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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-July 7 1982 ..../ --.__. PIERMOPO" ' ,. The Piermont Softball Team clinched the Eastern Division Championship of the Con- neeticut Valley League by beating Bradford Auto Parts 18 to4. The win number 15 in a row was highlighted by home runs from John Loschiavo, Brian Van Guilder and Bobby Gray. Mike Loschiavo and Brian Van Guilder had three hits and scored throe runs apiece. Donny Hood pitched a great game against the Bradford team that was tied for second place before the game with an 8-4 record. The defense strong through put together double plays in the eighth and ninth innings. There was no game July 4. The last two games of the regular season will be at home against Wentworth and Warren 6:00 July 7 and 11. Fire Department Auction and Barbecue Chief David Cole declared Rob Elder IIIN i 272-4953 by 1:30. The Society would like by ten girls and her grand- to encourage those of you from mother Mary Kendall from other towns to come as well. Atlanta, Ga. Town Pond Gladys Martin has moved The pond is now filled and temporarily to the North cleaning itself prior to the Country RehabilitationCenter beginning of The Red Cross in Franconia and would ap- Swim Program on Tuesday. preciatecards. There is additional dock space Edward Stevens of for older children (and adults) Providence, R.I. is spending a to swim laps and a leveled month's vacation with his area for teaching younger brother Alfred Stevens. children. Earth moving and Sunday, July 11, there was a three loads of sand were tour to the E. Piermont and brought in by Frank Rodiman. Hard Springs Cemetaries. Floats donated by the Boy Anyone interested, in town or Scout Camp were transported out of town, are most welcome by Larry Underhill and to come along. The group will Bradley James. Selectman meet by 1:30 p.m. at the Alfred Stevens and Robert Piermont Congregational Robb put in the pipe that Church anddriveouttogether, brought in the water. Major stopping first at the East workers who repaired docks, Piermont Cemetery and raked sand, and scrapedwere traveling on to the Chase Tim Wilkens, Donny White, property and on the Hurd Paul Drew, Ai Metcalf, Ben Springs Cemetery. Elder, Donny Wilkens, and Friday, July23,atB:00p.m., Mary RuthElder. the Piermont Historical Final Cleanup and lawn Society will meet for a regular the Fire Department Auction mowing were done by Darilyn meeting at the Firehouse for a to be a great success. He and Glynn Meader. Other Rodiman Footes Family wishes to thank all that adults involved were Ronnie Program. donated items. Wayne God- Hartley, Brian Van Guilder An open house will be held frey was the auctioneer. The and Rob Elder. from 2:00 to 4:00, of the Chicken Barbecue was Social News Piermont Historical Society equally successful, prepared Mary Ruth Elder had her on Saturday, July 31 at the under head chef Jim French tenth birthday party attended library. and the experienced crew. Strawberry Festival and Book Sale Good weather held for the festival on Sunday. People happily wandered between strawberries and cream, the book sale, and tables of handicrafts and other tiems. Assessment Edward Green continues to do assessments throughout the town. He hopes to be done visiting homes by the end of July: Historical Society The Piermont Historical Society will have its first summer tour Sunday af- ternoon. Anyone wishing to go to the Hurd Spring and East Piermont Cemeteries or just learn more about that end of town should meet at the church. Cars will be leaving N. HAVERHILL .... John and Marge Wardrop and the wine country. have returned from a vacation Helen McQuesten en- in Santa Rosa, California with tertained relatives at her her brother, C. Lamar camp on French Pond during Wightman and family. While the long weekend. there they also visited Lake Laurent and Rita Fournier Tahoe, San Francisco, Reno, enjoyed a few days' vacation WARREN Floyd a. Ray 764-9979 Snowmobile Club Asquamchumaukee Snowmobile Club ]lad a cook- out and meeting at the Lewis Bancrofts' Saturday af- ternoon. Not much snow but a lot of rain in the forenoon. They also had an election of officers resulting in the following officers after a hard fought campaign for all offices: President -- Ken Mosholder; Secretary -- Tess Bushaw; Treasurer -- Floyd R. Ray; Trailmaster -- Don Bagiey with his assistants, Lewis Bancroft and George DeForest. Dues are now due for the year, $5.00 singles and $7.00 family. Get your dues in early, as they are going into the state early that we may get the state dues cards and the Sno- traveler out to the paid members