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February 25, 198t-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 Hodge is honored Civil Defense work iER--Over 70 and relatives of Hodge of W. Top- gathered at the Mont- Elks Club Feb. 6th to her on her retirement ivil Defense. Mrs. Hedge retired last Dec. from her position as and education officer public information officer Representatives from state local Civil Defense ; federal nergency Management Retion 1, Boston, P.T.A. ; Farm Bureau; of Public Safety, Water Resources, Treasurer; U.S. Army 0BDES Program; co- and former co- present. members of her im- family, husband daughters Cindy Martha Emerson and Ralph; Georgianna and husband James; and Mrs. Paul Hodge, Mr. Mrs. Bill Hodge, and Bill Hodge, were Many friends and co-workers unable to sent letters which included in a memory to her by Mary Naylor. Mrs. Naylor ltters from Lt. Gov. U.S. Sen. and Patrick Leahy former Sen. and Mrs. George former Gov. and Mrs. ae Davis and Mrs. Helena Red Cross executive Orleans County. dinner served by Club taff, Donald served as master at a recognition Commissioner Paul read a letter from Shelling cam- Mrs. Hedge for her to duty during the she served in Civil He also spoke briefly service on behalf of of Public Deputy Director Lowe recalled training in medical programs earlier, value received i. them. Vincent representing the Emergency Agency, Region Mrs. Hodge Well done, stating Pernnel would miss Ition tOdetail. Director of Holmes Gertrude Hodge work and the rewarding relationship over the years• Keith Wallace, former Farm Bureau president, was war- mly received with his reminiscences of their long- time friendship beginning with her work for him in the Farm Bureau, and the many rewards and awards the organization received as a result of her work. Deputy Director Lowe presented Mrs. Hodge with a memowriter calculater, to be used in her avocation, flea markets, along with a purse of money from the group. Operations Officer Earl Osgood presented her with a gift from the Civil Defense HaR BLOCK TAX TEST Question No. 9 Woodsville soldier in Arctic Raider WOODSVILLE--Army Private 1 Wendy A. Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Hall of Woodsville, has participated in this year's "Arctic Raider" exercise at Fort Drum, N.Y. More than 2,000 soldiers from Fort Carson, Colo., participated in the exercise designed to give soldiers cold weather training in a realistic environment. The exercise allowed an entire brigade to maneuver as a unit. The soldiers began leaving Carson on Jan. 23 and are returning in February. many programs she had available to Vermont and people, and ibing the valuable she has made to Civil Defense Division and the state of nt generally. Parmly, Civil ease district deputy nator, District 1, ,,resented her with a cartoon ral%,,,^_¢ tirawn by Doug Smith, which lld,rVestented her many in- 'eParml •-;: y also spoke briefl t "'3n his association with her i y Defense and related Seniors Urged to Visit Lisbon Inn The 42 Ammonoosuc Valley Seniors who met on the Stage of the Lisbon Town Hall were urged to attend the Open House at the Lisbon Inn on Feb. 21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be refreshments and door prizes, and viewing of advantages to living at Lisbon Inn. Expected to be present are members of the Northern Community Management Corporation. One new member was added -- Florence Lord of Brat- tleboro, Vt. Onnolee Daycock staff. A well decorated box of "momenta's" was presented with commentary. Don Cruikshank and Dick Holmes presented a skit written by Ken Davis of FEMA, an old friend and co-worker who was unable to be present. The skit provided "guidance" for future flea market activity, and provided much en- tertainment. Mrs. Hodge responded with many humorous stories about the different situations she got into, and out of, during 18 years of increasingly com- plicated and responsible work for the Civil Defense Division. Arrangements were made hy Don Cruikshank assisted by Mary Jane Naylor and Beverly Monroe, all of the C.D staff. Mrs. Hodge started work with Civil Defense June 17, 1963 as women's Civil Defense coordinator. Subsequently she served in field representative positions, training and education officer, and public information officer. She participated in many schools, seminars, workshops and training sessions both in the state of Vermont, and also at the national level through the Civil Defense Preparedness Agency, now the federal Emergency Management Agency. Programs she planned for educational seminars have since been adopted in other states and their value acknowledged by federal officials. She has been awarded many certificates of merit by FEMA in recognition for her innovative ideas, and commended on many oc- casions by Vermont officials for exemplary work during emergency situations as well as through regular contact with Vermont Cities and Towns, their officials, and their CD organizations. Former Bradford resident dies Obituaries BRADFORI)--Mrs. Adeline Aug. 1, 1899. daughter of the Home, italy, and worked at of New York City, Beverly Babcock Lyon, 81, a native of late (?ourth|lldl and Bertha the Book and Quill bookstore Bangs Sulliofl,anghornc, Pa., Bradford, died