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Page 8-The Journal Opinion-June 10, 1981 on the bandstand. N.H. Electric severed the power there last spring as it never had had a meter to it. The dance held Saturday night seemed to be a great success as Mt. Magie seemed to pleas e the crowd. Watch your papers for further in- formation on the celebration. The community is saddened by the passing of Kay Ward recently. The O.E.S. service was at the Ricker Funeral Home in Woodsville Tuesday evening and the funeral service was Wednesday. Kay passed away at the Sceva Spear Hospital Saturday. The Methodist Church was filled to near capacity for the funeral of Robert Pike this week. This is a true indication of the many friends of this man, and those friends respect of him. Asquamchumaukee SnoW- mobile Club meets June 14 with the Bushaws and they are planning a cookout. More II I I I Warren i Floyd R. Ray 764-9979 Old.Home Day passing of Robert Pike of this Committee town. A 33-year employee of The committee is mailing the Fish and Game Dept., he plans for the big celebration would have retired as of June July 11. Anyone wanting a this year. He suffered a long concession please contact and painful illness and at least Jane Belyea or Bruce Bum-now that has ended. Our ford for information. Also condolences to the family. anyone interested in entering Services at the Methodist the parade contact Marie Church at 2:00 p.m. Wed- Spencer or Nelson Kennedy. nesday. The theme this year is The Cystic Fibrosis monies "Year of the Family." Plans are coming in well and all are also underway for the should be in by this time, if not Woodsman Contest. The get them in. Thanks kids, you committee are also trying to had a good ride, for a good get the Electricity booked up cause. Wentworth . Marcella Hoffman 764-5795 Miss Ursula Kennedy is visiting friends in Plymouth, Conn., and Tarrytown, N.Y. Mrs. David Breck has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Kenneth Bates. Mrs. Mildred Bixby is ill at her home. June Smith has had an exciting week or so. On May 29 she met her 13-year-old grandson, Christopher Wright, who flew into Logan Airport from Portland, Ore. He is the son of the former Susan Wright. Christopher will spend the summer with his grandparents visiting relatives in the area. On May 30, June was given a birthday dinner at Greenwood's restaurant in Hebron by her daughter Ruth and son-in-law Dale Gilbert. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hobbs details later, and, of course, Stafford Smith. A near frost Wednesday a.m. when the mercury went down to about 35 degrees. However no result of a frost have been detected. Good weather over the second Memorial Day, but traffic was confined mostly to local people. Don't forget the reception for the new minister and St. John's Day Sunday, June 21. Everybody come. On June 6 the first great granddaughter in the Smith family arrived when Mr. and Plaques l,ing awarded at Woedsville United Methodist Church for 50 years or more of mem- bership, (back row i-r) Rev. 8hafer, C. L. Butson, Lay Leader Norman Davis. (front row I-r) Edwin N. Haverhill -- Katharine Blaisdell Immmm 787-6315 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Salmon of Lindsay, Okla. (she was Marlene King) have been in the area a few days visiting relatives and friends. They called on Florence Clough Tuesday morning. Howard O. Hanson of N Chamberlin (61 years membership), John Kennedy, his mother, Goldle Kennedy (71 years), and Hazel Mouiton. These represent a total of 301 years of membership in this church. Mrs. Barry Paquette became the parents of Crystal June, 6 Asheville, N. C. visited pound, 10 ounce, at Woodsville relatives in town on his way to Hospital. Maternal grand- Canaan, Vt., to attend his parents are Mr. and Mrs. daughter Merrilee's Carol Kinne, and maternal graduation from high school. great grandparents, Elofford Merrflee will he attending and June Smith. Paternal Keenc State College. His other grandparents are Emma daughter, Holly, a junior at Kinne of Rumney and the late Dartmouth, was just elected Karen Valier has just Robert Kinne. Paternal co-captain of the 1982 crew completed her studies at grandparents were the late team. Hesser Business School and is Mr. and Mrs. Niry Paquette of A lot of trees .were down now working at her skills. Plymouth. after the severe storm The Fremont Swains of Thursday afternoon. Much At the North Haverhill IJnited Methodist Church on May 31, Lay Leader James Karen spent several years Hood presenting to Douglas White a plaque honoring 50 years of membership in with the Stanley Short family Concord were at their place damage occurred, par- this weekend, ticularly at Merrill Lynaugh's the church. Reverend William Sharer is at right. herein Warren. Plans for the Wentworth and Elsie Church's. A huge atT theU°llv%ng reiwint Fourth of July celebration will tree went down. at No rlnan ....... a,all Plcknell Wednesday evening, Del ,r,sacuss,,. at a meeting  eennc  away irom Bath Village ° 7007-00s Fairlee ''"?. - ".Y"; '/ o,-,-n" ancl individuals in- den'h'ifer and Dny are ome or tile new books tn Merrillhnd Phyllis Schoffand Mrsl Esther Johnson $10.$25;andLeslletmi|°fWarren terwted"', are urged to attend, staying with her parents, Bath Library are: Wlldwing the door prizes went to Evelyn l 333-9704 Kenneth Mosholder has The Wentworth Mary andDickAllhee. Ruth's byPheebeEricksou--a3rdte Ramsdell and Haines Schoff. The ladies of the Com- ret from Mary Hit- Congregational Church will husband John will be coming 6th grade reading level book Cookies, coffee and tea were munity Circle have planted ehcock Hospital where he had observe Children's Sunday hack from Iceland on June 24 by a local author and served, the flower boxes on the ban- surgery on his arm. We wish June 14 at the 10:30 a.m. after a year of remote "tour iUnstrator. It tells the story of Recent visitors of Mr. and dstand and front of the Town him a speedy recovery, as he service when the entire ser- with the Air Force. In August how a young Indian boy finds a Mrs. Verne Sherman have Hall. They would appreciate will be wanting to snowmobile vice will be conducted by the they will be going to Germany. wild colt and what eventually been Mr. and Mrs. Howard help in keeping the plants soon. young people. Each one is for three years. John was has to happen for the good of Campbell of Keene and Forest watered during the summer. Don't forget the important asked to bring a picnic lunch recently promoted to master that horse. Stereo by Richard Lake on Sunday May 10. On The home of Mr. and Mrs. meetings at the Mothodist to he enjoyed on the Common sergeant. Lyttle -- The complete May llth Mr. and Mrs. Gary O'Donnell was the scene Church, June 7th at 4:00 p.m. after church. Watermelon will Lewis and Wanda Jeffrey, beginners' guide. If you are Clarence Stone of Keene of a get-together of friends and ia party for Mis Williamson be provided for the ehildren, recently married, arelivingat interested in having a good called. On May 24th Mr. and relatives, Sunday. ,. u .... kh, a .... h,,.. ,,t French Pond Lewis is sound system this book will Mrs. Neff Lufkin of New Mrs. MariOn Webster, of Jm ll&aUiil I Illll  • • = ".