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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-March 24, 1982 N Haverhill Marge Page, Marge War- drop and Dick Abbott attended the National League of Postmasters' Forum in Washington, D.C. for a four- day session. They went by Amtrak from White River Junction. Weekend guests of Miriam Lane to help celebrate her birthday included her brothers Marshall, Paul and Chet Sanborn, also Chet's wife Barbara and Miriam's daughters, Theda Wright and Pearl Reynolds. Another daughter and husband, Bea and Larry Gadbols, spent Saturday evening with them. George and Ida Carroll of .Ellington, Conn., visited his aunt Velma Lucas and Her- man last weekend. Phil and Rose Tucker have returned from ten days in the Virgin Islands. Progressive Club At the meeting of the Woodsville Progressive Club on March 15, Susan Spencer and Lynne Fabrizio spoke on the St Paul's School for Advanced Studies Also, the Progressive Club is spon- soring a fashion show for the benefit of the Scholarship Fund, at the Woodsville Elementary School on March 29 at 7:30. Refreshments and door prizes will be included. N Haverhill Girls' Club met at Dianna Brooks' home with nine present on March 17. The main topic of business was planning for a food booth on the new fairgrounds. With Dianna on committee were Mabel Clifford, Brenda Bigelow and Allegra Clarke. Winner of the mystery package was Terry Lang. Last Saturday five Senior Citizens, Carrie Conery, Pat Trevithick, Gertrude Brooks, Polly Smith and Edith Hen- son, attended a day's seminar on oral history at Plymouth State College. School News The children of James Morrill Elementary School have chosen blue and white as their school colors and the jusky as their mascot, to he featured on t-shirts which K..itharint Illai.deil 7,T-G315 Haverhill Advent Christian Church, Divid Magoon from Wentworth Rock Ridge, Ohio, a graduate of Berkshire Christian College, as is his wife, Roxanne. With them will he their eight-year-old daughter, Megin. Also, the church members are making plans for a new entryway for the church, which will include a lift for the DeMolay Week The week of March 14 through March 21 was proclaimed International DeMolay Week in Wentworth by the Selectmen. This is in handicapped. This will be memory of Rev. Ervin Lamphere, who originated the idea, and will be made possible by gifts which have been sent to the church in his memory. AARP Thirty-three members and guests of N. Haverhill AARP met at the VFW Hall on Thursday evening. A delicious potluck supper was served with Alice Girouard and Alma Granger as committee. The busineSs meeting was con- ducted by the president, Vernona Wallace. Ethel Fullerton, chairman of the food sale committee, an- nonnced that the food sale will be held at Ames Store in N. Haverhill on Saturday, April 3, starting at 10 a.m. All were disappointed at not having the program that bad been an- ticipated for the meeting. Signs of Spring Red wing blackbirds have been seen, and Mary Allbee in recognition of the DeMolays celebrating their 63rd aw niversary. John Thomson injured himself this week when he cut his arm with a power saw. He was treated at Lakes Region Hospital in Laconia. New Baby Girl Mr. and Mrs. Bob Egger became the parents of a daughter, Natalie Cassandra, on Feb. 19 at Cottage Hospital, Woodsville. Maternal gran- dparents are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kauk of Lake Worth, Fla., formerly of Hill Top Acres here. Paternal gran- dparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Egger of Fishkill, N.Y. Town Topics Flocks of sea gulls have been seen recently at the town dump Roy Ames is back in town continuing his convalescence after his lengthy hospital stay. Snowmobile Club The Baker River Valley Snowmobile Club will meet at had two robins the other day Pinehaven Campground on Looking over a huge March 27 at 6:00 p.m. The snowdrift one can see Inka word is: bring your own rolls McDanelds' crocus bravely and hotdogs for a cook-out. showing against the warm More News wall of the barn. Also, sap is Mrs. Donald Campbell is running and syrup is being serving as nurse at the college made, the most official sign of infirmary. spring aroundhere. Did yon rummage yet? Ftremen's Banquet April 3 will soon be here. The The annual firemen's sale will be at the school from banquet was held at the 9 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. If you have V.F.W. Hall Saturday, March found anything -- bric-a-brac, 20with 53 members and guests skates, clothing (clean), sleds, Ryegate ,,,,, present. An excellent roast appliances- whatever. They beef dinner was served by can be left at Shawnee's Store, V.F.W. members and the Post Office, or the school. auxiliary. After dinner Chief Remember: The proceeds go Stiegler presented five year to thescbool and especially for pins to John Irwin and Wayne the sciencesink. McDanolds, 15 year pins to Sugaring Party Everett Sawyer and Robert An afternoon of fun through Clifford; 20 year pins to old time festivities is have been ordered by the PTF Ronald Keith, Douglas promised to all who attend the and will be on sale at the Bigelow and Norman Demers. Sugarin' "Off party to be held school sometime this spring. The first annual Fireman of next Saturday, March 27, from Little League basketball the Year Award was 2:00 to 7:00 at the home of Mr. finals were Friday night, esented to Rnnald Keith b and Mrs Daniel Sanborn' on closing a .. ason that began in CPrefStiegl .er Y Scheolue Hill. This is January, including chin A Certffkmteof RecognibY the Baker River ages nine to 13. was presented to the fire Bible Church. A covered dish Advent Church department by Bertha supper will he served at 5:00 On June l3 a new pastor will Arneburg of the VF.W. While all are welcome to the arrive for the Center Auxiliary Sugaring Off, those who would like to stay for the supper are N Members of the Ryegate 21arcella Iioffman Corner United Presbyterian ='='='= 764"7,5 Church's Christian Education Committee-- Stewart White, Margaret Nelson, Marsha Nelson, Rachel Gates, Florence Kinerson, ad Nancy Perkins-- met with Rev. Marion Redding at the Manse Thursday evening, March 11, for an organizational meeting. I II I I I invited to call Reverend Bruce Michaud at 9406. George Evers has been ill at Seeva SIare Memorial. Despite the still-deep snow, many sap buckets are up around town Harold Brown's sugar house is steaming away on Route 25. Corinth ...... Mary Fuilam Mary Fullam, a resident of Corinth, who spends her winters with her son, Rev. Everett Fullam, and family in Darien, Conn., traveled afar again. Many of you w!ll remember she was in Australia and New Zealand last year to celebrate her 89th birthday. This year, she was given a week in Jamaica for her 90th birthday. Both trips were gifts from Rev. Fullam. To make the trip very special, Rev. Fum arranged for his brother, Rex Fullam of Wellsville, N.Y., and his sister Virginia Robertson, of Montpelier, to join them. They stayed at a large hotel com- plex on Montego Bay. To quote Mary Fullam, "We rented a car for the entire week and greatly enjoyed touring around the island which is about 150 miles long and 50 miles wide. The scenery is unbelievably beautiful with mountains of volcanic origin which are higher than Mt. Mansfield. One mountain is higher than Mt Washington, well over 6,000 feet. "The day of my 90th bir- thday was one gloriously happy day from beginning to end Having just my own family with me for the entire week made it an experience never to be forgotten." Town Topics A birthday party for John Gokey, who is 15, was held at the home of his Aunt Marian Gokey Friday afternoon with 25 friends and relatives present. After a time of fun and games they sat down to a spaghetti supper and the traditional birthday cake and ice cream. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gokey and two children spent Sunday with his sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mclver in Marshfield. Friday overnight guests of Marian Gokey were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Prior of Bridgewater. New Baby Boy Mrs. Eugene Davis has received word of the birth of a grandson, Daniel Robert, born March 3 to Robert and Claire Blodgett of Blair, Okla. Robert is the son of Mrs. Davis from a former marriage. The couple has a four year old daughter, Angela. Sgt. Blodgett, who has been stationed at the Altos Air leanor Burroughs 4.b47 Force Base, Altus, Okla. for the past four years has received orders that he will be transferred to the Plattsburg Air Force Base. He expects to be home within the next six or seven weeks W. Corinth Dottle Norwood, long time friend of Susi Learmouth, and her two golden retrievers Katun and Keely were weekend visitors at the home of Susi and Jack Lesrmonth. It is reported that Katrun and Keely came to visit Jessica John Feuske and wife Marie Domininque Corkieres of Bton were recent overnight guests of Lyle ShePl.xson and Annick Leymarie. Susi Learmonth recently visited her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Otto Ehrentheil in Brighton, Mass. Her father bad just returned home after spending weeks in the hospital. Lisbon ..... ,,,', AVSCC Auction A Success There were 32 at the Ammonoosuc Valley Senior' meeting in the Lisbon Town Hall on March 17. Many wore green, and also were given green decorations crocheted by Beulah Foster. Each one had his own bag lunch with J)everages "on the house". Messages were read from Ida Wood who is in Hawaii, and Connie Hodge who stated she felt better. Oral messages of health news came from Genevieve Tewksbury, Elizabeth Heath, Charles Snell, Hilda Smith, George Baines, and Bertha Sweet. St. Patrick's was observed by having directions for making shamrocks easily, be seeing two "Irish" cards, and singing of Irish songs under the direction of Barbara Stimsou. The following also gained a door prize: F. Aldrich, O Hatch, E. Howland, M. Presby, J. Robinson, D. Wetherbee, V. Towle, E. Clough, B. Stimson, F. Lan- dry, A. Howland, M. Hunt, and L. McBuruey. The articles brought up by the members for the auction moved fast with the antics of W. FAIRLF00 Blessing On All Our Days May blessings be ours in the morning, May gladness be ours in the night. May the breezes but gently cas US And the sun give us softly its light. In stress, and in doubt and in danger True courage and faith may we know. And the Home Lights of God be our beacon, Wherever we stay or go. Brian O'Higgins "Only one who can see the invisible can do the im- possible." entertained at the Pot Luck Supper and meeting of the Catholic Women's Club in Wondsville Tuesday evening, March 16. The ladies played their musical in- struments-the baritone ukulele, guitar, and piano--and sang Irish songs and old favorites. Robert Wilcox and son Mrs. William Nelson joined Robert, Jr. were dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roy and and spent the day Sunday, Mrs. Roland Currier, all of March 14, with his parents Mr. Bath, N.H. for a day of skiing and Mrs. Walter Wilcox. at Bretton Woods, Wednesday, Marc Capelle, a junior at March 10. Columbia University in New Mrs. Edward McLure, Mrs. York City, arrived Saturday, Earl Frost, and Mrs. Henry March 13, to spend a week of Gates attended a workshop at spring vacation with his the Extension Office in St. cousins Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnsbury on "Sugar Eggs" Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. on two Wednesday evenings, Harold Nelson. March 10 and 17. Theh' will Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Smith share what they have learned from Barre were visitors of at the monthly meeting of the his aunt and uncle Mr. and local Extension Homemakers Mrs. Harry Ritchie Friday, March 25 at the home of Mrs. March 12, and took them to Leroy Nelson. lunch at the Coach and BMU Championship Paddock Restaurant in A number from the com-Woodsville. munity attended the Blue Kimberly and Jared Mountain Union -- W. Rutland McLure were overnight guests high school basketball game Wednesday, March 10, and in Barre Saturday, March 13, again Wednesday, March 17, and cheered the team as BMU of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson, captured the State Cham- pionship in their division. Town Topics Kimberly McLure was a luncheon guest and spent the Fourth Accident afternoon Saturday, March 13, A fourth "slip and fall" with AmandaBeauvals. must now be added to S. Mr. and Mrs. William Elder, Ryegate's lengthening list: Erica and Nelson from that of Marian Elliott, who Norfolk, Va., were overnight three weeks ago fell on her guests Sunday, March 14, of front steps and broke her g or::,ndrmr,nt ]r nd coccyx ("tailbone"). After a - B---.-.=:.-., -.:-. -.';'7 time of not sitting, except for is. Leroy hereon rney win- b .... ,,-- . ,, " net perloas on a aonut, be mowng to E Greenwich, she .... R I in earl - ri ...... m now recoverea arm nas ., y Pkp l Wnere 1111 . returned to her work at Cot- will be statmned m the U S ..... Navy They also spent the clay ta.g.e.,os, pita,... Frida March 12 with the wmme l,rost, me secOno on ... Y' . . .. 2. .. that list, is now back home, as esons, jomeu ny Mrs. terry f ........ O Nlarcn 13, Wnero s11e con- Heywood and son Jason from ..... Concord. unties to recover trom her Dinner guests Thursday, broken ankle with the aid of March 11, of Mr. and Mrs. her cast, a wheelchair and Walter Wilcox were their helpful "bringers-in" of wood daughter and son-in-law Mr. for her Jotul stove, which she and Mrs. Kenneth Maxfield is onceagaintending. from W. Fairlee. She also reports that three Mrs. Edward McLure and weeks ago, on Feb. 26, during the first part of her con- Miss Jeanette McLure are enrolled in the "Stress Management" classes for six weeks at Oxbow High School. The course is being taught by Victor Manz0n. Mrs. Guy Labounty, with Mrs. Elizabeth Lackie from N. Haverhill, and Mrs. Rita Lackie from Waodsville, t t , fancy Perkins 584-3611 Curfis, Andrea, and James. Mrs. Walter Main and Mrs. Harley Kaiser of Wells River spent the day Friday, March 12, in W. Lebanon, N.H., for a day of shopping. : Robert Nelson, Tracy and Jeremy from Lincoln, N.H., were Sunday dinner guests March 14, of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Curtis, Andrea, and James joined them for dessert of a birthday cake in honor of Gall Nelson's and Jeremy Nelson's birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson, Todd and Heldi from Milton and Miss Mary Nelson from Burlington were weekend guests March 13-14 of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson. Sunday they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter and Melissa for a birthday dinner honoring Hassall Nelson and Peter Gates Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson were supper guests Thursday evening, March 18, of their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter and Melissa in celebration of Peter's eighth birthday. S. Ryegate .......... " .... days, she likened to the three forms of water: ice and snow (God the Father), water (God the Son) and fog (God the Holy Spirit). . Outside the church mr several weeks now we've been valescence, when she was staying with her daughter, Lucinda Black, in Wesffield, Mass., she was visited by Connie Egner:,Davls ot tkff- field, Conn., daughter of former pastor John Egner. Town News Mr. and Mrs. Chester Elliott were visited over the weekend of March 13 by their daughter, Barbara Elliott, and friend of , Contoocook, N.H. QUOTE The Rev. Redding's "Those who are at war with children's sermon on Sunday, others are not at peace with March 14, was given to a themselves." trinity of children and was on William Hazlitt the Trinity, which, taking her cue from our weather these i .m i i i i I Hill i I II i Town News Those friends who wish to honor the memory of Erma Godfrey may do so by a gift to the Fairlee Federated Church in the care of James Bagley. The Sumner house seemed like a bee-hive this past weekend, very busy but fun. Jim and Pare Burr with Jennifer and Jamie of Orange, Vt. (and their big, black, silky dog, Tanya) were guests through Sunday. Saturday night, Gordon and Pare Cook with Jonathan and David, joined the others for supper and an early evening of interesting conversation and much friendly banter. Sunday morning, Jamie and Jennifer attended Sunday School with Barbara and were , .... - , lil i' " iliah Bedard joined later by Dad and Morn. s:ts-675 They are old friends at church Jim Morrison and ROy Curtis. where Jim has served us as One could bid on puzzles, minister many times in the handcrafts, ceramics, past and did so this Sunday jewelry, kitchenware, or food. while Pastor Gordon was A neat sum was realized, away. At dinner, in the af- Irene Doyle. The guests were daughter Joan Blandin and the grandchildren Carmen, Kesston and Donovan of Lebanon, with Marilyn O'Grady also of Lebanon. From Thetford there was Melanie Bailey, and one other lady, Marilyn's mother, Mrs. Josie Good came from Nor- wich. This dinner was an early birthday party for Kesston whose special day is Thur- sday, March 25, and she will be 15. A lovely birthday cake was made for the young lady by Mrs. Good. Doris Honig was at her home on Middle Brook this past week following a visit with Mrs. John Gregory in Dripping Spring, Texas. Mrs. Gregory will be remembered as Minnie, one of the three Southworth sisters (Minnie, Margaret and Dorothy) who were students of a former teacher, Freda Page Williams, in W. Fairlee Center. Alfred Slack with his sister, ternoon, Doris Patton joined the Burts and Barb for Vena Beehe, were in Lebanon another time of fellowship and on Tuesday the 16th, for lunch enjoyment. Then "Burt" and at Lander's Restaurant. family were "shooed" home The Patton house is a little The Lisbon Chamber of Commerse wrote of their Memorial Day weekend ar- ticles, and invited the Seniors to take part in their "Lilac Time" efforts. There will be a parade, games, and activities such as a flea market. An imignia for the club was suggested, and coloring shown. How to use one t-shirts, pins, etc. will be discussed next week. On March 24, the program will be "Aging" by Stephanie Eaton and Corinne Forgione. Each member is asked to bring bite-size finger food for the tasting party. If you wish to sell recipes of your food, .bring some. Game Day is planned for March 31, with prizes needed. April 7 will be 'the last catered dinner at 12:30. Preceding it will be the free Blood Pressure Clinic from 10:00 to 12:00 a.m. The following are celebrants: Mary DeSimone, Mary Fortier, Beulah Foster, Ida Gray, Maude Leleone, Eva Louden, Florence Wetherbee (99), and Doris Whitcomb. smaller than it used to be. One day last week Phoebe took the axe and headed through the barn to the woodshed. A minute later she returned to the kitchen and said, "Well Ma, the good news is, I don't have to split any more wood till next summer. The bad news is the woodshed caved in under the snow.". Hey, Doris, how are you going to boil down the rest of tbe sap? because of the coming storm and Doris and Barb "didup" the after dinner chores. This was a delightful weekend. Friendships are precious. On Sunday, Pastor Gordon Cook was guest preacher in The Church of the Servant in Burlington, which is served by Gordon's friend, Pastor Raymond Commeret. Pam, Jonathan and David ac- companied Gordon. They enjoyed lunch at the home of Boston Flower Show Trip Paul and Pat Carpenter of S. Tuesday. the 16th, was a Burlington, college friends, beautiful day to be treasured, with Steve and Meg O'Connor. as 40 friends from W. Fairlee Steve was Gordon's college and surrounding townsiofton roommate. They experienced a Vermont Transit chartered a wonderful day in spite of the bus from White River June- weather, tion for the Boston Flower Last week, the Wednesday Show on Commonwealth Pier. Fellowship studied the con- There were two other bus cept of being God's people, as loads, totaling 147 guys it unfolds throughout history gals, in all, offfora day of fun. in the Bible. It was a perfect, warm, smmy Sunday Dinner Party day, breakfast at Howard There was a Sunday Dinner Johnsons in Concord. Party at the home of Bill and No snow down below; "iermont The Post Office chimney blew off the week the owner of the building, Floyd Smith was in Florida. Postmaster Marge Wardrop has been on a vacation trip to Washington, D.C. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Snowman and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Waterman represented the Piermont Congregational Church at the installation of the minister in the W. Lebanon Congregational Church March 14. Brian French has been home for a visit before taking off for the Azores where he will be until his enlistment expires in July. David Ritchie was one of the young people representing New Hampshire at the American Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers Convention in Indianapolis, Feb. 11-13. Christine Winn, Jane Oakes, Nancy Underhill and Florence Bobbins were among those from Piermont who attended the Boston Flower Show. Donald Smith and Elaine Evans spent two days in Boston which also included the Flower Show. getting quite a bit of the first form (ice) resulting in at least two vehicles a Sunday getting stuck and in numerous helpful churchgoers getting good after-church exercise. Also adding to the scene are the ever.mounting mounds of snow, increasing the wind- barrier around the parking .Lee Dawley 584- THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS-- Pearl at the Piermont Town Meeting while Lawrence Underhill directs her to the ballot and sound of a robin St. Patrick's Day on the first of Will Curtis' "Nature Notes .... on "Across the Fence." Easter Egg Hum Mrs. Stephen Ross, Superintendent of the Sunday School, announces that all children in Sunday school are ::: invited to participate in an Easter Egg Hunt on April 3, the Saturday before Palm Sunday, from two to four at the church. This event is co- removers (or movers) of one of the mounds of snow into the entranceway on the Route 3 side of the church. It is for- tunate, therefore, that ff there is robe a ,alack" time for e ate, it should be now, in winter, when there would not be enough room for all of the church's fair- weather members' cars anyhow. Possibly, by the time these members return, from whatever more favorable climes they have fled to, this barrier will have melted, taking ice and parking problems with it, As it is, the only present sign of spring is an electronic one: the sight Barbara Sumner I IIII II I 333 4477 -gorgeous flowers, shrubs, and woodland settings complete with green, grass, trees and waterfalls in Boston; an ex- cellent dinner, as usual, at Tbompsons on the way home; shared jokes and laughter; singing e/the old songs with some harmony and three super bus drivers to "stear us right" and bring us safely home again. Katie Gibbs, you,ve wrapped up another successful one. This was the 50th year. Heart Fund The Heart Fund is still climbing. As of Sunday night we are pleased to report $249.00 and not all collections are in ! Special Church Meeting ' There will be a special church meeting at the home e/ Esther Hill this Friday evening at 7:50 p.m. All church members please plan to attend. Well, Irene Doyle and Barb Sumner were "in the road" again. A week ago, on Mon- day, they were off to Brad- ford; first to the Journal Opinion to drop off your news items; then to Western Auto to pick up an exercise bicycle (much needed) and, of course, to Hills, 5 and 10 which is a must when in Bradford. Next they were back in Pairlee at the bank, and, then on to the main objective -- lunch at E. sponsored by the Sunday school and Modern Woodmen i of America Insurance COm- lot, but decreasing the area pany, through its agent, available for parking. Harold Puffer, of Groton, as And, for some time now, it part of its program to provide ............. has been one-way entering worthwhile recreation and ': ....... ':: and leaving because of the stimulate hometown ac- ONE FINAL CHECK-- Piermont placement by town snow tivities. Mrs. Ross also hopes Check List takes one more look at the voters'l the hunt will be an exciting part of the holiday for the Town CierkO.T. Bradley walts children and a fun-filled .......................... ::;::::::: : reward for their attending church school faithfully . throughout the year. Lee Dawley son H,- came to an abrupt stop one mile west of Wells River at 3:45 p.m. Saturday, March 13, when they were met by one red firetruck, three yellow schoolbuses and countless cars, all with sirens screaming or horns blowing and lights flashing. It was soon apparent that this was no response to a fire or accident (and certainly no funeral procession), but a caravan of conquering heroes, the triumphant return of the Blue Mountain Bucks after their capture of the Division III state basketball crown in Barre. Ricking violation of state law, the two Dawleys resumed forward movement, waved and honked, but did not CASTING BALLOT IN PlERMONT-- flash, chairman  the Plermont School Board ...... " ballot to acting Ballot Clerk, James Wilson. COUNTING THE BALLOTS.-Piermont Ballot Clerks Robert Underbfll, Barbara Stevens, and Barbara Robb count ballots Meeting. Pearl Smith has her back to the camera. S. Newbury' " , ,,,,,, .... , ..... , Wedding program, spring will be On Saturday, March 13, Town Teples doesn't have to Jane Abbott, {formerly a Mrs. Williams is home three-quarters resident at Glendower Farm,) again, slowly recovering. She get his car out became the bride of Lawrence is very glad she did not have to Isabel WhitneY Sweatt. Both reside in Errol, have surgery, way Thefford Restaurant, where N.H. where Janeteact-tes.The The water content of the found she ey saw many friends, ceremony was performed at snow on the ground has been laundry basket mong these were Adele the home of her mother, Mrs. going down quite rapidly. It shed door. It Benjamin of S. Stratford and TrndyAbbott, in Norwich, Vt. decreased two inches in I0 stay last Sam  Farnbam of Thefford. The March t0 issue of days. small space for The girls (?) planned to visit Holstein World, under Huff John Smith had a gleam in cats Kathleen Bmd but found her Puff of Juliustown, N.J., his eye this eek that be 007 Sylvester gone, so stayed to "buzz" with Royce for an hour and a half and then home to get Bills' supper. Such a beautiful, warm, sunny fun filled day. Your correspondent lure no intnntionof interjecting her "jaunts" into the news unless "fillers" are needed to makeup a full column and someone else participates. So plemm phone .me friends, if you have been going places or doing something that is fun and interesting. Invitational Sale, carries a hasn't had all winter-- be was around picture of Ekolott Andrea ahead on his tree tapping. By full of self Apache Cinnamon, heifer Friday, however, he was a bit finally gave from the first litter of Roger discouraged at having to Cut a has been and Bunney Scott's new leaky tank before he could get Secret embryo transplant program, under way with boiling, considering From the same litter, one bull Charlie Cole has finished shredder! The calf has gone to Carnation, tapping also and is likewise him if Calif., and one to Quebec. tackling the next process. He attacked the S. Women's Fellowship is shorthanded this year as Office, there was On March 30, the Newbury nephew Steve is laid up with wood stove, and Congregational Women's two broken ankles and son-in- much faster Fellowship will meet at law Jerry is a full time far- destruction. Isabel's Whitney's. Pam mer. convinced. A Smith will present