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Page 10-The Journal Opinion-April 8, 1981 I II Bradford,,,,,, , Ernest (Joe) Pollander of Jaffrey, NH. was daughters Mrs. Treasure Talk ! Hair Unlimited ... Afar" "n" of our _ Witl "-- - tO atl "-'--_ "Pn' tiaan-a frienOS  f,tomerS *S=a 14air l.,isbU,';ch a w.nu','o in the limiteo ,.eat begnu'"" s h,-- rd to seeing ces anUo'tr . ,blor --ing forWa --terS inI-at" L,ou,. aer qUal.. Globe .t '' at tletOn " nter _. Ce "445"/61 SlaOpV one _.. warri , steVe' " Donna N N i _ Virginia Bedell 439-5720 Larabees' Friday to see his have received word from their carrier. He is expecting to be at his" grandson, Jon, son Jimmie, who left three leaving on April 13 for a tour of Dean Mr. and Mrs. Dean Larabee days after graduation for the duty. navy, that he'll be completing F.R. Thomas Taylor was at his four years on the 22nd of home over the weekend from June andwill be driving home Norfolk. Va. He flew into from Sap Francisco. Boston, where his aunt picked A funauction will be held him up. next Tuesday April 14th at the The splling bee team from fire station at 7 p.m. by the Bradford elementary school fireman's auxiliary. Everyone had a spelling bee with Ver- is invited to come and may shire elementary school and W. Topsham, The Women Auxiliary of the West Topsham Tri-Village Fire Dept. met at the home of Mrs. Eleanor Gendron. April 2. Mrs. Mary Caughy reported the annual flea market wilt be held at the Riverside Grange No. 455 hall on Labor Day, Sept. 5. Also, Mrs. Caughy brought the two Thermos jugs that were purchased with bring a white elephant item won the right to represent the Refreshments will be served. Orange East Supervisory W. Newbury Mr. and Mrs. Nealand Hunt Union at the State Department of Kensington, Md. wereat his of Education, Regional Mrs. Edward Colson was mother's Mr. and Mrs. Waldo spelling bee at Hazen Union happy to have her old friends, Keenans one day last week. High in Hardwick Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton They came for the funeral of Team met0bers are Nell Wellington from Wayland, his uncle Merritt Davis. While Jepson, Debra Thompson, Mass. spend a few days with here Mrs. Hunt's brother, Mr. Todd Tomlinson, Cynthia her thisweek. and Mrs. Angus Murray of Walsh, Jan Welch, and Cathy Those from here that at- Barre visited also. Wernecke. tended the Conference and F. R. Jan Larabee left The Board of School Retreat at the Atkinson Wednesday for his home port Trustees will meet Wed- Retreat in Newburywere Mrs. at Norfolk, Va. He had just nesday, April 8 at 7 p.m. to Lois Blackmer who spent both had a two week leave before work on the 81-82 school days and Miss Cindy reporting to the U.S.S. budget. Parents and con-Clemenee, Mrs. Florence America as a machine cerned citizens are en- Swenson, Mrs. Vivian repa'irman on the aircraft couraged to attend. Appleton and Mrs. Amy Jarrell. All report a fine time and an excellent speaker. Russell Blackmer and Edward Vervoort have been having a great time boiling sap at the Dr. Frye sugar house. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norcross of Bradford were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Carleton home. Mark Putnam and a college friend were home for the weekend from Paul Smith College. Rev. John Marsh occupied the pulpit of the Congregational Church at Newbury March 29. On Friday Mrs. Andrew Woodsville Cottage Hospital Auxiliary to host spring dance The Cottage Hospital Auxiliary will sponsor a spring dance on May 9 at the Community Building with "The Big Band" and a singer. United Methodist Church The annual Maple Sugar Supper was held at the United Methodist Church on March 28 with a good attendance. Pancakes and syrup, beans and cole slaw were enjoyed. News Briefs March 21 callers of Emma Glover were Mr. and Mrs. spent several days with Mrs. Glover recently. Ross-Wood Post 20 The Ross-Wood Post 20 American Legion held its Albert Chickering of Plain- Woodsville High School held a field, Vt., Mr. and Mrs. John food sale at Peoples, Ames Silver of Jefferson, N.H., and the Pike Store on March Roderiek Glarer (son) and 29. Connie of Easton, N.H. NewsBriefs Saturday callers wereMr, and Several from the area at- Mrs. Frances Silver. Mrs. tended theDoc Williams Show Geraldine Bickford of Cabot in Bradford on March22. Several attended the children's film at Benton Bible Chapel on March 29. Edith Quimby was recently in St. Johnsbury on business. Indoor Flea Market sponsored by H Beth Nelson 757-3429 Birthday Party on March 