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S. Ryegate, March I I, 1981-The Journa ! Opinion-Page 9 Mr. and Mrs. Robert visitors of his sister, Mr. and Johnson were recent weekend Mrs. James Jobin of Hudson, Mass. On Wednesday evening, Feb. 18, fourteen members of the S. Ryegate Presbyterian Ladies Aid met at Warner's underwear Gallery for a supper meeting. Mrs. Winnie Frost presided at that stays in shape Here' keeps "fit"] --wearin after wear ing; after washln q. it's Pak-nit* treated to assur( you less tha 1% length shrink 1" A sure bet on com T-Shirts feature rein reed never-sag collar hems and con 3Ured arm holes. Brief'. lye exclusive Kris-Kro; tapes that assure tail comfort and prope Easy-care, no ironing needed! T-SHIRTS BRIEFS ATHLETIC SHIRTS Y" COUPAX COR ,Gov',. llnaard Test 7550 (CCC-T-191b). the short business meeting where plans for catering a luncheon, World Day of Prayer and a reception for the candidate for minister were discussed. No decision was made concerning having meetings during the summer months. Members then sur- prised Harriet Evans with a household shower following the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson visited her father who was a patient at Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital on Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fraser, Christine and Jeffrey helped Mrs. Marion Calder- wood who is residing at Atkinson Home in Newbury celebrate her brithday on Feb. 21 by taking her a decorated cake. Also joining them for cake and ice cream were Mrs. Calderwood's nephew, Orman Beaton of Elizabethtown, N.Y. Warren ,,, The Warren region received 8 inches of wet heavy snow and :;4 inches of rain Tuesday. Needless to say, water was going everywhere, and that type of snow is hard to move. Wednesday we received another four inches of the wet heavy stuff and .8 inch of rain. We have received over seven Oia A perfect diamond... to express your perfect love there's no fit like cAIIlister Quality Jewelers Waodsville, N.H. Melissa Wellman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Wellman, celebrated her 11th birthday with a party attended by Sherry and Patrick Page, Christine and Jeffrey Fraser, Valerie Goodwin, Teresa Phelps and Bret Wellman. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fraser and family were Thursday supper guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Fraser of Norwich. Mrs. Marion Calderwood of Atkinson Home in Newbury was a supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Butch Gandin and family on Tuesday, Feb. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fraser and family visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Hoisington, Steve and Tim of Post Mills, on Sunday, March 1 to help in the celebration of her sister's birthday. Also attending the family gathering were Mr. and Mrs. John Bourgeois and family of W. Fairlee and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Tabor of Randolph. A reception was held for Rev. Marion T. Redding of Harrisburg, Penn. and Delaware, Ohio, a candidate for minister of the Ryegate Presbyterian Churches, on summer. Moosilauke Lodge No. 63 F.&A.M. met last Thursday evening but due to inclement weather it was a small gathering. The dance and auction of next summer was discussed, but will wait for more people to participate. Maple sap has run a little, and it is hard to tell what this type of weather will do to the crop. This writer picked some "buds" the other day that had started out. They are bound to get frozen latter on and might damage the leaf crop for the season. Let's hope not. Town Reports should be out soon, it is expected the Fire Department will distribute them this year. It is expected Rev. Milton Smith will be in this vicinity holding some services and sing-a-longs for the Methodist in March. Regardless of your own affiliations you will love hearing this man sing. Come on out. Mildred Bixby is in Sceva Spear th)spital for surgery. Hurry up and get out of there Bumble Bee. The community is saddened to hear of the passing of Bertha (Mrs. Charles) Wit- cher, Saturday morning at the Woodsville Cottage Hospital. Bertha could be called one'of the matriarchs of our com- munity for many a year. She has been a friend and a great help to so many people, may she rest in,peace. Join Us At The Oxbow F.F.A. Farm, Home & Garden Show v  v v v v Friday & Saturday March 13th & 14th 11 WE WILL BE GIVING AWAY A 30 GALLON HOT WATER HEATER AS A DOOR PRIZE! HsR BLOCK TAX TEST Question No. 5 Ill I See Our Many Complete Lines Of Energy Saving Equipment. BRADFORD OIL CO. Inc. Junction 5 & 25 Bradford, Vt. Call 802-222-5251 Or 603-787-6391 Mrs. ('yothia Fraser 58,1-3238 Saturday afternoon, Feb. 28, 2 at the library. The