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................. -Page 6-The Journal Opinion-June 9, 1982 Barbara Sumner W. FAL " /i I I " 333 .4477 b If The annual meeting of the Clerk-Secretary; Fred Cook-- If we live as though our only West Fairlee Center Treasurer; Pulpit Committee care Congregational Church was -- Virginia Southworth, Is someone eisc's smile, held on Thursday evening, Marjorie Graves and Doris If we take the time to right a June 3 at the church. Honig; Publicity -- Rick wrong Maurice Eaton was elected Eaton; Music -- Henry Though it slows us down a moderator. The reports of Graves and Ruth Southworth; w. NEWm rW/ ertha Carleton' 429-3868 Mrs. Robert White, a former resident here, is now at the Hilltop House in Brattleboro and can look out on to the Connecticut River and wish while, If we put a little kindness Into everything we do, Our lives would be much richer And the lives we touch would, too. Then the passing years would cheer us Knowing what we'd left behind. And we'd welcome each tomorrow And the new Joys we would find. . Unknown (contributed by Carrie Glheau) W. Falrlee News The Pattons were visited by an old family friend last weekend, Captain Peter MuCCipolice Department.Of the AtlantiCDori s wasCity regaled over dinner with stories about the changes in the Casino City since her early years, and iustructed in some of the finer points of self defense with the Kubotan, a martial arts weapon, now in use there. Then after claiming a portrait of his prize beagle, the first of a four part series he has commissioned Doffs to paint'fo r Taffytown. Captain MucciAfte r adepartedlapse of 35 years, it was a very pleasant reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Jon Sanborn withMass .,and Marc,theirwereChildren'ofguestsNorthamptOn,of Margie Charity and Henry Graves, at their summerover the bomeMemorialin Bearweekend.N°tch' Mrs. Sanborn will be remembered as Jo-Ann Barker. One day last week, Irene Doyle visited one of her many friends, Marjorie Brown of Chelsea, who is now a patient in MHM Hospital in Hanover. Awards Banquet Several from West Fairleo attended the Vershire Christian Academy's Awards Banquet and the most ex- cellent program, psesented by the Christian School last Friday night: Joan Blandin, with the girls Carmen and Kessten, son Donovan and friend Melanie, also Marilyn O'Grady and her mother Jnsie Goode were at the Bill Doyles' on Sunday, May 30. This was a dinner party to celebrate Carmen's 14th birthday which was on Monday. Pam and Jamie Burt, of Orange, Vt., were Saturday afternoon callers at the parsonage and the Sumner house while on their way home from a visit to family mem- bers in southern New Ham- pshire. Last Friday was a pleasant day for Anna Fisher and Barb Sumner. A sunny day for a jaunt with lunch at Jesse's officers were read and ac- cepted. A lengthy discussion was held concerning the Margaret Eaton Scholarship Fund, hopefully to be started in 193, to he given to the most deserving person from W. Fairlee graduating from high school and furthering his or her education. Dorothy Cook, Betty Bates and Fred Cook were elected to the Scholar- ship Committee for 1983. Oer officers and com- mittee members were elected as follows; Betty Bates -- Flowers -- Ruth Southworth; Grounds Keepers -- Alfred and Barbara Slack; Repair Committee -- Bob Adams, Buster Bates, Carl and Fred Cook, Maurice and Rick Eaton, Alfred Slack and George Wehrman. There are to he seven Sunday evening services held this summer starting on July 11at 7:00 p.m. There will be further news items concerning the ministers who will fill the pulpit each Sunday evening. she could go out andq3addle a canoe, right up to Bradford. Mrs. Harold Carleton ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Drew of Bradford and then took Mrs. William Bailey of St. Johnsbury with them and visited a couple of cemeteries in Glover where many of their ancestors are buried. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rollins and their families attended the recent wedding of Eva Rollins and Mr. Clamtagliao at the Green Mt. Chapel in Randolph. This Wells River00:,,, ; • -- Tea Honors Louis Cattani honor L°uisJ" CattaniWaSat a tea givengUestby the °f Lionel Lasseignes on May 27. Attorney Cattani has recently announced that he is a can- didate for State's Attorney. Cattani, familiar in the area now as Lou, and his wife Jonnie, moved to Wells River in November, 1980 from St. Johnsbury where he was the Deputy State's Attorney. Cattani, 34, is originally from New York City; his wife pleted fr°m S'LawR°yalton'school Hein June, c°m" 1977 and immediately took up his responsibilities in St. Johnsbury. theheHerecommendsDiversion was activelYprngraminV°lved inns aWhiChsnc " cessful alternative program thisfOr teenage offenders.progra m requiresHe saidyoung Beth Nelson' 757-3429 lawbreakers to mage restitution and in a majority of instances was successful. As far as adult criminals are immediateCOncerned he prosecutionrecommends saying'caseSthataggressively,,hegathertha twouldhedust'",,go"Willthatatnever lettheHethesaidjoblaw may be "enforced strictly". He recommends that citizens become informed, visit the court, observe sen- tencing. In his opinion Bail Laws should be toughened: He strongly urged that legislators raiSesayingtbe,,thatdrinkingit neverageshouldtO 20 have been lowered". Cattani has taken an in- terest in local affairs since he recently serving ashaSof theliVedunion in WellSDistrietmteratorRiVer'21 meeting. service was held right after church and those at the church service could attend. The Gordon Welches are back in Vermont. Mrs. Fran homeStephanUSand iShasbaCkcompanionin her ownto stay withher'Miss Barbara Jarrell is sobaCks°meandveryHanovertimeh°mehappy in b°thHospitalsafterto heW°°dsvilleSpendingbackbUtoni s the hill. Mrs. Peach is happy to he back with her old friends the Ronzo Family that spent the winter in the former Moss home have moved to Portland, Me. N 89 MEMORIAL DEDICATION-- Tom Pickett, Vietnam veteran and master of ceremonies, speaks to a group gathered in Sharon, Vt., on May 29 to dedicate 1-89 as the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway. Gathered among the veterans at the ceremony were Congressman James Jeffords, Governor Richard Snelltng, Senator Patrick Leahy, Senator Robert Stafford, and Lt, Governor MadelLne Kunin, all from Vermont. 