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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-June 10, 1981 Newbury branch of BNB holds opening NEWBURY--Some 400 persons helped the Bradford National Bank celebrate the grand opening of its recently established branch in Newbury June 5. A tent was set up between the small, historic brick building that houses the branch bank and the town clerk-post office building and refreshments were served throughout the day from I0 a.m.-4p.m. The bank building is the former town clerk's office and the celebration also in- corporated open house for the new town clerk's office. The Daughters of the American Revolution catered the affair with coffee, doughnuts, pastries, sand- withes and homemade cake and cookies throughout the morning and noon hour, and lemonade and ice cream in the afternoon. Directors of the bank mingled with the guests. The branch bank has ac- cH ATTING--Bradford National Bank President Paul Galleraul talks with senior customer at Grand tually been in operation since Opening of Newbury Dec. 15 but the grand opening" celebration was held this Branch. month in order to take ad- vantage of better weather Mrs. Susan Barrett of outdoors and because many Bradford is manager of the Newbury residents wereaway Newbury branch, assisted by last winter. Mrs. Geraldean Sulham of J I - Wells River. WELL DRILLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE COMPLETE WAT EI SYSTEMS INSTALLi:D FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI WHAT'S ALL THE EX- CITEMENT?- Toby Rower of Newbury, 15 months old, joins in Bradford National Bank Artesian Well Co. BrpVw Drwe R D Barre Vt 476 4832 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE mH branch Grand Opening. fall Joe I],P 1-603-448-3181 SALES & SERVICE BAGS & SUPPtlES. I I ............................... GRAND OPENING--Participating in Grand Opening of Newbury Branch of Bradford National Bank are, from left: Frances Welch, DAR secretary; Barbara Welch, Newbury Town Clerk; Ruth Webster, DAR Regent; Susan Barrett, Newbury branch manager; Jack Webster, Chairman of the Board, BNB; Elizabeth Miller, State vice Regent, DAR; JOhn Zampleri, bank director; and doughnut during Newbury CELEBRATION CAKF_.--- Bradford Daughters of .................... " American Revolution prepared cake for Brad- ford National Bank's Grand Opening of Newhnry Branch. FARAH SLACKS make the perfect gift for all the men on your list! Young men's too! Wah_able_00utm .... I00at color00 FARAH, they just fit better. Priced from ... $15. o0 to State Mensa group meets LUNENBURG--The Vermont Chapter of American Mensa Limited met May 17 at the Steinhour Press, Lunenburg. Mensa business included the appointment of Don Grout, Randolph, as Vermont Mensa proctor. He replaces Charles Kulp who recently moved. Peter Wagner, Lyndonville, resigned as newsletter editor. He is succeeded by Shirley Ann Elias, Wells River, public relations director. Anyone interested in qualifying for membership may write to Vermont Mensa, Box 826. Montpelier, VT 05602. BMU board sets meeting  WELLS RIVER--Superin- = : tendent Keith Ober has reported receipt of a loan up to $85,000 for emergency repairs on the roof of Blue Mountain Union School. The school board has scheduled a special meeting at 8 p.m. June 17 to discuss the roof repairs, the revised 1981- 82 school budget and other matters. The revised budget is $78,000 less than the original budget, including cuts in roof repairs, vacation employment, kin- dergarten transportation, salaries for dramatics, band instruction, yearbook, poets- in-the-school program, talented and gifted program director, education aide, field trips, athletic transportation, and 40 per cent cuts in non- mandatory services, materials and equipment. Policy changes to be con- sidered include the fee structure for use of school facilities attendance excuses for 18-year-olds, free stage admission to school events, transportation of kin- dergarten students, bus route scheduling, and the hot lunch program. Also to be considered are public relations after a suggestion that the public should be better informed about upcoming school board activities. BITS OF INFORMATION A male swan is known as a cob. a femaleswan is a nen. Houle Auto Sales,!Nc N Ryegate, Children's Day Exercises were