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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-May 12, 1982 Warren00 The students o! the Warren Village school did their civic duty Friday and cleaned up the coinmon. We are sorry to report that Kathleen Philbrook has un- dergone surgery at the Sceva Speare Hospital in Plymouth. Marcia Anderson has been having tests at Mary Hit- cheock in Hanover. Arthur Anderson is en- tertaining the shingles. Bridge Work The road agent, with assistance, has decked two bridges this week that badly needed same, the one at junction of Studio Road and route-liB, and the so-called Chase Bridge on the Lindsay Road. The old house at the rear of the bank has been torn down and hauled to the dump, nearly filling it. The site looks much improved. More News We are sorry to report that Jesse Bushaw Sr. suffered a stroke Sunday morning and is in the Woodsviile Hospital, company at this point is limited to family. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Colby of Springfield, Vt., called on the Rays Sunday afternoon. Mrs. .... [ Floyd R. ly ,7649979 Colmy (Bernice) is a cousin of Mr. Ray. They had not seen each other for some time. A nice, easy shower late in the afternoon Sunday helped Free Church. The Cambers family and Sylvia visited Hopkins Center in Hanover, N.H. and the Windsor House Craft Center in Windsor. New Baby Boy Pastor and M. Stephen Palmer are the ud parents of a new baby boy, Jason Daniel, weighing in at nine pounds and 15 ounces; born Monday, May 3 at Central Vermont hospital. He joins two brothers and two sisters. W. Corinth * Tees Caligiari of Vail, Colo., was a house guest for the greater part of last week in the home of Bodie and Bobby Mosenthal. Prof. Clarence Kramer of Marlboro spent last weekend at April Fool Farm. Pace Drake and husband of Chelsea were busy last week painting the interior of Ding Dong House. Elsie Davis of Bradford recently visited her sister. Eleanor Burroughs. Weekend visitors at the home of George and Ruth Elie were her son, Ronald Davis, of Whitinsville, Mass., and a friend, Robert Conrad. Ruth Elie has just received word of the birth of great- grandchild number seven to LISDOn. , Hitah Bedard CL-6725 Last Catered Birthday Luncheon There were 61 at the May the grass and leaves,develop. Birthday Luncheon catered by The Scouts went to Gunstoke the Snells in the Lisbon Town area over the weekend for a camp out, but found too much Hall on May 5. snow to be comfortable. A new member, Gloria Twelve scouts and three Aucott of Sugar Hill, was welcomed. Frances Schneider advisors made the trip. also was present as a guest for 25th Anniversary Gerald and Emily Evans her work at the Blood are celebrating their 25th Pressure Clinics. Frances was wedding anniversary so send nurse at the free clinic from them a silver card. 10:00 to 12:00, at which there Corinth, ..... ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Corinth News Bonnie and K, evin Bailey of Sylvia Shyster, R.N., of Great Barrington, Mass. Boston, Mass., was a weekend Jennifer Ann weighs eight guest of Robert and Sue pounds, and nineandone-half Chambers and family, ounces and is granddaughter Sylvia was one of Robbie to Shirley (Davis) Alexander Chambers' nurses during the who formerly lived here. Both three months of his are doing fine. hospitalization at Childrens CORRECTION Hospital in Boston. In the Journal Opinion of While here, Sylvia attended April 28, 1962, an article en- the Sunday morning service at titled "How CnokeviUe got its the Bradford Evangelical name", the old George Cooke f WELL CHILD CLINIC ORFORD-- A Well Child Clinic will be held at the Orford Congregational Church on May 20 from 9:00 to 11:00 ace, barns, shed, and fiends long to David A. Hastings, no Robert Dell as stated in the caption under the picture. Robert Dell owns the Old Daniel Cooke Inn as stated in the article. N Gary Jesseman filled the were 52 patrons. She pulpit replacing Eric Snogren celebrated her May birthday Sunday morning and Mrs. with us, and won a door prize, i Sprague assisted with the Victor and Catherine Snell f were back from Arizona; " music. Town News Catherine's sister, Elizabeth Emilie and Philip Shipman of Piermont with their The new diesel International Heath, was reported in Lit- town truck is in service and tleton Hospital for surgery, son Luke. and Lillian McBurney's thank- the old truck is up for sale by you was read for cards and A Woman's Point of View bid. Glad to report Jesse Bushaw visits when she was hospitalized. The Hampton is improving at this time. Life on the Farm The selectmen were in Beach trip is still undecided. Concord in the interest of the After the fresh Mayflower town Wednesday. decoration on the birthday by FRAN HYDE The selectmen from towns cake was auctioned, the Where there's a will there's a way. of Warren and Piermont will following won door prizes: H. And Philip and Emilie Shipman of Piermont believe they be soon running the town line Smith, F. Wetherbee, O. have found what is the way for them to get into farming. between the towns. This has Daycock, H. Spooner, R. Philip is an artificial inseminator for Eastern Artificial not been done for many years. Heath, L. McLachlin, L. Inseminators Cooperative, and before their marriage in Aldrich, M. Casweil, S. Casey, August, 1980, Emilie was also, living in Richmond and G. Aucott, D. Judd, A. Clement, L. Paige, H. Bedard, working as a relief technician for Chittenden county. After A. Hunt, M Butson, D. two years as an animal science major at the University of Vermont, she left school to go to work. They met at a meeting Whitcomb, F. Landry, H. for inseminators. Aldrich, F. Schneider, and E. Clough. The Shipmans' plan to get into farming is based on ownership of registered Holstein and registered Jersey cows Next week, May 12, each to serve as collateral when they find the farm they want to member is asked to display buy. his hobby; May 19, where will They are presently renting a house on the River Road in be a food sale; and Game Day F'iermont and the barn of Mrs. Carl Vogt on the Monroe Road will be May 26. Whenever in Woodsville, 13 miles away. They srted buying animals in possible, the singing group the Fall of 1981 and now have 20 head, ranging from four- will meet. On May 12, lunch month old calves to dry cows. One milking cow they own is at will be served by the Fran- the Underhills' "Dream and Do" Farm. By this Fall they will conia group, have five cows milking. Some of the twice daily trips to the barn can be combined with Philip's work travel, but even with the travel and, cost INTERESTING FACT. of feed, the Shipmans feel that with their