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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-April 28 1982 .... N 'N Haverhill Fairlee ,.., (-- * .L{.,-.t= ll4 Raymond Thurber, a Mr. andMrs. NewtonBolles Bradford00 Virginiae00dell Ryegate ,,,,,,, Katharine Bhdsde patient at the VA in White were with Mrs. Bolles' sister, 439-5720 7X7-6:115 River Jct., was home for the Louise Barnes, and brother, Geneive Bagley, L.P.N. vestry on April 15at 6:30p.m. Loraine Bickford; guests observed April 8 in the vestry White and Mr. and Mrs. Eleven couples Brian, Roxanne and Kelli , Maundy Thurston was Mr. and Mrs. Reginald S weekend. Mr. Thurber s Robert Barnes, inMontpelier, presently employed as anight where they had an excellent Cindy Danforth and Sheiia of the United Presbyterian Thomas Gibson called on Dr. square dance Copeland spent the weekend friends will be glad to know Mr. and Mrs. George superviser at the Grafton turnout of over 50 members Slalmaa. Church here with a can- and Mrs. Theophilis Taylor in 17, at Blue with Russ apd Marge Page. that he is much improved. Minshull and George, at- County complex recently and guests. A delicious pot Trophies and awards were dlelight service. Those at- Topsham Saturday afternoon, Hall with caller On Saturday, neighbors and Community Circle tended a sugar party at their completed a 12-week luck dinner with extra special handed out to about 60 girls -- tending were seated at tables April I0. from Jefferson, relatives helped Kelli The Community Circle met daughter and son-in-law's Mr. pharmocology course at the ice crem and cookies -- over 100present. Virginia was with an elder seated at the Mr. andMrs. Harold Nelson invited tothehome celebrate herfirstbirthday, at the home of Mrs. David and Mrs. Lawrence Underhill, VA Hospital in White River homemade. The supper crowned queen of the Barre head of each table. Holy were Easter Sunday dinner Mrs. Bruce Don and Alison Hammond Fuchs Tuesday evening, April inPiermont, N.H. Junction. chairmen were Bill and Rosa Unit for ten straight years. Communion was served and guests of their son and family, following the returned home Saturday from 13. The summer projects were Mr. and Mrs. Verne Bat- Cindy Wicklein andBridget Heidenreich; Amelia Taxter; She has been high sales in the candles were extinguished Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson, cream sundaes. their honeymoon in Bermuda. discussed. The annual lun- chelder were with their visited relatives in Chelm- Joseph and Lucille De Coeur; Upper New England for eight one by one as the service Tracy and Jeremy in Lincoln, square dance Laurence and Eola Smith cheon will be held at the Third daughter and son-in-law, Mr. sford and Brocton, Mass. for a and Charles Zwicker. Royce returned home Friday from a Rail on Tuesday, May II. The and Mrs. William Knox. week recently. Richard and Boyd was also noticed running winter in New Smyrna Beach, June meeting will be at Mrs. Guests at Mr. and Mrs. Gloria Fox flew from Boston around filling coffee cups, so Fl. They saw the launching of John Lange's. James Bagley's were Pastor to San Diego, Calif., for a week everyone was well taken care the space shuttle Columbia tlistortcalSoctety Arthur Bagley; Laura Bagley, and a half to attend a grocers of. and other satellites, also saw The Historical Society met of Burlington; and Mr. and convention. of those years. A preview of concluded. N.H. May22. the 1982 line of toys and gifts A number from here at- Mrs. William Nelson, Darcy were shown. New parties will tended the Sunrise Service Andrew and Betsey were Allen, he starting June I on through Easter morning at the S. visitors Tuesday morning, and Mrs. Thanksgiving time. Ryegate United Presbyterian April t3, of Mrs, Ernest Roy, son Gene from the Goodyear Blimp New Baby Girl followed Charles and Muriel Harold Haskins of Bradford and maple syrup following, close to the ground. April 13. The main interest of Valerie Gardner, of Rich- With gratitude to God, Mr. Stimson were program died April 25. Visiting hours served by the Ladies' Aid. 20-day trip the evening was the iden- mond, was with her parents, and Mrs. Bryce A. Stevens of chairman. Their guests were will be Tuesday, April 27 in the. At the Easter Morning Mr. and Mrs, Nell Smith, tification of pictures, the Mr. and Mrs. Dorian Gardner. Pensacola, FI. announce the Jonni and Lou Cattani. Lou evening from7:00 to9:00p,m. Church service at the United Pauline Smith, Carrie Conery oldest dating from the 1880's, Miss Gardner was voted birth of a new baby girl, Julia showed slides of the time he Funeral services will be held Presbyterian Church here, "and Marion Young returned a which were donated by Leland Coach of the Year, and will Elizabeth, born on March 28. lived with a family in Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. at the Marie McLure, Darcy Nelson, week ago Sunday from a 20- and Cleland Chapman. with Mona Garone, coach the She joins an older brother Malaysia -- truly beautiful. Hale Funeral Home. and Timothy White were very at the Town Hall, Tuesday, Mrs. David Colby. A short business meeting Memorial and the breakfast of pancakes Elie, Bradley, and Benjamin attended the in Bath. 4-H Dairy Pot Mrs. Guy Labounty and Danville Tuesday Mrs. Alex Meyette were April 20. members of the choir which Blue Mountain( sang the Easter Contata Blue Mountain "Halleluia, What a Saviour!" 263 held its regular by John Peterson at the Tuesday evening, day trip across the United Cleland was present from Vermont All-State Girl's Joshua. Grandparent honors LOu'8 commentary was very received into the membership Newbury Bible Church Easter with 19 members States. Highlights of their trip Massapequa, N.Y. for the Basketball Team. go to Mrs. Margaret Kennedy interesting, his wit and humor of the church. Joining as af- evening. were visits to Natural Bridge, meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bobzin of Bradford, Mr. Norman was enjoyed by all. 9iermonr donation was mad filiate members were Ernest Presbyterian Women Seals, also to Va., the Cowboy Hall of Fame Easter Visiting were with Mr. Bobzin's Kennedy of Champlain, N.Y.; The next meeting will be A son, Christopher Michael, and Carol Demers. An adult The Ryegate United Goodwill Fund. and Will Rogers Memorial in Easter news follows: mother, Mrs. Mary Hallion, in and Mr. and Mrs. Donald May 13, in the vestry with was born to Mr. and Mrs. choir of ll voices rendered the Presbyterian Women held discussion of" Oklahoma, the Painted Visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Paul Swampscott, Mass. Stevens of Piermont, N.H. Mary Russell as program Frank Rodimon, Jr. (Carol anthem "Glory in the Gar- their monthly meeting purchase of new Desert, Petrified Forest and Flanders were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Babette Gendron and Karen chairman. Grand Canyon in Arizona, William Williams, Kelli and O'Donnelt and Douglas, were Locke drove to Groton, Conn. She plans to have as her Woodsville. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William the home of Mrs. Fremont Nelson will Sue Moody) April 18 in den". Thursday evening, April 15, at Beulah LaBay Carlsbad Caverns in New Shannon, of Bradford; Mr. withMrs. O'Donnell'smother, last Friday to visit Kip guest, Jennifer Linnell who Frank Rodimon, Sr., Pier- Nelson, Grant, Hannah, Nelson with 16 present. Mrs. committeetolook Mexico, and Niagara Falls in and Mrs. Theodore Flanders, Mrs. Flossie Baldwin, and Gendron and saw some of the was an exchange student in mont, Mrs. Louise Rodimon of Andrew, and Betsey were Reginald White led devotions the New York and Canada. While ofLebannn, N.H.; and James sister, Mrs. DoreenHatch, in submarine base base at Australia. This should also Merideth, N.H. and Mr. and Easter Dinner guests of his and a discussion of the Mr. and in Arizona they spent three Flanders, of Burlington. Chelsea. days with Mr. and Mrs. Groton and New London. On prove a very interesting Mrs. Peter Moody, Pike. brother and family, Mr. and proposed constitution and by- showed slides of Harland Skinner of Apache Saturday, Karen went hack to meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Mrs. Fremont Nelson, Darcy, laws for the Northern New the West Coast Junction, Ariz. and Orford, Warren; , , FioydR. Ray Bradley Airport and met her Legien and Auxiliary Simpson are grandparents of Matthew, andEthan. England Presbyterial and took a few years  N,H. Mr. and Mrs. Skinner 764-9979 brother Sgt. Harold Locke of On May 4, the Legion and a baby girl, Deborah born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hit- similar proposed by-laws for and two took them to Casa Grande Ho It was a cold blustery winter Among those visiting were, the 86th Airboru out of Fort Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel George chcock of Tarpon Springs, FI., the local group. Vice syrup are being who have been summer President Rachel Gates benefit the Ho Kum Indian Ruins and a daY, April 8, 1982 when I Ronaid Andrews, Acting Bragg, N. C. He is visiting in p.m. for their regular meeting (Leslie Simpson) of N. residents of Ryegate for the presided at the business meeting will day's trip on the Apache Trall. motored up the side of Mr. Director, Division of Mental Bradford for 30 days and then in the Legion Hall. All Haverhilll4. The entire trip covered 6650 Moosilauke to the Glencliff Health and Division will leave for a three year members are invited and itistoricaiSociety past several years, are meeting. The proposed by- April 25, at miles, and included a sidetrip Home for the Elderly, in the Disabilities, Dr. Stephen hitch in Germany. urged to attend. Memorial The annual meeting of the spending the month of April in laws were amended slightly into Mexico. Town of Benton. Narnish, Medical Director On Monday, Babette and exercises to be held on the 30th Historical Society will be held California visiting their son and accepted, degree. Doug and Jane White spent A group of people were New Hampshire Hospitak, HTFA-E3 Bernard Gendron -- a Sunday -- will be at the Fire Station, April 30 at Robert in San Francisco, as A committee of Margaret Mrs. Edward a few days recently visiting invited to an open house to Ray Burton of the Governors returned to Bradford, where discussed. 8:00 p.m., following the Ham well as sightseeing and Nelson and Jennifer Nelson Henry Gates, friends and relatives in show the many facilities and Council, John Fullerton, he will be on a 30 day visit Virginia Bedellwas in Barre and Bean Supper at the Town visiting other friends, was appointed to investigate Beauvais, and Wolcott, Durham, Cheshire personel of the home. One Selectman of Haverhill, and before going to Yokosuha, Friday night where she at- Hall which starts at 5:30. Mr. andMrs. Walter Wilcox, the possibility of purchasing Nelson and Haddam, Conn. does not imagine the size of myself. Japan for two years, where he tended her llth "Friendly Agnes Perkins will present a Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilcox, some folding chairs for the daughters to Emily Metcalf was hostess the facility until you are As the politicians come will be detailed on the U.S.S. 4-Iomes Parties" banquet at report of Taking Oral History Bonnie and Robert Jr., church vestry. Wednesday, at the VIS card party. First escorted through it, as this around this summer and fall, White Clouds. the Steak House. Accom- (your turn is coming to be Sherry, Mary, and Kerry A committee will also look place was won by Hazel Irwin, group was, after a delicious just ask, 'How do you feel Friendly Club panying her was Sherry taped! ) and Robert Evans will Adams, and Mr. and Mrs. further into the purchase of a second by Sylvia.Guy, and iow lunch by Pat and Ray and about Glencliff?" If they have The Friendly Club met in Tullar; dealer Juanita Swartz explain the marking of the Kenneth Maxfield, Sylvia and vacuum cleaner for the Mrs. Arthur by Polly Smith. helpers. The 132 elderly not heard of it, tell them, if the United Church of Christ ahd Laura Swartz; dealer town's historic buildings. Be Christine from W. Fairlee church. Refreshments were Hassall Nelson, Girls'Club residents, and the 104 era- they are agin it, send them present to find out whether dined together Easter Sunday served by Mrs. Wendell Clark, McLure, and Eleven members of Girls' ployees, or at least those we back down the Pike. Wo FAIRI.EF. Barhara Sumner your house or an .outbuilding evening at Phil's Restaurant Mrs. Theodore Clark, and Gates attended Club met on April 21 at interviewed, seemed to be a We are glad to say the 333 -4477 may be so designated and in E. Ryegate. Mrs. Mary Mrs. Fremont Nelson. County Belinda Lees' home. Jeanne large happy family, present Governor and Ray The next meeting is planned Homemakers for May 20 at the homeofMrs. Meeting in James Kinerson. Mrs. Roland April Sargent will lead the program McLure gave a on "The Fellowship of the Young Least Coin". Counci 1. Town Topics' business meeting Dinner guests on Easter who wished Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Goodwillie Nelson included Mr. and Mrs. Following lunch Wayne Heywood of St. shown by Cal Johnsbury, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Extension Sayers of Piermunt, N.H,, and President, on their niece from Quaker Hill, Homemaker sewed on layettes for been improved and moder- There is to be a Flea market enough to listen, weekend to help Grandma. Same Day Events Homemakers held their Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. John summer in Home, Pare Aldrich and Mary In 1906, or thereabouts, it Burton are supporters of Small Steps Sunday. Ethel and Francis perhaps help on payment of Prince, the Adams' girls' Ann Dellinger were on seems the first buildings were Glencliff. Do not despair, that You met Bev at the shopping plaza, taxes. Officers will be elected, mother, who is employed at cannot change the world in a so the girls indulged, while Safety Program Phil's, was their waitress. committee, erected here. Over the years it Warren Cancer Crusade is day or two. Instead, just give Francis returned home to act Wayne Fortier, New Mrs. Walter Main, with Mrs. has grown tremendously. Now underway and Mrs. Jesse your very best in the little as dog "sitter" for Beverly's Hampshire State Police, will Harley Kaiser of Wells River, W. NEWBURY we have the Brown building, Bushaw, the Chairman, says things You do. Then you will animals, present a program at the had lunch Tuesday, April 13, the kitchen and storage area, you should have received your .... Bertha Carleton the administration building, forms by. now. When you find in days to come when tony 1,add was admitted library May 8 at 2:00 p.m. at the Woodstock Inn. Enroute taken all together. These little last Monday to MHMH in which will include his home they visited Mrs. Main's 429-386S Adams Hall, the laundry and respond please let her know if steps did change and make the Hanover for treatment for an bloodhound, Trooper Oscar sister Mrs. Richard Davidson, There was a good at- the boiler room. Many im- you would your donation to be world a little better, infection and tests. She was and a reminder of the rules of who is a patient at Mary tendance at the ,all-day provements have been made a memorial as she has special Fellowship Meeting last the last few years. At the envelopes and will take oare of -ThomasE. Gallagher released late on Wednesday. the road for bicycle safety. Hitchcock Memorial Hospital Police Prayer Wendy and Wanda Whiting Parents are urged to join the in Hanover. Wednesday at the home of present, one of the two hugh . it for you. Se wishes to k IRite polite part of speaking of G wetwith Gram and school children to enjoy the Extension Homemakers Mrs. EdwardColson. boilers is being relined with alt:fhose who dona2e'in ad- with God is to be still long Gramp Ladd over the program. The Extension There were a dozen women fire brick. The kitchen tim vance. that Church World Service. The nized. The rooms in the at the Town Hall April 25. and Edward Gloeggler Motorists' Note soft pastel colored cloth was buildings are comfortable, the Asquamchumauke Motorists, please take note so nice to work on. By sewing and well cared for. The late Snowmobile Club will have a _ joggers, bicycle riders and ahead, the garments are Dr. F. J. Kasheta, whose table there. Tess Bushaw will grandparent walkers are ready when the call comes, funeral service was held here take care of the tiems