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Page 6-The Journal Ooinion-July 1, 1981 Piermont The sympathy of the community is extended to the Elwin Bonnett family. Funeral services for his mother, Mrs. Gladys Stevens, were held at the Piermont Congregational Church June 24• Mark Alan Bennett, age 1 year, was baptized at the church Sunday with some 15 members of his family around him, including a great aunt who came from Nova Scotia for the service. Recent TV accent on the fall of Yorktown in 1781 recalled the previously unmentioned but excellent float in the Memorial Day parade by the Robert Elder family depec- ting that important bit of history. There will be lots going on in the Fire Station lot, the school yard and the Library Sunday, June 5th when the firemen start their Chicken Barbecue at t p.m. The Strawberry Festival and Library Book Sale is at 2 p.m. Correction: It is the Howard Hallocks whose money lost from their car was found and returned, not the Michen- felders. Guests at the Harold Martin home last weekend included Mrs. Earl Tabor (sister of Mrs. Martin) of Wellsboro, Pa., Mrs• Earl Crocker from N.Y., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gelor (her brother) from Con- Warren Billie Gage and Gary Jesseman will present "The Best of Three and One," highlights of past concerts, on July 5th at 7:30 p•m. in the Warren United Methodist Church. The program features "Cabaret," "Exodus,", "Talk To The Animals," "Somewhere," "Send in The Clowns," and much more. Refreshments will be served in the vestry, and donations will benefit the Mt. Moosilauke Health Center. Everyone is invited. Come out and enjoy the music of our local talent. A Memorial service was , held in the Methodist Church last Wednesday for John Dudley Cotton. Known as "Dud" to town folks he spent most of his life here in Warren with his Mr. Mrs. passed away many years ago. Since then he stayed with different families until for health reasons he was moved to a nursing borne in Lebanon. He is survived by his brother, Retired Sen. Norris Cotton, and cousins, Malcolm Moses and Louise (Moses) Lawrence from the southern party of the State. He was interrred in Lebanon as this is where Norris resides and has a lot. Many of you will remember the tricks "Dud" used to play on you with an electric charge. Mrs. Sprague held the service. Sunday, June 7th, open house was held in Concord for Freda Wright of that city. The occasion was the celebration of her 80th birthday. Among the 70 in attendance were her daughter Norma, with whom she resides and son Wallace Wright and Mrs. Wright of Warren. Of the grandchildren were Marie and family of Webster, Freda and family of Weathersfield, Ct., Mrs. Michael Wright and family of Warren, her brother Bud and wife of Ashland, sister Mar- jorie and husband of Lakeport. The new Pastor of the United Methodist Church in Warren, Eric Snogren and wife Sandy, got off to a fast start for their first week in Warren. He had his first wedding Saturday, and his first sermon and Church service Sunday. A goodly number were out to greet the new pastor for punch Waits River Mrs. CHnton Sawyer 439-5445 Members of Waits River and W. Topsham. Methodist Churches were m Groton Sunday, June 21, to attend the Union Service at the Methodist Church there. Rev. Durwood Ellis of St. John- sbury was in charge of the service. Following the service a special going away party for Rev. Constance Bryan in the form of a pot luck dinner was served in the dining room. Rev. Bryan was the recipient of many cards, gifts, money and a large decorated cake for which she responded most graciously. Eighteen "Golden Agers" met Wednesday noon at Fellowship hall for their monthly meeting. Guests attending were Mrs. Vivian Nemhauser and Mr. and Mrs. Lightfoot from Newbury. Mrs. Nembauser is director of the Senior Citizens in Bradford and Mr. Lighffoot is a board member. II I necticut and Mrs. William Bailey from Barre. Mr. and Mrs. Martin and their guests droe to Lowell, Mrs. Martin's N birthplace. The library is ordering of summer tour of West house. While the visit was a "Molly the Mule" by Hope Corinth Friday• Doris drove surprise to Fritz, it washardly Kjellerup and hopes to have the large chevrolet sedan that a surprise to the rest of us in the author of this new book is customarily wed for this the village, who are becoming with them some time this annual outing andEleanorsat accustomed to seeing a summer. ' in the passenger seat• They parade of Swiss in and out of ,, Mel Gitchers fine article first drovedowntheCookville the DingDonglouse. The Open Fields Alter- Road from Windswept Acres West Corinth's newest full native" in this week's Valley and turned left onto Mill Post time resident, Peter Crawford News Momentum is of timely Road where they remarked on and Holly Young, are interest to parents of the advanced stage of foliage currently bivouacked on a elementary pupils. This year and the abundance of wild- steep hill east of Learmonth two elementary pupils at- flowers for this time of year. Acres and plan to build a tended private schaols, paying Their automobile which house there before the first tuition in addition to the over emitted tiny breaths of smoke snowfall. Fritz Gross, who $2,000 already paid by the then crossed over the bridge to fancies himself an inventor, town to educate them in the the Seneeais. It is not clear at recommended that Peter and local school. Two at least are this writing whether the ladies Holly build a cable car from planning to attend such continued their tour in the the road up to their property, schools next year. Mel ex- direction of John Dallet's but the young pair said they plains without criticism of the home, to the left, or wehter would probably make do with Piermont School why some they turned right and drove to a snowmobile• Aside from parents feel "alternative" the Threshold Institute. each other, they have three schools may supply a child's The weather for the outing cats and anticipate a few farm Eleanor Burroughs Ryegate Corinth Eleanor Burroughs and dersnauss who spent part of Blue Mountain Grange Ng. Doris Klein went on their first March in the Ding Dong 263 met Tuesday evening, May 26, with over 30 members and guests present. The Home Economics Committee presented the program under the chairmanship of Marjorie Wilcox. Entrants in the recent Sewing Contest modeled their garments and were presented with gifts and prizes• Wilma Farman gave a monologue entitled "The Blind Date," and Elisworth Frost showed slides of different scenes and flowers• The program closed with a friendship circle and the song "Blest Be the Tie that Binds". The judging of the cooking contest, brand rolls, was held and prizes were awarded to Valora McLure, • first; Marsha Nelson, second; and Jennifer Nelson, third. Serving as judges were Otis Wheeler, Margaret Nelson, Nancy Perkins 584-3611 Mrs. Hassall Nelson, Mrs. Eileen LeBlanc and Miss Diane LeBlanc of Troy, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson. Sympathy of the community is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty in the death of his father, Arthur Labounty of S• Ryegate, Monday, June 8. Sunday dinner guests June 7 of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson were Mr. and Mrs. John Melahn of Bradford, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Heywood and son Myron of St. Johnsbury and Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Heywood and son Jason of Concord, in celebration of Mr. Nelson's birthday. Mr, and Mrs. Scott Sayers of Piermont were callers that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson attended funeral services Tuesday, June 2, for their nephew Sheldon Murray in Williamstown. individual needs. The article was warm and bordered on animals. is available in the Library heing uncomfortably humid. Last weekend ScrapBook. Following the torrential