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Page 6-The Journal Oplnion-Marll 31, 19. Ry .I,ee Dawley S. egate , Recent hospital admissions two winter meetings of the which seems to be: "If you're N Haverhill --------- are: Margaret Davidson, who Bread and Law Task Force the right kind of loon, you can Brian and Roxanne entered Cottage Hospital hoard of, directors, drove to live forever." March 23 and was transferred Barre March 22 for a more Sign of Spring Copeland and daughter Kelli spent the weekend at the home the next day to MHMH, adequate, in-person ap- Another signofspringisthe of his parents, Marge and Hanover, where she was pearance at a spring meeting fireworks display the Norman Russell Page. Darrell placed in the intensive-care of this board. Bone family put on above their unit; Natalie Towle, who was Upon their daughter and sugarhouse that same night, a Copeland was also home from UNH. in CottageHospitalMarch23- sister Andrea's recom- display that was of no alarm to Eight members of the 25 for tests ; and Janet Drown, mendation, Lee and Janice the Bones since the roof is Senior Citizens' ,rts and who was, and may still be, in Dawley celebrated the first safely covered with tin and the Crafts group went shopping at NVRH, St. Johnsbury, for day of spring March 20 by building is isolated enough for Fontaine's Craft Shop in tests. joining the throng of North this phenomenon to not he a Lebanon, enjoyed a Chinese Elisworth Frost was in Country residents who con- danger to other buildings, but dinner at China Lite in W. Lyndonville March 23 for a verged on and in the Jax Jr. to at least one less-informed Lebanon, and shopped at the monthly meeting of the IOOF. Theatre in Littleton that night hoserver, passing by, this Plaza. He was also in Chester March to see "On Golden Pond." striking display of sparks Pat Trevithick was hostess 14 for a meeting of the IOOF's Unlike the audience Andrea against the evening sky, was at the VIS card party. Grace eye bank committee, was a part of three weeks alarming enough to prompt a Green held first place, second The library's officers had before, the audience this night call to the fire department, S. ,their monthly meeting March (the result of pring fever?) Ryegate's own, which was Janne Home and low 23. laughed rather than gasped in responded in timely fashion scorer was Emily Metcalf. Linda Keith of N. Haverhill, daughter of Mrs. Wilbur McLam, was a recent visitor flying leap off the front of his being done as usual this time of Hazel Rosa. boat into the rockier part of of year. John Fenske and wife Marie Lee Dawley, having par- the pond. All turned out well The Bones, also in timely - Dominique Corbiere of ticipated--inadequately, he both nights, however, in this fashion, informed other fire Boston, her mother Fabienne thought--by teleconference in film, the unspoken message of departments at the ready that Corbiere and grandmother there was no need to respond Germaine Bureez both of S Newbury '"" IsabeiWhitney to this routine rite Sf spring.organistless Marie'sParis' FranCe,cousin andNicholasalSo 866-5675 The Church service March Chapdelaine of Montreal, Three Smits and three vestry. Some very interesting 21 was again of the visited friends in this area this Grows left Friday morning innovations are planned to organistless- a service that past weekend. While here, with other members of the involve all members, was, because of that "lack," a they stayed at the Ding-Dong Oxbow senior band, to play in Cousin Steve Cole (as delight to some and a House. Monday forenoon, the a band exchange concert at distinguished from Brother displeasure to others. The ladies met at Windswept Pilgrim School, Warwick, R.I. Steve) is beginning to be able Rev. Redding's sermon that Acres where the topic of They will stay two nights with to hobble around a hit in spite day was the third and last of a conversation was the making host families, of two broken ankles and series on Christ's temptation of quilts and quilting. New Neighbors broken leg. He is able to drive in the wilderness, a series More News Our now neighbors, Bob and a little. Kim Gray, are featured in the spring issue of Vermont Life. The article is all about their former operation in Hartland, Vt. Their new home in S. Ncwbury has the same name as their old one. 4ners Farm. "Unfortunately," Kim says sadly, "Vermont Life doesn't say where we are now." It is good to see Jack and June Thomas home after three weeks in sunny Florida. Fourteen members of the First Congregational Church met Thursday evening in the N Katharine Biaisde!t 7874;315 In the "Believe it or not" department: Mary Allbee has had her first dandelion greens already. Can spring be far behind? From the Advent Christian Church in Center Haverhill, a correction states that the daughter of their new minister who is coming is eight months old, not eight years. Also, when the new minister comes in June, Rev. Christine Quimby and Jewell and Dan Lamphere will be needing a house or apartment to rent somewhere in the vicinity, and would appreciate help in locating one. Their phone is 787-6218. alarm when Henry Fonda took only to find that there was no leanor Burroughs his climactic involuntary crisis and that sugaring was Corinth ' ,a. remarkable for its non- Shirley Eastman was ad- 007 Sylvester has been inclusion of any reference to mitred to Central Vermont engaged in a week-long battle the greatest "sermon" on the Hospital Monday. On Tuesday lit is not over yet) with the subject ever written, that of she underwent surgery. National Survey of non- "the Grand Inquisitor" from Professor Charles and denominated stamps. Dostoyevsky's The Brothers Someone out there is trying to Karamazov. get him to commit himself to a Easter messages were large order of same, based on available in envelopes after large supply sent him ar- the service, telling of the Palm bitrarily. Sylvester has dug Sunday service April 4, the his claws in. His arguments is Maundy Thurston service (at that if they want to put him 7:00inS. Ryegate) April8and down for more stamps than he the sunrise (at 6:30) and needs, so be it, but not under Easter services April 11, at his signature. His pawprint is the latter of which the full of integrity, not to he Sacrament of Baptism will he lightly used. celebrated and the con- ,,tella Knapp firmation class and new members will he received into E. CORINTH n, Ill I I r|:'|'576" the fellowship of the church. Mr. and Mrs. William at uvM and other friends in Frank Davis, supply pastor Strang of Winooski were the city. for the Ryegate churches for March 20 weekend guests of Church News most of 1980, wrote recently to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. The steeple lighting at the inform one and all that on Feb. James Hood. church for this week is given 21 he vas ordained to the Mrs. Stella McLam in honor of Dr. J. Lyle ministry by the Presbyteryof returned home from McCorison in celebration of Pittsburgh and that he is now Terryville, Conn his 80th birthday by Dr. and a part-time pastor to mem- bers