held Sunday morning, May 31, at the United Presbyterian Church here, with the Sunday School students in charge of the church service. Special music was provided by Darcy Nelson and Timothy White on their saxophones, and Vicki Clark on both the trumpet and the piano. Ttie Sunday School classes sang several songs, one of which was ac- companied by Joe Perkins on his ukulele. Jeffrey and Vicki Clark led many portions of the service, the offering was received by Darren Leonard, Timothy White, Darcy Nelson, and Joe Perkins, and Rev. Marion Redding gave a Children's Message. Sunday School students who com- pleted the year, gave Class Presentations, and received certificates of promotion were: Nursery Class -- Jessica Williams. Bobbi-Lyn Sargent, Jared McLure, Andrea Nelson, and James Nelson; Kindergarten Class -- Ethan Nelson, Kimberly McLure, Hannah Nelson, Jeremy DeRusha, Curtis Nelson, Jason Smith, Joshua White, Amanda Beauvais, and Melissa Gates; First and Second Grade -- Daniel Leonard, Benjamin White, Matthew Nelson, Peter Gates, Kerrie Vance, Tad Beauvais, Grant Nelson, James Smith, and Gordon Perkins; Third and Fourth Grades -- Eriea Piper, Wendy Vance, and Jeffrey Leonard; Fourth and Fifth Grades Darren Leonard, Darcy Nelson, Timothy White, and Gene Perkins, Jr.; Grades Seven through Eleven -- Vicki Clark and Jeffrey Clark. Sunday School Superin- tendent Stewart White also presented Erica Piper with a Bible. At the close of the service potted marigolds were distributed to each child in memory of Gordon Perkins, given by Mrs. Arlene Perkins Eastman and the family. Serving as Sunday School teachers during the past year were Rachel Gates, Joyce White, Marsha Nelson, Stewart White, and Nancy Perkins. Mrs. Walter Main with Mrs. Rena Vigneau of Wells River, attended the Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital Auxiliary May Walk in Danville Saturday, May 23. They toured 14 homes, and enjoyed a tea and a luncheon at the Creamery Restaurant. Kelly Collins participated in a piano recital Sunday af- ternoon. May 31, at Miss Katrina Muun's in Bradford. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Collins, with Mr. and Mrs. John Zampieri and Mrs. Bernie Frost of S. Ryegate were in Washington, D.C. recently to attend a State Department Dinner with Secretary of State Alexander Haig as guest speaker. They were invited to Washington as guests of the Executive Council for Foreign Diplomats. The Collins' were away four days and visited many of the sights in the Nation's Capital. One evening they, with the Zampieris, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rodolfo Silva in Arlington, Va. Mr. Silva is a former diplomat from Costa Rica and was a guest in the Collins' home when United Nations diplomats were in the Ryegate area. Mr. and Mrs. William Dickerson were overnight guests Tuesday, June 2, of her daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Graham and Douglas, Jr. in Goshen. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Main had as a weekend guest May 30-31 their daughter Mrs. Owen Winter of Barre. Joining them for Sunday dinner were Jon Winter of Barre and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Page, Melissa and Steven of Groton. Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Nelson, Darcy, Matthew, and Ethan were in Lenox, Mass., Saturday, May 30, to attend the wedding of their cousin, Patricia Hitchcock, to Gerard Nancy Perkins 584-3611 evening, May 27, of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Frost, Marlo and Marcella for birthday cake and ice cream in celebration of Marcella's 10th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Nelson, Darcy, Matthew, and Ethan and Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, Grant, Hannah, Andrew, and Betsey were guests for a cookout Sunday, May 31, of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Beauvais, Tad, Amanda, and Meredith. Judy Vance, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vance of Ryegate and a Junior at Blue Mountain Union School, was inducted into the National Honor Society Thursday evening, May 28. Members are selected by the faculty on the basis of scholarship ser- vice, leadership, and character. National Honor Society members and in- ductees were guests of the faculty for a banquet at the school