beautiful weather and plen- The Robert Elder family downpour in Corinth last tiful mosquitos, the Noll's were in Alexandria, Va., week, many people have arrived on the Maine coast for recently where Mary Ruth returned to their gardens• a three day hnliday. The Nolrs was junior bridesmaid and Agnes Carrier, for example, worshipped with the Benjamin ring bearer at the said that she can now walk in Woolwich-Wiscasset Baptist wedding of a niece• her garden without having Church on Sunday. They EmilieJeanneneyofClinton mud stick to the bottoms of were with friends from Corners, N.Y., is spending a her shoes. Connecticut, who told month at the home of her "It was terrible," she said of Massachusetts gypsy moth cousin, BetseyEaton. the muddy conditions tales: miles and miles of prevailing the week before, barren landscape as a result Agnes also said that many of of the critters. John reports Floyd R. Ray her "foot-long" string bean that on his return to Corinth 764-9979 plants rotted during the Center, his one and only potato and refreshments m the monsoons and stopped plant (which Pastor Palmer vestry aftertheservice. These growing. She said she had said would fitinacoffeecup) people are from Michigan via been hoping to give the was covered with 13 -- mind Massachusetts and are out-fo- novelty beans to neighbors as you, 13! -- potato bugs! door enthusiasts. This is the surprise gifts. Robbie's dirt hole in the yard first male pastor the church Fritz Gross received sor- is expected to hit the Far East has had for many years. Who prise Swiss visitors over the by August. knows, maybe the men are weekend, Christian and Lena The garden on "Parsonage making a comeback. Let's Wundersnauss, who are Hill" is doing well -- as one support this young couple in related to the Thomas Wan- might expect. all ways possible. They are in Kitty Butler graduated from a new country and people. Oxbow High School on June 19. Come September she'll be Rain, rain, rain, every time Bath Village=- majoring in music education you get outside to paint or garden, it seems to rain. The Susan Pieknell at Johnson State College. She received a John C. Lawson Town Hall paint project is 747-2625 scholarship from the local No. being held up because of this. On the other hand it is great Library News 4 Steelworkers union in Barre• for the water table, the gar- We had our first story hour Patrick Butler received the dens, hay crop and all growing last week. There were about 20 principal's trophy at the things. It cannot help the children. We had a story, closing program of the apple crop this year as that movie and played games. Newbury Christian School. He was spoiled by frosts this Tlre will be one this week. also madethehonorroll. spring. We will see "The Mole and the Mr. and Mrs. Howard The Selectmen journeyed to T.V.", sing songs and have Carter were in Meredith, N.H. Concord stories read. Juice will be June 13 where they Pollution presenting their case they vited. Starting on July 8th we and Aunt Nelson and Dora were granted another year for will start a film c!assic series Ladd. the continuance of the open on Wednesday evenings at Mrs. Jean Taylor of Barre Overnight guests Thursday, burning dump. We cannot see 6:30p.m. atthe library, spent the greater part of last June 4, of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy as we are polluting the air A card party was held week withMarianGokey. Nelson were her sister and with our one-day-a-week Monday night, June 22, at the The Misses Marie and niece, Mrs. Harold Bowen and burning as much as the fumes town hall. Esther Porter of Farmington, Mrs• Edgar Rowe from from many diesel trucks with Prize winners, Ladies: Conn. are spending some time Randolph. the black smoke steaming High Score -- Bessie at their home here. Mrs. Daniel Leonard, from the exhaust, or the super Anderson; Second High -- Weekend visitors of Marian Darren, Jeffrey, Danny, and jets going overhead leaving a Emily Metcaif; Middle Score Gokey were Mr. and Mrs. Sarah, Mrs. Fremont Nelson, jet-stream in the sky. In--LillianMcBurney. Forrest Woodard of Darcy and Matthew, Mrs. August, 1982 all these dumps Men: Morrisville. Francis Collins and daughter are supposed to be closed and High Score Burgess Congratulations are ex- no more burning. This is the Metcalf; Second High _ tended to John and Amy law at the present. We do not Roscoe Noyest Middle -- Kepler of Dover, N.H. on the believe this needs to be. What Lloyd Ackerman. birth of their first child, will you de with all the bur- Door prizes: Mildred Daniel John, born May26. The nable waste that is now being Baines, Horace Woods. proud paternal grandparents disposed of this way. Istherea Special Food Prizes: Nellie areRev, andMrs. KarlKepler better way??? How about Hunt, Phyllis Schoff, Mildred of Dividing Creek, N.J. expressing your ideas to your Barnes. Ruth Elie was in St. John- congressmen, they are there There has been a change in sbury on June 15 to attend the to represent and assist the the Lecturer's programs of graduation exercises attheSt. people. They donor know what Pine Grove Grange for the Johnsbury Academy where you want if you de not tell monthofJuly. StateOverseor, her niece was among the them. Not only this, but think Everett Poor of Littleton will graduates. of the tax dollars any alter- show slides for the program on Larry Davis of Bethel is Action Exhibit. making native method is going to cost. July 20 instead of July 6 as spending a few weeks with his Refrigerator Memo Holders. Let them know, I'm going to. previously scheduled, father, Eugene Davis. Each member was presented Ruth Elie was in Barre with a 4-H State Day ribbon. Falrlee ,, , Mrs. Esther Johnson recently where she attended Kimherly McLure, Melissa 333-9704 the 25th wedding anniversary Gates, and Andrea Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolles Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolles of her sister and husband, Mae participated in the River's visited relatives in Acton and attended the graduation of and Frank Venner. Mrs. Reach Ballet Recital "Dances Westbrook, Maine, recently, their grandson, Keith Druge, Venner was formally a of Spring" Tuesday evening, Maurice Roberts, who has at Union 32, East Montpelier, resident of this town. ' June 9, in Newbury. Watching been a patient at the Mary Friday evening, June 19• Mid-week visitors in the from the audience were Mr. Hitchcock Hospital is now Richard Slocum has spent home of Eleanor Burroughs andMrs. Edward McLure and recuperating at his home. several days in town, visiting were Larry and Carolyn son Jared, Mr. and Mrs. and Arlene Eastman. amid ' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilcox and granddaughters Mary and Kerry Adams were recent callers of their cousin, Miss Undine Waldron, in Wood- sville. Mr. and Mrs. Edward McLure, Kimherly and Jared were overnight guests Friday, June 5, of her mother, Mrs. Iva Dodd in Brandon. The following day Mr. and Mrs• McLure attended the wedding of Lynda Fallon and David Holbrook in Middiebury. Mrs. McLure had made and decorated the wedding cake for the reception. That night they and their children were o,ernight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stevens, Nikki and Jesse in Middiebury• En route home Sunday, they had supper with his sister, Miss Jennifer McLure, in S. Royalton. Several local mothers have recently accompanied classes from Blue Mountain Union School on field trips: Thur- sday, June 4, Mrs. William Nelson went with the Kin- dergarten to WYKR Radio Station, the Wells River Library and Post Office, and for an ice cream cone at the Frosty Delight. On Monday, June 8, Mrs• Nelson and Mrs. Bruce Beauvais traveled with Mr. and Mrs• Earl Frost are the parents of a son Steven Earl, born June 4, at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville and weighing 8 pounds, 8 ounces• Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Frost of Groton, and Mrs. Lee Frost, also of Groton, is the maternal grandmother• Steven joins two sisters, Marlo, age 12, and Marcella, age 10. Recipients of the Good Citizenship Award at Blue Mountain Union School from this community for the month of May are Kelly Collins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Collins for the fifth grade; and Trista King, daughter of Mrs. Dixie King, in the third grade. For the month of April, Marlo Frost, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Frost was the recipient for the sixth grade. Richard Vance, Jr. was an overnight guest Friday, June 5, of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gordon. Topsham00 Gertrude Hodge =mmmm: 439-5422 Rev. and Mrs. James Mclntyre, were in town one day this week. Ruth Fox, Manchester, the First Grade for a picnic spent one night this week with and tour of Comerford Dam in her mother-in-law, Mildred Littleton Mrs Fremont • " POX, Nelson and Mrs. Stewart  o .... r  Orw,o o-..