeling by so many peoptethat beside the driver. the suspension was a political --"The decisions you have Process, because 'pressure to make are--what sanctions Was brought to bear'. I know are appropriate under these for a fact that the peoplewho conditions. He was not in Called Ottina were asking for willful violation of anything. the dismissal of Trombley. --"Our contention is there is t "I would like to see a lack of • no basis for suspension. i| his kind of political pressure --"This is not a decision of  m hiring and firing. Future whether he should he rehired. i! cOaches, whoever they are, It is what sanction present actions call for." ald I feel pressure that parents _ u People in the community --"This is a very very can bring.', . serious matter for Dean "Jerry Humph saia, Trombley, that's going to have | "lowlsthetlmefireteboard a very damaging and  rea!ly stand up and be irreparable effect on his ,t is not a questionof future 1t7  her Dean Trombley he the present time, season is almost over--but issues are to be the future." said, "It bothers me member of the corn- --"Our position is that Dean Trombley carried out the purpose behind the policy. We apologize for any misun- derstanding of policy," --"This board is going to be adopting a policy by the n say to two or three decision it makes. It's a the game Friday dangerous precedent to set." to get Dean Mter this period of discussion I think it is the board again went into whatcan executive session. At 10:45, the returning to opon session, they this." "moved to meet on Wednesday Concern is that this Feb. 25 at 7:00 p.m. at Oxbow of transportation High School to hear any other ; an excuse to get at public opinion on the matter. said Harris. McQuesten commented for the fact that Trombley, "Their inaction is that got action as far as Dean is it could happen concerned. This effectively denies him three more said, "The games." is to the "We have a breach of school. We'recontract claim--there are politicians." numerous things that can be thanked the explored." going into open Club came home from the 17th Annual Food Show in Plymouth, Feb. 14th with a proud array of blue ribbons. They were won by Dawn Stygles, Laura Fowler, Julie Simpson, Tracy Monahan, Susan Westcott, Jennifer Winn, Tanya Stygles, Sarah Wells River Clinic held at Blue Mountain Union School The Vermont Department of Health and Cancer Society sponsored a clinic at Blue Mountain Union School for women checking blood pressure and taking pap tests. Blue Mountain Union School Superintendent Keith Ober of the Blue Mountain Union School discussed the Annual School Report with Gerry Brooks of WYKR last week. Included in the report are a variety of things this year including: a section defining terminology ; listing of departments and number of personnel: a listing of ac- complishments of. staff members "outside of school;" financial statement; ex- planation of maintenance; statement regarding energy programs. Several minutes were devoted to the suit and money allocated in regard to the roof, which has to be replaced? Also discussed was- the decision to pay food personnel and secretary as regular personnel rather than paying unemployment during the summer. In basketball playoffs Lisbon boys defeated BMUS Bucks 59-50. News Briefs Birthday Cake was served at the Senior Citizen Luncheon last Wednesday. Wendy Mead of Hampton, N.Y., and Amy Kennet of Fair * Bradford (continued from page I ) license under an agreement with the village. "He has done good things," Spaulding said of his work. Asked about replacements for the two men, Spaulding said "At this point we will just start looking at our records for people who have applied in the past for the job. We would like to hire someone from the village if possible." N Mrs. Keuneth Perry 439-5939 Tomlinson Feb. 5 with II nmmhers attending Green Stamp Books were brought in for thermos jugs to be used by firemen. More st al ps a re needed. It was reported Skis and Skales left from the sale are at the home of Mrs. Roland Pixotto. Anyone interested call Mrs. Pixotto. The auxiliary plans to have a (able at the Albuso Flea Market Mar. 21 in Barre. Mrs. Frank Solham has donated the table to benefit the W.T.T.V.FD. -- hours of flea market are I0 a.m.