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May 12, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 i a emy science winners nit d Newbury,,, o, Isabel 8Whi't7; collapsed ! : ! z" LTl--!ghborswillbehappy eventually was coaxecl and : nAJa8thGrade aAJa7thGrade .... tt Norm Williams is heaved up to the top of the Haverhill Academy Jr. High The Seventh Grade Science School held its annual 8th Fair at HAJH was April 6. amLafter his long bank where it and Grade Science Fair March 25 John Wright took top honors -thhee VA, feeling lay still for quite a while, been-" has.for a year. recovering. All seems to De  in the school cafeteria. The with his project on "Nuclear  : gwen therapeutic well now.  Energy"; Second place went 4Jrmmg exercises. Dakota got much praise and ador at the .=, Is a heroine. She Jane Smit, and out of the Bakery to had s horse showed a ;ense. It couldn't steep, mud- it stood in the ) its neck and its eyes, con- ane telephoned the Scotts. In Bunny, Larry man were all petting for her timely alarm without which all might have been lost. More News Peter Cole is enjoying a day's fishing at Lake Win- nepesaukee. The Harold Olmsteads have moved to the Opera Block in Woodsville. Arthur Renfrew is making progress at Cottage Hospital. Agnes is very busy getting papering and painting done so that all will be finished when he comes back to the new house. Tim Grow has been staying with a host family in Rutland Then Marty for rehearsals for the All State jumped into the 'Jazz Band Festival. Selenda with Grow is driving over for the It took con- concert. She is planning a to get it on the took almost efforts on the sailing trip from Portsmouth, N.H., Saturday with Ryan and some other students, whale to haul the watching. Halfway up the Charlie Cole has some ripe gave up but tomatoes. FjrJ Mrs Esther Johnsm Forces Da y. eg Ar;aVL, IUng IS - flag n Saturda , r istration '" " m=l ,,=use who protect Mr. and Mrs. John Lange mesh Newton and byn, Karen, and Mrs..,Newton s J. Ruth Merrill,, in , N.J., recently. ill returned with it. Ackerman "red" house to Wallace and a first-grader Grade School. at The sale by Sargent Circle is their annual mZaar, held on ttly 31. Anyone may contact Newton Belles, 4437, or Mrs. at 333-9704. sh Held .was held at Lge, by the fifth z= grades, on a 1, to benefit visited Mrs. Lange's mother, Mrs. Georgia Campbell, and her sisters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Grimes and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Craig, in Brookfield, Mass., and Mr. Lange's sister, Mrs. Ethel Anderson, in Man- chester, N.H., on Thursday, April 29. Todd Rossano, of Warwick, R.I., was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Bagley and family over the weekend. Todd was a member of the orchestra from Warwick high school that gave a concert at Oxbow High School Saturday evening, May 1. This was in exchange of the concert given, some months ago, by the Oxbow young people in Warwick. Spring Ca mporee Wendell Woodward, Scout Master of Troop 36, reported that Paul Barnes, Allan Marsh, Scott Woodward, Lennie Gray, Brian Musty, and Chuckle Culbertson ac- companied Mr. Woodward to ride. Anyone the annual spring Camporee ten who will he at Hanover, N.H., April 30, 'me Grade School and May 1-2. The boys took h in September, third place in the demon- ct the school for strations. Congratuiationsl  tella Knapp" 439-576Z April 22, for the Lodge No. Ind Minerva DES was held Temple, E. installing B. Page, Robert J. Marshall in- or ap- as follows: Gary Nye, T. Holland S.S.; Chaplain; Mar.; team for 68 were Matron; Vida Hazel ain; and Organist. following year: J. Associate Perrin; a, Harold Con- Donnley; Londry; Parker; Knapp; Perdue; the Minerva Chapter 86 held May 25 the Charter was draped in memory of Florence K, Pierce, Worthy Grand Matron of the Grand Chapter of Vermont DES 1916 to 1917. Born Dec. 29, 1882 -- died March 14, 1982. Guests at the regular meeting were Newell Briggs, Grand Patron of Vermont and his wife, Ruth Briggs, Grand Esther of Vermont. Town Topics Callers at the home of Mrs. Moses Brock May 2 were her sister, Mrs. Bertha Carleton of W. Newbury and her daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Drew of Bradford. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunting of Yarmouth, Mass., were recent weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert T. Holland, Jr. The church steeple lighting for this week is given in memory of Mrs. Thelma Hadley by Stella McLam. Gloria Miller and Mary Gendron of Gloria's Salon of Beauty were in Burlington recent to attend a Vermont State Cosmetologist Meeting at the Sheraton Inn. Rummage Sale The East Corinth Volunteer Fire Department ladles are busy getting ready for their annual rummage sale at Buster and Myrtle Flanders' garage. The sale starts May 22. Any donations for the sale may be left there before the sale. Elaine Susanne The ,Conductress De installed meeting of INTERESTING FACT Taxi drivers, exports say, are usually tipped 15 percent of the total charge with a 25 cent minimum, ARTESIAN WELL CO, ince 1930 116. u. vim.re.sin Pearl and Carol Roy who were married on April 30 in McIndoe . The reception was held at the 111 Club in Woodsville. They are off to California. for their honeymoon. Miriam Lane was hostess at the VIS card party. First place was won by Lillian Dunckley, second by Hazel Irwin, and low score by Mary Bigelow. Grace Green won the first prize in cards at Moosilauke Grange in E. Haverhill on Friday night. Doughnuts and maple syrup were served as refreshments. United Methodist Women met at the church on May 5 with ii members present. Florence Cote of Monroe represented "Successful Living: and presented a book and record sales Edith Henson and Inka McDanolds were on committee. Morrill School News The PTF of James Morrill Elementary School held a meeting last month, the program being a talk about the Reading Program and Title I. The next meeting is on Thursday, May 13 at 7:00 in the school cafeteria. Also, the James Morrill PTG and anyone else who is interested is invited to a joint meeting with the Woodsville Elementary School PTG on Wednesday, May 12 at 7:30 at the Woodsville Elementary School. Doug Klette will speak on "How to better deal with your child's behavior." The school T-shirt sale has been a great success. Shirts are still available from Carol Norcross, 787-6701. Loyalty Day Contest Winners The Haverhill Memorial VFW Auxiliary sponsored the Loyalty Day Poster contest in Haverhill Memorial Junior High. The winners in the eighth grade were: First-- Chris Beck, second-- Cindy Lenou; third-- Leslie Walker. The winners in the seventh grade were: John Wright, second-- Malynda Allen; and Piermont The annual meeting of the Pierrnont Historical Society was held at the Fire Station on April 30. The following officers were elected: President, Robert Evans; Vice President, Agnes Perkins; Secretary, Helen Elder; Treasurer, Alec Szuch; Director at Large, Vincent Tomes. Robert Evans is the third president who is a Robie descendant. Alfred Stevens was the first; Eileen Belyea the second. Outgoing president Belyea expressed appreciaUon for the support of the officers for the past two years and they in turn ap- preciated her fine leadership. Vice President Perkins is chairman of the program committee and will select her own committee to plan the remaining three meethws and four tours this year. Meda Kinghorn requested help to activate areas of fulfillment of the question- naire put out by the town and Town Clerk Arvilla Bedford called for help in answering genealogical requests which members of the society will attempt to do for a fee to go into the Society Treasury. Agnes Perkins gave a comprehensive report of the information obtained by the four members who attended the workshop on taping oral histories of townsfolk which the society is promoting. Many of those present paid their 1982 dues which entities them to written notices of meetings and programs. Open House Over 200 people attended the Plant Pantry open house May 1. JM Landscaping and Nursery will have their open house May 14, 15, 16. These two Piermont nurseries are making modern use of the rich river bottom land which the Indian's called "pockonock". Spring Festival The annual