--- ,--.--rt ,.__ ,_ S!,. o©3.-v ,,= ... v . o m.w um, enatm m m is a natient in Mary fifth graae on a [rip to [ne ...... " ...... " ......... mtcncocK nospta m urnngton arport wee- Hanover. nesday, June10. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Williams visited at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loran Williams, recently. The congratulations of the community are extended to those young people who graduated from Oxbow. They are Tracy Downing, Michael Emerson, Diana Smith and Steven Smith• Dr. and Mrs. T.M. Taylor Kelly, Mrs. Gene Perkins, are entertaining their Gene Jr. and Gordon, Mar- daughter Carolyn and celia Frost, Wendy and Kerry husband. Vance, Timothy and Ben- Mrs. Duncan Welch en- jamin White, and Richard tertained with a shower for Vance, Jr. were in Barre Miss Cathy Gould of South- Saturday, June 6, for 4-HState wick, Mass., who will be the Day. Kelly and Richard bride of Dexter King on July Vance, Jr. were in Barre 11. There were 22 members of Saturday, June 6, for 4-H State the families present. Day. Kelly and Marcella Mr. and Mrs. Carl King, modeled their skirts in the Rutland, spent the weekend clothing revue, and all of the 4- with her daughter, Mrs. H members participated in an Duncan Welch. On Sunday the Dexter Family Reunion was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Welch• There were 39 members of the family present• George Hodge was in Fairlee Sunday visiting his brother Ralph. Wooasville - The local firemen, and other Raymond Thurber attended friends. Pillsbury of Williston, also a testimonial dinner, Saturday Margaret Pratt and Elsie evening, June 13, at Mont- Bradford.--=-= Davis of Bradford. pelier, for Ray Greenwood, VirginiaB"eil the retiring Deputy Adjutant for the American Legion. 439-5720 Wells River Beach Day was a great Callers at the home of Mr. success, with a large turn-out and Mrs. Harold Pratt and Celebrating the merging of of enthusiastic workers. The daughters Keeli and Denni on the National Bank of Newbury docks and floats were put out June 19th to attend Keeli's and the Wells River Savings and the bath house was graduation from Oxbow High Bank, the Wells River Savings scraped, ready for painting. School were: Keeli's grand- Bank held a week of festivities Laura Bagley attended a parents, Mr. and Mrs.Charles June 22-25, beginning with a bridal shower for a friend in Stockwell from E. Concord, demonstration of a potter at Wallingford Sunday, June 21. Vt., and several uncles, aunts work by Melvin Osorne of the Kevin Bell, of Mr. Clements, and cousins; Mrs. Frank Guilford Stoneware at his Mich., is spending some time Moore, W. Swanzey, N.H.; wheel. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles On the June 23, Russell Dole Russell Smith. Goodale, Miranda and Stacy of Dayton, Ohio, demon- Visitors at the home of Mr. of Marlborough, N.H.; Mr. strated calligraphy and on and Mrs. James Bagiey, for Stewart Pratt, Jacksonville, June 24 Lloyd Real of the graduation of Laura were Vt.; Mrs. Robert Gallo and Newbury demonstrated Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shedd. son Robert, E. Hartford, Ct.; spinning. On June 25 Dennis of Wallingford, Mrs. Paul Mrs. William McBey and Hartwell of Littleton played Munson of Middlebury, and daughter Shelli, Gilman, Vt.; requests on the electronic Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Benoit, of Mr. and Mrs. Randy McBey, organ. Shorebam. Lunenburg, Vt., Mrs. Richard Gerry Brooks "clowned There has been a conflict of Walker and son Matthew, around" on June 26, handing dates for the first lobster Fairlee; Mrs. Robert Atkins, out helium balloom to the dinner. Please take note that Ely; and several friends and kids. In the evening there was the July dinner will take place neighbors from town. on July 17. Bradford and Nora Shedd and son Blair, previously of Florida, are now living in Fairlee. Mr. Shedd is Mrs. James Bagley's nephew and has employment at the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital as s registered physical therapist. NEW SON Mr. and Mrs. a square dance exhibition with Al Monty as caller. The Woodsville - Wells River Rotary Club offered bar- becued hamburgers and hot William dogs and Boy Scout troop 152 Warren McLure, Jeanette and Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates and son Peter, Mr. and Beth Nelson 757-3429 donville June 22-26. The workshop was an innovation by the state department of education with five educators rotating at five different Vermont locations each day and holding workshops on subjects such as basics, readability, tests and reading in the context. Lynn Wilson, Marilyn Duke, Rebecca Tarrant, Ron Savage, and Rita Villemaire offered in. teresting, informative, and practical material ires was sponsored through Castleton College. . . Those attending from Blue Mountain were Colleen Page, Diane Ide, Barbara Glines, Candis Doe, and Beth Nelson. NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. James Keith of S. Ryegate are the parents of a baby girl born May 28 at Cottage Hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds, 12 oun- ces. service organizations are going all out to have an old fashioned Fourth of July celebration this year. Included in the all day affair will be arts and crafts booths, a gigantic parade with bands, floats, antique cars, color guards, clowns, fire ap- paratus, bicycles. At noon will be the well-known chicken barbecue sponsored by the United Methodist Church. At 1 p.m., the firemen will hold a muster on King's Plain. Following this, parade win- hers will be announced at the reviewing stand at Fletcber's parking lot. The National Guard Armory will hold Open House with refreshments until 5 p.m. Also at the Armory will be Bingo and the Van Club display. The I11 Club will have a Wheel of Fortune from 1:30 - 5 p.m. At the same time, there will be activities for juniors at the Community Field and Stage Coach Rides. There will be a horseshoe pitching contest at the Legion Home, a Brothers of the Brush Contest at 3 p.m. at the reviewing stand, and a band concert following at the same place. Dewitt of Bradford are the soR drinks. Quilts were on parents of a baby son, William display the entire week. Somner flI, horn June 8 at A group from Blue Mountain Mary Hitcheock Memorial Union School attended a Hospital. Reading Workshop at Lyn- QUOTABLE QUOTES "The cautious seldom err." Confucius ¶ S L W. Topsham Hazel Chase, retiring teacher at Union 36, was given a surprise party at the annual field day at East Corinth Ballfield. She was presented with a corsage and in- dividually signed card from her Second grade class and a large cake and gift certificate from all the Union 36 students. Mrs. Chase stated, "These Communities of Topsham and Corinth have to he the kindest, most thoughtful people a teacher ever worked with. I give thanks to the room