-- . * who is leaving the charge, and ,. =n, ss, .I, M,m,,hlv'worglng for tne tmzier tell you all you need to know to Britain, Conn.; also on May White River Jct., has been Juneto take2lStoverf°r thethe neWcharge,ministerMr, w'as'i'nduc"d r;a ;:ro'Hff,oqVarena OnmAcilor0ve  achieve that goal. Helen and 24th Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kaiser visiting friends in the area. and Mrs. Eric Snogren. Come Honor Society at the recent p y The Teacher by Joseph P. and two daughters of Swift- Mrs. Hazel Flanders, out and welcome them., exercises held at Plymouth at Wondsville Guaranty Lash -- a new book on the water called. Several relatives and Area High School. Savings Bank, story of Helen Keller. It assistant the Vermont state coordinator Driver for R,ih Whittemore of Lvme Renie 'Docker is home after reveals some new and m- friends attended the funeral .."-.7" "t ..... =.,..Za.q a six,weck visit with her teresting facts on her life. , Newbu00 Improvement Program was U'lJ'" '©" "==""" .......... the guest speaker at the service for Harold Moses at Sunday afternoon with a call. tamuy in mgmna. They also Don't forget story and fun the Congregational Church in The ladies who had worked visited Spain and North heur beginning on June l8th at IsabelWhltney Windsor County Retired Plymouth Thursday. Our together in the Dartmouth Africa. . . . . the library. It will be held 866-5676 Teachers Association inWhite condolences to the family. latino Aociation for a lon James MClntyre has every Thursday at 10:30-11:30 Jack and Cindy Thomas, River Jct. May 21. In ad- Many summer visitors and ti-m'e"as'-not-n eac--h oth returned afterafamilyvisitln a.m. All Bath children are with Beau and Ryan, from dressing the group, Mrs. tourist were around for the Enosburg Falls, have been Flanders emphasized that this first Memorial day, now we forseveralyears. Ca"nada'Ife F . _ , invited, visiting his parents at River program which was developed Paul Davis saved himself Mrs. nr, ranch ona Bath Village Bend. They came with Cindy's by the National Retired will have to see what the from injury when he jumned Road, !s at Mary Hitchcock 8¢hoolNews parents, Mr. and Mrs. Teachers Association and the second one will bring. At least The 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Parimore who drove from Association of Retired Per- there is gasoline, this year, do from his company truck w[n Memm'lal Hospital following you remember two years ago? it lost its brakes coming down .suc..cessful knee surgery and is graders went to the Montshire . . NeilBarry, son of Leo Barry Ellsworth Hill Wednesday m me same room as Margaret Museum in Hanover on Kansas in their motor home. sons, is umque in that it is the who lived in this town 30years morning. The vehicle tmlmann.. .... Thursday May 29th. They Mrs. McLam and children only course of its kind geared sustained considerable. Ten m en. ot me units mrticilated in a nature walk brought two lambs to Sleepers to the needs of persons 55 Meadow Monday evening, years old or older. ago, was calling on people this damage as It" struck a tree. lllemonist women met at the observing field, forest, stream One, chocolate-colored, took Mrs. Palma Noyes and son weekend. The family now r=,ia ¢MII officer Tom church June 3 for a work and pond. The children also ' ........ an instant aversion to Bart, Travis, of Fort Walton Beach, reside in Connecticut. Smith or help from the meet i.ng. Tleymadecra..sfor enjoyed the interesting and the large shaggy dog, and Fla., William Chapman, of MousilaukeChapter Mccormick home on the hilL ¢neauiymiooaanacrattsm. . exciting exhibits in the bounded off across the road. It New Orleans, La., and Mr. No.OE8 Gary Robinson of Rumney The club will sponsor the July museum. Afterwards all took took 2ominutes and six people and Mrs. Robert Ward, Jr. The regular meeting of the Moosilauke Chapter No. 68 totalled his car late Saturday birthday party at tl. County a mile walk from the museum to catch it. Pete Cole was the and sons Scan and Robert III, " I'd" home helen manerlora ana to the center of Hanover lucky catcher, the lamb of Jacksonville, N.C., are m ht when he sl rot0 the_ .. • .... OES, convened with Worthy  on the side of the 'road ouy tarnara were on passing all the historical charged him and knocked his visiting their parents, Mr. and Matron Nancy Bumford and Worthy Patron Everett W. and hit a protruding rock on committee f°r the meeting • building until they arrived at Peter's) head against the Mrs. Laland Chapman and inpresiding. Rt. 5 near Thomas Wolfe's the Ice Cream Machine. Ice BITSOF cream was enjoyed by all[ cement silo. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward, At the cloe of th mtin a home, He was uninjured. __ _  Ray Donaldson has been Sr. .............. " " " INF most inter'"n .... ..._ ..;.. Assistant Police Officer ORMATION 'metrove range • • ........ convalescing n Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. • resented b- Francis Muzz" ThomasWolfeassmtedh=m, grmip of goldfinches is rncreguiarmeeung°tne'Massachusetts, he is retur- Walker, of Baton Rouge, La., v .  ... , ..# ealledacharm. Grove Grange_was held ning to Ekolott Farm this are visiting their sen, Mr. and Wno snoweo SIIOes from tne .. WentworthHistoricalsociety. llchort- l I I  HfldahBndard Monaayevening, Junetame weekend. Mrs. Scott has Mrs. Richard Walker, and Many of these were residences .,,.v., .... S3s-25 Town Hall wth all office returned home from Cottage family. present except the Flora aria Hos ital nd i - -- which have been g.one..f a JuneBlrthday came the bountiful luncheon of planlst." " The theme of the verv weilP a s com,. ....  Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert numver o[ years ana naa een Varney and sons Gilbert and ..... , Luncheon salads, baked beans, cole !ectu_rer'sp.rogram was "June Leroi "Brown-Gilbride is Geoffrey, have returned from mrgoten until mey appearea Where did the 74 members slaw, home baked bread, and m a Busy Monm, ana openen ouite himself aoain havin, on screen. . . , and seven guests of the birthday cakes  Beulah wit ...... ° ............ , a trip to Seattle, Wash., where AsmcerevoteoftnanKswas Ammonoosuc Vale i r • h a roll call by all WhenI had the attention of two they visited their daughter ...... :: . _. ! y Sen o Bowles and Ida Gray) Graduated." To corn-veterinarians and family, Mr. and Mrs. exrnaen jo Mr, MUZZ. y tot ms Citizens come from on June 3 arranged by Onnoiee inamorata Flag Day a short John Grow'has been home Steven Law and Katy, and to, !ness ior.taa)ng time Irom to attend the June Birthday Daycock. article on "Our Flag" was 1 w .., .^ k_ ............. a I eek from ........  ,,= Moscow, Idaho, where they n., usy scnoo= semester to Luncheon at the Lisbon Town Secretary Bedard and aa ny wulmm cou ana had monoandisimproving. * attended the ,graduation of nrmg this evening of pleasure Hall o The sere w to our order. . n guests ere' Treasurer Morrison gave Christine Woods had a quiz on Una Smit sets off for the their son, Gregory, from the Velma Foote (sister of their reports, followed by a flags, summer to a ranch in Mon- University of Idaho. and husband, Mr. and Mrs. was among the graduates At the next meeting to be Richard DuttonL Harold and tribute to Flag Day, to Pads, Haines Schoff read an or- tans on June 15. She will be Kitty Jesseman furnished • • from VTC thin past month He held June 4th there will be a Madelyn Haskins, Evelyn and Ben Daycock's con. ticle on the Mormon very busy with outdoor ac- the special music on Ascen- Y .... Arthur Gra , their chddren and friends: Mr. and Mrs. majoredmengmeermg. tasting supper hefore the Star Keating (guest of Agnes tribution to "Using Wood for Repository of Records in Salt fivities and counseling. She sion Sunday at the Federated ......... Vsltors at the church closes for the summer RoweliL Betty Merrill (guest Fuel". The door prize winners LakeCity. ' flies out and hopes to return by Church. Miss Jesseman JamesTn°masGray,tray' RobertMcnaeGray;ray' una. ay ...... were ev. tzarem vacation. It is hoped all of Helen Wright), and Vera werH. Bedard, H. Wright, M Grange Card Party car. played Brahms' Intermezzo in Wendy Hastings, Beverh, Tobm, a former pastor, from members and officers will Smith sister of Eva Louden) Butson, L. Page, I. Gray, D. There were seven tables at 007 Sylvester has been C. Gray and Buzzv Churchili Home, Pa.; James Erwin and attend. The price is 15 cents a _ all formerly of Lisbon; and Whitcomb, V. Smith, M. the card party, sponsored by cross-examining the post-   , • Christie's three great gran- friend Kelly Day from Pen- dipand there will be a varied Nancy Miller of Franconia Stahlman, and V. Towle. The Pine Grove Grange held at the master about the latest COTTAGE AUXILIARY • • sacola, Fla ; also Mr and dehildren, Tracey, Jamle and .. .. -; .. , ". . menu toplease allpalates. {guest of Marion Finley). afternoon closed with card Town Hall, Tuesday evening, meeting at White River. He is WOOI)SVILLE--The Cottage Evan Kingsbury. She also _ • . . Mrs Muro0 Macbeoa o is will be a meeting to The free Blood Pressure games offered: ,Canasta, June 2. Prizes for the ladies intrigued with a new word she Hospital Auxiliary will meet enjoyed receiving many ssexL ndaaCt'" . ,. renew oar obligations to the Clinic for anyone over 18 was cribbage, "Pig, poker, were won by Nellie Hunt, high brought back "sortation." But in lhe hospital dining room at lovely cards from friends and y ':rwm arriven nome order and make plans for any well patronized with 51 at- Scrabble, and whist, score; Edith Ackerman, he has been unable to find it in 7:: p.m. June 1 I. Prospective family in surrounding towns. Saturday after having" com- projects to be held to increase tending, three of them new. By The date for the Lake second high score, andHelen th e dictionary. Trust funds during the summer 12:30, everyone welcomed Winnepesaukee trip is ten- Hunt, middle score. The men's Sylvester to check up on new members are welcome. Remembrance Martin is in pleted her first year at Pen- months. Howard Hatch, and were tative for June 24, startingat prizes were won by Charles governmentlaoguage, the Veterans Hespital in White sacola College in Florida. At t elosd  the meeting pleased to hear Catherine 10 a.m., and each to plan his Bailey, high score; Horace Mr. and Mrs. Richard BITSOF RiVerJct. delicious refreshments were served by Sister Celia Ball and Luclile Andrews. We are sorry to hear of the E. Corll Virginia Bedell Bradford , 4_39-57.29 Mrs. Marion Batchelder be attending the University of who was taken by ambulance Alaska in Fairbanks where the first week in May to she will be taking a course in Hanover Hospital with a heart orientation to rural elemen- attack returned home three tary and secondary education. weeks after and has been with Miss Morse will be a guest of her daughter and husband Mr. the Trumbower family in Ft. and Mrs. Gordon Hedge in W. Yukon. Both girls will be Fairlee for two weeks. She has touring Mt. McKinley Nat'l now returned to her Main Park and will he taking part in Street home in Bradford. a white water raft trip of 22 The American Legion Post miles down the Tanana River No. 20 held their monthly before returning home in July. meeting June 2 at the Legion Thursday afternoon, May Hall under Commander 28, through Saturday of- Milton Bedell. Delegates to ternoon, May 30, the piano State Convention in Rutland, studio of Katrina Munn was a June 25-26 and 27 were elected busy place as some 57 piano as follows: Milton Bedell, pupils were evaluated in the Raymond Thurber, Leonard annual auditions conducted by Dobbins, Richard Cushman, the National Guild of Piano Kenneth LaRoche, Harold Teachers. Katrina Munn is Haskins and Fred Waters. chairman of the Bradford Alternates are Charles center, and three other piano Zwicker, Warren Huntington, teachers brought their Burton Covey, Darrell students here to he heard by Maxwell, Herbert Grant, this year's adjudicator, Mrs. Howard Grant and Richard Cecile Pomei'leau of Partington. A summer raffle Burlington. Teachers par- was started, to be drawn the ticipating besides Miss Munn last day of the Connecticut were Linda Fuhrmeister of St. Valley Exposition. A newslate Johnsbury, Doris Fowler of of officers were elected to be Barre, and Alice Castello of installed at a later date as Woodsville, N. H. From coast follows: Commander --to coast over 90,000 pupils Milton Bedell; 1st Vice- participate in about 700 Richard