Spring Festival of the Piermont Elementary School will be held at the Town Hall, May 12 at 7: 30. Veterans Home Mr. and Mrs. Roland McKean, Mr. and Mrs. John Farnham and Mrs. Florence Clough visited the New Hampshire Veterans Home in Tilton, recently. They took with them, five gallons of maple syrup made by Roland McKean and donated by the VFW Post 5245. Commandant Kenneth Tarr told them the history of the home and gave them a tour. It is a beautiful home for our New Hampshire Veterans who risked their lives and fought for our country. There are 91 residents, two of them are women. The rooms are spacious and brightly decorated. Two residents occupy each bedroom. There is a beautiful chapel, TV Room, Game Room, Barbershop, Beauty Parlor, Therapy Room, Arts and Crafts Room which is at a stand still because of the tightening of the State's Budget, and a beautiful Memorial Park where they can stroll, have picnics, and fish in the well-stocked fish pond. The New Hampshire Veterans Home was founded in 1890 and has since provided professional care and treat- ment for thousands of our state's sons and daughters. Other VFW and Auxiliary News The VFW Post and Auxiliary Post r45 held their election of officers at their last meeting. They will be in- stalled at the meeting on May 27, with Past State Com- mander Paul LaMott and Past State President Clairce DeVincentis as installing officers. The public is welcome. District II meeting will be in Plymouth on May 23. The officers for the District will be elected and installed at the meeting. State President Patricia Lemelin will make her official visitation at that time. Family Night Family Night of the Women's Fellowship will be at the Town Hall, May 13 -- not the 14th as previously reported. Good Record A recent State Library survey report calls attention to the outstanding record of Piermont in the libraries of towns of under 2,000 population. With a population of 513, says a local paper, it compares favorably with the towns of Haverhill and Lyme and well above the state average for circulation. The circulation per capita is 16. Correction Marian and Arnold Shields are living at 2 Old Church Road. This apartment is in the building built by Earl Howard after the previous store burned. He used timbers from the old Piermont bridge which had been carried away by the '27 flood. It was the Howard Brothers Store and the Post Office. When Floyd Smith discontinued the store in the building he had purchased he converted it into an apart- ment. He built the present Post Office in the wing of the building which was once the grain and feed store part of the Howard Bros. business. The two families who occupy the main part of the building may guide their friends by saying "I live in the Post Office building" but that is technically not true, as it was previously reported. Dates To Remember May 12--- Spring Festival at Town Hall7:30. May 12-- Widows' Support Group at Mrs. Eugene Rob- bins 3:30 p.m. Come for comfort and sharing.   projects were most interesting lit 1I and covered many branches of to Harold Clough and Richard science. Harris for their Winners were as follows: "Hydroelectric Dam"; Bill 1 st-- Dalleen Kaiser, Britt's project on "Parasitic Organisms"; "Telephones" was third. 2nd-- Corrina Aldrich, Kiersten Weiss and Heather "Oxen"; 3rd-- Chris Finlay Foote shared honors for fourth and Todd Nickerson, place with their entry "The "Evolution"; 4th-- Ronald Three Kingdoms". King, "Transportation of Honorable Mentiom were SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS-- Haverhill Academy Junior High, 8th grade winners Petroleum". given to Arnold Smith and are: (l-r) Chris Finlay and Todd Nickerson, 2nd place; Colleen Kaiser, Ist place; The following students Brian Simano, "Ear- received Honorable Mention: thquakes"; Bill Sheehan, Corrina Aldrich, 4th place; and Ronald King, 3rd place. Standing is Mary Kathy Spencer and Michelle "U.F.O.'s"; Mary Norcross McKelvey, Science teacher. Wright, "Oceanography"; and Don Ingerson, "The Alan Wright and David May, Heart"; Howard Patoine and "Volcanoes"; Mark Morin Jim LePouttre, "Volcanoes"; and Bob Vincelette, and