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Page 8-The Journal Opinion-March I !, 1981 Bradford Bradford Post No. 20 of the American Legion met Tuesday, March 3 at the Rome of Commander Milton Bedell wilh seven members present. They are now selling raffle tickets on Easter Hams. BE ALERT Letterheads, Envelopes, Business Cards, Announcements, Booklets, Pamphlets, Reports, Forms, Auction and Other Cahlogs. All your printing needs can now be filled by calling Hugh Fox at-- PRINT Depot Street, Bradford, Vt. 05033 802-222-9324 I I II I III I We're New ! Green Frog Garden Center of Bradford, Vermont II II I I II IIIIII I III Come See Us At: FFA Farm, Home & Garden Show Bradford Armory March 13th& 14th howerln;'Shrubs, Trees, Euergreens Order Now And SAVE 20 You Pall 50  Of . J #,,,: Planting Can Be Arranged. I II II II ..... K. Frog SHOW SPECIAL: Live| $1.00 Window Rant Tomato Seeds. (Reg. $1.19) FREE SEEDS - See Our Complete Line Of Garden And Yard Supplies Watch For Our Grand Opening May lst!! Bring In A Picture Or A Lot Plan Of Your Home And We'll Be Happy To Suggest Planning. "'Chip" and Gerle NOBODY PAYS MOREl! 14.383 % That's the annual rate of interest we pay on a 6 month money market certificate at the Bradford National Bank. $10,000.00 minimum above rate effective Mar. 5 Thru Mar. 11, 1981 Federal Regulations Provide For A Substantial Penalty On Eeuriv Withdrawal, And Also Forbid Compounding Of Interest BRADFORD NATIONAL B, ANK Bradford 222-5231 Faldee 33.-4379 Theff0rd 785-2112 Newbury 866-5672 MEMBER FDIC Deposits Insured To $100,000 Virginia Bedeli 439-5720 They are hoping to realize enough money to buy a hospital bed for community use. The wheelchair they got was immediately put into use. They have been invited tO. a birthday supper, annually put on by the Auxiliary on April 18. A pledge of money was sent to the V.A. ttospitai for coupon books. These coupon books are given out to h)cai veterans in the hospital. The men joined the Auxiliary after their meet ing for refreshments. Mrs. Sheldon tJoyce) Goodine of South China, Maine is visiting her mother Mrs. Grace Griggs. tler father Leonard is in the tlanover Hospita I. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Webb of Fairfax visited her sister and husband Lester and Barbara Wakefield on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Zimmerman and their four- month-old daughter are visiting a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Souther. Mrs. Souther is enjoying her great granddaughter from South China, Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Larabee were at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center visiting their son Jon who graduated Jan. 30. He is presently getting more schooling at Great Lakes. Mrs. Lil Davidson and Mrs. Rosella Sou(her were in Waitsfield on Saturday to attend a bridal shower for their granddaughter. Mr. Davidson and Mr. Souther visited at the home of Bob Davidson. J r. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Faye were in Johnson on Feb. 20 to attend her grandfather's funeral. Theodore Patch. A baby shower for Bonnie Tuttle of W. Topsham was held at the home of her sister Faye Fay on Feb. 14. Hostesses were Maxine Burgess, Pat Prokocimer and Donna Davis. The decorations were in pink, blue and yellow. Many useful gifts were un- wrapped by the happy guest of honor. A cake made by Alice King shaped as a cloud with N ,Gertrude llodge Topsharn 439-5422 Bonnie Sanborn. of Orange visitors in l,ebanon with her was feted with a surprise motherMrs. MaryCarr. bridal shower on Saturday at Mr. and Mrs. William Hodge the home of Mrs. Lorinda and Greg were in Burlington l)ubois. Other hostesses for this weekend. They were the afternoon were Bonnie's guts at the home of Mr. and sister Linda and her mother Mrs. (;ene Tomlilmon of Ruth Sanborn. Guests were t'olchester. presenl from Barre, Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Edgar shfield and surrounding l)owning and Mr. and Mrs. communities as well as Ronald Tayh)r were in Center Canaan, Conn. llarbor, N.11. last weekend. The shower Cake was made SIEVE Abrams was en- by Bonnie TeEtEr, E. Ran- IErlained wilh a birthday dolph and Linda Sanborn, [rly on Saturday evening at MarshfiEId. his honm. Bonnie is the daughter of Ruth Croulh is slaying with Mr. and Mrs. Richard San- Mrs. Fellows in Woodsville, horn of Orange. A March 21 N.ll. wedding is planned with Karl Mr. and Mrs. Seymore Smith son of Mrs. Gwen and Brown have arrived at their the later l,ylE Smith of Wails home in town to live. Mr. and RivEr. Mrs. Brown has retired from Paul ltodgc received a his work and they will reside promotion to staff Sargent inTopsham. *SS(;T) in the National Guard Several from town attended at a recent drill weekend. He