-4 p.m. Donation of lhings to be sold a( the flea market can be left a! the Wesl Topsham Post Office or Berdie Perry's. The commiltee is Mary Bagley, chairman; assisled by Berdie Perry, Thehna Clark and Dorothy Wardsworth. Nexl meeting will be held at lhe home of Mrs. Berdie Perry. Everyone is welcome Woodsville Preparations for Fourth of July underway Preparations are underway for a unique Fourth of July celebration this year. Originating with the local fire departments the day long events will utilize the various service organizations in the area. A meeting was held Feb. 17 al the Ross-Wood Post 20 for organizational purposes. There will be a huge parade with floats, antique cars, horses, several bands and other representatives of dubs. Craft tables will line the streets and there may be small rides. Newman Lumber Company has offered its land as a site of some of the ac- tivities. A Street Dance will be held in the evening. Woodsville Covered Bridge Closed The Woodsville Coyered Bridge is closed due to damage by flooding last week. The bridge will be inspected and needed. Beth Nelson 757-3429 and a decision made as to what has to be done to fix this landmark. It will probably he closed about a month. Golden Circle Senior Citizens Members of the Golden Circle Senior Citizens met February 18 for an afternoon of cards at the library. Woodsville High School Woodsville girls lost in the playoffs to Newmarket 46-32. News Briefs Millie and Cindy Chicoine were hostesses at a Christian Book Party on Feb. 15 with guests attending from Benton, Wells River and town. Refreshments were served. Donna Paye of So. Ryegate visited her grandmother, Mary Fortier recently. Recent callers of Linda Wozny were Amy Kennet of Fair Haven, Wendy Mead of Hampton, N.Y. and Ruth and Danny, Nelson of Wells River. Gertrude llodge painting by Friederich Gross, a noted local alst who winters in Manhattan, Harold (Red) Williams fell Topsham 439-5422 on the ice and broke his arm. Jonothan Fox, Manchester, Announcement was made in lie is employed at Dixie N.H. visited his grandmother the morning worship service Bobbin in Barre. Mrs. Mildred Fox over the on Sunday that friends who Rulhie Courouth is spending weekend, would like to, make con- a I'ew days a! the home of Mr. Marc Welch was home over tributions for a scrap book for and Mrs. KennelhPerry. the weekend from his studies Harold Waterhouse's in Rutland. He celebrated his retirement should send "them Eleanor Burroughs birthday on Saturday. to Eris Eastman in Bradford. 439-5547 George Hodge and He will be remembered by daughter Jess(ca of Mont- Georgiana Spooner attended many as a former resident in pelter, also Herbert and Mabel the Hedge-Flowers wedding in Topsham. Luce of Worcester. Fairlee on Saturday evening. Also the "One Great Hour of Pastor and Mrs. Stephen Fred Smith entertained Sharing" offering will be Palmer and family were in friends from Cape Cod over taken next Sunday in the Troy • last Monday and the weekend with a trip to his worship service. Tuesday where they were summer camp in the The children of Union 36 guests of George and Maxine "Territory." enjoyed a week s vacation Douglas at Great Pine Farm. Sidney Smith and the town from their studies. Dina Dts returned to the road crew has been busy this The 4-H sponsored a Box Dihg Dong House this week repairing the damage to Social onSaturday Noonat the weekend with her daughter the back roads done by the church vestry. Deborah. Dina had just come heavy rain early in the week. back from an extended stay in Hollywood, Calif., where she Bradford Virginia Bedell helped produce a new 439-5720 television film about the life of Ralph, Hope and Michelle now getting their people actress Patricia O'Neal. Clough have returned home together to do the soliciting. Dina and Deborah spent the from a trip to Bermuda. They Mr. and Mrs. Ervine weekend skiing in the Green flew down on a Wednesday Laundry and family of Hoilis, Mountains and sitting on the and hack on Tuesday. N.H., visited his mother, Mrs. banks of West Corinth's new Mrs. Raymond Green en- Clifford French from Friday lake, Free Will Pond. Dina tertained the Women's to Monday. said she is looking forward to Fellowship meeting at her Mrs. Michael Maxwell, swimming in the town's home Wednesday, Feb. 18. Kimberly and Shannon of newest attraction this sum- Clifford French was in Cabot, spent part of this week met. Dina also tookpicturesof Lebanon Tuesday, Feb. 17, to al the home of Mr. and Mrs. various West Corinth houses attend his Aunt VivianShores' Herbert R. Martin. Michael which are being featured in a funeral. His daughter Sally came for them on the weekend Osgood accompanied