Teresa Phelps, "Astronomy"; Francis "Arthritis". Stoddard, "Solar Energy";' Acting as judges for the Pare Reed, "Printing"; seventh graders were: Steve Valerie Spicer, "Toxic Walker, WHS; Jean Roy, Plants"; Jim Thayer, Woodsville Elementary; and, "Dinosaurs"; Heather Wood Robert Lang, Piermont and Deb Drown, "Dreams"; Village School. Tammy Wright, "Diabetes"; Cindy Lennon, "Cells"; and Wayne Parenteau, "Nuclear DIAMONDS ' W Energy". We Repair ACCUTRON TIMEX. We would like to thank our and All Makes. judges Col. Brown, Mr. Guck, and Mr. Rand, as well as the HASKELL JEWELERS parents and other members of the community for all of their Littloton, NH 03501 time and help.  i603! .444-3351 HONORABLE MENTION--- Eighth graders receiving honorable mention during the recent science fair are: (seated, l-r) Pam Reed, Heather Wood, Debbie Drown, Cindy Lennon, and Michelle Wright. Standing (l-r) Valerie Spicer, Tommy Wright, Bob Vincellette, Wayne Parenteau, Mark Morin, Mrs. McKelvey, Alan Wright, David May, Kathy Spencer, Francis Stoddard, and James Thayer. :::: ;LINERS.ROCKER-RECLI - Leather . Fabrics - Naugahyde - Guaranteed Mechanisms - Works within 1/ inches of 50 In stock for y ,ur selection. BERKLINE RECLINERS SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS-- Haverhill Academy Junior High, 7th grade winners are: (seated, l-r) Heather Foote, 4th place; Harold Clongh and Richard Harris, 2nd place; John Wright, 1st place; Kiersten Weiss, 4th place; and William Britt, 3rd place. Receiving honorable mention are: (standing, l-r) Mary Norcross, Teresa Phelps, Don Ingerson, Chris Boutfller, Bill Sheehan, Arnold Smith, Jim LePouttre, Howard Patoine, and Brian Slmano. S. Ryegate00 Lee Dawley .84-3em More than 200 Awana Club members and their parents turned out for the banquet and awards presentation put on May 3 by the Groton Baptist Church. Among the many young people who have been tran- sported to and from meetings every Monday night since last September are S. Ryegaters Davey Bone, Richey  and Autumn Evans, Randy Heseltine and Hugh Dawley. One of the high points of the evening was the presentation of the Timothy Award to Janet Beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Beck. Another was the thunderous post. banquet crashing of some 80' folding chairs. Home Dem The Groton-South Ryegate Home Dem met May 5 at Irma Reid's in Wells River. Rep. John Zampieri was the speaker', speaking on the just- ended session of Legislature. Ladies' Aid Ladies' Aid met April 27, at which plans were made for a clean-the-church-kitchen-bee MaY 12 at 9:00 a.m., a mother (please turn to page 1O) May 13-- Family Night Supper and Entertainment, Town Hall. May 15--- Bicycle Clinic at Library, 2:00p.m. May 14, 15, 16--J.M. Nur- sery Open House. May 22-- Bicycle Tour to Haverhill Common and Back --Library, 2:00p.m. May 30-- Piermont celebrates Memorial Day. o BRADFORD, VERMONT 802-222-5758 II TO PAY YOUR PHONE BILL, DROP INTO AHYOF THESE COHVEIIIEIIT LOCA11016. Effective May 17, you'll no comes with your bill (make n  " me t agencies most con- II I For constipa.tion 00m00lcallit . "The Overnight Wonder Ever feel uncomfortable with your laxative? Then it's time you tried the gentle medicine they call The Overnight Wonder." It's today's Ex-Lax" and it relieves the discom- i " ' forts of constlpat on by helping restore the body s own natural rhythm. Try it tonight. You'll like the way you feel in the morning! , Chocolated or pills. Ex-Lax is' The Overnight Wonder." Take onlv as direae I J I I I III I longer be able to drop off your phone bill payment at the White River Junction Residence Service Center, 20 North Main Street, White River Junction. Instead simply put your check and your payment card in the envelope that sure you sign the check and put your telephone num- ber on it). Then drop it into the nearest mailbox. Or, if you prefer, you can pay in person at any other agency listed in the intro- ductory pages of your phone book. The two pay- venient to the Residence Service Center are: First Interstate Bank 10 Gates Street White River Junction Randolph National Bank 34 North Main Street White River Junction 