Feb. 10 in New Blakely Babcock, attended in New ltaven before opening and Mrs. Darrell Babcock " llaven, Conn. Mount llolyoke College and her own establishment, the Irvin of West Palm Beach, She was born in Bradford the American Academy m hmer Court Book Shop. She Ha. retired in 1975. The tlawley l, incoln D thy Put Boylan dies oro ham, ,00,ake,y Brooks Babcock of New ilavcn, Corm., is in t Ln I,akeood, Fla.; and three charge of arrangements. E. Corinth, dies E. CORlNTll--Dorothy Call1.: a daughter, Parr,era Emily Boutwell Puh|aln Van Bree, 80, died Van Bree llough, Winter Feb. 18 at Cottage Hospital, t'ark, l,'la.: two grand- 9 Woodsville after a short illness. She was born in Monlpelier, daughter of the late Mary Ellen (l)ooley and George Kimball Putnam. She lived in Montpelier until her marriage in 1922 to Ivan Van Brec. They left Vermon! at that time, returning in 1960 to retire on their farm in E. Corinth. Prior to retirement they lived for many years in Old Greenwich, Conn. She is survived by her husband; her stepmother, Rena Putnam, Fremont, daughters, Ch|'isline Asher, Simst)ury, Conn., and lleather lh)ugh, Winler l'ark, Fla. lter son, Peter Putnam Van Bree di(,d in 19,15 during World War 11. A inenH)rial service was Ilehl kit St. Ma|'tin's Chapel, lZairlee, Feb. 21, at William Alkinson, rector of St. Mar- l in's Chapel, officiated In lieu of flowers, con- Iril)ulions in her name may be seal to St. Marlin's Chapel. l,'airlee, VI. 051)45. Arrangements were made I)y William Godfrey of Ely. E. David Bigelow; born in IVoodsville HARTFORD--E. David Hartford, his parents of White Bigeiow, 43, of Main Street died last Friday at his home. He was born Sept. 22, 1937, in Woodsville, N.H., son of Charles and Emily (Davis) Bigelow. He was married to Betty Carpenter March 17, 1957, in Bradford and they had lived in Hartford since then. Mr. Bigelow was a taxi driver and worked at the Lyric Theater, and later at the White River Drive-In. For the past 14 years, he had been a salesman for Leanoard J. Ballou Wise Potato Chip Distributors White River Jundtion. Survivors include his wife of River Junction; a son, Stephen P. of Hartford; three daughters, Shari Bennett of White River Junction; Tammy and Lisa Bigelow, both of Hartford; a brother, M. Sgt. Donald E. Bigelow, stationed in Berlin, Germany, with the U.S. Air Force. Services were held Monday at the White River Methodist Church. N. Haverhill, dies N. IIAVEI(ItlI,L - Emily Boulwell, 96, died Feb. 14 at her honle on the Brushwood Road afler a h)ng illness. Born in Carroll, she had resided in N. llavcrhill mosl of her life. She was a former Inenltu" of the N. llaverhill Grange and the Jeltvah's Wit nesses of Woodsville. The family includes a son. Ethel M. Waterman dies in Thetford N. THETFORD--Ethel M. Ely was in charge of Waterman, 83, died Feb. 13 at arrangements. her home in N. Thetford• Memorial contributions She was born in North mau be made to the North Thetford April 9, 1897, Thetford Federated Church, daughter of Wesley and Ella in care of Nancy Frost, or the (Ware) Waterman: North Thetford Library She attended Thetford Association, in care of schools and prior to retiring Roberta Howard worked at a local general store and was a postal clerk. She was a member of the North Thetford Library Association and the North Thetford Federated Church. Miss Waterman is survived by cousins. Services were held at the North Thetford Federated UPON REFLECTION Church, with the Rev. James The trouble with people who Green and the Rev. Gary Wait talk too fast is that they often offidating. Burial will be in say something they haven't North Thetford in thespring• thoughl of yet. Godfrey Funeral Home of William Eagleson, Jr., resided in Orford ORFORD--William H. University. Commonwealth Lodge and reader and treasurer of St. From 1930 until his Kismet Temple in Brooklyn, Martin's Chapel in Fairlee. He retirement to Orfordin 19fi3 he N.Y. He was also a memberof was also treasurer of the taught languages and science Mount Cube Lodge in Orford. Interchurch Fellowship. at PolyPret. For many years he was a In 1933 he married Mac He was a life member of member of the vestry, lay Huntley who survives. He also leaves two Hlldah Bedard 838-6725 is suffering with her limb; Mildred Clark is cheerful after fracturing her arm; and better health is wished for Christie Parker, Mrs. Cote seemes well, and selected another poem to be read. Lucy Aldrich also provided a poem. Everyone was asked to report those who wish to go on any bus trip. Game Day will be held this week. The Franconia group of- fered a wide variety of tasty cookies and bars. Due to an emergency, William Briggs was unable to present the planned program: A Safari to Central America. The Eagleson Jr. died Sunday at Hanover Terrace Healthcare. He was born Dee. 17, 1907, in New York City, son of William H. and Marie (Blumer) Eagleson. He was graduated from Polytecnic Preparatory Country Day School and Union College. He earned his Bradford, dies master's degree in educational psychology from TeaehersCollege at Columbia BRADFORDCharles W. Emerson, 73, Bradford, died Feb. 20 at the Central Ver- mont Hospital, Berlin, Vt. He was born in Topsham Aug. 10, 1907, the son of Edson and Cora (Kennedy) Emer- son. He attended school in Topsham, where  he resided before moving to Bradford, about 21 years ago. He was a 24 R EMERGENCY awarding of door prizes pleased the following: I. MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE Clough, J. Bousquet, C. ltodge, M. Presby, L. Page, A. lhtwland, L. Rathburn, E. Orange County Mental Health Clough, E Swinyer, H. iBedard, M. Lytle, M. Mar- TOLL FREE ! 