any numerous in our village. This The regular meeting was in St. John Vieany Chapel last member wishes to contribute, is an exercise program. held in the afternoon. The hall Wednesday, was ad- The weatherman smiled on Please be on the lookout and will becleaned in May and it is ministrator here for 22 years, the Valley Easter Sunday as drive carefully. expected the May mecting will after being the physician here we had a beautiful day. TownNews be in the hall. in Warren for 20 years. Although it was too cold to go Mrs. Ethel Roy and Barbie TownTopics It seems ugly rumors are to the Hildreth Dam for the Lynn of Bath, N.H., called on On the 19th Miss Cindy again surfacing in the Concord sunrise service, a goodly Esther Hill this past Thur- Clemence and Linda Sholgren area that there might be a crowd assembled in the sday. took Miss Barbara Jarrell to better place for this facility church where it was corn- Nashua, N.H. to hear Miss around the Concord area. Of fortable. A delicious breakfast Maurice and Dodie Tucker were in Burlington last Jarrell's old friend, Miss May course no one knows whence was served by the male Monday and enjoyed the Sartons talk on poetry. Miss the rumors came, or from gender of the church, we were Sartons is a dear old friend of whom, but, this happens about glad to have visitors from company of Dodie's sister, Miss Jarrells. They all en- every election year, and this is other towns. Ethel Cushman, at lunch. They next met Mrs. Elma joyed the evening so much. election year. A nice service again at l 1:00 Daggett and returned home Mrs. Raymond Appleton How dirty and low can a.m. with special music and a repo that Raymond is politics get. But we should not good attendance, with her to be their guest for slowly improving and wants to be surprised at this, as it has Another eight inches of wet the week. come home, but he expects to been going on for years. But heavy snow fell Sunday night This was a busy week for the he in the hospital for some think of the lives of 132 elderly complicated the traveling and Tuckers. Dodie and Elma time to receive treatment. We people who have no other is costly for all towns and the visited Betty Dresser on Tuesday afternoon. Then on hope he will be able to use the home, but, the Home on the state to remove. It stuck to Wednesday Amy Stone came hee in the garden. Hill. trees, wires and anything Raymond Appleton is still at How ridiculous, there are so upright that would hold it. to visit and spend the night Hanover but slowly ira- many state offices in Concord From the Forest with Uncle "Mossie" and Aunt Anne Jacobs, of W. Lebanon. They enjoyed a busy week with lunch on Monday at the Happy Hour and a shopping spree at the Globe in Littleton. Thursday and Friday were spent in Burlington for shopping, lunch at Howard Johnson's and a birthday party for cousin Mavis Bero at the home of Marge Godette, a Burnie, Jane, Heidi and May 10 is a double date for monthly meeting Wednesday, Melahn, Dennis and David of Mrs. King then Heather of Barre, came on Piermont. An outstanding April 7, at the home of Mrs. Bradford. Mr. and Mrs. scrapbooks Saturday to spend theday, program will be presented at Guy Labounty with seven Ahmed Hutchinson and son of various groups. Ruby Ricker, with the thelibrary "Yesterday Again : members and one child Barre and Myron Heywood of concluded with a Eugene Ricker family, at- New Hampshire and Energy present. Mrs. Hassall Nelson St. Johnsbury joined them in tion of plants, tended the wedding of Kelley Tomorrow". The date was showed slides of the Inter- the afternoon, baked goods. Rickerand Douglas Fifield, in assigned by the National national Flower Show in Mrs. Harry Ritchie fell in Stratford on Saturday Endowment for the Montreal, Quebec, which she her home Wednesday, April .  b evening. This was a lovely Humanities, Plymouth State and several other members 14, and suffered a broken candlelight service. The College and the program is and their husbands attended shoulder. She is convalescing reception followed in Barrett given at other localities in the two years ago. Mr. and Mrs. at home. , Memorial Hall. State through October 14th but Labounty treated the ladies to David and Jenness Balko of Vacations Piermont is the nearest. A refreshments of sugar on Wethersfield, Conn., spent the Susan School vacations were on in folder is available at the snow. The next meeting is week of April 4-It with their news this New Hampshire as well as library. On that same date the planned for May 6 at 12:30 grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. brother's death on Vermont this past week. As a Piermont Elementary School p.m. at the home of Mrs. Vincent Hilyer. Their parents, the Westhaven result Grandma Sumner was Spring Program will be William Dickerson for a dues Mr. and Mrs. Carl Balkospent Hospital. Her very much pleased with a visit presented at the Town Hall. paying luncheon. Easter weekend with the Avery, was 69 More News Hilyers, and the children had been an by granddaughter, Carey The Warren Williams" pet Mr. and Mrs. Reginald returned home with them years. "Pooch" died recently, no longer to greet his friends who White, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sunday. Melanie Collier came to the Post Office next Main, and Vincent Hilyer Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Atlanta to attend door. were in Montpelier Thursday Gibson of S. Burlington were exercises at the Spring came briefly to morning, April I, to attend the Easter weekend guests of her for her cousin. Piermont one day last week as Governor's and Legislators' parents, Mr. find Mrs. infectious -- Gladys Webster, 90 and Prayer Breakfast at the Reginald White. Easter returning Charles Sheldon, 88, called Tavern Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Sunday they, withMrs. Robert trip to greetings as they sat on their Main were guests of Senator Williams of S. Ryegate, were Croteau is in porches across the street from and Mrs Gerald Morse for the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. several other each other. Both are within remainder of the day. Stewart White, Timothy, returns Sunday. spot that it could be painted honer of Pam's aunt, Gertrude Mrs. Peter Light has On April 29, the sale will be and it's appearance improved. Powers of East Burke, Vt. returned home from Hanover open until 3:00 p.m, and will The article got no where and a Pam's cousin, Donny Powers, Hospital. againbeopenfrom7:00to9:00 committee was appointed to of Brattleboro, is deaf and Steve Rogers took a big p.m. later in the evening. On study the matter and bring a teaches at the Austin School busload of people to April 30, the sale will be held recommendation for next for the Deaf. He demonstrated Burlington Friday evening to until 3:00 p.m. On May 4, year. After the articles, the his TTY, a cute little machine hear Billy Graham. There special bargains will be given town has had several calls which allows one to type over were around 20 from here that from 10:00 to 12:00a.m. went and a good nttmber from from various states in regard the telephone, so that he may surrounding towns. QUOTE to same. Some wanting to talk with his deaf friends. know if the town would pay a Duane and Kim Ash with May Fellowship Day will be "Cheerfulness is the spice of share of the cost for moving it. Brandi Lee spent Saturday held May 8 at the Haverhill, all truth." In the mean time, the missile 'with his parents. Beverly was N.H. church. Ptaiozzl rusts, home from Friday through proving, at the present, one needs a Fire Warden Dodie. long time friend. Like the the sound of Bean Brook Easter Dinner guests of Mr. Benjamin and Joshua. are in Mrs. Peter Light is making tour guide to find where one After April I, or when there Early Sunday morning Tuckers, beautiful weather roaring over the dam -- and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter smit was in Nasht good recoveryfromherreeent needs to go. Think of the is no snow upon the ground, a Mauriee, Dodie, Elma and was enjoyedontheirjaunts, energy! and Melissa were her parents Mr. and Mrs. Leonard week as his employees in the Warren, Fire Permit is needed for all Esther Hill left for Rouses Corey Austin spent his