Thursday evening. Judy's parents, sister Bonnie, and brother Ricky attended the induction ceremony. Dr. and Mrs. Bertram Eck- mann of Riverside, Calif., were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty Tuesday, June 2. Mr. Eck- mann was a doctor at the Tuberculosis Sanitorium in Glencliff, N.H., in 1951-1952, and from there they moved to Riverside, Calif. Dr. Eck- mann is now the Chief of Medical Staff at Riverside Medical Hospital and University Medical Center. Andrea Nelson was an overnight guest Wednesday, May 27, of Mr. and Mrs. Edward McLure and daughter Kimberly. That same night Jared McLure slept over with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Curtis and James. Waits River The first chick pie supper of the season was had at Fellowship Hall Saturday evening for the benefit of the church and was very suc- cessful. Mrs. Edson Harrington and Delores of Barre, Mrs. Gladys Sawyer and Ralph Aldrich were in Quebec Canada last weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Aldrich and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Shute of Len- noxville, cousins of Mr. Aldrich. They also shopped in Sherbrooke and found prices high plus an eight per cent tax. Mrs. Stella Knapp was hostess to 13 members of the Triangle Club at her home in E. Corinth Wednesday. Laura Parker was co-hostess. The meeting opened with a flag salute and prayer for peace. Several reports were read and old business con- tinued. Ten members at- tended the County Council meeting, and stveral are planning to attend the National meeting at Durham, N.H., this year. It was voted to send . to help on one day's expenses for two past presidents at this meeting. Edith Osmer is ill and at Central Vermont Hospital, Barre. The meeting adjourned at 12:30 p.m. for dinner. The afternoon program was on spuds (potatoes) and presented by Herma Clement. There will be no meeting on July I but the annual picnic will be held July 22 at the home of Lillian Lamb. Riverside Grange No. 455 met at the Grange Hall Monday evening for their regular meeting and in- spection. Nearly all officers were present. Master Gloria Miller presided. After the reports, a letter was read from the National Grange on "Deaf Activities" offering free to all elementary teachers in grades 4-6-- a free program. The grange master and Chairman of activities Marjorie Perkins have presented to Peter Riohards, principal of Union 36, a cer- tificate from Riverside, hoping this free service will be made available to the deaf or hearing impaired. Deputy Ralph W. Astle and Current Town Clerk's Office Hours are: 6 - 8 Tuesday and Thursday and 9-12 Saturday. Current Library Hours are: 0 - 12 and 1 - 8 Tuesday and 9 - 12 Saturday. The library is no longer open on Thursday. The beautiful Piermont Inn sign painted by artist-owner Karen Brown is now out, marking the opening of the season. The first advance reservation guest arrived Thursday. At the Library Trustees meeting last week reports from the state meeting em- phasized that the chief job of the trustees was to manage library funds. Our trustees do that and more. Mrs. Philip Robinson is manning the desk while Mrs. Lawrence Underhill is on vacation. The Board enthusiastically en- dorsed and recommended programs for "Summertime Adventure" at the library proposed by the librarians for each Saturday for children of all ages. Possibilities are: no- cook food preparation, stamp collecting and crafts a seashell show, a wild plant field trip, and more. Adults willing to share a lobby or craft are needed and may report to library personnel. Come Tuesday or Saturday to play a table game, browse or read in a cool, quiet spot. Hostesses Ms. Roy Belyea, Stephen Underhill, Charles Morrill and Eugene Robbing were gratified with the steady, all-day attendance at the Historical Society Open House on Yankee Independent Memorial Day. In addition to displays in the historical rooms, there were Robert Evan's loaned wares from the Evans Tin Shop, Vira Clayburn's butterbox from the Clayburn Box extensive loan made tools Morrill. One who sto interested in since she was art student The little Week -- p.m. EDT "A -- opera. First Person Second Perrin. With the moose other mi been evening migrate to south) their brief cemetery have been some time until fall The Rev. visited the at Veteran's week. Howard French. Mr. Mr. Robb did Sheldon who sferred to Hospital fr0 chcock. He surgery. Bill the Hampshir honors for His mother tended the The looking for a out the Veghte. requested selectmen. The third and fourth degrees were conferred in full on three candidates, Mrs. Mary FortunatE, Mrs. Jeanne Kennedy and Miken Wilds. It W. Topsham Mrs. The W. Topsham com.