of the Hoboken Presbyterian Church of Mrs. Wendell McLam. New members will be taken Blawnox, Pa. His other part- Mrs. Edith Emerson ac- in for church membership at time activity is studying for a companied three of her the Maundy Thursday service Ph.D. in counseling at daughters, Mrs. Gloria which begins at 7:30 p.m. ,Duquesne University. His Williams of Bradford, Mrs. Anyone wishing to join the E. wife, Kristin, has a full-time Martha Smith of Orfordville, Corinth church at this time position as pastor of a Committee is being formed; N.H. and Mrs.FlorenceWelch should contact the Rev. Lutheran church on the other and a committee to plan for of Wells River, to N. Brook- Richard White very soon. side of the city of Pittsburgh. the insignia. field, Mass., where they at- Easter Services Either of the Revs. Davis can The following were winners tended a retirement party for -- 6:00 a.m.: Sunrise Ser. he reached at: 54 Hiland Ave., of interesting door prizes: E. their brother-in-law, and vice at the Grace Hutchinson Emsworth, PA 15202. Clough, M. Marcoux, M. Hunt, uncle, William Emerson. Also home on Taplin Hill; attending were Otis and -- 7:00 a.m.: Easter Break. Topshamr ,, Gertrudelloage Barbara Emerson of Brad- fast in E. Corinth Church 439-.M22 a.m.: Morning Mr. and Mrs. Vergil Welch, S. Ryegate visited at the home of the Welch Family in town on Sunday. Several from town attended the wedding anniversary reception held in E. Corinth on Sunday to honor Mr. and Mrs. ford. Vestry; Mark Hood spent last -- 11:00 weekend in Burlington where Worship. he visited his brother, David Beth Nelson I 757-3429 Wooclsville Valerie Scott and family of Precott, Ontario spent part of last week with her parents John and Doris Klein. Mrs. Joyce Chapman of W. Lebanon, and Mrs. Margaret Wilmot of Hanover, N.H., were Sunday visitors at the home of their parents George and Bernice Hastings. On Thursday, Marci 18 a picnic was held at Taylor Park in Largo, FI. with 19 present from E. Corinth. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Worthley of Dade City; Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCoy and Mrs. Iola Car- penter of Largo; Mrs. Mar- jorie Metcalf, Mrs. Hazel Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. AI Grinnell and Rosalie Jewell all of St. Petersburg; Mrs. Grete Jackman of Clearwater Beach, Mrs. Dorothy Ken- nedy) Cummingham of Newport Richey; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parker and Mrs. Florence Lafley of Holiday; and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Holland and Verna Wright of Dunedin. A beautiful day and a grand get together of visiting was had with some who hadn't met for many years. A St. Patrick's birthday cake for Helen McCoy and Mary Holland was served and enjoyed by all. March 20. Ross-Wood Past 20 Lisbon. ,,,., Tasting Party a Treat There were 35 Ammonoosuc Valley Seniors and two guests (Ethel Dodge and Stephanie Eaton) at the March 24 meeting in the Lisbon Town Hall. Allan Clements was welcomed back from Florida. Margaret Baker wrote her thanks for cards while hospitalized; Jim and Margaret Butson hope to be hack by April 7 or 8; and Fran Schneider plans to celebrate her birth month with us on May 5 for helping at the Blood Pressure Clinic. A "Ways and Means" Ralph Hedge is visiting relatives in Florida and plans to return to Washington Area with his Aunt Ethel Dodge. Several from town were in Bradford attending the Farm Show this weekend. Mrs. Helen Frost returned home from a visit in Brandon. She was visited by her daughter Janet and family this weekend. The Civil Board of Authority met at the Town Clerks Office on Tuesday evening. Dorothy Miller has been visiting her brothers. Frank and Frederick. Sympathy Exnded Mr. and tMrs. Guy Welch were in E. Barre to attend the funeral of Mrs. Welches grandmother, Mrs. Florida Chaioux on Wednesday, the sympathy of the community is extended to the family. Jonothan Fox, Manchester. N.H.. visited his grandmother, Mrs. Mildred Fox over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roborge and daughter were in Boston, Mass., over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spooner and son, Graniteville visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith on Sunday Booster Club Banquet William Heidem'eich. The Booster Club Banquet Michael Emerson left this will be held on April 3 at the past week to go to Fork Knox, Community Building to Kentucky for National Guard recognize students who have training. received various honors or Cindy Hodge was home and awards. Former Celtics coach spent the weekend with her Tom Hineson will be the parents, Mr. and Mrs. George speaker. In the afternoon on Hodge. the same day Hinesen will Several from town attended holds clinic, the state employees Credit News Briefs Union Meeting on Monday Ralph (Sonny) Hudson wM evening in Barre. Also the recipient of the first members of the Williamstowr/ savings bond at the now Credit Union attended their Pleasant St. Laundromat. annual meeting on Saturday Softball League evening in Brookfleld. The Wells River Valley A Chinese Auction was held Softball League held a buffet at the Union 36 School on and dance on March 27 from Saturday evening. Birthday Party iess-Wood Post 20 American Legion celebrated its annual Birthday Party and Past Commanders' Night on March 20 with a social time followed by a buffet supper and dancing to the music of "The Kings and a Queen". There was a good crowd for the occasion. Woodsvtlle High School An exchange concert with Woodsville High School and Lincoln Academy of Newcastle, Me., was held at the Community Building on March 20 with a variety of music. Car Wash The Haverhill Police 6:00 p.m. to I:00 a.m. at the Mr. and Mrs. Seymore Department held a Car Wash Community Building. There Brown have returned home at the Fire Station on a sunny will also be a nfffle, from a trip to the south and mid-west. George Hodge and Stanley Mrs, Esther Johnsm Smith have been home from :t:rt-!r/o4 their work at Dizie Bobbin Co. Charles Currier was a Easter isComing presently of Lebanon, N.H., is business caller in Wondsville Easter dates of the having a home built on lower on Friday. Federa ted Church to Main Street. remember are: Palm Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flanders service at 10:00a.m. as wellas attended the Flower Show in Wentworth Marcella,offma, the sacrement of Holy Bap Boston, Mass., Saturday, tism, followed by the Rite of March 13. Youth Fellowship Confirmation; Maundy Mr. and Mrs. Maurice The first meeting of the Thursday, April 8, Holy DurginweroinPortland, Me, newly formed area Youth Communion and Tenebray at for several days recently, Fellowship was held Sunday 7:30 p.m.; Good Friday, an called there on the death of evening March 28 at the informal service at 12:00 Mr Durgin's step-mother, Wentworth Congregational noon; Saturday, the church Mrs. Nellie Durgin. Church. Mrs. Guy Sanborn will be open for the bringing of Spring is Near assisted. Easter plants; Easter Sunday, Cowbirds, grackles, and The officers are" president, April 11, will start with the starlings have been sighted in Chris Wendell; vice president, sunrise service at the Lake town, a sign that spring really Jessie Borger: Karen Morey boat landing at 6:30 iscoming. Fournier, secretary; Peter a.m., followed by Easter EdueaflouWorkshops Simano, treasurer. Each week 0reakfast at the Town Hall The 37th annual educational a different member is from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m. This is conference was held at Lake responsible for the program. sponsored by the youth group. Morey Inn Thursday, March Debbie Mech Steward has rne Easter service will be at 18. The workshops were led by been on leave in Europe. 