pay-as-you-go herd Katharine Hepburn has building plan they will have cows ready to work for them on been nominated for 11 their own farm beforelong. Academy Awards, more than Keep an eye on this enthusiastic, energetic young couple any other actor or actress, and their son Luke. r),, .., _ ,,,ve.00ate , . . mr V Mrs. Reginald White, Mrs. James Kinerson, and Miss Jeanette McLure were in Lawrence, Mass., Saturday, May I, for the Spring Meeting of Northern New England Presbyterial, held at the Lawrence United Presbyterian Church. Mrs. White was elected President of the Northern New England Presbyterial, and Mrs. Kinerson was elected the Vermont Vice President. Joe Perkins was an over- night guest Saturday, May I, of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Beck, Janet, and K.J. Mrs. Leroy Nelson, with her daughter Mrs. John Melahn of Bradford, called on their cousin Mrs. Stewart Rider in Mclndoe Falls Tuesday af- ternoon, May 4. James Nelson returned home Sunday, May 2, after spending the winter months in Palmetto, FI. En route home he spent a few days in Reading, Mass., with his daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Richard Forrest. The Richard Forrests and their daughter Donna drove Mr. Nelson to Concord, N.H., Sunday where they met Mr. a.m. Appointments may be and Mrs. Harold Nelson for made by calling 353-4853 or dinner. 353-9071. Residents of Lyme, Mrs. Gale Knull, Morgan Orford, and Piermont are and Brandy of Saratoga eligible for service. Springs, N.Y., and Mrs. Steven Brown and son Joshua i l i Ill lllll " [[ WELL DRILLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE (OMPtTE W.TE SYSI E f,AS INSTALLED FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI of Hyde Park, N.Y., returned home Sunday, May 2, after spending about a week with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nelson. Weekend guests April 30- May 3 of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson were their son and family Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, Marcy and Katie from Sunderland, Mass. Mr. and Mrs, Fremont Nelson, Darcy, Matthew, and Ethan, Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, Grant, Hannah, Andrew, and Betsey, Mrs. Gale Knurl, Morgan and Brandy of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., and Mrs. Steven Brown and son Joshua of Hyde Park, N.Y., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nelson Wed- nesday, April 28, to celebrate Matthew's ninth birthday and Howard's birthday. Cancer Crusade Joyco White of Ryegate, Town Chairman for the I American Cancer Society, ham announced the following workers will be helping in the l l l l l Crusade: Deanne Moore, sue The theme of the three-day Phelps, Ramona Nelson, meeting was "Springtime in Beulah LaBay, Barbara Vermont" and the subject of Ruppert, Donna Ashford, the day's keynote speaker, Sandy Welch, Janet Bryer, Mrs. Margaret Arnold, was Norma Murphy, Joyce "Reach Out and Touch Zampieri, Deanna Arnosky, Someone.'" Rita Hilyer, Rosemary Celia Hamilton returned Collins, Nancy Perkins, Betty April 24 from her winter with Beauvais, Marsha Nelson, and her son, James Hamilton, of JoyceWhite. Glens Falls, N.Y. She states that she is glad to be back where houses aren't so close together and where she can look out and see one of New Hampshire's mountains without any human ob- struction in the way, although she admits that in Glens Falls, where everything was much more level, she could walk to church in only ten minutes--which is hardly the case now, she says. April 25 was "Rural Life Sunday" and the Rev. Red- ding had as the theme of both her sermons (adult and children's) the return of the agricultural abundance that the prophet Joel celebrated: *'I will restore to you the years which the swarming locust has eaten." (Joel 2:25) Ryegate farmers seem not to have a locust plague to con- tend with, however, so much as the plague of high-interest creditors that is everywhere making its presence felt. She also had some Turkish Delight (made by a parishi!oner who had somehow obtained the recipe from author C.S. Lewis) for the children whose mouths may previously have The "1982 goal for the American Cancer Society- Vermont Division is $369,333. Caledonia County has a goal of $17,375, and the Ryegate goal is I.0.00. Sixty percent of all funds 'raised in Vermont remains in the state for programs in research, public education, and patient service. Forty percent goes to support the American Cancer Society's national research program. More Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Daniels, Jr. of Woodsville spent Sunday afternoon, May 2, with Mr. Wellington Lee. Mr. Lee played several pieces on the piano. Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Andrea, and James hosted a luncheon Thursday, April 29, with the following guests: Mrs. William Nelson, Andrew and Betsey, Mrs. Bruce Beauvais and daughter Meredith, Mrs. Edward McLure, Mrs. Henry Gates, Mrs. Fremont Nelson, Mrs. Gene Perkins, Sarah Leonard, Daniel and Jennifer Winchester, all of Ryegate, also Mrs. Robert Nelson, Tracy and Jeremy of Lincoln, N.H., Mrs. Gale Knull, watered upon hearing of Morgan and Brandy of Edmund's insatiable craving Saratoga Springs, N.Y., and for thiS tempting sweet, given Mrs. Steven Brown of Hyde him by the witch in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Park, N.Y. Seventeen members of the Twelve S. Ryegate and Ryegate Trailblazers 4-H Club attended 4-H County Day in Danville Saturday morning, May I. The club presented the action exhibit '*Caramel Apple Treats". En route home the club, along with the parents and friends who ac- companied them, ate lunch at MacDonald's in St. John- sbury. Mrs. George Vance of Groton was a Sunday dinner guest April of her son and family Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vance, Judy, Bonnie, and Richard, Jr. in celebration of Judy's eighteenth birthday. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, Grant, Hannah, Andrew, and Betsey for birthday cake and ice cream Friday, April 30, were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Nelson, Darcy, Matthew, and Ethan, Mrs. Gale Knull, Morgan and Brandy of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., and Mrs. Steven Brown 'and son Joshua of Hyde Park, N.Y. The occasion was in honor of Grant's eighth bir- thday. Mr. and Mrs. Germ Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gorden attended the Awana Banquet Monday evening, May 3, at the Groton Baptist Church. Ryegate Corner persons turned out April 26 in S. Ryegate for the first class of the revived adult Bible study group. This group is now scheduled to meet at 8:00 p.m. each Monday night (except for May 31 and July 5) and will be focusing on the Gospel of John in an attempt to find answers to the question "Who Is Jesus?" On this first night there seemed to be no clear agreement on whether Jesus was, or was not, the equal of God the Father or, indeed, of the third person of the Trinity, God the Holy Spirit. Trinitarians in the group expressed their belief in the Trinity as a mystery that must he accepted--which those of a less firmly Trinitarian per- suasion were not greatly helped by study in this group to accept. Barbara Sanders, former Scotch Hollow resident and S. Ryegate choir member, ac- costed Lee Dawley, in a non- criminal way, in the market recently and told him of her great pleasure in reading his newsnotes. He told her, now a Woodsville resident who has reverted to Methodism, that that seemed to be the case Artesian Wal.I Co. B,1,- V,ew D,ve R D Bcrfe Vt 476 4832 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE [ / n DEODORIZER t   IS SO effective EilHIMi " that 2 ,.,o.s,Eooo00 / / wx,,,p,m os.$@l t .,,.F--------  / 0 uu ..... / To of al l o mo or(W to SHMID PI OO., Dtv, of Topsham----00 Bradford-- ]Gertrude Hoage Edward and Edith Brown - were pleasantly entertained 439-5422 on their 65th Wedding A surprise bridal shower was held at the Fellowship Hall in Waits River to honor Miss Tina Claflin on Saturday afternoon. Many useful gifts were presented the guest of honor and a grocery cart was filled with tEems for the kit- chen. Miss Claflin will be married to Bryan Taylor on June 5. A surprise bridal shower was given Miss Lisa Hutchins on Saturday afternoon at the Orange Center school. A May 14 wedding is planned for Miss Hutchins and Jay Curry. Rummage Sale The Women of the Church are busy this week with the Annual Spring Rummage Sale in the Town Hall. They will be open each day this week from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Union 36 school children held a Mothers' Day Honor program with refreshments, slides and entertainment on Friday afternoon at the school. Mr. and Mrs. George Hodge, William Hodge, Martha Emerson and Mark; Mr. and Mrs. James Spooner and family were in Ames, N.Y. over the weekend visiting William Darrow. Marjorie McKay spent Mother's Day with her daughter and family in East Corinth. Anniversary. Josephine Stevens and Beatrice Nutting took them to dinner at Warner's Gallery where a decorated cake was served for dessert. Many more happy ones to the Browns. Marjorie Wheeler of Lyn- donville spent Friday through Sunday with friend Beatrice Bean. Mrs. Donna Huntington returned home from a visit in Winterhaven, Fl. George Huntington Sr. returned with her and is visiting at the home of George Jr. and family. They all attended the 17th annual Vermont Sports Award banquet at the Montpelier Elks Club Saturday night. Ron Huntington was guest as being named Athlete-At-Large for the year. Square Dance Show Mr. LaRock had his square dance group, consisting of fourth, fifth, and sixth graders from Bradford and Union 36 schools put on a show Friday night to parents and friends. Mr. Ed Monty from Man- chester was the caller. This was the first time the young folks had danced to a "live" caller. They were commended from Mr. Monty on their behavior and the super job they did. I'm sure all spectators agreed and also ancy Perkins 584-3611 with everyone so long as they are safely in a place other than S. Ryegate and thus in no danger of having him write about them. She couldn't agree, feeling the spice (rafer to by at least one other reader as "pizazz") that he added was perfectly acceptable and W. FAIRLF00 -, Life's Road We learn many lessons as each day goes by-- There are songs to sing and a few tears to ery. There are blessings to count, happy memories too And sometimes disap- pointment in things that we do. There are cups that run over and years that are lean, With bright days and dark days and long nights between. But one choice we can made as we carry life's Ioad-- If we look toward the sun, how it brightens the road! -- Shirley Harvey Town Topics A memorial service for Clara E. Langerhans will he held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 22 at the West: Fairlee Congregational Church in W. Fairlee, Vt. eminently readable by Doris Honig's home has everyone. That being the case been opened for the summer :.. so long, till next we meet in and she has returned to the market, Barbara I Middle Brook. Andrea Dawley spent spring Jason Bourgeois and vacation with her aunt and Raymond Stearns will serve uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Louis as ushers at church for the Haggett, W. Springfield, month of May. Mass., where she ate ton much Dan and Debbie O'Brien food and saw too many free were visitors last week at the movies--HBO ones home of Maurice and Dodie videotaped by her other uncle Tucker. there, Phil Brunelle. It was a pleasure to visit Janice Dawley was treated to a spring vacation tour of New York City by Debbie Linzer's aunt and grand- mother and came back acutely dissatisfied with South Ryegate and its lack of such stimulating experiences as Radio City Music Hall and the Empire State Building. Lee and Hugh Dawley, the only provincial souls left, had Mildred McNivins on Sunday. She is a surgical patient in M.H.M.H. Her friends will he pleased to know that all is well and she is progressing rapidly. She is her usual cheerful, jolly self and very pleased with so many visits, telephone calls, literally piles of cards, and, her room resembles a flower shop, all evidences of friendship. a one-day fling of going to Last Tuesday, Esther Hill Presbytery in Barnet Center was in White River to meet April 24, where they shared her niece, Ethel Cushman, with the Rev. Stanford whose home is in Burlington. Blankinship their amusement Ethel was there on business over a recent story on the for the New England going prices for a gallon of Telephone Co. The girls en- maple syrup--anywhere from joyed lunch at Lures and a bit $12 to $26. Mr. Blankinship of shopping before Ethel's stated that it was that $12-kind return home. that he would have his doubts Angeia Adams of Middle about. Shortly after, the Brook spent this past weekend Dawleys climaxed their with her Great Grandma, religious duties of the day by Vena Beebe. Both of the girls buying some of Barnet Cen- had a fun time together. ter's best from Gordon Goss Friday night Pastor Gordon for an amount safely between treated Pare to dinner at those two extremes. Jesse's to celebrate her first week at her new position at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. Barbara enjoyed supper and an evening of fun with Jonathan