21 with a buffet, social hour, program and dance. On March 29 they held a cribbage tournament. Wells River Valley Softball League Super Raffle The Wells River Valley Softball League held its Super Raffle and an evening with a buffet luncheon and dancing at the Community Building last week with a good at- tendance. Woodsville lligh School The Senior ,Class of LisDon - Honors for "98" and "96" A.V.S.C.C. Members There were 60 Ammonoesuc Valley Seniors at The Annex in Lisbon for their April Bir- thday Luncheon on April I. A new member was welcomed, Mrs. Robert McLaughlin; and another rejoined, Hattie I{owland. Half of the April celebrants were present, Family Hairstyling Centers Littleton " St Johnsbury 444-6761 802-748-2830 NOBODY PAYS MOREl! 14.033% That's the annual rate of Interest we pay on a 6 month money market certificate at the Bradford National Bank. $10,000.00 minimum above rate effective Apr. 7 Thru Apr. 13, 1981 Federal Regulations Provide For A Substantial Penalty On Early Withdrawal, And Also Forbid Compounding Of Interest /%v/]/B BRADFORD NMIONAL BANK \\; / Nlbuff 806-5672 % /" MEMBER FOE To II I I I I I I IIEI I II I I I Belgium Booster Club Over 50 exhibitors showed their crafts and wares at the indoor Flea Market on April 5 at the Community Building in Woodsville. Food and refresh- ments were also on sale. The attendance was good and a good profit was made for the Belgium Booster Club which is assisting the group going to Belgium to play soccer. Mixed doubles bowling Ross-Wood Post 20 spon- sored mixed doubles bowling on April 5 for the benefit of the Belgium Booster Club with a good participation. United Methodist Church The united Methodist Church sponsored a Food Sale at Hovey's on April 4. A reminder is given concerning the love gift of 30 pieces of silver. St. Luke's Episcopal Church Services resumed at the St. Luke's Episcopal Church on April 5 with the Rev. William Krogstadt officiating. E. Corinth Stella Knapp 439-5762 Weekend guests of Mrs. Leo Hutchinson were her daughter, Mrs. Carlyle Hunt, arid daughter. Miss Lori Hunt of Jericho. They were joined on Sunday by another daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Menard and Michelle of Winooski. Mrs. Leonard Thompson was taken to the Central Vermont Hospital March 27 by ambulance following a heart attack. Those from here to attend topped by Mrs. Florence Wetherbee (98) ; and unable to be present was Mrs. Lena Cote. Both ladies received a dish of lavender narcissus as well as their card. Happy Birthday was sung to all. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meserve received a vote of thanks for arranging the chicken - dressing - baked potato salad, and rolls dinner. The birthday cake was made and served by the ladies at The Annex. Birthday cards were signed by all, and mailed to the absent. In the morning, thirty people had taken ad- vantage of the free Blood Pressure Clinic. The lap- green stamps. It was voted to leave one of the jugs in W. Topsham Church and one at the Waits River Methodist Church. More stamps are needed to get one for E. ()range Church. The jugs are being left at church to be ready in case of fire for hot or cold drinks for firemen. Special thanks to Mrs. Bertha Carlton 429-3868 Jarrell, Mrs. Rufus Ansley and Mrs. Harold Carleton were at the vestry of the Congregational Church at Bradford to attend a board meeting of the Connecticut Valley Church Council. There were 21 women present. Mrs. Stella Knapp, president had the women read in unison the "Purpose" of these meetings followed by a prayer. All groups gave excellent reports. They were urged to make the school kits and some other women who did not sew might fill them. Mrs. Gibby reported on the Northeast Job work for the young people. This project is had at Virgennes and open to all young people and they can accommodate about 100 young people. All churches should bring in their Lent Coin Money with a check and these will- t)e collected when the collection is taken. The May Fellowship Day meeting will be held May first at the Methodist Church at Bradford. Luncheon at 12 o'clock noon and price $2. Service at 1:15 p.m. All women are urged to attend. Hildah Bedard 838-6725 afghans was awarded to Agnes Rowell. Vice.President Robinson conducted the business meeting, and heard the secretary and treasurer's reports. Ruby Heath ex- pressed her thanks for her birthday cards; and the sympathy card of her mother. The Secretary read two poems provided by Mrs. Cote; and described the great volume "American Glass" bought