400=622.4244 coux, D. Whitcomb, H. Smith, :M. Casuell, J. Robinson, and reddufs dkd G. Curtis. The March Birthday Lun- lf 11 iNC. )] eheon at 12:30 on Mar. 4 will a E TAYLOII-PAIMER AGENCY, be preceded by the free Blood 00[00_r.E0000INSURANCE Pressure Clinic. After the business meeting, a Silent Auction will be held. Those l(  .SE 1 celebrating are Warren RVICE since IM0 : G oodrich, Blake Gray,  t Kathryn Hall, Howard Hatch,  Main Street Melvin Haynes, Ruby Heath, ' Bradford, Yt. i Leo Mayhew, Margaret Ohiman, Ralph Wetherbee, and Winnifred Wetherbee. shi 8L Jolmbury Center, Vt. 05863 hasNEWBUaYmAbeen chargedNewburYin mancon_ nection with a fight in which another man was hospitalized. s a! State Police said Raymond 'a= ChLL ........ r= Downing, 18, was arraigned in .... Orange County Superior Court ¢ Mrs. Walter Shaw --. Feb. 18 after the fight in which ffd tw 9"ta-,..,, =.  Daniel Whittaker, also of '.t,-,a.,.t.-, Newbury, was injured. Court j -,v--,H. papers in the case said Whittaker was treated at Cottage ltospital in Woodsville for bruises, abrasions, a A&W F i ARTESIAN WELL CO. i0  ince 1930 ,us I I;6. Lelmm, NJI. 140=.112 daughters, Janet Eagleson of Topsfield, Mass., Barbara Larsen of Dix Hills, N.Y. ; four grandchildren and one cousin. A memorial service will be held in March, date to be selfempioyedwoedsman, announced, at St. Martin's He is survived by several Chapel in Fairlee. nieces and nephews. Funeral Donations in his memory services were held Feb. 22 at may be made to the chapel. the ttale Funeral Home in Bradford. Entombment will take place in the Sawyer tomb, Bradford, pending spring burial in the family lot in the New Cemetery, E. Corinth. Charles Emerson, Local lawyers honored for fifty years in law BEDFORD--Outstanding Leahy, l)enaulC Moody & service to the law was BurlinginClaremont. recognized by the New Leahy's two sons, Albert Jr. ttampshire Bar Association at and Charles, are also mem- a banquet honoring 50-year bersof the State Bar. members of the legal Keyes was born in N. profession. Haverhill in 1905. He attended The dinner, part of the State Milton Academy, Harvard Bar's Mid-Winter Meeting, University, and was was held Jan. 29 at the graduated from llarvardLaw Sheraton Wayfarer in Bed- School in 1930. ford. Keyes was admitted to the Those honored included: C. Massachusetts bar in 1930 and Murray Sawyer of Lebanon, the New Hampshire Bar in Albert I). Leahy of Claremont, 1933. Henry W. Keyes of N. In 1929, Keyes .became itave'rhill, and Paul associated with the Boston McEachern, President-elect Legal Aid Society, moving in of the New ltampshire Bar 19301o the firm of Sherbourne, Association. l'owers and Needbam. also in Born in Concord in 1906, loslon, hi 1950, he joined the Sawyer attended Boston Bosh)n firth which is now, University Law School. He Spencer and Shine, becoming was graduated in 1931, and a partner. admitted ht the New Hamp- Keyes has served as shire Bar the same year. . president of the From 1935 to 1947, Sawyer Massachusetts Title Co. and served as clerk of the Superior Ihe Woodsville National Bank, Courl in Woodsville. tie and is currently a director became nmnicipal court clerk enlerilus of the Lafayette and probation officer in NalionaiBank. Concord in 1950, and from 1957 Keyes has a law practice in Io 1967 was clerk to Federal N. llaverhill, where he lives Court .ludge AIoysius Connor. ilh his wife, Betty. Sawyer served in the state ......... legisial ure from P.149 to 1951, Retired since 1974, Sawyer TOWN NURSE SCllEI)ULE lives in Lebanon with his wife, THETFORD--A Community Erald Health Services, Inc. Town Leahy was born in Man- Nurse will be checking chester in lt.X)3, lie attended hypertension, weight and Stevens Itigh School in diabetes at Thetford Hill Claremont, Middlebury Church on Wednesday, Mar. 4, College. and was graduated from I-4p.m. l'rom llarvard Law School in 193 I. AriA|tiLed to practice in New UPON REFLECTION superficial cut and a missing Ilampshire in 1931, Leahy is a You can never listen yourself p,uluer m the toeth, and later released. '" "  law firm of inlotrouble. YIII-- ° Phone 444-2742 Call collect. SEARS ROEBUCK, Woodsville, N.H. I C LE/I00J WELLS RIVER LANDROMAT, Wells RNer, VtMcLAM.sPIK, STORE,sTORE,Pike,E.N.H.corinth, Vt FAIRLEE GENERAL, Foirlee, Vt. Your complete clothinq core center ORmBOVttte STORE, 0rord*ill*, s.x. For pick-up and dehvery" service Former St00[te Sen. ISLANI) POND--John Boylan, railroad worker turned legislator who kept a frugal Yankee eye on Vermont state spending for many years, died at his home here Feb. 14. lie was 73. "tie was the classic citizen legislator," said Gov. Richard George lngerson of Center Shelling of Boylan, a longtime llaverhill; a daughter, Mary member of the Brotherhood of Shule of North llaverhill; nine Railroad Clerks who served grandchildren, 