the funeral of Mrs. Blanch is assigned to Berlin Service Hall in Woodsville at the BattEry Is! of the 86th Field Ricker Funeral Home. Artillery. Dr. and Mrs. T.M. Taylor Mrs. Mildred Fox visited returned home afterspending her sister Mrs. AnnieTiliotson two months with their in Grotonon March3. daughter and husband in At the meeting of the Anaheim, Calif. Presbyterian Church Trustees Mildred Fox spent Thursday Fred Smith was elected to with her sister, Mrs. Annie serve as chairman for this Tiliotson in Groton. Mrs. year. Tillotson is recuperating from Mrs. Elizabeth Clark has a reEentillness. been spending some time at Word was received in town her" hnme in town and returned of the death this past week of Ioher homeon Sunday. Earl Hood's younger sister, Mrs. Connie Stryker has Florence. been a patient in the Medical The session of the Topsham Center tlospital in Burlington. Presbyterian Church met at She is now recuperating at the the home of Mr. George Hodge home of her daughter Mrs. on Wednesdayevening. JanElliott. Sheila Welch entertained Duston Downing has taken with a Tupperware party at over the service station for- her home on Thursday merly owned by Hassall evening. DodgEinE. Corinth. William Eastman is a Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hodge patient in Central Vermont and family were Sunday Hospital following surgery. Piermont The second Lenten service planned by the Inter-Church Council will be held at the Piermont Congregational Church, Sunday evening, March 15 at 7:30. The theme is "hnages." We are proud of our local S Newbury -= ' ' • ]-" L; Isabel Whitney t I II 866-5676 While the Swensons were on holiday in Florida, Karen's horse went on vacation too• Its stable was flooded out and it was Entertained for l0 days by the ScorEs at Ekolott Farm, Mike and Steve Wilds sup- plying the feeding and care. Thelma McClellan is saving energy by making solar tea. Mary Jane Smit and three of the children spent the long weekend in Philadelphia with her mother: Heidi stayed at the Toll housekeeping for her father. Meg Campbell and 9-month Adrienne flew to Washington, D.C., last Friday and returned Saturday. They attended all- day conferences. Adrienne totally absorbed but refusing any comment whatsoever. Everyone marveled at her silence throughout. Meg's mother, Mrs. Ruth Campbell, arrives from La Jolla, Calif., tonight for a visit. Charlie Cole and Jerry Stockman have made 30 gallons of very light fancy syrup to date. Peter and Melanie really are moving into the new house this weekend. 007 Sylvester was so mad his tail hit the post office ceiling. When he had calmed down sufficiently to explain, it seemed Somerville, N.J., had not sent him the hinged cover he had ordered for his Domestic Mail Manual. Nothing infuriates Sylvester more than for the supply center to stamp NOT FOR YOUR CLASS OF OFFICE on his order. He considers this not only arbitrary and unobliging, but also un- democratic. He NEEDS a cover for his DMM and he is penning a furious epistle to the supply center. They had better mind. MEETINGS Wednesday, Mar. I 1 WOOi)SVI LI,E: Improvement Corp., 7: 30 p.m. WOODSVILLE: Haverhill Cooperative School meeting at Woedsville Elementary, 7:30 p.m. BRADFORD: Bradford Academy Graded School meeting, 7 p.m. FAIRLEE: Planning Board, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Mar. 12 I,YME: School Board meeting, 7 p.m. TOPSHAM : Union 36 School Board Meeting, 7: 30 p.m. BRADFORD: Selectmen, 4 p.m. Friday, Mar. 13 WOODSVIIA,E : Haverhill District Court, 2 p.m. Monday, Mar. 16 PIERMONT: Planning Board, 8 p.m. HAVERItlLL: Selectmen, 7 p.m. FAIRLEE: Selectmen, 8 p.m. ORFORD: Planning Board, 7:30 p,m. THETFORD: Selectmen, 7 p.m. BATH: Selectmen, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Mar. 17 GROTON : Selectmen, 7 p.m. HAVERHILL: Planning Board, 7 p.m. NEWBURY: Elementary School Board Meeting, 7 p.m. ORI, ORD: School Board, 7: 30 p.m. LYME: Planning Board, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Mar. 18 WELLS RIVER: Blue Mountain Union High School, p.m. FAIRLEE: Zoning Board of Adjustment, 7:30 p.m. VERSHIRE: School Board meeting, 7: 30 p.m. April 4 is the date set for a rummage sale sponsored by In between days when he is the library. Donations will be boiling sap, Charlie Cole is welcomed. This will be an all busy making bows from day affair at the Town Hall. hickory wood brought him Mrs. Warren Eisler from Connecticut by his returned briefly with her son, nephew, Eddie Ludwig• He Everett from spending a has also made some very • handsome ox yokes this year. Fairlee- Miss Peggy Colby, of Danville, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Clifton Colby. Mr. Raymond Thurber recently attended a district meeting of the V.F.W., at Barre. Mr. Thurber