by the Seniors in memory of Harriet M. Goudie. Also, an ovation was rendered for Miriam Caswell who plans to live in Florida awhile. This week. Game Day will be the program, with prizes needed. The Franconia group is in charge of the lunch. NEW BABY Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pushee, Jr., of Orford, are the parents of a baby daughter, Adrienne Michelle, born March 20 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Kenneth Perry 439-5939 Frank Sahlman for sponsoring the table used at the Airman Flea Market at which the Auxiliary netted $190. Mrs. Dorothy Wardsworth and President Mrs. Louise Watson are making the tickets to be sold for the talent show to be at the W. Topsham Com- munity Hall with dancing following and music by "The Swingers", featuring Win (Hight) Rogue and Chub Benjamin, also square dance caller. Anyone interested to be in the Talent Show call Chairman Berdie Perry 439- 5939. Mrs. Catherine Peixotto reported the Thrift Shop sponsored by the Women Auxiliary of the W. Topsham Tri-Village will open at the end of May. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Thelma Clark at 7:30 p.m., May 7th. Come and bring a friend. Piermont April 12 is the date of the final Lenten service sponsored by the Inter-Church Council. It will be a choir Festival at the United Congregational Church in Bradford. Come, listen and worship. The Robert Mustys have returned from a visit to his mother in Florida, Bob's first trip on a jet. While there, they had happy visits with some of the Davis clan; some of whom we are looking forward to seeing before long as they return to their Piermont summer homes. "All the news thats fit to print" is a newspaper slogan. All the news that has come to our attention this week is trips which we dare not, in our times, mention until the people return so that we do not call attention to their empty houses while they are gone and also folks in the hospital who do not wish attention called to their ailments. It reminds us of the old record "No News-- But what killed the Dog." Warren Floya K. Kay 764-9979 Fire Chief John Ricard was in town Monday getting things set for the coming Fire Season. He found the Warren Forst Fire Equipment in readiness, tools checked, the Jeep and trailer ready and the Dodge Tanker inspected and ready to go. When snow is off the ground and after April 1st no outside burning is to be done without a proper permit. Permits this year as in the past will be issued by Warden Ray, Fire Chief Bud Pttshee, and Dept. Warden Wallace  Wright, so if you cannot find one you should be able to find the others. There is no charge for these permits, it is to regulate and control outside burning. There is a penalty for burning without a permit, especially if your fire gets out Wood,,'ville Elementary School For the week of April 8 to 10: Wednesday--Filled Rolls, chicken salad, potato chips, fruit, milk. Thursday--Beef Gravy on Potato, wax beans, cake, milk. Friday--Tuna Pea Wiggle, saltines, corn bread, apple crisp, milk. Morrill Elementary School For the week of April 8 to 10: Wednesday--Sloppy Joe on Rolls, carrots & celery, oranges, milk.. Thursday--Pizza, corn, mixed fruit, milk. Friday--Fish Portions, fish sticks, french fries, peas, fruit, milk. Haverhill Academy Junior High For the week of April 8 to 10: Wednesday-Spaghetti, rolls & butter, tossed salad, mozzarella cheese, jello & topping, milk. Thursday--Chicken Pie & Biscuits, vegetables, cookies, milk. of control. We ask your cooperation in this season. A new light has been in- stalled at the rear of the Methodist Church which is on a photo cell and this should eliminate congregating there in the shadows, and also vandalism at the school which we had last year. Next week Gene Piper of Bradford will be installing new timbers in the spire of the church. It would be advisable not to park near this site while this work is going on. This job must be done and the sooner the better. Anyone wishing to Our American Wimdng essays in the American ('ontest sponsored by the llaverhill Post No. 5245 Auxiliary in tlaverhili Iligh. Kathy Spencer Grade 7A What do I think of the American Think of how old America is, to change it for the better. Think can do most anything, and before War, we could not. The people back then wouldn't about themselves being part of single person did something to help what it is today. Think of the wars went into them. Basically they Think of how the early Americans horseback and wouldn't get home Today, tthanks to Henry Ford) we take us