95TH BIRTHDAY-- Standing in the photo are children.last of He hadspent a family Ofmosteightof his life in the town of Canajohairie. He served as postmaster in Mrs. Mamie Donnally will trude Hedge and William Hedge. Relaxing in the chair be in town very soon and so the are 95-year-old William Darrow and Nicholas summer folkSMr " and Mrs.are here again.McCoy of Spooner. Bradf°rd'Mrs. John MarshJ°iuedandRev'william and William Darrow is 95 at a lovely dinner at "TI TOPSHAM--William Darrow Mr. Darrow was born in theirGarden"help the56th°neMarshesdaYweddingreCentlYcelebratean .to WaSpartYbirthdayrecently.hOnoredinobservanceofhis95that a surprise Ames on May T, 1887 and is the niversary. This was held at the Ames, N.Y., Methodist Church. Friends and relatives at- tended from the community Ames having retired in 1957 and neighboring area as well after 30 years as postmaster. as members of the family from Topsham. He has made his home for several years with his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Hodge. The guest of honor was presented a boutonniere by the pastor of the church. He received cards, flowers, gifts and a purse of money. He is a member of the Methodist Church and of the Gideon Society. He has one daughter, Mrs. George Hedge, Topsham; three granddaughters, Mrs. James Spooner, Mrs. Martha Emerson and Cynthia Hodge; two grandsons, William and Paul Hodge; and 11 great- grandchildren. _ Gertrude Hooge topsnam00 • :: , 439-00zz " visitedMr" andMrS.hi s father,JameScharlesDOdge HMoOdngd:y W:rneinnto alat:::d theOn  Dodge over the weekend, sports banquet to honor (  inDr.MaryT.M.Hitchcock HpitalTaylor is a pstientin Spauldingport in the sports activities students who tookfo r Hanover, N.H. the year. Greg Hodge received Dale . Miles attended the a trophy for his participation. meeting of VAST on Sunday. Earl Hood visited his sister Wesley McLam attended the Fanny in Cassville on Tuesday : 84th birthday celebration of of thisweek. :"7 his mother-in-law, Beatrice Fire Call Linton in Barre on Sunday. The Fire Department was John Brockardt was a called to the home of Danny hospital patient this past Beams on Friday evening. week. More Town Topics Several from town attended John Evans, Portsmouth, the 50th wedding anniversary N.H., and son Clayton, of party held on Sunday to honor Barnet, were visitors at the Mr. and Mrs. B.T. Holland. Hood Home one day this past Congratulations of the week. c°mmunitYchurchSaturdaywhoMr" andwereinMrs'arethemarriedBryanpresbyterianeXtendedTayl°ron to theirSeVeralreturnedDr" anddaughterWeeksh°meMrS'atafterT'M'theAnnSpendinghomeT'ayl°randOf VarneyFaiMr ' r[:: MrS'have returnedGilbertto Fairlee after spending two weeks in the south. They visited their son Gregory, a student at N.E.A. La. University in Monroe, La. From there, they went to Port Richey, Fla., where they visited Mrs. Varney's mother, Mrs. Hazel Sayre, and her aunt, Isabel Estes, who returned to Vermont with them. A fair number of Fairlee residents were in Hanover, N.H., Wednesday evening, May 26, to hear Dr. Billy Graham speak at Thompson Arena. His topic was "Peace in a Nuclear Age." Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bagley and family visited Pastor Arthur Bagley and Mr. and Mrs. David Colby Sunday, May 23. YorkBrigidcity,Nich°is°nis spending °f NeWth e summer with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hedge and family. Miss Nicholson is a student at Middlebury College, with an eye on becoming a veterinarian. Pinewood Derby Wendell Woodward, Pack Master, reports that the 'Pinewood Derby was held at the meeting Wednesday evening, May 26. Chris W. TOPSHAM, The West Topsham Com- munity Hall was filled to the capacity for the Second Annual Talent Show. A very impressive introduction was given by Leslie Hight. "Berdie" Perry, master of ceremony, conducted the dancef°ll°wingby Pregram:Mary Pattersonballerinaof town; The Tri-Village fireman put on a very funny skit. Actors were Ted Martel, Charles Cilley, "Boots" Wadsworth, Roland Piexotto. This was followed by Carl Sample, age 80 plus of E. Barre, who played many old time tunes during the program and accompanied by "Winnie" Hight. The Sunday School girl s sang a few songs. The group included Penny Dubois, Natalie Dubois, Jennifer Harington. This was followed "by an organ duet by Leslie Hight and Winnie Rogue. Our own Ray "Berlin" High- buryWaymanplayed °n andWDEV'sang Watora song he wrote, on his guitar. He accompaniedalSo played hiSby ,,Winnie.,,saxophone This was followed by a skit by the Tabor Valley Players, "A Bad Year for Tomatoes" that presented the complete play on May 28, 29, May 30 at the E. Corinth Mason Hall. Actors in the skit were B.J. Merritts, Betty Hedge, Sherlie Herman, and Beth Thompson. The skit was followed by a solo by Robert Benjamin. Then Karen Culberson of Bradford who joined him for a duet. This was followed by a poem by Brian Avery "Milking a Cow," is folloWedRYF_vATEbY a guitar solo and waSine;thenan d endingthem°Stplazaanfirstenj°yable'ininaftern°°nWhiteinW. Hanover,anonThereRiver°f be[ore returning home. Village Improvement Club On Tuesday evening, June 1st the monthly meeting of the Village Improvement Club was held at the home of Esther Hill. There were 13 members and one guestpresent. All officers answered to the roll call. The regular business was transacted and all reports readFl m andMarket toaCCepted. Plans forbe held July 31 a weremitteethe businessdiscussedappointed.meetingandFollowing a acom'fun time was enjoyed by all. Delici°USserved by the htesses, refreshments Doris were Tucker and  Hill. Annual CImrdl Meettng $100 LOTTERY WINNER LYME-- Paul H. Barker, of Lyme, has been named as a $I00 winner in the New Hampshire Sweeps lottery by the state's Sweepstakes Commission. 