was a delegate from the Harvey Oliver Post, of which he is Commander. Mrs. Gladys Rowell has returned to her home from a visit of several weeks to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kallberg, in New Port Richey, Fla. Mr. Henry Fairbrother Sr. "is improving at Mary Hit- chcock Memorial Hospital, Hanover, N.H. Mr. Henry Fairbrother, Jr., of Canby, Oregon, has been with Mrs. Henry Fairbrother, Sr., since his father's illness. Mrs. Henry Fairbrother, Jr., has now joined her husband in two angels decorating it was students, Richard Daley who winter at his home ]n Fairlee. aranntthrofrPhmPnt_ had highest honors at the Wyoming. She has gone to  Robert . Wilson , of Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolles ....... , ............................. aprlnglreltl Mass, maue a • -. L,,,..^ _. ,-, .... Umversty of New Hampshwe vlsrt ner son Leroy n ...... ' , • . . tLICK.Y, l'i:l t I e gltllRJ IJdiitl' Partlnutrm I.uld a Vmimntiru and Jenny, Johnson who had ..... snort visit to amepers Meanow ---,-*- ..... . .-.--." > : L;a|ilornla. --L rda HK ....... , ore| party in the ment  their hon?rs : ,  mare, as U,,r mot,n _l). • " r • wcentuy lnoYl:l to vvoousVllle  - .. Jne secona movm wr Benmng 1,entworth serving f home ............ on the Eawground Road mmmes .... wm ..... oe presented at under George III town rom St. Albans. Fifty guests came to an open wrm anom :in cnnoren at- . ........ , house to help Richard and tending, me unrary, luesaay, Marcn meeting is held this week on 24th at 7 p.m. This is an out- SM Sgt. Donald E. Bigelow, standing movie--"Ruth Marcella lloffman "--" 764-5795 Debra Blodgett is on the Dean's List at Keene State where she is majoring in special education. Jack Cormeia was recently promoted to Captain in the Royal Eagles Drum and Drill Corps. of Plymouth. His brother Jim bcame a Lieutenant, of Berlin, Germany, was Stout's Garden." Those who called home to White River attended the first show en- Junction at the lime of the joyed it very much and a death of his brother, E. David larger audience can be ac- Bigelow of Hartford. Vt. While commodated. here. he called on his aunt and uncle, JosEphine Carleton and Clarence Davis, both of E. Corinth Bradford. lie returned Feb. 28 to his home in Germany• He Slella Knapp expects to return to the states 439-5762 with his wife in June for reassignment in the service. A special occasion was celebrated the week of Jan. 22 to celebrate the 90th birthday W t th of Mrs. Florence Lafley in --en--wor,,,,llloliday, Fla. All of her nephews and families came for dinner and spent the day and on Friday an Open House at her daughter's Leona Bore with ,50 signing the guest book Friends fron Largo and l)unedin and Seminole came to wish a tlappy Birthday to Florence who lives with her daughter Mrs. Harold Parker. All her children were present except for daughter Mrs. I)orothy Thompson. who lives in Jacksonville, Fla. SPRING S00IVIN6 A new selection of Peter Pan 100% callc prints in bright spring colors. Plus .... quilted reversible cotton blends for baby quilts with matching ruffles. bright and pastel colors -- some coO" wide, also 45" wide -- all machine washable. Poly-, ester and rayon or polyester and cotton. For The Sports Minded )Sweat.shirt material, 50% cotton, 50% arnel )for jogging suits and active sportswear. Cot-I ton & polyester knits for T-shirts and T-sh;rt dresses, with matching ribbing. the "second Tuesday after the THOUGHTS second Monday•" Once more There is little doubt that we loyal and faithful citizehs are becoming highly serve to run the affairs of the specialized in almost every town. Martin Day delivered field of human endeavor. It is the town report at our door, one of our strengths. Unfor- like the other selectmen, lunately, it's also one of our saving the town the postage, weaknesses. W. Topsham Several from here attended the monthly meeting of the Orange County Mental Health at Oxbow, Bradford. Joan Syivester of the Mrs. Kenneth Perry 439.5939 purchased (from Green Stamps collected by mem- bers) by Mrs. Mary Caughy for the Fire Department. The Flea market to be held YOUR t ,tAtLY D! PARIMI NT ST()RL St. J N.H. Mrs. Esther Coalition Committee of Handicapped of Burlington spoke on the importance of everyone attending Legislature sessions as often as possible or writing his or her legislative representative -- If you have any suggestions or ideas in regard to care of the mentally ill or han- dicapped. This is the way the latter get much needed financial support. A group of interested people from the Coalition group of Bradford and surrounding areas are going to attend a luncheon to be held at the V.C.tt office in Montpelier March 18 at 1:30 p.m. Those needing a ride phone Berdie Perry at 439-5939 or Dennis Ross at 