Cushman; 2nd Vice centers each spring. -- Burton Covey; Adjutant -- Pupils of Mrs. Castello Raymond Thurber; Finance receiving pins and certificates Officer -- Charles Zwicker; were Christina Pierson, Chaplain -- Fred Waters; National (10-piece program), Historian Warren Huntington; Victoria Clark, State (7-9 Service Officer -- Darrell pieces), Maria Bartzis, Maxwell; and Sgt. at Arms -- Jennifer Gherardi, John Kenneth LaRoche. Meeting Glynn, Walter Signey, Brian convened and they joined the Simane, Jeffrey Simane, and auxiliary for refreshments. Joshua Steenburgh, District The American Legion (4-6 pieces). These represent Auxiliary Post No. 20 met with the towns of Newbury, President Elaine Covey Ryegate, Wells River, Pike presiding. After general and Woodsville. business the following people Pupils of Miss Munn were were nominated to go to State Keith Button, Elene Convention: Elaine Covey, Demetrules, ElizahethEdsall, Virginia Bedell, Arloa Robert Edsall, Alison Gould, Whitcher, Adella Southworth, Dehra Thompson, Heather Jannette Maxwell and Wood, Rexanna Zampieri, Shureen . Tullar. Alternates National members; Janet are Juanita Shearer, Vera Burow, Beth Button, Kelly Munn, Betty Bnshaw, Mabel Collins, Susan Kling, Abigail . R  Humphrey, Evelyn Dobbins Metcalf, Ass Metcalf, Emily and Maxine Burgess. Nera Olmsted, Helen Ritchie, Huntington is a delegate at Kristine Search, Timothy large. A nominating corn-Wilkins, District members; mittee was elected to get Steven Carson, Local (3 together a slate of officers for pieces), and Claire Mead, the next year, they were Vera Hobbyist (un-memorized Munn, Irene Fortin and program). These represent Virginia Moore. It was voted the towns of Bradford, E. to make a donation to the Corinth, Newbur and South Bradford Girt Scouts. Adella te in Vermont, and Winston Southworth and 'Maxlne Glencliff, Haverhill, Monroe, daughter LaRoche won the mystery Orford, Piermont and Conn.; gifts. Prizes were presented to Woodsville in New Hamp- Concord, Kathleen Partington for first shire. Jeanette prize in the poppy poster Certificates and pins earned contest. Richard Partington are awarded at pupils" won second and Kelli Williams recitals. Miss Munn's annual won third. Their parents were public recital was held Sun- N.Y. present for the presentation. A day, May 31, in the Bradford Clearwater gift was given two Jr. Congregational Church this members who will graduate Vestry. In addition to the Charles this month and will he going pupils listed above, the and the on to school. Refreshments following also participated: were in were put on by Alva Whitcher Susan Belyea and Kristie to attend and Sherry Tullar. A big Harris, both of Piermont, who United thanks to all the ones who commence lessons later in the helped sell poppies, season. The A Memorial Day barbecue stration was held Sunday, May 31 at Corinth the home Wanda's Rest Home. George Huntington did the barbecuing rieanor Burroughs" nam in with the help of his staff. All 439-5547 Frost pz enjoyed a nice meal and social The Sunday School Com- sprouts. time as relatives and friends mittee of the church at Corinth Mr. of the patients were there. On Center recently met to make Davidso May 15 the birthday party was plans for the summer days w held with the Pioneer Girls Vacation Bible School. This Calgary from the Bradford Free year the VBS is being planned Mrs. Church singing 'songs which for August 10-14. Parents wil weekenc all enjoyed hearing, he notified with the particula Jeff Aid Celebrating May birthdays details later. • Brad,t,,.B were Clayton Gilbert, Greta Phyllis Burroughs, Kenneth PVs: ia Duchalard, Annie Holden, Burroughs and their mother, " Stanley Nolan, and Ernest Edith Burroughs, of E. spent "s, Chandler. Wednesday June 3 Chelmsford, Mass. were sister, ! Clifford French showed slides recent dinner guests of Thursday of his antique cars and a trip Eleanor Burroughs. Mrs. D¢ to Lake Placid. Everyone Mrs. William Johnson and Eillington enjoyed this very much and friend, Bonnie Blevins, Officers thanked him for the sharing, returned from Florida last Order of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greer Thursday. They Will be had tlie misfortune to have an leaving soon for N. Ft. Myers, accident on their motorcycle Fla. where Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Sunday in Haverhill, The deer Johnson will he residing Johnson was destroyed and Arthur had permanently. to go to Hanover Hospital with Katie Kramer left Thursday ter an arm injury, morning for Barrington, N.H., Gary A specialchargeconference where she will spend the and and service will be held at the summer. Methodist Church Monday Visitors in the homeofEdah Mr. June 22 at 7:30 pm. All are and Gifford Sevene last week Hudson, invited, were Gerald and Alden True Monday Mrs. Christie Gray of of St. Johnsbury, also Mrs. were Bradford who was 85 years old Franklin Linton, Mrs. George and on May 15, celebrated with a Linton and her daughter and Mrs. family party on the 16th at the Lucille Aja all of Barre. son, home of her granddaughter On Wednesday Edah Serene Mrs. and family Mr. and Mrs. entertained a few friends for and Homer Kingsbury Jr. on the brunch. South Road. Those attending Ethan Eilertson, son of Mr. included Christies' daughter and Mrs. Edward Eilertson, Mr. and were at May 31 graduation Holland, Mrs. Harry wich. She laude with Political Mrs. S graduated Lyndon B.S. Education. area Sweet and and Mrs. River and Mrs. Rise Bradford. Mr. and thiey of weekend Mr. and White, Sr. N.H., spent their and Mrs. and Matthew, Va., who Lyndon, Vt., weekend parents, Mr. Rugg. -- Word has here that Mr, a former community, patient at Hospital it. Mr. pson were i 16 to attend for his Thompson. attending Bruce Mrs. The altar last ch Brockardt John and anniversarY  Mr. and Needham, weekend cottage on Road. Weekend given I Hovey N.H. featur marri, Stacey. • Mr. McGregor I) was at home. own lunch. Next Game Day is Woods, second high score, and Swenson are hack aftera visit Alice Gilbert has also June 1o, with prizes needed, Roscoe Noyes, middle score, in Minnesota. Their son Carl returned to her apartment in and refreshments planned by The special food prizes were has been home for a short visit The Heritage, Littleton. Then Captain Eva Louden. won by George Ramsdeli, belween tours of foreign duty Barre, Mr. INFORMATION Miss Judy Wark of Bradford BITS OF and J "Words havca longer life than and Miss Sheila Morse of INFORMATION deeds." Warwick Taxidermy left for 70 million tons of sucrose are ding Pindar Alaska June 3. Miss Wark