program from 2-4 p.m. intheS. Ryegate will be a fashion show vestry. Refreshments were presented by NatalieTowle. served by members of the Mr. and Mrs. Irving Evans Ladies AidSociety. and family have moved into The S. Ryegate Woman's the apartment over Abbie Club met Thursday, March 5, Darling while renovations are at the home of Irene Johnson being made on their home that with 13 members present, was destroyed by fire Reports of the secretary and recently. treasurer were lead and accepted. Members discussed putting on a fund raising supper on May 23, planting flowers around the parking lots of Neighborhood Grocery Store and Post Office, and "k Village uer (continued from page 1 ) plain, pipes to the mains, a filter system, (as sulfurous content was indicated), At the March 11 meeting, * voters reject proposition (continued from page l) penses of Police Chief AI to the extensive discussion on Pomeroy who is attending a budget items that preceded required police school in ihe vote on Proposition 2 in 1. Portsmouth. Officials said the Voters approved a total budget was about eight per town budget of $534,022, after cent above last year and the adding $1,oo0 for portable amount to be raised by taxes ' radios for fire wardens and two per cent higher. bond issue ditional water as the meters will save in usage." Voters at this meeting can authorize the Water Com- missioners to proceed with the looking into the possibility of voters will determine which development of a water source planting a community site the Water Commissioners and the installation of meters, Christmas tree. It was voted will be authorized todevelop, if the voters on March 12 vote to make contributions to the The Commissioners will to authorize the bond issue not same organizations as last give information on the to exceed $60,000. year. An invitation was proposed installation of water In other matters, the received from the Woodsville meters on all water system trustees designated their next Progressive Club inviting connections. Cost is estimated regular meeting on April 1 as members to their April 20 at $15,000 (not to exceed the RevenueSharinghearing. meeting when the District $20,000). The meeting will be open for President will be speaker for Charles Cheney, Village suggestions on the use of these their program. A program of Trustee and Water Com- funds. They will also set the slides was presented by missioner, said, "It's been Village budget for the ensuing Jackie Sinclair who had shown repeatedly in com- year. recently returned from a trip munities where meters have The Village treasurer to Australia. Refreshments been installed that they have reported approximately $600 were served by Irene Johnson, produced a water savings of 10 due in delinquent taxes, from Norma Murphy, Cindy Fraser per cent to 20 per cent, and about 12 taxpayers. and Sally Wellman.. The next sometimes more. Trustees are reviewing the meeting is scheduled for April "With our present water Village charter for changes Floyd K. Ray shortage, for the amount of they wish to recommend. 764-9979 Mrs. Elmer Heath and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bagley are spending some time in Florida inches of rain in a couple of weeks. As the ground was thawed somewhat it is hoped some of this water penetrates visiting. terra-ferma to help next The Town Reports are available. They will not be $6 Io pay the mileage ex- Other major items approved were articles to appropriate $0,0oo toward a new road grader: $2,073 toward a bus service to Hanover, Lebanon and White River Junction; and approval of construction of a $200,000 addition to the Lyme Library which will be 802479-0540 delivered this year. The price of gas is too high. Call at the Town office or home of one of the selectmen for your report. The regular meeting of the Mr. Moosilauke Chapter No. 68, Order of The Eastern Star was held Feb. 5 with WM. Nancy Bumford and W.P. Everett Goodwin presiding. The Altar was draped and a report of,,4&e committee on Resolutions was given in memory of our past brother Theodore Marston, who died very suddenly Dec. 24, 1980. A donation was voted for the Heart Fund and booklet which will be prepared for Grand Chapter this fall. Plans were discussed for a tasting supper to be held this spring and there will also be a rummage sale in April. Please save any items you might have for this sale. Connecticut Valley Chapter of Orford invited this chapter to attend their friendship night to be held Feb. 9. After the meeting refresh- ments were served by the Worthy Matron at which time many items were auctioned off to the highest bidder by Larry Nicol and Everett Goodwin persuading the group to take home a bargain. Don't forget we will be most ap- preciative