mothers, staff and students of the school for being so kind, caring and thoughtful. I don't regret a minute of time spent working with these com- munities or their 'children. Again may God bless you one and all." Mrs. Chase was guest speaker at the Eighth Grade graduation at Union 36 June 18. The following graduates were there. Second Grade Class: Lorie Beamis, Sonya Butler, Peggy Covey, Tony Davidson, Susan Dodge, Kelly Fenner, Paul Flint, Jr., Patrick Hart, Bradley Hodge, Thomas Lund, Samantha Maxwell, Mary Patterson and Norman D. Perry. Mrs. Chase has attended N. Haverhill Etta Hatch and Marion Young took a Vermont U'ansit tour to Cape Cod, Martha's Vinyard, and Nantucket, also toured the Sandwich Glassworks and saw a collection of antique cars at Heritage Plantation. Dick and Mary Allbee celebrated their 44th wedding anniversary on June 27 with family and friends dropping in throughout the day. Visitors included all their five children, husbands and wives: Carol and Dick Giles of Epping, Marge • and Wink Thayer of No. Hampton, David and Kareen Allbee of No. Haverhill,' Ruthie and John Page on leave from the Air Force, and Don and IAnda from Berlin. John arrived from Iceland June 24, and he Sanborn family gathering at the Thetford Academy Alumni Banquet on Saturday, June 20. It was the 50th anniversary of her brother Chester Sanborn's graduation. Other brothers and sisters attending were Paul Sanborn of Hopedale, MasS., Marshall Sanborn of Northbridge, Mass., Homer and Helen Sanborn of Upton, Mass., Ruthola and Dick Stott of Milford, Conn., Maud Van Norden of Thetford Center, Maribelle Heno of Franklin, Mass., also Miriam's daughter Theda Wright of Millbury, Mass. Miriam's guests for the weekend were Paul, Marshall, Chet and Barbara, and Theda Wright. Monday supper guests at Miriam's were her two sisters Beth Nelson , i 757-5429' Supper at 5:30p.m. and at 7:30 p.m. there will be a band concert by the Deep River Drum and Bugle Corps at the reviewing stand followed by the drawing of raffle tickets. At the Community Field there will be fireworks around 8:30 p.m. After the fireworks there will be dancing at the Com- munity Field and Club 111. A Silhouette Shoot was sponsored by the Ammonoosuc Valley Fish and Game Club at the Clubhouse June 14. The Club will hold a Muzzle Loader and Hi- Powered Rifle Shoot Aug. 23 from 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Field Day with Bean Hole Beans was held Sept. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parker were in St. Zachary, Canada, for several days last week. Michelline and Patrick Domelain, who had been visiting friends in Woodsville, went to Boston to fly to Florida for a brief stay before returning to Paris, France. Mrs. Kenneth Perry 439-5939 every graduation of Students she has taught as they Sam graduate from high schools. June 24 to There were 19 graduates Mt. from Union 36 Eighth grade, nipesaukee Connie Claflin has corn-sunshine, pleted her freshman year at gentle winds. U.V.M. and is spending the pgeons and summer with her parents, Ralph and Mary Claflin. She will be leaving June 30 for a 12- age from a day vacation trip to Prescott, toward Ariz. where she will spend time with her cousins, the Roy tol Mathesons, who moved to heavy Arizona last March. Upon colorful. returning she will be working homemade for the 4-H County Extension tractive tray Service in Chelsea through July and August. buy. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dexter Next week attended the annual family morning, will reunion of the late Mr. and Blood Mrs. Leander Dexter, held at eighteen the home of Mr. and Mrs. 12:30 p.m. Duncan Welch, E. Topsham, meet at which 36 members of the for the July family attended, cheon. Each Mrs. Francis Perry, Barre, to bring his was dinner guest of her niece drink. and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. The Kenneth Perry, and brother, celebrants: Leon Audette, Friday. Also Joseph recently the Ken Perrys and Caswell, granddaughter, Lisa Perry Gosselin, were dinner guests of Mrs. Harriet Francis Perry, Barre.  Thompson. Game DaY Katharine BlaisdeH program 787-6315 and their husbands, Ruthola and Dick Stott and Maud and Clark Van Norden. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hayton of Aurora, Illinois spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Charles Irwin. The award for Haytons will be remembered mechanics as former residents of Pike and parents-in-law of Doros George Irwin. Sceva Sympathy is extended to the testing. family of Edward Clark. Calvin Mary Saurs has completed been her tour of duty in Japan with Rockledge, the Air Force, is discharged Baltimore. and is visiting her parnets, Don and Alice Gironard. Florence Florence Clough spent a few days with her family in the Tuesday. Concord, N.H. area. Ed, Kay and Ken Blaisdell David spent Sunday at Shelburne the home Museum with Vickey and Wilfred BABY SON Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant Sarah Lamarre will have a of Newbury are the parents of Horse Show at her home in a baby son, Christopher Wells River on Rte. 302. The Wentworth, born May 26 at Legion Home will offer an Old Mary Hitchcock Memorial Fashioned Baked Bean Hospital. and his family will he leaving Toby Tatro of Barnet. Day. for Germany in August. There Everyone is invited to take children were also ten grandchildren part in the Fourth of July nine of busy at play, ranngr from flelebration in Woodsville and ages 2 tO 25: A n0er of: Wells4qtlveP. parade friends also stopped in for a starts at ll a,m. cookout and to reminisce Doris Frizzell of Center Mr. about old times. The cake was Haverhill and her niece, Betty Others made by Ruthie and Anna Dussault, have returned from Mrs. Page. Dick and Mary's a trip to Prince Edward children children presented them with Island. Mrs. a gift of a painting of the Shirley Nicol and children, children Swiftwater £overed bridge Kristen and Scott, have been made by Gloria Towle of visiting Mary Bigalow and 3 children Lisbon. Also, their grand- family for a week. On Sunday children give them plaques they made a trip to Enosburg saying what their grand- to visit Jimmy Demetrulis and Ruth parents mean to them. family. Also going were Edith a service Miriam Lane was part of a Dometrulis, Ella and Dick the 100' Long and Janice Bigelow. work Evelyn Elms attended the Sceva wedding of Charles and Francine Beede in Barre on The June 20, followed by the a reception at the Canadian Club. On Sunday, Evelyn worked at the Lancaster Mr. Horse Show as secretary on 'nier the outside course. . vac Gl00up no. cousin Lincoln. Mr. cuts for dderly Arx PlKE--Madeline Haynes of Pike was a New Hampshire delegate to the preliminary Billie White House Conference on Jessem Aging meeting in Concord summer June 15, which urged the legislature, Congress and President Reagan to refrain Mt. from any cuts in programs for Center, the elderly until after hearing J i m nl from the 1961 White House repreS Conference. "The delegates are con- cerned", said Jack Buckley, County Chairman of the delegation, "that changes affecting elderly have been suggested and some of these changes may adversely affect our senior citizens." contest. The delegates wanted to join with other states in urging that no changes be instituted until the White Howe Con- ference on Aging takes place, .his he said. "The purpose of the Con- ference is to set a National Policy on Aging," continued Mr. Buckley. "Changes in the current services -- especially will social security -- should be the result of consultation with the elderly." The delegation also felt that the current budget trimming in the State should be careful to respect the programs and services for the elderly in New Hampshire, he added. term NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. Jim Masland of Thetford Center are the parents of a baby sea, Caleb Nelson, born June 14 