439-6248, or Ray Murbergan at 222-4561. The regular meeting of the March 21 at the Altruso Club held at the Elks Club in Barre. The Chairman is Mary Bagley. Members will assist by collecting items donated by everyone in town. Donated items may be left at Berdie Perry's or the post office. All ladies of town are welcome and urged to attend meetings; the next to be held at the home of Mrs. Eleanor Gendron April 2. Berdie Perry, chairman of the Talent Show reported Chub Benjamin, Wini (Hight) Rogue Band will furnish music for dancing following the talent show to be held in May at the West Topsham Community Hail. Talent needed -- if anyone cares to be in the show, please phone 439- 5939. Plans are being made for a visited Mrs. Bolles' Miss Louise Barnes, Springfield Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley and Mrs. Karl Johnson vis Mr. Henning Johnson in Orange Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Auger, of Lennox, spent the weekend with and Mrs. C. J. Nickerson. Kudos goes to the Elementary School basketball team and coach, Karen Cramer came home Saturday, after the game in N.H., with the trophies, and to the and their coach, John who were runners-up in division. Dr. Mark Harris will be guest speaker at the Parents Group meeting Wednesday, March 18, 8:00 p.m. at the School. Everyone is welc to attend• Kathari ne Blai Riverview, Fla. for months, along father, Jerry Lueas of Johnsbury. They colder than usual there, and never got swimming. Kay Blaisdell spent weekend in Hooksett Brian and Pam baby Gregory Brian. Blaisdell visited his fia Kathy Coughlin, At the VIS card party week, first place was Bessie Anderson, Rita Fournier, and low by Edith Henson. Metcalf was hostess. Richard Fadden broke foot while snowmobiling Carol Giles of Epping celebrate their 25th Wedding Anniversary. The party was given by their son Kenneth, mother Mary Allbee, sisters Marjorie Thayer and Ruth Page. The Giles received many gifts and a money tree. The anniversary cake was made by Ruth Page. Jennifer Page was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Miriam Lane wrote them a beautiful poem to make their day complete. Sympathy is extended to the family of Kenneth Green, also to the family of Clara George of Bath, sister of Florence Clough. Bob and Mabel Clifford and will be on crutches for Richard's wife Tammy visited time. Richard, who, is a Marine Members of AARP private stationed at Aberdeen meet at Warners Proving Ground, Maryland. Wells River on March They also toured Falls buffetdinnerat6:30. Church, Virginia and visited Mabel's sister Rena in Lisbon Hildah Baltimore and Bob's brother James in Washington, D.C. A.V.S.C.C. March Jim and Pat Hood spent two Birthday Luncheon weeks in the area of Miami There were Beach and Orlando, Fla. Valley Citizens and one Stanley Stoddard was in (Florence Parker) Florida recently visiting March birthday Frederick and Lorree at March 4. Indian River, also other cheon, friends and relatives in the Clinic drew 47 patrons, l Orlando area. helped at the luncheon, If you notice an enviable tan Roy and Geneva on Herman and Velma Lucas, concocting the beef it is because they just Marie Bousquet (please turn t page l{ returned from camping near Tri-Village Fire Dept. Rummage Sale, to be held the, Woman's Auxiliary met at the last week of April, at the Waits home of Mrs. Ken Perry with River Methodist Church to .00VACUUM ' It members attending, benefit the church. 1 4 YEARS OF EXPEIII|IE It was reported that the Anyone having rummage thermos jugs have been please phone Bet'die Perry or Cl JN Ille 1-603-448-3787 Mrs. Rose Tillotson or leave at SALES & SERVICE BAGS & SUPPI the Fellowship ball, Waits .... __ ___ l WELL River, Vt. W. Newbury _. *' DRILLING Bertha Carlton 24 HOUR EMERGENCY ROTARY NAMMER 429-3868 MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE DRILLING. 20 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robie of Piernmnl, N.H. were DRILLING EXPERIENCE ( OMPL[ T: WATER SYST [/'AS iNSTALLED FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI Artesian Well Co. reV('W Dtvo 476 ,1832 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE , ..,, Thursday dinner guests at Herbert Gilsons. Mr. and Mrs. George Tyler from Monroe, N.H. attended church here on Sunday and were dinner guests at the Alwood llome. Mrs. Garnet Hebb has been in Woodsville H(spital for a short time. Garnet is still with his daughter Mrs. James l)emming at Newbury. The women here skipped one of their sewing meetings due to the weather but are really making good progress with their sales articles. The cookbook committee report that they are still rooting and looting and enjoying their group meetings very much. Orange County Mental H, TOLL FREE 1-800-622 A&W ARTESIAN WELL CO. • in 