'New England Telephone May 12, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 i a emy science winners nit d Newbury,,, o, Isabel 8Whi't7; collapsed ! : ! z" LTl--!ghborswillbehappy eventually was coaxecl and : nAJa8thGrade aAJa7thGrade .... tt Norm Williams is heaved up to the top of the Haverhill Academy Jr. High The Seventh Grade Science School held its annual 8th Fair at HAJH was April 6. amLafter his long bank where it and Grade Science Fair March 25 John Wright took top honors -thhee VA, feeling lay still for quite a while, been-" has.for a year. recovering. All seems to De  in the school cafeteria. The with his project on "Nuclear  : gwen therapeutic well now.  Energy"; Second place went 4Jrmmg exercises. Dakota got much praise and ador at the .=, Is a heroine. She Jane Smit, and out of the Bakery to had s horse showed a ;ense. It couldn't steep, mud- it stood in the ) its neck and its eyes, con- ane telephoned the Scotts. In Bunny, Larry man were all petting for her timely alarm without which all might have been lost. More News Peter Cole is enjoying a day's fishing at Lake Win- nepesaukee. The Harold Olmsteads have moved to the Opera Block in Woodsville. Arthur Renfrew is making progress at Cottage Hospital. Agnes is very busy getting papering and painting done so that all will be finished when he comes back to the new house. Tim Grow has been staying with a host family in Rutland Then Marty for rehearsals for the All State jumped into the 'Jazz Band Festival. Selenda with Grow is driving over for the It took con- concert. She is planning a to get it on the took almost efforts on the sailing trip from Portsmouth, N.H., Saturday with Ryan and some other students, whale to haul the watching. Halfway up the Charlie Cole has some ripe gave up but tomatoes. FjrJ Mrs Esther Johnsm Forces Da y. eg Ar;aVL, IUng IS - flag n Saturda , r istration '" " m=l ,,=use who protect Mr. and Mrs. John Lange mesh Newton and byn, Karen, and Mrs..,Newton s J. Ruth Merrill,, in , N.J., recently. ill returned with it. Ackerman "red" house to Wallace and a first-grader Grade School. at The sale by Sargent Circle is their annual mZaar, held on ttly 31. Anyone may contact Newton Belles, 4437, or Mrs. at 333-9704. sh Held .was held at Lge, by the fifth z= grades, on a 1, to benefit visited Mrs. Lange's mother, Mrs. Georgia Campbell, and her sisters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Grimes and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Craig, in Brookfield, Mass., and Mr. Lange's sister, Mrs. Ethel Anderson, in Man- chester, N.H., on Thursday, April 29. Todd Rossano, of Warwick, R.I., was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Bagley and family over the weekend. Todd was a member of the orchestra from Warwick high school that gave a concert at Oxbow High School Saturday evening, May 1. This was in exchange of the concert given, some months ago, by the Oxbow young people in Warwick. Spring Ca mporee Wendell Woodward, Scout Master of Troop 36, reported that Paul Barnes, Allan Marsh, Scott Woodward, Lennie Gray, Brian Musty, and Chuckle Culbertson ac- companied Mr. Woodward to ride. Anyone the annual spring Camporee ten who will he at Hanover, N.H., April 30, 'me Grade School and May 1-2. The boys took h in September, third place in the demon- ct the school for strations. Congratuiationsl  tella Knapp" 439-576Z April 22, for the Lodge No. Ind Minerva DES was held Temple, E. installing B. Page, Robert J. Marshall in- or ap- as follows: Gary Nye, T. Holland S.S.; Chaplain; Mar.; team for 68 were Matron; Vida Hazel ain; and Organist. following year: J. Associate Perrin; a, Harold Con- Donnley; Londry; Parker; Knapp; Perdue; the Minerva Chapter 86 held May 25 the Charter was draped in memory of Florence K, Pierce, Worthy Grand Matron of the Grand Chapter of Vermont DES 1916 to 1917. Born Dec. 29, 1882 -- died March 14, 1982. Guests at the regular meeting were Newell Briggs, Grand Patron of Vermont and his wife, Ruth Briggs, Grand Esther of Vermont. Town Topics Callers at the home of Mrs. Moses Brock May 2 were her sister, Mrs. Bertha Carleton of W. Newbury and her daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Drew of Bradford. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunting of Yarmouth, Mass., were recent weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert T. Holland, Jr. The church steeple lighting for this week is given in memory of Mrs. Thelma Hadley by Stella McLam. Gloria Miller and Mary Gendron of Gloria's Salon of Beauty were in Burlington recent to attend a Vermont State Cosmetologist Meeting at the Sheraton Inn. Rummage Sale The East Corinth Volunteer Fire Department ladles are busy getting ready for their annual rummage sale at Buster and Myrtle Flanders' garage. The sale starts May 22. Any donations for the sale may be left there before the sale. Elaine Susanne The ,Conductress De installed meeting of INTERESTING FACT Taxi drivers, exports say, are usually tipped 15 percent of the total charge with a 25 cent minimum, ARTESIAN WELL CO, ince 1930 116. u. vim.re.sin Pearl and Carol Roy who were married on April 30 in McIndoe . The reception was held at the 111 Club in Woodsville. They are off to California. for their honeymoon. Miriam Lane was hostess at the VIS card party. First place was won by Lillian Dunckley, second by Hazel Irwin, and low score by Mary Bigelow. Grace Green won the first prize in cards at Moosilauke Grange in E. Haverhill on Friday night. Doughnuts and maple syrup were served as refreshments. United Methodist Women met at the church on May 5 with ii members present. Florence Cote of Monroe represented "Successful Living: and presented a book and record sales Edith Henson and Inka McDanolds were on committee. Morrill School News The PTF of James Morrill Elementary School held a meeting last month, the program being a talk about the Reading Program and Title I. The next meeting is on Thursday, May 13 at 7:00 in the school cafeteria. Also, the James Morrill PTG and anyone else who is interested is invited to a joint meeting with the Woodsville Elementary School PTG on Wednesday, May 12 at 7:30 at the Woodsville Elementary School. Doug Klette will speak on "How to better deal with your child's behavior." The school T-shirt sale has been a great success. Shirts are still available from Carol Norcross, 787-6701. Loyalty Day Contest Winners The Haverhill Memorial VFW Auxiliary sponsored the Loyalty Day Poster contest in Haverhill Memorial Junior High. The winners in the eighth grade were: First-- Chris Beck, second-- Cindy Lenou; third-- Leslie Walker. The winners in the seventh grade were: John Wright, second-- Malynda Allen; and Piermont The annual meeting of the Pierrnont Historical Society was held at the Fire Station on April 30. The following officers were elected: President, Robert Evans; Vice President, Agnes Perkins; Secretary, Helen Elder; Treasurer, Alec Szuch; Director at Large, Vincent Tomes. Robert Evans is the third president who is a Robie descendant. Alfred Stevens was the first; Eileen Belyea the second. Outgoing president Belyea expressed appreciaUon for the support of the officers for the past two years and they in turn ap- preciated her fine leadership. Vice President Perkins is chairman of the program committee and will select her own committee to plan the remaining three meethws and four tours this year. Meda Kinghorn requested help to activate areas of fulfillment of the question- naire put out by the town and Town Clerk Arvilla Bedford called for help in answering genealogical requests which members of the society will attempt to do for a fee to go into the Society Treasury. Agnes Perkins gave a comprehensive report of the information obtained by the four members who attended the workshop on taping oral histories of townsfolk which the society is promoting. Many of those present paid their 1982 dues which entities them to written notices of meetings and programs. Open House Over 200 people attended the Plant Pantry open house May 1. JM Landscaping and Nursery will have their open house May 14, 15, 16. These two Piermont nurseries are making modern use of the rich river bottom land which the Indian's called "pockonock". Spring Festival The annual Spring Festival of the