3radord:yrkWcelebration at their home on U:vn0tl?:lof the South Road. Fifty-seven officers selected for the in- relatives and friends gathered coming year. Arloa Whitcher to watch and participate in a -- president; Maxine Burgess fly fishing demonstration by -- first vice; Shirley Bruleigh ardent fisherman, hunter and -- second vice; historian -- outdoor writer Peter Quinlan Jannette Maxwell; Chaplain of Barre. A buffet, swimming, -- Adella Southworth; sgf. at canoeing and games were arms -- Mabel Humphrey; enjoyed by all throughout the secretary -- Juanita Shearer day. and treasurer -- Virginia A marker and flag was put Bedell. Refreshments were by OnweekAlbertaisoMerrillSa flaggravefor Ralphthis Mrs. Southworth.Appuintmen t these two were Chase by the Legion -- Sorrymissed " SnellingOn May appointed20, Gov. Richardjoyce The Legion Legion NeWSand Auxiliary Vermont Wark of FishBradfordan d tOGamethe heldTueadaytheirnight.regularThe ,,poppy,,meeting Boardterm oftOorangefill theandUnexpiredWindso r program was a good success County representative Gary this year, thanks to the help of Moore, young folks -- Becky Cush- Gary left the board in late man, Brian and Tammy January to become Deputy Melendy, Sherry Tullar, Commissioner of the Fish and Cherri Carlson, Ruth and Game Department; a Bonnie Gates, Alan Gendron, stopover on his way to Shannon Maxwell and Jeff becoming Commissioner in Fleury. late September when Ed Chairman Virginia Bedell is Kehoe, present commissioner, NEW FAIR GROUNDS-- eflon  at the new fairgreuad site hr the North llavarhltl Fair. daughter is sch :i::f4:i2IM r s • Mrs.GerardDavid Belair'Kenyon and Desi took Mrs. Belair's parents to Sherbrook Canada Wednesday, returning home Thursday. The Fortiers had spent a visit here since May 22. Harold Sinclair spent a couple days in Hanover Hospital this week. The North Country Chorus, who are planning a trip to England later this month, have done many projects to help defray their expenses. At present they are selling rafflesilver,tickets onhandmade three jewelry sterling Pieces'buy a ticket get If any°nein contact with wishes to Gail Hathaway; Katrina Munn, or Connie IAnnell locally. Keith and Elinor Taylor and granddaughter Darci Taylor flew down to Norfolk, Va. and met their son Tom who is stationed on the Pueblo. They all drove home together, as Tom is on leave to take in the upcoming wedding of brother Brian. The Bike-A-ThonBike'A'Thonfor Cystic Fibrosis was postlxmed to next Saturday morning at 9:00 a.m. because of rainy weather. Word was received Sunday of the death of Lee Weeks Beamis of Scarborough, Me. Mr. Beamis, in his early sixty's was born and schooled in Haverhill, N.H. He ran a garage in Bradford a few years before going to Maine June?ehe:ebodmd;::dnT:0!ye!aWhere hest°re'5. HisHe°wned and °perateddiedfu-neral in hiSservicesSleep borough. He leaves a wife, Claire, son, Lee Jr. in Scarborough; a daughter, Deborah Maxwell Cynthia Hedge spent the weekend at the home of her Earl Hood this past week. parents. Mrs. Jessie Porter, Earl Eastman was a patient Springfield is visiting her in Mary Hitchcock Hospital in sister, Mrs. Bernice White. Hanover, N.H., several days Paul Hodge and Lewis this past week. Williams are at National Mrs. Janet Olson and Guard Camp for two weeks. family, Londonderry, N.H., Several from town attended visited at the home of her the Tabor Valley Player parents this weekend, presentation at E. Corinth this George Hedge and William past weekend. family. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Walter White, Bethel visited Darling, Groton, are parents S. Newbury ,,, Isabel Whitneys00.se7 5 attended an Charlie andox-pull in Goshen, Nancy Cole catnip season is upon US!More News of a baby girl, Jessica, born May 26 at the Cottage Hospital, Woodsville, N.H. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Bernadine Eastman, S. Ryegate. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Libuda, Burlington, spent Memorial Day weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R°bertJ°hnson'Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mclver, S. Hadley Falls, Mass. visited his sister, Mrs. Angelo Rosa, Memorial Day. May 26, Mr. and Mrs. all the Mass''time. last Sunday -- it rained visitingThe Charlesfriend s inErtlespoultneyare guestsCharlesherGrantbrother,had andaS dinnerwife ' Mrs. Wilder flew from this weekend. Steve Ertle and Mr. and Mrs. John McCoy, Burlington last Monday to John Grow are attending a Bradford; and his son and Cleveland, Ohio, where she fencing campout, family, Mr. and Mrs. John will stay with her sister, Mrs. Margaret Perry Burns from McCoy II, and their three Marie Duncan. She will be Curran, Mich., Dr. Hooker's children, Chelmsford, Mass. attending the 65th reunion of last surviving Perry relative, Dinner guests of Mr: and the Class of 1917 at Oberlin. visited Doe Corner last week Mrs. Norman Bone, May 30, Isabel Whitney spent last and spent a day visiting with were her sister, Mrs. Beulah weekend with her aunt, Mrs. her cousin. Dr. Hooker spent Miller, Colchester; and two Persis Johnson, in Pomfret, Monday visiting with brothers, Norris Edwards, Mrs. Johnson's nephew, David Orthodox bishops in Boston. Burlington and Walter Moore, had an open house to Selenda Grow was at Green Edwards, Skowheagan, Me. "dioSmPYtewrigch%il eaaJUet M°untainfor two days,C°llegeattending in P°ultneYcon- and her daughter, Mrs" Ruth Darling,Mrs. HaroldBarre, down to Florida shortly, ferences of the Vermont Dickinson, Websterville, Postmaster's Convene Library Association and the called on Mrs. Darling sister, The three postmasters from Vermont Educational Media. Mrs. Celia Hamilton, May 29. Newbury, S. Newbury and W. The Newbury Women's Dr. Robert Garvin and son Newbury attended an all-day Fellowship held their May Paul, Albany, N.Y. spent the postal workshop at Howard meeting at the Atkinson long weekend with his mother, Johnson's at White- River Residence last Tuesday. Mrs. Mrs. John Willis. Dinner Junction Thursday. 