Arnold and Marian Sbeilds Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson. Stewart from N. Springfield She has returned major operation at Hanover Haverhill, Wentworth, outside burning. The burning Point, N.Y. to meet Harold spring vacation working with have moved into an apartment Mr. and Mrs. Carroll spent the day Saturday, April the hospital. Hpital. Miss Joyco Putnam was Rumney area who might have cannot be done between the and Margaret Fefee, who his Gramp Austin at the home in the Post Office Building. Eastman and Darryl had as 17, with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bunny Scott operated on at Cottage to move, or loose employment hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 were there to return his sister of Mrs. Rosenbloom on Dates To Remember dinner guests Easter Sunday Labounty. . environmental Hpital on Monday the 19th here. Just a few short years p.m.. as this is the period Elma to her home in TheffordHill. May 1 -- Grafton-Oran_ge her son and daughter and Mrs. Walter Main had as her the and what was expected to be ago, these people were moved things are most dry and ex- Dickinson, N.Y. Lyle and Alice Little of St. Association annual meeting at families, Mr. and Mrs. John luncheon guest Friday, April and bottles minor mwpry turned out to be from Concord, to the Hill to pertence has taught us that it Maurice and Dodie have to Johnsbury were callers at the Piermont Congregational Clark and son Chad from E. 16, Mrs. Rena Vigneau of work! something more complicated make use of the facilities, as is when most fires get away. "make lay while the sun home of Barb Sumner on Church l:O0to4:00p.m. Barre and Mr. and MrS. Gene Wells River. The South and all in the community the age of T.B. patients had For your permit see Warden shines" so to speak, during Sunday afternoon. May 18- Energy Followup Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur .Collection box has school vacations, when It is wonderful to have so meeting, three short fioms Mrs. Daniel Leonard, Darren, Whitehill were Easter Dinner painted a surely wish a speedy declined. Ray, Fire Chief Pushee. or --. recovery. The Tour of the facility was Wallace Wright. Maurice is free from his duties many good friends and neigh- Ocean Literature. Jeffrey, Danny, and Sarah guests of their son and family, Sylvester On Sunday, April 18, Mr. lead by Superintendent Also, the Governor has as schoolbus driver, hers. Bey Dexter with her May 25 -- Pedal Power -- were callers in the afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Currier, anything and Mrs. Fred St. Peter and Sandra Knapp, assisted by proclaimed the week of April Doug Dresser started sof- children Pammie, Kevin and Energy Follow-up Meeting; Sympathy Extended April and Danny in Monroe, with the son Paul and Mrs. William various department heads, as 18 to 25 as fire prevention tball practice at Lebanon on Steve and Georgette Chandler these two meetings follow the The community was sad- N.H. was right. There Bailey from St. Jobnsbury, we visited each building. It week. This is everyone Sunday with the Impro Team. with son John, surprisedBarh meeting of May l0. dened to learn of the death of Mr. andMrs. GuyLabounty stiff wosterly were Sunday afternoon was most interesting and responsibility and should be He is also a member of the Sumner with the finish up on Mrs. Robert White this week. visited his sister Mrs. Richard Postmaster's ----- Mrs. White lived for many Smith in Middlesex Sunday a visitors at the Carleton home. enlightening. More people adiered to. The property you Thefford team. It looks like a her lawn which she started Wafts R[ver years here in Ryegate Corner. afternoon, AprillS. hluein The committee  were very should visit here, to realize save might be your own. busy season, Doug! Saturday. This was done while ' Mrs.CiintonSawye' Mr. and Mrs. Owen Winter Mrs. Walter Main attended one look atthe pleased at the good number of what is on the Hill, and what it MlssileCrisis Jim and Harriett Stehouwer she was away from the house clothas packed for the Church means to the Valley. Warren hits a missile crisis, and son Seth from Barnard, part of Su/lday afternoon. 439-,5445 and son Jon from Barre, Mr. the program and reception moved the car. World Service and there will This week several papers Vt., attended church on Their thoughtfulness is Riverside Grange and Mrs. Gordon Page, honoring Vermont Mother of Dr. Hooker's Sunday and were guests at greatly appreciated. Riverside Grange met Groton, and Newell Freer Groton Saturday afternoon, day Wednesday, have had a fea turearticleon Melissa and Steven from the Year Laura Page of Merriam of be no clothing drive this fall, CHURCH RUMMAGE the Warren missile. The New lunch of Pastor Cook and his Pammie Dexter was a Wednesday evening May 23, at from Montpelier were Easter April 17, at the Groton caring for hire. All that travel by the SALE Woodward home admire the LYME-- There will be a York Times. the New llam- family. Jim and Gordon supper guest of Carey Anne the Roland Clement home in Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Methodist Church. lovely bay window they Rummage Sale at the Lyme pshire News, and a California served together as deacons in Jacobs and Barb Sumner on Orange with a good at- Walter Main. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur recently instaUedat the end of Chuh vestry on Thursday, paper have all had articles the First Congregational Wednesday, staying to spend tendance. Brian Misiak of Grotonand Whitehill had as Sunday the house facing the cemetery. April 29, Friday, April 30 and and pictures. This all came Church of Woodstock, Vt. the night with Carey. Fun for Greg Perreault, Master. Hannah Nelson spent the day ainner guests April 18 her son tingency . Rev. John Marsh was in the Tuesday, May 4 starting at about because of an article on Pastor Cook's family at- all! presiding. Interesting reports Friday, April 9, and were and family, Mr. and Mrs. bings, Bomb Newbury Church to occupy 10:00 a.m. each day. Snacks the March Warrant to see if tended a birthday party at the Snowpackers were given. The chairman of overnight guests of Peter and Winston Currier, April and Bomb Scares. the pulpit and all were will be on sale. The sale is the Town would take some home of Pain's parents, Mr. The Upper Valley the home extension committee Melissa Gates and their Danny from Monroe, N.H., why action to put the missile in a and Mrs. Elmer Gray on Suowpackers will hold their distributed recipes to be used parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry and her grandson David his leaflet delighted to have him able to being sponsored by the Ladies prone position in some other Sunday, April 18. This was in annual Land owners supper, at the upcoming cooking Gates. Currier from Pease Air Force this Publication, bethere. Aid Society. May 1st (Sat.) at Bean Hall contest. Mrs. William Nelson drove a Base. After dinner they en- plan (well serving time 6:30. All Club May 1 to 2 will be a spring carload of second graders joyed sugar on snow. capabilities) Members are asked to support cleaning bee t the Grange from her son Grant's Class at Mr. and Mrs. Edward him to handle this pot-luck supper in honor Center, Brookfield. All who Blue Mountain School on a McLure, Kimberly and Jared, cident in a of the landowners. It's our can areaskedtoparticipate, field trip to Frank Page's Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas manner. way of saying thank you for Mr. and Mrs. Jack Man- sugaring operation in Groton McLure, and Jacqueline their land for trail riding, sigian and Eric Haragan Wednesday afternoon, April McLure of E. Ryegate were received the third and fourth 14. Easter Dinner guests of their obligation. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren QUOTE The next meeting will be and Mr. and Mrs. Alex McLure, Jeanette and Marie May 5 at the hall. A Talent Meyette attended Easter and their grandmother Mrs. "Climate "Games lubricate the body Show is now in progress in Sunrise Services at the home Edward Corliss. Jim Emerson weather onlY and the mind." which the Grange may par- of Mr. and Mrs. Harry from Bradford joined them in days." Benjamin Franklin ticipate on May 22. Cushing in Newbury. the afternoon. Page 6-The Journal Opinion-April 28 1982 .... N 'N Haverhill Fairlee ,.., (-- * .L{.,-.t= ll4 Raymond Thurber, a Mr. andMrs. NewtonBolles Bradford00 Virginiae00dell Ryegate ,,,,,,, Katharine Bhdsde patient at the VA in White were with Mrs. Bolles' sister, 439-5720 7X7-6:115 River Jct., was home for the Louise Barnes, and brother, Geneive Bagley, L.P.N. vestry on April 15at 6:30p.m. Loraine Bickford; guests observed April 8 in the vestry White and Mr. and Mrs. Eleven couples Brian, Roxanne and Kelli , Maundy Thurston was Mr. and Mrs. Reginald S weekend. Mr. Thurber s Robert Barnes, inMontpelier, presently employed as anight where they had an excellent Cindy Danforth and Sheiia of the United Presbyterian Thomas Gibson called on Dr. square dance Copeland spent the weekend friends will be glad to know Mr. and Mrs. George superviser at the Grafton turnout of over 50 members Slalmaa. Church here with a can- and Mrs. Theophilis Taylor in 17, at Blue with Russ apd Marge Page. that he is much improved. Minshull and George, at- County complex recently and guests. A delicious pot Trophies and awards were dlelight service. Those at- Topsham Saturday afternoon, Hall with caller On Saturday, neighbors and Community Circle tended a sugar party at their completed a 12-week luck dinner with extra special handed out to about 60 girls -- tending were seated at tables April I0. from Jefferson, relatives helped Kelli The Community Circle met daughter and son-in-law's Mr. pharmocology course at the ice crem and cookies -- over 100present. Virginia was with an elder seated at the Mr. andMrs. Harold Nelson invited tothehome celebrate herfirstbirthday, at the home of Mrs. David and Mrs. Lawrence Underhill, VA Hospital in White River homemade. The supper crowned queen of the Barre head of each table. Holy were Easter Sunday dinner Mrs. Bruce Don and Alison Hammond Fuchs Tuesday evening, April inPiermont, N.H. Junction. chairmen were Bill and Rosa Unit for ten straight years. Communion was served and guests of their son and family, following the returned home Saturday from 13. The summer projects were Mr. and Mrs. Verne Bat- Cindy Wicklein andBridget Heidenreich; Amelia Taxter; She has been high sales in the candles were extinguished Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson, cream sundaes. their honeymoon in Bermuda. discussed. The annual lun- chelder were with their visited relatives in Chelm- Joseph and Lucille De Coeur; Upper New England for eight one by one as the service Tracy and Jeremy in Lincoln, square dance Laurence and Eola Smith cheon will be held at the Third daughter and son-in-law, Mr. sford and Brocton, Mass. for a and Charles Zwicker. Royce returned home Friday from a Rail on Tuesday, May II. The and Mrs. William Knox. week recently. Richard and Boyd was also noticed running winter in New Smyrna Beach, June meeting will be at Mrs. Guests at Mr. and Mrs. Gloria Fox flew from Boston around filling coffee cups, so Fl. They saw the launching of John Lange's. James Bagley's were Pastor to San Diego, Calif., for a week everyone was well taken care the space shuttle Columbia tlistortcalSoctety Arthur Bagley; Laura Bagley, and a half to attend a grocers of. and other satellites, also saw The Historical Society met of Burlington; and Mr. and convention. of those years. A preview of concluded. N.H. May22. the 1982 line of toys and gifts A number from here at- Mrs. William Nelson, Darcy were shown. New parties will tended the Sunrise Service Andrew and Betsey were Allen, he starting June I on through Easter morning at the S. visitors Tuesday morning, and Mrs. Thanksgiving time. Ryegate United Presbyterian April t3, of Mrs, Ernest Roy, son Gene from the Goodyear Blimp New Baby Girl followed Charles and Muriel Harold Haskins of Bradford and maple syrup following, close to the ground. April 13. The main interest of Valerie Gardner, of Rich- With gratitude to God, Mr. Stimson were program died April 25. Visiting hours served by the Ladies' Aid. 20-day trip the evening was the iden- mond, was with her parents, and Mrs. Bryce A. Stevens of chairman. Their guests were will be Tuesday, April 27 in the. At the Easter Morning Mr. and Mrs, Nell Smith, tification of pictures, the Mr. and Mrs. Dorian Gardner. Pensacola, FI. announce the Jonni and Lou Cattani. Lou evening from7:00 to9:00p,m. Church service at the United Pauline Smith, Carrie Conery oldest dating from the 1880's, Miss Gardner was voted birth of a new baby girl, Julia showed slides of the time he Funeral services will be held Presbyterian Church here, "and Marion Young returned a which were donated by Leland Coach of the Year, and will Elizabeth, born on March 28. lived with a family in Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. at the Marie McLure, Darcy Nelson, week ago Sunday from a 20- and Cleland Chapman. with Mona Garone, coach the She joins an older brother Malaysia -- truly beautiful. Hale Funeral Home. and Timothy White were very at the Town Hall, Tuesday, Mrs. David Colby. A short business meeting Memorial and the breakfast of pancakes Elie, Bradley, and Benjamin attended the in Bath. 4-H Dairy Pot Mrs. Guy Labounty and Danville Tuesday Mrs. Alex Meyette were April 20. members of the choir which Blue Mountain( sang the Easter Contata Blue Mountain "Halleluia, What a Saviour!" 263 held its regular by John Peterson at the Tuesday evening, day trip across the United Cleland was present from Vermont All-State Girl's Joshua. Grandparent honors LOu'8 commentary was very received into the membership Newbury Bible Church Easter with 19 members States. Highlights of their trip Massapequa, N.Y. for the Basketball Team. go to Mrs. Margaret Kennedy interesting, his wit and humor of the church. Joining as af- evening. were visits to Natural Bridge, meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bobzin of Bradford, Mr. Norman was enjoyed by all. 9iermonr donation was mad filiate members were Ernest Presbyterian Women Seals, also to Va., the Cowboy Hall of Fame Easter Visiting were with Mr. Bobzin's Kennedy of Champlain, N.Y.; The next meeting will be A son, Christopher Michael, and Carol Demers. An adult The Ryegate United Goodwill Fund. and Will Rogers Memorial in Easter news follows: mother, Mrs. Mary Hallion, in and Mr. and Mrs. Donald May 13, in the vestry with was born to Mr. and Mrs. choir of ll voices rendered the Presbyterian Women held discussion of" Oklahoma, the Painted Visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Paul Swampscott, Mass. Stevens of Piermont, N.H. Mary Russell as program Frank Rodimon, Jr. (Carol anthem "Glory in the Gar- their monthly meeting purchase of new Desert, Petrified Forest and Flanders were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Babette Gendron and Karen chairman. Grand Canyon in Arizona, William Williams, Kelli and O'Donnelt and Douglas, were Locke drove to Groton, Conn. She plans to have as her Woodsville. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William the home of Mrs. Fremont Nelson will Sue Moody) April 18 in den". Thursday evening, April 15, at Beulah LaBay Carlsbad Caverns in New Shannon, of Bradford; Mr. withMrs. O'Donnell'smother, last Friday to visit Kip guest, Jennifer Linnell who Frank Rodimon, Sr., Pier- Nelson, Grant, Hannah, Nelson with 16 present. Mrs. committeetolook Mexico, and Niagara Falls in and Mrs. Theodore Flanders, Mrs. Flossie Baldwin, and Gendron and saw some of the was an exchange student in mont, Mrs. Louise Rodimon of Andrew, and Betsey were Reginald White led devotions the New York and Canada. While ofLebannn, N.H.; and James sister, Mrs. DoreenHatch, in submarine base base at Australia. This should also Merideth, N.H. and Mr. and Easter Dinner guests of his and a discussion of the Mr. and in Arizona they spent three Flanders, of Burlington. Chelsea. days with Mr. and Mrs. Groton and New London. On prove a very interesting Mrs. Peter Moody, Pike. brother and family, Mr. and proposed constitution and by- showed slides of Harland Skinner of Apache Saturday, Karen went hack to meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Mrs. Fremont Nelson, Darcy, laws for the Northern New the West Coast Junction, Ariz. and