-and Mrs. munity Hall was filled to performed. capacity May23 for the Talent Show, benefitting the Tri- the show Village Fire Dept. and Mrs. Robert sponsored by the Women's Mrs. Bill Auxiliary. The Talent Show Mrs. Stanley included Chairman and Tickets Master of Ceremony Berdie show by RoSe Perry with Wine (Hight) Peixotto for Rogue at her electric organ, followed. First on the program was a Swingers skit "W. Topsham Barber Bradford Shop" director Ted Martel. (Hight) Other actors included Charles organ Cilley, Roland Peixotto, Montpelier. Stanley Wadsworth. Honorable Mike Smith played guitar were given and sang assisted by children worker by in the audience. Mr. and Mrs. assisted by John Patterson sang while Just one John accompanied on guitar, to each tap dancer, "Little Miss helped in Wendy Clark" of East Barre. iTalent ShO Riverside Grange No. 455 put :success. on a skit G-R-A-N-G-E- No. 455 Radio Station with announcer Milton Partington and Mr. and Air Mrs. Guy Miller, Paul in Williams, Mary Lund of E. Corinth, Grace Gibby also Helen Largin (photegraler McKee, of town) as actors. Senior The skit followed by lob William B. Benjamin of Bradford who has been played guitar and sang. The Air Force W. Topsham Singers of the completing Sunday School were presented training. by Jennifer Harrington and During Natallie Duboise, who sang Lackland with no music also one song Tex., the was performed in sign Air language. Fiddlers for the evening were Gene Eastman of E. Corinth and Carl Sample of E. In Barre. Both in their early eighties credits they were well received. They degree were accompanied by WinE through Rogue on electric organ. At the close of the Talent The Show the AI Monty Square Dancers -- including Mr. and commun Mrs. Roland Peixotto, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cilley, Mr. and McKee Mrs. Richard Covey, Mr. and Bellevue Mrs. Guy Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Bellevue, Walter Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Dawin Parker, Mr. and Mrs. FARAH 181 South Main Street Doherty. Mrs. Astle were guests. Francis Thompson and Mr. $i 00 Barre, Vermont Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Brent T , I GertrudeHedge go Smith, Adam, Joshua, and /Ol$11am I I I I 439-5422 ... in solids or Aaron; Mr. and Mrs. Craig fancies. Powers, Mrs. Lee Frost, and Mrs. Helen Frost is a patient Richard Colby is a patient in AF Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bailey, in the hospital in Burlington. Central Vermont Hospital WARRI Lisa and Lynn, all of Groton; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Frost following an injury. FREE GIFT CALL: Yur ('entral Verntont and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon are the grandparents of a girl, Several from town attended James Peterson and daughter Tina Betsy Lynn, born to Mr. and the chicken barbecue held in has WRAPPING were guests Wednesday Mrs. Donald Carlton on May E. Corinth on Sunday. to 23. Mrs. Carlton is a patient in A plaque was dedicated to following Mary Hitchcock Hospital in Frank Miller during the pROi Hanover, N.H. morning worship service on Phone444.2742 Cali coilect. Mrs. Mary Smith hosted a Sunday. This was in ap- Tupperware party at her preciation for the support that Cadet heme one evening this week. he has given to the church who | CLEANEI00$ Mr. and Mrs. Harry overtheyears, military W[tLS R|VER LANOKOMAT. Wells River, Yr. Dickerman are visiting his Gertrude Hedge and training, PIKE STORE, Pike, N.H. MIN1 SNO@ -- McLAM'sST0ffiE. E. Corinth, Vt, 'sister, Mrs. Bernice White. He Bradley Hedge were in FAiKLEE GENERAL. FoirleL VV. attended his 50th reunion of Orlando, Fla. Last week begin Woodsvllle, [N.H Your complete lotktl m Intr . ORFOItOVlLL[ STORE. 