at Alice Peck Day Hospital. Page 6-The Journal Ooinion-July 1, 1981 Piermont The sympathy of the community is extended to the Elwin Bonnett family. Funeral services for his mother, Mrs. Gladys Stevens, were held at the Piermont Congregational Church June 24• Mark Alan Bennett, age 1 year, was baptized at the church Sunday with some 15 members of his family around him, including a great aunt who came from Nova Scotia for the service. Recent TV accent on the fall of Yorktown in 1781 recalled the previously unmentioned but excellent float in the Memorial Day parade by the Robert Elder family depec- ting that important bit of history. There will be lots going on in the Fire Station lot, the school yard and the Library Sunday, June 5th when the firemen start their Chicken Barbecue at t p.m. The Strawberry Festival and Library Book Sale is at 2 p.m. Correction: It is the Howard Hallocks whose money lost from their car was found and returned, not the Michen- felders. Guests at the Harold Martin home last weekend included Mrs. Earl Tabor (sister of Mrs. Martin) of Wellsboro, Pa., Mrs• Earl Crocker from N.Y., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gelor (her brother) from Con- Warren Billie Gage and Gary Jesseman will present "The Best of Three and One," highlights of past concerts, on July 5th at 7:30 p•m. in the Warren United Methodist Church. The program features "Cabaret," "Exodus,", "Talk To The Animals," "Somewhere," "Send in The Clowns," and much more. Refreshments will be served in the vestry, and donations will benefit the Mt. Moosilauke Health Center. Everyone is invited. Come out and enjoy the music of our local talent. A Memorial service was , held in the Methodist Church last Wednesday for John Dudley Cotton. Known as "Dud" to town folks he spent most of his life here in Warren with his Mr. Mrs. passed away many years ago. Since then he stayed with different families until for health reasons he was moved to a nursing borne in Lebanon. He is survived by his brother, Retired Sen. Norris Cotton, and cousins, Malcolm Moses and Louise (Moses) Lawrence from the southern party of the State. He was interrred in Lebanon as this is where Norris resides and has a lot. Many of you will remember the tricks "Dud" used to play on you with an electric charge. Mrs. Sprague held the service. Sunday, June 7th, open house was held in Concord for Freda Wright of that city. The occasion was the celebration of her 80th birthday. Among the 70 in attendance were her daughter Norma, with whom she resides and son Wallace Wright and Mrs. Wright of Warren. Of the grandchildren were Marie and family of Webster, Freda and family of Weathersfield, Ct., Mrs. Michael Wright and family of Warren, her brother Bud and wife of Ashland, sister Mar- jorie and husband of Lakeport. The new Pastor of the United Methodist Church in Warren, Eric Snogren and wife Sandy, got off to a fast start for their first week in Warren. He had his first wedding Saturday, and his first sermon and Church service Sunday. A goodly number were out to greet the new pastor for punch Waits River Mrs. CHnton Sawyer 439-5445 Members of Waits River and W. Topsham. Methodist Churches were m Groton Sunday, June 21, to attend the Union Service at the Methodist Church there. Rev. Durwood Ellis of St. John- sbury was in charge of the service. Following the service a special going away party for Rev. Constance Bryan in the form of a pot luck dinner was served in the dining room. Rev. Bryan was the recipient of many cards, gifts, money and a large decorated cake for which she responded most graciously. Eighteen "Golden Agers" met Wednesday noon at Fellowship hall for their monthly meeting. Guests attending were Mrs. Vivian Nemhauser and Mr. and Mrs. Lightfoot from Newbury. Mrs. Nembauser is director of the Senior Citizens in Bradford and Mr. Lighffoot is a board member. II I necticut and Mrs. William Bailey from Barre. Mr. and Mrs. Martin and their guests droe to Lowell, Mrs. Martin's N birthplace. The library is ordering of summer tour of West house. While the visit was a "Molly the Mule" by Hope Corinth Friday• Doris drove surprise to Fritz, it washardly Kjellerup and hopes to have the large chevrolet sedan that a surprise to the rest of us in the author of this new book is customarily wed for this the village, who are becoming with them some time this annual outing andEleanorsat accustomed to seeing a summer. ' in the passenger seat• They parade of Swiss in and out of ,, Mel Gitchers fine article first drovedowntheCookville the DingDonglouse. The Open Fields Alter- Road from Windswept Acres West Corinth's newest full native" in this week's Valley and turned left onto Mill Post time resident, Peter Crawford News Momentum is of timely Road where they remarked on and Holly Young, are interest to parents of the advanced stage of foliage currently bivouacked on a elementary pupils. This year and the abundance of wild- steep hill east of Learmonth two elementary pupils at- flowers for this time of year. Acres and plan to build a tended private schaols, paying Their automobile which house there before the first tuition in addition to the over emitted tiny breaths of smoke snowfall. Fritz Gross, who $2,000 already paid by the then crossed over the bridge to fancies himself an inventor, town to educate them in the the Seneeais. It is not clear at recommended that Peter and local school. Two at least are this writing whether the ladies Holly build a cable car from planning to attend such continued their tour in the the road up to their property, schools next year. Mel ex- direction of John Dallet's but the young pair said they plains without criticism of the home, to the left, or wehter would probably make do with Piermont School why some they turned right and drove to a snowmobile• Aside from parents feel "alternative" the Threshold Institute. each other, they have three schools may supply a child's The weather for the outing cats and anticipate a few farm Eleanor Burroughs Ryegate Corinth Eleanor Burroughs and dersnauss who spent part of Blue Mountain Grange Ng. Doris Klein went on their first March in the Ding Dong 263 met Tuesday evening, May 26, with over 30 members and guests present. The Home Economics Committee presented the program under the chairmanship of Marjorie Wilcox. Entrants in the recent Sewing Contest modeled their garments and were presented with gifts and prizes• Wilma Farman gave a monologue entitled "The Blind Date," and Elisworth Frost showed slides of different scenes and flowers• The program closed with a friendship circle and the song "Blest Be the Tie that Binds". The judging of the cooking contest, brand rolls, was held and prizes were awarded to Valora McLure, • first; Marsha Nelson, second; and Jennifer Nelson, third. Serving as judges were Otis Wheeler, Margaret Nelson, Nancy Perkins 584-3611 Mrs. Hassall Nelson, Mrs. Eileen LeBlanc and Miss Diane LeBlanc of Troy, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson. Sympathy of the community is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty in the death of his father, Arthur Labounty of S• Ryegate, Monday, June 8. Sunday dinner guests June 7 of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson were Mr. and Mrs. John Melahn of Bradford, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Heywood and son Myron of St. Johnsbury and Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Heywood and son Jason of Concord, in celebration of Mr. Nelson's birthday. Mr, and Mrs. Scott Sayers of Piermont were callers that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson attended funeral services Tuesday, June 2, for their nephew Sheldon Murray in Williamstown. individual needs. The article was warm and bordered on animals. is available in the Library heing uncomfortably humid. Last weekend ScrapBook. Following the torrential beautiful weather and