007 Adeline Thompson gave an guests May 30 were Miss Jean Sylvester was deeply in-interesting talk on her ex- Garvin and Mr. and Mrs. terested in hearing all about periences teaching in Orange Charles Gibson, Montpelier. the Program for Alcoholic County. Recovery film which was If a determined-looking a n dh:y'H I°g ekwtii:Ki mber ,yt w o a gn ,ndd:nU ghtir !N TE RE STI N G F AcTdil Cabot. Vt. Mr. and Mrs. Originally. facial tissues Micheal Maxwell left Monday were to be used as filters for morning to go to Maine. gas masks during WWI. • May 30, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Stoykovich and two children, EnisElkins'herseverinOHpreaaySa7Vl?ss'Le °anZmMb'Moore,parentS'ZambonMentpelier.N'H'zambOn'and Miss Grace wereMr" andguestsMrs'Als°of More Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gammon, Ashland, N.H. were Mrs. Esther J Donnelly camestoue, second, and in first'BenRebertGray, theAdamsgym'andE third. Three prizes for the best tana illustrated a looking cars were won by rules of the James Colligan, Bart Musty, Brown-- subport of and Jason Weale. All who starring a participated received a rib- built; various bon. and engines More News Johnson; Brian Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fishera Boeing 747, buill are the parents of a son, Eric Clark, Alfred Joseph Ill, born at mower; Jason Alice Peck Day Hospital, of the future LebanOn,May 27. N.H., Thursday, AdamsStrated and a s.; Heather, daughter of Mr. hot-air balloons; and Mrs. Jack Darling, of Bradley, cars on Irasburg, spent several days Yvonne Stone, out with her grandparents, Mr. launch; Sarah and Mrs. John Darling. city Mrs. Beace Naughton, with Carolyn Larson, her son John and daughter man (complete Betty Lou, of Great Neck, Michelle Stone, N.Y., were at their summer landscape, home here for six days. volcano; Science Fair coyote pelt, Elementary Th°se Wh°school'sCame Scienceto the hasUntingsolar.energY Fair Friday afternoon, May Colleen Newton 28, had an interesting treat. Knox, various The kindergarten had an Pomeroy, sourceS illustrated exhibit of the John Fontana, properties of wind and water, exhibit; Chrissy Grades one through four live chickens; concentrated of movement sedimentary projects and grades five test them for through eight, on those of Bougelas, cake al individual interest. Mr. Munn, had baked and to the cheers of those present, rise; Chuck launched a rocket the length of igneous recks to Soren Smith and " sangRichardson of Bradford .' by sign language  by""sueHm a[ncH ' representing Sue Richards°nRi ver sideWaS !aY Grange No. 455, followed by, action booklets "The Union 36" Square Roberts, Dancers.instructrIAsaThurstonJennyThurstnMartinPerryThurstnFrnwalttDavidwasTakingJasnLesieLisaseneca.partFornwattEmersnPackerDiannawereChadTbe theh°wst°ne'launch;sixthH°l'lxclY;thegrades howdispla'bedyThe also daughter of principal John Your dancingculberson,Tamb°u-rineesLaR°CkTh e players was°f Bobf°ll°wedBradf°rd'wereOf Benjamin,Bradford.bYKaren Thethe y°ungtremely well,ap°l°gizeSinadvertentlypeoplea C°lleenGaiser, D°ugT°mlins°n'Linnell" BerniceN°el Show y:urlagrDesap  Gaiser was unable to play due flag by flying your to illness. Flag Day, June 14. Closing the program was a L°riedancingfantastiCBruleigh'for allacr°batiCwithf°ll°wedround and act bYDy' Lisbon square dancing music by "The Swingers & Winnie Hight". Much credit to our Winnie AVSCC tias Hight. She gave so much time and effort to make our show, There were 65 such a success. Valley Seniors soredRefreshrnentSby the Tri Village were sPon'Fire Luncheon guests at atthethe Department. Hall on June 2. "Berdie" stated, thanks so Guests were much to each and everyone for Keating, Sam all their generous help. It sure Rae Ford. turned out to be a fun-relaxing celebrants were evening for all." Much credit Welcomed back to the fireman and all they did Martignetti; tahelp. Also, thanks so much to Jo pora'thankedand EVatb e club for Dexterthe work and D°nnathey did toC°rlisSkeep our for day card'Th e free BloOd community Hall in tip-top Clinic was held shape. What would we do 12:00 a.m. without it. Thanks again to Letters Donna and Jo. written to Mr. driving Dorothy Homeister with three McGregor, and in town Memorial Day. to Raymond Mr. and Mrs. Roger driving his Belanger, S. Portland, Me. "Belle of the spent the holiday weekend year old with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. bee. We are Gerald Beckley. Foster and May 30 visitors of Mrs. thought of Mr. Mary Frost were her sister Pictures in the and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Union and the George Cameron, Barre; and were much a niece and husband, Mr. and we hope for Mrs. Merton Boyd, Thefford. in The Courier. May 25 Mr. and Mrs. David The Flea Keith and children, N. Haverhill, N.H. helped her a brisk business, mother, Mrs. Doris Rosa to food. To celebrate her birthday, by parade bringing the dinner all Seniors prepared. Luncheon guests especially that same day was Mrs. Secretary by Marjory Peach, W. Newbury. Lisbonites, Memorial Day callers were even her Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Welch, who tooted W. Newbury. flashed his Area News many years. June 2, Mrs. Maydene Bone President was hostess to the Home suggestions Demonstration Club. Mrs. Daycock, Norman Osmer, Groton, dinner well conducted the work period on was left to scrap books for un- number of derprivileged children, franks, saladS, Those from here to attend the funeral service for Mrs: Annie Page, in Peacham, mustard June 2, were Mr. and Mrs. Generous Calvin Frost, Richard Frost, were made Mrs. Stephen Ross, Charles served well. Grant and Mrs. Dorothy pleased with Homeister. accordion. May 26, the trustees of the. Those local library met to inspect were V. Smi, two boxes of books, and choose Presby, A. several to be purchased, tignetti, M. Plans are being made for Aldrich, D. the Daily Vacation Bible Heath, A. School which will begin June Drew. "t 9:t 28 at the South Ryegate Next week, .J11, Presbyterian Church. expected slid and Jessie RoDm''V  ha h,. h Morem'," • QUOTE  planned and e)'-lIP) "A loafer always has the a trip to Niagsrt correct time." which please Kin Hubhard Curtis. 