will produced each year. Page 8-The Journal Opinion-June 10, 1981 on the bandstand. N.H. Electric severed the power there last spring as it never had had a meter to it. The dance held Saturday night seemed to be a great success as Mt. Magie seemed to pleas e the crowd. Watch your papers for further in- formation on the celebration. The community is saddened by the passing of Kay Ward recently. The O.E.S. service was at the Ricker Funeral Home in Woodsville Tuesday evening and the funeral service was Wednesday. Kay passed away at the Sceva Spear Hospital Saturday. The Methodist Church was filled to near capacity for the funeral of Robert Pike this week. This is a true indication of the many friends of this man, and those friends respect of him. Asquamchumaukee SnoW- mobile Club meets June 14 with the Bushaws and they are planning a cookout. More II I I I Warren i Floyd R. Ray 764-9979 Old.Home Day passing of Robert Pike of this Committee town. A 33-year employee of The committee is mailing the Fish and Game Dept., he plans for the big celebration would have retired as of June July 11. Anyone wanting a this year. He suffered a long concession please contact and painful illness and at least Jane Belyea or Bruce Bum-now that has ended. Our ford for information. Also condolences to the family. anyone interested in entering Services at the Methodist the parade contact Marie Church at 2:00 p.m. Wed- Spencer or Nelson Kennedy. nesday. The theme this year is The Cystic Fibrosis monies "Year of the Family." Plans are coming in well and all are also underway for the should be in by this time, if not Woodsman Contest. The get them in. Thanks kids, you committee are also trying to had a good ride, for a good get the Electricity booked up cause. Wentworth . Marcella Hoffman 764-5795 Miss Ursula Kennedy is visiting friends in Plymouth, Conn., and Tarrytown, N.Y. Mrs. David Breck has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Kenneth Bates. Mrs. Mildred Bixby is ill at her home. June Smith has had an exciting week or so. On May 29 she met her 13-year-old grandson, Christopher Wright, who flew into Logan Airport from Portland, Ore. He is the son of the former Susan Wright. Christopher will spend the summer with his grandparents visiting relatives in the area. On May 30, June was given a birthday dinner at Greenwood's restaurant in Hebron by her daughter Ruth and son-in-law Dale Gilbert. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hobbs details later, and, of course, Stafford Smith. A near frost Wednesday a.m. when the mercury went down to about 35 degrees. However no result of a frost have been detected. Good weather over the second Memorial Day, but traffic was confined mostly to local people. Don't forget the reception for the new minister and St. John's Day Sunday, June 21. Everybody come. On June 6 the first great granddaughter in the Smith family arrived when Mr. and Plaques l,ing awarded at Woedsville United Methodist Church for 50 years or more of mem- bership, (back row i-r) Rev. 8hafer, C. L. Butson, Lay Leader Norman Davis. (front row I-r) Edwin N. Haverhill -- Katharine Blaisdell Immmm 787-6315 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Salmon of Lindsay, Okla. (she was Marlene King) have been in the area a few days visiting relatives and friends. They called on Florence Clough Tuesday morning. Howard O. Hanson of N Chamberlin (61 years membership), John Kennedy, his mother, Goldle Kennedy (71 years), and Hazel Mouiton. These represent a total of 301 years of membership in this church. Mrs. Barry Paquette became the parents of Crystal June, 6 Asheville, N. C. visited pound, 10 ounce, at Woodsville relatives in town on his way to Hospital. Maternal grand- Canaan, Vt., to attend his parents are Mr. and Mrs. daughter Merrilee's Carol Kinne, and maternal graduation from high school. great grandparents, Elofford Merrflee will he attending and June Smith. Paternal Keenc State College. His other grandparents are Emma daughter, Holly, a junior at Kinne of Rumney and the late Dartmouth, was just elected Karen Valier has just Robert Kinne. Paternal co-captain of the 1982 crew completed her studies at grandparents were the late team. Hesser Business School and is Mr. and Mrs. Niry Paquette of A lot of trees .were down now working at her skills. Plymouth. after the severe storm The Fremont Swains of Thursday afternoon. Much At the North Haverhill IJnited Methodist Church on May 31, Lay Leader James Karen spent several years Hood presenting to Douglas White a plaque honoring 50 years of membership in with the Stanley Short family Concord were at their place damage occurred, par- this weekend, ticularly at Merrill Lynaugh's the church. Reverend William Sharer is at right. herein Warren. Plans for the Wentworth and Elsie Church's. A huge atT theU°llv%ng reiwint Fourth of July celebration will tree went down. at No rlnan ....... a,all Plcknell Wednesday evening, Del ,r,sacuss,,. at a meeting  eennc  away irom Bath Village ° 7007-00s Fairlee ''"?. - ".Y"; '/ o,-,-n" ancl individuals in- den'h'ifer and Dny are ome or tile new books tn Merrillhnd Phyllis Schoffand Mrsl Esther Johnson $10.$25;andLeslletmi|°fWarren terwted"', are urged to attend, staying with her parents, Bath Library are: Wlldwing the door prizes went to Evelyn l 333-9704 Kenneth Mosholder has The Wentworth Mary andDickAllhee. Ruth's byPheebeEricksou--a3rdte Ramsdell and Haines Schoff. The ladies of the Com- ret from Mary Hit- Congregational Church will husband John will be coming 6th grade reading level book Cookies, coffee and tea were munity Circle have planted ehcock Hospital where he had observe Children's Sunday hack from Iceland on June 24 by a local author and served, the flower boxes on the ban- surgery on his arm. We wish June 14 at the 10:30 a.m. after a year of remote "tour iUnstrator. It tells the story of Recent visitors of Mr. and dstand and front of the Town him a speedy recovery, as he service when the entire ser- with the Air Force. In August how a young Indian boy finds a Mrs. Verne Sherman have Hall. They would appreciate will be wanting to snowmobile vice will be conducted by the they will be going to Germany. wild colt and what eventually been Mr. and Mrs. Howard help in keeping the plants soon. young people. Each one is for three years. John was has to happen for the good of Campbell of Keene and Forest watered during the summer. Don't forget the important asked to bring a picnic lunch recently promoted to master that horse. Stereo by Richard Lake on Sunday May 10. On The home of Mr. and Mrs. meetings at the Mothodist to he enjoyed on the Common sergeant. Lyttle -- The complete May llth Mr. and Mrs. Gary O'Donnell was the scene Church, June 7th at 4:00 p.m. after church. Watermelon will Lewis and Wanda Jeffrey, beginners' guide. If you are Clarence Stone of Keene of a get-together of friends and ia party for Mis Williamson be provided for the ehildren, recently married, arelivingat interested in having a good called. On May 24th Mr. and relatives, Sunday. ,. u .... kh, a .... h,,.. ,,t French Pond Lewis is sound system this book will Mrs. Neff Lufkin of New Mrs. MariOn Webster, of Jm ll&aUiil I Illll  • • = ".