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June 3, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 lewbu00 Fellowship Atkinson residence afternoon. About 14 losing sleep over the question program on of on which Memorial Day to which was to have lower the flag to half staff. He ) Tom Estill from finally decided to compromise materialize, and display it at half staff for 2 hour and sherbet hours on May 25 and for 2 joyed, hours on the 30th. He grum- Roger Scott is a bled, of course, at the extra patient at Cottage work involved. Ray Donaldson broke his and Charlie Cole ankle last week and is having to the Veterans' a holiday from farm spring in White River work. where he had a Mr. and Mrs. Evan Gelo stayed at Sleepers Meadow Putnam, Alma Saturday night. They had and Isabel Whitney come from Hingham, Mass., postal meeting at to attend his 35th reunion at River Sectional Bradford Academy. Isabel Whitney 8E6-5676 Center Thursday. Bradford 007 Sylvester had been ,hill Katharine Blaisdell 787-6315 tthy is extendec/to Jenner Whitman of Santa of Linwood Rosa, Calif., spent a few days with the Wardrops. They all Keith's hand, which attended Johnnie's graduation cut recently, was from the University of New along pretty until it Hampshire. again while Guests of Laurence and They think it Eola Smith over the weekend ;-along all right if of the 23rd were Coin's sister but it is hard and brother-in-law, Mr. and while getting Mrs. John Goodwin of Weirs onafarm. Beach, N.H., and Natalie also Howard McDuffee of West Roxbury, Ted Langhave all Mass. All are alumni of released by Bradford Academy, and at- in Rochester, tended the B. A. Alumni They were Reunion Saturday night. It on May 14 and found was Coin's and Natalie's fifty- lSth. Sounds like first reunion. are the way to travel! Guests of Florence Clough and Mary Ann for the weekend were Mr. and traveled to New Mrs. Richard Clough and :atch Peg showing daughters and Mr. and Mrs. and her friend Keith Belyea and sons of formerly of Concord, also Mrs. Helen showing her pony McQuestin of 1 -'"" All Peg got a second attended a me1 a sixth in Welsh for Mrs. Clara G ,n At the same on Saturday mor showed his Bessie And, was Hay Look Me hostess for the VI .,rd party. second in Fine Lillian Dunkley won first third in the place, Polly Smith was second, and Edith Lamarre brother held low score Lamar and of Stella Knapp Ih, , , 439-5762 Mrs. Harold Saturday all attended the Arden, N.C., Stromme - Farnham wedding area the May 23 in Williamstown and the and attended church reception in Barre. Also at- The Rev. tending from this area was lived in Corinth another brother of Mrs. 'Years and served as Knapp's, Stanley Farnham of Pastor here for Fairlee. before the Thomas Saylos Jr. of White came a Summit, N.J. was at his home on Page HiU last weekend Fehrs and her attended church here Sunday. law, Mrs. Ann May 23 weekend guests of of Armonk, N.Y. Mrs. John Williams were Mr. 20 to visit her and Mrs. Glen Erwin of L.M. Jackman, Bomoseen, Vt., and her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harold of Mr. and Blaisdell of Pittsford, Vt. All were Mr. attended the Bradford Hunting of Academy Alumni Banquet Mass. The Hun- Saturday evening where residents in Blaisdell and Erwin, mem- bers of the class of 1931, were guests of Mr. and celebrating their 50th reunion. Lamb were Sunday callers at the home and Mrs. Robert of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Knapp Conn. were Mr. and Mrs. Roland Russell Eastman of W. Fairlee. Mrs. E. Hartford, Eastman is the former and Mrs. Ed Blanche Templeton who lived estmorland, N.H., with her father in the house guests of their where Frank and Edith att Knapp. On Emerson now live. Mrs. Esther Johnson !  i 333-9704 who has Vermont. Michael Hayward, at the Mary son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred )ital in Hayward, III, from Oxbow; is now David Smith, son of Mr. and at his home Mrs. Lewis Smith, from Oxbow, and will be going to s. John Ward, Wyoming Tech., in Laramie, Londonderry, Wyoming. Peter Durgin, son ing Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice r. Durgin,. from the Thompson Fairlee who School of Applied Science, of spring the University of New son of Hampshire at Durham, N.H. Flanders, Congratulations to these ain College, young folks! Flandershas Rural Life Sunday was at the celebrated at the Federated Innin Church, May 24, with the Ward, son congregation bringing antique from artifacts to church and after Mary the service everyone gathered Irene in front of the church and the ma Thetford children, aided by adults, Laura planted flower seeds and Mr. and plants in front of the church. from The sermon, Bible readings, Miss and hymns all focused on the O'Brien rural life. %of in . Miss Louise Barnes, pringfield, and Robert Barnes, of Montpelier, visited from Oxbow, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolles, College, Sunday, June 24. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Gallup and Mrs. and Mrs. Karl Johnson visited Oxbow Henning Johnson in East , of Orange, Sunday. The Orange East Senior Citizen Club met May 21 at Oxbow, where 25 sat down to a potluck dinner. A successful meeting was held following the meal with 19 present. Officers are President, Marie Cavalier: 1st Vice President Doris Cummings; 2nd Vice President, Dorothy Millis; Secretary, Madeline Slack; Treasurer, Dorothy Lapierre; Chaplain, Martha Sagnet; Sunshine, Bernice Hamlin. Program for the year will include a spring trip to Harts Turkey Farm, Lake Win- nipesaukee; a fall trip to be decided later; a raffle with a poncho afghan, pillow and 2 sets of placemats, all donated by members and hand-made, to be raffled; an auction; fishing trip; silent auction; Christmas sale; a trip to Randolph, St. Johnsbury and White River Jet. to meal sites and on June 6 a food sale at P&C and Gould's Store. Next meeting is June 18. Laura Hutchinson is in the Barre Hospital with a frac- tured hip, caused by a fail. Clifford and Esther French will be in Essex Junction Saturday and Sunday for an Antique Car Meet. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jay visited their granddaughters, Holly and Michelle, over the weekend on their way home to Bath Village There will be lots happening at the Bath Library this summer. Story and Fun hour will begin on Thursday, June 18th, Besides stories we will have films, games, crafts, singing, nature walks and a final party. All Bath children are invited. If you are in- terested please call Sue Picknell at 747-2625. Also at 6:30 Wednesday evenings beginning July 8th we will have a classic film series starting with two Charlie Chaplin movies. All are welcome. We have received our spring shipment of new books. Come in and browse. New Hours: Wed. 6-B p.m. Thurs. 