wherever we please. faraway places. Think about how yell or write letters to everyone. telephones. Along with the tel television, the radio and other things convenient. Think about how we now religion. Back then if people were were stuffed in ovens (Jews). Think back then had to wear same fabric. We now can dress You can think about your American? Indian? Russian? Scotch? What are you? The people back country to be helpful to other free. I hope our generation can better. Haverhill Niice Girouard, Inka at Helen McDanolds and Edith Henson, 16. also Harriet Libbey of Warren, attended the Spring party Flower and Garden Show in place Manchester on Thursday. Six Hensons and Bernice Irwin Johnson helped Elizabeth Henson celebrate her first The birthday on April 1. Another celebration by the Hensons held was the 23rd wedding an- niversary of Charles and VFW Evelyn Lewis of Colebrook, with a gathering at the Clam Evel Shell in Littleton. from Peggy Dellinger returned cluding home Sunday from Fran- cestown to spend some time with her parents, Carl and Mary Ann Dellinger. Church Walter Dellinger and Kevin on Taylor have joined the Army 5:30 National Guard and left on the Monday for Fort Sill, Okla. Elsie Church recently ae- comanied Arlene and Lori Wright to St. Anselm College the 11 a. in Manchester for the capping a of the sophomore nursing Mike class, of which Elsie's granddaughter, Brenda Wright, is a member. It was a very impressive ceremony in St. Anselm Abbey Church, followed by a mass. There were 75 girls and one boy student in"the class. Brenda has been oil-the Dean's List all last year and for the first semester of her second year, with a 4.0 average. Congratulations to Brenda. Flora Blake and Mimi Sunderhauf of Orford called on Elsie Church on Saturday. Eleven members and two guests of the United Methodist Women met at Fellowship Hall recently to assemble kits for school children, as part of the World Clothing Drive. Members also worked on crafts for the sale to be held in May. Pearl Robinson and Florence Clough were on the committee. A final appeal: if you have good used items of clothing, particularly children's please leave them THE TAYL011.PALMER DIFFERENCE Hogra: B Friday--GrilledCheese, tomato soup, cherry cake, milk. make a donation for this . project contact Pastor Ruth Woodsville High School Wiiliamson. For the week of April 8 to 10: Temperatures in the 60s and Wednesday--Macaroni-Cheese, rolls, tomatoes, pudding, 70s will no doubt draw a close the meeting of the Triangle milk. to the maple products for this Home Extension Club at the Thursday--Pizza. green beans, peaches, milk. year. However this writer I __ _ _, ., home of Mrs. Helen Largin in Friday--Hash, rolls, spinach, jello, milk. predicts another run or two. It | ora/Je COJ #jSt] has already been a banner l _a Emerson,W' TopshamMrs.WereMaryMrS. Lund,Edith Oxbow High School year. We need rain, as the I ' TII I:@[ ! Mrs. Stella Knapp and Mrs. Week of April 8 to l4: rivers and brooks are low for I "''" """" '-"._ this time of season, or it will  _- - --- -- , Lillian Lamb and Mrs. Irene Wednesday--Spaghetti, green beans, garlic bread, dessert, sure bedry in August. - . _ -- Sa milk. , Don't forget, Currant Use I - ' -qM I)uller,Thursday--vealdessert, milk.Cutlet' mash potato w-gravy, roll w- Forms and Inventory Forms I oj ( VERMONT Mondav--Oven Pizza. salad, dessert, milk. must be completed and in the ]  ,7"4'B cs,- Tuesday--Scrambled Beef, potato, roll w-butter, dessert, Selectman's Office April 15th. J t"]l/ . Jlf',llll=l STATE milk. If not there is a penalty. | "All'i'] ,/]lf,r*1| " As l write this news a radio |  "e BlueMountain Union School bulletin just stated that |  A .: pOHCE President Ronald Reagan had, II1['| J5= OIV_, d[ . z; For the week of April 8 to 10: been shot. What is this country |  | k RT1EIAI.= Jl Wednesday--Chili, muffins, carrot and celery, fruit, milk. coming to? |  ......  J'| Vermont Fish &Game , Thursday--Grinders, potato chips, jello & topping, milk. The Rowell Rays visited [  " d[ Friday--NoSchooI--Parent-TeacherConferenee. their cabin and in Town and I lira, l"& 1 -t-----  M ,l[m , TOLL-FREENuMBERS) Orford over the weekend. ]  aet Imtt_# -.*.tm AIA, MENUSSUBJECTTO(?HANGE .... They had just arrived back i  Fro  Bradford ., from California. " - ._ s-mifl00-A-U#00SaieS-.