10:00 am, All are welcome to various people from Vermont Mr. and Mrs. Emery Ber. all of these observances.  agencies and associations, nier were in Boston last Town Topics Town officers from town who weekend, attending a showing Mr. ChaHes Harrington, of attended were Shirley Boiles, of fall clothing styles. Crown Point, N.Y., visited Maurean Gatto,Peter Lange, Cancer crusade Pastor Arthur Bagley over the Shirley Grey, Jane The Cancer Crusade will weekend. Cramer, Arthur and James start Hds week and crusaders Mr. Rudi Gautreau, Bagley. will be calling, Memorial 764-5795 cards are availabJe from them. Special letters will be sent to local businesses. Crusade chairman here is Marcella Hoffmann. Judy Pease spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clark in Portland, Me. The Clarkes formerly lived on Stanyan Hill. Dinner Basket Hildah Bedard 838-6725 I. Gray, H. Bronson, H. Spooner, M Presby, D. Whitcomb, F. Landry, M. Lytle, H. Bedard, and A Clement. Budget Cuts Stephanie Eaton visited to speak on 1283 Federal Budget cuts, and their impact on Older Americans Act Programs. Meals on Wheels and Meals where people congregate will certainly be cut, with FJeral and State funds lost-being $440,346 Stephanie also brought a list of Senators and Representatives aqd their addresses. The tasting party was like a feast--varied and bountiful. Crax with tasty coverings, doughnuts, cookies, brownies, cake were just a few, and plenty was left over. Next week, March 31, Game Day will be held, with prizes needed. Also, the April Bir- thday Luncheon, a catered meals will have an honored guest, the oldest inhabitant of Lisbon, Mrs. Florence Wetherbee, an AVSCC member. Rebekahs Resumed The Gertrude Bell Lyman Rehekahs planned to resume their meetings the first Thursday of March after a two-month hiatus, but along came another storm, so visitation was postponed until the evening of April I. The second March meeting was held at Mr and Mrs. Earl Barretts on March 18, with Noble Grand Gertrude Merrill conducting the meeting. There were several com- munications, after which Program Chairman Hildah Bedard presented a resume of dates and resume of events while there were no meetings. New Year's resolutions were the same -- just needed dusting off. On Jan. 14, Earl Barrett became 94, and also the oldest living male Rebekah of the Lisbon Lodge. Sister Bedard has been the oldest living "Sister" of the same lodge, a member for 55 years in May. The Groundhog, Cupid, Edison, Lincoln, and Washington provided material for quizes, with members flunking only one question of 30. Cute stories led to Town Meeting, Town Reports, and St. Patrick's. The Barretts and Daicys served sand- wiches, cake, and ice cream during the social hour. BMU KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION Tickets went on sale this',WELLS RIVER-- Blue week for the Easter dinner. basket being prepared by the Mountain Union School Moosilauke tlealth Center Kindergarten registration will Auxiliary and Board. Drawing be held for children born in the willbe April 7 at 7:30 at a joint year of 1977 on Wednesday and meeting of the two groups at Thursday, April 7 and 8. You the center. The basket will can sign up from 9:00 to 11:00 include a 10 pound Gould ham, a.m and 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on vegetables, fruit, candy, both days at the Blue Moun- desserts, coffee  all for 50 fain School building. Parents cents. Proeeeds of the sale will are asked to" bring the be used to defray expenses at children's birth certificate (please turn to Page 1)  and immunization records. W. FAIRI,F,E Day by Day You've got to learn to give before You earn the right to take. Who doesn't bend before the wind, Is mighty apt to break. Just as a rose needs sunlight, To nourish tender shoots, So each of us needs love to grow, Beginning at the roots. ---Grace E. Easley Breaking Point Even a perfect egg must break for new life to he born. --Edward Gloeggler The highest level of learning is to act on what we know. Town Topics The Special Church Meeting held at the home of Esther Hill on Friday evening culminated in a surprise party for four people. Dodie and Maurice Tucker celebrated their 42nd anniversary on Wednesday the 24th and Ruth and Jack Jason's birthdays were Friday and Saturday the 26th and 27th. So, Esther and friends pulled a "fast one" on the four and presented them with a beautifully decorated sheet cake with ac- companying refreshments. They also recei;ed cards and many wishes for happiness from their friends. Last Wednesday was a busy and enjoyable day for Irene Doyle. She was joined by Lois Doyle and they drove to Woodsville where they picked up Joan Parker. The three girls lunched at the Happy Hour Restaurant in Wells River after which they visited Betty Gardner at The Little Jennie Nursery in Piermont. They made the loop back to Woodsville to leave Joan and then back .home to West Fairlee and the Ken Doyle farm. Mr. and Mrs. George Boyd with daughters, Stephanie and Nancy arrived in W. Fairlee to stay with Esther Hill from Sunday, March 14 to Friday the 19th, when they returned home to Austin, Texas. Edith Ackerman of Fairlee called on Irene Doyle on Thursday. The evening of that same day Bill and Irene enjoyed supper at the home of their daughter Joan with her family in Lebanon, after which they all attended a school concert. This consisted of choral groups and a band in which Carmen plays the clarinet. Esther Hill has resigned as substitute mail carrier as of March 19. Shirley Stever has assumed the vacant position. Jack and Ruth Jackson left Thursday, March 18 for Fremont, N.H., to visit their daughter and son-in-law Rev. and Mrs. Thomas E. Thies. On Saturday they were joined by a daughter and husband, Joan and Charles Mabey of Natick, Mass.; a granddaughter COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES FAIRLEE-- A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will he at the Fairlee Town Hall on Tuesday, April 5 from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. The nurse will he checking for diabetes, hypertension and weight problems. Dianna and husband of Bowling Stever farm Framingham, Mass.; and Thursday is the regular club Q three miles. daughter and husband, Judith howling day. The flu "bug" Pete Slack's and Wendell Forsman with had caught Bey Dexter last Aaron Eastman three children Natalie, Jason