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May 29, 1981.The Journal Opinion-Page 5 Ill Club hold its at Union 36 Kelman of Vt., who is a the Education at Dartmouth speaker for topic was ve Sex Health." This a question At the was con- president, a Parenting for term. teachers and i next School Club ne held at Union 21 at 7:30 p.m. this meeting, will speak on and Child upcoming activities are First grade 4, School Supper; Board 18, 8th grade 19, Last day Ist day of service the Minerva . & A.M. and No. 68, Tuesday 28, at the Corinth, Junior Stella Knapp 439-5762 Harold Parker, W.P.; Merle Perrin, A.M.; Duncan McKay, A.P.; Maude Londry, Sec'y.; Marjorie Sweet, Treas.; Judy McKay, Cond.; Veeanne Maxwell, A.S.; Harry Clark, Warder; Edward Perdue, Sen.; Laura Parker, Chap.; Tholma Clark, Adah; Beverly Blais, Ruth; Elaine Knapp, Esther; Suzanne Clark, Martha ; Helen Perdue, Electa. The annual meeting of the Valley Health Center Auxiliary was held in the Masonic Dining Room at 1:30 p.m. May 12 with Selma Keenan, president, presiding. It was voted net to change the by-laws at this time. The annual Flea Market will be held July 9 at the Old Fairgrounds. Space reser- vations are still just $5 per space by vendors coming without a reservation will be charged $7. Mary Coffrin chairiady for the Auxiliary Trash Treasures and Trinkets table at the Flea Market announced that donations can be left at her home in E. Corinth anytime between new and July 8. The nominating committee presented the following slate of officers to serve for the ensuing year: Kitty Peixotto, president; Stella Knapp, 1st vice pres.; Grace Gibby, 2nd vice pres.; Everdene Hood, secretary; Eleanor Burroughs, A social hour L. Smith, treasurer. followed with refreshments the served by the hostesses, were in- Virginia Vittum, Grace Gibby Serve Minerva and Peggy Halsey. The fall meeting will be held October W.M.; 13 at 6:30 p.m. beginning with S.W.; a pot luck supper. Committee Karl for the supper are Kitty Bert T. Peixotto, Grete Jackman and Y; Brian A. Stella Knapp. James D. Mother's Day guests of Mrs. ; Carroll D. John Williams were Mr. and Sweet, Mrs. Larry Williams and four Chap.; children of Shelburne; Mrs. Mar.; James Barton and Beth and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Polli Miller as and Jaime of Bradford. Cedric L. Mr. and Mrs. George Muse [Patron;Vida of Glen Falls, N.Y., were Marshall; Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Installing Hugh Olsen. Mason, Mrs. Carlyle Hunt of Jericho the was a Mother's Day guest of in Minerva her mother, Mrs. Leo Hut- O.E.S. were chinson. Gibby, W.M.; Mrs. Esther Johnson -9704 Jae Webb decided to change the length of of the swimming classes to to five weeks, Monday through Thursday and have Friday for of makeup day. Lessons will is start on July 6. Two major Western meetings a year will be held, m one in October to discuss the ski program and budget and tard, St. one in March to discuss the and Mrs. swim program. Larry Martin and Don Davenport were responsible for the bleachers a holiday and did an excellentjoh. Mr. and Mrs. John Lange met visited their son, John C. Lange, in N. Clarendon, that Sunday, May 10. people Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Munn, get Jr., and Barbara and Shoryl, ;raped and of Normal, Ill. are spending It was some time in Falrlee, visiting friends and relatives. ry - Bertha Carleton 429-3868 Darn from and attended-church on recent Sunday and in the afternoon Solon Mr. and Mrs. Donald Welch from E. Montpelier were at Minear the Gordon Welch home. here The sympathy of the community is extended to the of E. bereaved families who have Sunday lost loved ones this week. The Knox Henderson Family; the Family of Mrs. Ralph Lend; Florida The Garnett Hebb Family and the Dr. Chipman Family. and Mrs. The Women's Fellowship Stock- meeting is to be at the hall md Mrs. May 20. The Firemen's two sons meeting is at the firehouse the were here evening of May 20. l at- of Mrs. Dorothy Nelson. Mrs. Gloris Welch and Mrs. Ella' received Ritchie as assisting hostesses. for Mrs. Dorothy Knott, were president, conducted the A a r o n business meeting. Plans for a Mr. and chicken dinner were discussed. The speaker, Mrs. Miel and Mrs. Hudson, Northeastern district fourth president, made several of announcements, and told of the work of the clubs. Miss Enis Zambon, Mont- pelier, was a Sunday guest of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Severino Zambon. Mr. and Mrs. George d Cameron of Barre were dinner a guests Sunday of her sister, tthe Mrs. Mary Frost. Charles and Frost, also of Barre, visited of his mother. them Rep. and Mrs. John Zam- pieri and Mrs. Winie Frost were guests of the United and Nations, and flew to Mr. Washington, D.C., Monday, of for a meeting. Barro, Mrs. Ruth Darling, .WOmen,s spent several days with her sister, Mrs. Celia Hamilton. me home She attended a meeting of the S. Newbury Isabel Whimey 866-5676 Bishop Hooker attended the Opera Company of New England's performance of Don Pasquale Wednesday evening in Portland, Maine. Heidi Smit, John, Tim and Ryan Grow worked last weekend on the walls at the Campbell-Holt's new house, Brad Johnston supervising. Darlene Page helped with the children. Greg Smit is in the worms and crawlers business. The new commemorative markers have been set in at each end of the former Bedell Bridge. They were installed by Winston Doe of Barre Granite Memorials. 