--00 Su,c,/O,ds 2224680 Fairlee Route 120 Lebanon, N.H. 333-9414 so00.00s00oo00 ICLEA NE PIKE STORE, Wells River or call K3 Your corn let " FAIRt[[ p e lothmn care center . ORFORoVKt Joe Loschiavo Bradford, Vt. 802439-5466 For pick-q= and delivery service Page 10-The Journal Opinion-April 8, 1981 I II Bradford,,,,,, , Ernest (Joe) Pollander of Jaffrey, NH. was daughters Mrs. Treasure Talk ! Hair Unlimited ... Afar" "n" of our _ Witl "-- - tO atl "-'--_ "Pn' tiaan-a frienOS  f,tomerS *S=a 14air l.,isbU,';ch a w.nu','o in the limiteo ,.eat begnu'"" s h,-- rd to seeing ces anUo'tr . ,blor --ing forWa --terS inI-at" L,ou,. aer qUal.. Globe .t '' at tletOn " nter _. Ce "445"/61 SlaOpV one _.. warri , steVe' " Donna N N i _ Virginia Bedell 439-5720 Larabees' Friday to see his have received word from their carrier. He is expecting to be at his" grandson, Jon, son Jimmie, who left three leaving on April 13 for a tour of Dean Mr. and Mrs. Dean Larabee days after graduation for the duty. navy, that he'll be completing F.R. Thomas Taylor was at his four years on the 22nd of home over the weekend from June andwill be driving home Norfolk. Va. He flew into from Sap Francisco. Boston, where his aunt picked A funauction will be held him up. next Tuesday April 14th at the The splling bee team from fire station at 7 p.m. by the Bradford elementary school fireman's auxiliary. Everyone had a spelling bee with Ver- is invited to come and may shire elementary school and W. Topsham, The Women Auxiliary of the West Topsham Tri-Village Fire Dept. met at the home of Mrs. Eleanor Gendron. April 2. Mrs. Mary Caughy reported the annual flea market wilt be held at the Riverside Grange No. 455 hall on Labor Day, Sept. 5. Also, Mrs. Caughy brought the two Thermos jugs that were purchased with bring a white elephant item won the right to represent the Refreshments will be served. Orange East Supervisory W. Newbury Mr. and Mrs. Nealand Hunt Union at the State Department of Kensington, Md. wereat his of Education, Regional Mrs. Edward Colson was mother's Mr. and Mrs. Waldo spelling bee at Hazen Union happy to have her old friends, Keenans one day last week. High in Hardwick Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton They came for the funeral of Team met0bers are Nell Wellington from Wayland, his uncle Merritt Davis. While Jepson, Debra Thompson, Mass. spend a few days with here Mrs. Hunt's brother, Mr. Todd Tomlinson, Cynthia her thisweek. and Mrs. Angus Murray of Walsh, Jan Welch, and Cathy Those from here that at- Barre visited also. Wernecke. tended the Conference and F. R. Jan Larabee left The Board of School Retreat at the Atkinson Wednesday for his home port Trustees will meet Wed- Retreat in Newburywere Mrs. at Norfolk, Va. He had just nesday, April 8 at 7 p.m. to Lois Blackmer who spent both had a two week leave before work on the 81-82 school days and Miss Cindy reporting to the U.S.S. budget. Parents and con-Clemenee, Mrs. Florence America as a machine cerned citizens are en- Swenson, Mrs. Vivian repa'irman on the aircraft couraged to attend. Appleton and Mrs. Amy Jarrell. All report a fine time and an excellent speaker. Russell Blackmer and Edward Vervoort have been having a great time boiling sap at the Dr. Frye sugar house. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norcross of Bradford were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Carleton home. Mark Putnam and a college friend were home for the weekend from Paul Smith College. Rev. John Marsh occupied the pulpit of the Congregational Church at Newbury March 29. On Friday Mrs. Andrew Woodsville Cottage Hospital Auxiliary to host spring dance The Cottage Hospital Auxiliary will sponsor a spring dance on May 9 at the Community Building with "The Big Band" and a singer. United Methodist Church The annual Maple Sugar Supper was held at the United Methodist Church on March 28 with a good attendance. Pancakes and syrup, beans and cole slaw were enjoyed. News Briefs March 21 callers of Emma Glover were Mr. and Mrs. spent several days with Mrs. Glover recently. Ross-Wood Post 20 The Ross-Wood Post 20 American Legion held its Albert Chickering of Plain- Woodsville High School held a field, Vt., Mr. and Mrs. John food sale at Peoples, Ames Silver of Jefferson, N.H., and the Pike Store on March Roderiek Glarer (son) and 29. Connie of Easton, N.H. NewsBriefs Saturday callers wereMr, and Several from the area at- Mrs. Frances Silver. Mrs. tended theDoc Williams Show Geraldine Bickford of Cabot in Bradford on March22. Several attended the children's film at Benton Bible Chapel on March 29. Edith Quimby was recently in St. Johnsbury on business. Indoor Flea Market sponsored by H Beth Nelson 757-3429 Birthday Party on March 21 with a