week so Pam Cook "subbed" spent the and Todd. This was a for her, taking Jonathan and Friday night celebration of the family David along. Barb picked up with his March birthdays, the three of them at Twin Ginny and Ken The remainder of the week State Lanes and they were off It's a treat for a was occupied with Bible to Papa Gino's for pizza; then visit at a farm. Study, a trip to Manchester, a hair styling for Pare at Vena Beehe N.H. and a night out for dinner at The Ponderosa in Salem, N.H. They also joined with the congregation of the Fremont Methodist Church, attending an evening service with a Lay Missionary in Music, Wilbur Sayles of Austin, Minn. After a busy and rewarding week they arrived home last Thursday. Library News There has been a change in the open Library Day from Thursday to Friday. The hours will continue to be 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. If you are unable to be there during that time Great Lengths; next, some get out shopping of course; an "ice but she did cream at A and W followed by visit, by l a visit to the airport to finish Kathleen the day and home with two cester, Mass., very sleepy small boys. afternoon. Gordon and Ruth South- Maurice and worth visited his sister and were dinner husband Gertrude and Jim Hill on Sunday Barber at Maple Manor in W. Restaurant in Lebanon. This was last was in Tuesday. 42nd' Then on Saturday Ruthie's Rev. and Mrs. brother, Richard Waterman of Thies of Middlebury came to spend the visited her uncle weekend. The three attended Alfred and the funeral service for Gladys Sunday and Mond Goodell in Union Village in the home on TuesdaY. please call Darlene Cook for a afternoon. special appointment, 333-9382. On Sunday, Ruth and Your Heart More News Gordon were pleased by a visit is pleased to Esther was on the R.F.D. of their daughter and donations to with Shirley Stever Tuesday husband, Jane and Earl reached afternoon the 23rd to assist her Brown of Bradford. will be in learning the route. Last Thursday being such a Sympathy Last Wednesday, Pare lovely day drew the shoppers Sympathy Cook, with David and out, also the cross country friend, Mrs. Anna Jonathan, spent the day in skiers. Middle Brook residents the residents of W. Quechee at the home of Sue at the Plaza were Ruth and the loss of her Coombs. This was the regular Gordon Southworth with dear friend, meeting day of the Barbara and Alfred Slack. Langerhaus. Mrs. Congregational Church Ladies When asked why she was not late Mr. Fisher Bible Class. It was held at there also, Ginny Southworth Langerhans Sue's home that day so Pam said she was skiing with Leslie Fairlee from enjoyed the company of other Taylor. They made a round make their home friends trip to the lake, back to the 1959. Bradford Curt and Luann Rich and children Heather and Eric of Brocton, Mass.. spent a few days with her mother Lucy Furman this past week. Also here was son Frank Furman of the U.S. Navy. After his marriage he returngd to Charlotte, S. Carolina. He was just transferred from Newport, R.I., as the ship he was on had just been decommissioned. Saturday guests at Mrs. Furman's were Frank and Katherine Blanchard of Windsor and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Shatney and daughters of Greensboro Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Cole recently spent a few days in the Philadelphia area where they met their daughter, Saroh, who had flown in from San Francisco. Sarah was to be interviewed for a special course she wants in order to qualify as a physicians assistant. They visited places of historical interest in Philadelphia. They also called  on Mrs. Florence Hoff of Mulliea Hill, N.J., a former Bradford resident. Donald Richardson sur- prised his mother Virginia with a visit from Saudia Arabia. Donnie flow in on the 14th. Virginia with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fortier drove to Bradley Airport on the 26th -- where Donald left to return home. Mr. and Mrs. Fortier and Mrs. Richardson then spent two days in New Britian, Conn., with two other sisters. Methodist Women Methodist Women will host Vir the Easter Breakfast at 7:00 donuts, blueberry a.m. on April 11 at the coffee, tea Methodist vestry, buffet style. Donations will Mrs. Corrine Brown is $3.00; chairing the project. $1.50. She is delegating specific The Youth jobs to different persons, char Among them will be Chief Milton and Cook --Jerry Humphrey. with were at the Hilltop helpers Ross Kinney, Larry in Barre Cook and Ken Brown. The dinner. This was menu consists of fresh fruit party for cup, orange juice, scrambled Marshfield, eggs, country fried potato, worked with ham, sausage, oatmeal, ElectricCom GIRL SCOUT WEEK-- Girl Scout Week I 1 was celebrated with a get together of three troops, parents and former leaderS. thday cake was made by the Junior Brownies opened the evening with a fla followed by a skit from the Juniors Shearer was honored for more than 25 as our Brownie Leader. Maria Gibbs, from Swift Water Council, was also Juanita. iermont P New Son Ar Mr. and Mrs. Sa (Cynthia Piro) ar a son, Tyler March 21. He Emily and a bro Grandparents ar Mrs. Edgar Must and Mr. and Piero, Barre. Mrs. E. E. by a dog the day before her Historical Society lively hour ' WestfalliMarionMusty)ishis daughter's wedding. It is Four members of the farm great grandmother. Correna Underhill and Jeffry Duhe were married in Piermont Congregational Church, March 20 in the presence of the immediate families by the Rev. Robert Robb. A family luncheon followed at the home of the bride's parents, the Lawrence Underhilis. Spelling Bee Carl Huse represented the Piermont Village School in the Grafton County Spelling Contest in Lebanon, March 14. Libya Slide Show A slide show on Libya furnished a rare treat as the program at the jMareh meeting of  the Social Club. Oliver Cole of Franconia was 'stationed there with the Exxon Corporation and his wife taught in the American School. The slides were ex- cellent and informative, adding tO the pleasant evening in the home of James and Charlotte Wilson with Anna nos_'andtsWarren Williams as co- Esther LaPierre, teacher in the Piermont School for a number of years, is seriously ill in a Vermont hospital. Her address is Box 68, Graniteville, Vt.. 05654. ironic because Nancy has Piermont Historical Society bottle tried to get the town's leash attended the Oral History by Ai, Abigall law implemented which Workshop at Plymouth and Calvin cannot be done without a dog- College, March 20. They were noon, their catcher. Vincent Tomes of Orford, and at school for In her accident, the dog was Arnold Shields, Agnes Perkins hour, has the in its own home and the law and Florence Robbins of ready and would have made no dif-Piermont. It was an out-forint heir choreS. FEEDING TIME-- The cbildrea come home from school at noo a goats. The bottles are warm and ready for the baby goats. ShoWn  Abigail Metcalf, Calvin Underbill, Asa Metoaif, and AI Metall. .above feeding, they fed 23 baby goats (kids). Male goats the Metcalf Farm are sold to a Greek buyer for