0r(ordviile, N.H his class at the Alumni Bradley was visiting relatives leading t. 10hnsbury, Vt. Fr pk'k-q  deUvm-f rvke " 'Banquet of Bradford and Gertrude was attending science Academy. the national PTA Convention. mi Page 6-The Journal Opinion-June 10, 1981 Newbury branch of BNB holds opening NEWBURY--Some 400 persons helped the Bradford National Bank celebrate the grand opening of its recently established branch in Newbury June 5. A tent was set up between the small, historic brick building that houses the branch bank and the town clerk-post office building and refreshments were served throughout the day from I0 a.m.-4p.m. The bank building is the former town clerk's office and the celebration also in- corporated open house for the new town clerk's office. The Daughters of the American Revolution catered the affair with coffee, doughnuts, pastries, sand- withes and homemade cake and cookies throughout the morning and noon hour, and lemonade and ice cream in the afternoon. Directors of the bank mingled with the guests. The branch bank has ac- cH ATTING--Bradford National Bank President Paul Galleraul talks with senior customer at Grand tually been in operation since Opening of Newbury Dec. 15 but the grand opening" celebration was held this Branch. month in order to take ad- vantage of better weather Mrs. Susan Barrett of outdoors and because many Bradford is manager of the Newbury residents wereaway Newbury branch, assisted by last winter. Mrs. Geraldean Sulham of J I - Wells River. WELL DRILLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE COMPLETE WAT EI SYSTEMS INSTALLi:D FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI WHAT'S ALL THE EX- CITEMENT?- Toby Rower of Newbury, 15 months old, joins in Bradford National Bank Artesian Well Co. BrpVw Drwe R D Barre Vt 476 4832 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE mH branch Grand Opening. fall Joe I],P 1-603-448-3181 SALES & SERVICE BAGS & SUPPtlES. I I ............................... GRAND OPENING--Participating in Grand Opening of Newbury Branch of Bradford National Bank are, from left: Frances Welch, DAR secretary; Barbara Welch, Newbury Town Clerk; Ruth Webster, DAR Regent; Susan Barrett, Newbury branch manager; Jack Webster, Chairman of the Board, BNB; Elizabeth Miller, State vice Regent, DAR; JOhn Zampleri, bank director; and doughnut during Newbury CELEBRATION CAKF_.--- Bradford Daughters of .................... " American Revolution prepared cake for Brad- ford National Bank's Grand Opening of Newhnry Branch. FARAH SLACKS make the perfect gift for all the men on your list! Young men's too! Wah_able_00utm .... I00at color00 FARAH, they just fit better. Priced from ... $15. o0 to State Mensa group meets LUNENBURG--The Vermont Chapter of American Mensa Limited met May 17 at the Steinhour Press, Lunenburg. Mensa business included the appointment of Don Grout, Randolph, as Vermont Mensa proctor. He replaces Charles Kulp who recently moved. Peter Wagner, Lyndonville, resigned as newsletter editor. He is succeeded by Shirley Ann Elias, Wells River, public relations director. Anyone interested in qualifying for membership may write to Vermont Mensa, Box 826. Montpelier, VT 05602. BMU board sets meeting  WELLS RIVER--Superin- = : tendent Keith Ober has reported receipt of a loan up to $85,000 for emergency repairs on the roof of Blue Mountain Union School. The school board has scheduled a special meeting at 8 p.m. June 17 to discuss the roof repairs, the revised 1981- 82 school budget and other matters. The revised budget is $78,000 less than the original budget, including cuts in roof repairs, vacation employment, kin- dergarten transportation, salaries for dramatics, band instruction, yearbook, poets- in-the-school program, talented and gifted program director, education aide, field trips, athletic transportation, and 40 per cent cuts in non- mandatory services, materials and equipment. Policy changes to be con- sidered include the fee structure for use of school facilities attendance excuses for 18-year-olds, free stage admission to school events, transportation of kin- dergarten students, bus route scheduling, and the hot lunch program. Also to be considered are public relations after a suggestion that the public should be better informed about upcoming school board activities. BITS OF INFORMATION A male swan is known as a cob. a femaleswan is a nen. Houle Auto Sales,!Nc N Ryegate, Children's Day Exercises were held Sunday morning, May 31, at the