Piermont Elementary School will be held at the Town Hall, May 12 at 7: 30. Veterans Home Mr. and Mrs. Roland McKean, Mr. and Mrs. John Farnham and Mrs. Florence Clough visited the New Hampshire Veterans Home in Tilton, recently. They took with them, five gallons of maple syrup made by Roland McKean and donated by the VFW Post 5245. Commandant Kenneth Tarr told them the history of the home and gave them a tour. It is a beautiful home for our New Hampshire Veterans who risked their lives and fought for our country. There are 91 residents, two of them are women. The rooms are spacious and brightly decorated. Two residents occupy each bedroom. There is a beautiful chapel, TV Room, Game Room, Barbershop, Beauty Parlor, Therapy Room, Arts and Crafts Room which is at a stand still because of the tightening of the State's Budget, and a beautiful Memorial Park where they can stroll, have picnics, and fish in the well-stocked fish pond. The New Hampshire Veterans Home was founded in 1890 and has since provided professional care and treat- ment for thousands of our state's sons and daughters. Other VFW and Auxiliary News The VFW Post and Auxiliary Post r45 held their election of officers at their last meeting. They will be in- stalled at the meeting on May 27, with Past State Com- mander Paul LaMott and Past State President Clairce DeVincentis as installing officers. The public is welcome. District II meeting will be in Plymouth on May 23. The officers for the District will be elected and installed at the meeting. State President Patricia Lemelin will make her official visitation at that time. Family Night Family Night of the Women's Fellowship will be at the Town Hall, May 13 -- not the 14th as previously reported. Good Record A recent State Library survey report calls attention to the outstanding record of Piermont in the libraries of towns of under 2,000 population. With a population of 513, says a local paper, it compares favorably with the towns of Haverhill and Lyme and well above the state average for circulation. The circulation per capita is 16. Correction Marian and Arnold Shields are living at 2 Old Church Road. This apartment is in the building built by Earl Howard after the previous store burned. He used timbers from the old Piermont bridge which had been carried away by the '27 flood. It was the Howard Brothers Store and the Post Office. When Floyd Smith discontinued the store in the building he had purchased he converted it into an apart- ment. He built the present Post Office in the wing of the building which was once the grain and feed store part of the Howard Bros. business. The two families who occupy the main part of the building may guide their friends by saying "I live in the Post Office building" but that is technically not true, as it was previously reported. Dates To Remember May 12--- Spring Festival at Town Hall7:30. May 12-- Widows' Support Group at Mrs. Eugene Rob- bins 3:30 p.m. Come for comfort and sharing.   projects were most interesting lit 1I and covered many branches of to Harold Clough and Richard science. Harris for their Winners were as follows: "Hydroelectric Dam"; Bill 1 st-- Dalleen Kaiser, Britt's project on "Parasitic Organisms"; "Telephones" was third. 2nd-- Corrina Aldrich, Kiersten Weiss and Heather "Oxen"; 3rd-- Chris Finlay Foote shared honors for fourth and Todd Nickerson, place with their entry "The "Evolution"; 4th-- Ronald Three Kingdoms". King, "Transportation of Honorable Mentiom were SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS-- Haverhill Academy Junior High, 8th grade winners Petroleum". given to Arnold Smith and are: (l-r) Chris Finlay and Todd Nickerson, 2nd place; Colleen Kaiser, Ist place; The following students Brian Simano, "Ear- received Honorable Mention: thquakes"; Bill Sheehan, Corrina Aldrich, 4th place; and Ronald King, 3rd place. Standing is Mary Kathy Spencer and Michelle "U.F.O.'s"; Mary Norcross McKelvey, Science teacher. Wright, "Oceanography"; and Don Ingerson, "The Alan Wright and David May, Heart"; Howard Patoine and "Volcanoes"; Mark Morin Jim LePouttre, "Volcanoes"; and Bob Vincelette, and Teresa