him. to find the read unpassable Jamie King of Marshfield is due to the rains. spending part of her school vacation with her grand- mother Katherine Davidson and Aunt Julie Peterson and family. People are reminded February is tteart Month. Co- French and Kathy Coulter. In the Plaeemat Contest Traey Monahanwon3rdplaee. captains are Joyce Pierson Charles Brown has returned and Storme O'Dell. They are from a trip to Washington, D. C. where he helped his father celebrate his 75th birthday and also traded his car for a salt-free one. Beth Nelson 757.3429 Haven, Vt., Sharon Randall of Bradford, Donna Chase of Woodsville spent the evening with Ruth Nelson Feb. 20. Wendy and Amy were guests of the Nelsous from Feb. 19-22. The POWRV met at the Newbury Congregational Church with representatives of the Public Service Board on Feb. 17. Several from the area at- tended the Doc Williams Show in Bradford on Monday evening. Blue Mountain Union School School was cancelled at Blue Mountain on Feb. II due to icy roads. Junior High Basketball was cancelled in the evening. The Student Council sponsored a dance on Friday the thirteenth. Voting for King and Queen took place on Feb. 11. The FHA met last Thursday afternoon. News briefs The Senior Citizen Luncheon was cancelled on Feb. II due to bad travelling conditions. Firefighters drained .water from Gerine Piper's driveway mosl of the evening Feb. 11. Several attended the Valentine Dance at Monroe on Feb. 14. ('hess Tournament at Friday Evening Ilappening A Chess Tournament was Visitors at the home of Bristol and Vivian Brown over the weekend were Mrs. Debbie Tillotson and son of East Corinth; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brown and family of Grand Isle and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kingsbury and children of town. Wentworth ,,, , Marcella Hoffman 764-5795 Mrs. Kenneth Bates is now Adam Cummings, two-year- at Mary Hitchcock Memorial old son of Mr. and Mrs. Hospital in Hanover un-George Cummings, is backat dergoingtests, home after a brief stay in Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cottage Hospital, Woodsville. Campbell entertained their The Snowmobile Club will daughter Nancy, now Mrs. have a Potluck Supper at Pine Steven Wirtes of Norfolk, Haven at 6:00 p.m. Saturday, Mass., and their son and Feb. 21. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. The next Historical Society Bruce Campbell at Alton, Meeting will be held on N.H., over the weekend. Wednesday, Feb. 25. Miss Barbara Brown is in Because of the inclement Stratham, N.H., caring for her weather at mid-week several aunt, Barbara Brown, who is groups called off their seriously ill. meetings: Pythian Sisters, Moosilauke Health Center Board, Historical Society, Showing of Baker River Slides. There was no flooding, to mention nor wind damage. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Snell had the honor and privilege recently of attending a Nobel Prize awards ceremony in Stockholm. Mr. Snell's father, George D. Snell, $c.D. received the citation for science's highest honor. He was sharing the 1980 Nobel Prize i Medicine award and $210,000 with Dr. Barry Bennacerrof of Harvard Medical School and Dr. Jean Doussett of the College de France. Snell's prize was for genetic in histocompatibility -- aiding doctors to determine whether tissues from two living bodies are compatible, permitting transplantation with danger of rejection reduced. Marcella Hoffmann was appointed Cancer Drive chairman by Roy Burton, State chairman. Pat Adams of Greenfield , Mass., was the weekend guest of William Mertch. Francis Muzzey is now No. 80 in the N.H. State Chess Federation. The Reverend Thomas Williams and Mrs. Williams chaperoned a group at Sunday School youngsters from their church, the Lake Pines Baptist Church of Waterford, Cont., at a retreat this weekend at Higher Ground Camp on Ellsworth Hill. Reverend Williams is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams. The Annual School Meeting will take place at the school on Saturday evening, March 7 at 7:00. The Historical Society will meet tonight, Wednesday, at the library. The eighth graders will have held at the Friday Evening a Food Sale during Town ltappening at the Baldwin Meeting. The seventh graders Memorial Library on Feb. 13. will hold a sale during School Board Meetin.g. Anyone wishing to donate food is UPON REFI,ECTION asked to call Ruth DeCotis or The righl way to kill time is to