buffet, social hour, program and dance. On March 29 they held a cribbage tournament. Wells River Valley Softball League Super Raffle The Wells River Valley Softball League held its Super Raffle and an evening with a buffet luncheon and dancing at the Community Building last week with a good at- tendance. Woodsville lligh School The Senior ,Class of LisDon - Honors for "98" and "96" A.V.S.C.C. Members There were 60 Ammonoesuc Valley Seniors at The Annex in Lisbon for their April Bir- thday Luncheon on April I. A new member was welcomed, Mrs. Robert McLaughlin; and another rejoined, Hattie I{owland. Half of the April celebrants were present, Family Hairstyling Centers Littleton " St Johnsbury 444-6761 802-748-2830 NOBODY PAYS MOREl! 14.033% That's the annual rate of Interest we pay on a 6 month money market certificate at the Bradford National Bank. $10,000.00 minimum above rate effective Apr. 7 Thru Apr. 13, 1981 Federal Regulations Provide For A Substantial Penalty On Early Withdrawal, And Also Forbid Compounding Of Interest /%v/]/B BRADFORD NMIONAL BANK \\; / Nlbuff 806-5672 % /" MEMBER FOE To II I I I I I I IIEI I II I I I Belgium Booster Club Over 50 exhibitors showed their crafts and wares at the indoor Flea Market on April 5 at the Community Building in Woodsville. Food and refresh- ments were also on sale. The attendance was good and a good profit was made for the Belgium Booster Club which is assisting the group going to Belgium to play soccer. Mixed doubles bowling Ross-Wood Post 20 spon- sored mixed doubles bowling on April 5 for the benefit of the Belgium Booster Club with a good participation. United Methodist Church The united Methodist Church sponsored a Food Sale at Hovey's on April 4. A reminder is given concerning the love gift of 30 pieces of silver. St. Luke's Episcopal Church Services resumed at the St. Luke's Episcopal Church on April 5 with the Rev. William Krogstadt officiating. E. Corinth Stella Knapp 439-5762 Weekend guests of Mrs. Leo Hutchinson were her daughter, Mrs. Carlyle Hunt, arid daughter. Miss Lori Hunt of Jericho. They were joined on Sunday by another daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Menard and Michelle of Winooski. Mrs. Leonard Thompson was taken to the Central Vermont Hospital March 27 by ambulance following a heart attack. Those from here to attend topped by Mrs. Florence Wetherbee (98) ; and unable to be present was Mrs. Lena Cote. Both ladies received a dish of lavender narcissus as well as their card. Happy Birthday was sung to all. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meserve received a vote of thanks for arranging the chicken - dressing - baked potato salad, and rolls dinner. The birthday cake was made and served by the ladies at The Annex. Birthday cards were signed by all, and mailed to the absent. In the morning, thirty people had taken ad- vantage of the free Blood Pressure Clinic. The lap- green stamps. It was voted to leave one of the jugs in W. Topsham Church and one at the Waits River Methodist Church. More stamps are needed to get one for E. ()range Church. The jugs are being left at church to be ready in case of fire for hot or cold drinks for firemen. Special thanks to Mrs. Bertha Carlton 429-3868 Jarrell, Mrs. Rufus Ansley and Mrs. Harold Carleton were at the vestry of the Congregational Church at Bradford to attend a board meeting of the Connecticut Valley Church Council. There were 21 women present. Mrs. Stella Knapp, president had the women read in unison the "Purpose" of these meetings followed by a prayer. All groups gave excellent reports. They were urged to make the school kits and some other women who did not sew might fill them. Mrs. Gibby reported on the Northeast Job work for the young people. This project is had at Virgennes and open to all young people and they can accommodate about 100 young people. All churches should bring in their Lent Coin Money with a check and these will- t)e collected when the collection is taken. The May Fellowship Day meeting will be held May first at the Methodist Church at Bradford. Luncheon at 12 o'clock noon and price $2. Service at 1:15 p.m. All women are urged to attend. Hildah Bedard 838-6725 afghans was awarded to Agnes Rowell. Vice.President Robinson conducted the business meeting, and heard the secretary and treasurer's reports. Ruby Heath ex- pressed her thanks for her birthday cards; and the sympathy card of her mother. The Secretary read two poems provided by Mrs. Cote; and described the great volume "American Glass" bought by the