190 k 176, Ldu, N,N, Fmo Page 8-The Journal Opinion-March I !, 1981 Bradford Bradford Post No. 20 of the American Legion met Tuesday, March 3 at the Rome of Commander Milton Bedell wilh seven members present. They are now selling raffle tickets on Easter Hams. BE ALERT Letterheads, Envelopes, Business Cards, Announcements, Booklets, Pamphlets, Reports, Forms, Auction and Other Cahlogs. All your printing needs can now be filled by calling Hugh Fox at-- PRINT Depot Street, Bradford, Vt. 05033 802-222-9324 I I II I III I We're New ! Green Frog Garden Center of Bradford, Vermont II II I I II IIIIII I III Come See Us At: FFA Farm, Home & Garden Show Bradford Armory March 13th& 14th howerln;'Shrubs, Trees, Euergreens Order Now And SAVE 20 You Pall 50  Of . J #,,,: Planting Can Be Arranged. I II II II ..... K. Frog SHOW SPECIAL: Live| $1.00 Window Rant Tomato Seeds. (Reg. $1.19) FREE SEEDS - See Our Complete Line Of Garden And Yard Supplies Watch For Our Grand Opening May lst!! Bring In A Picture Or A Lot Plan Of Your Home And We'll Be Happy To Suggest Planning. "'Chip" and Gerle NOBODY PAYS MOREl! 14.383 % That's the annual rate of interest we pay on a 6 month money market certificate at the Bradford National Bank. $10,000.00 minimum above rate effective Mar. 5 Thru Mar. 11, 1981 Federal Regulations Provide For A Substantial Penalty On Eeuriv Withdrawal, And Also Forbid Compounding Of Interest BRADFORD NATIONAL B, ANK Bradford 222-5231 Faldee 33.-4379 Theff0rd 785-2112 Newbury 866-5672 MEMBER FDIC Deposits Insured To $100,000 Virginia Bedeli 439-5720 They are hoping to realize enough money to buy a hospital bed for community use. The wheelchair they got was immediately put into use. They have been invited tO. a birthday supper, annually put on by the Auxiliary on April 18. A pledge of money was sent to the V.A. ttospitai for coupon books. These coupon books are given out to h)cai veterans in the hospital. The men joined the Auxiliary after their meet ing for refreshments. Mrs. Sheldon tJoyce) Goodine of South China, Maine is visiting her mother Mrs. Grace Griggs. tler father Leonard is in the tlanover Hospita I. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Webb of Fairfax visited her sister and husband Lester and Barbara Wakefield on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Zimmerman and their four- month-old daughter are visiting a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Souther. Mrs. Souther is enjoying her great granddaughter from South China, Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Larabee were at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center visiting their son Jon who graduated Jan. 30. He is presently getting more schooling at Great Lakes. Mrs. Lil Davidson and Mrs. Rosella Sou(her were in Waitsfield on Saturday to attend a bridal shower for their granddaughter. Mr. Davidson and Mr. Souther visited at the home of Bob Davidson. J r. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Faye were in Johnson on Feb. 20 to attend her grandfather's funeral. Theodore Patch. A baby shower for Bonnie Tuttle of W. Topsham was held at the home of her sister Faye Fay on Feb. 14. Hostesses were Maxine Burgess, Pat Prokocimer and Donna Davis. The decorations were in pink, blue and yellow. Many useful gifts were un- wrapped by the happy guest of honor. A cake made by Alice King shaped as a cloud with N ,Gertrude llodge Topsharn 439-5422 Bonnie Sanborn. of Orange visitors in l,ebanon with her was feted with a surprise motherMrs. MaryCarr. bridal shower on Saturday at Mr. and Mrs. William Hodge the home of Mrs. Lorinda and Greg were in Burlington l)ubois. Other hostesses for this weekend. They were the afternoon were Bonnie's guts at the home of Mr. and sister Linda and her mother Mrs. (;ene Tomlilmon of Ruth Sanborn. Guests were t'olchester. presenl from Barre, Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Edgar shfield and surrounding l)owning and Mr. and Mrs. communities as well as Ronald Tayh)r were in Center Canaan, Conn. llarbor, N.11. last weekend. The shower Cake was made SIEVE Abrams was en- by Bonnie TeEtEr, E. Ran- IErlained wilh a birthday dolph and Linda Sanborn, [rly on Saturday evening at MarshfiEId. his honm. Bonnie is the daughter of Ruth Croulh is slaying with Mr. and Mrs. Richard San- Mrs. Fellows in Woodsville, horn of Orange. A March 21 N.ll. wedding is planned with Karl Mr. and Mrs. Seymore Smith son of Mrs. Gwen and Brown have arrived at their the later l,ylE Smith of Wails home in town to live. Mr. and RivEr. Mrs. Brown has retired from Paul ltodgc received a his work and they will reside promotion to staff Sargent inTopsham. *SS(;T) in the National Guard Several from town attended at a recent drill weekend. He the funeral of Mrs. Blanch