18 great- four terms in the Vermont grandchihtren and eight ttouse and 20 years in the great-great-grandchildren. Senate as a Republican. He Servi(es were held Feb. 16 returned after the 1980 al lit(, Ricker Funeral ttome in session. Woodsville. Burial will be in During his last six years in ('et|ter llaverhill Cemetery at the legislature he was alaterdale, chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, where he earned a reputation for cutting unnecessary spending. But Shelling said the title of "The Great Slasher" pinned on Boylan by former Gay. Thomas Salmon was not really accurate. "tie was not an ultra- conservative Republican. He had strong instincts for the problems of the needy," said Shelling, who defeated Boylan in the 1964 primary election for lieutenant governor. Longtime Orfordl official is dead OlFORD-Alice M. Bean, 90, sisters, Edna Ladd of W. die(;[ Feb. 13 at Hanover Fairlee, Lillian Weeks of Terrace Healthcare. The Orfordville, Evelyn Grant of nldest of 14 children, she was Hanover; two brothers, Leon born to David and Delia Marsh of Orfordville, Clyde MarshDec. 16, 1890, inOrford. Marsh of Claremont; four On Aug. 27, 1908, she children, Nera ttuntington of married Edwin G. Bean, who Orford, Ruth Elder of Lyme died June6, 1963. Center, llarold of Bradford, She lived all her life in George of Manchester; 14 Orford until 19711, when she grandchildren, 33 great- moved to Lyme Center. She was a member of the Orford School Board for 22 years, 17 years as chairman, and served on the town budget committee. She was also a member of the American Legion Orford Cemetery Auxiliary, Veterans of spring. Foreign Wars Auxiliary, No, 2571. (;olden Sheaf member of Mount Cul)e (;range, serving as master Ear nine years, and a member of the Lyme Center Ladies Aid. Survivors include three Ruth Magoon dies; Bradford native CORINTtl Rulh Magoon, 72, died Feb. 18 at Rowan Court Nursing Home in Barre. She had been a patient there tar the past seven years and bedridden for the past 40 years. She was born Jan. 23, 1908, in Bradford, daughter of Ahmzo and Carrie (Page) l)rown. She attended schools in Bradford and married Alvin Magoon Oct. 8, 1924. Most of their life had been spent on Magoon ltill in Corinth. Mr. Magoon died Nov. 29, 1959. She is survived by a son, ,John Magnon of Vancouver, Wash.: four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. A daughter, Nancy Moulton, is deceased. grandchildren, 13 great-great- • grandchildren. Two sons, Norman and Donald, are deceased. Services were held Feb. 16 at Lyme Center Baptist Church. Burial will be in the in the "tte was very close to labor and laboring people and spent a great deal of his life as a member of the union," Shelling added. Boylan fought other Republicans on the so- called "right-to-work"issue. t,t. Gov, Madeline Kunin sometimes clashed with Boylan when she was chair- man of the ttouse Appropriations Committee, but she admired him. "I always viewed him as a very humane person. Even though he did review every nickel and dime in the budget he never did lose sight of the people behind the numbers," ' she said. Income ovoroging can se y money: But only n you make more man $30,000 a year. DWue Dlse What you don't know about income averaging could cost you money. H&R Block knows that no matter how much you make, if ),our income went up substantially last year you may be able to income average. We'll take advantage of this !if it's to your benefit. The mswer is FLSF., since there is to minimum amount of income • equired to qualify. WE'LL MAKE THE TAX LAWS WORK FOR YOU iR BLOCK THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE MAIN STREET N. HAVERHILL 603-787-6940 ' 444--889E Burial will be in Corinth ('enter Cemetery in the spring. The Whilcomb Funeral llome in East Barre is in charge of arrangements. 8 GREEN ST. The Hews of Your Day Is Our HewsDay! 6:00 PM NewsDay Large gift bolsters Lyme library project LYME-An anonymous gift of stock worth approximately $75,000 will help build Lyme's planned $200;0(}0 library ad- dition, which will also house town offices, if voters approve the project at the March Town Meeting. The voters will also be asked to hpprove spending $5,000 of federal revenue sharing money for the library and an additional $5,(X)0 to furnish new town office space located in or adjacent to the planned library wing. Town offices are presently located in the library basement. The remaining estimated $121),()0 for the library ad- dition would be raised by library lruslees from gifts of individuals and charitable organizations and a benefit antiques show May 16 if the Tired of having the news preached to you from behind a desk in Boston or project is okayS. Voters Burlington? Well, we're changing the way the twin-states watch the news! would hal be asked for town ax money beyond the the Our new news... NewsDay ... is like sitting down with neighbors to talk federal revenue sharing about what happened today. und,, officials said.Library officials said 20 per For the news of your day, watch NewsDay tonighfi. I :eAt of lhe library's books had NewsDQy p o be soht or given away last rammer because there was no amre room nd Trustee Eleanor Cracy added that. ,ll "We're just bursting at the