007 Sylvester had a very good Mother's Day. He received the Foster Mother of the Cat Year award for his tender, upbringing of the two orphans, Twinky and Sasha, and the foundling, Mini. Chicken liver was the prize... Mr. and Mrs. Rydzewski are spending a week at Sleepers Meadow Cabins. They are interested in settling in Vermont. At a joint meeting Wed- nesday evening in Tenney Memorial Library, trustees of both libraries in the town of Newbury, met with members of the public and the two librarians. Tentative plans were made for a story hour tar pre-school children one morning a week during July and August. The Baldwin library in Wells River will have one on Wednesday mornings as they did last year and in Newbury one on another morning is proposed. Wells River Beth Nelson 757-3429 Blue Mountain Union School Several members of the cast of "The Wizard of Oz" did publicity for the play on the streets of Woodsville and Wells River singing and passing out flyers a couple days last week. About 1000 people from surrounding schools and Blue Mountain attended the matinee per- formance on the eleventh. Mini-Carnival Day will be held on May 28 and 29 spon- sored by the claw of '83 with a variety of activities including: a softball throw, greased pig, fortune teller, kissing booth and ring toss. Hot Air Balloonist at Blue Mountain Steve Audett, hot air balloonist gave very en- tertaining lectures on the history of hot air ballooning and its science at Blue Mountain on May 13. Children listened eagerly, asked questions and looked through a book of pictures of balloons. In the afternoon Mr. Audette inflated the balloon. In 1977 this balloon was awarded "The Most Beautiful Balloon" and was written up in Tlme magazine in August of that year. The balloon is 80 feet tall and 40 feet wide. Opening of Savoys' Dairy Bar Savoys' Dairy Bar opened May 16 with 20 flavors of bard ice cream. News Briefs Many people attended the Open House for Anna and Raymond Boyce on May 17. The Boyces have been married 50 years. A jumping mouse was found on Randall Hill. He jumps around three feet and has the customary looooong tail. BITS OF INFORMATION A whale's heart beats only five times a minute. I Order of the Eastern Star in Wells River Wednesday evening. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Willis were her daughter, Miss Jean Garvin, Montpelier, and Mrs. Winnie Pineo. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stearns, Burlington, called on her aunt, Mrs. John Willis, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John McCoy, Bradford, called on his sister Mrs. Martha Grant Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Davidson have returned to their home here after spen- ding the winter in Lake Wales, Fla. Mrs. Virginia Phelps has returned to her home after being a patient in the Mary Hitchcock Hospital in Hanover, N.H. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant have returned from Largo, Fla. where they spent the winter months. Their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thayer, Kristi and Kim, of Readsfield, Maine, spent the weekend wooasville Annual Children's Fishing Derby The annual Children's Fishing Derby which the Ammonoosuc Fish and Game Club sponsors was held May 16 with many area children participating. Refreshments were served and prizes given. Future events of the Ammonoosuc Fish and Game Club are: The Silhouette Shoot on June 14 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Frontier Day July 5 same time; and August 23 Muzzle Loader and High Power Rifle same time. Woodsville High School An entertainment night was hold by Woodsville High School last week with the band, chorus and other groups participating. There was a good attendance. The Belgium Booster Club will hold another Flea Market on May 24 at the Community Building from I0 a.m. - 5 p.m. with 58 tables of crafts and other items. Refreshments will be available. TRUST Sponsors Dance TRUST sponsored a dance at the 111 Club on May 15 with "Black Velvet" provided with music. TRUST is a group of people in the area who have united under the name Team Response Understanding Sexual Trauma to lend sup- pert to sexually assaulted victims emotionally and legally ( procedures if necessary). Bowling Alley Adds Gameroom Video games and a variety of pinball machines are now available at the Woodsville Bowling Alley to give the family a game night. OBTA Meeting On May 12 the tlttffd regular meeting of the Opera Block Tenants Association was held in the Tenants' Lounge with President Annie Johnson presiding, 25 members present, and Jan Doyle representing Northern Community Management Corporation. After a short formal meeting a birthday party was hold for the seven May birthday children: Mabel Cleveland, Dorothy Vance, Maxine Minshull, Emma Glover, Ida Lawrence, Warren Ailsop and Earle Towne. Birthday cake was served with coffee and tea. News Briefs The Cooperative Nursery School of Haverhill hold an Corinth Dinner guests Sunday in the home of Edab and Gifford Serene were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Appleton and Alan of Bradford; also Laurice Appleton of Newbury and Sam Magoon. Dinner guests of Marian Gokey on Saturday, May 2 were her niece Mrs. Norma Mclver of Marshfield, her nephew Robert Gokey of Quechoe, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lunge of Cabot. Mr. and Mrs. Boynton Saia spent Mother's Day in Barre with their daughter's family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Putney and son. Eleanor Burroughs was at the home of her stepmother Edna Hacker in Bradford for Mother's Day where she joined her sisters Elsie Davis and Carrie Martin of Brad- ford, Bernice Dewing of Rochester, N.H., .and their half-brother Earl Hackett and family of Claremont, N.H. This was the first time in 13 years the brother and sisters had all been together. Craig Saia has completed his second year at Western New England College in Springfield, Mass. He will be with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boynton Saia, for the summer. I with them: Mrs. Beulah Pritchett, Maplewood, N.J., ac- companied her sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Homeister and Miss Pearl Grant, to their home here. They had spent six months with her. She returned to her home Monday. Danny Keith, N. Haverhill, spent Thursday with his grandmother Mrs. Doris McLam, and attended the production of the Wizard of Oz at Blue Mt. Union. Mrs. Rosa and Mrs. Winoua Sulham were business visitors in Bradford Thursday and called on Mrs. Marian Calderwood at the Atkinsou House in Newbury. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Rennie, Wolfhoro, N.H., were dinner guests Saturday of their uncle, John Willis and Mrs. Willis. Miss Sandra Keith, N. Haverhill, spent Saturday with her grandmother, Mrs. Hazel Rosa. Mrs. Doris Berry, N. Ryegate, called on Mrs. Doris McLam Friday. Debby and N Beth Nelson Bradford 757-3429 Virginia Bedeli viermonr llwlffil I, I II 439-5720 The sympathy of the town is Piermont Inn through the will start at the Legion Hall at extended to Charles Brown of years. These lilacs are im- Ryegate _ Blue Mountain Grange No. 263 held their annual Dues Paying Supper Tuesday evening, May 12, which was planned by the Women's Activities Committee, and was attended by 35 members. A business meeting followed the dinner. The Community Service Committee reported on possible projects. The next meeting will be May 26 with the program by the Women's Activities Committee. The Cooking Contest will be judged at that time with this year's recipe for Bran Rolls. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, St. of Brattleboro and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Gauthier and daughter Tracy of West Chesterfield, N.H., spent the day Sunday, April 26, with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter and Melissa and helped celebrate Melissa's fifth birthday. The Extension Homemakers held a Dues Paying Pot Luck luncheon Thursday, May 7, at the home of Mrs. Arthur Whitehill with 14 present. The program was led by Mrs. Alfred LaBay with a topic of "Sugar and Salt." The next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, June 4, at the home of Mrs. Bruce Nelson, who will lead a meeting on "Spices." Mrs. Walter Wilcox with her daughter Mrs. Alain Prince was in Hanover, N.H. Tuesday, May 12, for a medical appointment at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. Melissa Gates celebrated her fifth birthday Monday, April 27, with a party for the following guests: Amanda Beauvais, Kimberly McLure, Curtis and Andrea Nelson, Joshna White, Ethan Nelson, Hannah , mily Bayer, Eleanor Burrouglm II I 439-5547 Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Carrier were in Roxbury Mother's Day calling on his 90 year old mother, Mrs. Grace Carrier. John Carlson of Far- mington, Conn., Frank Paulhers of North Haven, Conn., also Buddy Brown of Southington, Conn., Merlin Magoon of Concord, N.H., Tammie Magoon of Nor- thwood, N.H. and Coral and Roy Neider and sons Merlin and Michael of Bow, N.H., were Saturday callers at Windswept Acres. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Roseman of Kent, Conn., recently visited Ellsworth and Agnes Carrier. Edward and Helen Perdue and his mother Geneva Perdue met with members of the family at the home of his sister Dorothy and Wilfred Sweet for Mother's Day dinner. Mrs. Janice Hauge of Brookings, S. D. has been visiting relatives in this area. On Tuesday she accompanied her brother and wife Edward and Helen Perdue and her mother Geneva Perdue to Dover, N.H., whore they visited Doris and David Spiller and family, also Betty Lou and Henry Osmer and family in Gilmanton, N.H. The bi-monthly meeting of the churcb at Corinth Center was held in the church Wednesday evening. NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. William Hatch of Thetford Center are the parents of a baby son, Michael James, born April 24 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. DAUGHTER ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. John Moon of Newbury are parents of a baby daughter, born May 9 at Cottage Hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds, 12 ounces. Tommy Keith were also guests of their grandmother, Mrs. McLam. Miss Mary Tougher, Pembroke, Mass. and Miss Susan Trevethick, Waitsfield, spent the weekend with Miss Jean Davidson, and attended the Wizard of Oz production. and his wife Kristen Foster president Nancy Thorntonand showed slides and told of their husband John, new of spar- recent trip to Panama with a ford, N.H. group of 10 students and Hostess for the VIS card teachers from the White party was Eola Smith, who Mountain School in Littleton, also held low score. First prize N.H. Mrs. Fremont Nelson winner was Hazel Irwin, and introduced the couple, both of Sylvia Guy was second. whom are chaplains at the Seventeen Senior Citizens White Mountain School. met at the FW Hall on May Following the slide presen- 11 for the regular meeting. tation, Mrs. John Ruppert of Members are signing up now S. Ryegate presented Rev. for a cruise of Lake Surmpee Marion Redding with a sur- on June 29. Guest Seniors prise welcome gift of money wishing to go should contact from members and friends of Carrie Conery very soon. the three Ryegate Churches. After the meeting the group The gift was accompanied by adjourned to the home of Rita a large card designed by Mrs. Fournier, who displayed Bruce Beauvais featuring nearly 200 of her own African sketches of the three chur- violets, as well as giving hints chos. The evening concluded for their care. Dora Goldfeller with refreshments and a and Ruby Wheeler served social hour. A bouquet of fresh delicious refresbments. As the flowers, which decorated the members left, Rita gave each vestry, was arranged by Mrs. one an African violet plant she EdwardMcLure. had started. Rita also presented a birthday cake to Wentworth Sarcella Soffman , 764-5795" Deborah Blodgett received Miss Judy Pease spent her diploma from Keene State Mother's Day afternoon with last Sunday, magna cum Mrs. Blanche Kezar in laude. Miss Blodgett who Campton. majored in special education Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wiggett was a member of Kappa Delta of Holderness spent Sunday Pi an educational honor with Mr. and Mrs. Skip society. She is remembered Cummings. here for her summer em- Mr. and Mrs. era Putnam ployment at various times at have returned to their former Morse Museum, Bud's home on Stanyan Hill. They Country Store and Shawnee's. have been living in Bristol. Returns for the Cancer Crusade can still be sent to Marcella Hoffmann by a check made out to the American Cancer Society. Florence Ramsdell returned this week after an extended trip to visit relatives and friends. She spent a week with her sou Richard in Groveton, N.H., another week with her daughter Thelma in Canaan, Vt. and saw friends in Colebrook and Pittsburg before going to the home of her late brother-in-law in Montague, Mass. Dorothy Brown is suffering from a broken toe. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kehl have sold their home near Gore's Falls and will move to Connecticut. Mother's Day was marked at the Wilfred Tatham's by a backyard picnic dinner at- tended by the Tatham children and their families: Mr. and Mrs. David Tatham with Michael and Amy of Enfield; Mr. and Mrs. Steven Tatham with Sara and Scan and Carrie of Endfield; Mr. and Mrs. Joel Tatham with Travis and Corey of Plymouth; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis, Jr. and Cheryl of Wentworth; Andrew Tatham and friend Miss Sharon Sargent of Manchester. Daughter Caroline joined the picnic via a phone call from California. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gave spent last Sunday in Haverhill, Mass., helping Mrs. Gay ' " ' o e s smter, Shlrley Cares , celebrate her birthday. the Hazards, came up from Massachusetts for Mother's Day. Women's Fellowship members brought food and daughters (some borrowed) to a Mother-Daughter banquet in rye Town Hall, May 14.. SAL Fashion Jeans for Boys The latest in cleon, good looks.., dark denim fadllon Jeans wlth contrast white stltchlng from Levl's' Youthwearl He'll love them for their tradlflonol Levi's ' comfort; you'll love thelr durablllty and easy-care fabrlcs. Students slzes 25-30. Many other styles of Levi's" to choose from. Open House on May 19. Marge Kakuiski from Joan and Frank Parker will Cohoes, N.Y. is visiting at the 9 a.m. It is hoped any Boy the Piermont Inn whose father ported from Iran. The New arrive in Florida May 26. They home of Chuck and Debbie Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl died last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hampshire state flower is the will visit their sons, Kent and Carlson and children. Scouts, Brownies and all Brown were in Dobbs Ferry, lilac and some of the early Tim, in the Air Force and Mrs. Shirley Reed and eight- available Legion and N.Y. for services. French variety may be other friends before returning month-old, Laura of Colorado Auxiliary Members will join. The library will be closed descended from those brought to Woodsville area. Springs, Colo. and her Dad, The Oxbow Band will be Memorial Day, May 30th. The toNewport, R.I. by thoFrench Recent callers of Pastor and Ernest Williams of marching. They will advance parade will be at 11 a.m. and soldiers who accompanied Mrs. Albert Parker were Mr. Wallingford, Conn. have been to the Upper Plain Cemeteries dinner at the town hall at Rochambeau during the and Mrs. Bruce Sage of Lit- at theircamp near Cucumber where exercises will take noon. Open House at the Revolution. These were given tleton. Corners this past week. place. Rev. James Boudreau Historical Society rooms in to their hostesses in the town. Mrs. Zerella Shute is a Robert Judd is back home will be the speaker, the library building will be Mr. and Mrs. Robert Winn patient at Cottage Hospital. from the Hanover hospital Donald and Maxine Erskine held after the parade through are celebrating their 25th Mary Forier was the where he had undergone have returned home from Mt. the afternoon. In addition to wedding anniversary this recipient of four 10-day cakes surgery. Doria, Fla. via their daughter, the museum exhibits recor- weekend in Newport, R. I. and had to bake them all on Memorial exercises will be Brenda's and family, where dings of townsfolk --the town in which they were the same day. hold Memorial Day the 30th. It they spent Mother's Day and reminiscences may be heard married. Den's birthday, and recording made if anyone Mrs. Alec Szuch has Nancy Perkins Carroll and Myrtle Mattoon wishes, returned to her home after 584.3611 have also returned from their Mrs. Henry Wilson spent several weeks in the Rutland, Matty Towle, and Melissa's winterstay in Florida. Mother's Day weekend at the Vt. hospital where she un- brother Peter. Charles Hines, son of Mrs. home of the Davis family derwent surgery. Mrs. Clifford Clark, Patricia Hines, has gone to (daughter, Joyce)in Saxton's Floyd Smith is in Mary daughter Tara and cousin Lackland Air Force Base in River, Vt. Her son Stanley and Hitchcock hospital for a series Stephanie, of W. Pawlet and Texas for training, family joined them there. The of tests. Mrs. Fremont Nelson and son H.T.F.R. Bernard Gendron Davis family is leaving for the The 4-H girls who studied Ethan were luncheon guests who was called home for the West where Joyce will spend cooking this year-under the Friday, May 8, of Mrs. Gene funeral of his grandmother her sabbatical year working leadership of Mrs. Donald Perkins. Adelia Gendron is returning to for her Master's degree. Coulter can well be proud of Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Groton, Conn. Sunday. Just before the beneficial the gourmet meal they served Nelson, Darcy, Matthew, and H.T.F.R. Peter Thurston rain the Charles Browns so beautifully to their mothers Ethan attended a Work Day at who has been on a 15 day planted a new hedge of Per- last week. Every girl in this the State Grange Center in leave has gone to his base in sian lilacs whore the various group won a blue ribbon at the BrookfieldSunday, Mayl0. Groton, Conn. borders have been at the County judging. A large number from the A few days later they all community attended one or Katharine Biaisdell took part in the Spring Music more performances of ,'The N. Haverhill Wizard of Oz" at 'Blue 787-6315 Program at the Village School at the Town Hall. The group Mountain Union School May 7, Elsie Church has returned Polly Smith. The club greatly singing at all levels was ob- 8, and 9. Those from here who home from a visit with her appreciates Rita's excellent viously the result of careful were members of the cast granddaughter, Dawn Hobbs, program, hospitality, and rehearsing and two leading included Lois Eastman, Vicki in Prove, Utah. While there generosity. The next meeting parts played by Alison Gould Clark, Jessie and Sherry she toured Salt Lake City and will be at Edith Henson's as the Rabbit Who Wanted Stapelfeld, Zachary and the snow-capped mountains apartment, to see the Cowles' Red Wings and Elizabeth Emily Bayer, Dylan Ford, which surround it, andsaw the collection of earlycarriages Veghte as the school teacher Jennifer Nelson, Joe Perkins, desert with thousands of sheep and their stagecoach, shown gave fine performances. Gordon Perkins, and Nancy grazing. She also enjoyed her by Marge Cowles. At the home of Mrs. Donald Perkins. The musical was first plane ride. They also We hear that Don Coulter there was a gathering directed by Jean Davidson toured the Osmond Studio and Girouard's garden will be late of relatives when her family, and Joe Ford. she spoke to Donnie Osmond this year, as a pair of killdeer Members and friends of the of TVfame." is nesting there. They also E. Ryegate, S. Ryegate, and Mr. and Mrs. Brian have bluebirds nesting, and Ryegate Corner Presbyterian Copeland and baby daughter have seen three roSe-breasted Churches gathered in the spent last weekend with grosbeaks at their feeder. vestry of the Ryegate Corner Russell and Marge Page. The Methodist Church Church Monday