this year. We had trouble with this last year, )the September Jamboree was discussed, and also the good things being done at Camp Easter Seal in New Durham, NH, A letter of thanks was read from the Cystic Fibrosis Association thanking the Club for their participation in this years Bike-A-Thon in which $423 was raised. Town Topics Leslie Wright left Monday for his tour of duty in the National Guard in Oklahoma. The Firemen will have a "Las Vegas" night at the Town Hall July 9 or the night before the Old Home Day celebration. Come and enjoy the fun and support a good cause. Bring your pocketbook. The Selectmen were in Concord Tuesday in regard to the future of the dump situation, conferring with Sen. Rudman. Sympathy Extended Sympathy is extended to Ann Heitz for the death of her sister, and Jesse Bushaw in the death of an uncle in Piermont. N.H. A doctor is expected to be at the Health Center, as Billie Gage is changing her position and will not be at the Center after July 1. Billie has been here for five years. We wish her success in her new en- deavor. WOODSVIlJ00 Dr. and Mrs. John Pollock of North Haverhill whose 25th anniversary was June.28. S, RYFf.ATE Dorothy Homeister Bridal Shower Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Frost Miss Jean Davidson was were in Milbury, Mass. June hostess for a lawn party bridal 30, to attend the graduation of shower June 26 to honor Miss their grandson, Brandon Janet Doe, who is to be Martin fromKindergarten. married July 10 to Johnathan Mr. Carroll Mason, and French of Groton. daughter MiLissa, Ellington, The gifts were displayed on Ct. are spending the summer an umbrella table, and her at their cottage on the Swamp sister, Roxanne Heacock, Brook Road, Mrs. Mason joins West Point, N.Y., recorded the them for weekends. givers. Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, Refreshments were served and her mother, Mrs. Dean on tables covered with blue ROgers, nee Bernadine Frost, cloths and decorated with Edardsburg, Mich., arrived roses. June 29, to visit her mother, There were 50 guests from Mrs. Mary Frost. Also at the nearby towns and Burlington, Frost home are her grand- Connecticut, and New York. daughter and family, Mr. and Town News Mrs. Mark Jordan and throe Timothy Ross, son of Mr. children, Hollywood, Fla. The and Mrs. Stephen Ross, others have gone on to visit celebrated his first birthday other relatives in the nor- with two parties. Sunday, theast, but Mrs. Rogers is still June 27 those present were his with her mother. grandmother, Mrs. Norman Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rodin Bone, his paternal grand- hosted a Roy family reunion parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil June 27 with over 50 present. Ross, Newbury; and his aunt Their son Mark is on leave and family, Mr. and Mrs. from thearmedforces. Wayne Van Wagoner and two sons, Utah. Tuesday, June 29, his real 13TH ANNUAL birthday, he entertained his FLEA MARKET aunt, Mrs. David Bone, and E. CORINTH--Yes, it's that cousins, Tuesdi and Melonie; time of the year again -- time and Miss Faith Goodwin, to get ready for the 13th Concord, N.H. His brother, Annual East Corinth Flea Jeremy, assisted him with his Market. This long awaited gifts. The Presbytery of Northern event (said to be planned for and awaited since the day New England met June 30 in after it was held last year), Bedford, N.H. Commissioners will be held on Thursday, July from the Ryegate 8. from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. The Presbyterian Churches were Flea Market is held at the Lee Dawley and James famous East Corinth Kinerson. Reginald White, Fairgrounds. stated clerk, also attended. Autumn and Richard Evans are spending the summer with their brother, Sgt. Kim Evans ANNUAL DOG SHOW in Fort Hood, Texas. WOODSTOCK, VT.-- The 23rd Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant Annual Dog Show and returned June 27 from PraR's Obedience Trial sponsored by Pond, New Ipswich, N.H., the Woodstock DOg Club, Inc., where they had visited her will be held on Friday, July 16, brother and wife, Mr. and at the Woodstock Union High Mrs. JohnMcCoy. School on Route 4 in W. Mr. and Mrs. Haven South- Woodstock. Dog judging will worth, Barre, called on Mrs. be from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Doris McLam June 29. There will be a nominal ad- Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Lang of Mrs. Douglass Fisher, mission charge. Hooksett. N.H., have an- Karen and Mark, of Berlin, nounced the birth of their son, spent June 25 with her mother, Michael Kevin, born on June Mrs. Harry Homeister. 25. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mr. and Mrs. David Lang of Murphy spent the June 26 Bath, N.H. Maternal gran- weekend with her sister, Mrs. dparents are Mr. and Mrs. Betty Bragg, and her brother, Dario ZarapieriofWoodsville, Peter Nichol in Raynham, N.H. Mass. RYF_00ATE Vacation Bible School for the three Ryegate Presbyterian Churches was held the week of June 28 to July 2 at the South Ryegate Presbyterian Church. Those from here who at- tended included: Tad and Amanda Beauvais#,Bobbi-Lyn Sargent, Kimberly and Jared McLure, Curtis, Andrea, and James Nelson, Richard Vance, Jr., Dawn Thetford, Marcella Frost, Erica Piper, Darcy, Matthew, and Ethan Nelson, Timothy, Benjamin, and Joshua White, Darren, Jeffrey, and Daniel Leonard, Joe and Gordon Perkins, Peter and Melissa Gates, Grant and Hannah Nelson, and David Pechaski. Staff members from here were Rev. Marion Redding, Mrs. Fremont Nelson, Mrs. William Nelson, Mrs. Henry Gates, Mrs. Stewart White, Mrs. Gene Perkins, Miss Jeanette McLure, and Miss Marie McLure. More News Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson and James Nelson were Sunday supper guests June 27 of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, Marcy and Katie in Katbarine Blaisdell 787-6315 on Cape Cod. Sympathy Extended Our sympathy is extended to Dean and Pat Trevithick on the loss of her brother, Win- ston DuBois of Rindge, N.H. Our sympathy also to Chet and Marge Norman, who have been called to Florida by the death of his mother. More News Ed and Kay Blaisdell spent the weekend at family reunions in Nnrthfield, N.H. and Charlestown. Senior Citizens who plan to go to Merrimack on Monday, July 12 are asked to call Gertrude Brooks by July 8. Post 5245 and Auxiliary News Mr. and Mrs. Earl Arem- burg and Mr. and Mrs. Roland McKean attended the VFW Department Convention in Concord, June 25-27. Shirley McKean had the honor of serving the State President Patricia Lemelen as her Page. Haverhill Memorial Post and Auxiliary placed second in the state in their Community Activities and received a large plaque and trophy. The Post received a citation for their assistance rendered to the Veterans of Foreign Wars National Home. The Auxiliary was given an award for placing third in their Americanism Program. On Sunday, Bertha Aremburg was installed as Color Bearer for the State and Shirley McKean was installed as District It President. Haverhill Memorial VFW Post 5245 and its Auxiliary will meet on Thursday evening, July 8 with the following of- ricers for 1982-1983: Com- mander- Roland McKean; Senior Vice-- Wayne Dickey; Junior Vice-- Norman Davis: Quarter Master-- Douglas White; Adjutant-- Edward Conery; Judte Advocate-- Calvin Reed: Surgeon-- Wilfred Hill: Officer of the Day -- John Thompson; Service Officer-- John Far- nham; Employment Officer-- John Farnham. Trustee for three years-- Norman Pierson; two years-- John Farnham; ' and one year-- Earl Aremburg. President-- Shirley McKean; Senior Vice-- Bertha Aremburg; Junior Vice- Mildred Miller; Treasurer-- James White; Secretary-- Florence Ciough; Guard -- Florence Cloagh; Chaplain-- June Hill; Con- ductress-- Patricia Davis: Trustee for three years-- Marie Bigelow, two years-- Beth Dickey and one year-- Mildred Hartley. CORINTH Eleanor Burroughs 439-5547 Gifford Sevene spent the past weekend in New York state visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Fullam of Wallsville, N.Y., spent a few days last week with his mother Mary Fullam. John and Cuslis Glover from Larchmont, N.Y., were overnight guests of the Crawfords on Hard Time Hill. Mrs. Fran Mayer, who has spent most of June at her summer home here, was at her home in Guilford, Conn., the first part of last week Her husband Bill Mayer joins her on weekends. Currently her son Bill Peherdy and her daughter Judy Bartlett and little daughter Sarah all of Guilford, Conn., are with her. Francis Thurston, who has QUOTE been living in the Charles "Evil deeds do not prosper; Carlton house in W. Corinth, the slow man catches up with has moved to Newport, Vt. the swift." where heis working on a farm Homer there for Graham Blake. N Walden. Rev. Marion Redding suffered torn tendons in her right knee and is having to get around on crutches with her leg in a cast. In her absence Rev. Dwight White from Liberty Corner, N.J., filled the pulpit both in Ryegate Corner and in S. Ryegate Sunday morning, June 27. Ilomemakers Group A group of members of the Ryegate Extension Homemakers Group and several guests dined together at the Hanover Inn Tuesday, June 22. Those in the group included Mr. and Mrs. Alfred LaBay, Mr. and Mrs. Warren McLure, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hilyer and grandson David Balko, Mr. and Mrs. William Dickerson, Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Mrs. Arthur Whitehill, Mrs. William Nelson, Mrs. Hassall Nelson, Mrs. Henry Gates, Mrs. Fremont Nelson, and Mrs. Edward McLure. Gene Perkins, Jr., was an overnight patient at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville Thursday, June 24, following a bicycle accident. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates attended the Arlo Guthrie concert Friday evening, June 18, in St. Johnsbury. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter and Melissa were in West Chesterfield, N.H., Saturday, June 19, to attend the baptism of their godchild Nathan Gauthier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Gauthier. They were guests until Monday with FAIRI,EE Mrs. James Boudreau and Mrs. Harold Pratt, of Brad- ford, had the service at the Federated Church, Sunday, June 27, in the absence of Pastor Arthur Bagley. Mrs. Russell Wing was at the organ. July Crusade Mrs. Jane MacGinnis is the town chairman for the July Crusade for the American Cancer Society. Her workers are Virginia Mead, Jeri Pellerin, Catherine White, Helen Marsh, Ruth McCarty, Irene Gulley, Betty Ferriot, Dan Ferriot, Irma Lange, and Jessie. Hall, The goal for Fairlee.ts $300. Sixty percent of all funds raised in Vermont remains in the state for programs in research, public education, and patient ser- vice. Forty percent goes to support the American Cancer Society's national research program. Fire Training Fire Chief Lance Colby, Gerald Colby, Leland Chapman, and Newton Bolles attended a training session on the forms for reporting fires and accidents, at Groton, Monday night, June 21. Newton Bolles, Perley Colby, and Don Stocking, were elected fire captains for the Fairlee Fire Department. Steven Stocking, Gerald Colby, and John Durgin participated in the disaster drill at Norwich, Wednesday, June 23. Fire Chief Lance Colby and Newton Bolles attended the VSFA meeting at Chelsea, Thursday, June 24. More News Mr, and Mrs. David Fuchs, Diane and Dennis, have E. CORINTH Boy Scout Court of Honor About 40 parents and friends attended the Boy Scout Troop 752 Second Court of Honor Friday evening, June 25 at the ball field. Following the opening ceremony, Scout Master Russell Batten, welcomed the guests and spoke of the three patrols in the troop -- the Falcons, Cobras and Tarantulas. The boys demonstrated lashing when they assembled the poles for the United States flag and the Boy Scout flag. They also demonstrated pitching their tents. Mter several games a delicious supper was served by the cooking detail. When the flags had been retired, everyone walked to the south end of the field where a campfire had been laid beforehand. The fire was lit and with the guests seated on the hillside a candlelight service of investiture for the new scouts was held. Those boys inducted into the troop were Shane Thurston, Martin Thurston, Scott Payne, Tomy Toffling, Andy Hollstein, David Seueeal, Alson Bruleigh, Matthew Galluzzo, Peter Clark, Roger Maxwell and George Smith. Scouts advancing to second class were Donald Miller, Bryan Hart, Kevin Watson, Matthew Fulford, Troy Pierson, Chad Pierson, Timothy Cunningham, David Huntington. ancy Perkins 584-3611 Skip's parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, St., in Brat- tleboro, and before returning home were dinner guests of Skip's uncle Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gates in Orange, Mass. Strawberry Buffet A very successful Strawberry Buffet Dinner was held Wednesday evening, June 30, at the United Presbyterian Church here under the chairmanship of Mrs. Daniel Loenard, Mrs. Edward McLure, Mrs. Arthur Whitehill, Mrs. Leroy Nelson, and Mrs. Warren McLure. Over 275 people were served. David Pechaski was an overnight guest Wednesday, June 30, of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gordon. David, his brother William, and parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pechaski arrived Monday, June 28, from Danbury, Conn., to spend the summer months at their vacation home on Ticklenaked Pond. Swimming Lessons Red Cross Swimming lessons will be offered at Ticklenaked Pond for two weeks beginning July 26 for anyone entering Kindergarten in September and older. Ability levels from Beginners WENTWORTH GRADUATION-- Nineteen students graduated Elementary School on June 17. Shown (front row I-r): Sandra Bouger, Katrina Cummings, Carrie Sanborn, and Barbara row, i-r): Paul Davis, Jr., Peter Chierchitti, Dennis Hudson, David Bernier, Joyce Hudson, Patrick Malette, and Michael Dow. r): Richard