HARTI=ORD.VT/HANOYE'R.NH stains. February 25, 198t-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 Hodge is honored Civil Defense work iER--Over 70 and relatives of Hodge of W. Top- gathered at the Mont- Elks Club Feb. 6th to her on her retirement ivil Defense. Mrs. Hedge retired last Dec. from her position as and education officer public information officer Representatives from state local Civil Defense ; federal nergency Management Retion 1, Boston, P.T.A. ; Farm Bureau; of Public Safety, Water Resources, Treasurer; U.S. Army 0BDES Program; co- and former co- present. members of her im- family, husband daughters Cindy Martha Emerson and Ralph; Georgianna and husband James; and Mrs. Paul Hodge, Mr. Mrs. Bill Hodge, and Bill Hodge, were Many friends and co-workers unable to sent letters which included in a memory to her by Mary Naylor. Mrs. Naylor ltters from Lt. Gov. U.S. Sen. and Patrick Leahy former Sen. and Mrs. George former Gov. and Mrs. ae Davis and Mrs. Helena Red Cross executive Orleans County. dinner served by Club taff, Donald served as master at a recognition Commissioner Paul read a letter from Shelling cam- Mrs. Hedge for her to duty during the she served in Civil He also spoke briefly service on behalf of of Public Deputy Director Lowe recalled training in medical programs earlier, value received i. them. Vincent representing the Emergency Agency, Region Mrs. Hodge Well done, stating Pernnel would miss Ition tOdetail. Director of Holmes Gertrude Hodge work and the rewarding relationship over the years• Keith Wallace, former Farm Bureau president, was war- mly received with his reminiscences of their long- time friendship beginning with her work for him in the Farm Bureau, and the many rewards and awards the organization received as a result of her work. Deputy Director Lowe presented Mrs. Hodge with a memowriter calculater, to be used in her avocation, flea markets, along with a purse of money from the group. Operations Officer Earl Osgood presented her with a gift from the Civil Defense HaR BLOCK TAX TEST Question No. 9 Woodsville soldier in Arctic Raider WOODSVILLE--Army Private 1 Wendy A. Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Hall of Woodsville, has participated in this year's "Arctic Raider" exercise at Fort Drum, N.Y. More than 2,000 soldiers from Fort Carson, Colo., participated in the exercise designed to give soldiers cold weather training in a realistic environment. The exercise allowed an entire brigade to maneuver as a unit. The soldiers began leaving Carson on Jan. 23 and are returning in February. many programs she had available to Vermont and people, and ibing the valuable she has made to Civil Defense Division and the state of nt generally. Parmly, Civil ease district deputy nator, District 1, ,,resented her with a cartoon ral%,,,^_¢ tirawn by Doug Smith, which lld,rVestented her many in- 'eParml •-;: y also spoke briefl t "'3n his association with her i y Defense and related Seniors Urged to Visit Lisbon Inn The 42 Ammonoosuc Valley Seniors who met on the Stage of the Lisbon Town Hall were urged to attend the Open House at the Lisbon Inn on Feb. 21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be refreshments and door prizes, and viewing of advantages to living at Lisbon Inn. Expected to be present are members of the Northern Community Management Corporation. One new member was added -- Florence Lord of Brat- tleboro, Vt. Onnolee Daycock staff. A well decorated box of "momenta's" was presented with commentary. Don Cruikshank and Dick Holmes presented a skit written by Ken Davis of FEMA, an old friend and co-worker who was unable to be present. The skit provided "guidance" for future flea market activity, and provided much en- tertainment. Mrs. Hodge responded with many humorous stories about the different situations she got into, and out of, during 18 years of increasingly com- plicated and responsible work for the Civil Defense Division. Arrangements were made hy Don Cruikshank assisted by Mary Jane Naylor and Beverly Monroe, all of the C.D staff. Mrs. Hodge started work with Civil Defense June 17, 1963 as women's Civil Defense coordinator. Subsequently she served in field representative positions, training and education officer, and public information officer. She participated in many schools, seminars, workshops and training sessions both in the state of Vermont, and also at the national level through the Civil Defense Preparedness Agency, now the federal Emergency Management Agency. Programs she planned for educational seminars have since been adopted in other states and their value acknowledged by federal officials. She has been awarded many certificates of merit by FEMA in recognition for her innovative ideas, and commended on many oc- casions by Vermont officials for exemplary work during emergency situations as well as through regular contact with Vermont Cities and Towns, their officials, and their CD organizations. Former Bradford resident dies Obituaries BRADFORI)--Mrs. Adeline Aug. 1, 1899. daughter of the Home, italy, and worked at of New York City, Beverly Babcock Lyon, 81, a native of late (?ourth|lldl and Bertha the Book and Quill bookstore Bangs Sulliofl,anghornc, Pa., Bradford, died Feb. 10 in New