the Howard Herr says that really muke Page 6-The Journal Opinion-March 24, 1982 N Haverhill Marge Page, Marge War- drop and Dick Abbott attended the National League of Postmasters' Forum in Washington, D.C. for a four- day session. They went by Amtrak from White River Junction. Weekend guests of Miriam Lane to help celebrate her birthday included her brothers Marshall, Paul and Chet Sanborn, also Chet's wife Barbara and Miriam's daughters, Theda Wright and Pearl Reynolds. Another daughter and husband, Bea and Larry Gadbols, spent Saturday evening with them. George and Ida Carroll of .Ellington, Conn., visited his aunt Velma Lucas and Her- man last weekend. Phil and Rose Tucker have returned from ten days in the Virgin Islands. Progressive Club At the meeting of the Woodsville Progressive Club on March 15, Susan Spencer and Lynne Fabrizio spoke on the St Paul's School for Advanced Studies Also, the Progressive Club is spon- soring a fashion show for the benefit of the Scholarship Fund, at the Woodsville Elementary School on March 29 at 7:30. Refreshments and door prizes will be included. N Haverhill Girls' Club met at Dianna Brooks' home with nine present on March 17. The main topic of business was planning for a food booth on the new fairgrounds. With Dianna on committee were Mabel Clifford, Brenda Bigelow and Allegra Clarke. Winner of the mystery package was Terry Lang. Last Saturday five Senior Citizens, Carrie Conery, Pat Trevithick, Gertrude Brooks, Polly Smith and Edith Hen- son, attended a day's seminar on oral history at Plymouth State College. School News The children of James Morrill Elementary School have chosen blue and white as their school colors and the jusky as their mascot, to he featured on t-shirts which K..itharint Illai.deil 7,T-G315 Haverhill Advent Christian Church, Divid Magoon from Wentworth Rock Ridge, Ohio, a graduate of Berkshire Christian College, as is his wife, Roxanne. With them will he their eight-year-old daughter, Megin. Also, the church members are making plans for a new entryway for the church, which will include a lift for the DeMolay Week The week of March 14 through March 21 was proclaimed International DeMolay Week in Wentworth by the Selectmen. This is in handicapped. This will be memory of Rev. Ervin Lamphere, who originated the idea, and will be made possible by gifts which have been sent to the church in his memory. AARP Thirty-three members and guests of N. Haverhill AARP met at the VFW Hall on Thursday evening. A delicious potluck supper was served with Alice Girouard and Alma Granger as committee. The busineSs meeting was con- ducted by the president, Vernona Wallace. Ethel Fullerton, chairman of the food sale committee, an- nonnced that the food sale will be held at Ames Store in N. Haverhill on Saturday, April 3, starting at 10 a.m. All were disappointed at not having the program that bad been an- ticipated for the meeting. Signs of Spring Red wing blackbirds have been seen, and Mary Allbee in recognition of the DeMolays celebrating their 63rd aw niversary. John Thomson injured himself this week when he cut his arm with a power saw. He was treated at Lakes Region Hospital in Laconia. New Baby Girl Mr. and Mrs. Bob Egger became the parents of a daughter, Natalie Cassandra, on Feb. 19 at Cottage Hospital, Woodsville. Maternal gran- dparents are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kauk of Lake Worth, Fla., formerly of Hill Top Acres here. Paternal gran- dparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Egger of Fishkill, N.Y. Town Topics Flocks of sea gulls have been seen recently at the town dump Roy Ames is back in town continuing his convalescence after his lengthy hospital stay. Snowmobile Club The Baker River Valley Snowmobile Club will meet at had two robins the other day Pinehaven Campground on Looking over a huge March 27 at 6:00 p.m. The snowdrift one can see Inka word is: bring your own rolls McDanelds' crocus bravely and hotdogs for a cook-out. showing against the warm More News wall of the barn. Also, sap is Mrs. Donald Campbell is running and syrup is being serving as nurse at the college made, the most official sign of infirmary. spring aroundhere. Did yon rummage yet? Ftremen's Banquet April 3 will soon be here. The The annual firemen's sale will be at the school from banquet was held at the 9 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. If you have V.F.W. Hall Saturday, March found anything -- bric-a-brac, 20with 53 members and guests skates, clothing (clean), sleds, Ryegate ,,,,, present. An excellent roast appliances- whatever. They beef dinner was served by can be left at Shawnee's Store, V.F.W. members and the Post Office, or the school. auxiliary. After dinner Chief Remember: The proceeds go Stiegler presented five year to thescbool and especially for pins to John Irwin and Wayne the sciencesink. McDanolds, 15 year pins to Sugaring Party Everett Sawyer and Robert An afternoon of fun through Clifford; 20 year pins to old time festivities is have been ordered by the PTF Ronald Keith, Douglas promised to all who attend the and will be on sale at the Bigelow and Norman Demers. Sugarin' "Off party to be held school sometime this spring. The first annual Fireman of next Saturday, March 27, from Little League basketball the Year Award was 2:00 to 7:00 at the home of Mr. finals were Friday night, esented to Rnnald Keith b and Mrs Daniel Sanborn' on closing a .. ason that began in CPrefStiegl .er Y Scheolue Hill. This is January, including chin A Certffkmteof RecognibY the Baker River ages nine to 13. was presented to the fire Bible Church. A covered dish Advent Church department by Bertha supper will he served at 5:00 On June l3 a new pastor will Arneburg of the VF.W. While all are welcome to the arrive for the Center Auxiliary Sugaring Off, those who would like to stay for the supper are N Members of the Ryegate 21arcella Iioffman Corner United Presbyterian ='='='= 764"7,5 Church's Christian Education Committee-- Stewart White, Margaret Nelson, Marsha Nelson, Rachel Gates, Florence Kinerson, ad Nancy Perkins-- met with Rev. Marion Redding at the Manse Thursday evening, March 11, for an organizational meeting. I II I I I invited to call Reverend Bruce Michaud at 9406. George Evers has been ill at Seeva SIare Memorial. Despite the still-deep snow, many sap buckets are up around town Harold Brown's sugar house is steaming away on Route 25. Corinth ...... Mary Fuilam Mary Fullam, a resident of Corinth, who spends her winters with her son, Rev. Everett Fullam, and family in Darien, Conn., traveled afar again. Many of you w!ll remember she was in Australia and New Zealand last year to celebrate her 89th birthday. This year, she was given a week in Jamaica for her 90th birthday. Both trips were gifts from Rev. Fullam. To make the trip very special, Rev. Fum arranged for his brother, Rex Fullam of Wellsville, N.Y., and his sister Virginia Robertson, of Montpelier, to join them. They stayed at a large hotel com- plex on Montego Bay. To quote Mary Fullam, "We rented a car for the entire week and greatly enjoyed touring around the island which is about 150 miles long and 50 miles wide. The scenery is unbelievably beautiful with mountains of volcanic origin which are higher than Mt. Mansfield. One mountain is higher than Mt Washington, well over 6,000 feet. "The day of my 90th bir- thday was one gloriously happy day from beginning to end Having just my own family with me for the entire week made it an experience never to be forgotten." Town Topics A birthday party for John Gokey, who is 15, was held at the home of his Aunt Marian Gokey Friday afternoon with 25 friends and relatives present. After a time of fun and games they sat down to a spaghetti supper and the traditional birthday cake and ice cream. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gokey and two children spent Sunday with his sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mclver in Marshfield. Friday overnight guests of Marian Gokey were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Prior of Bridgewater. New Baby Boy Mrs. Eugene Davis has received word of the birth of a grandson, Daniel Robert, born March 3 to Robert and Claire Blodgett of Blair, Okla. Robert is the son of Mrs. Davis from a former marriage. The couple has a four year old daughter, Angela. Sgt. Blodgett, who has been stationed at the Altos Air leanor Burroughs 4.b47 Force Base, Altus, Okla. for the past four years has received orders that he will be transferred to the Plattsburg Air Force Base. He expects to be home within the next six or seven weeks W. Corinth Dottle Norwood, long time friend of Susi Learmouth, and her two golden retrievers Katun and Keely were weekend visitors at the home of Susi and Jack Lesrmonth. It is reported that Katrun and Keely came to visit Jessica John Feuske and wife Marie Domininque Corkieres of Bton were recent overnight guests of Lyle ShePl.xson and Annick Leymarie. Susi Learmonth recently visited her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Otto Ehrentheil in Brighton, Mass. Her father bad just returned home after spending weeks in the hospital. Lisbon ..... ,,,', AVSCC Auction A Success There were 32 at the Ammonoosuc Valley Senior' meeting in the Lisbon Town Hall on March 17. Many wore green, and also were given green decorations crocheted by Beulah Foster. Each one had his own bag lunch with J)everages "on the house". Messages were read from Ida Wood who is in Hawaii, and Connie Hodge who stated she felt better. Oral messages of health news came from Genevieve Tewksbury, Elizabeth Heath, Charles Snell, Hilda Smith, George Baines, and Bertha Sweet. St. Patrick's was observed by having directions for making shamrocks easily, be seeing two "Irish" cards, and singing of Irish songs under the direction of Barbara Stimsou. The following also gained a door prize: F. Aldrich, O Hatch, E. Howland, M. Presby, J. Robinson, D. Wetherbee, V. Towle, E. Clough, B. Stimson, F. Lan- dry, A. Howland, M. Hunt, and L. McBuruey. The articles brought up by the members for the auction moved fast with the antics of W. FAIRLF00 Blessing On All Our Days May blessings be ours in the morning, May gladness be ours in the night. May the breezes but gently cas US And the sun give us softly its light. In stress, and in doubt and in danger True courage and faith may we know. And the Home Lights of God be our beacon, Wherever we stay or go. Brian O'Higgins "Only one who can see the invisible can do the im- possible." entertained at the Pot Luck Supper and meeting of the Catholic Women's Club in Wondsville Tuesday evening, March 16. The ladies played their musical in- struments-the baritone ukulele, guitar, and piano--and sang Irish songs and old favorites. Robert Wilcox and son Mrs. William Nelson joined Robert, Jr. were dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roy and and spent the day Sunday, Mrs. Roland Currier, all of March 14, with his parents Mr. Bath, N.H. for a day of skiing and Mrs. Walter Wilcox. at Bretton Woods, Wednesday, Marc Capelle, a junior at March 10. Columbia University in New Mrs. Edward McLure, Mrs. York City, arrived Saturday, Earl Frost, and Mrs. Henry March 13, to spend a week of Gates attended a workshop at spring vacation with his the Extension Office in St. cousins Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnsbury on "Sugar Eggs" Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. on two Wednesday evenings, Harold Nelson. March 10 and 17. Theh' will Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Smith share what they have learned from Barre were visitors of at the monthly meeting of the his aunt and uncle Mr. and local Extension Homemakers Mrs. Harry Ritchie Friday, March 25 at the home of Mrs. March 12, and took them to Leroy Nelson. lunch at the Coach and BMU Championship Paddock Restaurant in A number from the com-Woodsville. munity attended the Blue Kimberly and Jared Mountain Union -- W. Rutland McLure were overnight guests high school basketball game Wednesday, March 10, and in Barre Saturday, March 13, again Wednesday, March 17, and cheered the team as BMU of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson, captured the State Cham- pionship in their division. Town Topics Kimberly McLure was a luncheon guest and spent the Fourth Accident afternoon Saturday, March 13, A fourth "slip and fall" with AmandaBeauvals. must now be added to S. Mr. and Mrs. William Elder, Ryegate's lengthening list: Erica and Nelson from that of Marian Elliott, who Norfolk, Va., were overnight three weeks ago fell on her guests Sunday, March 14, of front steps and broke her g or::,ndrmr,nt ]r nd coccyx ("tailbone"). After a - B---.-.=:.-., -.:-. -.';'7 time of not sitting, except for is. Leroy hereon rney win- b .... ,,-- . ,, " net perloas on a aonut, be mowng to E Greenwich, she .... R I in earl - ri ...... m now recoverea arm nas ., y Pkp l Wnere 1111 . returned to her work at Cot- will be statmned m the U S ..... Navy They also spent the clay ta.g.e.,os, pita,... Frida March 12 with the wmme l,rost, me secOno on ... Y' . . .. 2. .. that list, is now back home, as esons, jomeu ny Mrs. terry f ........ O Nlarcn 13, Wnero s11e con- Heywood and son Jason from ..... Concord. unties to recover trom her Dinner guests Thursday, broken ankle with the aid of March 11, of Mr. and Mrs. her cast, a wheelchair and Walter Wilcox were their helpful "bringers-in" of wood daughter and son-in-law Mr. for her Jotul stove, which she and Mrs. Kenneth Maxfield is onceagaintending. from W. Fairlee. She also reports that three Mrs. Edward McLure and weeks ago, on Feb. 26, during the first part of her con- Miss Jeanette McLure are enrolled in the "Stress Management" classes for six weeks at Oxbow High School. The course is being taught by Victor Manz0n. Mrs. Guy Labounty, with Mrs. Elizabeth Lackie from N. Haverhill, and Mrs. Rita Lackie from Waodsville, t t , fancy Perkins 584-3611 Curfis, Andrea, and James. Mrs. Walter Main and Mrs. Harley Kaiser of Wells River spent the day Friday, March 12, in W. Lebanon, N.H., for a day of shopping. : Robert Nelson, Tracy and Jeremy from Lincoln, N.H., were Sunday dinner guests March 14, of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Curtis, Andrea, and James joined them for dessert of a birthday cake in honor of Gall Nelson's and Jeremy Nelson's birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson, Todd and Heldi from Milton and Miss Mary Nelson from Burlington were weekend guests March 13-14 of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson. Sunday they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter and Melissa for a birthday dinner honoring Hassall Nelson and Peter Gates Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson were supper guests Thursday evening, March 18, of their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter and Melissa in celebration of Peter's eighth birthday. S. Ryegate .......... " .... days, she likened to the three forms of water: ice and snow (God the Father), water (God the Son) and fog (God the Holy Spirit). . Outside the church mr several weeks now we've been valescence, when she was staying with her daughter, Lucinda Black, in Wesffield, Mass., she was visited by Connie Egner:,Davls ot tkff- field, Conn., daughter of former pastor John Egner. Town News Mr. and Mrs. Chester Elliott were visited over the weekend of March 13 by their daughter, Barbara Elliott, and friend of , Contoocook, N.H. QUOTE The Rev. Redding's "Those who are at war with children's sermon on Sunday, others are not at peace with March 14, was given to a themselves." trinity of children and was on William Hazlitt the Trinity, which, taking her cue from our weather these i .m i i i i I Hill i I II i Town News Those friends who wish to honor the memory of Erma Godfrey may do so by a gift to the Fairlee Federated Church in the care of James Bagley. The Sumner house seemed like a bee-hive this past weekend, very busy but fun. Jim and Pare Burr with Jennifer and Jamie of Orange, Vt. (and their big, black, silky dog, Tanya) were guests through Sunday. Saturday night, Gordon and Pare Cook with Jonathan and David, joined the others for supper and an early evening of interesting conversation and much friendly banter. Sunday morning, Jamie and Jennifer attended Sunday School with Barbara and were , .... - , lil i' " iliah Bedard joined later by Dad and Morn. s:ts-675 They are old friends at church Jim Morrison and ROy Curtis. where Jim has served us as One could bid on puzzles, minister many times in the handcrafts, ceramics, past and did so this Sunday jewelry, kitchenware, or food. while Pastor Gordon was A neat sum was realized, away. At dinner, in the af- Irene Doyle. The guests were daughter Joan Blandin and the grandchildren Carmen, Kesston and Donovan of Lebanon, with Marilyn O'Grady also of Lebanon. From Thetford there was Melanie Bailey, and one other lady, Marilyn's mother, Mrs. Josie Good came from Nor- wich. This dinner was an early birthday party for Kesston whose special day is Thur- sday, March 25, and she will be 15. A lovely birthday cake was made for the young lady by Mrs. Good. Doris Honig was at her home on Middle Brook this past week following a visit with Mrs. John Gregory in Dripping Spring, Texas. Mrs. Gregory will be remembered as Minnie, one of the three Southworth sisters (Minnie, Margaret and Dorothy) who were students of a former teacher, Freda Page Williams, in W. Fairlee Center. Alfred Slack with his sister, ternoon, Doris Patton joined the Burts and Barb for Vena Beehe, were in Lebanon another time of fellowship and on Tuesday the 16th, for lunch enjoyment. Then "Burt" and at Lander's Restaurant. family were "shooed" home The Patton house is a little The Lisbon Chamber of Commerse wrote of their Memorial Day weekend ar- ticles, and invited the Seniors to take part in their "Lilac Time" efforts. There will be a parade, games, and activities such as a flea market. An imignia for the club was suggested, and coloring shown. How to use one t-shirts, pins, etc. will be discussed next week. On March 24, the program will be "Aging" by Stephanie Eaton and Corinne Forgione. Each member is asked to bring bite-size finger food for the tasting party. If you wish to sell recipes of your food, .bring some. Game Day is planned for March 31, with prizes needed. April 7 will be 'the last catered dinner at 12:30. Preceding it will be the free Blood Pressure Clinic from 10:00 to 12:00 a.m. The following are celebrants: Mary DeSimone, Mary Fortier, Beulah Foster, Ida Gray, Maude Leleone, Eva Louden, Florence Wetherbee (99), and Doris Whitcomb. smaller than it used to be. One day last week Phoebe took the axe and headed through the barn to the woodshed. A minute later she returned to the kitchen and said, "Well Ma, the good news is, I don't have to split any more wood till next summer. The bad news is the woodshed caved in under the snow.". Hey, Doris, how are you going to boil down the rest of tbe sap? because of the coming storm and Doris and Barb "didup" the after dinner chores. This was a delightful weekend. Friendships are precious. On Sunday, Pastor Gordon Cook was guest preacher in The Church of the Servant in Burlington, which is served by Gordon's friend, Pastor Raymond Commeret. Pam, Jonathan and David ac- companied Gordon. They enjoyed lunch at the home of Boston Flower Show Trip Paul and Pat Carpenter of S. Tuesday. the 16th, was a Burlington, college friends, beautiful day to be treasured, with Steve and Meg O'Connor. as 40 friends from W. Fairlee Steve was Gordon's college and surrounding townsiofton roommate. They experienced a Vermont Transit chartered a wonderful day in spite of the bus from White River June- weather, tion for the Boston Flower Last week, the Wednesday Show on Commonwealth Pier. Fellowship studied the con- There were two other bus cept of being God's people, as loads, totaling 147 guys it unfolds throughout history gals, in all, offfora day of fun. in the Bible. It was a perfect, warm, smmy Sunday Dinner Party day, breakfast at Howard There was a Sunday Dinner Johnsons in Concord. Party at the home of Bill and No snow down below; "iermont The Post Office chimney blew off the week the owner of the building, Floyd Smith was in Florida. Postmaster Marge Wardrop has been on a vacation trip to Washington, D.C. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Snowman and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Waterman represented the Piermont Congregational Church at the installation of the minister in the W. Lebanon Congregational Church March 14. Brian French has been home for a visit before taking off for the Azores where he will be until his enlistment expires in July. David Ritchie was one of the young people representing New Hampshire at the American Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers Convention in Indianapolis, Feb. 11-13. Christine Winn, Jane Oakes, Nancy Underhill and Florence Bobbins were among those from Piermont who attended the Boston Flower Show. Donald Smith and Elaine Evans spent two days in Boston which also included the Flower Show. getting quite a bit of the first form (ice) resulting in at least two vehicles a Sunday getting stuck and in numerous helpful churchgoers getting good after-church exercise. Also adding to the scene are the ever.mounting mounds of snow, increasing the wind- barrier around the parking .Lee Dawley 584- THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS-- Pearl at the Piermont Town Meeting while Lawrence Underhill directs her to the ballot and sound of a robin St. Patrick's Day on the first of Will Curtis' "Nature Notes .... on "Across the Fence." Easter Egg Hum Mrs. Stephen Ross, Superintendent of the Sunday School, announces that all children in Sunday school are ::: invited to participate in an Easter Egg Hunt on April 3, the Saturday before Palm Sunday, from two to four at the church. This event is co- removers (or movers) of one of the mounds of snow into the entranceway on the Route 3 side of the church. It is for- tunate, therefore, that ff there is robe a ,alack" time for e ate, it should be now, in winter, when there would not be enough room for all of the church's fair- weather members' cars anyhow. Possibly, by the time these members return, from whatever more favorable climes they have fled to, this barrier will have melted, taking ice and parking problems with it, As it is, the only present sign of spring is an electronic one: the sight Barbara Sumner I IIII II I 333 4477 -gorgeous flowers, shrubs, and woodland settings complete with green, grass, trees and waterfalls in Boston; an ex- cellent dinner, as usual, at Tbompsons on the way home; shared jokes and laughter; singing e/the old songs with some harmony and three super bus drivers to "stear us right" and bring us safely home again. Katie Gibbs, you,ve wrapped up another successful one. This was the 50th year. Heart Fund The Heart Fund is still climbing. As of Sunday night we are pleased to report $249.00 and not all collections are in ! Special Church Meeting ' There will be a special church meeting at the home e/ Esther Hill this Friday evening at 7:50 p.m. All church members please plan to attend. Well, Irene Doyle and Barb Sumner were "in the road" again. A week ago, on Mon- day, they were off to Brad- ford; first to the Journal Opinion to drop off your news items; then to Western Auto to pick up an exercise bicycle (much needed) and, of course, to Hills, 5 and 10 which is a must when in Bradford. Next they were back in Pairlee at the bank, and, then on to the main objective -- lunch at E. sponsored by the Sunday school and Modern Woodmen i of America Insurance COm- lot, but decreasing the area pany, through its agent, available for parking. Harold Puffer, of Groton, as And, for some time now, it part of its program to provide ............. has been one-way entering worthwhile recreation and ': ....... ':: and leaving because of the stimulate hometown ac- ONE FINAL CHECK-- Piermont placement by town snow tivities. Mrs. Ross also hopes Check List takes one more look at the voters'l the hunt will be an exciting part of the holiday for the Town CierkO.T. Bradley walts children and a fun-filled .......................... ::;::::::: : reward for their attending church school faithfully . throughout the year. Lee Dawley son H,- came to an abrupt stop one mile west of Wells River at 3:45 p.m. Saturday, March 13, when they were met by one red firetruck, three yellow schoolbuses and countless cars, all with sirens screaming or horns blowing and lights flashing. It was soon apparent that this was no response to a fire or accident (and certainly no funeral procession), but a caravan of conquering heroes, the triumphant return of the Blue Mountain Bucks after their capture of the Division III state basketball crown in Barre. Ricking violation of state law, the two Dawleys resumed forward movement, waved and honked, but did not CASTING BALLOT IN PlERMONT-- flash, chairman  the Plermont School Board ...... " ballot to acting Ballot Clerk, James Wilson. COUNTING THE BALLOTS.-Piermont Ballot Clerks Robert Underbfll, Barbara Stevens, and Barbara Robb count ballots Meeting. Pearl Smith has her back to the camera. S. Newbury' " , ,,,,,, .... , ..... , Wedding program, spring will be On Saturday, March 13, Town Teples doesn't have to Jane Abbott, {formerly a Mrs. Williams is home three-quarters resident at Glendower Farm,) again, slowly recovering. She get his car out became the bride of Lawrence is very glad she did not have to Isabel WhitneY Sweatt. Both reside in Errol, have surgery, way Thefford Restaurant, where N.H. where Janeteact-tes.The The water content of the found she ey saw many friends, ceremony was performed at snow on the ground has been laundry basket mong these were Adele the home of her mother, Mrs. going down quite rapidly. It shed door. It Benjamin of S. Stratford and TrndyAbbott, in Norwich, Vt. decreased two inches in I0 stay last Sam  Farnbam of Thefford. The March t0 issue of days. small space for The girls (?) planned to visit Holstein World, under Huff John Smith had a gleam in cats Kathleen Bmd but found her Puff of Juliustown, N.J., his eye this eek that be 007 Sylvester gone, so stayed to "buzz" with Royce for an hour and a half and then home to get Bills' supper. Such a beautiful, warm, sunny fun filled day. Your correspondent lure no intnntionof interjecting her "jaunts" into the news unless "fillers" are needed to makeup a full column and someone else participates. So plemm phone .me friends, if you have been going places or doing something that is fun and interesting. Invitational Sale, carries a hasn't had all winter-- be was around picture of Ekolott Andrea ahead on his tree tapping. By full of self Apache Cinnamon, heifer Friday, however, he was a bit finally gave from the first litter of Roger discouraged at having to Cut a has been and Bunney Scott's new leaky tank before he could get Secret embryo transplant program, under way with boiling, considering From the same litter, one bull Charlie Cole has finished shredder! The calf has gone to Carnation, tapping also and is likewise him if Calif., and one to Quebec. tackling the next process. He attacked the S. Women's Fellowship is shorthanded this year as Office, there was On March 30, the Newbury nephew Steve is laid up with wood stove, and Congregational Women's two broken ankles and son-in- much faster Fellowship will meet at law Jerry is a full time far- destruction. Isabel's Whitney's. Pam mer. convinced. A Smith will present the Howard Herr says that really muke