is assigned to Berlin Service Hall in Woodsville at the BattEry Is! of the 86th Field Ricker Funeral Home. Artillery. Dr. and Mrs. T.M. Taylor Mrs. Mildred Fox visited returned home afterspending her sister Mrs. AnnieTiliotson two months with their in Grotonon March3. daughter and husband in At the meeting of the Anaheim, Calif. Presbyterian Church Trustees Mildred Fox spent Thursday Fred Smith was elected to with her sister, Mrs. Annie serve as chairman for this Tiliotson in Groton. Mrs. year. Tillotson is recuperating from Mrs. Elizabeth Clark has a reEentillness. been spending some time at Word was received in town her" hnme in town and returned of the death this past week of Ioher homeon Sunday. Earl Hood's younger sister, Mrs. Connie Stryker has Florence. been a patient in the Medical The session of the Topsham Center tlospital in Burlington. Presbyterian Church met at She is now recuperating at the the home of Mr. George Hodge home of her daughter Mrs. on Wednesdayevening. JanElliott. Sheila Welch entertained Duston Downing has taken with a Tupperware party at over the service station for- her home on Thursday merly owned by Hassall evening. DodgEinE. Corinth. William Eastman is a Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hodge patient in Central Vermont and family were Sunday Hospital following surgery. Piermont The second Lenten service planned by the Inter-Church Council will be held at the Piermont Congregational Church, Sunday evening, March 15 at 7:30. The theme is "hnages." We are proud of our local S Newbury -= ' ' • ]-" L; Isabel Whitney t I II 866-5676 While the Swensons were on holiday in Florida, Karen's horse went on vacation too• Its stable was flooded out and it was Entertained for l0 days by the ScorEs at Ekolott Farm, Mike and Steve Wilds sup- plying the feeding and care. Thelma McClellan is saving energy by making solar tea. Mary Jane Smit and three of the children spent the long weekend in Philadelphia with her mother: Heidi stayed at the Toll housekeeping for her father. Meg Campbell and 9-month Adrienne flew to Washington, D.C., last Friday and returned Saturday. They attended all- day conferences. Adrienne totally absorbed but refusing any comment whatsoever. Everyone marveled at her silence throughout. Meg's mother, Mrs. Ruth Campbell, arrives from La Jolla, Calif., tonight for a visit. Charlie Cole and Jerry Stockman have made 30 gallons of very light fancy syrup to date. Peter and Melanie really are moving into the new house this weekend. 007 Sylvester was so mad his tail hit the post office ceiling. When he had calmed down sufficiently to explain, it seemed Somerville, N.J., had not sent him the hinged cover he had ordered for his Domestic Mail Manual. Nothing infuriates Sylvester more than for the supply center to stamp NOT FOR YOUR CLASS OF OFFICE on his order. He considers this not only arbitrary and unobliging, but also un- democratic. He NEEDS a cover for his DMM and he is penning a furious epistle to the supply center. They had better mind. MEETINGS Wednesday, Mar. I 1 WOOi)SVI LI,E: Improvement Corp., 7: 30 p.m. WOODSVILLE: Haverhill Cooperative School meeting at Woedsville Elementary, 7:30 p.m. BRADFORD: Bradford Academy Graded School meeting, 7 p.m. FAIRLEE: Planning Board, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Mar. 12 I,YME: School Board meeting, 7 p.m. TOPSHAM : Union 36 School Board Meeting, 7: 30 p.m. BRADFORD: Selectmen, 4 p.m. Friday, Mar. 13 WOODSVIIA,E : Haverhill District Court, 2 p.m. Monday, Mar. 16 PIERMONT: Planning Board, 8 p.m. HAVERItlLL: Selectmen, 7 p.m. FAIRLEE: Selectmen, 8 p.m. ORFORD: Planning Board, 7:30 p,m. THETFORD: Selectmen, 7 p.m. BATH: Selectmen, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Mar. 17 GROTON : Selectmen, 7 p.m. HAVERHILL: Planning Board, 7 p.m. NEWBURY: Elementary School Board Meeting, 7 p.m. ORI, ORD: School Board, 7: 30 p.m. LYME: Planning Board, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Mar. 18 WELLS RIVER: Blue Mountain Union High School, p.m. FAIRLEE: Zoning Board of Adjustment, 7:30 p.m. VERSHIRE: School Board meeting, 7: 30 p.m. April 4 is the date set for a rummage sale sponsored by In between days when he is the library. Donations will be boiling sap, Charlie Cole is welcomed. This will be an all busy making bows from day affair at the Town Hall. hickory wood brought him Mrs. Warren Eisler from Connecticut by his returned briefly with her son, nephew, Eddie Ludwig• He Everett from spending a has also made some very • handsome ox yokes this year. Fairlee- Miss Peggy Colby, of Danville, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Clifton Colby. Mr. Raymond Thurber recently attended a district meeting of the V.F.W., at Barre. Mr. Thurber was a delegate from the