and David. On Saturday, Gordon with Jonathan and David took mommy shopping at the Brick Store in Stratford to buy her Mother's Day gift -- a 12 speed bike! The boys stayed with Ben Dexter while Pare and Gordon rode over to Lake Fairlee to visit Jack and Ruth Jackson, returning home through Post Mills, a trip of six or seven miles, just to try out the new bike. New Baby Boy Scott Burns Ladd, born at 8:30 a.m. at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, May 10. Congratulations to Morn and Dad, Jane and Burns Ladd. Polly and Ralph are very happy also as this is their second grandson. Birthday List Since the last report on "Pete the Pig" there have been seven more birthdays celebrated, so "Pete" is filling out well. Those added to our list are Raymond Stearns, David Stearns, Esther Hill, Maurice Tucker, Peggie Stearns, David Cook and Corey Austin. Just to refresh your memory -- these are missionary offering to the American Leprosy Mission from the Sunday School. Corey Austin's birthday party was held on the lawn at his home last Saturday af- ternoon. It was a delightful time with family and friends. To help Corey celebrate were Grandma Clark; Grandma and Grandpa Austin; Aunt Vicki Sweet with Timmie and David; three Dexter youngsters, Pammie, Kevin and Steven and of course Dad, Morn and brother Matt. After enjoying the beautiful cake and ice cream the "Young fry" and "Buzz" went to the school playground to play some baseball. Esther Hill attended the state Rebekah Convention which was held last Saturday at Lake Morey Inn. Village Improvement The monthly Village Improvement Club Meeting was held at the schoolhouse on Tuesday, May 4 with 14 members present. This was a productive meeting. Plans were for- mulated for a Flea Market to PHOTO BY KORENCE ROllINS congratulate Mr. LaRock in the good job he has done with them. There were ap- proximately 48 participants. The Connecticut Valley Swingers were there with two sets of dancers and put on a delightful exhibit. To round out the evening, Ed had spectators for three years to grandparents taking part in the grand finale. I'm sure everyone felt it was an evening well spent. Mrs. Bonnie Kenyon has returned from a visit with her parents in Florida. Legion News The American Legion Pest 20 and Unit held their monthly meetings at the Legion Hall. Delegates from the Legion to go to St. Albans for the con- vention are Milton Bedell, Leonard Dobbins, Raymond Thurber, Darrell Maxwell, Howard Hatch, Richard Cush- man and Michael Parks. The Memorial exercises will take place Sunday May 30 at the Legion Hall to the cemeteries. The starting time because of church services in the mor- ning have been changed to MISSING BOXES FOUND-- Now that the snow Is gone, Piermont residents are finding their long- missing mail boxes aqd newspaper containers that 12:45 after which will go t all Legion and members the march. Boy Scouts, Scouts and urged to participate. Mrs. Fonnie Berlin Hospital Huckins at the Franconia, Auxiliary members. Raymond VA in White River. A donation was Swiftwater Girl noted that chairman for contacted Mr. last fall -- that Auxiliary qualified for Girls' would be the they are Wright. Mr. contacted Barbara Rhode Island and mission to send Cynthia Underhill, unit sponsors, the "Student is finaneiall] Wentworth r ' 4arcella Stafford and June Smith daughter, Martha returned on Sunday evening from a trip to Florida. They visited relatives in Tampa and DeLund. Callers at Josephine Weeks' on last Saturday were her Barhara Sumner 333 -4477- be held this-'- summer; donations were voted for V.A.C. and the Red Cross; the decision was made to send two young people to the Con- servation Camp at Lake Bomoseen; and in keeping with the club's policy of community involvement, the members voted to purchase a metal combination chair rack and coat hanger for the new dining hall. Much'merriment followed the business meeting upon the opening of the Secret Pal gifts for the months of March and April. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses Linda Dresser and Rita Blake. Mother's Day At the Bill Doyle home were Larry and Sheri with Jeff and Troy from Manchester; Joan and the girls from Lebanon with Marilyn O'Grady and her morn, Jessie Goode; and Pat and Mel Holland of Ashland. These were there all day and for dinner. Dave and Janice of Haverhill came at night. Quite a busy day for Irene! "Tops" Eastman (with Donna and Ervine) enjoyed a complete family day with Judy and Tom Bircher, "Cand .... brother and y , Paul and Donna; and Earl and Vicki with all of the grand- children. Another joy-filled day! To make the day happy for Pearl Austin was a visit in the afternoon by the Peter Keene Family of Etna, N.H., another by Buzz and Janet with children, and a telephone call from Roberta and her family of Omaham, Neb. Mother's Day was especially pleasant for Myrtle Severance as daughter Ginny and family of Fairhaven came for the weekend. Myrtle also received telephone calls from both Carolyn and Gloria. Steven and Diane Ladd with the children made a double celebration for mothers, Polly Ladd and Pat Lowell (with Ralph and Charlie, of course) to enjoy an evening dinner held in Enfield at the Shaker Farm Inn. Mrs. Mildred Doyle, of Millers Pond, was entertained by Bill and Irene at dinner on Saturday night for her Mother's Day celebration. This was held at Brooksie's Restaurant in Sharon. [ w have been buried in the snow solong, At fight is Alec Szuch reinstalling his mall box, and at left is a newspaper receptable waiting to be reinstolled. Danbury; Mr. and Higgins and two Bristol; and Plymouth. Mrs. Mrs. Weeks' Dora Kimball's and his friend Leominster, N.H. on Saturday. Florence Joan Randall Chase in Friday. Marion waS time resident of Girl Scout The Fourth Annual Awards for Girl held at 7:00 Town Hall on May public is Judy Pease Day with Eva Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. on a trip visiting relatives in the Helen Ames of staying at their Jeff. The first and secondg at the school made to take home to for Mothers' Day. ' Dance A dance friends of St. John Chapel will be givea Wentworth from 9:00 to 1:00. will go to the chapel. Julia Saturday to daughter's commencement Mississippi Substituting for her village clerk's office Deutsch. James MauchleY recently certified for solar a workshop on passing a test. some 50 people Governor's Energy. Harold Brown will Planning Board time vacancy. Ruby and were Mother's guests of Ike, Luida, Carey Jacobs in W. Three generations enjoyed a WOODY and the Ramblers playing for square dancing at the T. Building in White on Saturday, Mal to 11:00 p.m. be $2.50. The event sponsored by the Senior Center. 