evening, May The N. Haverhill Girls Club announces a Special ll, where Frank Davis, who held its annual banquet at the Recognition Sunday for bad served as interim pastor home of Don and Alice longtime members at the Following the feast a broad from August, 1980, to March, Girouard on May 16. About 50 regular 9:30 a.m. service on spectrum of talent entertained 1981, in the S. Ryegate and members and guests were May 31. Everyone is invited, forall, while fathers did K. P. Ryegate Corner Churches,, present, including past May 29, 1981.The Journal Opinion-Page 5 Ill Club hold its at Union 36 Kelman of Vt., who is a the Education at Dartmouth speaker for topic was ve Sex Health." This a question At the was con- president, a Parenting for term. teachers and i next School Club ne held at Union 21 at 7:30 p.m. this meeting, will speak on and Child upcoming activities are First grade 4, School Supper; Board 18, 8th grade 19, Last day Ist day of service the Minerva . & A.M. and No. 68, Tuesday 28, at the Corinth, Junior Stella Knapp 439-5762 Harold Parker, W.P.; Merle Perrin, A.M.; Duncan McKay, A.P.; Maude Londry, Sec'y.; Marjorie Sweet, Treas.; Judy McKay, Cond.; Veeanne Maxwell, A.S.; Harry Clark, Warder; Edward Perdue, Sen.; Laura Parker, Chap.; Tholma Clark, Adah; Beverly Blais, Ruth; Elaine Knapp, Esther; Suzanne Clark, Martha ; Helen Perdue, Electa. The annual meeting of the Valley Health Center Auxiliary was held in the Masonic Dining Room at 1:30 p.m. May 12 with Selma Keenan, president, presiding. It was voted net to change the by-laws at this time. The annual Flea Market will be held July 9 at the Old Fairgrounds. Space reser- vations are still just $5 per space by vendors coming without a reservation will be charged $7. Mary Coffrin chairiady for the Auxiliary Trash Treasures and Trinkets table at the Flea Market announced that donations can be left at her home in E. Corinth anytime between new and July 8. The nominating committee presented the following slate of officers to serve for the ensuing year: Kitty Peixotto, president; Stella Knapp, 1st vice pres.; Grace Gibby, 2nd vice pres.; Everdene Hood, secretary; Eleanor Burroughs, A social hour L. Smith, treasurer. followed with refreshments the served by the hostesses, were in- Virginia Vittum, Grace Gibby Serve Minerva and Peggy Halsey. The fall meeting will be held October W.M.; 13 at 6:30 p.m. beginning with S.W.; a pot luck supper. Committee Karl for the supper are Kitty Bert T. Peixotto, Grete Jackman and Y; Brian A. Stella Knapp. James D. Mother's Day guests of Mrs. ; Carroll D. John Williams were Mr. and Sweet, Mrs. Larry Williams and four Chap.; children of Shelburne; Mrs. Mar.; James Barton and Beth and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Polli Miller as and Jaime of Bradford. Cedric L. Mr. and Mrs. George Muse [Patron;Vida of Glen Falls, N.Y., were Marshall; Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Installing Hugh Olsen. Mason, Mrs. Carlyle Hunt of Jericho the was a Mother's Day guest of in Minerva her mother, Mrs. Leo Hut- O.E.S. were chinson. Gibby, W.M.; Mrs. Esther Johnson -9704 Jae Webb decided to change the length of of the swimming classes to to five weeks, Monday through Thursday and have Friday for of makeup day. Lessons will is start on July 6. Two major Western meetings a year will be held, m one in October to discuss the ski program and budget and tard, St. one in March to discuss the and Mrs. swim program. Larry Martin and Don Davenport were responsible for the bleachers a holiday and did an excellentjoh. Mr. and Mrs. John Lange met visited their son, John C. Lange, in N. Clarendon, that Sunday, May 10. people Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Munn, get Jr., and Barbara and Shoryl, ;raped and of Normal, Ill. are spending It was some time in Falrlee, visiting friends and relatives. ry - Bertha Carleton 429-3868 Darn from and attended-church on recent Sunday and in the afternoon Solon Mr. and Mrs. Donald Welch from E. Montpelier were at Minear the Gordon Welch home. here The sympathy of the community is extended to the of E. bereaved families who have Sunday lost loved ones this week. The Knox Henderson Family; the Family of Mrs. Ralph Lend; Florida The Garnett Hebb Family and the Dr. Chipman Family. and Mrs. The Women's Fellowship Stock- meeting is to be at the hall md Mrs. May 20. The Firemen's two sons meeting is at the firehouse the were here evening of May 20. l at- of Mrs. Dorothy Nelson. Mrs. Gloris Welch and Mrs. Ella' received Ritchie as assisting hostesses. for Mrs. Dorothy Knott, were president, conducted the A a r o n business meeting. Plans for a Mr. and chicken dinner were discussed. The speaker, Mrs. Miel and Mrs. Hudson, Northeastern district fourth president, made several of announcements, and told of the work of the clubs. Miss Enis Zambon, Mont- pelier, was a Sunday guest of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Severino Zambon. Mr. and Mrs. George d Cameron of Barre were dinner a guests Sunday of her sister, tthe Mrs. Mary Frost. Charles and Frost, also of Barre, visited of his mother. them Rep. and Mrs. John Zam- pieri and Mrs. Winie Frost were guests of the United and Nations, and flew to Mr. Washington, D.C., Monday, of for a meeting. Barro, Mrs. Ruth Darling, .WOmen,s spent several days with her sister, Mrs. Celia Hamilton. me home She attended a meeting of the S. Newbury Isabel Whimey 866-5676 Bishop Hooker attended the Opera Company of New England's performance of Don Pasquale Wednesday evening in Portland, Maine. Heidi Smit, John, Tim and Ryan Grow worked last weekend on the walls at the Campbell-Holt's new house, Brad Johnston supervising. Darlene Page helped with the children. Greg Smit is in the worms and crawlers business. The new commemorative markers have been set in at each end of the former Bedell Bridge. They were installed by Winston Doe of Barre Granite Memorials. 