moat. Females are i herd, Page 6-The Journal Oplnion-Marll 31, 19. Ry .I,ee Dawley S. egate , Recent hospital admissions two winter meetings of the which seems to be: "If you're N Haverhill --------- are: Margaret Davidson, who Bread and Law Task Force the right kind of loon, you can Brian and Roxanne entered Cottage Hospital hoard of, directors, drove to live forever." March 23 and was transferred Barre March 22 for a more Sign of Spring Copeland and daughter Kelli spent the weekend at the home the next day to MHMH, adequate, in-person ap- Another signofspringisthe of his parents, Marge and Hanover, where she was pearance at a spring meeting fireworks display the Norman Russell Page. Darrell placed in the intensive-care of this board. Bone family put on above their unit; Natalie Towle, who was Upon their daughter and sugarhouse that same night, a Copeland was also home from UNH. in CottageHospitalMarch23- sister Andrea's recom- display that was of no alarm to Eight members of the 25 for tests ; and Janet Drown, mendation, Lee and Janice the Bones since the roof is Senior Citizens' ,rts and who was, and may still be, in Dawley celebrated the first safely covered with tin and the Crafts group went shopping at NVRH, St. Johnsbury, for day of spring March 20 by building is isolated enough for Fontaine's Craft Shop in tests. joining the throng of North this phenomenon to not he a Lebanon, enjoyed a Chinese Elisworth Frost was in Country residents who con- danger to other buildings, but dinner at China Lite in W. Lyndonville March 23 for a verged on and in the Jax Jr. to at least one less-informed Lebanon, and shopped at the monthly meeting of the IOOF. Theatre in Littleton that night hoserver, passing by, this Plaza. He was also in Chester March to see "On Golden Pond." striking display of sparks Pat Trevithick was hostess 14 for a meeting of the IOOF's Unlike the audience Andrea against the evening sky, was at the VIS card party. Grace eye bank committee, was a part of three weeks alarming enough to prompt a Green held first place, second The library's officers had before, the audience this night call to the fire department, S. ,their monthly meeting March (the result of pring fever?) Ryegate's own, which was Janne Home and low 23. laughed rather than gasped in responded in timely fashion scorer was Emily Metcalf. Linda Keith of N. Haverhill, daughter of Mrs. Wilbur McLam, was a recent visitor flying leap off the front of his being done as usual this time of Hazel Rosa. boat into the rockier part of of year. John Fenske and wife Marie Lee Dawley, having par- the pond. All turned out well The Bones, also in timely - Dominique Corbiere of ticipated--inadequately, he both nights, however, in this fashion, informed other fire Boston, her mother Fabienne thought--by teleconference in film, the unspoken message of departments at the ready that Corbiere and grandmother there was no need to respond Germaine Bureez both of S Newbury '"" IsabeiWhitney to this routine rite Sf spring.organistless Marie'sParis' FranCe,cousin andNicholasalSo 866-5675 The Church service March Chapdelaine of Montreal, Three Smits and three vestry. Some very interesting 21 was again of the visited friends in this area this Grows left Friday morning innovations are planned to organistless- a service that past weekend. While here, with other members of the involve all members, was, because of that "lack," a they stayed at the Ding-Dong Oxbow senior band, to play in Cousin Steve Cole (as delight to some and a House. Monday forenoon, the a band exchange concert at distinguished from Brother displeasure to others. The ladies met at Windswept Pilgrim School, Warwick, R.I. Steve) is beginning to be able Rev. Redding's sermon that Acres where the topic of They will stay two nights with to hobble around a hit in spite day was the third and last of a conversation was the making host families, of two broken ankles and series on Christ's temptation of quilts and quilting. New Neighbors broken leg. He is able to drive in the wilderness, a series More News Our now neighbors, Bob and a little. Kim Gray, are featured in the spring issue of Vermont Life. The article is all about their former operation in Hartland, Vt. Their new home in S. Ncwbury has the same name as their old one. 4ners Farm. "Unfortunately," Kim says sadly, "Vermont Life doesn't say where we are now." It is good to see Jack and June Thomas home after three weeks in sunny Florida. Fourteen members of the First Congregational Church met Thursday evening in the N Katharine Biaisde!t 7874;315 In the "Believe it or not" department: Mary Allbee has had her first dandelion greens already. Can spring be far behind? From the Advent Christian Church in Center Haverhill, a correction states that the daughter of their new minister who is coming is eight months old, not eight years. Also, when the new minister comes in June, Rev. Christine Quimby and Jewell and Dan Lamphere will be needing a house or apartment to rent somewhere in the vicinity, and would appreciate help in locating one. Their phone is 787-6218. alarm when Henry Fonda took only to find that there was no leanor Burroughs his climactic involuntary crisis and that sugaring was Corinth ' ,a. remarkable for its non- Shirley Eastman was ad- 007 Sylvester has been inclusion of any reference to mitred to Central Vermont engaged in a week-long battle the greatest "sermon" on the Hospital Monday. On Tuesday lit is not over yet) with the subject ever written, that of she underwent surgery. National Survey of non- "the Grand Inquisitor" from Professor Charles and denominated stamps. Dostoyevsky's The Brothers Someone out there is trying to Karamazov. get him to commit himself to a Easter messages were large order of same, based on available in envelopes after large supply sent him ar- the service, telling of the Palm bitrarily. Sylvester has dug Sunday service April 4, the his claws in. His arguments is Maundy Thurston service (at that if they want to put him 7:00inS. Ryegate) April8and down for more stamps than he the sunrise (at 6:30) and needs, so be it, but not under Easter services April 11, at his signature. His pawprint is the latter of which the full of integrity, not to he Sacrament of Baptism will he lightly used. celebrated and the con- ,,tella Knapp firmation class and new members will he received into E. CORINTH n, Ill I I r|:'|'576" the fellowship of the church. Mr. and Mrs. William at uvM and other friends in Frank Davis, supply pastor Strang of Winooski were the city. for the Ryegate churches for March 20 weekend guests of Church News most of 1980, wrote recently to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. The steeple lighting at the inform one and all that on Feb. James Hood. church for this week is given 21 he vas ordained to the Mrs. Stella McLam in honor of Dr. J. Lyle ministry by the Presbyteryof returned home from McCorison in celebration of Pittsburgh and that he is now Terryville, Conn his 80th birthday by Dr. and a part-time pastor to mem- bers of the Hoboken Presbyterian