1 ................. -Page 6-The Journal Opinion-June 9, 1982 Barbara Sumner W. FAL " /i I I " 333 .4477 b If The annual meeting of the Clerk-Secretary; Fred Cook-- If we live as though our only West Fairlee Center Treasurer; Pulpit Committee care Congregational Church was -- Virginia Southworth, Is someone eisc's smile, held on Thursday evening, Marjorie Graves and Doris If we take the time to right a June 3 at the church. Honig; Publicity -- Rick wrong Maurice Eaton was elected Eaton; Music -- Henry Though it slows us down a moderator. The reports of Graves and Ruth Southworth; w. NEWm rW/ ertha Carleton' 429-3868 Mrs. Robert White, a former resident here, is now at the Hilltop House in Brattleboro and can look out on to the Connecticut River and wish while, If we put a little kindness Into everything we do, Our lives would be much richer And the lives we touch would, too. Then the passing years would cheer us Knowing what we'd left behind. And we'd welcome each tomorrow And the new Joys we would find. . Unknown (contributed by Carrie Glheau) W. Falrlee News The Pattons were visited by an old family friend last weekend, Captain Peter MuCCipolice Department.Of the AtlantiCDori s wasCity regaled over dinner with stories about the changes in the Casino City since her early years, and iustructed in some of the finer points of self defense with the Kubotan, a martial arts weapon, now in use there. Then after claiming a portrait of his prize beagle, the first of a four part series he has commissioned Doffs to paint'fo r Taffytown. Captain MucciAfte r adepartedlapse of 35 years, it was a very pleasant reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Jon Sanborn withMass .,and Marc,theirwereChildren'ofguestsNorthamptOn,of Margie Charity and Henry Graves, at their summerover the bomeMemorialin Bearweekend.N°tch' Mrs. Sanborn will be remembered as Jo-Ann Barker. One day last week, Irene Doyle visited one of her many friends, Marjorie Brown of Chelsea, who is now a patient in MHM Hospital in Hanover. Awards Banquet Several from West Fairleo attended the Vershire Christian Academy's Awards Banquet and the most ex- cellent program, psesented by the Christian School last Friday night: Joan Blandin, with the girls Carmen and Kessten, son Donovan and friend Melanie, also Marilyn O'Grady and her mother Jnsie Goode were at the Bill Doyles' on Sunday, May 30. This was a dinner party to celebrate Carmen's 14th birthday which was on Monday. Pam and Jamie Burt, of Orange, Vt., were Saturday afternoon callers at the parsonage and the Sumner house while on their way home from a visit to family mem- bers in southern New Ham- pshire. Last Friday was a pleasant day for Anna Fisher and Barb Sumner. A sunny day for a jaunt with lunch at Jesse's officers were read and ac- cepted. A lengthy discussion was held concerning the Margaret Eaton Scholarship Fund, hopefully to be started in 193, to he given to the most deserving person from W. Fairlee graduating from high school and furthering his or her education. Dorothy Cook, Betty Bates and Fred Cook were elected to the Scholar- ship Committee for 1983. Oer officers and com- mittee members were elected as follows; Betty Bates -- Flowers -- Ruth Southworth; Grounds Keepers -- Alfred and Barbara Slack; Repair Committee -- Bob Adams, Buster Bates, Carl and Fred Cook, Maurice and Rick Eaton, Alfred Slack and George Wehrman. There are to he seven Sunday evening services held this summer starting on July 11at 7:00 p.m. There will be further news items concerning the ministers who will fill the pulpit each Sunday evening. she could go out andq3addle a canoe, right up to Bradford. Mrs. Harold Carleton ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Drew of Bradford and then took Mrs. William Bailey of St. Johnsbury with them and visited a couple of cemeteries in Glover where many of their ancestors are buried. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rollins and their families attended the recent wedding of Eva Rollins and Mr. Clamtagliao at the Green Mt. Chapel in Randolph. This Wells River00:,,, ; • -- Tea Honors Louis Cattani honor L°uisJ" CattaniWaSat a tea givengUestby the °f Lionel Lasseignes on May 27. Attorney Cattani has recently announced that he is a can- didate for State's Attorney. Cattani, familiar in the area now as Lou, and his wife Jonnie, moved to Wells River in November, 1980 from St. Johnsbury where he was the Deputy State's Attorney. Cattani, 34, is originally from New York City; his wife pleted fr°m S'LawR°yalton'school Hein June, c°m" 1977 and immediately took up his responsibilities in St. Johnsbury. theheHerecommendsDiversion was activelYprngraminV°lved inns aWhiChsnc " cessful alternative program thisfOr teenage offenders.progra m requiresHe saidyoung Beth Nelson' 757-3429 lawbreakers to mage restitution and in a majority of instances was successful. As far as adult criminals are immediateCOncerned he prosecutionrecommends saying'caseSthataggressively,,hegathertha twouldhedust'",,go"Willthatatnever lettheHethesaidjoblaw may be "enforced strictly". He recommends that citizens become informed, visit the court, observe sen- tencing. In his opinion Bail Laws should be toughened: He strongly urged that legislators raiSesayingtbe,,thatdrinkingit neverageshouldtO 20 have been lowered". Cattani has taken an in- terest in local affairs since he recently serving ashaSof theliVedunion in WellSDistrietmteratorRiVer'21 meeting. service was held right after church and those at the church service could attend. The Gordon Welches are back in Vermont. Mrs. Fran homeStephanUSand iShasbaCkcompanionin her ownto stay withher'Miss Barbara Jarrell is sobaCks°meandveryHanovertimeh°mehappy in b°thHospitalsafterto heW°°dsvilleSpendingbackbUtoni s the hill. Mrs. Peach is happy to he back with her old friends the Ronzo Family that spent the winter in the former Moss home have moved to Portland, Me. N 89 MEMORIAL DEDICATION-- Tom Pickett, Vietnam veteran and master of ceremonies, speaks to a group gathered in Sharon, Vt., on May 29 to dedicate 1-89 as the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway. Gathered among the veterans at the ceremony were Congressman James Jeffords, Governor Richard Snelltng, Senator Patrick Leahy, Senator Robert Stafford, and Lt, Governor MadelLne Kunin, all from Vermont. 