Orford, Warren; , , FioydR. Ray Bradley Airport and met her Legien and Auxiliary Simpson are grandparents of Matthew, andEthan. England Presbyterial and took a few years  N,H. Mr. and Mrs. Skinner 764-9979 brother Sgt. Harold Locke of On May 4, the Legion and a baby girl, Deborah born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hit- similar proposed by-laws for and two took them to Casa Grande Ho It was a cold blustery winter Among those visiting were, the 86th Airboru out of Fort Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel George chcock of Tarpon Springs, FI., the local group. Vice syrup are being who have been summer President Rachel Gates benefit the Ho Kum Indian Ruins and a daY, April 8, 1982 when I Ronaid Andrews, Acting Bragg, N. C. He is visiting in p.m. for their regular meeting (Leslie Simpson) of N. residents of Ryegate for the presided at the business meeting will day's trip on the Apache Trall. motored up the side of Mr. Director, Division of Mental Bradford for 30 days and then in the Legion Hall. All Haverhilll4. The entire trip covered 6650 Moosilauke to the Glencliff Health and Division will leave for a three year members are invited and itistoricaiSociety past several years, are meeting. The proposed by- April 25, at miles, and included a sidetrip Home for the Elderly, in the Disabilities, Dr. Stephen hitch in Germany. urged to attend. Memorial The annual meeting of the spending the month of April in laws were amended slightly into Mexico. Town of Benton. Narnish, Medical Director On Monday, Babette and exercises to be held on the 30th Historical Society will be held California visiting their son and accepted, degree. Doug and Jane White spent A group of people were New Hampshire Hospitak, HTFA-E3 Bernard Gendron -- a Sunday -- will be at the Fire Station, April 30 at Robert in San Francisco, as A committee of Margaret Mrs. Edward a few days recently visiting invited to an open house to Ray Burton of the Governors returned to Bradford, where discussed. 8:00 p.m., following the Ham well as sightseeing and Nelson and Jennifer Nelson Henry Gates, friends and relatives in show the many facilities and Council, John Fullerton, he will be on a 30 day visit Virginia Bedellwas in Barre and Bean Supper at the Town visiting other friends, was appointed to investigate Beauvais, and Wolcott, Durham, Cheshire personel of the home. One Selectman of Haverhill, and before going to Yokosuha, Friday night where she at- Hall which starts at 5:30. Mr. andMrs. Walter Wilcox, the possibility of purchasing Nelson and Haddam, Conn. does not imagine the size of myself. Japan for two years, where he tended her llth "Friendly Agnes Perkins will present a Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilcox, some folding chairs for the daughters to Emily Metcalf was hostess the facility until you are As the politicians come will be detailed on the U.S.S. 4-Iomes Parties" banquet at report of Taking Oral History Bonnie and Robert Jr., church vestry. Wednesday, at the VIS card party. First escorted through it, as this around this summer and fall, White Clouds. the Steak House. Accom- (your turn is coming to be Sherry, Mary, and Kerry A committee will also look place was won by Hazel Irwin, group was, after a delicious just ask, 'How do you feel Friendly Club panying her was Sherry taped! ) and Robert Evans will Adams, and Mr. and Mrs. further into the purchase of a second by Sylvia.Guy, and iow lunch by Pat and Ray and about Glencliff?" If they have The Friendly Club met in Tullar; dealer Juanita Swartz explain the marking of the Kenneth Maxfield, Sylvia and vacuum cleaner for the Mrs. Arthur by Polly Smith. helpers. The 132 elderly not heard of it, tell them, if the United Church of Christ ahd Laura Swartz; dealer town's historic buildings. Be Christine from W. Fairlee church. Refreshments were Hassall Nelson, Girls'Club residents, and the 104 era- they are agin it, send them present to find out whether dined together Easter Sunday served by Mrs. Wendell Clark, McLure, and Eleven members of Girls' ployees, or at least those we back down the Pike. Wo FAIRI.EF. Barhara Sumner your house or an .outbuilding evening at Phil's Restaurant Mrs. Theodore Clark, and Gates attended Club met on April 21 at interviewed, seemed to be a We are glad to say the 333 -4477 may be so designated and in E. Ryegate. Mrs. Mary Mrs. Fremont Nelson. County Belinda Lees' home. Jeanne large happy family, present Governor and Ray The next meeting is planned Homemakers for May 20 at the homeofMrs. Meeting in James Kinerson. Mrs. Roland April Sargent will lead the program McLure gave a on "The Fellowship of the Young Least Coin". Counci 1. Town Topics' business meeting Dinner guests on Easter who wished Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Goodwillie Nelson included Mr. and Mrs. Following lunch Wayne Heywood of St. shown by Cal Johnsbury, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Extension Sayers of Piermunt, N.H,, and President, on their niece from Quaker Hill, Homemaker sewed on layettes for been improved and moder- There is to be a Flea market enough to listen, weekend to help Grandma. Same Day Events Homemakers held their Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. John summer in Home, Pare Aldrich and Mary In 1906, or thereabouts, it Burton are supporters of Small Steps Sunday. Ethel and Francis perhaps help on payment of Prince, the Adams' girls' Ann Dellinger were on seems the first buildings were Glencliff. Do not despair, that You met Bev at the shopping plaza, taxes. Officers will be elected, mother, who is employed at cannot change the world in a so the girls indulged, while Safety Program Phil's, was their waitress. committee, erected here. Over the years it Warren Cancer Crusade is day or two. Instead, just give Francis returned home to act Wayne Fortier, New Mrs. Walter Main, with Mrs. has grown tremendously. Now underway and Mrs. Jesse your very best in the little as dog "sitter" for Beverly's Hampshire State Police, will Harley Kaiser of Wells River, W. NEWBURY we have the Brown building, Bushaw, the Chairman, says things You do. Then you will animals, present a program at the had lunch Tuesday, April 13, the kitchen and storage area, you should have received your .... Bertha Carleton the administration building, forms by. now. When you find in days to come when tony 1,add was admitted library May 8 at 2:00 p.m. at the Woodstock Inn. Enroute taken all together. These little last Monday to MHMH in which will include his home they visited Mrs. Main's 429-386S Adams Hall, the laundry and respond please let her know if steps did change and make the Hanover for treatment for an bloodhound, Trooper Oscar sister Mrs. Richard Davidson, There was a good at- the boiler room. Many im- you would your donation to be world a little better, infection and tests. She was and a reminder of the rules of who is a patient at Mary tendance at the ,all-day provements have been made a memorial as she has special Fellowship Meeting last the last few years. At the envelopes and will take oare of -ThomasE. Gallagher released late on Wednesday. the road for bicycle safety. Hitchcock Memorial Hospital Police Prayer Wendy and Wanda Whiting Parents are urged to join the in Hanover. Wednesday at the home of present, one of the two hugh . it for you. Se wishes to k IRite polite part of speaking of G wetwith Gram and school children to enjoy the Extension Homemakers Mrs. EdwardColson. boilers is being relined with alt:fhose who dona2e'in ad- with God is to be still long Gramp Ladd over the program. The Extension There were a dozen women fire brick. The kitchen tim vance. that Church World Service. The nized. The rooms in the at the Town Hall April 25. and Edward Gloeggler Motorists' Note soft pastel colored cloth was buildings are comfortable, the Asquamchumauke Motorists, please take note so nice to work on. By sewing and well cared for. The late Snowmobile Club will have a _ joggers, bicycle riders and ahead, the garments are Dr. F. J. Kasheta, whose table there. Tess Bushaw will grandparent walkers are ready when the call comes, funeral service was held here take care of the tiems any numerous in our village. This The