Blakely Babcock, attended in New ltaven before opening and Mrs. Darrell Babcock " llaven, Conn. Mount llolyoke College and her own establishment, the Irvin of West Palm Beach, She was born in Bradford the American Academy m hmer Court Book Shop. She Ha. retired in 1975. The tlawley l, incoln D thy Put Boylan dies oro ham, ,00,ake,y Brooks Babcock of New ilavcn, Corm., is in t Ln I,akeood, Fla.; and three charge of arrangements. E. Corinth, dies E. CORlNTll--Dorothy Call1.: a daughter, Parr,era Emily Boutwell Puh|aln Van Bree, 80, died Van Bree llough, Winter Feb. 18 at Cottage Hospital, t'ark, l,'la.: two grand- 9 Woodsville after a short illness. She was born in Monlpelier, daughter of the late Mary Ellen (l)ooley and George Kimball Putnam. She lived in Montpelier until her marriage in 1922 to Ivan Van Brec. They left Vermon! at that time, returning in 1960 to retire on their farm in E. Corinth. Prior to retirement they lived for many years in Old Greenwich, Conn. She is survived by her husband; her stepmother, Rena Putnam, Fremont, daughters, Ch|'isline Asher, Simst)ury, Conn., and lleather lh)ugh, Winler l'ark, Fla. lter son, Peter Putnam Van Bree di(,d in 19,15 during World War 11. A inenH)rial service was Ilehl kit St. Ma|'tin's Chapel, lZairlee, Feb. 21, at William Alkinson, rector of St. Mar- l in's Chapel, officiated In lieu of flowers, con- Iril)ulions in her name may be seal to St. Marlin's Chapel. l,'airlee, VI. 051)45. Arrangements were made I)y William Godfrey of Ely. E. David Bigelow; born in IVoodsville HARTFORD--E. David Hartford, his parents of White Bigeiow, 43, of Main Street died last Friday at his home. He was born Sept. 22, 1937, in Woodsville, N.H., son of Charles and Emily (Davis) Bigelow. He was married to Betty Carpenter March 17, 1957, in Bradford and they had lived in Hartford since then. Mr. Bigelow was a taxi driver and worked at the Lyric Theater, and later at the White River Drive-In. For the past 14 years, he had been a salesman for Leanoard J. Ballou Wise Potato Chip Distributors White River Jundtion. Survivors include his wife of River Junction; a son, Stephen P. of Hartford; three daughters, Shari Bennett of White River Junction; Tammy and Lisa Bigelow, both of Hartford; a brother, M. Sgt. Donald E. Bigelow, stationed in Berlin, Germany, with the U.S. Air Force. Services were held Monday at the White River Methodist Church. N. Haverhill, dies N. IIAVEI(ItlI,L - Emily Boulwell, 96, died Feb. 14 at her honle on the Brushwood Road afler a h)ng illness. Born in Carroll, she had resided in N. llavcrhill mosl of her life. She was a former Inenltu" of the N. llaverhill Grange and the Jeltvah's Wit nesses of Woodsville. The family includes a son. Ethel M. Waterman dies in Thetford N. THETFORD--Ethel M. Ely was in charge of Waterman, 83, died Feb. 13 at arrangements. her home in N. Thetford• Memorial contributions She was born in North mau be made to the North Thetford April 9, 1897, Thetford Federated Church, daughter of Wesley and Ella in care of Nancy Frost, or the (Ware) Waterman: North Thetford Library She attended Thetford Association, in care of schools and prior to retiring Roberta Howard worked at a local general store and was a postal clerk. She was a member of the North Thetford Library Association and the North Thetford Federated Church. Miss Waterman is survived by cousins. Services were held at the North Thetford Federated UPON REFLECTION Church, with the Rev. James The trouble with people who Green and the Rev. Gary Wait talk too fast is that they often offidating. Burial will be in say something they haven't North Thetford in thespring• thoughl of yet. Godfrey Funeral Home of William Eagleson, Jr., resided in Orford ORFORD--William H. University. Commonwealth Lodge and reader and treasurer of St. From 1930 until his Kismet Temple in Brooklyn, Martin's Chapel in Fairlee. He retirement to Orfordin 19fi3 he N.Y. He was also a memberof was also treasurer of the taught languages and science Mount Cube Lodge in Orford. Interchurch Fellowship. at PolyPret. For many years he was a In 1933 he married Mac He was a life member of member of the vestry, lay Huntley who survives. He also leaves two Hlldah Bedard 838-6725 is suffering with her limb; Mildred Clark is cheerful after fracturing her arm; and better health is wished for Christie Parker, Mrs. Cote seemes well, and selected another poem to be read. Lucy Aldrich also provided a poem. Everyone was asked to report those who wish to go on any bus trip. Game Day will be held this week. The Franconia group of- fered a wide variety of tasty cookies and bars. Due to an emergency, William Briggs was unable to present the planned program: A Safari to Central America. The Eagleson Jr. died Sunday at Hanover Terrace Healthcare. He was born Dee. 17, 1907, in New York City, son of William H. and Marie (Blumer) Eagleson. He was graduated from Polytecnic Preparatory Country Day School and Union College. He earned his Bradford, dies master's degree in educational psychology from TeaehersCollege at Columbia BRADFORDCharles W. Emerson, 73, Bradford, died Feb. 20 at the Central Ver- mont Hospital, Berlin, Vt. He was born in Topsham Aug. 10, 1907, the son of Edson and Cora (Kennedy) Emer- son. He attended school in Topsham, where  he resided before moving to Bradford, about 21 years ago. He was a 24 R EMERGENCY awarding of door prizes pleased the following: I. MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE Clough, J. Bousquet, C. ltodge, M. Presby, L. Page, A. lhtwland, L. Rathburn, E. Orange County Mental Health Clough, E Swinyer, H. iBedard, M. Lytle, M. Mar- TOLL FREE ! 