95TH BIRTHDAY-- Standing in the photo are children.last of He hadspent a family Ofmosteightof his life in the town of Canajohairie. He served as postmaster in Mrs. Mamie Donnally will trude Hedge and William Hedge. Relaxing in the chair be in town very soon and so the are 95-year-old William Darrow and Nicholas summer folkSMr " and Mrs.are here again.McCoy of Spooner. Bradf°rd'Mrs. John MarshJ°iuedandRev'william and William Darrow is 95 at a lovely dinner at "TI TOPSHAM--William Darrow Mr. Darrow was born in theirGarden"help the56th°neMarshesdaYweddingreCentlYcelebratean .to WaSpartYbirthdayrecently.hOnoredinobservanceofhis95that a surprise Ames on May T, 1887 and is the niversary. This was held at the Ames, N.Y., Methodist Church. Friends and relatives at- tended from the community Ames having retired in 1957 and neighboring area as well after 30 years as postmaster. as members of the family from Topsham. He has made his home for several years with his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Hodge. The guest of honor was presented a boutonniere by the pastor of the church. He received cards, flowers, gifts and a purse of money. He is a member of the Methodist Church and of the Gideon Society. He has one daughter, Mrs. George Hedge, Topsham; three granddaughters, Mrs. James Spooner, Mrs. Martha Emerson and Cynthia Hodge; two grandsons, William and Paul Hodge; and 11 great- grandchildren. _ Gertrude Hooge topsnam00 • :: , 439-00zz " visitedMr" andMrS.hi s father,JameScharlesDOdge HMoOdngd:y W:rneinnto alat:::d theOn  Dodge over the weekend, sports banquet to honor (  inDr.MaryT.M.Hitchcock HpitalTaylor is a pstientin Spauldingport in the sports activities students who tookfo r Hanover, N.H. the year. Greg Hodge received Dale . Miles attended the a trophy for his participation. meeting of VAST on Sunday. Earl Hood visited his sister Wesley McLam attended the Fanny in Cassville on Tuesday : 84th birthday celebration of of thisweek. :"7 his mother-in-law, Beatrice Fire Call Linton in Barre on Sunday. The Fire Department was John Brockardt was a called to the home of Danny hospital patient this past Beams on Friday evening. week. More Town Topics Several from town attended John Evans, Portsmouth, the 50th wedding anniversary N.H., and son Clayton, of party held on Sunday to honor Barnet, were visitors at the Mr. and Mrs. B.T. Holland. Hood Home one day this past Congratulations of the week. c°mmunitYchurchSaturdaywhoMr" andwereinMrs'arethemarriedBryanpresbyterianeXtendedTayl°ron to theirSeVeralreturnedDr" anddaughterWeeksh°meMrS'atafterT'M'theAnnSpendinghomeT'ayl°randOf VarneyFaiMr ' r[:: MrS'have returnedGilbertto Fairlee after spending two weeks in the south. They visited their son Gregory, a student at N.E.A. La. University in Monroe, La. From there, they went to Port Richey, Fla., where they visited Mrs. Varney's mother, Mrs. Hazel Sayre, and her aunt, Isabel Estes, who returned to Vermont with them. A fair number of Fairlee residents were in Hanover, N.H., Wednesday evening, May 26, to hear Dr. Billy Graham speak at Thompson Arena. His topic was "Peace in a Nuclear Age." Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bagley and family visited Pastor Arthur Bagley and Mr. and Mrs. David Colby Sunday, May 23. YorkBrigidcity,Nich°is°nis spending °f NeWth e summer with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hedge and family. Miss Nicholson is a student at Middlebury College, with an eye on becoming a veterinarian. Pinewood Derby Wendell Woodward, Pack Master, reports that the 'Pinewood Derby was held at the meeting Wednesday evening, May 26. Chris W. TOPSHAM, The West Topsham Com- munity Hall was filled to the capacity for the Second Annual Talent Show. A very impressive introduction was given by Leslie Hight. "Berdie" Perry, master of ceremony, conducted the dancef°ll°wingby Pregram:Mary Pattersonballerinaof town; The Tri-Village fireman put on a very funny skit. Actors were Ted Martel, Charles Cilley, "Boots" Wadsworth, Roland Piexotto. This was followed by Carl Sample, age 80 plus of E. Barre, who played many old time tunes during the program and accompanied by "Winnie" Hight. The Sunday School girl s sang a few songs. The group included Penny Dubois, Natalie Dubois, Jennifer Harington. This was followed "by an organ duet by Leslie Hight and Winnie Rogue. Our own Ray "Berlin" High- buryWaymanplayed °n andWDEV'sang Watora song he wrote, on his guitar. He accompaniedalSo played hiSby ,,Winnie.,,saxophone This was followed by a skit by the Tabor Valley Players, "A Bad Year for Tomatoes" that presented the complete play on May 28, 29, May 30 at the E. Corinth Mason Hall. Actors in the skit were B.J. Merritts, Betty Hedge, Sherlie Herman, and Beth Thompson. The skit was followed by a solo by Robert Benjamin. Then Karen Culberson of Bradford who joined him for a duet. This was followed by a poem by Brian Avery "Milking a Cow," is folloWedRYF_vATEbY a guitar solo and waSine;thenan d endingthem°Stplazaanfirstenj°yable'ininaftern°°nWhiteinW. Hanover,anonThereRiver°f be[ore returning home. Village Improvement Club On Tuesday evening, June 1st the monthly meeting of the Village Improvement Club was held at the home of Esther Hill. There were 13 members and one guestpresent. All officers answered to the roll call. The regular business was transacted and all reports readFl m andMarket toaCCepted. Plans forbe held July 31 a weremitteethe businessdiscussedappointed.meetingandFollowing a acom'fun time was enjoyed by all. Delici°USserved by the htesses, refreshments Doris were Tucker and  Hill. Annual CImrdl Meettng $100 LOTTERY WINNER LYME-- Paul H. Barker, of Lyme, has been named as a $I00 winner in the New Hampshire Sweeps lottery by the state's Sweepstakes Commission. 