plen- The Robert Elder family downpour in Corinth last tiful mosquitos, the Noll's were in Alexandria, Va., week, many people have arrived on the Maine coast for recently where Mary Ruth returned to their gardens• a three day hnliday. The Nolrs was junior bridesmaid and Agnes Carrier, for example, worshipped with the Benjamin ring bearer at the said that she can now walk in Woolwich-Wiscasset Baptist wedding of a niece• her garden without having Church on Sunday. They EmilieJeanneneyofClinton mud stick to the bottoms of were with friends from Corners, N.Y., is spending a her shoes. Connecticut, who told month at the home of her "It was terrible," she said of Massachusetts gypsy moth cousin, BetseyEaton. the muddy conditions tales: miles and miles of prevailing the week before, barren landscape as a result Agnes also said that many of of the critters. John reports Floyd R. Ray her "foot-long" string bean that on his return to Corinth 764-9979 plants rotted during the Center, his one and only potato and refreshments m the monsoons and stopped plant (which Pastor Palmer vestry aftertheservice. These growing. She said she had said would fitinacoffeecup) people are from Michigan via been hoping to give the was covered with 13 -- mind Massachusetts and are out-fo- novelty beans to neighbors as you, 13! -- potato bugs! door enthusiasts. This is the surprise gifts. Robbie's dirt hole in the yard first male pastor the church Fritz Gross received sor- is expected to hit the Far East has had for many years. Who prise Swiss visitors over the by August. knows, maybe the men are weekend, Christian and Lena The garden on "Parsonage making a comeback. Let's Wundersnauss, who are Hill" is doing well -- as one support this young couple in related to the Thomas Wan- might expect. all ways possible. They are in Kitty Butler graduated from a new country and people. Oxbow High School on June 19. Come September she'll be Rain, rain, rain, every time Bath Village=- majoring in music education you get outside to paint or garden, it seems to rain. The Susan Pieknell at Johnson State College. She received a John C. Lawson Town Hall paint project is 747-2625 scholarship from the local No. being held up because of this. On the other hand it is great Library News 4 Steelworkers union in Barre• for the water table, the gar- We had our first story hour Patrick Butler received the dens, hay crop and all growing last week. There were about 20 principal's trophy at the things. It cannot help the children. We had a story, closing program of the apple crop this year as that movie and played games. Newbury Christian School. He was spoiled by frosts this Tlre will be one this week. also madethehonorroll. spring. We will see "The Mole and the Mr. and Mrs. Howard The Selectmen journeyed to T.V.", sing songs and have Carter were in Meredith, N.H. Concord stories read. Juice will be June 13 where they Pollution presenting their case they vited. Starting on July 8th we and Aunt Nelson and Dora were granted another year for will start a film c!assic series Ladd. the continuance of the open on Wednesday evenings at Mrs. Jean Taylor of Barre Overnight guests Thursday, burning dump. We cannot see 6:30p.m. atthe library, spent the greater part of last June 4, of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy as we are polluting the air A card party was held week withMarianGokey. Nelson were her sister and with our one-day-a-week Monday night, June 22, at the The Misses Marie and niece, Mrs. Harold Bowen and burning as much as the fumes town hall. Esther Porter of Farmington, Mrs• Edgar Rowe from from many diesel trucks with Prize winners, Ladies: Conn. are spending some time Randolph. the black smoke steaming High Score -- Bessie at their home here. Mrs. Daniel Leonard, from the exhaust, or the super Anderson; Second High -- Weekend visitors of Marian Darren, Jeffrey, Danny, and jets going overhead leaving a Emily Metcaif; Middle Score Gokey were Mr. and Mrs. Sarah, Mrs. Fremont Nelson, jet-stream in the sky. In--LillianMcBurney. Forrest Woodard of Darcy and Matthew, Mrs. August, 1982 all these dumps Men: Morrisville. Francis Collins and daughter are supposed to be closed and High Score Burgess Congratulations are ex- no more burning. This is the Metcalf; Second High _ tended to John and Amy law at the present. We do not Roscoe Noyest Middle -- Kepler of Dover, N.H. on the believe this needs to be. What Lloyd Ackerman. birth of their first child, will you de with all the bur- Door prizes: Mildred Daniel John, born May26. The nable waste that is now being Baines, Horace Woods. proud paternal grandparents disposed of this way. Istherea Special Food Prizes: Nellie areRev, andMrs. KarlKepler better way??? How about Hunt, Phyllis Schoff, Mildred of Dividing Creek, N.J. expressing your ideas to your Barnes. Ruth Elie was in St. John- congressmen, they are there There has been a change in sbury on June 15 to attend the to represent and assist the the Lecturer's programs of graduation exercises attheSt. people. They donor know what Pine Grove Grange for the Johnsbury Academy where you want if you de not tell monthofJuly. StateOverseor, her niece was among the them. Not only this, but think Everett Poor of Littleton will graduates. of the tax dollars any alter- show slides for the program on Larry Davis of Bethel is Action Exhibit. making native method is going to cost. July 20 instead of July 6 as spending a few weeks with his Refrigerator Memo Holders. Let them know, I'm going to. previously scheduled, father, Eugene Davis. Each member was presented Ruth Elie was in Barre with a 4-H State Day ribbon. Falrlee ,, , Mrs. Esther Johnson recently where she attended Kimherly McLure, Melissa 333-9704 the 25th wedding anniversary Gates, and Andrea Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolles Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolles of her sister and husband, Mae participated in the River's visited relatives in Acton and attended the graduation of and Frank Venner. Mrs. Reach Ballet Recital "Dances Westbrook, Maine, recently, their grandson, Keith Druge, Venner was formally a of Spring" Tuesday evening, Maurice Roberts, who has at Union 32, East Montpelier, resident of this town. ' June 9, in Newbury. Watching been a patient at the Mary Friday evening, June 19• Mid-week visitors in the from the audience were Mr. Hitchcock Hospital is now Richard Slocum has spent home of Eleanor Burroughs andMrs. Edward McLure and recuperating at his home. several days in town, visiting were Larry and Carolyn son Jared, Mr. and Mrs. and Arlene Eastman. amid ' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilcox and granddaughters Mary and Kerry Adams were recent callers of their cousin, Miss Undine Waldron, in Wood- sville. Mr. and Mrs. Edward McLure, Kimherly and Jared were overnight guests Friday, June 5, of her mother, Mrs. Iva Dodd in Brandon. The following day Mr. and Mrs• McLure attended the wedding of Lynda Fallon and David Holbrook in Middiebury. Mrs. McLure had made and decorated the wedding cake for the reception. That night they and their children were o,ernight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stevens, Nikki and Jesse in Middiebury• En route home Sunday, they had supper with his sister, Miss Jennifer McLure, in S. Royalton. Several local mothers have recently accompanied classes from Blue Mountain Union School on field trips: Thur- sday, June 4, Mrs. William Nelson went with the Kin- dergarten to WYKR Radio Station, the Wells River Library and Post Office, and for an ice cream cone at the Frosty Delight. On Monday, June 8, Mrs• Nelson and Mrs. Bruce Beauvais traveled with Mr. and Mrs• Earl Frost are the parents of a son Steven Earl, born June 4, at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville and weighing 8 pounds, 8 ounces• Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Frost of Groton, and Mrs. Lee Frost, also of Groton, is the maternal grandmother• Steven joins two sisters, Marlo, age 12, and Marcella, age 10. Recipients of the Good Citizenship Award at Blue Mountain Union School from this community for the month of May are Kelly Collins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Collins for the fifth grade; and Trista King, daughter of Mrs. Dixie King, in the third grade. For the month of April, Marlo Frost, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Frost was the recipient for the sixth grade. Richard Vance, Jr. was an overnight guest Friday, June 5, of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gordon. Topsham00 Gertrude Hodge =mmmm: 439-5422 Rev. and Mrs. James Mclntyre, were in town one day this week. Ruth Fox, Manchester, the First Grade for a picnic spent one night this week with and tour of Comerford Dam in her mother-in-law, Mildred Littleton Mrs Fremont • " POX, Nelson and Mrs. Stewart  o .... r  Orw,o o-..