1982 Dom Sandoz, Inc.. Page 6-The Journal Opinion-May 12, 1982 Warren00 The students o! the Warren Village school did their civic duty Friday and cleaned up the coinmon. We are sorry to report that Kathleen Philbrook has un- dergone surgery at the Sceva Speare Hospital in Plymouth. Marcia Anderson has been having tests at Mary Hit- cheock in Hanover. Arthur Anderson is en- tertaining the shingles. Bridge Work The road agent, with assistance, has decked two bridges this week that badly needed same, the one at junction of Studio Road and route-liB, and the so-called Chase Bridge on the Lindsay Road. The old house at the rear of the bank has been torn down and hauled to the dump, nearly filling it. The site looks much improved. More News We are sorry to report that Jesse Bushaw Sr. suffered a stroke Sunday morning and is in the Woodsviile Hospital, company at this point is limited to family. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Colby of Springfield, Vt., called on the Rays Sunday afternoon. Mrs. .... [ Floyd R. ly ,7649979 Colmy (Bernice) is a cousin of Mr. Ray. They had not seen each other for some time. A nice, easy shower late in the afternoon Sunday helped Free Church. The Cambers family and Sylvia visited Hopkins Center in Hanover, N.H. and the Windsor House Craft Center in Windsor. New Baby Boy Pastor and M. Stephen Palmer are the ud parents of a new baby boy, Jason Daniel, weighing in at nine pounds and 15 ounces; born Monday, May 3 at Central Vermont hospital. He joins two brothers and two sisters. W. Corinth * Tees Caligiari of Vail, Colo., was a house guest for the greater part of last week in the home of Bodie and Bobby Mosenthal. Prof. Clarence Kramer of Marlboro spent last weekend at April Fool Farm. Pace Drake and husband of Chelsea were busy last week painting the interior of Ding Dong House. Elsie Davis of Bradford recently visited her sister. Eleanor Burroughs. Weekend visitors at the home of George and Ruth Elie were her son, Ronald Davis, of Whitinsville, Mass., and a friend, Robert Conrad. Ruth Elie has just received word of the birth of great- grandchild number seven to LISDOn. , Hitah Bedard CL-6725 Last Catered Birthday Luncheon There were 61 at the May the grass and leaves,develop. Birthday Luncheon catered by The Scouts went to Gunstoke the Snells in the Lisbon Town area over the weekend for a camp out, but found too much Hall on May 5. snow to be comfortable. A new member, Gloria Twelve scouts and three Aucott of Sugar Hill, was welcomed. Frances Schneider advisors made the trip. also was present as a guest for 25th Anniversary Gerald and Emily Evans her work at the Blood are celebrating their 25th Pressure Clinics. Frances was wedding anniversary so send nurse at the free clinic from them a silver card. 10:00 to 12:00, at which there Corinth, ..... ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Corinth News Bonnie and K, evin Bailey of Sylvia Shyster, R.N., of Great Barrington, Mass. Boston, Mass., was a weekend Jennifer Ann weighs eight guest of Robert and Sue pounds, and nineandone-half Chambers and family, ounces and is granddaughter Sylvia was one of Robbie to Shirley (Davis) Alexander Chambers' nurses during the who formerly lived here. Both three months of his are doing fine. hospitalization at Childrens CORRECTION Hospital in Boston. In the Journal Opinion of While here, Sylvia attended April 28, 1962, an article en- the Sunday morning service at titled "How CnokeviUe got its the Bradford Evangelical name", the old George Cooke f WELL CHILD CLINIC ORFORD-- A Well Child Clinic will be held at the Orford Congregational Church on May 20 from 9:00 to 11:00 ace, barns, shed, and fiends long to David A. Hastings, no Robert Dell as stated in the caption under the picture. Robert Dell owns the Old Daniel Cooke Inn as stated in the article. N Gary Jesseman filled the were 52 patrons. She pulpit replacing Eric Snogren celebrated her May birthday Sunday morning and Mrs. with us, and won a door prize, i Sprague assisted with the Victor and Catherine Snell f were back from Arizona; " music. Town News Catherine's sister, Elizabeth Emilie and Philip Shipman of Piermont with their The new diesel International Heath, was reported in Lit- town truck is in service and tleton Hospital for surgery, son Luke. and Lillian McBurney's thank- the old truck is up for sale by you was read for cards and A Woman's Point of View bid. Glad to report Jesse Bushaw visits when she was hospitalized. The Hampton is improving at this time. Life on the Farm The selectmen were in Beach trip is still undecided. Concord in the interest of the After the fresh Mayflower town Wednesday. decoration on the birthday by FRAN HYDE The selectmen from towns cake was auctioned, the Where there's a will there's a way. of Warren and Piermont will following won door prizes: H. And Philip and Emilie Shipman of Piermont believe they be soon running the town line Smith, F. Wetherbee, O. have found what is the way for them to get into farming. between the towns. This has Daycock, H. Spooner, R. Philip is an artificial inseminator for Eastern Artificial not been done for many years. Heath, L. McLachlin, L. Inseminators Cooperative, and before their marriage in Aldrich, M. Casweil, S. Casey, August, 1980, Emilie was also, living in Richmond and G. Aucott, D. Judd, A. Clement, L. Paige, H. Bedard, working as a relief technician for Chittenden county. After A. Hunt, M Butson, D. two years as an animal science major at the University of Vermont, she left school to go to work. They met at a meeting Whitcomb, F. Landry, H. for inseminators. Aldrich, F. Schneider, and E. Clough. The Shipmans' plan to get into farming is based on ownership of registered Holstein and registered Jersey cows Next week, May 12, each to serve as collateral when they find the farm they want to member is asked to display buy. his hobby; May 19, where will They are presently renting a house on the River Road in be a food sale; and Game Day F'iermont and the barn of Mrs. Carl Vogt on the Monroe Road will be May 26. Whenever in Woodsville, 13 miles away. They srted buying animals in possible, the singing group the Fall of 1981 and now have 20 head, ranging from four- will meet. On May 12, lunch month old calves to dry cows. One milking cow they own is at will be served by the Fran- the Underhills' "Dream and Do" Farm. By this Fall they will conia group, have five cows milking. Some of the twice daily trips to the barn can be combined with Philip's work travel, but even with the travel and, cost INTERESTING FACT. of feed, the Shipmans feel that with their pay-as-you-go herd Katharine Hepburn has