3radord:yrkWcelebration at their home on U:vn0tl?:lof the South Road. Fifty-seven officers selected for the in- relatives and friends gathered coming year. Arloa Whitcher to watch and participate in a -- president; Maxine Burgess fly fishing demonstration by -- first vice; Shirley Bruleigh ardent fisherman, hunter and -- second vice; historian -- outdoor writer Peter Quinlan Jannette Maxwell; Chaplain of Barre. A buffet, swimming, -- Adella Southworth; sgf. at canoeing and games were arms -- Mabel Humphrey; enjoyed by all throughout the secretary -- Juanita Shearer day. and treasurer -- Virginia A marker and flag was put Bedell. Refreshments were by OnweekAlbertaisoMerrillSa flaggravefor Ralphthis Mrs. Southworth.Appuintmen t these two were Chase by the Legion -- Sorrymissed " SnellingOn May appointed20, Gov. Richardjoyce The Legion Legion NeWSand Auxiliary Vermont Wark of FishBradfordan d tOGamethe heldTueadaytheirnight.regularThe ,,poppy,,meeting Boardterm oftOorangefill theandUnexpiredWindso r program was a good success County representative Gary this year, thanks to the help of Moore, young folks -- Becky Cush- Gary left the board in late man, Brian and Tammy January to become Deputy Melendy, Sherry Tullar, Commissioner of the Fish and Cherri Carlson, Ruth and Game Department; a Bonnie Gates, Alan Gendron, stopover on his way to Shannon Maxwell and Jeff becoming Commissioner in Fleury. late September when Ed Chairman Virginia Bedell is Kehoe, present commissioner, NEW FAIR GROUNDS-- eflon  at the new fairgreuad site hr the North llavarhltl Fair. daughter is sch :i::f4:i2IM r s • Mrs.GerardDavid Belair'Kenyon and Desi took Mrs. Belair's parents to Sherbrook Canada Wednesday, returning home Thursday. The Fortiers had spent a visit here since May 22. Harold Sinclair spent a couple days in Hanover Hospital this week. The North Country Chorus, who are planning a trip to England later this month, have done many projects to help defray their expenses. At present they are selling rafflesilver,tickets onhandmade three jewelry sterling Pieces'buy a ticket get If any°nein contact with wishes to Gail Hathaway; Katrina Munn, or Connie IAnnell locally. Keith and Elinor Taylor and granddaughter Darci Taylor flew down to Norfolk, Va. and met their son Tom who is stationed on the Pueblo. They all drove home together, as Tom is on leave to take in the upcoming wedding of brother Brian. The Bike-A-ThonBike'A'Thonfor Cystic Fibrosis was postlxmed to next Saturday morning at 9:00 a.m. because of rainy weather. Word was received Sunday of the death of Lee Weeks Beamis of Scarborough, Me. Mr. Beamis, in his early sixty's was born and schooled in Haverhill, N.H. He ran a garage in Bradford a few years before going to Maine June?ehe:ebodmd;::dnT:0!ye!aWhere hest°re'5. HisHe°wned and °perateddiedfu-neral in hiSservicesSleep borough. He leaves a wife, Claire, son, Lee Jr. in Scarborough; a daughter, Deborah Maxwell Cynthia Hedge spent the weekend at the home of her Earl Hood this past week. parents. Mrs. Jessie Porter, Earl Eastman was a patient Springfield is visiting her in Mary Hitchcock Hospital in sister, Mrs. Bernice White. Hanover, N.H., several days Paul Hodge and Lewis this past week. Williams are at National Mrs. Janet Olson and Guard Camp for two weeks. family, Londonderry, N.H., Several from town attended visited at the home of her the Tabor Valley Player parents this weekend, presentation at E. Corinth this George Hedge and William past weekend. family. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Walter White, Bethel visited Darling, Groton, are parents S. Newbury ,,, Isabel Whitneys00.se7 5 attended an Charlie andox-pull in Goshen, Nancy Cole catnip season is upon US!More News of a baby girl, Jessica, born May 26 at the Cottage Hospital, Woodsville, N.H. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Bernadine Eastman, S. Ryegate. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Libuda, Burlington, spent Memorial Day weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R°bertJ°hnson'Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mclver, S. Hadley Falls, Mass. visited his sister, Mrs. Angelo Rosa, Memorial Day. May 26, Mr. and Mrs. all the Mass''time. last Sunday -- it rained visitingThe Charlesfriend s inErtlespoultneyare guestsCharlesherGrantbrother,had andaS dinnerwife ' Mrs. Wilder flew from this weekend. Steve Ertle and Mr. and Mrs. John McCoy, Burlington last Monday to John Grow are attending a Bradford; and his son and Cleveland, Ohio, where she fencing campout, family, Mr. and Mrs. John will stay with her sister, Mrs. Margaret Perry Burns from McCoy II, and their three Marie Duncan. She will be Curran, Mich., Dr. Hooker's children, Chelmsford, Mass. attending the 65th reunion of last surviving Perry relative, Dinner guests of Mr: and the Class of 1917 at Oberlin. visited Doe Corner last week Mrs. Norman Bone, May 30, Isabel Whitney spent last and spent a day visiting with were her sister, Mrs. Beulah weekend with her aunt, Mrs. her cousin. Dr. Hooker spent Miller, Colchester; and two Persis Johnson, in Pomfret, Monday visiting with brothers, Norris Edwards, Mrs. Johnson's nephew, David Orthodox bishops in Boston. Burlington and Walter Moore, had an open house to Selenda Grow was at Green Edwards, Skowheagan, Me. "dioSmPYtewrigch%il eaaJUet M°untainfor two days,C°llegeattending in P°ultneYcon- and her daughter, Mrs" Ruth Darling,Mrs. HaroldBarre, down to Florida shortly, ferences of the Vermont Dickinson, Websterville, Postmaster's Convene Library Association and the called on Mrs. Darling sister, The three postmasters from Vermont Educational Media. Mrs. Celia Hamilton, May 29. Newbury, S. Newbury and W. The Newbury Women's Dr. Robert Garvin and son Newbury attended an all-day Fellowship held their May Paul, Albany, N.Y. spent the postal workshop at Howard meeting at the Atkinson long weekend with his mother, Johnson's at White- River Residence last Tuesday. Mrs. Mrs. John Willis. Dinner Junction Thursday. 