10-12 noon. 1-5 p.m. Bath Village School The school's Spring Concert was held on Tuesday, May 26, Mrs. Percilla Ledwith con- ducted the concert with the American Heritage Theme. The Ist and 2nd raflprs PiermonV The regular meeting of the Women's Fellowship will be held June 11 at the home of Mrs. Edward French with Mrs. James French as assisting hostess. Paul Godzyk II and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lecesses and daughter Cheryl of Virginia Bedeil 439-5720 Maine. They had spent the winter in Milton, Fla. Michele Clough, ac- companied by her parents, Ralph and Hope. were weekend guests in Wakefield, Mass. She is a student at Barbizon Modeling School and was selected to attend the Miss Massachusetts Pageant. Top designers from Boston, New York and Italy were present, besides television personalities. Vermont and New Hampshire will be having their pageants within the next three weeks. Formic Young received word her brother James Melendy of Woodsville was in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Mattoon were in New Haven, Ind., recently for a visit with their son, Gordon. George and Mildred Gilson of Orange, Conn., spent the Memorial Day weekend with Clifford and Esther French. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Jay were in Carolina over the long Memorial weekend. Michele Jay of Lebanon and Holly Jay of Fairlce stayed with the Mitchell Jay children while they were gone. Milton and Virginia Bedell visited Bertha Braynard, a 92 year old friend at the Hanover Hospital, frequently. Susan Pickneil 747-2625 performed the heritage of work and play songs; the 3rd and 4th graders the heritage of the civil war and 5th and 6th fhe heritage of American songs. Their art work was displayed including a back- drop of a beautiful map of the U.S. by Heather Gibbons and Paul McDonald. Card Party There were 8 tables at the town hall Monday May 25th. Women's prizes: Bessy Anderson, 1st; Emily Metcalf, 2rid; Gladys Merrill, middle score. Men's prizes: Lloyd Ackerman, lst; Alfred Stevens, 2rid; George Ram- sdell, mid score; Special food prizes: Marie Poor and Mildred Bathes. Door prizes: Joyce Billy and Charles Billy. Lunch was served including dark bread sandwiches and tea and coffee. I lll I I II I I weekend from their California home. Two American Field Ser- vice students saw some 80 slides of the area at the home of Mrs. Eugene Robbins last week. From these they are selecting on loan any they wish to take with them. Sheryl Ober leaves for Colombia, South America, in June and Willimggon, Mass., spent the Federal Memorial Day weekend with their Uncle, Mark Rivers returns to his Robert Evans. Mr. and Mrs. home in New York State this Bruce Perkins also visited his week following his semester at parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Oxbow. Ms. COnnie Linnell, Perkins, from their home in AFS DiPector at Oxbow; Mrs. New York state. Ober, and a friend of Sheryl's, Mrs. Steven Ward and shared the viewing. daughter, Deanna have Seventy-six percent of Pier- returned to Norfolk, Va., after a month's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ellsworth. Mr. and Mrs. George Watrous have moved to Pownal, where they will be farming for themselves. Welcome home to the Paul Rogers from their winter home in West Palm Beach, Fla., and to the Misses Conoboy who arrived this W. Newbury- Dr. and Mrs. Paul Minear have returned from a trip to Evanston, I11. where Dr. Minear gave the com- mencement address at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary on the Northwestern University campus. He was also awarded for Catherine McGregor, Thousand Island trip,, a.osnd were 47 Elizabeth Heath, Margaret Isabel Clough showeo pietur guests at Ohlman, and Ethel Connors. she had taken. ley Two : were read by Jseph Bousquet introduced trtbutos ...... "achon the new Secretary Bedard for ttoger , . , _ ,.,,, - on county on e,.,, Memorial Da regardless of Graft .... :_ renlacing Y resentat,v,;, ,- - guest of when celebrated. A vote was rep -- _._._.._on- ,:^ r,;, Bertha taken on the on00ay trip town. Mt. Sunapee Fort No. 4 near ano. ,=o . , . _  __ on by E. Char Lake Win- variety ot ples, ann tJame ,D. Whit. leston, or .... -owed with double big. Possible after school. aKe wl.nn.,%_:,ra belned call uaycock nepesaukee as s_oon..as D.ay_, nn OarLoCk ancl -- " Wtnnepesaukee won big. Martin eu=,,,,,w - cards were signed Several told highlights of the numbers. mont's permanent' residents returned the questionnaire concerning the town distributed some months ago. Copies of tabulated results may be picked up at the library. Some results are most interesting: the two biggest concerns of the people are the rise in taxes and the decline of agricultural property. Come in Tuesday or Saturday and get your copy. I Woodsville were there for Sunday dinner. Miss Louise Marsh recently spent a couple of days at Camp Good Hope in Charleston, N.H. The Fellowship Women are on the last stages of the new cookbooks and have had many an honorary D.D. hours of work on it. Dr. Fritz Fahrni of Win- Mrs. Stanley Whitman terthur, Switzerland was a recently spent a few days in weekend guest at the home of Vernon, Vt.. to see her mother his wife's parents, Dr. and who hadrecenteyesurgery' Mrs. Paul Minear. Youth Sunday was observed Rev. and Mrs. John Marsh "May 24 with a wonderful and William have had a nice program put on by the trip to Areston, Va., to visit younger group and there arc Dwight Marsh and family, only 9 in this group. The older Mr. and Mrs. John Hill from young people-helped with the Islington, Mass., 'were with instrumental music and an- Mrs. Dorothy Stevens from nounced the numbers. Mrs. Friday to Sunday and Mr. and Donald Putnam was its Mrs. Lawrence Lane from reader. The whole program Hil'dab Bedard 838-67 Today there will be the usual free Blood Pressure Clinic in the morning; the Birthday luncheon at 12:30; and card games following. There are 11 celebrants: Ruth Berry, Lurline Drew, Edith Fox, Doris Judd, Kathleen Leach, Alice Mayhew, Lillian McBurney, Antoinette Moserve, Robert Meserve, Mary Stahlman, and Helen Wright. N N Marcella Hoffman Wentworth ,, ' - 7e4.57,5 The Baker River School is School. Music will be by the, cott of Laconia joined them Ry Nancy Perkins observing the end of the year Country Travelers.  