building plan they will have cows ready to work for them on been nominated for 11 their own farm beforelong. Academy Awards, more than Keep an eye on this enthusiastic, energetic young couple any other actor or actress, and their son Luke. r),, .., _ ,,,ve.00ate , . . mr V Mrs. Reginald White, Mrs. James Kinerson, and Miss Jeanette McLure were in Lawrence, Mass., Saturday, May I, for the Spring Meeting of Northern New England Presbyterial, held at the Lawrence United Presbyterian Church. Mrs. White was elected President of the Northern New England Presbyterial, and Mrs. Kinerson was elected the Vermont Vice President. Joe Perkins was an over- night guest Saturday, May I, of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Beck, Janet, and K.J. Mrs. Leroy Nelson, with her daughter Mrs. John Melahn of Bradford, called on their cousin Mrs. Stewart Rider in Mclndoe Falls Tuesday af- ternoon, May 4. James Nelson returned home Sunday, May 2, after spending the winter months in Palmetto, FI. En route home he spent a few days in Reading, Mass., with his daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Richard Forrest. The Richard Forrests and their daughter Donna drove Mr. Nelson to Concord, N.H., Sunday where they met Mr. a.m. Appointments may be and Mrs. Harold Nelson for made by calling 353-4853 or dinner. 353-9071. Residents of Lyme, Mrs. Gale Knull, Morgan Orford, and Piermont are and Brandy of Saratoga eligible for service. Springs, N.Y., and Mrs. Steven Brown and son Joshua i l i Ill lllll " [[ WELL DRILLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE (OMPtTE W.TE SYSI E f,AS INSTALLED FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI of Hyde Park, N.Y., returned home Sunday, May 2, after spending about a week with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nelson. Weekend guests April 30- May 3 of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson were their son and family Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, Marcy and Katie from Sunderland, Mass. Mr. and Mrs, Fremont Nelson, Darcy, Matthew, and Ethan, Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, Grant, Hannah, Andrew, and Betsey, Mrs. Gale Knurl, Morgan and Brandy of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., and Mrs. Steven Brown and son Joshua of Hyde Park, N.Y., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nelson Wed- nesday, April 28, to celebrate Matthew's ninth birthday and Howard's birthday. Cancer Crusade Joyco White of Ryegate, Town Chairman for the I American Cancer Society, ham announced the following workers will be helping in the l l l l l Crusade: Deanne Moore, sue The theme of the three-day Phelps, Ramona Nelson, meeting was "Springtime in Beulah LaBay, Barbara Vermont" and the subject of Ruppert, Donna Ashford, the day's keynote speaker, Sandy Welch, Janet Bryer, Mrs. Margaret Arnold, was Norma Murphy, Joyce "Reach Out and Touch Zampieri, Deanna Arnosky, Someone.'" Rita Hilyer, Rosemary Celia Hamilton returned Collins, Nancy Perkins, Betty April 24 from her winter with Beauvais, Marsha Nelson, and her son, James Hamilton, of JoyceWhite. Glens Falls, N.Y. She states that she is glad to be back where houses aren't so close together and where she can look out and see one of New Hampshire's mountains without any human ob- struction in the way, although she admits that in Glens Falls, where everything was much more level, she could walk to church in only ten minutes--which is hardly the case now, she says. April 25 was "Rural Life Sunday" and the Rev. Red- ding had as the theme of both her sermons (adult and children's) the return of the agricultural abundance that the prophet Joel celebrated: *'I will restore to you the years which the swarming locust has eaten." (Joel 2:25) Ryegate farmers seem not to have a locust plague to con- tend with, however, so much as the plague of high-interest creditors that is everywhere making its presence felt. She also had some Turkish Delight (made by a parishi!oner who had somehow obtained the recipe from author C.S. Lewis) for the children whose mouths may previously have The "1982 goal for the American Cancer Society- Vermont Division is $369,333. Caledonia County has a goal of $17,375, and the Ryegate goal is I.0.00. Sixty percent of all funds 'raised in Vermont remains in the state for programs in research, public education, and patient service. Forty percent goes to support the American Cancer Society's national research program. More Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Daniels, Jr. of Woodsville spent Sunday afternoon, May 2, with Mr. Wellington Lee. Mr. Lee played several pieces on the piano. Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Andrea, and James hosted a luncheon Thursday, April 29, with the following guests: Mrs. William Nelson, Andrew and Betsey, Mrs. Bruce Beauvais and daughter Meredith, Mrs. Edward McLure, Mrs. Henry Gates, Mrs. Fremont Nelson, Mrs. Gene Perkins, Sarah Leonard, Daniel and Jennifer Winchester, all of Ryegate, also Mrs. Robert Nelson, Tracy and Jeremy of Lincoln, N.H., Mrs. Gale Knull, watered upon hearing of Morgan and Brandy of Edmund's insatiable craving Saratoga Springs, N.Y., and for thiS tempting sweet, given Mrs. Steven Brown of Hyde him by the witch in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Park, N.Y. Seventeen members of the Twelve S. Ryegate and Ryegate Trailblazers 4-H Club attended 4-H County Day in Danville Saturday morning, May I. The club presented the action exhibit '*Caramel Apple Treats". En route home the club, along with the parents and friends who ac- companied them, ate lunch at MacDonald's in St. John- sbury. Mrs. George Vance of Groton was a Sunday dinner guest April of her son and family Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vance, Judy, Bonnie, and Richard, Jr. in celebration of Judy's eighteenth birthday. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, Grant, Hannah, Andrew, and Betsey for birthday cake and ice cream Friday, April 30, were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Nelson, Darcy, Matthew, and Ethan, Mrs. Gale Knull, Morgan and Brandy of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., and Mrs. Steven Brown 'and son Joshua of Hyde Park, N.Y. The occasion was in honor of Grant's eighth bir- thday. Mr. and Mrs. Germ Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gorden attended the Awana Banquet Monday evening, May 3, at the Groton Baptist Church. Ryegate Corner persons turned out April 26 in S. Ryegate for the first class of the revived adult Bible study group. This group is now scheduled to meet at 8:00 p.m. each Monday night (except for May 31 and July 5) and will be focusing on the Gospel of John in an attempt to find answers to the question "Who Is Jesus?" On this first night there seemed to be no clear agreement on whether Jesus was, or was not, the equal of God the Father or, indeed, of the third person of the Trinity, God the Holy Spirit. Trinitarians in the group expressed their belief in the Trinity as a mystery that must he accepted--which those of a less firmly Trinitarian per- suasion were not greatly helped by study in this group to accept. Barbara Sanders, former Scotch Hollow resident and S. Ryegate choir member, ac- costed Lee Dawley, in a non- criminal way, in the market recently and told him of her great pleasure in reading his newsnotes. He told her, now a Woodsville resident who has reverted to Methodism, that that seemed to be the case Artesian Wal.I Co. B,1,- V,ew D,ve R D Bcrfe Vt 476 4832 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE [ / n DEODORIZER t   IS SO effective EilHIMi " that 2 ,.,o.s,Eooo00 / / wx,,,p,m os.$@l t .,,.F--------  / 0 uu ..... / To of al l o mo or(W to SHMID PI OO., Dtv, of Topsham----00 Bradford-- ]Gertrude Hoage Edward and Edith Brown - were pleasantly entertained 439-5422 on their 65th Wedding A surprise bridal shower was held at the Fellowship Hall in Waits River to honor Miss Tina Claflin on Saturday afternoon. Many useful gifts were presented the guest of honor and a grocery cart was filled with tEems for the kit- chen. Miss Claflin will be married to Bryan Taylor on June 5. A surprise bridal shower was given Miss Lisa Hutchins on Saturday afternoon at the Orange Center school. A May 14 wedding is planned for Miss Hutchins and Jay Curry. Rummage Sale The Women of the Church are busy this week with the Annual Spring Rummage Sale in the Town Hall. They will be open each day this week from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Union 36 school children held a Mothers' Day Honor program with refreshments, slides and entertainment on Friday afternoon at the school. Mr. and Mrs. George Hodge, William Hodge, Martha Emerson and Mark; Mr. and Mrs. James Spooner and family were in Ames, N.Y. over the weekend visiting William Darrow. Marjorie McKay spent Mother's Day with her daughter and family in East Corinth. Anniversary. Josephine Stevens and Beatrice Nutting took them to dinner at Warner's Gallery where a decorated cake was served for dessert. Many more happy ones to the Browns. Marjorie Wheeler of Lyn- donville spent Friday through Sunday with friend Beatrice Bean. Mrs. Donna Huntington returned home from a visit in Winterhaven, Fl. George Huntington Sr. returned with her and is visiting at the home of George Jr. and family. They all attended the 17th annual Vermont Sports Award banquet at the Montpelier Elks Club Saturday night. Ron Huntington was guest as being named Athlete-At-Large for the year. Square Dance Show Mr. LaRock had his square dance group, consisting of fourth, fifth, and sixth graders from Bradford and Union 36 schools put on a show Friday night to parents and friends. Mr. Ed Monty from Man- chester was the caller. This was the first time the young folks had danced to a "live" caller. They were commended from Mr. Monty on their behavior and the super job they did. I'm sure all spectators agreed and also ancy Perkins 584-3611 with everyone so long as they are safely in a place other than S. Ryegate and thus in no danger of having him write about them. She couldn't agree, feeling the spice (rafer to by at least one other reader as "pizazz") that he added was perfectly acceptable and W. FAIRLF00 -, Life's Road We learn many lessons as each day goes by-- There are songs to sing and a few tears to ery. There are blessings to count, happy memories too And sometimes disap- pointment in things that we do. There are cups that run over and years that are lean, With bright days and dark days and long nights between. But one choice we can made as we carry life's Ioad-- If we look toward the sun, how it brightens the road! -- Shirley Harvey Town Topics A memorial service for Clara E. Langerhans will he held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 22 at the West: Fairlee Congregational Church in W. Fairlee, Vt. eminently readable by Doris Honig's home has everyone. That being the case been opened for the summer :.. so long, till next we meet in and she has returned to the market, Barbara I Middle Brook. Andrea Dawley spent spring Jason Bourgeois and vacation with her aunt and Raymond Stearns will serve uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Louis as ushers at church for the Haggett, W. Springfield, month of May. Mass., where she ate ton much Dan and Debbie O'Brien food and saw too many free were visitors last week at the movies--HBO ones home of Maurice and Dodie videotaped by her other uncle Tucker. there, Phil Brunelle. It was a pleasure to visit Janice Dawley was treated to a spring vacation tour of New York City by Debbie Linzer's aunt and grand- mother and came back acutely dissatisfied with South Ryegate and its lack of such stimulating experiences as Radio City Music Hall and the Empire State Building. Lee and Hugh Dawley, the only provincial souls left, had Mildred McNivins on Sunday. She is a surgical patient in M.H.M.H. Her friends will he pleased to know that all is well and she is progressing rapidly. She is her usual cheerful, jolly self and very pleased with so many visits, telephone calls, literally piles of cards, and, her room resembles a flower shop, all evidences of friendship. a one-day fling of going to Last Tuesday, Esther Hill Presbytery in Barnet Center was in White River to meet April 24, where they shared her niece, Ethel Cushman, with the Rev. Stanford whose home is in Burlington. Blankinship their amusement Ethel was there on business over a recent story on the for the New England going prices for a gallon of Telephone Co. The girls en- maple syrup--anywhere from joyed lunch at Lures and a bit $12 to $26. Mr. Blankinship of shopping before Ethel's stated that it was that $12-kind return home. that he would have his doubts Angeia Adams of Middle about. Shortly after, the Brook spent this past weekend Dawleys climaxed their with her Great Grandma, religious duties of the day by Vena Beebe. Both of the girls buying some of Barnet Cen- had a fun time together. ter's best from Gordon Goss Friday night Pastor Gordon for an amount safely between treated Pare to dinner at those two extremes. Jesse's to celebrate her first week at her new position at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. Barbara enjoyed supper and an evening of fun with Jonathan and David. On Saturday, Gordon with