for any items you can contribute for the rum- magesale. Methodist Women holds meeting at Parsonage On Feb 18 the WSCS met at the parsonage for a mortging of work and their regular meeting Nine were present for the delicious potluck lunch served. After, a quilt was tied. We were pleased to welcome a guest, Mrs. Violet Wash- burn, who was visiting Marjorie Huckins. Vi lived in Warren for many years and now makes her home in Keene. It was voted to have the typewriter and mimeograph cleaned as they have been in constant use for many years. The usual spring "Lunch Out" is tentatively set for Tuesday, March 17. The place will be determined later. Anyone is welcome to go with us on this outing. Just contact any member and a place will be ready for you. Our guests in previous years have reported a fine time, and no one has to do the dishes after. You shou akvays file Iilo same tax form the IRS sends you in 111o mail. [] True [] False Your flnanda] drcumstznces change from year to year. The form you used last year might not be the fight form this year. H&R Block can help you determine which is the best form to use. The answer is FALSE, since the IRS mn't know of tax related changes which might bare occurred in your sit,lion last year. WE'M.  1HE TAX LAWS WORK FOR YOU liaR BLOCK i lUlllll THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE MAIN STREET N. HAVERHILl. 603-787-6940 money that meters cost, we could not develop un- derground water sources that would provide as much ad- Ryegate Rev. Marion T. Redding of Harrisburg, Penn., spent Friday through Tuesday, Feb. 27-March 3, in South Ryegate and Ryegate Corner, having come here as a ministerial candidate for the Ryegate These will be presented for ballot the day of the Village meeting Tuesday May 26. Nancy Perkins 584-3611 Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Eastman and Darryl were supper guests Sunday, March l, of her son and family Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gordon in honor of Mr. Perkins' birthday. largely paid for by gifts and i fund-raising events, not by[ town funds. Voters rejected a proposal | to spend $355 for the Dart- | mouth-Lake Sunapee | Regional Council for ad- | vertising local businesses. I Most speakers, including [ some business owners, said | businesses should pay for | their own advertising. | The longest debate took | place over the $80,000 for a | new road grader, plus trade-in | value of the present 13-year- ;k old grader which town of- ficials said was unreliable with many repair problems. | A proposal to spend up to I $25,OO0 to repair the old grader | was defeated after several | speakers said it would make I snow-clearing and other | ....... ----" --" CLIP ........ ---- -- ! I Make Plans Now I For Fun In 31l , ,' I % Check hcr for free brochure I I 17 Custom Built Gunlte Swimming Pools I [] Trojan Vinyl Liner Swimming Pools I I [] Tylo Swedish Saunas & Accessories I / [] Hydro-Spa Whirlpool Spas & Baths  [] Florida Sunspaces & Greenhouses  [] J,cuz wu,oi s & Bath, i I [] Water ,]let Whidpeel Batim I [] Seuto Redwood Hpt Tube I I service undependable every I Call 802/295-5219 or Write as Today! I I time the grader was in for I VORTHF l repairs, and that it might ultimately prove just as e x- I 5,dEJ[c/#Z 1 pensive as buying a new grader. | I The addition to the library | P O BOX 1013 win cost $2ooooo, including a I CALL 802-295-5219;..,. . v..o, o.oo, I recent anonymous gift of stock I worth approximately $75,000 |   ,, 7f,   7,v  7,.,, | ....... CLIP ......... I and $5,000 of federal revenue " -- ...... Presbyterian Churches. Miss Redding preached at the Sunday morning services here and in South Ryegate. Saturday she was guest at a reception in her honor, in the afternoon in South Ryegate" and in the evening in Ryegate Corner, planned and given by the Pastoral Nominating Committee and their spouses. About 60 members and friends of the Ryegate Corner Church attended the reception here. During her stay Miss Redding was a houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathon Ruppert in South Ryegate, and Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Reginald White joined the Rupperts. Mrs. Oren Beckley, and Miss Redding for dinner. Rev. Redding was a dinner guest Saturday evening of Mr. Darcy Nelson and Timothy White attended a meeting of the Wells River Valley Dairy 4-H Club Monday evening, March 2, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gibson of South Burlington were weekend guests Feb. 28- March l of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Reginald White. Tom went on to Waltham, Mass., Sunday and Monday where h e attended a computer instruction meeting. Mrs. White drove her daughter home to South Burlington on Sunday and remained until Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilcox were in St. Johnsbury Wed- nesday, March 4, where they visited Mrs. Gladys Gilson at Northeastern Vermont and Mrs. Reginald White, a Regional Hospital and Mrs. Mondayul, uncheen guest of , Herbert Pierce at the St. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson"gohnsbury Convalescent and daughter Marcy, and had supper Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. James Kinerson and Jack and Mrs. Terry Steele and daughter Heidi. Mrs. Reginald White drove Miss Redding to the Lebanon, N.H. Airport on Tuesday to catch her flight to Harrisburg. 'At a special meeting of the South Ryegate and Ryegate Corner Churches following the Sunday services, members voted to issue a call to Rev. Redding to serve as pastor. She will assume her duties here in April Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson, Todd and Heidi of Milton spent Friday af- ternoon. Fek 20, with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson and took them to dinner at the Happy Hour Restaurant in Wells River that evening. Miss Betty-Vi Langmaid of Center. Kendall Beck, Jr. was an overnight guest Friday, Feb. 27, of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins and son Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald White attended the annual R, C, & D dinner and meeting at the Charlemont Restaurant in Morrisville Thursday, Feb. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson attended a farewell party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Alan Gilfillan of Barton at the Colonade Restaurant in Lyndonville Thursday evening, Feb. 26. The Gilfil]ans are moving to Florida. BTI William P. Elder, son of Hugh F. Elder of Danville, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Lardy Nelson, was named Sailor of the Year for his ship, the U.S.S. Donald B. Beary FF-1085. Bill is now stationed in Norfolk, Va., on the U.S.S. sharing funds. It will include space for new town offices, for hich $5,000 was approved for furnishings and a previous $5,000 authorization to buy land for a new municipal building was rescinded at Town Meeting. The remaining $120,000 cost of the library addition is to be raised by library trustees from gifts by individuals and charitable organizations and a benefit antiques show May 16. There was considerable discussion and a standing vote on the approval of $2,073 to help meet any deficit from the projected bus service which is scheduled to begin July 1. The project is being handled through the Upper Valley Senior Citizens Council, Inc., o[ I,ebanon, but ser'R:e on the buses is to be open to all at7 cents per one-way trip,:The fare will be the same whether a rider is going from Lyme to Hanover, Lebanon or White River Junction, and the same fare for a return trip. The planned schedule is for buses to leave Lyme at 6 a,m., 7:15 a.m. and 9 a.m., and return trips at 1:15 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. Monthly commuter trips will cost less, and there will also be a lower rate for high school students. The bus service project is to be financed with 80 per cent federal matching funds to 20 per cent contributed by the participating towns, for a total of $10,000 for the first year of service. In another action, voters rescinded the office of con- stable, effective in March, 1982, in view of the hiring of Pomeroy as police chief. II I Here Are 3 Aluminum Products Designed To Insulate, Protect and Beautify Your Home, They Bear The Brand Name REFREE Which Represents 30 Years of Very Solid, Dependable Service To Thousands Of New England Homeowners, Ask For This Name When You Insulate Your Home. NEW INSULATOR II THERMAL BARRIER REPLACEMENT WINDOWS Eliminate All The Agonies Of Old, Rotted Wood Windows. 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Gordon Perkins was an overnight guest Friday, Feb. 27, of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bayer, Zachary and Emily. m_ Thanks to our Donald B. Beary. He has been serving in the U.S. Navy for l0 years this October. Mrs. Wayne Heywood of St. dohnsbury, Mrs. Scott Sayers of Piermont, N.H., and Mrs. John Melahn of Bradford have each spent a day or more recently with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lardy Nelson while Mrs. Nelson is recovering from a recent illness. over | C0000,ratulations i for a fine year to oxbow LISBON YOU ASKED FOR IT! Beginning March 9, 1981 The Newbury Office Of The Bradford National Bank Will Observe The Following Business Hours" Monday - Thursday, 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. Friday, 9:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. BRADFORD NATIONAL BANK MEMBER IC Fairlee 333-4379 Deposits Insured To $100,000 Thetford 785-2 1 1 2 S. Ryegate, March I I, 1981-The Journa ! Opinion-Page 9 Mr. and Mrs. Robert visitors of his sister, Mr. and Johnson were recent weekend Mrs. James Jobin of Hudson, Mass. On Wednesday evening, Feb. 18, fourteen members of the S. Ryegate Presbyterian Ladies Aid met at Warner's underwear Gallery for a supper meeting. Mrs. Winnie Frost presided at that stays in shape Here' keeps "fit"] --wearin after wear ing; after washln q. it's Pak-nit* treated to assur( you less tha 1% length shrink 1" A sure bet on com T-Shirts feature rein reed never-sag collar hems and con 3Ured arm holes. Brief'. lye exclusive Kris-Kro; tapes that assure tail comfort and prope Easy-care, no ironing needed! T-SHIRTS BRIEFS ATHLETIC SHIRTS Y" COUPAX COR ,Gov',. llnaard Test 7550 (CCC-T-191b). the short business meeting where plans for catering a luncheon, World Day of Prayer and a reception for the candidate for minister were discussed. No decision was made concerning having meetings during the summer months. Members then sur- prised Harriet Evans with a household shower following the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson visited her father who was a patient at Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital on Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fraser, Christine and Jeffrey helped Mrs. Marion Calder- wood who is residing at Atkinson Home in Newbury celebrate her brithday on Feb. 21 by taking her a decorated cake. Also joining them for cake and ice cream were Mrs. Calderwood's nephew, Orman Beaton of Elizabethtown, N.Y. Warren ,,, The Warren region received 8 inches of wet heavy snow and :;4 inches of rain Tuesday. Needless to say, water was going everywhere, and that type of snow is hard to move. Wednesday we received another four inches of the wet heavy stuff and .8 inch of rain. We have received over seven Oia A perfect diamond... to express your perfect love there's no fit like cAIIlister Quality Jewelers Waodsville, N.H. Melissa Wellman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Wellman, celebrated her 11th birthday with a party attended by Sherry and Patrick Page, Christine and Jeffrey Fraser, Valerie Goodwin, Teresa Phelps and Bret Wellman. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fraser and family were Thursday supper guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Fraser of Norwich. Mrs. Marion Calderwood of Atkinson Home in Newbury was a supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Butch Gandin and family on Tuesday, Feb. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fraser and family visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Hoisington, Steve and Tim of Post Mills, on Sunday, March 1 to help in the celebration of her sister's birthday. Also attending the family gathering were Mr. and Mrs. John Bourgeois and family of W. Fairlee and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Tabor of Randolph. A reception was held for Rev. Marion T. Redding of Harrisburg, Penn. and Delaware, Ohio, a candidate for minister of the Ryegate Presbyterian Churches, on summer. Moosilauke Lodge No. 63 F.&A.M. met last Thursday evening but due to inclement weather it was a small gathering. The dance and auction of next summer was discussed, but will wait for more people to participate. Maple sap has run a little, and it is hard to tell what this type of weather will do to the crop. This writer picked some "buds" the other day that had started out. They are bound to get frozen latter on and might damage the leaf crop for the season. Let's hope not. Town Reports should be out soon, it is expected the Fire Department will distribute them this year. It is expected Rev. Milton Smith will be in this vicinity holding some services and sing-a-longs for the Methodist in March. Regardless of your own affiliations you will love hearing this man sing. Come on out. Mildred Bixby is in Sceva Spear th)spital for surgery. Hurry up and get out of there Bumble Bee. The community is saddened to hear of the passing of Bertha (Mrs. Charles) Wit- cher, Saturday morning at the Woodsville Cottage Hospital. Bertha could be called one'of the matriarchs of our com- munity for many a year. She has been a friend and a great help to so many people, may she rest in,peace. Join Us At The Oxbow F.F.A. Farm, Home & Garden Show v  v v v v Friday & Saturday March 13th & 14th 11 WE WILL BE GIVING AWAY A 30 GALLON HOT WATER HEATER AS A DOOR PRIZE! HsR BLOCK TAX TEST Question No. 5 Ill I See Our Many Complete Lines Of Energy Saving Equipment. BRADFORD OIL CO. Inc. Junction 5 & 25 Bradford, Vt. Call 802-222-5251 Or 603-787-6391 Mrs. ('yothia Fraser 58,1-3238 Saturday afternoon, Feb. 28, 2 at the library. The program from 2-4 