-- . * who is leaving the charge, and ,. =n, ss, .I, M,m,,hlv'worglng for tne tmzier tell you all you need to know to Britain, Conn.; also on May White River Jct., has been Juneto take2lStoverf°r thethe neWcharge,ministerMr, w'as'i'nduc"d r;a ;:ro'Hff,oqVarena OnmAcilor0ve  achieve that goal. Helen and 24th Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kaiser visiting friends in the area. and Mrs. Eric Snogren. Come Honor Society at the recent p y The Teacher by Joseph P. and two daughters of Swift- Mrs. Hazel Flanders, out and welcome them., exercises held at Plymouth at Wondsville Guaranty Lash -- a new book on the water called. Several relatives and Area High School. Savings Bank, story of Helen Keller. It assistant the Vermont state coordinator Driver for R,ih Whittemore of Lvme Renie 'Docker is home after reveals some new and m- friends attended the funeral .."-.7" "t ..... =.,..Za.q a six,weck visit with her teresting facts on her life. , Newbu00 Improvement Program was U'lJ'" '©" "==""" .......... the guest speaker at the service for Harold Moses at Sunday afternoon with a call. tamuy in mgmna. They also Don't forget story and fun the Congregational Church in The ladies who had worked visited Spain and North heur beginning on June l8th at IsabelWhltney Windsor County Retired Plymouth Thursday. Our together in the Dartmouth Africa. . . . . the library. It will be held 866-5676 Teachers Association inWhite condolences to the family. latino Aociation for a lon James MClntyre has every Thursday at 10:30-11:30 Jack and Cindy Thomas, River Jct. May 21. In ad- Many summer visitors and ti-m'e"as'-not-n eac--h oth returned afterafamilyvisitln a.m. All Bath children are with Beau and Ryan, from dressing the group, Mrs. tourist were around for the Enosburg Falls, have been Flanders emphasized that this first Memorial day, now we forseveralyears. Ca"nada'Ife F . _ , invited, visiting his parents at River program which was developed Paul Davis saved himself Mrs. nr, ranch ona Bath Village Bend. They came with Cindy's by the National Retired will have to see what the from injury when he jumned Road, !s at Mary Hitchcock 8¢hoolNews parents, Mr. and Mrs. Teachers Association and the second one will bring. At least The 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Parimore who drove from Association of Retired Per- there is gasoline, this year, do from his company truck w[n Memm'lal Hospital following you remember two years ago? it lost its brakes coming down .suc..cessful knee surgery and is graders went to the Montshire . . NeilBarry, son of Leo Barry Ellsworth Hill Wednesday m me same room as Margaret Museum in Hanover on Kansas in their motor home. sons, is umque in that it is the who lived in this town 30years morning. The vehicle tmlmann.. .... Thursday May 29th. They Mrs. McLam and children only course of its kind geared sustained considerable. Ten m en. ot me units mrticilated in a nature walk brought two lambs to Sleepers to the needs of persons 55 Meadow Monday evening, years old or older. ago, was calling on people this damage as It" struck a tree. lllemonist women met at the observing field, forest, stream One, chocolate-colored, took Mrs. Palma Noyes and son weekend. The family now r=,ia ¢MII officer Tom church June 3 for a work and pond. The children also ' ........ an instant aversion to Bart, Travis, of Fort Walton Beach, reside in Connecticut. Smith or help from the meet i.ng. Tleymadecra..sfor enjoyed the interesting and the large shaggy dog, and Fla., William Chapman, of MousilaukeChapter Mccormick home on the hilL ¢neauiymiooaanacrattsm. . exciting exhibits in the bounded off across the road. It New Orleans, La., and Mr. No.OE8 Gary Robinson of Rumney The club will sponsor the July museum. Afterwards all took took 2ominutes and six people and Mrs. Robert Ward, Jr. The regular meeting of the Moosilauke Chapter No. 68 totalled his car late Saturday birthday party at tl. County a mile walk from the museum to catch it. Pete Cole was the and sons Scan and Robert III, " I'd" home helen manerlora ana to the center of Hanover lucky catcher, the lamb of Jacksonville, N.C., are m ht when he sl rot0 the_ .. • .... OES, convened with Worthy  on the side of the 'road ouy tarnara were on passing all the historical charged him and knocked his visiting their parents, Mr. and Matron Nancy Bumford and Worthy Patron Everett W. and hit a protruding rock on committee f°r the meeting • building until they arrived at Peter's) head against the Mrs. Laland Chapman and inpresiding. Rt. 5 near Thomas Wolfe's the Ice Cream Machine. Ice BITSOF cream was enjoyed by all[ cement silo. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward, At the cloe of th mtin a home, He was uninjured. __ _  Ray Donaldson has been Sr. .............. " " " INF most inter'"n .... ..._ ..;.. Assistant Police Officer ORMATION 'metrove range • • ........ convalescing n Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. • resented b- Francis Muzz" ThomasWolfeassmtedh=m, grmip of goldfinches is rncreguiarmeeung°tne'Massachusetts, he is retur- Walker, of Baton Rouge, La., v .  ... , ..# ealledacharm. Grove Grange_was held ning to Ekolott Farm this are visiting their sen, Mr. and Wno snoweo SIIOes from tne .. WentworthHistoricalsociety. llchort- l I I  HfldahBndard Monaayevening, Junetame weekend. Mrs. Scott has Mrs. Richard Walker, and Many of these were residences .,,.v., .... S3s-25 Town Hall wth all office returned home from Cottage family. present except the Flora aria Hos ital nd i - -- which have been g.one..f a JuneBlrthday came the bountiful luncheon of planlst." " The theme of the verv weilP a s com,. ....  Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert numver o[ years ana naa een Varney and sons Gilbert and ..... , Luncheon salads, baked beans, cole !ectu_rer'sp.rogram was "June Leroi "Brown-Gilbride is Geoffrey, have returned from mrgoten until mey appearea Where did the 74 members slaw, home baked bread, and m a Busy Monm, ana openen ouite himself aoain havin, on screen. . . , and seven guests of the birthday cakes  Beulah wit ...... ° ............ , a trip to Seattle, Wash., where AsmcerevoteoftnanKswas Ammonoosuc Vale i r • h a roll call by all WhenI had the attention of two they visited their daughter ...... :: . _. ! y Sen o Bowles and Ida Gray) Graduated." To corn-veterinarians and family, Mr. and Mrs. exrnaen jo Mr, MUZZ. y tot ms Citizens come from on June 3 arranged by Onnoiee inamorata Flag Day a short John Grow'has been home Steven Law and Katy, and to, !ness ior.taa)ng time Irom to attend the June Birthday Daycock. article on "Our Flag" was 1 w .., .^ k_ ............. a I eek from ........  ,,= Moscow, Idaho, where they n., usy scnoo= semester to Luncheon at the Lisbon Town Secretary Bedard and aa ny wulmm cou ana had monoandisimproving. * attended the ,graduation of nrmg this evening of pleasure Hall o The sere w to our order. . n guests ere' Treasurer Morrison gave Christine Woods had a quiz on Una Smit sets off for the their son, Gregory, from the Velma Foote (sister of their reports, followed by a flags, summer to a ranch in Mon- University of Idaho. and husband, Mr. and Mrs. was among the graduates At the next meeting to be Richard DuttonL Harold and tribute to Flag Day, to Pads, Haines Schoff read an or- tans on June 15. She will be Kitty Jesseman furnished • • from VTC thin past month He held June 4th there will be a Madelyn Haskins, Evelyn and Ben Daycock's con. ticle on the Mormon very busy with outdoor ac- the special music on Ascen- Y .... Arthur Gra , their chddren and friends: Mr. and Mrs. majoredmengmeermg. tasting supper hefore the Star Keating (guest of Agnes tribution to "Using Wood for Repository of Records in Salt fivities and counseling. She sion Sunday at the Federated ......... Vsltors at the church closes for the summer RoweliL Betty Merrill (guest Fuel". The door prize winners LakeCity. ' flies out and hopes to return by Church. Miss Jesseman JamesTn°masGray,tray' RobertMcnaeGray;ray' una. ay ...... were ev. tzarem vacation. It is hoped all of Helen Wright), and Vera werH. Bedard, H. Wright, M Grange Card Party car. played Brahms' Intermezzo in Wendy Hastings, Beverh, Tobm, a former pastor, from members and officers will Smith sister of Eva Louden) Butson, L. Page, I. Gray, D. There were seven tables at 007 Sylvester has been C. Gray and Buzzv Churchili Home, Pa.; James Erwin and attend. The price is 15 cents a _ all formerly of Lisbon; and Whitcomb, V. Smith, M. the card party, sponsored by cross-examining the post-   , • Christie's three great gran- friend Kelly Day from Pen- dipand there will be a varied Nancy Miller of Franconia Stahlman, and V. Towle. The Pine Grove Grange held at the master about the latest COTTAGE AUXILIARY • • sacola, Fla ; also Mr and dehildren, Tracey, Jamle and .. .. -; .. , ". . menu toplease allpalates. {guest of Marion Finley). afternoon closed with card Town Hall, Tuesday evening, meeting at White River. He is WOOI)SVILLE--The Cottage Evan Kingsbury. She also _ • . . Mrs Muro0 Macbeoa o is will be a meeting to The free Blood Pressure games offered: ,Canasta, June 2. Prizes for the ladies intrigued with a new word she Hospital Auxiliary will meet enjoyed receiving many ssexL ndaaCt'" . ,. renew oar obligations to the Clinic for anyone over 18 was cribbage, "Pig, poker, were won by Nellie Hunt, high brought back "sortation." But in lhe hospital dining room at lovely cards from friends and y ':rwm arriven nome order and make plans for any well patronized with 51 at- Scrabble, and whist, score; Edith Ackerman, he has been unable to find it in 7:: p.m. June 1 I. Prospective family in surrounding towns. Saturday after having" com- projects to be held to increase tending, three of them new. By The date for the Lake second high score, andHelen th e dictionary. Trust funds during the summer 12:30, everyone welcomed Winnepesaukee trip is ten- Hunt, middle score. The men's Sylvester to check up on new members are welcome. Remembrance Martin is in pleted her first year at Pen- months. Howard Hatch, and were tative for June 24, startingat prizes were won by Charles governmentlaoguage, the Veterans Hespital in White sacola College in Florida. At t elosd  the meeting pleased to hear Catherine 10 a.m., and each to plan his Bailey, high score; Horace Mr. and Mrs. Richard BITSOF RiVerJct. delicious refreshments were served by Sister Celia Ball and Luclile Andrews. We are sorry to hear of the E. Corll Virginia Bedell Bradford , 4_39-57.29 Mrs. Marion Batchelder be attending the University of who was taken by ambulance Alaska in Fairbanks where the first week in May to she will be taking a course in Hanover Hospital with a heart orientation to rural elemen- attack returned home three tary and secondary education. weeks after and has been with Miss Morse will be a guest of her daughter and husband Mr. the Trumbower family in Ft. and Mrs. Gordon Hedge in W. Yukon. Both girls will be Fairlee for two weeks. She has touring Mt. McKinley Nat'l now returned to her Main Park and will he taking part in Street home in Bradford. a white water raft trip of 22 The American Legion Post miles down the Tanana River No. 20 held their monthly before returning home in July. meeting June 2 at the Legion Thursday afternoon, May Hall under Commander 28, through Saturday of- Milton Bedell. Delegates to ternoon, May 30, the piano State Convention in Rutland, studio of Katrina Munn was a June 25-26 and 27 were elected busy place as some 57 piano as follows: Milton Bedell, pupils were evaluated in the Raymond Thurber, Leonard annual auditions conducted by Dobbins, Richard Cushman, the National Guild of Piano Kenneth LaRoche, Harold Teachers. Katrina Munn is Haskins and Fred Waters. chairman of the Bradford Alternates are Charles center, and three other piano Zwicker, Warren Huntington, teachers brought their Burton Covey, Darrell students here to he heard by Maxwell, Herbert Grant, this year's adjudicator, Mrs. Howard Grant and Richard Cecile Pomei'leau of Partington. A summer raffle Burlington. Teachers par- was started, to be drawn the ticipating besides Miss Munn last day of the Connecticut were Linda Fuhrmeister of St. Valley Exposition. A newslate Johnsbury, Doris Fowler of of officers were elected to be Barre, and Alice Castello of installed at a later date as Woodsville, N. H. From coast follows: Commander --to coast over 90,000 pupils Milton Bedell; 1st Vice- participate in about 700 Richard Cushman; 2nd Vice centers