tBunday. egate ,-,,, with a square and contra Randy Morrison is David Ports accompanied Reginald White wasinE. St. sale. Following the meeting dance Friday, June 5, at 8 recovering from an Mrs. Florence Ramsdell on a Johnsbury Thursday evening, refreshments were served by p.m. in Wentworth Town Hall. emergency appendectomy visit to her 91-year-old aunt in May 21, to attend a Farm Mrs. Arthur Whitehiil, Mrs. Closing exercises and performed Friday morning at Claremont, N.H. on Thursday. Bureau Trustees Meeting at William Nelson, and Mrs. graduation will take place at Sceva Speare Memorial in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carroli Eastman. the Baker River School on Plymouth. WaynePatenaude. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Saturday, June6, atga.m. All Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lamb Wtl.t Mrs: Jon Ojala and White and Rev. Marion arewelcome to both events, have returned after thewinter daughter Laurie from Jericho Hedding attended a meeting of If anyone would like to stay spent inFlorida. DRILLING were guests Sunday through Presbytery April 25 at overnight at the school On the Honor Roll at Tuesday, May 24-26, of Mr. Newburyport Presbyterian Friday, he should call 764- Plymouth Area High School and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and Church in Newbury, Mass. 9944. fer the third marking period ROTARY HAMMER daughter Marcy. Mr. White was elected Stated Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tilson are: Sheldon Bird, Michael La DRKLING. 20 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. William Clerk of Northern New had as house guests for the Ross, Kim Brown and Stephen Nelson, Grant, Hannah, England Presbytery. weekend Mrs. Tilson's parents Downing. DRIftING [XP|RIENCE Andrew, and Betsey hosted a Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mr. and Mrs. Halsie Bond of Graduation for the students COMPLEIE WATEI family barbecue Sunday, May McLure and granddaughter Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Mr. and of Wentworth Elementary SYSTEMS INSTALLED. 24, with guests Mr. and Mrs. Dawn, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mrs. Richard Paul of Nor- Schoolwill be June 16. ttoward Nelson and Mr. and McLure, Jeanette and Marie, thport, N.Y. The large town sign at the FOR RIft [$TIMT| Mrs. Fremont Nelson, Darcy, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mrs. Paul is Mrs. Tilson's crossroads, down for so long, CALL OR WRITE Matthew, and Ethan, in honor McLure, Kimberly and Jared sister; Mr. and Mrs. Robert is finally up and freshly of Mrs. Fremont Nelson's enjoyed a family picnic Kaufmaun of Maspeth, N.Y.; painted. birthday, together at Ticklenaked Pond Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kauf- There will be a food and The E Mrs. Robert Jackman and Sunday, May24. man, Jr. and family from rummage sale at St. John her brother Marshall Janet Urie of Craftsbury Patchogue, N.Y.; Mr. and VianneyChapelonSaturday, BENEDINI Dookham, both om Man- was a luncheon guest Mrs. William Phoel of Tom's June6. chester, Conn.= George Tuesday, April 28, of Mr. and River, N.H. and Karen Clyde Batchelder is at his Artesian Well Co. Dockham of Hamden, Conn., Mrs. Reginald White. Spinniy of Chelmsford, Mass. cottage on Pond Brook Road. and Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Walter The supervisors of the Mrs. Arthur Morrison has as B,,,'v,e O,,e Dockham and family of N. ttassenmayer, Douglas and checklist will meet June 16 guests this weekMr, and Mrs. R D Bo,,e. v, Haverhill, N.H., were callers David of Milford, Conn., were from 7-9 p.m. at Town Hall to Charles Blackwell and 476 4832 Sunday evening, May 24,. of at their vacation home on the register voters. Those that daughter Suzane of Bogalusa, their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Stone Road over the Memorial - voted in the last two elections La. Mrs. Blackwell is Mrs. 30 Y|R$ |XP|RI|NC| Reginald White. Day weekend. They called on do not have to come in. The Morrison's sister. Her Douglas Murray, Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ritchie, supervisors will meet also on brother, Griffin Tutle and son Welles, David Welles, Lloyd and Saturday evening, May June 27 from 4 to 6 p.m. in . Hobbs, Sheldon Vance, Daniel 23, the Ritchies were their Town Hall. Leonard, and Gene Perkins, guests for dinner at the Thelma Ramsdell of ! 24 HOUe EMERGENCy[ all members of the Volunteer Creamery Restaurant in Canaan, Vt., spent the Fire Department, attended Danville to celebrate Mrs. weekend with her mother,| MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE I the Fire School in Bradford Ritchie's and Mr. Hassen- Florence Ramsdell, Mr. and the weekend of May 23-24. mayer's birthdays. Mrs. Eugene Smith and son I ! Mrs. Elizabeth Cary from Callers Monday, May 11of Jason of Tilton joined theml o,.. t, ,.i,..,,, ! Needham,- Mass., called on Mrs. Edward Corliss and Mr. Saturday for dinner.  COUI 1 cousins in the community andMrs. Warren McLure and Meredith Champlin had her L_ FRE_ _ Sunday afternoon, May 24. family were their cousins Mr. mother as a guest this week. Mrs. Gene Perkins, with and Mrs. Dale Miller of The Baker River Mrs. Richard Vaughan of Clarinda, Iowa, and Mrs. Snowmobile Club will hold a Jefferson Hill, attended a Donald Miller of Bradford. dance on June 16 from 9 p.m. meeting of the Caledonia to 1 a.m. at the Wentworth County 4-H Foundation Trustees in St. Johnsbury Tuesday evening, May26. S, Ryegate , DorothyHomeister Gene Perkins was in Woodsville Wednesday Village Meeting Skowhegan, Me., called on evening, May 27, to attend the The S. Ryegate Lighting and his sister, Mrs. Norman Bone monthly meeting of the New Fire District met May 26 at Tuesday. III I [ " Hampshire-Vermont Mutual the Fire House. Richard Weekend guests of Mr. and Aid Fire Association. Fraser was elected Mrs. Gerald Beckley were his  , ( Mrs. Reginald White, with moderator; Margaret sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Frost and Mrs. Beckley, Village Clerk; Mrs. Roger Belanger, Por-  Jonathon Ruppert, both of S. Jonathan Ruppert, Treasurer, tland, Maine; Flora Larribee, Ryegate, attended a meeting Januette Drown, trustee for Manchester, N.H., and Mr. of the Presbyters of Nor- three years. Cindy Fraser was and Mrs. Richard Tappan and  A  W thern New England in Lon- elected auditor, to serve with children, also of Manchester donderry, N.H., Saturday, Winnie Frost and Margaret N.H. __ ARTESIAN WELL CO. May 2. They each were in- Davidson continues as tax Mr. and Mrs. Georg( ince 1930 stalled as officers of the collector. Barbara Ruppert Davison and daughter Kim- Presbytery: Mrs. White as and Giovanni Zampieri berly, E. Waipole, Mass. and 1[][ I, lllUt# , 14100l-1115"$112 Treasurer for three years, continue astrustees. Mrs. Robert Miller, Wood- Mrs. Frost as auditor for two Mr. and Mrs. Michael sville, called on her sister,  years, and Mrs. Ruppert as Welch, Bradley, Maine, spent Miss Pearl Grant, Sunda. chairman. ot .the Finance the weekend with their Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hermann Comrrdtteeerfor two years, parents, Mr. and Mrs, and Mrs. Richard Morisseau, Mrs. James Kinerson has also Richard Welch, and Mr. and Barre, and Mr. and Mrs. been elected to serve . as Mrs. Dean Page, Groton. Winston Brown, Danville, auditor for a three year term. Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan called on Mrs. Louis Gandin EIITEll IIATIIII, lllg. Marjorie Wilcox, Women's Ruppert entertained at dinner Sunday. Activities Chairman for Blue Sunday for Perley Sidney and Mrs. Bingham Peach,   [111'  Mountain Grange, requests friend, Quincy, Mass.; Marian Newbury Center. and her that anyone with old Howlette, friend and children, daughter. Mrs. Betty eyeglasses, old wristwatch Bristol, N.H.: Mr. and Mrs. Allebach, Cambridge, Mass. batteries, old camera bat- Roger Belanger. Portland, called on Mrs. Wilbur McLam CALL teries, or old hearing aids, Maine and relatives from Monday. turn them in to her to be town. The Rev. Marion Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant Mrs. Waiter Shaw recycled for "Eyes for the Redding. Ryegate Corner, spent several days with Mr. Needy" and hearing aids for was a supper guest Thursday and Mrs. Richard Thayer and 74' needy people. The Grange evening, daughter, in Readsfield, does not receive money for Weekend guests of Mrs. Maine. these, but does receive credit Angelo Roas were her brother Mrs. Ray Frost spent three f{ ' TAYLOI PALMER AelENC S INC.  toward fulfilling the Home and wife, Mr. and Mrs. days with her sister and 1 o y Economies requirement for Gordon McIver. South Hadley, husband, Mr. and Mrs. George theyear. Mass. Saturday callers were Cameron, Barre. k- =---_ Illldllll:-rH-|HA MJll[ IJ:il The Ryegate Corner United Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ameii, Mrs. Douglas Fisher, Karen Presbyterian Women held Chicopee. Mass. and Mark, Montpelier, were /.-----"---= .... . 8ERVICE |le lag# , their monthly meeting Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Smith dinner guests of her mother, : ""'--- " 1 Thursday evening, May 21. at and Miss Adeline Smith. Mrs. Harry Homeister. - ...... Eastman with 20present. Mrs Blackburn. Plainfield, were in pellet was a guest Sunday of Walter Main and Mrs. Gone town Saturday, calling on Mr. and Mrs. Severino lit ..... . I'adfocd, Vt. ll Perkins led the program on friend and attended the Zambon. IIl00g 9AM 5PM i,m-l==,=n / the Book of Isaiah. President chicken supper that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Giroux Arlene Eastman conducted Mr. Eugene Chiaradia, thee Lillian Ralston) the business meeting. Among Louisville. Ky., called on Mr. Bellmawr. N.J. have moved $M=ll,4,,,e,4,e,l,4lO,p,44pp the matters discussed werean and Mrs. Gustavus Rabaioli into their new mobile home upcoming fond sale schdduled Saturday, and visited east of the village, on Rt. 302. fr June 13 at Pleasant Valley relatives in Woodsville' NH"  Pemonalized Gift Ideas Campground and a handmade Mr. Walter Edwards, quilt, which will be offered for, [SON ARRIVES .Bertha Carleton Mr. and Mrs. Guy For the Graduatd i DiFrancesco of Thetford are 429-3a6S the parents of a baby son, showed a great deal of work Mr. and Mrs. Donald and thought put into it by the Carleton are rejoicing on the Timothy Patch, bern May 11 teachers. No more Sunday birth of a daughter Betsey at Mary Hitchcock Memorial school until fall. Harold Lynn, who weighed 4 pounds Hospital. AMAZING INITIAL Carleton receiveda nice Bible 13 ounces. She was born May with his name on the cover. 24. REVERSIBLE BELT Let's hope more will receive At this writing Mrs. Horace BITS OF INFORMATION Bibles next year. Each child Whitman is in St. Johnsburyat It takes twelve hours for was so happy to receive a the N ortheaStand Regional cream to rise to the top of  , ,ili. ,:.-": "j.,;,/;'.; poltedplanttotakehome, ttospitai where she has been freshmilk.  *.;;.. - i for treatments surgery. . ):t(;,f - = ./"." Corinth ,', ' , ti West Corinth was teeming visit and to look in on four of school against unbelievable a,Z..7,.,: ,.;..':' ,,- with activity over the their con's which the Lear- odds, ..: .... Memorial Day Weekend. It month's arc keeping. Said Katie Kramer. "we've Suzi Learmonth rammed her been using their spare time to Raffael Benazzi and Alfons car into the guy wire of an begin their legendary garden. Schilling, two renowned Swiss electric pole. The only which is rumored to produce artists, visited Friederich damage caused was to three-pound tomatoes by June Gross at the Ding Dong house Eleanor Burroughs' electric t for a weekend of relaxation. connection, which was popped The Clogston's had a lawn They spent much of their ONE SIZE FITS ALL! THE GIFT off the side of her house. The sale Saturday and Sunday, the weekend strolling about town THAIT'S RIGHT FOB Uv'FY vent served as an eeeasion first of the year in this sleepy in the Swiss fashion with their for neighbors in the area to hamlet, hands behind their backs. WOMAN. come out on the road and talk Helen and Eddie Perdue Friederich Gross got his two with one another, so as bne bought a large steer which geese back from Sonny passer-by said. "all was not they will graze in their back Johnson who had been caring AljustS tO WOt$I SIZe 36 ... orlcI reverses |tom lost.'" field until fall. They have also for them for the winter. The Jrgury to block. All leother with hot inltiol John and Doris Klein have been preparing a garden, geese had been sitting on a been working hard in their The Threshold fnstitute, a dozen rotten eggs for weeks, a OI1 the bueklel gar&,n and Lyle Sbepperson, non-political philosophical and fact Friederich discovered to who graduated from Vermont philanthropic organization his profound chagrin when one b ''@Ps Law School Saturday, bought founded by Corky Kramer and of the eggs dropped and broke /ig 2(10 feet of sheep fence for his daughter Katie of April Fool near his foot. own garden. Farm, awarded its first ever Charlie Carleton came up Irish and Agnes Carrier distinguished service cer- for the weekend with relatives {JI PAW ! M. N T , ! O11! walked up the hill to the tificates to Tom Watkin and from itaverhiil and mowed his (-),.,N |%I|Y " @ Learmonthresidenceaflerthe Lyly Shepperson for lawn. ' " ' ' ' guy wire incident for a social