007 Sylvester had a very good Mother's Day. He received the Foster Mother of the Cat Year award for his tender, upbringing of the two orphans, Twinky and Sasha, and the foundling, Mini. Chicken liver was the prize... Mr. and Mrs. Rydzewski are spending a week at Sleepers Meadow Cabins. They are interested in settling in Vermont. At a joint meeting Wed- nesday evening in Tenney Memorial Library, trustees of both libraries in the town of Newbury, met with members of the public and the two librarians. Tentative plans were made for a story hour tar pre-school children one morning a week during July and August. The Baldwin library in Wells River will have one on Wednesday mornings as they did last year and in Newbury one on another morning is proposed. Wells River Beth Nelson 757-3429 Blue Mountain Union School Several members of the cast of "The Wizard of Oz" did publicity for the play on the streets of Woodsville and Wells River singing and passing out flyers a couple days last week. About 1000 people from surrounding schools and Blue Mountain attended the matinee per- formance on the eleventh. Mini-Carnival Day will be held on May 28 and 29 spon- sored by the claw of '83 with a variety of activities including: a softball throw, greased pig, fortune teller, kissing booth and ring toss. Hot Air Balloonist at Blue Mountain Steve Audett, hot air balloonist gave very en- tertaining lectures on the history of hot air ballooning and its science at Blue Mountain on May 13. Children listened eagerly, asked questions and looked through a book of pictures of balloons. In the afternoon Mr. Audette inflated the balloon. In 1977 this balloon was awarded "The Most Beautiful Balloon" and was written up in Tlme magazine in August of that year. The balloon is 80 feet tall and 40 feet wide. Opening of Savoys' Dairy Bar Savoys' Dairy Bar opened May 16 with 20 flavors of bard ice cream. News Briefs Many people attended the Open House for Anna and Raymond Boyce on May 17. The Boyces have been married 50 years. A jumping mouse was found on Randall Hill. He jumps around three feet and has the customary looooong tail. BITS OF INFORMATION A whale's heart beats only five times a minute. I Order of the Eastern Star in Wells River Wednesday evening. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Willis were her daughter, Miss Jean Garvin, Montpelier, and Mrs. Winnie Pineo. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stearns, Burlington, called on her aunt, Mrs. John Willis, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John McCoy, Bradford, called on his sister Mrs. Martha Grant Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Davidson have returned to their home here after spen- ding the winter in Lake Wales, Fla. Mrs. Virginia Phelps has returned to her home after being a patient in the Mary Hitchcock Hospital in Hanover, N.H. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant have returned from Largo, Fla. where they spent the winter months. Their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thayer, Kristi and Kim, of Readsfield, Maine, spent the weekend wooasville Annual Children's Fishing Derby The annual Children's Fishing Derby which the Ammonoosuc Fish and Game Club sponsors was held May 16 with many area children participating. Refreshments were served and prizes given. Future events of the Ammonoosuc Fish and Game Club are: The Silhouette Shoot on June 14 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Frontier Day July 5 same time; and August 23 Muzzle Loader and High Power Rifle same time. Woodsville High School An entertainment night was hold by Woodsville High School last week with the band, chorus and other groups participating. There was a good attendance. The Belgium Booster Club will hold another Flea Market on May 24 at the Community Building from I0 a.m. - 5 p.m. with 58 tables of crafts and other items. Refreshments will be available. TRUST Sponsors Dance TRUST sponsored a dance at the 111 Club on May 15 with "Black Velvet" provided with music. TRUST is a group of people in the area who have united under the name Team Response Understanding Sexual Trauma to lend sup- pert to sexually assaulted victims emotionally and legally ( procedures if necessary). Bowling Alley Adds Gameroom Video games and a variety of pinball machines are now available at the Woodsville Bowling Alley to give the family a game night. OBTA Meeting On May 12 the tlttffd regular meeting of the Opera Block Tenants Association was held in the Tenants' Lounge with President Annie Johnson presiding, 25 members present, and Jan Doyle representing Northern Community Management Corporation. After a short formal meeting a birthday party was hold for the seven May birthday children: Mabel Cleveland, Dorothy Vance, Maxine Minshull, Emma Glover, Ida Lawrence, Warren Ailsop and Earle Towne. Birthday cake was served with coffee and tea. News Briefs The Cooperative Nursery School of Haverhill hold an Corinth Dinner guests Sunday in the home of Edab and Gifford Serene were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Appleton and Alan of Bradford; also Laurice Appleton of Newbury and Sam Magoon. Dinner guests of Marian Gokey on Saturday, May 2 were her niece Mrs. Norma Mclver of Marshfield, her nephew Robert Gokey of Quechoe, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lunge of Cabot. Mr. and Mrs. Boynton Saia spent Mother's Day in Barre with their daughter's family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Putney and son. Eleanor Burroughs was at the home of her stepmother Edna Hacker in Bradford for Mother's Day where she joined her sisters Elsie Davis and Carrie Martin of Brad- ford, Bernice Dewing of Rochester, N.H., .and their half-brother Earl Hackett and family of Claremont, N.H. This was the first time in 13 years the brother and sisters had all been together. Craig Saia has completed his second year at Western New England College in Springfield, Mass. He will be with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boynton Saia, for the summer. I with them: Mrs. Beulah Pritchett, Maplewood, N.J., ac- companied her sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Homeister and Miss Pearl Grant, to their home here. They had spent six months with her. She returned to her home Monday. Danny Keith, N. Haverhill, spent Thursday with his grandmother Mrs. Doris McLam, and attended the production of the Wizard of Oz at Blue Mt. Union. Mrs. Rosa and Mrs. Winoua Sulham were business visitors in Bradford Thursday and called on Mrs. Marian Calderwood at the Atkinsou House in Newbury. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Rennie, Wolfhoro, N.H., were dinner guests Saturday of their uncle, John Willis and Mrs. Willis. Miss Sandra Keith, N. Haverhill, spent Saturday with her grandmother, Mrs. Hazel Rosa. Mrs. Doris Berry, N. Ryegate, called on Mrs. Doris McLam Friday. Debby and N Beth Nelson Bradford 757-3429 Virginia Bedeli viermonr llwlffil I, I II 439-5720 The sympathy of the town is Piermont Inn through the will start at the Legion Hall at extended to Charles Brown of years. These lilacs are im- Ryegate _ Blue Mountain Grange No. 263 held their annual Dues Paying Supper Tuesday evening, May 12, which was planned by the Women's Activities Committee, and was attended by 35 members. A business meeting followed the dinner. The Community Service Committee reported on possible projects. The next meeting will be May 26 with the program by the Women's Activities Committee. The Cooking Contest will be judged at that time with this year's recipe for Bran Rolls. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, St. of Brattleboro and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Gauthier and daughter Tracy of West Chesterfield, N.H., spent the day Sunday, April 26, with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter and Melissa and helped celebrate Melissa's fifth birthday. The Extension Homemakers held a Dues Paying Pot Luck luncheon Thursday, May 7, at the home of Mrs. Arthur Whitehill with 14 present. The program was led by Mrs. Alfred LaBay with a topic of "Sugar and Salt." The next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, June 4, at the home of Mrs. Bruce Nelson, who will lead a meeting on "Spices." Mrs. Walter Wilcox with her daughter Mrs. Alain Prince was in Hanover, N.H. Tuesday, May 12, for a medical appointment at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. Melissa Gates celebrated her fifth birthday Monday, April 27, with a party for the following guests: Amanda Beauvais, Kimberly McLure, Curtis and Andrea Nelson, Joshna White, Ethan Nelson, Hannah , mily Bayer, Eleanor Burrouglm II I 439-5547 Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Carrier were in Roxbury Mother's Day calling on his 90 year old mother, Mrs. Grace Carrier. John Carlson of Far- mington, Conn., Frank Paulhers of North Haven, Conn., also Buddy Brown of Southington, Conn., Merlin Magoon of Concord, N.H., Tammie Magoon of Nor- thwood, N.H. and Coral and Roy Neider and sons Merlin and Michael of Bow, N.H., were Saturday callers at Windswept Acres. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Roseman of Kent, Conn., recently visited Ellsworth and Agnes Carrier. Edward and Helen Perdue and his mother Geneva Perdue met with members of the family at the home of his sister Dorothy and Wilfred Sweet for Mother's Day dinner. Mrs. Janice Hauge of Brookings, S. D. has been visiting relatives in this area. On Tuesday she accompanied her brother and wife Edward and Helen Perdue and her mother Geneva Perdue to Dover, N.H., whore they visited Doris and David Spiller and family, also Betty Lou and Henry Osmer and family in Gilmanton, N.H. The bi-monthly meeting of the churcb at Corinth Center was held in the church Wednesday evening. NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. William Hatch of Thetford Center are the parents of a baby son, Michael James, born April 24 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. DAUGHTER ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. John Moon of Newbury are parents of a baby daughter, born May 9 at Cottage Hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds, 12 ounces. Tommy Keith were also guests of their grandmother, Mrs. McLam. Miss Mary Tougher, Pembroke, Mass. and Miss Susan Trevethick, Waitsfield, spent the weekend with Miss Jean Davidson, and attended the Wizard of Oz production. and his wife Kristen Foster president Nancy Thorntonand showed slides and told of their husband John, new of spar- recent trip to Panama with a ford, N.H. group of 10 students and Hostess for the VIS card teachers from the White party was Eola Smith, who Mountain School in Littleton, also held low score. First prize N.H. Mrs. Fremont Nelson winner was Hazel Irwin, and introduced the couple, both of Sylvia Guy was second. whom are chaplains at the Seventeen Senior Citizens White Mountain School. met at the FW Hall on May Following the slide presen- 11 for the regular meeting. tation, Mrs. John Ruppert of Members are signing up now S. Ryegate presented Rev. for a cruise of Lake Surmpee Marion Redding with a sur- on June 29. Guest Seniors prise welcome gift of money wishing to go should contact from members and friends of Carrie Conery very soon. the three Ryegate Churches. After the meeting the group The gift was accompanied by adjourned to the home of Rita a large card designed by Mrs. Fournier, who displayed Bruce Beauvais featuring nearly 200 of her own African sketches of the three chur- violets, as well as giving hints chos. The evening concluded for their care. Dora Goldfeller with refreshments and a and Ruby Wheeler served social hour. A bouquet of fresh delicious refresbments. As the flowers, which decorated the members left, Rita gave each vestry, was arranged by Mrs. one an African violet plant she EdwardMcLure. had started. Rita also presented a birthday cake to Wentworth Sarcella Soffman , 764-5795" Deborah Blodgett received Miss Judy Pease spent her diploma from Keene State Mother's Day afternoon with last Sunday, magna cum Mrs. Blanche Kezar in laude. Miss Blodgett who Campton. majored in special education Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wiggett was a member of Kappa Delta of Holderness spent Sunday Pi an educational honor with Mr. and Mrs. Skip society. She is remembered Cummings. here for her summer em- Mr. and Mrs. era Putnam ployment at various times at have returned to their former Morse Museum, Bud's home on Stanyan Hill. They Country Store and Shawnee's. have been living in Bristol. Returns for the Cancer Crusade can still be sent to Marcella Hoffmann by a check made out to the American Cancer Society. Florence Ramsdell returned this week after an extended trip to visit relatives and friends. She spent a week with her sou Richard in Groveton, N.H., another week with her daughter Thelma in Canaan, Vt. and saw friends in Colebrook and Pittsburg before going to the home of her late brother-in-law in Montague, Mass. Dorothy Brown is suffering from a broken toe. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kehl have sold their home near Gore's Falls and will move to Connecticut. Mother's Day was marked at the Wilfred Tatham's by a backyard picnic dinner at- tended by the Tatham children and their families: Mr. and Mrs. David Tatham with Michael and Amy of Enfield; Mr. and Mrs. Steven Tatham with Sara and Scan and Carrie of Endfield; Mr. and Mrs. Joel Tatham with Travis and Corey of Plymouth; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis, Jr. and Cheryl of Wentworth; Andrew Tatham and friend Miss Sharon Sargent of Manchester. Daughter Caroline joined the picnic via a phone call from California. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gave spent last Sunday in Haverhill, Mass., helping Mrs. Gay ' " ' o e s smter, Shlrley Cares , celebrate her birthday. the Hazards, came up from Massachusetts for Mother's Day. Women's Fellowship members brought food and daughters (some borrowed) to a Mother-Daughter banquet in rye Town Hall, May 14.. 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The library will be closed descended from those brought to Woodsville area. Springs, Colo. and her Dad, The Oxbow Band will be Memorial Day, May 30th. The toNewport, R.I. by thoFrench Recent callers of Pastor and Ernest Williams of marching. They will advance parade will be at 11 a.m. and soldiers who accompanied Mrs. Albert Parker were Mr. Wallingford, Conn. have been to the Upper Plain Cemeteries dinner at the town hall at Rochambeau during the and Mrs. Bruce Sage of Lit- at theircamp near Cucumber where exercises will take noon. Open House at the Revolution. These were given tleton. Corners this past week. place. Rev. James Boudreau Historical Society rooms in to their hostesses in the town. Mrs. Zerella Shute is a Robert Judd is back home will be the speaker, the library building will be Mr. and Mrs. Robert Winn patient at Cottage Hospital. from the Hanover hospital Donald and Maxine Erskine held after the parade through are celebrating their 25th Mary Forier was the where he had undergone have returned home from Mt. the afternoon. In addition to wedding anniversary this recipient of four 10-day cakes surgery. Doria, Fla. via their daughter, the museum exhibits recor- weekend in Newport, R. I. and had to bake them all on Memorial exercises will be Brenda's and family, where dings of townsfolk --the town in which they were the same day. hold Memorial Day the 30th. It they spent Mother's Day and reminiscences may be heard married. Den's birthday, and recording made if anyone Mrs. Alec Szuch has Nancy Perkins Carroll and Myrtle Mattoon wishes, returned to her home after 584.3611 have also returned from their Mrs. Henry Wilson spent several weeks in the Rutland, Matty Towle, and Melissa's winterstay in Florida. Mother's Day weekend at the Vt. hospital where she un- brother Peter. Charles Hines, son of Mrs. home of the Davis family derwent surgery. Mrs. Clifford Clark, Patricia Hines, has gone to (daughter, Joyce)in Saxton's Floyd Smith is in Mary daughter Tara and cousin Lackland Air Force Base in River, Vt. Her son Stanley and Hitchcock hospital for a series Stephanie, of W. Pawlet and Texas for training, family joined them there. The of tests. Mrs. Fremont Nelson and son H.T.F.R. Bernard Gendron Davis family is leaving for the The 4-H girls who studied Ethan were luncheon guests who was called home for the West where Joyce will spend cooking this year-under the Friday, May 8, of Mrs. Gene funeral of his grandmother her sabbatical year working leadership of Mrs. Donald Perkins. Adelia Gendron is returning to for her Master's degree. Coulter can well be proud of Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Groton, Conn. Sunday. Just before the beneficial the gourmet meal they served Nelson, Darcy, Matthew, and H.T.F.R. Peter Thurston rain the Charles Browns so beautifully to their mothers Ethan attended a Work Day at who has been on a 15 day planted a new hedge of Per- last week. Every girl in this the State Grange Center in leave has gone to his base in sian lilacs whore the various group won a blue ribbon at the BrookfieldSunday, Mayl0. Groton, Conn. borders have been at the County judging. A large number from the A few days later they all community attended one or Katharine Biaisdell took part in the Spring Music more performances of ,'The N. Haverhill Wizard of Oz" at 'Blue 787-6315 Program at the Village School at the Town Hall. The group Mountain Union School May 7, Elsie Church has returned Polly Smith. The club greatly singing at all levels was ob- 8, and 9. Those from here who home from a visit with her appreciates Rita's excellent viously the result of careful were members of the cast granddaughter, Dawn Hobbs, program, hospitality, and rehearsing and two leading included Lois Eastman, Vicki in Prove, Utah. While there generosity. The next meeting parts played by Alison Gould Clark, Jessie and Sherry she toured Salt Lake City and will be at Edith Henson's as the Rabbit Who Wanted Stapelfeld, Zachary and the snow-capped mountains apartment, to see the Cowles' Red Wings and Elizabeth Emily Bayer, Dylan Ford, which surround it, andsaw the collection of earlycarriages Veghte as the school teacher Jennifer Nelson, Joe Perkins, desert with thousands of sheep and their stagecoach, shown gave fine performances. Gordon Perkins, and Nancy grazing. She also enjoyed her by Marge Cowles. At the home of Mrs. Donald Perkins. The musical was first plane ride. They also We hear that Don Coulter there was a gathering directed by Jean Davidson toured the Osmond Studio and Girouard's garden will be late of relatives when her family, and Joe Ford. she spoke to Donnie Osmond this year, as a pair of killdeer Members and friends of the of TVfame." is nesting there. They also E. Ryegate, S. Ryegate, and Mr. and Mrs. Brian have bluebirds nesting, and Ryegate Corner Presbyterian Copeland and baby daughter have seen three roSe-breasted Churches gathered in the spent last weekend with grosbeaks at their feeder. vestry of the Ryegate Corner Russell and Marge Page. The Methodist Church Church Monday evening, May The N. Haverhill Girls Club announces a Special ll, where Frank Davis, who held its annual banquet at the Recognition Sunday for bad served as interim pastor home of Don and Alice longtime members at the Following the feast a broad from August, 1980, to March, Girouard on May 16. About 50 regular 9:30 a.m. service on spectrum of talent entertained 1981, in the S. Ryegate and members and guests were May 31. Everyone is invited, forall, while fathers did K. P. Ryegate Corner Churches,, present, including past