each spring. -- Burton Covey; Adjutant -- Pupils of Mrs. Castello Raymond Thurber; Finance receiving pins and certificates Officer -- Charles Zwicker; were Christina Pierson, Chaplain -- Fred Waters; National (10-piece program), Historian Warren Huntington; Victoria Clark, State (7-9 Service Officer -- Darrell pieces), Maria Bartzis, Maxwell; and Sgt. at Arms -- Jennifer Gherardi, John Kenneth LaRoche. Meeting Glynn, Walter Signey, Brian convened and they joined the Simane, Jeffrey Simane, and auxiliary for refreshments. Joshua Steenburgh, District The American Legion (4-6 pieces). These represent Auxiliary Post No. 20 met with the towns of Newbury, President Elaine Covey Ryegate, Wells River, Pike presiding. After general and Woodsville. business the following people Pupils of Miss Munn were were nominated to go to State Keith Button, Elene Convention: Elaine Covey, Demetrules, ElizahethEdsall, Virginia Bedell, Arloa Robert Edsall, Alison Gould, Whitcher, Adella Southworth, Dehra Thompson, Heather Jannette Maxwell and Wood, Rexanna Zampieri, Shureen . Tullar. Alternates National members; Janet are Juanita Shearer, Vera Burow, Beth Button, Kelly Munn, Betty Bnshaw, Mabel Collins, Susan Kling, Abigail . R  Humphrey, Evelyn Dobbins Metcalf, Ass Metcalf, Emily and Maxine Burgess. Nera Olmsted, Helen Ritchie, Huntington is a delegate at Kristine Search, Timothy large. A nominating corn-Wilkins, District members; mittee was elected to get Steven Carson, Local (3 together a slate of officers for pieces), and Claire Mead, the next year, they were Vera Hobbyist (un-memorized Munn, Irene Fortin and program). These represent Virginia Moore. It was voted the towns of Bradford, E. to make a donation to the Corinth, Newbur and South Bradford Girt Scouts. Adella te in Vermont, and Winston Southworth and 'Maxlne Glencliff, Haverhill, Monroe, daughter LaRoche won the mystery Orford, Piermont and Conn.; gifts. Prizes were presented to Woodsville in New Hamp- Concord, Kathleen Partington for first shire. Jeanette prize in the poppy poster Certificates and pins earned contest. Richard Partington are awarded at pupils" won second and Kelli Williams recitals. Miss Munn's annual won third. Their parents were public recital was held Sun- N.Y. present for the presentation. A day, May 31, in the Bradford Clearwater gift was given two Jr. Congregational Church this members who will graduate Vestry. In addition to the Charles this month and will he going pupils listed above, the and the on to school. Refreshments following also participated: were in were put on by Alva Whitcher Susan Belyea and Kristie to attend and Sherry Tullar. A big Harris, both of Piermont, who United thanks to all the ones who commence lessons later in the helped sell poppies, season. The A Memorial Day barbecue stration was held Sunday, May 31 at Corinth the home Wanda's Rest Home. George Huntington did the barbecuing rieanor Burroughs" nam in with the help of his staff. All 439-5547 Frost pz enjoyed a nice meal and social The Sunday School Com- sprouts. time as relatives and friends mittee of the church at Corinth Mr. of the patients were there. On Center recently met to make Davidso May 15 the birthday party was plans for the summer days w held with the Pioneer Girls Vacation Bible School. This Calgary from the Bradford Free year the VBS is being planned Mrs. Church singing 'songs which for August 10-14. Parents wil weekenc all enjoyed hearing, he notified with the particula Jeff Aid Celebrating May birthdays details later. • Brad,t,,.B were Clayton Gilbert, Greta Phyllis Burroughs, Kenneth PVs: ia Duchalard, Annie Holden, Burroughs and their mother, " Stanley Nolan, and Ernest Edith Burroughs, of E. spent "s, Chandler. Wednesday June 3 Chelmsford, Mass. were sister, ! Clifford French showed slides recent dinner guests of Thursday of his antique cars and a trip Eleanor Burroughs. Mrs. D¢ to Lake Placid. Everyone Mrs. William Johnson and Eillington enjoyed this very much and friend, Bonnie Blevins, Officers thanked him for the sharing, returned from Florida last Order of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greer Thursday. They Will be had tlie misfortune to have an leaving soon for N. Ft. Myers, accident on their motorcycle Fla. where Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Sunday in Haverhill, The deer Johnson will he residing Johnson was destroyed and Arthur had permanently. to go to Hanover Hospital with Katie Kramer left Thursday ter an arm injury, morning for Barrington, N.H., Gary A specialchargeconference where she will spend the and and service will be held at the summer. Methodist Church Monday Visitors in the homeofEdah Mr. June 22 at 7:30 pm. All are and Gifford Sevene last week Hudson, invited, were Gerald and Alden True Monday Mrs. Christie Gray of of St. Johnsbury, also Mrs. were Bradford who was 85 years old Franklin Linton, Mrs. George and on May 15, celebrated with a Linton and her daughter and Mrs. family party on the 16th at the Lucille Aja all of Barre. son, home of her granddaughter On Wednesday Edah Serene Mrs. and family Mr. and Mrs. entertained a few friends for and Homer Kingsbury Jr. on the brunch. South Road. Those attending Ethan Eilertson, son of Mr. included Christies' daughter and Mrs. Edward Eilertson, Mr. and were at May 31 graduation Holland, Mrs. Harry wich. She laude with Political Mrs. S graduated Lyndon B.S. Education. area Sweet and and Mrs. River and Mrs. Rise Bradford. Mr. and thiey of weekend Mr. and White, Sr. N.H., spent their and Mrs. and Matthew, Va., who Lyndon, Vt., weekend parents, Mr. Rugg. -- Word has here that Mr, a former community, patient at Hospital it. Mr. pson were i 16 to attend for his Thompson. attending Bruce Mrs. The altar last ch Brockardt John and anniversarY  Mr. and Needham, weekend cottage on Road. Weekend given I Hovey N.H. featur marri, Stacey. • Mr. McGregor I) was at home. own lunch. Next Game Day is Woods, second high score, and Swenson are hack aftera visit Alice Gilbert has also June 1o, with prizes needed, Roscoe Noyes, middle score, in Minnesota. Their son Carl returned to her apartment in and refreshments planned by The special food prizes were has been home for a short visit The Heritage, Littleton. Then Captain Eva Louden. won by George Ramsdeli, belween tours of foreign duty Barre, Mr. INFORMATION Miss Judy Wark of Bradford BITS OF and J "Words havc a longer life than and Miss Sheila Morse of INFORMATION deeds." Warwick Taxidermy left for 70 million tons of sucrose are ding Pindar Alaska June 3. Miss Wark will produced each year.