400=622.4244 coux, D. Whitcomb, H. Smith, :M. Casuell, J. Robinson, and reddufs dkd G. Curtis. The March Birthday Lun- lf 11 iNC. )] eheon at 12:30 on Mar. 4 will a E TAYLOII-PAIMER AGENCY, be preceded by the free Blood 00[00_r.E0000INSURANCE Pressure Clinic. After the business meeting, a Silent Auction will be held. Those l(  .SE 1 celebrating are Warren RVICE since IM0 : Goodrich, Blake Gray,  t Kathryn Hall, Howard Hatch,  Main Street Melvin Haynes, Ruby Heath, ' Bradford, Yt. i Leo Mayhew, Margaret Ohiman, Ralph Wetherbee, and Winnifred Wetherbee. shi 8L Jolmbury Center, Vt. 05863 hasNEWBUaYmAbeen chargedNewburYin mancon_ nection with a fight in which another man was hospitalized. s a! State Police said Raymond 'a= ChLL ........ r= Downing, 18, was arraigned in .... Orange County Superior Court ¢ Mrs. Walter Shaw --. Feb. 18 after the fight in which ffd tw 9"ta-,..,, =.  Daniel Whittaker, also of '.t,-,a.,.t.-, Newbury, was injured. Court j -,v--,H. papers in the case said Whittaker was treated at Cottage ltospital in Woodsville for bruises, abrasions, a A&W F i ARTESIAN WELL CO. i0  ince 1930 ,us I I;6. Lelmm, NJI. 140=.112 daughters, Janet Eagleson of Topsfield, Mass., Barbara Larsen of Dix Hills, N.Y. ; four grandchildren and one cousin. A memorial service will be held in March, date to be selfempioyedwoedsman, announced, at St. Martin's He is survived by several Chapel in Fairlee. nieces and nephews. Funeral Donations in his memory services were held Feb. 22 at may be made to the chapel. the ttale Funeral Home in Bradford. Entombment will take place in the Sawyer tomb, Bradford, pending spring burial in the family lot in the New Cemetery, E. Corinth. Charles Emerson, Local lawyers honored for fifty years in law BEDFORD--Outstanding Leahy, l)enaulC Moody & service to the law was BurlinginClaremont. recognized by the New Leahy's two sons, Albert Jr. ttampshire Bar Association at and Charles, are also mem- a banquet honoring 50-year bersof the State Bar. members of the legal Keyes was born in N. profession. Haverhill in 1905. He attended The dinner, part of the State Milton Academy, Harvard Bar's Mid-Winter Meeting, University, and was was held Jan. 29 at the graduated from llarvardLaw Sheraton Wayfarer in Bed- School in 1930. ford. Keyes was admitted to the Those honored included: C. Massachusetts bar in 1930 and Murray Sawyer of Lebanon, the New Hampshire Bar in Albert I). Leahy of Claremont, 1933. Henry W. Keyes of N. In 1929, Keyes .became itave'rhill, and Paul associated with the Boston McEachern, President-elect Legal Aid Society, moving in of the New ltampshire Bar 19301o the firm of Sherbourne, Association. l'owers and Needbam. also in Born in Concord in 1906, loslon, hi 1950, he joined the Sawyer attended Boston Bosh)n firth which is now, University Law School. He Spencer and Shine, becoming was graduated in 1931, and a partner. admitted ht the New Hamp- Keyes has served as shire Bar the same year. . president of the From 1935 to 1947, Sawyer Massachusetts Title Co. and served as clerk of the Superior Ihe Woodsville National Bank, Courl in Woodsville. tie and is currently a director became nmnicipal court clerk enlerilus of the Lafayette and probation officer in NalionaiBank. Concord in 1950, and from 1957 Keyes has a law practice in Io 1967 was clerk to Federal N. llaverhill, where he lives Court .ludge AIoysius Connor. ilh his wife, Betty. Sawyer served in the state ......... legisial ure from P.149 to 1951, Retired since 1974, Sawyer TOWN NURSE SCllEI)ULE lives in Lebanon with his wife, THETFORD--A Community Erald Health Services, Inc. Town Leahy was born in Man- Nurse will be checking chester in lt.X)3, lie attended hypertension, weight and Stevens Itigh School in diabetes at Thetford Hill Claremont, Middlebury Church on Wednesday, Mar. 4, College. and was graduated from I-4p.m. l'rom llarvard Law School in 193 I. AriA|tiLed to practice in New UPON REFLECTION superficial cut and a missing Ilampshire in 1931, Leahy is a You can never listen yourself p,uluer m the toeth, and later released. '" "  law firm of inlotrouble. YIII-- ° Phone 444-2742 Call collect. SEARS ROEBUCK, Woodsville, N.H. I C LE/I00J WELLS RIVER LANDROMAT, Wells RNer, VtMcLAM.sPIK, STORE,sTORE,Pike,E.N.H.corinth, Vt FAIRLEE GENERAL, Foirlee, Vt. Your complete clothinq core center ORmBOVttte STORE, 0rord*ill*, s.x. For pick-up and dehvery" service Former St00[te Sen. ISLANI) POND--John Boylan, railroad worker turned legislator who kept a frugal Yankee eye on Vermont state spending for many years, died at his home here Feb. 14. lie was 73. "tie was the classic citizen legislator," said Gov. Richard George lngerson of Center Shelling of Boylan, a longtime llaverhill; a daughter, Mary member of the Brotherhood of Shule of North llaverhill; nine Railroad Clerks who served grandchildren, 18 great- four terms in