--- ,--.--rt ,.__ ,_ S!,. o©3.-v ,,= ... v . o m.w um, enatm m m is a natient in Mary fifth graae on a [rip to [ne ...... " ...... " ......... mtcncocK nospta m urnngton arport wee- Hanover. nesday, June10. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Williams visited at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loran Williams, recently. The congratulations of the community are extended to those young people who graduated from Oxbow. They are Tracy Downing, Michael Emerson, Diana Smith and Steven Smith• Dr. and Mrs. T.M. Taylor Kelly, Mrs. Gene Perkins, are entertaining their Gene Jr. and Gordon, Mar- daughter Carolyn and celia Frost, Wendy and Kerry husband. Vance, Timothy and Ben- Mrs. Duncan Welch en- jamin White, and Richard tertained with a shower for Vance, Jr. were in Barre Miss Cathy Gould of South- Saturday, June 6, for 4-HState wick, Mass., who will be the Day. Kelly and Richard bride of Dexter King on July Vance, Jr. were in Barre 11. There were 22 members of Saturday, June 6, for 4-H State the families present. Day. Kelly and Marcella Mr. and Mrs. Carl King, modeled their skirts in the Rutland, spent the weekend clothing revue, and all of the 4- with her daughter, Mrs. H members participated in an Duncan Welch. On Sunday the Dexter Family Reunion was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Welch• There were 39 members of the family present• George Hodge was in Fairlee Sunday visiting his brother Ralph. Wooasville - The local firemen, and other Raymond Thurber attended friends. Pillsbury of Williston, also a testimonial dinner, Saturday Margaret Pratt and Elsie evening, June 13, at Mont- Bradford.--=-= Davis of Bradford. pelier, for Ray Greenwood, VirginiaB"eil the retiring Deputy Adjutant for the American Legion. 439-5720 Wells River Beach Day was a great Callers at the home of Mr. success, with a large turn-out and Mrs. Harold Pratt and Celebrating the merging of of enthusiastic workers. The daughters Keeli and Denni on the National Bank of Newbury docks and floats were put out June 19th to attend Keeli's and the Wells River Savings and the bath house was graduation from Oxbow High Bank, the Wells River Savings scraped, ready for painting. School were: Keeli's grand- Bank held a week of festivities Laura Bagley attended a parents, Mr. and Mrs.Charles June 22-25, beginning with a bridal shower for a friend in Stockwell from E. Concord, demonstration of a potter at Wallingford Sunday, June 21. Vt., and several uncles, aunts work by Melvin Osorne of the Kevin Bell, of Mr. Clements, and cousins; Mrs. Frank Guilford Stoneware at his Mich., is spending some time Moore, W. Swanzey, N.H.; wheel. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles On the June 23, Russell Dole Russell Smith. Goodale, Miranda and Stacy of Dayton, Ohio, demon- Visitors at the home of Mr. of Marlborough, N.H.; Mr. strated calligraphy and on and Mrs. James Bagiey, for Stewart Pratt, Jacksonville, June 24 Lloyd Real of the graduation of Laura were Vt.; Mrs. Robert Gallo and Newbury demonstrated Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shedd. son Robert, E. Hartford, Ct.; spinning. On June 25 Dennis of Wallingford, Mrs. Paul Mrs. William McBey and Hartwell of Littleton played Munson of Middlebury, and daughter Shelli, Gilman, Vt.; requests on the electronic Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Benoit, of Mr. and Mrs. Randy McBey, organ. Shorebam. Lunenburg, Vt., Mrs. Richard Gerry Brooks "clowned There has been a conflict of Walker and son Matthew, around" on June 26, handing dates for the first lobster Fairlee; Mrs. Robert Atkins, out helium balloom to the dinner. Please take note that Ely; and several friends and kids. In the evening there was the July dinner will take place neighbors from town. on July 17. Bradford and Nora Shedd and son Blair, previously of Florida, are now living in Fairlee. Mr. Shedd is Mrs. James Bagley's nephew and has employment at the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital as s registered physical therapist. NEW SON Mr. and Mrs. a square dance exhibition with Al Monty as caller. The Woodsville - Wells River Rotary Club offered bar- becued hamburgers and hot William dogs and Boy Scout troop 152 Warren McLure, Jeanette and Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates and son Peter, Mr. and Beth Nelson 757-3429 donville June 22-26. The workshop was an innovation by the state department of education with five educators rotating at five different Vermont locations each day and holding workshops on subjects such as basics, readability, tests and reading in the context. Lynn Wilson, Marilyn Duke, Rebecca Tarrant, Ron Savage, and Rita Villemaire offered in. teresting, informative, and practical material ires was sponsored through Castleton College. . . Those attending from Blue Mountain were Colleen Page, Diane Ide, Barbara Glines, Candis Doe, and Beth Nelson. NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. James Keith of S. Ryegate are the parents of a baby girl born May 28 at Cottage Hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds, 12 oun- ces. service organizations are going all out to have an old fashioned Fourth of July celebration this year. Included in the all day affair will be arts and crafts booths, a gigantic parade with bands, floats, antique cars, color guards, clowns, fire ap- paratus, bicycles. At noon will be the well-known chicken barbecue sponsored by the United Methodist Church. At 1 p.m., the firemen will hold a muster on King's Plain. Following this, parade win- hers will be announced at the reviewing stand at Fletcber's parking lot. The National Guard Armory will hold Open House with refreshments until 5 p.m. Also at the Armory will be Bingo and the Van Club display. The I11 Club will have a Wheel of Fortune from 1:30 - 5 p.m. At the same time, there will be activities for juniors at the Community Field and Stage Coach Rides. There will be a horseshoe pitching contest at the Legion Home, a Brothers of the Brush Contest at 3 p.m. at the reviewing stand, and a band concert following at the same place. Dewitt of Bradford are the soR drinks. Quilts were on parents of a baby son, William display the entire week. Somner flI, horn June 8 at A group from Blue Mountain Mary Hitcheock Memorial Union School attended a Hospital. Reading Workshop at Lyn- QUOTABLE QUOTES "The cautious seldom err." Confucius ¶ S L W. Topsham Hazel Chase, retiring teacher at Union 36, was given a surprise party at the annual field day at East Corinth Ballfield. She was presented with a corsage and in- dividually signed card from her Second grade class and a large cake and gift certificate from all the Union 36 students. Mrs. Chase stated, "These Communities of Topsham and Corinth have to he the kindest, most thoughtful people a teacher ever worked with. I give thanks to the room mothers, staff and students of