regular meeting was in St. John Vieany Chapel last member wishes to contribute, is an exercise program. held in the afternoon. The hall Wednesday, was ad- The weatherman smiled on Please be on the lookout and will becleaned in May and it is ministrator here for 22 years, the Valley Easter Sunday as drive carefully. expected the May mecting will after being the physician here we had a beautiful day. TownNews be in the hall. in Warren for 20 years. Although it was too cold to go Mrs. Ethel Roy and Barbie TownTopics It seems ugly rumors are to the Hildreth Dam for the Lynn of Bath, N.H., called on On the 19th Miss Cindy again surfacing in the Concord sunrise service, a goodly Esther Hill this past Thur- Clemence and Linda Sholgren area that there might be a crowd assembled in the sday. took Miss Barbara Jarrell to better place for this facility church where it was corn- Nashua, N.H. to hear Miss around the Concord area. Of fortable. A delicious breakfast Maurice and Dodie Tucker were in Burlington last Jarrell's old friend, Miss May course no one knows whence was served by the male Monday and enjoyed the Sartons talk on poetry. Miss the rumors came, or from gender of the church, we were Sartons is a dear old friend of whom, but, this happens about glad to have visitors from company of Dodie's sister, Miss Jarrells. They all en- every election year, and this is other towns. Ethel Cushman, at lunch. They next met Mrs. Elma joyed the evening so much. election year. A nice service again at l 1:00 Daggett and returned home Mrs. Raymond Appleton How dirty and low can a.m. with special music and a repo that Raymond is politics get. But we should not good attendance, with her to be their guest for slowly improving and wants to be surprised at this, as it has Another eight inches of wet the week. come home, but he expects to been going on for years. But heavy snow fell Sunday night This was a busy week for the he in the hospital for some think of the lives of 132 elderly complicated the traveling and Tuckers. Dodie and Elma time to receive treatment. We people who have no other is costly for all towns and the visited Betty Dresser on Tuesday afternoon. Then on hope he will be able to use the home, but, the Home on the state to remove. It stuck to Wednesday Amy Stone came hee in the garden. Hill. trees, wires and anything Raymond Appleton is still at How ridiculous, there are so upright that would hold it. to visit and spend the night Hanover but slowly ira- many state offices in Concord From the Forest with Uncle "Mossie" and Aunt Anne Jacobs, of W. Lebanon. They enjoyed a busy week with lunch on Monday at the Happy Hour and a shopping spree at the Globe in Littleton. Thursday and Friday were spent in Burlington for shopping, lunch at Howard Johnson's and a birthday party for cousin Mavis Bero at the home of Marge Godette, a Burnie, Jane, Heidi and May 10 is a double date for monthly meeting Wednesday, Melahn, Dennis and David of Mrs. King then Heather of Barre, came on Piermont. An outstanding April 7, at the home of Mrs. Bradford. Mr. and Mrs. scrapbooks Saturday to spend theday, program will be presented at Guy Labounty with seven Ahmed Hutchinson and son of various groups. Ruby Ricker, with the thelibrary "Yesterday Again : members and one child Barre and Myron Heywood of concluded with a Eugene Ricker family, at- New Hampshire and Energy present. Mrs. Hassall Nelson St. Johnsbury joined them in tion of plants, tended the wedding of Kelley Tomorrow". The date was showed slides of the Inter- the afternoon, baked goods. Rickerand Douglas Fifield, in assigned by the National national Flower Show in Mrs. Harry Ritchie fell in Stratford on Saturday Endowment for the Montreal, Quebec, which she her home Wednesday, April .  b evening. This was a lovely Humanities, Plymouth State and several other members 14, and suffered a broken candlelight service. The College and the program is and their husbands attended shoulder. She is convalescing reception followed in Barrett given at other localities in the two years ago. Mr. and Mrs. at home. , Memorial Hall. State through October 14th but Labounty treated the ladies to David and Jenness Balko of Vacations Piermont is the nearest. A refreshments of sugar on Wethersfield, Conn., spent the Susan School vacations were on in folder is available at the snow. The next meeting is week of April 4-It with their news this New Hampshire as well as library. On that same date the planned for May 6 at 12:30 grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. brother's death on Vermont this past week. As a Piermont Elementary School p.m. at the home of Mrs. Vincent Hilyer. Their parents, the Westhaven result Grandma Sumner was Spring Program will be William Dickerson for a dues Mr. and Mrs. Carl Balkospent Hospital. Her very much pleased with a visit presented at the Town Hall. paying luncheon. Easter weekend with the Avery, was 69 More News Hilyers, and the children had been an by granddaughter, Carey The Warren Williams" pet Mr. and Mrs. Reginald returned home with them years. "Pooch" died recently, no longer to greet his friends who White, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sunday. Melanie Collier came to the Post Office next Main, and Vincent Hilyer Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Atlanta to attend door. were in Montpelier Thursday Gibson of S. Burlington were exercises at the Spring came briefly to morning, April I, to attend the Easter weekend guests of her for her cousin. Piermont one day last week as Governor's and Legislators' parents, Mr. find Mrs. infectious -- Gladys Webster, 90 and Prayer Breakfast at the Reginald White. Easter returning Charles Sheldon, 88, called Tavern Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Sunday they, withMrs. Robert trip to greetings as they sat on their Main were guests of Senator Williams of S. Ryegate, were Croteau is in porches across the street from and Mrs Gerald Morse for the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. several other each other. Both are within remainder of the day. Stewart White, Timothy, returns Sunday. spot that it could be painted honer of Pam's aunt, Gertrude Mrs. Peter Light has On April 29, the sale will be and it's appearance improved. Powers of East Burke, Vt. returned home from Hanover open until 3:00 p.m, and will The article got no where and a Pam's cousin, Donny Powers, Hospital. againbeopenfrom7:00to9:00 committee was appointed to of Brattleboro, is deaf and Steve Rogers took a big p.m. later in the evening. On study the matter and bring a teaches at the Austin School busload of people to April 30, the sale will be held recommendation for next for the Deaf. He demonstrated Burlington Friday evening to until 3:00 p.m. On May 4, year. After the articles, the his TTY, a cute little machine hear Billy Graham. There special bargains will be given town has had several calls which allows one to type over were around 20 from here that from 10:00 to 12:00a.m. went and a good nttmber from from various states in regard the telephone, so that he may surrounding towns. QUOTE to same. Some wanting to talk with his deaf friends. know if the town would pay a Duane and Kim Ash with May Fellowship Day will be "Cheerfulness is the spice of share of the cost for moving it. Brandi Lee spent Saturday held May 8 at the Haverhill, all truth." In the mean time, the missile 'with his parents. Beverly was N.H. church. Ptaiozzl rusts, home from Friday through proving, at the present, one needs a Fire Warden Dodie. long time friend. Like the the sound of Bean Brook Easter Dinner guests of Mr. Benjamin and Joshua. are in Mrs. Peter Light is making tour guide to find where one After April I, or when there Early Sunday morning Tuckers, beautiful weather roaring over the dam -- and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter smit was in Nasht good recoveryfromherreeent needs to go. Think of the is no snow upon the ground, a Mauriee, Dodie, Elma and was enjoyedontheirjaunts, energy! and Melissa were her parents Mr. and Mrs. Leonard week as his employees in the Warren, Fire Permit is needed for all Esther Hill left for Rouses Corey Austin spent his Arnold and Marian