the Vermont grandchihtren and eight ttouse and 20 years in the great-great-grandchildren. Senate as a Republican. He Servi(es were held Feb. 16 returned after the 1980 al lit(, Ricker Funeral ttome in session. Woodsville. Burial will be in During his last six years in ('et|ter llaverhill Cemetery at the legislature he was alaterdale, chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, where he earned a reputation for cutting unnecessary spending. But Shelling said the title of "The Great Slasher" pinned on Boylan by former Gay. Thomas Salmon was not really accurate. "tie was not an ultra- conservative Republican. He had strong instincts for the problems of the needy," said Shelling, who defeated Boylan in the 1964 primary election for lieutenant governor. Longtime Orfordl official is dead OlFORD-Alice M. Bean, 90, sisters, Edna Ladd of W. die(;[ Feb. 13 at Hanover Fairlee, Lillian Weeks of Terrace Healthcare. The Orfordville, Evelyn Grant of nldest of 14 children, she was Hanover; two brothers, Leon born to David and Delia Marsh of Orfordville, Clyde MarshDec. 16, 1890, inOrford. Marsh of Claremont; four On Aug. 27, 1908, she children, Nera ttuntington of married Edwin G. Bean, who Orford, Ruth Elder of Lyme died June6, 1963. Center, llarold of Bradford, She lived all her life in George of Manchester; 14 Orford until 19711, when she grandchildren, 33 great- moved to Lyme Center. She was a member of the Orford School Board for 22 years, 17 years as chairman, and served on the town budget committee. She was also a member of the American Legion Orford Cemetery Auxiliary, Veterans of spring. Foreign Wars Auxiliary, No, 2571. (;olden Sheaf member of Mount Cul)e (;range, serving as master Ear nine years, and a member of the Lyme Center Ladies Aid. Survivors include three Ruth Magoon dies; Bradford native CORINTtl Rulh Magoon, 72, died Feb. 18 at Rowan Court Nursing Home in Barre. She had been a patient there tar the past seven years and bedridden for the past 40 years. She was born Jan. 23, 1908, in Bradford, daughter of Ahmzo and Carrie (Page) l)rown. She attended schools in Bradford and married Alvin Magoon Oct. 8, 1924. Most of their life had been spent on Magoon ltill in Corinth. Mr. Magoon died Nov. 29, 1959. She is survived by a son, ,John Magnon of Vancouver, Wash.: four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. A daughter, Nancy Moulton, is deceased. grandchildren, 13 great-great- • grandchildren. Two sons, Norman and Donald, are deceased. Services were held Feb. 16 at Lyme Center Baptist Church. Burial will be in the in the "tte was very close to labor and laboring people and spent a great deal of his life as a member of the union," Shelling added. Boylan fought other Republicans on the so- called "right-to-work"issue. t,t. Gov, Madeline Kunin sometimes clashed with Boylan when she was chair- man of the ttouse Appropriations Committee, but she admired him. "I always viewed him as a very humane person. Even though he did review every nickel and dime in the budget he never did lose sight of the people behind the numbers," ' she said. Income ovoroging can se y money: But only n you make more man $30,000 a year. DWue Dlse What you don't know about income averaging could cost you money. H&R Block knows that no matter how much you make, if ),our income went up substantially last year you may be able to income average. We'll take advantage of this !if it's to your benefit. The mswer is FLSF., since there is to minimum amount of income • equired to qualify. WE'LL MAKE THE TAX LAWS WORK FOR YOU iR BLOCK THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE MAIN STREET N. HAVERHILL 603-787-6940 ' 444--889E Burial will be in Corinth ('enter Cemetery in the spring. The Whilcomb Funeral llome in East Barre is in charge of arrangements. 8 GREEN ST. The Hews of Your Day Is Our HewsDay! 6:00 PM NewsDay Large gift bolsters Lyme library project LYME-An anonymous gift of stock worth approximately $75,000 will help build Lyme's planned $200;0(}0 library ad- dition, which will also house town offices, if voters approve the project at the March Town Meeting. The voters will also be asked to hpprove spending $5,000 of federal revenue sharing money for the library and an additional $5,(X)0 to furnish new town office space located in or adjacent to the planned library wing. Town offices are presently located in the library basement. The remaining estimated $121),()0 for the library ad- dition would be raised by library lruslees from gifts of individuals and charitable organizations and a benefit antiques show May 16 if the Tired of having the news preached to you from behind a desk in Boston or project is okayS. Voters Burlington? Well, we're changing the way the twin-states watch the news! would hal be asked for town ax money beyond the the Our new news... NewsDay ... is like sitting down with neighbors to talk federal revenue sharing about what happened today. und,, officials said.Library officials said 20 per For the news of your day, watch NewsDay tonighfi. I :eAt of lhe library's books had NewsDQy p o be soht or given away last rammer because there was no amre room nd Trustee Eleanor Cracy added that. ,ll "We're just bursting at the HARTI=ORD.VT/HANOYE'R.NH stains.