the school for being so kind, caring and thoughtful. I don't regret a minute of time spent working with these com- munities or their 'children. Again may God bless you one and all." Mrs. Chase was guest speaker at the Eighth Grade graduation at Union 36 June 18. The following graduates were there. Second Grade Class: Lorie Beamis, Sonya Butler, Peggy Covey, Tony Davidson, Susan Dodge, Kelly Fenner, Paul Flint, Jr., Patrick Hart, Bradley Hodge, Thomas Lund, Samantha Maxwell, Mary Patterson and Norman D. Perry. Mrs. Chase has attended N. Haverhill Etta Hatch and Marion Young took a Vermont U'ansit tour to Cape Cod, Martha's Vinyard, and Nantucket, also toured the Sandwich Glassworks and saw a collection of antique cars at Heritage Plantation. Dick and Mary Allbee celebrated their 44th wedding anniversary on June 27 with family and friends dropping in throughout the day. Visitors included all their five children, husbands and wives: Carol and Dick Giles of Epping, Marge • and Wink Thayer of No. Hampton, David and Kareen Allbee of No. Haverhill,' Ruthie and John Page on leave from the Air Force, and Don and IAnda from Berlin. John arrived from Iceland June 24, and he Sanborn family gathering at the Thetford Academy Alumni Banquet on Saturday, June 20. It was the 50th anniversary of her brother Chester Sanborn's graduation. Other brothers and sisters attending were Paul Sanborn of Hopedale, MasS., Marshall Sanborn of Northbridge, Mass., Homer and Helen Sanborn of Upton, Mass., Ruthola and Dick Stott of Milford, Conn., Maud Van Norden of Thetford Center, Maribelle Heno of Franklin, Mass., also Miriam's daughter Theda Wright of Millbury, Mass. Miriam's guests for the weekend were Paul, Marshall, Chet and Barbara, and Theda Wright. Monday supper guests at Miriam's were her two sisters Beth Nelson , i 757-5429' Supper at 5:30p.m. and at 7:30 p.m. there will be a band concert by the Deep River Drum and Bugle Corps at the reviewing stand followed by the drawing of raffle tickets. At the Community Field there will be fireworks around 8:30 p.m. After the fireworks there will be dancing at the Com- munity Field and Club 111. A Silhouette Shoot was sponsored by the Ammonoosuc Valley Fish and Game Club at the Clubhouse June 14. The Club will hold a Muzzle Loader and Hi- Powered Rifle Shoot Aug. 23 from 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Field Day with Bean Hole Beans was held Sept. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parker were in St. Zachary, Canada, for several days last week. Michelline and Patrick Domelain, who had been visiting friends in Woodsville, went to Boston to fly to Florida for a brief stay before returning to Paris, France. Mrs. Kenneth Perry 439-5939 every graduation of Students she has taught as they Sam graduate from high schools. June 24 to There were 19 graduates Mt. from Union 36 Eighth grade, nipesaukee Connie Claflin has corn-sunshine, pleted her freshman year at gentle winds. U.V.M. and is spending the pgeons and summer with her parents, Ralph and Mary Claflin. She will be leaving June 30 for a 12- age from a day vacation trip to Prescott, toward Ariz. where she will spend time with her cousins, the Roy tol Mathesons, who moved to heavy Arizona last March. Upon colorful. returning she will be working homemade for the 4-H County Extension tractive tray Service in Chelsea through July and August. buy. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dexter Next week attended the annual family morning, will reunion of the late Mr. and Blood Mrs. Leander Dexter, held at eighteen the home of Mr. and Mrs. 12:30 p.m. Duncan Welch, E. Topsham, meet at which 36 members of the for the July family attended, cheon. Each Mrs. Francis Perry, Barre, to bring his was dinner guest of her niece drink. and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. The Kenneth Perry, and brother, celebrants: Leon Audette, Friday. Also Joseph recently the Ken Perrys and Caswell, granddaughter, Lisa Perry Gosselin, were dinner guests of Mrs. Harriet Francis Perry, Barre.  Thompson. Game DaY Katharine BlaisdeH program 787-6315 and their husbands, Ruthola and Dick Stott and Maud and Clark Van Norden. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hayton of Aurora, Illinois spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Charles Irwin. The award for Haytons will be remembered mechanics as former residents of Pike and parents-in-law of Doros George Irwin. Sceva Sympathy is extended to the testing. family of Edward Clark. Calvin Mary Saurs has completed been her tour of duty in Japan with Rockledge, the Air Force, is discharged Baltimore. and is visiting her parnets, Don and Alice Gironard. Florence Florence Clough spent a few days with her family in the Tuesday. Concord, N.H. area. Ed, Kay and Ken Blaisdell David spent Sunday at Shelburne the home Museum with Vickey and Wilfred BABY SON Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant Sarah Lamarre will have a of Newbury are the parents of Horse Show at her home in a baby son, Christopher Wells River on Rte. 302. The Wentworth, born May 26 at Legion Home will offer an Old Mary Hitchcock Memorial Fashioned Baked Bean Hospital. and his family will he leaving Toby Tatro of Barnet. Day. for Germany in August. There Everyone is invited to take children were also ten grandchildren part in the Fourth of July nine of busy at play, ranngr from flelebration in Woodsville and ages 2 tO 25: A n0er of: Wells4qtlveP. parade friends also stopped in for a starts at ll a,m. cookout and to reminisce Doris Frizzell of Center Mr. about old times. The cake was Haverhill and her niece, Betty Others made by Ruthie and Anna Dussault, have returned from Mrs. Page. Dick and Mary's a trip to Prince Edward children children presented them with Island. Mrs. a gift of a painting of the Shirley Nicol and children, children Swiftwater £overed bridge Kristen and Scott, have been made by Gloria Towle of visiting Mary Bigalow and 3 children Lisbon. Also, their grand- family for a week. On Sunday children give them plaques they made a trip to Enosburg saying what their grand- to visit Jimmy Demetrulis and Ruth parents mean to them. family. Also going were Edith a service Miriam Lane was part of a Dometrulis, Ella and Dick the 100' Long and Janice Bigelow. work Evelyn Elms attended the Sceva wedding of Charles and Francine Beede in Barre on The June 20, followed by the a reception at the Canadian Club. On Sunday, Evelyn worked at the Lancaster Mr. Horse Show as secretary on 'nier the outside course. . vac Gl00up no. cousin Lincoln. Mr. cuts for dderly Arx PlKE--Madeline Haynes of Pike was a New Hampshire delegate to the preliminary Billie White House Conference on Jessem Aging meeting in Concord summer June 15, which urged the legislature, Congress and President Reagan to refrain Mt. from any cuts in programs for Center, the elderly until after hearing J i m nl from the 1961 White House repreS Conference. "The delegates are con- cerned", said Jack Buckley, County Chairman of the delegation, "that changes affecting elderly have been suggested and some of these changes may adversely affect our senior citizens." contest. The delegates wanted to join with other states in urging that no changes be instituted until the White Howe Con- ference on Aging takes place, .his he said. "The purpose of the Con- ference is to set a National Policy on Aging," continued Mr. Buckley. "Changes in the current services -- especially will social security -- should be the result of consultation with the elderly." The delegation also felt that the current budget trimming in the State should be careful to respect the programs and services for the elderly in New Hampshire, he added. term NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. Jim Masland of Thetford Center are the parents of a baby sea, Caleb Nelson, born June 14 at Alice Peck Day Hospital.