Church of Mrs. Wendell McLam. New members will be taken Blawnox, Pa. His other part- Mrs. Edith Emerson ac- in for church membership at time activity is studying for a companied three of her the Maundy Thursday service Ph.D. in counseling at daughters, Mrs. Gloria which begins at 7:30 p.m. ,Duquesne University. His Williams of Bradford, Mrs. Anyone wishing to join the E. wife, Kristin, has a full-time Martha Smith of Orfordville, Corinth church at this time position as pastor of a Committee is being formed; N.H. and Mrs.FlorenceWelch should contact the Rev. Lutheran church on the other and a committee to plan for of Wells River, to N. Brook- Richard White very soon. side of the city of Pittsburgh. the insignia. field, Mass., where they at- Easter Services Either of the Revs. Davis can The following were winners tended a retirement party for -- 6:00 a.m.: Sunrise Ser. he reached at: 54 Hiland Ave., of interesting door prizes: E. their brother-in-law, and vice at the Grace Hutchinson Emsworth, PA 15202. Clough, M. Marcoux, M. Hunt, uncle, William Emerson. Also home on Taplin Hill; attending were Otis and -- 7:00 a.m.: Easter Break. Topshamr ,, Gertrudelloage Barbara Emerson of Brad- fast in E. Corinth Church 439-.M22 a.m.: Morning Mr. and Mrs. Vergil Welch, S. Ryegate visited at the home of the Welch Family in town on Sunday. Several from town attended the wedding anniversary reception held in E. Corinth on Sunday to honor Mr. and Mrs. ford. Vestry; Mark Hood spent last -- 11:00 weekend in Burlington where Worship. he visited his brother, David Beth Nelson I 757-3429 Wooclsville Valerie Scott and family of Precott, Ontario spent part of last week with her parents John and Doris Klein. Mrs. Joyce Chapman of W. Lebanon, and Mrs. Margaret Wilmot of Hanover, N.H., were Sunday visitors at the home of their parents George and Bernice Hastings. On Thursday, Marci 18 a picnic was held at Taylor Park in Largo, FI. with 19 present from E. Corinth. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Worthley of Dade City; Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCoy and Mrs. Iola Car- penter of Largo; Mrs. Mar- jorie Metcalf, Mrs. Hazel Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. AI Grinnell and Rosalie Jewell all of St. Petersburg; Mrs. Grete Jackman of Clearwater Beach, Mrs. Dorothy Ken- nedy) Cummingham of Newport Richey; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parker and Mrs. Florence Lafley of Holiday; and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Holland and Verna Wright of Dunedin. A beautiful day and a grand get together of visiting was had with some who hadn't met for many years. A St. Patrick's birthday cake for Helen McCoy and Mary Holland was served and enjoyed by all. March 20. Ross-Wood Past 20 Lisbon. ,,,., Tasting Party a Treat There were 35 Ammonoosuc Valley Seniors and two guests (Ethel Dodge and Stephanie Eaton) at the March 24 meeting in the Lisbon Town Hall. Allan Clements was welcomed back from Florida. Margaret Baker wrote her thanks for cards while hospitalized; Jim and Margaret Butson hope to be hack by April 7 or 8; and Fran Schneider plans to celebrate her birth month with us on May 5 for helping at the Blood Pressure Clinic. A "Ways and Means" Ralph Hedge is visiting relatives in Florida and plans to return to Washington Area with his Aunt Ethel Dodge. Several from town were in Bradford attending the Farm Show this weekend. Mrs. Helen Frost returned home from a visit in Brandon. She was visited by her daughter Janet and family this weekend. The Civil Board of Authority met at the Town Clerks Office on Tuesday evening. Dorothy Miller has been visiting her brothers. Frank and Frederick. Sympathy Exnded Mr. and tMrs. Guy Welch were in E. Barre to attend the funeral of Mrs. Welches grandmother, Mrs. Florida Chaioux on Wednesday, the sympathy of the community is extended to the family. Jonothan Fox, Manchester. N.H.. visited his grandmother, Mrs. Mildred Fox over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roborge and daughter were in Boston, Mass., over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spooner and son, Graniteville visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith on Sunday Booster Club Banquet William Heidem'eich. The Booster Club Banquet Michael Emerson left this will be held on April 3 at the past week to go to Fork Knox, Community Building to Kentucky for National Guard recognize students who have training. received various honors or Cindy Hodge was home and awards. Former Celtics coach spent the weekend with her Tom Hineson will be the parents, Mr. and Mrs. George speaker. In the afternoon on Hodge. the same day Hinesen will Several from town attended holds clinic, the state employees Credit News Briefs Union Meeting on Monday Ralph (Sonny) Hudson wM evening in Barre. Also the recipient of the first members of the Williamstowr/ savings bond at the now Credit Union attended their Pleasant St. Laundromat. annual meeting on Saturday Softball League evening in Brookfleld. The Wells River Valley A Chinese Auction was held Softball League held a buffet at the Union 36 School on and dance on March 27 from Saturday evening. Birthday Party iess-Wood Post 20 American Legion celebrated its annual Birthday Party and Past Commanders' Night on March 20 with a social time followed by a buffet supper and dancing to the music of "The Kings and a Queen". There was a good crowd for the occasion. Woodsvtlle High School An exchange concert with Woodsville High School and Lincoln Academy of Newcastle, Me., was held at the Community Building on March 20 with a variety of music. Car Wash The Haverhill Police 6:00 p.m. to I:00 a.m. at the Mr. and Mrs. Seymore Department held a Car Wash Community Building. There Brown have returned home at the Fire Station on a sunny will also be a nfffle, from a trip to the south and mid-west. George Hodge and Stanley Mrs, Esther Johnsm Smith have been home from :t:rt-!r/o4 their work at Dizie Bobbin Co. Charles Currier was a Easter isComing presently of Lebanon, N.H., is business caller in Wondsville Easter dates of the having a home built on lower on Friday. Federa ted Church to Main Street. remember are: Palm Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flanders service at 10:00a.m. as wellas attended the Flower Show in Wentworth Marcella,offma, the sacrement of Holy Bap Boston, Mass., Saturday, tism, followed by the Rite of March 13. Youth Fellowship Confirmation; Maundy Mr. and Mrs. Maurice The first meeting of the Thursday, April 8, Holy DurginweroinPortland, Me, newly formed area Youth Communion and Tenebray at for several days recently, Fellowship was held Sunday 7:30 p.m.; Good Friday, an called there on the death of evening March 28 at the informal service at 12:00 Mr Durgin's step-mother, Wentworth Congregational noon; Saturday, the church Mrs. Nellie Durgin. Church. Mrs. Guy Sanborn will be open for the bringing of Spring is Near assisted. Easter plants; Easter Sunday, Cowbirds, grackles, and The officers are" president, April 11, will start with the starlings have been sighted in Chris Wendell; vice president, sunrise service at the Lake town, a sign that spring really Jessie Borger: Karen Morey boat landing at 6:30 iscoming. Fournier, secretary; Peter a.m., followed by Easter EdueaflouWorkshops Simano, treasurer. Each week 0reakfast at the Town Hall The 37th annual educational a different member is from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m. This is conference was held at Lake responsible for the program. sponsored by the youth group. Morey Inn Thursday, March Debbie Mech Steward has rne Easter service will be at 18. The workshops were led by been on leave in Europe. 