Sbeilds Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson. Stewart from N. Springfield She has returned major operation at Hanover Haverhill, Wentworth, outside burning. The burning Point, N.Y. to meet Harold spring vacation working with have moved into an apartment Mr. and Mrs. Carroll spent the day Saturday, April the hospital. Hpital. Miss Joyco Putnam was Rumney area who might have cannot be done between the and Margaret Fefee, who his Gramp Austin at the home in the Post Office Building. Eastman and Darryl had as 17, with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bunny Scott operated on at Cottage to move, or loose employment hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 were there to return his sister of Mrs. Rosenbloom on Dates To Remember dinner guests Easter Sunday Labounty. . environmental Hpital on Monday the 19th here. Just a few short years p.m.. as this is the period Elma to her home in TheffordHill. May 1 -- Grafton-Oran_ge her son and daughter and Mrs. Walter Main had as her the and what was expected to be ago, these people were moved things are most dry and ex- Dickinson, N.Y. Lyle and Alice Little of St. Association annual meeting at families, Mr. and Mrs. John luncheon guest Friday, April and bottles minor mwpry turned out to be from Concord, to the Hill to pertence has taught us that it Maurice and Dodie have to Johnsbury were callers at the Piermont Congregational Clark and son Chad from E. 16, Mrs. Rena Vigneau of work! something more complicated make use of the facilities, as is when most fires get away. "make lay while the sun home of Barb Sumner on Church l:O0to4:00p.m. Barre and Mr. and MrS. Gene Wells River. The South and all in the community the age of T.B. patients had For your permit see Warden shines" so to speak, during Sunday afternoon. May 18- Energy Followup Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur .Collection box has school vacations, when It is wonderful to have so meeting, three short fioms Mrs. Daniel Leonard, Darren, Whitehill were Easter Dinner painted a surely wish a speedy declined. Ray, Fire Chief Pushee. or --. recovery. The Tour of the facility was Wallace Wright. Maurice is free from his duties many good friends and neigh- Ocean Literature. Jeffrey, Danny, and Sarah guests of their son and family, Sylvester On Sunday, April 18, Mr. lead by Superintendent Also, the Governor has as schoolbus driver, hers. Bey Dexter with her May 25 -- Pedal Power -- were callers in the afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Currier, anything and Mrs. Fred St. Peter and Sandra Knapp, assisted by proclaimed the week of April Doug Dresser started sof- children Pammie, Kevin and Energy Follow-up Meeting; Sympathy Extended April and Danny in Monroe, with the son Paul and Mrs. William various department heads, as 18 to 25 as fire prevention tball practice at Lebanon on Steve and Georgette Chandler these two meetings follow the The community was sad- N.H. was right. There Bailey from St. Jobnsbury, we visited each building. It week. This is everyone Sunday with the Impro Team. with son John, surprisedBarh meeting of May l0. dened to learn of the death of Mr. andMrs. GuyLabounty stiff wosterly were Sunday afternoon was most interesting and responsibility and should be He is also a member of the Sumner with the finish up on Mrs. Robert White this week. visited his sister Mrs. Richard Postmaster's ----- Mrs. White lived for many Smith in Middlesex Sunday a visitors at the Carleton home. enlightening. More people adiered to. The property you Thefford team. It looks like a her lawn which she started Wafts R[ver years here in Ryegate Corner. afternoon, AprillS. hluein The committee  were very should visit here, to realize save might be your own. busy season, Doug! Saturday. This was done while ' Mrs.CiintonSawye' Mr. and Mrs. Owen Winter Mrs. Walter Main attended one look atthe pleased at the good number of what is on the Hill, and what it MlssileCrisis Jim and Harriett Stehouwer she was away from the house clothas packed for the Church means to the Valley. Warren hits a missile crisis, and son Seth from Barnard, part of Su/lday afternoon. 439-,5445 and son Jon from Barre, Mr. the program and reception moved the car. World Service and there will This week several papers Vt., attended church on Their thoughtfulness is Riverside Grange and Mrs. Gordon Page, honoring Vermont Mother of Dr. Hooker's Sunday and were guests at greatly appreciated. Riverside Grange met Groton, and Newell Freer Groton Saturday afternoon, day Wednesday, have had a fea turearticleon Melissa and Steven from the Year Laura Page of Merriam of be no clothing drive this fall, CHURCH RUMMAGE the Warren missile. The New lunch of Pastor Cook and his Pammie Dexter was a Wednesday evening May 23, at from Montpelier were Easter April 17, at the Groton caring for hire. All that travel by the SALE Woodward home admire the LYME-- There will be a York Times. the New llam- family. Jim and Gordon supper guest of Carey Anne the Roland Clement home in Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Methodist Church. lovely bay window they Rummage Sale at the Lyme pshire News, and a California served together as deacons in Jacobs and Barb Sumner on Orange with a good at- Walter Main. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur recently instaUedat the end of Chuh vestry on Thursday, paper have all had articles the First Congregational Wednesday, staying to spend tendance. Brian Misiak of Grotonand Whitehill had as Sunday the house facing the cemetery. April 29, Friday, April 30 and and pictures. This all came Church of Woodstock, Vt. the night with Carey. Fun for Greg Perreault, Master. Hannah Nelson spent the day ainner guests April 18 her son tingency . Rev. John Marsh was in the Tuesday, May 4 starting at about because of an article on Pastor Cook's family at- all! presiding. Interesting reports Friday, April 9, and were and family, Mr. and Mrs. bings, Bomb Newbury Church to occupy 10:00 a.m. each day. Snacks the March Warrant to see if tended a birthday party at the Snowpackers were given. The chairman of overnight guests of Peter and Winston Currier, April and Bomb Scares. the pulpit and all were will be on sale. The sale is the Town would take some home of Pain's parents, Mr. The Upper Valley the home extension committee Melissa Gates and their Danny from Monroe, N.H., why action to put the missile in a and Mrs. Elmer Gray on Suowpackers will hold their distributed recipes to be used parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry and her grandson David his leaflet delighted to have him able to being sponsored by the Ladies prone position in some other Sunday, April 18. This was in annual Land owners supper, at the upcoming cooking Gates. Currier from Pease Air Force this Publication, bethere. Aid Society. May 1st (Sat.) at Bean Hall contest. Mrs. William Nelson drove a Base. After dinner they en- plan (well serving time 6:30. All Club May 1 to 2 will be a spring carload of second graders joyed sugar on snow. capabilities) Members are asked to support cleaning bee t the Grange from her son Grant's Class at Mr. and Mrs. Edward him to handle this pot-luck supper in honor Center, Brookfield. All who Blue Mountain School on a McLure, Kimberly and Jared, cident in a of the landowners. It's our can areaskedtoparticipate, field trip to Frank Page's Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas manner. way of saying thank you for Mr. and Mrs. Jack Man- sugaring operation in Groton McLure, and Jacqueline their land for trail riding, sigian and Eric Haragan Wednesday afternoon, April McLure of E. Ryegate were received the third and fourth 14. Easter Dinner guests of their obligation. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren QUOTE The next meeting will be and Mr. and Mrs. Alex McLure, Jeanette and Marie May 5 at the hall. A Talent Meyette attended Easter and their grandmother Mrs. "Climate "Games lubricate the body Show is now in progress in Sunrise Services at the home Edward Corliss.JimEmerson weather onlY and the mind." which the Grange may par- of Mr. and Mrs. Harry from Bradford joined them in days." Benjamin Franklin ticipate on May 22. Cushing in Newbury. the afternoon.