Harvey Oliver Post, of which he is Commander. Mrs. Gladys Rowell has returned to her home from a visit of several weeks to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kallberg, in New Port Richey, Fla. Mr. Henry Fairbrother Sr. "is improving at Mary Hit- chcock Memorial Hospital, Hanover, N.H. Mr. Henry Fairbrother, Jr., of Canby, Oregon, has been with Mrs. Henry Fairbrother, Sr., since his father's illness. Mrs. Henry Fairbrother, Jr., has now joined her husband in two angels decorating it was students, Richard Daley who winter at his home ]n Fairlee. aranntthrofrPhmPnt_ had highest honors at the Wyoming. She has gone to  Robert . Wilson , of Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolles ....... , ............................. aprlnglreltl Mass, maue a • -. L,,,..^ _. ,-, .... Umversty of New Hampshwe vlsrt ner son Leroy n ...... ' , • . . tLICK.Y, l'i:l t I e gltllRJ IJdiitl' Partlnutrm I.uld a Vmimntiru and Jenny, Johnson who had ..... snort visit to amepers Meanow ---,-*- ..... . .-.--." > : L;a|ilornla. --L rda HK ....... , ore| party in the ment  their hon?rs : ,  mare, as U,,r mot,n _l). • " r • wcentuy lnoYl:l to vvoousVllle  - .. Jne secona movm wr Benmng 1,entworth serving f home ............ on the Eawground Road mmmes .... wm ..... oe presented at under George III town rom St. Albans. Fifty guests came to an open wrm anom :in cnnoren at- . ........ , house to help Richard and tending, me unrary, luesaay, Marcn meeting is held this week on 24th at 7 p.m. This is an out- SM Sgt. Donald E. Bigelow, standing movie--"Ruth Marcella lloffman "--" 764-5795 Debra Blodgett is on the Dean's List at Keene State where she is majoring in special education. Jack Cormeia was recently promoted to Captain in the Royal Eagles Drum and Drill Corps. of Plymouth. His brother Jim bcame a Lieutenant, of Berlin, Germany, was Stout's Garden." Those who called home to White River attended the first show en- Junction at the lime of the joyed it very much and a death of his brother, E. David larger audience can be ac- Bigelow of Hartford. Vt. While commodated. here. he called on his aunt and uncle, JosEphine Carleton and Clarence Davis, both of E. Corinth Bradford. lie returned Feb. 28 to his home in Germany• He Slella Knapp expects to return to the states 439-5762 with his wife in June for reassignment in the service. A special occasion was celebrated the week of Jan. 22 to celebrate the 90th birthday W t th of Mrs. Florence Lafley in --en--wor,,,,llloliday, Fla. All of her nephews and families came for dinner and spent the day and on Friday an Open House at her daughter's Leona Bore with ,50 signing the guest book Friends fron Largo and l)unedin and Seminole came to wish a tlappy Birthday to Florence who lives with her daughter Mrs. Harold Parker. All her children were present except for daughter Mrs. I)orothy Thompson. who lives in Jacksonville, Fla. SPRING S00IVIN6 A new selection of Peter Pan 100% callc prints in bright spring colors. Plus .... quilted reversible cotton blends for baby quilts with matching ruffles. bright and pastel colors -- some coO" wide, also 45" wide -- all machine washable. Poly-, ester and rayon or polyester and cotton. For The Sports Minded )Sweat.shirt material, 50% cotton, 50% arnel )for jogging suits and active sportswear. Cot-I ton & polyester knits for T-shirts and T-sh;rt dresses, with matching ribbing. the "second Tuesday after the THOUGHTS second Monday•" Once more There is little doubt that we loyal and faithful citizehs are becoming highly serve to run the affairs of the specialized in almost every town. Martin Day delivered field of human endeavor. It is the town report at our door, one of our strengths. Unfor- like the other selectmen, lunately, it's also one of our saving the town the postage, weaknesses. W. Topsham Several from here attended the monthly meeting of the Orange County Mental Health at Oxbow, Bradford. Joan Syivester of the Mrs. Kenneth Perry 439.5939 purchased (from Green Stamps collected by mem- bers) by Mrs. Mary Caughy for the Fire Department. The Flea market to be held YOUR t ,tAtLY D! PARIMI NT ST()RL St. J N.H. Mrs. Esther Coalition Committee of Handicapped of Burlington spoke on the importance of everyone attending Legislature sessions as often as possible or writing his or her legislative representative -- If you have any suggestions or ideas in regard to care of the mentally ill or han- dicapped. This is the way the latter get much needed financial support. A group of interested people from the Coalition group of Bradford and surrounding areas are going to attend a luncheon to be held at the V.C.tt office in Montpelier March 18 at 1:30 p.m. Those needing a ride phone Berdie Perry at 439-5939 or Dennis Ross at 439-6248, or Ray Murbergan at 