10:00 am, All are welcome to various people from Vermont Mr. and Mrs. Emery Ber. all of these observances.  agencies and associations, nier were in Boston last Town Topics Town officers from town who weekend, attending a showing Mr. ChaHes Harrington, of attended were Shirley Boiles, of fall clothing styles. Crown Point, N.Y., visited Maurean Gatto,Peter Lange, Cancer crusade Pastor Arthur Bagley over the Shirley Grey, Jane The Cancer Crusade will weekend. Cramer, Arthur and James start Hds week and crusaders Mr. Rudi Gautreau, Bagley. will be calling, Memorial 764-5795 cards are availabJe from them. Special letters will be sent to local businesses. Crusade chairman here is Marcella Hoffmann. Judy Pease spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clark in Portland, Me. The Clarkes formerly lived on Stanyan Hill. Dinner Basket Hildah Bedard 838-6725 I. Gray, H. Bronson, H. Spooner, M Presby, D. Whitcomb, F. Landry, M. Lytle, H. Bedard, and A Clement. Budget Cuts Stephanie Eaton visited to speak on 1283 Federal Budget cuts, and their impact on Older Americans Act Programs. Meals on Wheels and Meals where people congregate will certainly be cut, with FJeral and State funds lost-being $440,346 Stephanie also brought a list of Senators and Representatives aqd their addresses. The tasting party was like a feast--varied and bountiful. Crax with tasty coverings, doughnuts, cookies, brownies, cake were just a few, and plenty was left over. Next week, March 31, Game Day will be held, with prizes needed. Also, the April Bir- thday Luncheon, a catered meals will have an honored guest, the oldest inhabitant of Lisbon, Mrs. Florence Wetherbee, an AVSCC member. Rebekahs Resumed The Gertrude Bell Lyman Rehekahs planned to resume their meetings the first Thursday of March after a two-month hiatus, but along came another storm, so visitation was postponed until the evening of April I. The second March meeting was held at Mr and Mrs. Earl Barretts on March 18, with Noble Grand Gertrude Merrill conducting the meeting. There were several com- munications, after which Program Chairman Hildah Bedard presented a resume of dates and resume of events while there were no meetings. New Year's resolutions were the same -- just needed dusting off. On Jan. 14, Earl Barrett became 94, and also the oldest living male Rebekah of the Lisbon Lodge. Sister Bedard has been the oldest living "Sister" of the same lodge, a member for 55 years in May. The Groundhog, Cupid, Edison, Lincoln, and Washington provided material for quizes, with members flunking only one question of 30. Cute stories led to Town Meeting, Town Reports, and St. Patrick's. The Barretts and Daicys served sand- wiches, cake, and ice cream during the social hour. BMU KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION Tickets went on sale this',WELLS RIVER-- Blue week for the Easter dinner. basket being prepared by the Mountain Union School Moosilauke tlealth Center Kindergarten registration will Auxiliary and Board. Drawing be held for children born in the willbe April 7 at 7:30 at a joint year of 1977 on Wednesday and meeting of the two groups at Thursday, April 7 and 8. You the center. The basket will can sign up from 9:00 to 11:00 include a 10 pound Gould ham, a.m and 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on vegetables, fruit, candy, both days at the Blue Moun- desserts, coffee  all for 50 fain School building. Parents cents. Proeeeds of the sale will are asked to" bring the be used to defray expenses at children's birth certificate (please turn to Page 1)  and immunization records. W. FAIRI,F,E Day by Day You've got to learn to give before You earn the right to take. Who doesn't bend before the wind, Is mighty apt to break. Just as a rose needs sunlight, To nourish tender shoots, So each of us needs love to grow, Beginning at the roots. ---Grace E. Easley Breaking Point Even a perfect egg must break for new life to he born. --Edward Gloeggler The highest level of learning is to act on what we know. Town Topics The Special Church Meeting held at the home of Esther Hill on Friday evening culminated in a surprise party for four people. Dodie and Maurice Tucker celebrated their 42nd anniversary on Wednesday the 24th and Ruth and Jack Jason's birthdays were Friday and Saturday the 26th and 27th. So, Esther and friends pulled a "fast one" on the four and presented them with a beautifully decorated sheet cake with ac- companying refreshments. They also recei;ed cards and many wishes for happiness from their friends. Last Wednesday was a busy and enjoyable day for Irene Doyle. She was joined by Lois Doyle and they drove to Woodsville where they picked up Joan Parker. The three girls lunched at the Happy Hour Restaurant in Wells River after which they visited Betty Gardner at The Little Jennie Nursery in Piermont. They made the loop back to Woodsville to leave Joan and then back .home to West Fairlee and the Ken Doyle farm. Mr. and Mrs. George Boyd with daughters, Stephanie and Nancy arrived in W. Fairlee to stay with Esther Hill from Sunday, March 14 to Friday the 19th, when they returned home to Austin, Texas. Edith Ackerman of Fairlee called on Irene Doyle on Thursday. The evening of that same day Bill and Irene enjoyed supper at the home of their daughter Joan with her family in Lebanon, after which they all attended a school concert. This consisted of choral groups and a band in which Carmen plays the clarinet. Esther Hill has resigned as substitute mail carrier as of March 19. Shirley Stever has assumed the vacant position. Jack and Ruth Jackson left Thursday, March 18 for Fremont, N.H., to visit their daughter and son-in-law Rev. and Mrs. Thomas E. Thies. On Saturday they were joined by a daughter and husband, Joan and Charles Mabey of Natick, Mass.; a granddaughter COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES FAIRLEE-- A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will he at the Fairlee Town Hall on Tuesday, April 5 from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. The nurse will he checking for diabetes, hypertension and weight problems. Dianna and husband of Bowling Stever farm Framingham, Mass.; and Thursday is the regular club Q three miles. daughter and husband, Judith howling day. The flu "bug" Pete Slack's and Wendell Forsman with had caught Bey Dexter last Aaron Eastman three children Natalie, Jason week so Pam Cook "subbed" spent