managing to complete law  June 3, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 lewbu00 Fellowship Atkinson residence afternoon. About 14 losing sleep over the question program on of on which Memorial Day to which was to have lower the flag to half staff. He ) Tom Estill from finally decided to compromise materialize, and display it at half staff for 2 hour and sherbet hours on May 25 and for 2 joyed, hours on the 30th. He grum- Roger Scott is a bled, of course, at the extra patient at Cottage work involved. Ray Donaldson broke his and Charlie Cole ankle last week and is having to the Veterans' a holiday from farm spring in White River work. where he had a Mr. and Mrs. Evan Gelo stayed at Sleepers Meadow Putnam, Alma Saturday night. They had and Isabel Whitney come from Hingham, Mass., postal meeting at to attend his 35th reunion at River Sectional Bradford Academy. Isabel Whitney 8E6-5676 Center Thursday. Bradford 007 Sylvester had been ,hill Katharine Blaisdell 787-6315 tthy is extendec/to Jenner Whitman of Santa of Linwood Rosa, Calif., spent a few days with the Wardrops. They all Keith's hand, which attended Johnnie's graduation cut recently, was from the University of New along pretty until it Hampshire. again while Guests of Laurence and They think it Eola Smith over the weekend ;-along all right if of the 23rd were Coin's sister but it is hard and brother-in-law, Mr. and while getting Mrs. John Goodwin of Weirs onafarm. Beach, N.H., and Natalie also Howard McDuffee of West Roxbury, Ted Langhave all Mass. All are alumni of released by Bradford Academy, and at- in Rochester, tended the B. A. Alumni They were Reunion Saturday night. It on May 14 and found was Coin's and Natalie's fifty- lSth. Sounds like first reunion. are the way to travel! Guests of Florence Clough and Mary Ann for the weekend were Mr. and traveled to New Mrs. Richard Clough and :atch Peg showing daughters and Mr. and Mrs. and her friend Keith Belyea and sons of formerly of Concord, also Mrs. Helen showing her pony McQuestin of 1 -'"" All Peg got a second attended a me1 a sixth in Welsh for Mrs. Clara G ,n At the same on Saturday mor showed his Bessie And, was Hay Look Me hostess for the VI .,rd party. second in Fine Lillian Dunkley won first third in the place, Polly Smith was second, and Edith Lamarre brother held low score Lamar and of Stella Knapp Ih, , , 439-5762 Mrs. Harold Saturday all attended the Arden, N.C., Stromme - Farnham wedding area the May 23 in Williamstown and the and attended church reception in Barre. Also at- The Rev. tending from this area was lived in Corinth another brother of Mrs. 'Years and served as Knapp's, Stanley Farnham of Pastor here for Fairlee. before the Thomas Saylos Jr. of White came a Summit, N.J. was at his home on Page HiU last weekend Fehrs and her attended church here Sunday. law, Mrs. Ann May 23 weekend guests of of Armonk, N.Y. Mrs. John Williams were Mr. 20 to visit her and Mrs. Glen Erwin of L.M. Jackman, Bomoseen, Vt., and her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harold of Mr. and Blaisdell of Pittsford, Vt. All were Mr. attended the Bradford Hunting of Academy Alumni Banquet Mass. The Hun- Saturday evening where residents in Blaisdell and Erwin, mem- bers of the class of 1931, were guests of Mr. and celebrating their 50th reunion. Lamb were Sunday callers at the home and Mrs. Robert of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Knapp Conn. were Mr. and Mrs. Roland Russell Eastman of W. Fairlee. Mrs. E. Hartford, Eastman is the former and Mrs. Ed Blanche Templeton who lived estmorland, N.H., with her father in the house guests of their where Frank and Edith att Knapp. On Emerson now live. Mrs. Esther Johnson !  i 333-9704 who has Vermont. Michael Hayward, at the Mary son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred )ital in Hayward, III, from Oxbow; is now David Smith, son of Mr. and at his home Mrs. Lewis Smith, from Oxbow, and will be going to s. John Ward, Wyoming Tech., in Laramie, Londonderry, Wyoming. Peter Durgin, son ing Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice r. Durgin,. from the Thompson Fairlee who School of Applied Science, of spring the University of New son of Hampshire at Durham, N.H. Flanders, Congratulations to these ain College, young folks! Flandershas Rural Life Sunday was at the celebrated at the Federated Innin Church, May 24, with the Ward, son congregation bringing antique from artifacts to church and after Mary the service everyone gathered Irene in front of the church and the ma Thetford children, aided by adults, Laura planted flower seeds and Mr. and plants in front of the church. from The sermon, Bible readings, Miss and hymns all focused on the O'Brien rural life. %of in . Miss Louise Barnes, pringfield, and Robert Barnes, of Montpelier, visited from Oxbow, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolles, College, Sunday, June 24. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Gallup and Mrs. and Mrs. Karl Johnson visited Oxbow Henning Johnson in East , of Orange, Sunday. The Orange East Senior Citizen Club met May 21 at Oxbow, where 25 sat down to a potluck dinner. A successful meeting was held following the meal with 19 present. Officers are President, Marie Cavalier: 1st Vice President Doris Cummings; 2nd Vice President, Dorothy Millis; Secretary, Madeline Slack; Treasurer, Dorothy Lapierre; Chaplain, Martha Sagnet; Sunshine, Bernice Hamlin. Program for the year will include a spring trip to Harts Turkey Farm, Lake Win- nipesaukee; a fall trip to be decided later; a raffle with a poncho afghan, pillow and 2 sets of placemats, all donated by members and hand-made, to be raffled; an auction; fishing trip; silent auction; Christmas sale; a trip to Randolph, St. Johnsbury and White River Jet. to meal sites and on June 6 a food sale at P&C and Gould's Store. Next meeting is June 18. Laura Hutchinson is in the Barre Hospital with a frac- tured hip, caused by a fail. Clifford and Esther French will be in Essex Junction Saturday and Sunday for an Antique Car Meet. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jay visited their granddaughters, Holly and Michelle, over the weekend on their way home to Bath Village There will be lots happening at the Bath Library this summer. Story and Fun hour will begin on Thursday, June 18th, Besides stories we will have films, games, crafts, singing, nature walks and a final party. All Bath children are invited. If you are in- terested please call Sue Picknell at 747-2625. Also at 6:30 Wednesday evenings beginning July 8th we will have a classic film series starting with two Charlie Chaplin movies. All are welcome. We have received our spring shipment of new books. Come in and browse. New Hours: Wed. 6-B p.m. Thurs. 