United Presbyterian Church here, with the Sunday School students in charge of the church service. Special music was provided by Darcy Nelson and Timothy White on their saxophones, and Vicki Clark on both the trumpet and the piano. Ttie Sunday School classes sang several songs, one of which was ac- companied by Joe Perkins on his ukulele. Jeffrey and Vicki Clark led many portions of the service, the offering was received by Darren Leonard, Timothy White, Darcy Nelson, and Joe Perkins, and Rev. Marion Redding gave a Children's Message. Sunday School students who com- pleted the year, gave Class Presentations, and received certificates of promotion were: Nursery Class -- Jessica Williams. Bobbi-Lyn Sargent, Jared McLure, Andrea Nelson, and James Nelson; Kindergarten Class -- Ethan Nelson, Kimberly McLure, Hannah Nelson, Jeremy DeRusha, Curtis Nelson, Jason Smith, Joshua White, Amanda Beauvais, and Melissa Gates; First and Second Grade -- Daniel Leonard, Benjamin White, Matthew Nelson, Peter Gates, Kerrie Vance, Tad Beauvais, Grant Nelson, James Smith, and Gordon Perkins; Third and Fourth Grades -- Eriea Piper, Wendy Vance, and Jeffrey Leonard; Fourth and Fifth Grades Darren Leonard, Darcy Nelson, Timothy White, and Gene Perkins, Jr.; Grades Seven through Eleven -- Vicki Clark and Jeffrey Clark. Sunday School Superin- tendent Stewart White also presented Erica Piper with a Bible. At the close of the service potted marigolds were distributed to each child in memory of Gordon Perkins, given by Mrs. Arlene Perkins Eastman and the family. Serving as Sunday School teachers during the past year were Rachel Gates, Joyce White, Marsha Nelson, Stewart White, and Nancy Perkins. Mrs. Walter Main with Mrs. Rena Vigneau of Wells River, attended the Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital Auxiliary May Walk in Danville Saturday, May 23. They toured 14 homes, and enjoyed a tea and a luncheon at the Creamery Restaurant. Kelly Collins participated in a piano recital Sunday af- ternoon. May 31, at Miss Katrina Muun's in Bradford. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Collins, with Mr. and Mrs. John Zampieri and Mrs. Bernie Frost of S. Ryegate were in Washington, D.C. recently to attend a State Department Dinner with Secretary of State Alexander Haig as guest speaker. They were invited to Washington as guests of the Executive Council for Foreign Diplomats. The Collins' were away four days and visited many of the sights in the Nation's Capital. One evening they, with the Zampieris, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rodolfo Silva in Arlington, Va. Mr. Silva is a former diplomat from Costa Rica and was a guest in the Collins' home when United Nations diplomats were in the Ryegate area. Mr. and Mrs. William Dickerson were overnight guests Tuesday, June 2, of her daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Graham and Douglas, Jr. in Goshen. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Main had as a weekend guest May 30-31 their daughter Mrs. Owen Winter of Barre. Joining them for Sunday dinner were Jon Winter of Barre and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Page, Melissa and Steven of Groton. Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Nelson, Darcy, Matthew, and Ethan were in Lenox, Mass., Saturday, May 30, to attend the wedding of their cousin, Patricia Hitchcock, to Gerard Nancy Perkins 584-3611 evening, May 27, of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Frost, Marlo and Marcella for birthday cake and ice cream in celebration of Marcella's 10th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Nelson, Darcy, Matthew, and Ethan and Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, Grant, Hannah, Andrew, and Betsey were guests for a cookout Sunday, May 31, of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Beauvais, Tad, Amanda, and Meredith. Judy Vance, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vance of Ryegate and a Junior at Blue Mountain Union School, was inducted into the National Honor Society Thursday evening, May 28. Members are selected by the faculty on the basis of scholarship ser- vice, leadership, and character. National Honor Society members and in- ductees were guests of the faculty for a banquet at the school Thursday evening. Judy's parents, sister