the and Todd. This was a for her, taking Jonathan and Friday night celebration of the family David along. Barb picked up with his March birthdays, the three of them at Twin Ginny and Ken The remainder of the week State Lanes and they were off It's a treat for a was occupied with Bible to Papa Gino's for pizza; then visit at a farm. Study, a trip to Manchester, a hair styling for Pare at Vena Beehe N.H. and a night out for dinner at The Ponderosa in Salem, N.H. They also joined with the congregation of the Fremont Methodist Church, attending an evening service with a Lay Missionary in Music, Wilbur Sayles of Austin, Minn. After a busy and rewarding week they arrived home last Thursday. Library News There has been a change in the open Library Day from Thursday to Friday. The hours will continue to be 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. If you are unable to be there during that time Great Lengths; next, some get out shopping of course; an "ice but she did cream at A and W followed by visit, by l a visit to the airport to finish Kathleen the day and home with two cester, Mass., very sleepy small boys. afternoon. Gordon and Ruth South- Maurice and worth visited his sister and were dinner husband Gertrude and Jim Hill on Sunday Barber at Maple Manor in W. Restaurant in Lebanon. This was last was in Tuesday. 42nd' Then on Saturday Ruthie's Rev. and Mrs. brother, Richard Waterman of Thies of Middlebury came to spend the visited her uncle weekend. The three attended Alfred and the funeral service for Gladys Sunday and Mond Goodell in Union Village in the home on TuesdaY. please call Darlene Cook for a afternoon. special appointment, 333-9382. On Sunday, Ruth and Your Heart More News Gordon were pleased by a visit is pleased to Esther was on the R.F.D. of their daughter and donations to with Shirley Stever Tuesday husband, Jane and Earl reached afternoon the 23rd to assist her Brown of Bradford. will be in learning the route. Last Thursday being such a Sympathy Last Wednesday, Pare lovely day drew the shoppers Sympathy Cook, with David and out, also the cross country friend, Mrs. Anna Jonathan, spent the day in skiers. Middle Brook residents the residents of W. Quechee at the home of Sue at the Plaza were Ruth and the loss of her Coombs. This was the regular Gordon Southworth with dear friend, meeting day of the Barbara and Alfred Slack. Langerhaus. Mrs. Congregational Church Ladies When asked why she was not late Mr. Fisher Bible Class. It was held at there also, Ginny Southworth Langerhans Sue's home that day so Pam said she was skiing with Leslie Fairlee from enjoyed the company of other Taylor. They made a round make their home friends trip to the lake, back to the 1959. Bradford Curt and Luann Rich and children Heather and Eric of Brocton, Mass.. spent a few days with her mother Lucy Furman this past week. Also here was son Frank Furman of the U.S. Navy. After his marriage he returngd to Charlotte, S. Carolina. He was just transferred from Newport, R.I., as the ship he was on had just been decommissioned. Saturday guests at Mrs. Furman's were Frank and Katherine Blanchard of Windsor and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Shatney and daughters of Greensboro Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Cole recently spent a few days in the Philadelphia area where they met their daughter, Saroh, who had flown in from San Francisco. Sarah was to be interviewed for a special course she wants in order to qualify as a physicians assistant. They visited places of historical interest in Philadelphia. They also called  on Mrs. Florence Hoff of Mulliea Hill, N.J., a former Bradford resident. Donald Richardson sur- prised his mother Virginia with a visit from Saudia Arabia. Donnie flow in on the 14th. Virginia with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fortier drove to Bradley Airport on the 26th -- where Donald left to return home. Mr. and Mrs. Fortier and Mrs. Richardson then spent two days in New Britian, Conn., with two other sisters. Methodist Women Methodist Women will host Vir the Easter Breakfast at 7:00 donuts, blueberry a.m. on April 11 at the coffee, tea Methodist vestry, buffet style. Donations will Mrs. Corrine Brown is $3.00; chairing the project. $1.50. She is delegating specific The Youth jobs to different persons, char Among them will be Chief Milton and Cook --Jerry Humphrey. with were at the Hilltop helpers Ross Kinney, Larry in Barre Cook and Ken Brown. The dinner. This was menu consists of fresh fruit party for cup, orange juice, scrambled Marshfield, eggs, country fried potato, worked with ham, sausage, oatmeal, ElectricCom GIRL SCOUT WEEK-- Girl Scout Week I 1 was celebrated with a get together of three troops, parents and former leaderS. thday cake was made by the Junior Brownies opened the evening with a fla followed by a skit from the Juniors Shearer was honored for more than 25 as our Brownie Leader. Maria Gibbs, from Swift Water Council, was also Juanita. iermont P New Son Ar Mr. and Mrs. Sa (Cynthia Piro) ar a son, Tyler March 21. He Emily and a bro Grandparents ar Mrs. Edgar Must and Mr. and Piero, Barre. Mrs. E. E. by a dog the day before her Historical Society lively hour ' WestfalliMarionMusty)ishis daughter's wedding. It is Four members of the farm great grandmother. Correna Underhill and Jeffry Duhe were married in Piermont Congregational Church, March 20 in the presence of the immediate families by the Rev. Robert Robb. A family luncheon followed at the home of the bride's parents, the Lawrence Underhilis. Spelling Bee Carl Huse represented the Piermont Village School in the Grafton County Spelling Contest in Lebanon, March 14. Libya Slide Show A slide show on Libya furnished a rare treat as the program at the jMareh meeting of  the Social Club. Oliver Cole of Franconia was 'stationed there with the Exxon Corporation and his wife taught in the American School. The slides were ex- cellent and informative, adding tO the pleasant evening in the home of James and Charlotte Wilson with Anna nos_'andtsWarren Williams as co- Esther LaPierre, teacher in the Piermont School for a number of years, is seriously ill in a Vermont hospital. Her address is Box 68, Graniteville, Vt.. 05654. ironic because Nancy has Piermont Historical Society bottle tried to get the town's leash attended the Oral History by Ai, Abigall law implemented which Workshop at Plymouth and Calvin cannot be done without a dog- College, March 20. They were noon, their catcher. Vincent Tomes of Orford, and at school for In her accident, the dog was Arnold Shields, Agnes Perkins hour, has the in its own home and the law and Florence Robbins of ready and would have made no dif-Piermont. It was an out-forint heir choreS. FEEDING TIME-- The cbildrea come home from school at noo a goats. The bottles are warm and ready for the baby goats. ShoWn  Abigail Metcalf, Calvin Underbill, Asa Metoaif, and AI Metall. .above feeding, they fed 23 baby goats (kids). Male goats the Metcalf Farm are sold to a Greek buyer for moat. Females are i herd,