10-12 noon. 1-5 p.m. Bath Village School The school's Spring Concert was held on Tuesday, May 26, Mrs. Percilla Ledwith con- ducted the concert with the American Heritage Theme. The Ist and 2nd raflprs PiermonV The regular meeting of the Women's Fellowship will be held June 11 at the home of Mrs. Edward French with Mrs. James French as assisting hostess. Paul Godzyk II and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lecesses and daughter Cheryl of Virginia Bedeil 439-5720 Maine. They had spent the winter in Milton, Fla. Michele Clough, ac- companied by her parents, Ralph and Hope. were weekend guests in Wakefield, Mass. She is a student at Barbizon Modeling School and was selected to attend the Miss Massachusetts Pageant. Top designers from Boston, New York and Italy were present, besides television personalities. Vermont and New Hampshire will be having their pageants within the next three weeks. Formic Young received word her brother James Melendy of Woodsville was in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Mattoon were in New Haven, Ind., recently for a visit with their son, Gordon. George and Mildred Gilson of Orange, Conn., spent the Memorial Day weekend with Clifford and Esther French. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Jay were in Carolina over the long Memorial weekend. Michele Jay of Lebanon and Holly Jay of Fairlce stayed with the Mitchell Jay children while they were gone. Milton and Virginia Bedell visited Bertha Braynard, a 92 year old friend at the Hanover Hospital, frequently. Susan Pickneil 747-2625 performed the heritage of work and play songs; the 3rd and 4th graders the heritage of the civil war and 5th and 6th fhe heritage of American songs. Their art work was displayed including a back- drop of a beautiful map of the U.S. by Heather Gibbons and Paul McDonald. Card Party There were 8 tables at the town hall Monday May 25th. Women's prizes: Bessy Anderson, 1st; Emily Metcalf, 2rid; Gladys Merrill, middle score. Men's prizes: Lloyd Ackerman, lst; Alfred Stevens, 2rid; George Ram- sdell, mid score; Special food prizes: Marie Poor and Mildred Bathes. Door prizes: Joyce Billy and Charles Billy. Lunch was served including dark bread sandwiches and tea and coffee. I lll I I II I I weekend from their California home. Two American Field Ser- vice students saw some 80 slides of the area at the home of Mrs. Eugene Robbins last week. From these they are selecting on loan any they wish to take with them. Sheryl Ober leaves for Colombia, South America, in June and Willimggon, Mass., spent the Federal Memorial Day weekend with their Uncle, Mark Rivers returns to his Robert Evans. Mr. and Mrs. home in New York State this Bruce Perkins also visited his week following his semester at parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Oxbow. Ms. COnnie Linnell, Perkins, from their home in AFS DiPector at Oxbow; Mrs. New York state. Ober, and a friend of Sheryl's, Mrs. Steven Ward and shared the viewing. daughter, Deanna have Seventy-six percent of Pier- returned to Norfolk, Va., after a month's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ellsworth. Mr. and Mrs. George Watrous have moved to Pownal, where they will be farming for themselves. Welcome home to the Paul Rogers from their winter home in West Palm Beach, Fla., and to the Misses Conoboy who arrived this W. Newbury- Dr. and Mrs. Paul Minear have returned from a trip to Evanston, I11. where Dr. Minear gave the com- mencement address at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary on the Northwestern University campus. He was also awarded for Catherine McGregor, Thousand Island trip,, a.osnd were 47 Elizabeth Heath, Margaret Isabel Clough showeo pietur guests at Ohlman, and Ethel Connors. she had taken. ley Two : were read by Jseph Bousquet introduced trtbutos ...... "achon the new Secretary Bedard for ttoger , . , _ ,.,,, - on county on e,.,, Memorial Da regardless of Graft .... :_ renlacing Y resentat,v,;, ,- - guest of when celebrated. A vote was rep -- _._._.._on- ,:^ r,;, Bertha taken on the on00ay trip town. Mt. Sunapee Fort No. 4 near ano. ,=o . , . _  __ on by E. Char Lake Win- variety ot ples, ann tJame ,D. Whit. leston, or .... -owed with double big. Possible after school. aKe wl.nn.,%_:,ra belned call uaycock nepesaukee as s_oon..as D.ay_, nn OarLoCk ancl -- " Wtnnepesaukee won big. Martin eu=,,,,,w - cards were signed Several told highlights of the numbers. mont's permanent' residents returned the questionnaire concerning the town distributed some months ago. Copies of tabulated results may be picked up at the library. Some results are most interesting: the two biggest concerns of the people are the rise in taxes and the decline of agricultural property. Come in Tuesday or Saturday and get your copy. I Woodsville were there for Sunday dinner. Miss Louise Marsh recently spent a couple of days at Camp Good Hope in Charleston, N.H. The Fellowship Women are on the last stages of the new cookbooks and have had many an honorary D.D. hours of work on it. Dr. Fritz Fahrni of Win- Mrs. Stanley Whitman terthur, Switzerland was a recently spent a few days in weekend guest at the home of Vernon, Vt.. to see her mother his wife's parents, Dr. and who hadrecenteyesurgery' Mrs. Paul Minear. Youth Sunday was observed Rev. and Mrs. John Marsh "May 24 with a wonderful and William have had a nice program put on by the trip to Areston, Va., to visit younger group and there arc Dwight Marsh and family, only 9 in this group. The older Mr. and Mrs. John Hill from young people-helped with the Islington, Mass., 'were with instrumental music and an- Mrs. Dorothy Stevens from nounced the numbers. Mrs. Friday to Sunday and Mr. and Donald Putnam was its Mrs. Lawrence Lane from reader. The whole program Hil'dab Bedard 838-67 Today there will be the usual free Blood Pressure Clinic in the morning; the Birthday luncheon at 12:30; and card games following. There are 11 celebrants: Ruth Berry, Lurline Drew, Edith Fox, Doris Judd, Kathleen Leach, Alice Mayhew, Lillian McBurney, Antoinette Moserve, Robert Meserve, Mary Stahlman, and Helen Wright. N N Marcella Hoffman Wentworth ,, ' - 7e4.57,5 The Baker River School is School. Music will be by the, cott of Laconia joined them Ry Nancy Perkins observing the end of the year Country Travelers.  