p.m. intheS. Ryegate will be a fashion show vestry. Refreshments were presented by NatalieTowle. served by members of the Mr. and Mrs. Irving Evans Ladies AidSociety. and family have moved into The S. Ryegate Woman's the apartment over Abbie Club met Thursday, March 5, Darling while renovations are at the home of Irene Johnson being made on their home that with 13 members present, was destroyed by fire Reports of the secretary and recently. treasurer were lead and accepted. Members discussed putting on a fund raising supper on May 23, planting flowers around the parking lots of Neighborhood Grocery Store and Post Office, and "k Village uer (continued from page 1 ) plain, pipes to the mains, a filter system, (as sulfurous content was indicated), At the March 11 meeting, * voters reject proposition (continued from page l) penses of Police Chief AI to the extensive discussion on Pomeroy who is attending a budget items that preceded required police school in ihe vote on Proposition 2 in 1. Portsmouth. Officials said the Voters approved a total budget was about eight per town budget of $534,022, after cent above last year and the adding $1,oo0 for portable amount to be raised by taxes ' radios for fire wardens and two per cent higher. bond issue ditional water as the meters will save in usage." Voters at this meeting can authorize the Water Com- missioners to proceed with the looking into the possibility of voters will determine which development of a water source planting a community site the Water Commissioners and the installation of meters, Christmas tree. It was voted will be authorized todevelop, if the voters on March 12 vote to make contributions to the The Commissioners will to authorize the bond issue not same organizations as last give information on the to exceed $60,000. year. An invitation was proposed installation of water In other matters, the received from the Woodsville meters on all water system trustees designated their next Progressive Club inviting connections. Cost is estimated regular meeting on April 1 as members to their April 20 at $15,000 (not to exceed the RevenueSharinghearing. meeting when the District $20,000). The meeting will be open for President will be speaker for Charles Cheney, Village suggestions on the use of these their program. A program of Trustee and Water Com- funds. They will also set the slides was presented by missioner, said, "It's been Village budget for the ensuing Jackie Sinclair who had shown repeatedly in com- year. recently returned from a trip munities where meters have The Village treasurer to Australia. Refreshments been installed that they have reported approximately $600 were served by Irene Johnson, produced a water savings of 10 due in delinquent taxes, from Norma Murphy, Cindy Fraser per cent to 20 per cent, and about 12 taxpayers. and Sally Wellman.. The next sometimes more. Trustees are reviewing the meeting is scheduled for April "With our present water Village charter for changes Floyd K. Ray shortage, for the amount of they wish to recommend. 764-9979 Mrs. Elmer Heath and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bagley are spending some time in Florida inches of rain in a couple of weeks. As the ground was thawed somewhat it is hoped some of this water penetrates visiting. terra-ferma to help next The Town Reports are available. They will not be $6 Io pay the mileage ex- Other major items approved were articles to appropriate $0,0oo toward a new road grader: $2,073 toward a bus service to Hanover, Lebanon and White River Junction; and approval of construction of a $200,000 addition to the Lyme Library which will be 802479-0540 delivered this year. The price of gas is too high. Call at the Town office or home of one of the selectmen for your report. The regular meeting of the Mr. Moosilauke Chapter No. 68, Order of The Eastern Star was held Feb. 5 with WM. Nancy Bumford and W.P. Everett Goodwin presiding. The Altar was draped and a report of,,4&e committee on Resolutions was given in memory of our past brother Theodore Marston, who died very suddenly Dec. 24, 1980. A donation was voted for the Heart Fund and booklet which will be prepared for Grand Chapter this fall. Plans were discussed for a tasting supper to be held this spring and there will also be a rummage sale in April. Please save any items you might have for this sale. Connecticut Valley Chapter of Orford invited this chapter to attend their friendship night to be held Feb. 9. After the meeting refresh- ments were served by the Worthy Matron at which time many items were auctioned off to the highest bidder by Larry Nicol and Everett Goodwin persuading the group to take home a bargain. Don't forget we will be most ap- preciative for any items you can