Janice Comeau. work it to death. Smith Auto Sales Route 120 Lebanon, N.H. euick/0lds "rJ"  " J' t rc,,00 60&448-3500 JleT ,dl. lile L*. lo eiRrข or call Joe Loschiavo Bradford,Vt. 802439-5466 BABY ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rowley of Bath are parents of a baby boy. Aaron Davis, born Jan. 31 at Mary ltilchcock Memorial I iospilal. TASKER'S WELL We Need Your Business! )ur Business Is Goin8 In The Hole. Northwood, N.H. 942-5581 Ryegate Nancy Perkins 584-3611 The Ryegate Corner Presbyterian Women held their monthly meeting Tuesday evening, Feb 17. at the home of Mrs. James Kinerson with 10 present. Mrs. Reginald White led th program which included a tape presentation and discussion of the ongm and structure of the Presbyterian Church, also the early history of the Presbyterian Church in Ryegate. Mrs. Carroll Eastman led the business meeting. It was voted to hold a food sale on Town Meeting Day from 12:30 p.m. throughout the afternoon. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Daniel Leonard, Mrs. Gene Perkins. and Mrs. James Kinerson. Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Curtis. Andrea. and James were overnight guests Monday, Feb. 16. of her mother and sister Mrs. Eileen LeBlanc and Miss Diane LeBlanc in South 'Troy. While there they had as visitors Mrs. Peter Johnson and two children from Derby Line and Mrs. Nelson's grandmother Mrs. Hazel Perry of South Troy, who was a supper guest. En route home they called on Mrs. Alice Crawford and daughter Rachel in West Burke. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tennant of North Stonington, Conn., were guests Tuesday through Friday, Feb. 17-20, of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Collins, Christopher and Kelly. Fremont Nelson was in Morrisville Wednesday, Feb. it. to attend an Agway Regional Meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson entertained at a dinner party Valentine's Day Mr. and Mrs. Alan Gilfillan, Jimmy Morin and Ellen Perron, all of Barton, and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Tinker of Orleans. Spending Sunday, Feb. 15, with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and deughter Marcy were 'Mr. and Mrs. Francis Haggarty of Panton and Mrs. Daniel Kelley of Milton. Daniel Leonard left Sunday, Feb. 15, to spend a few days with his aunt, uncle, and cousin, Mr. and Mrs. John Clark and Chad in East Barre. Mrs. Fremont Nelson and Ethan had as luncheon guests Thursday, Feb. 12, Mrs, William Nelson, Hannah, Andrew, and Betsey, and Mrs. Bruce Beauvais, Amanda and Meredith. Rick Darling was an overnight guest Monday, Feb. 16, of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ritchie had as callers Thursday af- ternoon, Feb. 12, her nephew and wife Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Smith of Barre. Mrs. William Nelson at- tended a Farm Bureau i " ; ::2 . REIGNING--King and Queen of the Carnival Baliat Oxbow tligh School Feb. 13 were Bruce Jaeobs of Newbury and Babette Gendron of Bradford, both Juniors. Trustees Meeting with the / Dairy Committee Thursday ........... . evening, Feb. 19, at the home rllrl r'll[ of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne "lllllM1 Patenaude in East St John- , - i 00tjntjeJIJ soury... . I,ALUr , Mr and Mrs tiarold Nelson left Friday, Feb. 13, for a week • in Palmetto, Fla., witli his __ father,James Nelson. En route they were overnight guests of Ol' 'lille MON'ill his sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Richard Forres( in Reading, Mass. l" Miss Jennifer McLure and  "" Miss Susan Burns of South -  QUANTIFIES Royalton were callers \\; uMrrlEO Saturday, Feb. 14, of Mr. and l, Mrs. Warren McLure  and nCOV  family. " _ _ _  Mrs. Terry Steele and 19 daughter tleidi of Damneck, i.l_'." r r (  b 16 wmle \\; a., a riv 'd ,%nday, Fe , ', "=1[ ^ ,. to spend se'eral weeks with :mppues Mr. and Mrs. David Currier and daughter Tamara of Pease Air Force Base were overnight guests Saturday, Feb. 14, of his grandparents Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Whitehill. Mrs. Gene Perkins, Joe and Gordon were luncheon guests Wednesday, Feb. 18, of her brother and family Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and Marcy. Miss Lyn Hussey of Fit- chburg, Mass., and friend Charles Dillon of Boston, Mass., were supper guests (please turn to page 10) her parents Mr. and Mrs. LaSt James Kinerson and Jack. 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