Phelps, "Astronomy"; Francis "Arthritis". Stoddard, "Solar Energy";' Acting as judges for the Pare Reed, "Printing"; seventh graders were: Steve Valerie Spicer, "Toxic Walker, WHS; Jean Roy, Plants"; Jim Thayer, Woodsville Elementary; and, "Dinosaurs"; Heather Wood Robert Lang, Piermont and Deb Drown, "Dreams"; Village School. Tammy Wright, "Diabetes"; Cindy Lennon, "Cells"; and Wayne Parenteau, "Nuclear DIAMONDS ' W Energy". We Repair ACCUTRON TIMEX. We would like to thank our and All Makes. judges Col. Brown, Mr. Guck, and Mr. Rand, as well as the HASKELL JEWELERS parents and other members of the community for all of their Littloton, NH 03501 time and help.  i603! .444-3351 HONORABLE MENTION--- Eighth graders receiving honorable mention during the recent science fair are: (seated, l-r) Pam Reed, Heather Wood, Debbie Drown, Cindy Lennon, and Michelle Wright. Standing (l-r) Valerie Spicer, Tommy Wright, Bob Vincellette, Wayne Parenteau, Mark Morin, Mrs. McKelvey, Alan Wright, David May, Kathy Spencer, Francis Stoddard, and James Thayer. :::: ;LINERS.ROCKER-RECLI - Leather . Fabrics - Naugahyde - Guaranteed Mechanisms - Works within 1/ inches of 50 In stock for y ,ur selection. BERKLINE RECLINERS SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS-- Haverhill Academy Junior High, 7th grade winners are: (seated, l-r) Heather Foote, 4th place; Harold Clongh and Richard Harris, 2nd place; John Wright, 1st place; Kiersten Weiss, 4th place; and William Britt, 3rd place. Receiving honorable mention are: (standing, l-r) Mary Norcross, Teresa Phelps, Don Ingerson, Chris Boutfller, Bill Sheehan, Arnold Smith, Jim LePouttre, Howard Patoine, and Brian Slmano. S. Ryegate00 Lee Dawley .84-3em More than 200 Awana Club members and their parents turned out for the banquet and awards presentation put on May 3 by the Groton Baptist Church. Among the many young people who have been tran- sported to and from meetings every Monday night since last September are S. Ryegaters Davey Bone, Richey  and Autumn Evans, Randy Heseltine and Hugh Dawley. One of the high points of the evening was the presentation of the Timothy Award to Janet Beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Beck. Another was the thunderous post. banquet crashing of some 80' folding chairs. Home Dem The Groton-South Ryegate Home Dem met May 5 at Irma Reid's in Wells River. Rep. John Zampieri was the speaker', speaking on the just- ended session of Legislature. Ladies' Aid Ladies' Aid met April 27, at which plans were made for a clean-the-church-kitchen-bee MaY 12 at 9:00 a.m., a mother (please turn to page 1O) May 13-- Family Night Supper and Entertainment, Town Hall. May 15--- Bicycle Clinic at Library, 2:00p.m. May 14, 15, 16--J.M. Nur- sery Open House. May 22-- Bicycle Tour to Haverhill Common and Back --Library, 2:00p.m. May 30-- Piermont celebrates Memorial Day. o BRADFORD, VERMONT 802-222-5758 II TO PAY YOUR PHONE BILL, DROP INTO AHYOF THESE COHVEIIIEIIT LOCA11016. Effective May 17, you'll no comes with your bill (make n  " me t agencies most con- II I For constipa.tion 00m00lcallit . "The Overnight Wonder Ever feel uncomfortable with your laxative? Then it's time you tried the gentle medicine they call The Overnight Wonder." It's today's Ex-Lax" and it relieves the discom- i " ' forts of constlpat on by helping restore the body s own natural rhythm. Try it tonight. You'll like the way you feel in the morning! , Chocolated or pills. Ex-Lax is' The Overnight Wonder." Take onlv as direae I J I I I III I longer be able to drop off your phone bill payment at the White River Junction Residence Service Center, 20 North Main Street, White River Junction. Instead simply put your check and your payment card in the envelope that sure you sign the check and put your telephone num- ber on it). Then drop it into the nearest mailbox. Or, if you prefer, you can pay in person at any other agency listed in the intro- ductory pages of your phone book. The two pay- venient to the Residence Service Center are: First Interstate Bank 10 Gates Street White River Junction Randolph National Bank 34 North Main Street White River Junction 'New England Telephone