Bonnie, and brother Ricky attended the induction ceremony. Dr. and Mrs. Bertram Eck- mann of Riverside, Calif., were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty Tuesday, June 2. Mr. Eck- mann was a doctor at the Tuberculosis Sanitorium in Glencliff, N.H., in 1951-1952, and from there they moved to Riverside, Calif. Dr. Eck- mann is now the Chief of Medical Staff at Riverside Medical Hospital and University Medical Center. Andrea Nelson was an overnight guest Wednesday, May 27, of Mr. and Mrs. Edward McLure and daughter Kimberly. That same night Jared McLure slept over with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Curtis and James. Waits River The first chick pie supper of the season was had at Fellowship Hall Saturday evening for the benefit of the church and was very suc- cessful. Mrs. Edson Harrington and Delores of Barre, Mrs. Gladys Sawyer and Ralph Aldrich were in Quebec Canada last weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Aldrich and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Shute of Len- noxville, cousins of Mr. Aldrich. They also shopped in Sherbrooke and found prices high plus an eight per cent tax. Mrs. Stella Knapp was hostess to 13 members of the Triangle Club at her home in E. Corinth Wednesday. Laura Parker was co-hostess. The meeting opened with a flag salute and prayer for peace. Several reports were read and old business con- tinued. Ten members at- tended the County Council meeting, and stveral are planning to attend the National meeting at Durham, N.H., this year. It was voted to send . to help on one day's expenses for two past presidents at this meeting. Edith Osmer is ill and at Central Vermont Hospital, Barre. The meeting adjourned at 12:30 p.m. for dinner. The afternoon program was on spuds (potatoes) and presented by Herma Clement. There will be no meeting on July I but the annual picnic will be held July 22 at the home of Lillian Lamb. Riverside Grange No. 455 met at the Grange Hall Monday evening for their regular meeting and in- spection. Nearly all officers were present. Master Gloria Miller presided. After the reports, a letter was read from the National Grange on "Deaf Activities" offering free to all elementary teachers in grades 4-6-- a free program. The grange master and Chairman of activities Marjorie Perkins have presented to Peter Riohards, principal of Union 36, a cer- tificate from Riverside, hoping this free service will be made available to the deaf or hearing impaired. Deputy Ralph W. Astle and Current Town Clerk's Office Hours are: 6 - 8 Tuesday and Thursday and 9-12 Saturday. Current Library Hours are: 0 - 12 and 1 - 8 Tuesday and 9 - 12 Saturday. The library is no longer open on Thursday. The beautiful Piermont Inn sign painted by artist-owner Karen Brown is now out, marking the opening of the season. The first advance reservation guest arrived Thursday. At the Library Trustees meeting last week reports from the state meeting em- phasized that the chief job of the trustees was to manage library funds. Our trustees do that and more. Mrs. Philip Robinson is manning the desk while Mrs. Lawrence Underhill is on vacation. The Board enthusiastically en- dorsed and recommended programs for "Summertime Adventure" at the library proposed by the librarians for each Saturday for children of all ages. Possibilities are: no- cook food preparation, stamp collecting and crafts a seashell show, a wild plant field trip, and more. Adults willing to share a lobby or craft are needed and may report to library personnel. Come Tuesday or Saturday to play a table game, browse or read in a cool, quiet spot. Hostesses Ms. Roy Belyea, Stephen Underhill, Charles Morrill and Eugene Robbing were gratified with the steady, all-day attendance at the Historical Society Open House on Yankee Independent Memorial Day. In addition to displays in the historical rooms, there were Robert Evan's loaned wares from the Evans Tin Shop, Vira Clayburn's butterbox from the Clayburn Box extensive loan made tools Morrill. One who sto interested in since she was art student The little Week -- p.m. EDT "A -- opera. First Person Second Perrin. With the moose other mi been evening migrate to south) their brief cemetery have been some time until fall The Rev. visited the at Veteran's week. Howard French. Mr. Mr. Robb did Sheldon who sferred to Hospital fr0 chcock. He surgery. Bill the Hampshir honors for His mother tended the The looking for a out the Veghte. requested selectmen. The third and fourth degrees were conferred in full on three candidates, Mrs. Mary FortunatE, Mrs. Jeanne Kennedy and Miken Wilds. It W. Topsham Mrs. The W. Topsham com.