222-4561. The regular meeting of the March 21 at the Altruso Club held at the Elks Club in Barre. The Chairman is Mary Bagley. Members will assist by collecting items donated by everyone in town. Donated items may be left at Berdie Perry's or the post office. All ladies of town are welcome and urged to attend meetings; the next to be held at the home of Mrs. Eleanor Gendron April 2. Berdie Perry, chairman of the Talent Show reported Chub Benjamin, Wini (Hight) Rogue Band will furnish music for dancing following the talent show to be held in May at the West Topsham Community Hail. Talent needed -- if anyone cares to be in the show, please phone 439- 5939. Plans are being made for a visited Mrs. Bolles' Miss Louise Barnes, Springfield Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley and Mrs. Karl Johnson vis Mr. Henning Johnson in Orange Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Auger, of Lennox, spent the weekend with and Mrs. C. J. Nickerson. Kudos goes to the Elementary School basketball team and coach, Karen Cramer came home Saturday, after the game in N.H., with the trophies, and to the and their coach, John who were runners-up in division. Dr. Mark Harris will be guest speaker at the Parents Group meeting Wednesday, March 18, 8:00 p.m. at the School. Everyone is welc to attend• Kathari ne Blai Riverview, Fla. for months, along father, Jerry Lueas of Johnsbury. They colder than usual there, and never got swimming. Kay Blaisdell spent weekend in Hooksett Brian and Pam baby Gregory Brian. Blaisdell visited his fia Kathy Coughlin, At the VIS card party week, first place was Bessie Anderson, Rita Fournier, and low by Edith Henson. Metcalf was hostess. Richard Fadden broke foot while snowmobiling Carol Giles of Epping celebrate their 25th Wedding Anniversary. The party was given by their son Kenneth, mother Mary Allbee, sisters Marjorie Thayer and Ruth Page. The Giles received many gifts and a money tree. The anniversary cake was made by Ruth Page. Jennifer Page was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Miriam Lane wrote them a beautiful poem to make their day complete. Sympathy is extended to the family of Kenneth Green, also to the family of Clara George of Bath, sister of Florence Clough. Bob and Mabel Clifford and will be on crutches for Richard's wife Tammy visited time. Richard, who, is a Marine Members of AARP private stationed at Aberdeen meet at Warners Proving Ground, Maryland. Wells River on March They also toured Falls buffetdinnerat6:30. Church, Virginia and visited Mabel's sister Rena in Lisbon Hildah Baltimore and Bob's brother James in Washington, D.C. A.V.S.C.C. March Jim and Pat Hood spent two Birthday Luncheon weeks in the area of Miami There were Beach and Orlando, Fla. Valley Citizens and one Stanley Stoddard was in (Florence Parker) Florida recently visiting March birthday Frederick and Lorree at March 4. Indian River, also other cheon, friends and relatives in the Clinic drew 47 patrons, l Orlando area. helped at the luncheon, If you notice an enviable tan Roy and Geneva on Herman and Velma Lucas, concocting the beef it is because they just Marie Bousquet (please turn t page l{ returned from camping near Tri-Village Fire Dept. Rummage Sale, to be held the, Woman's Auxiliary met at the last week of April, at the Waits home of Mrs. Ken Perry with River Methodist Church to .00VACUUM ' It members attending, benefit the church. 1 4 YEARS OF EXPEIII|IE It was reported that the Anyone having rummage thermos jugs have been please phone Bet'die Perry or Cl JN Ille 1-603-448-3787 Mrs. Rose Tillotson or leave at SALES & SERVICE BAGS & SUPPI the Fellowship ball, Waits .... __ ___ l WELL River, Vt. W. Newbury _. *' DRILLING Bertha Carlton 24 HOUR EMERGENCY ROTARY NAMMER 429-3868 MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE DRILLING. 20 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robie of Piernmnl, N.H. were DRILLING EXPERIENCE ( OMPL[ T: WATER SYST [/'AS iNSTALLED FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI Artesian Well Co. reV('W Dtvo 476 ,1832 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE , ..,, Thursday dinner guests at Herbert Gilsons. Mr. and Mrs. George Tyler from Monroe, N.H. attended church here on Sunday and were dinner guests at the Alwood llome. Mrs. Garnet Hebb has been in Woodsville H(spital for a short time. Garnet is still with his daughter Mrs. James l)emming at Newbury. The women here skipped one of their sewing meetings due to the weather but are really making good progress with their sales articles. The cookbook committee report that they are still rooting and looting and enjoying their group meetings very much. Orange County Mental H, TOLL FREE 1-800-622 A&W ARTESIAN WELL CO. • in 190 k 176, Ldu, N,N, Fmo