Jonathan and David took mommy shopping at the Brick Store in Stratford to buy her Mother's Day gift -- a 12 speed bike! The boys stayed with Ben Dexter while Pare and Gordon rode over to Lake Fairlee to visit Jack and Ruth Jackson, returning home through Post Mills, a trip of six or seven miles, just to try out the new bike. New Baby Boy Scott Burns Ladd, born at 8:30 a.m. at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, May 10. Congratulations to Morn and Dad, Jane and Burns Ladd. Polly and Ralph are very happy also as this is their second grandson. Birthday List Since the last report on "Pete the Pig" there have been seven more birthdays celebrated, so "Pete" is filling out well. Those added to our list are Raymond Stearns, David Stearns, Esther Hill, Maurice Tucker, Peggie Stearns, David Cook and Corey Austin. Just to refresh your memory -- these are missionary offering to the American Leprosy Mission from the Sunday School. Corey Austin's birthday party was held on the lawn at his home last Saturday af- ternoon. It was a delightful time with family and friends. To help Corey celebrate were Grandma Clark; Grandma and Grandpa Austin; Aunt Vicki Sweet with Timmie and David; three Dexter youngsters, Pammie, Kevin and Steven and of course Dad, Morn and brother Matt. After enjoying the beautiful cake and ice cream the "Young fry" and "Buzz" went to the school playground to play some baseball. Esther Hill attended the state Rebekah Convention which was held last Saturday at Lake Morey Inn. Village Improvement The monthly Village Improvement Club Meeting was held at the schoolhouse on Tuesday, May 4 with 14 members present. This was a productive meeting. Plans were for- mulated for a Flea Market to PHOTO BY KORENCE ROllINS congratulate Mr. LaRock in the good job he has done with them. There were ap- proximately 48 participants. The Connecticut Valley Swingers were there with two sets of dancers and put on a delightful exhibit. To round out the evening, Ed had spectators for three years to grandparents taking part in the grand finale. I'm sure everyone felt it was an evening well spent. Mrs. Bonnie Kenyon has returned from a visit with her parents in Florida. Legion News The American Legion Pest 20 and Unit held their monthly meetings at the Legion Hall. Delegates from the Legion to go to St. Albans for the con- vention are Milton Bedell, Leonard Dobbins, Raymond Thurber, Darrell Maxwell, Howard Hatch, Richard Cush- man and Michael Parks. The Memorial exercises will take place Sunday May 30 at the Legion Hall to the cemeteries. The starting time because of church services in the mor- ning have been changed to MISSING BOXES FOUND-- Now that the snow Is gone, Piermont residents are finding their long- missing mail boxes aqd newspaper containers that 12:45 after which will go t all Legion and members the march. Boy Scouts, Scouts and urged to participate. Mrs. Fonnie Berlin Hospital Huckins at the Franconia, Auxiliary members. Raymond VA in White River. A donation was Swiftwater Girl noted that chairman for contacted Mr. last fall -- that Auxiliary qualified for Girls' would be the they are Wright. Mr. contacted Barbara Rhode Island and mission to send Cynthia Underhill, unit sponsors, the "Student is finaneiall] Wentworth r ' 4arcella Stafford and June Smith daughter, Martha returned on Sunday evening from a trip to Florida. They visited relatives in Tampa and DeLund. Callers at Josephine Weeks' on last Saturday were her Barhara Sumner 333 -4477- be held this-'- summer; donations were voted for V.A.C. and the Red Cross; the decision was made to send two young people to the Con- servation Camp at Lake Bomoseen; and in keeping with the club's policy of community involvement, the members voted to purchase a metal combination chair rack and coat hanger for the new dining hall. Much'merriment followed the business meeting upon the opening of the Secret Pal gifts for the months of March and April. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses Linda Dresser and Rita Blake. Mother's Day At the Bill Doyle home were Larry and Sheri with Jeff and Troy from Manchester; Joan and the girls from Lebanon with Marilyn O'Grady and her morn, Jessie Goode; and Pat and Mel Holland of Ashland. These were there all day and for dinner. Dave and Janice of Haverhill came at night. Quite a busy day for Irene! "Tops" Eastman (with Donna and Ervine) enjoyed a complete family day with Judy and Tom Bircher, "Cand .... brother and y , Paul and Donna; and Earl and Vicki with all of the grand- children. Another joy-filled day! To make the day happy for Pearl Austin was a visit in the afternoon by the Peter Keene Family of Etna, N.H., another by Buzz and Janet with children, and a telephone call from Roberta and her family of Omaham, Neb. Mother's Day was especially pleasant for Myrtle Severance as daughter Ginny and family of Fairhaven came for the weekend. Myrtle also received telephone calls from both Carolyn and Gloria. Steven and Diane Ladd with the children made a double celebration for mothers, Polly Ladd and Pat Lowell (with Ralph and Charlie, of course) to enjoy an evening dinner held in Enfield at the Shaker Farm Inn. Mrs. Mildred Doyle, of Millers Pond, was entertained by Bill and Irene at dinner on Saturday night for her Mother's Day celebration. This was held at Brooksie's Restaurant in Sharon. [ w have been buried in the snow solong, At fight is Alec Szuch reinstalling his mall box, and at left is a newspaper receptable waiting to be reinstolled. Danbury; Mr. and Higgins and two Bristol; and Plymouth. Mrs. Mrs. Weeks' Dora Kimball's and his friend Leominster, N.H. on Saturday. Florence Joan Randall Chase in Friday. Marion waS time resident of Girl Scout The Fourth Annual Awards for Girl held at 7:00 Town Hall on May public is Judy Pease Day with Eva Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. on a trip visiting relatives in the Helen Ames of staying at their Jeff. The first and secondg at the school made to take home to for Mothers' Day. ' Dance A dance friends of St. John Chapel will be givea Wentworth from 9:00 to 1:00. will go to the chapel. Julia Saturday to daughter's commencement Mississippi Substituting for her village clerk's office Deutsch. James MauchleY recently certified for solar a workshop on passing a test. some 50 people Governor's Energy. Harold Brown will Planning Board time vacancy. Ruby and were Mother's guests of Ike, Luida, Carey Jacobs in W. Three generations enjoyed a WOODY and the Ramblers playing for square dancing at the T. Building in White on Saturday, Mal to 11:00 p.m. be $2.50. The event sponsored by the Senior Center. 1982 Dom Sandoz, Inc..