007 Adeline Thompson gave an guests May 30 were Miss Jean Sylvester was deeply in-interesting talk on her ex- Garvin and Mr. and Mrs. terested in hearing all about periences teaching in Orange Charles Gibson, Montpelier. the Program for Alcoholic County. Recovery film which was If a determined-looking a n dh:y'H I°g ekwtii:Ki mber ,yt w o a gn ,ndd:nU ghtir !N TE RE STI N G F AcTdil Cabot. Vt. Mr. and Mrs. Originally. facial tissues Micheal Maxwell left Monday were to be used as filters for morning to go to Maine. gas masks during WWI. • May 30, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Stoykovich and two children, EnisElkins'herseverinOHpreaaySa7Vl?ss'Le °anZmMb'Moore,parentS'ZambonMentpelier.N'H'zambOn'and Miss Grace wereMr" andguestsMrs'Als°of More Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gammon, Ashland, N.H. were Mrs. Esther J Donnelly camestoue, second, and in first'BenRebertGray, theAdamsgym'andE third. Three prizes for the best tana illustrated a looking cars were won by rules of the James Colligan, Bart Musty, Brown-- subport of and Jason Weale. All who starring a participated received a rib- built; various bon. and engines More News Johnson; Brian Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fishera Boeing 747, buill are the parents of a son, Eric Clark, Alfred Joseph Ill, born at mower; Jason Alice Peck Day Hospital, of the future LebanOn,May 27. N.H., Thursday, AdamsStrated and a s.; Heather, daughter of Mr. hot-air balloons; and Mrs. Jack Darling, of Bradley, cars on Irasburg, spent several days Yvonne Stone, out with her grandparents, Mr. launch; Sarah and Mrs. John Darling. city Mrs. Beace Naughton, with Carolyn Larson, her son John and daughter man (complete Betty Lou, of Great Neck, Michelle Stone, N.Y., were at their summer landscape, home here for six days. volcano; Science Fair coyote pelt, Elementary Th°se Wh°school'sCame Scienceto the hasUntingsolar.energY Fair Friday afternoon, May Colleen Newton 28, had an interesting treat. Knox, various The kindergarten had an Pomeroy, sourceS illustrated exhibit of the John Fontana, properties of wind and water, exhibit; Chrissy Grades one through four live chickens; concentrated of movement sedimentary projects and grades five test them for through eight, on those of Bougelas, cake al individual interest. Mr. Munn, had baked and to the cheers of those present, rise; Chuck launched a rocket the length of igneous recks to Soren Smith and " sangRichardson of Bradford .' by sign language  by""sueHm a[ncH ' representing Sue Richards°nRi ver sideWaS !aY Grange No. 455, followed by, action booklets "The Union 36" Square Roberts, Dancers.instructrIAsaThurstonJennyThurstnMartinPerryThurstnFrnwalttDavidwasTakingJasnLesieLisaseneca.partFornwattEmersnPackerDiannawereChadTbe theh°wst°ne'launch;sixthH°l'lxclY;thegrades howdispla'bedyThe also daughter of principal John Your dancingculberson,Tamb°u-rineesLaR°CkTh e players was°f Bobf°ll°wedBradf°rd'wereOf Benjamin,Bradford.bYKaren Thethe y°ungtremely well,ap°l°gizeSinadvertentlypeoplea C°lleenGaiser, D°ugT°mlins°n'Linnell" BerniceN°el Show y:urlagrDesap  Gaiser was unable to play due flag by flying your to illness. Flag Day, June 14. Closing the program was a L°riedancingfantastiCBruleigh'for allacr°batiCwithf°ll°wedround and act bYDy' Lisbon square dancing music by "The Swingers & Winnie Hight". Much credit to our Winnie AVSCC tias Hight. She gave so much time and effort to make our show, There were 65 such a success. Valley Seniors soredRefreshrnentSby the Tri Village were sPon'Fire Luncheon guests at atthethe Department. Hall on June 2. "Berdie" stated, thanks so Guests were much to each and everyone for Keating, Sam all their generous help. It sure Rae Ford. turned out to be a fun-relaxing celebrants were evening for all." Much credit Welcomed back to the fireman and all they did Martignetti; tahelp. Also, thanks so much to Jo pora'thankedand EVatb e club for Dexterthe work and D°nnathey did toC°rlisSkeep our for day card'Th e free BloOd community Hall in tip-top Clinic was held shape. What would we do 12:00 a.m. without it. Thanks again to Letters Donna and Jo. written to Mr. driving Dorothy Homeister with three McGregor, and in town Memorial Day. to Raymond Mr. and Mrs. Roger driving his Belanger, S. Portland, Me. "Belle of the spent the holiday weekend year old with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. bee. We are Gerald Beckley. Foster and May 30 visitors of Mrs. thought of Mr. Mary Frost were her sister Pictures in the and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Union and the George Cameron, Barre; and were much a niece and husband, Mr. and we hope for Mrs. Merton Boyd, Thefford. in The Courier. May 25 Mr. and Mrs. David The Flea Keith and children, N. Haverhill, N.H. helped her a brisk business, mother, Mrs. Doris Rosa to food. To celebrate her birthday, by parade bringing the dinner all Seniors prepared. Luncheon guests especially that same day was Mrs. Secretary by Marjory Peach, W. Newbury. Lisbonites, Memorial Day callers were even her Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Welch, who tooted W. Newbury. flashed his Area News many years. June 2, Mrs. Maydene Bone President was hostess to the Home suggestions Demonstration Club. Mrs. Daycock, Norman Osmer, Groton, dinner well conducted the work period on was left to scrap books for un- number of derprivileged children, franks, saladS, Those from here to attend the funeral service for Mrs: Annie Page, in Peacham, mustard June 2, were Mr. and Mrs. Generous Calvin Frost, Richard Frost, were made Mrs. Stephen Ross, Charles served well. Grant and Mrs. Dorothy pleased with Homeister. accordion. May 26, the trustees of the. Those local library met to inspect were V. Smi, two boxes of books, and choose Presby, A. several to be purchased, tignetti, M. Plans are being made for Aldrich, D. the Daily Vacation Bible Heath, A. School which will begin June Drew. "t 9:t 28 at the South Ryegate Next week, .J11, Presbyterian Church. expected slid and Jessie RoDm''V  ha h,. h Morem'," • QUOTE  planned and e)'-lIP) "A loafer always has the a trip to Niagsrt correct time." which please Kin Hubhard Curtis. 1