Seniors in memory of Harriet M. Goudie. Also, an ovation was rendered for Miriam Caswell who plans to live in Florida awhile. This week. Game Day will be the program, with prizes needed. The Franconia group is in charge of the lunch. NEW BABY Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pushee, Jr., of Orford, are the parents of a baby daughter, Adrienne Michelle, born March 20 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Kenneth Perry 439-5939 Frank Sahlman for sponsoring the table used at the Airman Flea Market at which the Auxiliary netted $190. Mrs. Dorothy Wardsworth and President Mrs. Louise Watson are making the tickets to be sold for the talent show to be at the W. Topsham Com- munity Hall with dancing following and music by "The Swingers", featuring Win (Hight) Rogue and Chub Benjamin, also square dance caller. Anyone interested to be in the Talent Show call Chairman Berdie Perry 439- 5939. Mrs. Catherine Peixotto reported the Thrift Shop sponsored by the Women Auxiliary of the W. Topsham Tri-Village will open at the end of May. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Thelma Clark at 7:30 p.m., May 7th. Come and bring a friend. Piermont April 12 is the date of the final Lenten service sponsored by the Inter-Church Council. It will be a choir Festival at the United Congregational Church in Bradford. Come, listen and worship. The Robert Mustys have returned from a visit to his mother in Florida, Bob's first trip on a jet. While there, they had happy visits with some of the Davis clan; some of whom we are looking forward to seeing before long as they return to their Piermont summer homes. "All the news thats fit to print" is a newspaper slogan. All the news that has come to our attention this week is trips which we dare not, in our times, mention until the people return so that we do not call attention to their empty houses while they are gone and also folks in the hospital who do not wish attention called to their ailments. It reminds us of the old record "No News-- But what killed the Dog." Warren Floya K. Kay 764-9979 Fire Chief John Ricard was in town Monday getting things set for the coming Fire Season. He found the Warren Forst Fire Equipment in readiness, tools checked, the Jeep and trailer ready and the Dodge Tanker inspected and ready to go. When snow is off the ground and after April 1st no outside burning is to be done without a proper permit. Permits this year as in the past will be issued by Warden Ray, Fire Chief Bud Pttshee, and Dept. Warden Wallace  Wright, so if you cannot find one you should be able to find the others. There is no charge for these permits, it is to regulate and control outside burning. There is a penalty for burning without a permit, especially if your fire gets out Wood,,'ville Elementary School For the week of April 8 to 10: Wednesday--Filled Rolls, chicken salad, potato chips, fruit, milk. Thursday--Beef Gravy on Potato, wax beans, cake, milk. Friday--Tuna Pea Wiggle, saltines, corn bread, apple crisp, milk. Morrill Elementary School For the week of April 8 to 10: Wednesday--Sloppy Joe on Rolls, carrots & celery, oranges, milk.. Thursday--Pizza, corn, mixed fruit, milk. Friday--Fish Portions, fish sticks, french fries, peas, fruit, milk. Haverhill Academy Junior High For the week of April 8 to 10: Wednesday-Spaghetti, rolls & butter, tossed salad, mozzarella cheese, jello & topping, milk. Thursday--Chicken Pie & Biscuits, vegetables, cookies, milk. of control. We ask your cooperation in this season. A new light has been in- stalled at the rear of the Methodist Church which is on a photo cell and this should eliminate congregating there in the shadows, and also vandalism at the school which we had last year. Next week Gene Piper of Bradford will be installing new timbers in the spire of the church. It would be advisable not to park near this site while this work is going on. This job must be done and the sooner the better. Anyone wishing to Our American Wimdng essays in the American ('ontest sponsored by the llaverhill Post No. 5245 Auxiliary in tlaverhili Iligh. Kathy Spencer Grade 7A What do I think of the American Think of how old America is, to change it for the better. Think can do most anything, and before War, we could not. The people back then wouldn't about themselves being part of single person did something to help what it is today. Think of the wars went into them. Basically they Think of how the early Americans horseback and wouldn't get home Today, tthanks to Henry Ford) we take us wherever