contribute for the rum- magesale. Methodist Women holds meeting at Parsonage On Feb 18 the WSCS met at the parsonage for a mortging of work and their regular meeting Nine were present for the delicious potluck lunch served. After, a quilt was tied. We were pleased to welcome a guest, Mrs. Violet Wash- burn, who was visiting Marjorie Huckins. Vi lived in Warren for many years and now makes her home in Keene. It was voted to have the typewriter and mimeograph cleaned as they have been in constant use for many years. The usual spring "Lunch Out" is tentatively set for Tuesday, March 17. The place will be determined later. Anyone is welcome to go with us on this outing. Just contact any member and a place will be ready for you. Our guests in previous years have reported a fine time, and no one has to do the dishes after. You shou akvays file Iilo same tax form the IRS sends you in 111o mail. [] True [] False Your flnanda] drcumstznces change from year to year. The form you used last year might not be the fight form this year. H&R Block can help you determine which is the best form to use. The answer is FALSE, since the IRS mn't know of tax related changes which might bare occurred in your sit,lion last year. WE'M.  1HE TAX LAWS WORK FOR YOU liaR BLOCK i lUlllll THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE MAIN STREET N. HAVERHILl. 603-787-6940 money that meters cost, we could not develop un- derground water sources that would provide as much ad- Ryegate Rev. Marion T. Redding of Harrisburg, Penn., spent Friday through Tuesday, Feb. 27-March 3, in South Ryegate and Ryegate Corner, having come here as a ministerial candidate for the Ryegate These will be presented for ballot the day of the Village meeting Tuesday May 26. Nancy Perkins 584-3611 Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Eastman and Darryl were supper guests Sunday, March l, of her son and family Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gordon in honor of Mr. Perkins' birthday. largely paid for by gifts and i fund-raising events, not by[ town funds. Voters rejected a proposal | to spend $355 for the Dart- | mouth-Lake Sunapee | Regional Council for ad- | vertising local businesses. I Most speakers, including [ some business owners, said | businesses should pay for | their own advertising. | The longest debate took | place over the $80,000 for a | new road grader, plus trade-in | value of the present 13-year- ;k old grader which town of- ficials said was unreliable with many repair problems. | A proposal to spend up to I $25,OO0 to repair the old grader | was defeated after several | speakers said it would make I snow-clearing and other | ....... ----" --" CLIP ........ ---- -- ! I Make Plans Now I For Fun In 31l , ,' I % Check hcr for free brochure I I 17 Custom Built Gunlte Swimming Pools I [] Trojan Vinyl Liner Swimming Pools I I [] Tylo Swedish Saunas & Accessories I / [] Hydro-Spa Whirlpool Spas & Baths  [] Florida Sunspaces & Greenhouses  [] J,cuz wu,oi s & Bath, i I [] Water ,]let Whidpeel Batim I [] Seuto Redwood Hpt Tube I I service undependable every I Call 802/295-5219 or Write as Today! I I time the grader was in for I VORTHF l repairs, and that it might ultimately prove just as e x- I 5,dEJ[c/#Z 1 pensive as buying a new grader. | I The addition to the library | P O BOX 1013 win cost $2ooooo, including a I CALL 802-295-5219;..,. . v..o, o.oo, I recent anonymous gift of stock I worth approximately $75,000 |   ,, 7f,   7,v  7,.,, | ....... CLIP ......... I and $5,000 of federal revenue " -- ...... Presbyterian Churches. Miss Redding preached at the Sunday morning services here and in South Ryegate. Saturday she was guest at a reception in her honor, in the afternoon in South Ryegate" and in the evening in Ryegate Corner, planned and given by the Pastoral Nominating Committee and their spouses. About 60 members and friends of the Ryegate Corner Church attended the reception here. During her stay Miss Redding was a houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathon Ruppert in South Ryegate, and Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Reginald White joined the Rupperts. Mrs. Oren Beckley, and Miss Redding for dinner. Rev. Redding was a dinner guest Saturday evening of Mr. Darcy Nelson and Timothy White attended a meeting of the Wells River Valley Dairy 4-H Club Monday evening, March 2, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gibson of South Burlington were weekend guests Feb. 28- March l of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Reginald White. Tom went on to Waltham, Mass., Sunday and Monday where h e attended a computer instruction meeting. Mrs. White drove her daughter home to South Burlington on Sunday and remained until Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilcox were in St. Johnsbury Wed- nesday, March 4, where they visited Mrs. Gladys Gilson at Northeastern Vermont and Mrs. Reginald White, a Regional Hospital and Mrs. Mondayul, uncheen guest of , Herbert Pierce at the St. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson"gohnsbury Convalescent and daughter Marcy, and had supper Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. James Kinerson and Jack and Mrs. Terry Steele and daughter Heidi. Mrs. Reginald White drove Miss Redding to the Lebanon, N.H. Airport on Tuesday to catch her flight to Harrisburg. 'At a special meeting of the South Ryegate and Ryegate Corner Churches following the Sunday services, members voted to issue a call to Rev. Redding to serve as pastor. She will assume her duties here in April Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson, Todd and Heidi of Milton spent Friday af- ternoon. Fek 20, with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson and took them to dinner at the Happy Hour Restaurant in Wells River that evening. Miss Betty-Vi Langmaid of Center. Kendall Beck, Jr. was an overnight guest Friday, Feb. 27, of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins and son Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald White attended the annual R, C, & D dinner and meeting at the Charlemont Restaurant in Morrisville Thursday, Feb. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson attended a farewell party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Alan Gilfillan of Barton at the Colonade Restaurant in Lyndonville Thursday evening, Feb. 26. The Gilfil]ans are moving to Florida. BTI William P. Elder, son of Hugh F. Elder of Danville, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Lardy Nelson, was named Sailor of the Year for his ship, the U.S.S. Donald B. Beary FF-1085. Bill is now stationed in Norfolk, Va., on the U.S.S. sharing funds. It will include space for new town offices, for hich $5,000 was approved for furnishings and a previous $5,000 authorization to buy land for a new municipal building was rescinded at Town Meeting. The remaining $120,000 cost of the library addition is to be raised by library trustees from gifts by individuals and charitable organizations and a benefit antiques show May 16. There was considerable discussion and a standing vote on the approval of $2,073 to help meet any deficit from the projected bus service which is scheduled to begin July 1. The project is being handled through the Upper Valley Senior Citizens Council, Inc., o[ I,ebanon, but ser'R:e on the buses is to be open to all at7 cents per one-way trip,:The fare will be the same whether a rider is going from Lyme to Hanover, Lebanon or White River Junction, and the same fare for a return trip. The planned schedule is for buses to leave Lyme at 6 a,m., 7:15 a.m. and 9 a.m., and return trips at 1:15 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. Monthly commuter trips will cost less, and there will also be a lower rate for high school students. The bus service project is to be financed with 80 per cent federal matching funds to 20 per cent contributed by the participating towns, for a total of $10,000 for the first year of service. In another action, voters rescinded the office of con- stable, effective in March, 1982, in view of the hiring of Pomeroy as police chief. II I Here Are 3 Aluminum Products Designed To Insulate, Protect and Beautify Your Home, They Bear The Brand Name REFREE Which Represents 30 Years of Very Solid, Dependable Service To Thousands Of New England Homeowners, Ask For This Name When You Insulate Your Home. NEW INSULATOR II THERMAL BARRIER REPLACEMENT WINDOWS Eliminate All The Agonies Of Old, Rotted Wood Windows. 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Gordon Perkins was an overnight guest Friday, Feb. 27, of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bayer, Zachary and Emily. m_ Thanks to our Donald B. Beary. He has been serving in the U.S. Navy for l0 years this October. Mrs. Wayne Heywood of St. dohnsbury, Mrs. Scott Sayers of Piermont, N.H., and Mrs. John Melahn of Bradford have each spent a day or more recently with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lardy Nelson while Mrs. Nelson is recovering from a recent illness. over | C0000,ratulations i for a fine year to oxbow LISBON YOU ASKED FOR IT! Beginning March 9, 1981 The Newbury Office Of The Bradford National Bank Will Observe The Following Business Hours" Monday - Thursday, 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. Friday, 9:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. BRADFORD NATIONAL BANK MEMBER IC Fairlee 333-4379 Deposits Insured To $100,000 Thetford 785-2 1 1 2