-and Mrs. munity Hall was filled to performed. capacity May23 for the Talent Show, benefitting the Tri- the show Village Fire Dept. and Mrs. Robert sponsored by the Women's Mrs. Bill Auxiliary. The Talent Show Mrs. Stanley included Chairman and Tickets Master of Ceremony Berdie show by RoSe Perry with Wine (Hight) Peixotto for Rogue at her electric organ, followed. First on the program was a Swingers skit "W. Topsham Barber Bradford Shop" director Ted Martel. (Hight) Other actors included Charles organ Cilley, Roland Peixotto, Montpelier. Stanley Wadsworth. Honorable Mike Smith played guitar were given and sang assisted by children worker by in the audience. Mr. and Mrs. assisted by John Patterson sang while Just one John accompanied on guitar, to each tap dancer, "Little Miss helped in Wendy Clark" of East Barre. iTalent ShO Riverside Grange No. 455 put :success. on a skit G-R-A-N-G-E- No. 455 Radio Station with announcer Milton Partington and Mr. and Air Mrs. Guy Miller, Paul in Williams, Mary Lund of E. Corinth, Grace Gibby also Helen Largin (photegraler McKee, of town) as actors. Senior The skit followed by lob William B. Benjamin of Bradford who has been played guitar and sang. The Air Force W. Topsham Singers of the completing Sunday School were presented training. by Jennifer Harrington and During Natallie Duboise, who sang Lackland with no music also one song Tex., the was performed in sign Air language. Fiddlers for the evening were Gene Eastman of E. Corinth and Carl Sample of E. In Barre. Both in their early eighties credits they were well received. They degree were accompanied by WinE through Rogue on electric organ. At the close of the Talent The Show the AI Monty Square Dancers -- including Mr. and commun Mrs. Roland Peixotto, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cilley, Mr. and McKee Mrs. Richard Covey, Mr. and Bellevue Mrs. Guy Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Bellevue, Walter Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Dawin Parker, Mr. and Mrs. FARAH 181 South Main Street Doherty. Mrs. Astle were guests. Francis Thompson and Mr. $i 00 Barre, Vermont Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Brent T , I GertrudeHedge go Smith, Adam, Joshua, and /Ol$11am I I I I 439-5422 ... in solids or Aaron; Mr. and Mrs. Craig fancies. Powers, Mrs. Lee Frost, and Mrs. Helen Frost is a patient Richard Colby is a patient in AF Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bailey, in the hospital in Burlington. Central Vermont Hospital WARRI Lisa and Lynn, all of Groton; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Frost following an injury. FREE GIFT CALL: Yur ('entral Verntont and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon are the grandparents of a girl, Several from town attended James Peterson and daughter Tina Betsy Lynn, born to Mr. and the chicken barbecue held in has WRAPPING were guests Wednesday Mrs. Donald Carlton on May E. Corinth on Sunday. to 23. Mrs. Carlton is a patient in A plaque was dedicated to following Mary Hitchcock Hospital in Frank Miller during the pROi Hanover, N.H. morning worship service on Phone444.2742 Cali coilect. Mrs. Mary Smith hosted a Sunday. This was in ap- Tupperware party at her preciation for the support that Cadet heme one evening this week. he has given to the church who | CLEANEI00$ Mr. and Mrs. Harry overtheyears, military W[tLS R|VER LANOKOMAT. Wells River, Yr. Dickerman are visiting his Gertrude Hedge and training, PIKE STORE, Pike, N.H. MIN1 SNO@ -- McLAM'sST0ffiE. E. Corinth, Vt, 'sister, Mrs. Bernice White. He Bradley Hedge were in FAiKLEE GENERAL. FoirleL VV. attended his 50th reunion of Orlando, Fla. Last week begin Woodsvllle, [N.H Your complete lotktl m Intr . ORFOItOVlLL[ STORE. 0r(ordviile, N.H his class at the Alumni Bradley was visiting relatives leading t. 10hnsbury, Vt. Fr pk'k-q  deUvm-f rvke " 'Banquet of Bradford and Gertrude was attending science Academy. the national PTA Convention. mi