we please. faraway places. Think about how yell or write letters to everyone. telephones. Along with the tel television, the radio and other things convenient. Think about how we now religion. Back then if people were were stuffed in ovens (Jews). Think back then had to wear same fabric. We now can dress You can think about your American? Indian? Russian? Scotch? What are you? The people back country to be helpful to other free. I hope our generation can better. Haverhill Niice Girouard, Inka at Helen McDanolds and Edith Henson, 16. also Harriet Libbey of Warren, attended the Spring party Flower and Garden Show in place Manchester on Thursday. Six Hensons and Bernice Irwin Johnson helped Elizabeth Henson celebrate her first The birthday on April 1. Another celebration by the Hensons held was the 23rd wedding an- niversary of Charles and VFW Evelyn Lewis of Colebrook, with a gathering at the Clam Evel Shell in Littleton. from Peggy Dellinger returned cluding home Sunday from Fran- cestown to spend some time with her parents, Carl and Mary Ann Dellinger. Church Walter Dellinger and Kevin on Taylor have joined the Army 5:30 National Guard and left on the Monday for Fort Sill, Okla. Elsie Church recently ae- comanied Arlene and Lori Wright to St. Anselm College the 11 a. in Manchester for the capping a of the sophomore nursing Mike class, of which Elsie's granddaughter, Brenda Wright, is a member. It was a very impressive ceremony in St. Anselm Abbey Church, followed by a mass. There were 75 girls and one boy student in"the class. Brenda has been oil-the Dean's List all last year and for the first semester of her second year, with a 4.0 average. Congratulations to Brenda. Flora Blake and Mimi Sunderhauf of Orford called on Elsie Church on Saturday. Eleven members and two guests of the United Methodist Women met at Fellowship Hall recently to assemble kits for school children, as part of the World Clothing Drive. Members also worked on crafts for the sale to be held in May. Pearl Robinson and Florence Clough were on the committee. A final appeal: if you have good used items of clothing, particularly children's please leave them THE TAYL011.PALMER DIFFERENCE Hogra: B Friday--GrilledCheese, tomato soup, cherry cake, milk. make a donation for this . project contact Pastor Ruth Woodsville High School Wiiliamson. For the week of April 8 to 10: Temperatures in the 60s and Wednesday--Macaroni-Cheese, rolls, tomatoes, pudding, 70s will no doubt draw a close the meeting of the Triangle milk. to the maple products for this Home Extension Club at the Thursday--Pizza. green beans, peaches, milk. year. However this writer I __ _ _, ., home of Mrs. Helen Largin in Friday--Hash, rolls, spinach, jello, milk. predicts another run or two. It | ora/Je COJ #jSt] has already been a banner l _a Emerson,W' TopshamMrs.WereMaryMrS. Lund,Edith Oxbow High School year. We need rain, as the I ' TII I:@[ ! Mrs. Stella Knapp and Mrs. Week of April 8 to l4: rivers and brooks are low for I "''" """" '-"._ this time of season, or it will  _- - --- -- , Lillian Lamb and Mrs. Irene Wednesday--Spaghetti, green beans, garlic bread, dessert, sure bedry in August. - . _ -- Sa milk. , Don't forget, Currant Use I - ' -qM I)uller,Thursday--vealdessert, milk.Cutlet' mash potato w-gravy, roll w- Forms and Inventory Forms I oj ( VERMONT Mondav--Oven Pizza. salad, dessert, milk. must be completed and in the ]  ,7"4'B cs,- Tuesday--Scrambled Beef, potato, roll w-butter, dessert, Selectman's Office April 15th. J t"]l/ . Jlf',llll=l STATE milk. If not there is a penalty. | "All'i'] ,/]lf,r*1| " As l write this news a radio |  "e BlueMountain Union School bulletin just stated that |  A .: pOHCE President Ronald Reagan had, II1['| J5= OIV_, d[ . z; For the week of April 8 to 10: been shot. What is this country |  | k RT1EIAI.= Jl Wednesday--Chili, muffins, carrot and celery, fruit, milk. coming to? |  ......  J'| Vermont Fish &Game , Thursday--Grinders, potato chips, jello & topping, milk. The Rowell Rays visited [  " d[ Friday--NoSchooI--Parent-TeacherConferenee. their cabin and in Town and I lira, l"& 1 -t-----  M ,l[m , TOLL-FREENuMBERS) Orford over the weekend. ]  aet Imtt_# -.*.tm AIA, MENUSSUBJECTTO(?HANGE .... They had just arrived back i  Fro  Bradford ., from California. " - ._ s-mifl00-A-U#00SaieS-.--00 Su,c,/O,ds 2224680 Fairlee Route 120 Lebanon, N.H. 333-9414 so00.00s00oo00 ICLEA NE PIKE STORE, Wells River or call K3 Your corn let " FAIRt[[ p e lothmn care center . 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