tBunday. egate ,-,,, with a square and contra Randy Morrison is David Ports accompanied Reginald White wasinE. St. sale. Following the meeting dance Friday, June 5, at 8 recovering from an Mrs. Florence Ramsdell on a Johnsbury Thursday evening, refreshments were served by p.m. in Wentworth Town Hall. emergency appendectomy visit to her 91-year-old aunt in May 21, to attend a Farm Mrs. Arthur Whitehiil, Mrs. Closing exercises and performed Friday morning at Claremont, N.H. on Thursday. Bureau Trustees Meeting at William Nelson, and Mrs. graduation will take place at Sceva Speare Memorial in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carroli Eastman. the Baker River School on Plymouth. WaynePatenaude. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Saturday, June6, atga.m. All Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lamb Wtl.t Mrs: Jon Ojala and White and Rev. Marion arewelcome to both events, have returned after thewinter daughter Laurie from Jericho Hedding attended a meeting of If anyone would like to stay spent inFlorida. DRILLING were guests Sunday through Presbytery April 25 at overnight at the school On the Honor Roll at Tuesday, May 24-26, of Mr. Newburyport Presbyterian Friday, he should call 764- Plymouth Area High School and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and Church in Newbury, Mass. 9944. fer the third marking period ROTARY HAMMER daughter Marcy. Mr. White was elected Stated Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tilson are: Sheldon Bird, Michael La DRKLING. 20 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. William Clerk of Northern New had as house guests for the Ross, Kim Brown and Stephen Nelson, Grant, Hannah, England Presbytery. weekend Mrs. Tilson's parents Downing. DRIftING [XP|RIENCE Andrew, and Betsey hosted a Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mr. and Mrs. Halsie Bond of Graduation for the students COMPLEIE WATEI family barbecue Sunday, May McLure and granddaughter Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Mr. and of Wentworth Elementary SYSTEMS INSTALLED. 24, with guests Mr. and Mrs. Dawn, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mrs. Richard Paul of Nor- Schoolwill be June 16. ttoward Nelson and Mr. and McLure, Jeanette and Marie, thport, N.Y. The large town sign at the FOR RIft [$TIMT| Mrs. Fremont Nelson, Darcy, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mrs. Paul is Mrs. Tilson's crossroads, down for so long, CALL OR WRITE Matthew, and Ethan, in honor McLure, Kimberly and Jared sister; Mr. and Mrs. Robert is finally up and freshly of Mrs. Fremont Nelson's enjoyed a family picnic Kaufmaun of Maspeth, N.Y.; painted. birthday, together at Ticklenaked Pond Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kauf- There will be a food and The E Mrs. Robert Jackman and Sunday, May24. man, Jr. and family from rummage sale at St. John her brother Marshall Janet Urie of Craftsbury Patchogue, N.Y.; Mr. and VianneyChapelonSaturday, BENEDINI Dookham, both om Man- was a luncheon guest Mrs. William Phoel of Tom's June6. chester, Conn.= George Tuesday, April 28, of Mr. and River, N.H. and Karen Clyde Batchelder is at his Artesian Well Co. Dockham of Hamden, Conn., Mrs. Reginald White. Spinniy of Chelmsford, Mass. cottage on Pond Brook Road. and Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Walter The supervisors of the Mrs. Arthur Morrison has as B,,,'v,e O,,e Dockham and family of N. ttassenmayer, Douglas and checklist will meet June 16 guests this weekMr, and Mrs. R D Bo,,e. v, Haverhill, N.H., were callers David of Milford, Conn., were from 7-9 p.m. at Town Hall to Charles Blackwell and 476 4832 Sunday evening, May 24,. of at their vacation home on the register voters. Those that daughter Suzane of Bogalusa, their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Stone Road over the Memorial - voted in the last two elections La. Mrs. Blackwell is Mrs. 30 Y|R$ |XP|RI|NC| Reginald White. Day weekend. They called on do not have to come in. The Morrison's sister. Her Douglas Murray, Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ritchie, supervisors will meet also on brother, Griffin Tutle and son Welles, David Welles, Lloyd and Saturday evening, May June 27 from 4 to 6 p.m. in . Hobbs, Sheldon Vance, Daniel 23, the Ritchies were their Town Hall. Leonard, and Gene Perkins, guests for dinner at the Thelma Ramsdell of ! 24 HOUe EMERGENCy[ all members of the Volunteer Creamery Restaurant in Canaan, Vt., spent the Fire Department, attended Danville to celebrate Mrs. weekend with her mother,| MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE I the Fire School in Bradford Ritchie's and Mr. Hassen- Florence Ramsdell, Mr. and the weekend of May 23-24. mayer's birthdays. Mrs. Eugene Smith and son I ! Mrs. Elizabeth Cary from Callers Monday, May 11of Jason of Tilton joined theml o,.. t, ,.i,..,,, ! Needham,- Mass., called on Mrs. Edward Corliss and Mr. Saturday for dinner.  COUI 1 cousins in the community andMrs. Warren McLure and Meredith Champlin had her L_ FRE_ _ Sunday afternoon, May 24. family were their cousins Mr. mother as a guest this week. Mrs. Gene Perkins, with and Mrs. Dale Miller of The Baker River Mrs. Richard Vaughan of Clarinda, Iowa, and Mrs. Snowmobile Club will hold a Jefferson Hill, attended a Donald Miller of Bradford. dance on June 16 from 9 p.m. meeting of the Caledonia to 1 a.m. at the Wentworth County 4-H Foundation Trustees in St. Johnsbury Tuesday evening, May26. S, Ryegate , DorothyHomeister Gene Perkins was in Woodsville Wednesday Village Meeting Skowhegan, Me., called on evening, May 27, to attend the The S. Ryegate Lighting and his sister, Mrs. Norman Bone monthly meeting of the New Fire District met May 26 at Tuesday. III I [ " Hampshire-Vermont Mutual the Fire House. Richard Weekend guests of Mr. and Aid Fire Association. Fraser was elected Mrs. Gerald Beckley were his  , ( Mrs. Reginald White, with moderator; Margaret sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Frost and Mrs. Beckley, Village Clerk; Mrs. Roger Belanger, Por-  Jonathon Ruppert, both of S. Jonathan Ruppert, Treasurer, tland, Maine; Flora Larribee, Ryegate, attended a meeting Januette Drown, trustee for Manchester, N.H., and Mr. of the Presbyters of Nor- three years. Cindy Fraser was and Mrs. Richard Tappan and  A  W thern New England in Lon- elected auditor, to serve with children, also of Manchester donderry, N.H., Saturday, Winnie Frost and Margaret N.H. __ ARTESIAN WELL CO. May 2. They each were in- Davidson continues as tax Mr. and Mrs. Georg( ince 1930 stalled as officers of the collector. Barbara Ruppert Davison and daughter Kim- Presbytery: Mrs. White as and Giovanni Zampieri berly, E. Waipole, Mass. and 1[][ I, lllUt# , 14100l-1115"$112 Treasurer for three years, continue astrustees. Mrs. Robert Miller, Wood- Mrs. Frost as auditor for two Mr. and Mrs. Michael sville, called on her sister,  years, and Mrs. Ruppert as Welch, Bradley, Maine, spent Miss Pearl Grant, Sunda. chairman. ot .the Finance the weekend with their Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hermann Comrrdtteeerfor two years, parents, Mr. and Mrs, and Mrs. Richard Morisseau, Mrs. James Kinerson has also Richard Welch, and Mr. and Barre, and Mr. and Mrs. been elected to serve . as Mrs. Dean Page, Groton. Winston Brown, Danville, auditor for a three year term. Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan called on Mrs. Louis Gandin EIITEll IIATIIII, lllg. Marjorie Wilcox, Women's Ruppert entertained at dinner Sunday. Activities Chairman for Blue Sunday for Perley Sidney and Mrs. Bingham Peach,   [111'  Mountain Grange, requests friend, Quincy, Mass.; Marian Newbury Center. and her that anyone with old Howlette, friend and children, daughter. Mrs. Betty eyeglasses, old wristwatch Bristol, N.H.: Mr. and Mrs. Allebach, Cambridge, Mass. batteries, old camera bat- Roger Belanger. Portland, called on Mrs. Wilbur McLam CALL teries, or old hearing aids, Maine and relatives from Monday. turn them in to her to be town. The Rev. Marion Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant Mrs. Waiter Shaw recycled for "Eyes for the Redding. Ryegate Corner, spent several days with Mr. Needy" and hearing aids for was a supper guest Thursday and Mrs. Richard Thayer and 74' needy people. The Grange evening, daughter, in Readsfield, does not receive money for Weekend guests of Mrs. Maine. these, but does receive credit Angelo Roas were her brother Mrs. Ray Frost spent three f{ ' TAYLOI PALMER AelENC S INC.  toward fulfilling the Home and wife, Mr. and Mrs. days with her sister and 1 o y Economies requirement for Gordon McIver. South Hadley, husband, Mr. and Mrs. George theyear. Mass. Saturday callers were Cameron, Barre. k- =---_ Illldllll:-rH-|HA MJll[ IJ:il The Ryegate Corner United Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ameii, Mrs. Douglas Fisher, Karen Presbyterian Women held Chicopee. Mass. and Mark, Montpelier, were /.-----"---= .... . 8ERVICE |le lag# , their monthly meeting Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Smith dinner guests of her mother, : ""'--- " 1 Thursday evening, May 21. at and Miss Adeline Smith. Mrs. Harry Homeister. - ...... Eastman with 20present. Mrs Blackburn. Plainfield, were in pellet was a guest Sunday of Walter Main and Mrs. Gone town Saturday, calling on Mr. and Mrs. Severino lit ..... . I'adfocd, Vt. ll Perkins led the program on friend and attended the Zambon. IIl00g 9AM 5PM i,m-l==,=n / the Book of Isaiah. President chicken supper that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Giroux Arlene Eastman conducted Mr. Eugene Chiaradia, thee Lillian Ralston) the business meeting. Among Louisville. Ky., called on Mr. Bellmawr. N.J. have moved $M=ll,4,,,e,4,e,l,4lO,p,44pp the matters discussed werean and Mrs. Gustavus Rabaioli into their new mobile home upcoming fond sale schdduled Saturday, and visited east of the village, on Rt. 302. fr June 13 at Pleasant Valley relatives in Woodsville' NH"  Pemonalized Gift Ideas Campground and a handmade Mr. Walter Edwards, quilt, which will be offered for, [SON ARRIVES .Bertha Carleton Mr. and Mrs. Guy For the Graduatd i DiFrancesco of Thetford are 429-3a6S the parents of a baby son, showed a great deal of work Mr. and Mrs. Donald and thought put into it by the Carleton are rejoicing on the Timothy Patch, bern May 11 teachers. No more Sunday birth of a daughter Betsey at Mary Hitchcock Memorial school until fall. Harold Lynn, who weighed 4 pounds Hospital. AMAZING INITIAL Carleton receiveda nice Bible 13 ounces. She was born May with his name on the cover. 24. REVERSIBLE BELT Let's hope more will receive At this writing Mrs. Horace BITS OF INFORMATION Bibles next year. Each child Whitman is in St. Johnsburyat It takes twelve hours for was so happy to receive a the N ortheaStand Regional cream to rise to the top of  , ,ili. ,:.-": "j.,;,/;'.; poltedplanttotakehome, ttospitai where she has been freshmilk.  *.;;.. - i for treatments surgery. . ):t(;,f - = ./"." Corinth ,', ' , ti West Corinth was teeming visit and to look in on four of school against unbelievable a,Z..7,.,: ,.;..':' ,,- with activity over the their con's which the Lear- odds, ..: .... Memorial Day Weekend. It month's arc keeping. Said Katie Kramer. "we've Suzi Learmonth rammed her been using their spare time to Raffael Benazzi and Alfons car into the guy wire of an begin their legendary garden. Schilling, two renowned Swiss electric pole. The only which is rumored to produce artists, visited Friederich damage caused was to three-pound tomatoes by June Gross at the Ding Dong house Eleanor Burroughs' electric t for a weekend of relaxation. connection, which was popped The Clogston's had a lawn They spent much of their ONE SIZE FITS ALL! THE GIFT off the side of her house. The sale Saturday and Sunday, the weekend strolling about town THAIT'S RIGHT FOB Uv'FY vent served as an eeeasion first of the year in this sleepy in the Swiss fashion with their for neighbors in the area to hamlet, hands behind their backs. WOMAN. come out on the road and talk Helen and Eddie Perdue Friederich Gross got his two with one another, so as bne bought a large steer which geese back from Sonny passer-by said. "all was not they will graze in their back Johnson who had been caring AljustS tO WOt$I SIZe 36 ... orlcI reverses |tom lost.'" field until fall. They have also for them for the winter. The Jrgury to block. All leother with hot inltiol John and Doris Klein have been preparing a garden, geese had been sitting on a been working hard in their The Threshold fnstitute, a dozen rotten eggs for weeks, a OI1 the bueklel gar&,n and Lyle Sbepperson, non-political philosophical and fact Friederich discovered to who graduated from Vermont philanthropic organization his profound chagrin when one b ''@Ps Law School Saturday, bought founded by Corky Kramer and of the eggs dropped and broke /ig 2(10 feet of sheep fence for his daughter Katie of April Fool near his foot. own garden. Farm, awarded its first ever Charlie Carleton came up Irish and Agnes Carrier distinguished service cer- for the weekend with relatives {JI PAW ! M. N T , ! O11! walked up the hill to the tificates to Tom Watkin and from itaverhiil and mowed his (-),.,N |%I|Y " @ Learmonthresidenceaflerthe Lyly Shepperson for lawn. ' " ' ' ' guy wire incident for a social managing to complete law