Brown, Michael Coddaire, Michael Weeks, Matthew Cameron Randall. Wentworth Elementary had 19 graduates through Swimmers will be WENTWORTH-- in a Downing, and Jessie Borger. taught during these two dignified and charming David Bernier received the weeks. If interest warrants, a ceremony, 19 young people Paye Memorial award and class in Advanced Lifesaving were graduated from the Cam Randall the Hoyt and Basic Rescue and Water Wentworth Elementary Memorial award. The Bernier Safety will be scheduled. To School on June17. enroll in the swimming Guest speaker was George lessons, call Nancy Perkins at Greer. Joyce Hudson gave the 584-3611. welcome and Carrie Sanborn was salutatorian. The Studio Award went to Sandra Fletcher and Jessie Borger. Michael Codaire, sang an original musical tribute to the Class of '82 accompanying Mrs. Esther Johnson 333-9704 returned from a vacation trip to South Yarmouth, Mass. The Connecticut Valley J.C.'s sponsored a four-whoel drive truck pull recently at Gray's field for Muscular Dystrophy. A chicken bar- becue was also a drawing card. Russell Schauer was chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Gallup and Mrs. Karl Johnson visited Henning Johnson in East Orange, Sunday, June 27. Stewart Osgood, who will be a senior at Thetford Academy this fall, spent the past week at Boy's State at Norwich University, Northfieid. The Federated Church will hold the first annual outdoor service on the green, Sunday, July 11. There will be old- fashioned gospel singing and preaching. Pastor Arthur Bagley will preach on the theme "Christ Crucified". There will be special in- strumental music and anyone is invited to bring their in- struments. People of all ages are invited, and there will be a special message for the , children. Community Circle The July meeting of the Community Circle will be July 13, at 7:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Karl Johnson. Fairlee Historical Society The Fairlee Historical Society will meet Tuesday, July 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the Fairlee Town Hall. The program is to be a workshop to identify photos donated to the society. Bring any that you would like to donate or have identified. Refreshments will be served and guests are welcome to attend. Stella Knapp 439-5762 Those advanced to the Tenderfoot were James Covey, Arthur Roy and Marty Emerson. Skill awards earned since the first Court of Honor last February were awarded for physical fitness, cooking, first aid, swimming, citizenship, conservation, family living, and hiking. The following scouts received their First Aid Merit Badge, which is the first merit badge any of the boys have earned: David Huntington, Troy Pierson, Chad Pierson, Donald Miller, Arthur Roy, Bryan Roy, Marty Emerson, Paul Hodge, Jim Covey, Bryan Hart, Shane Thurston, Marty Thurston, Scott Payne and Matthew Fulford. Mrs. Lillian Olsen, a certified Red Cross First Aid instructor, presented the merit badges to the boys. Mter a program of scouts and guests singing and skits by the patrols, the boys concluded the evening with the scout closing ceremony. The following day, the scouts enjoyed an overnight camping trip in the woods. Town Topics Frank Emerson was taken to the Central Vermont Hospital Friday night following a heart attack. valedictory was given by himself on the piano. Barbara David Bernier. Downing read a "Thank You Class essays were read by note." Katie Cummings, Amy The class will was read by WFATWORTH Mareella Hoffmann 764-5795 Edith Mealey is back in Vacation Bible School Wi[l town after having wintered begin on July 12 and continue with her daughter's family in until July 16 at the Baker Schenectady, N.Y. River Bible Church. The hours Charlotte Page who was are9:30to12:00noon. operated on last week for The program consists of cataract is at home and doing Bible stories, missionary well. stories, recreation and St. JohnVianneyChapelwill refreshments. Anyone have a table on the Common needing transportation should for Old Home Day. Donations call 764-9406. of food, hand-crafted articles More Town News and white elephants can be Dora Kimhall's daughter left at the Rectory all week. Carol, of Keee, and hon Doris Ball and Ime Paul o[Nashua visitedl[rs. Murphy will be in charge. Kimball on Saturday. Mrs. Oscar Kepler of Wally Howles, Mrs. Weeks' Nashua and her daughter, grandson, enroute to a job in Mrs. John Wood of Hudson, Israel, wanted to call his visited George Evers on parents in Waixham, N.Ca., to Friday. tell them of his safe arrival. James Morrison and family The call got as far as Egypt of Portsmouth were with his then was readioed the rest of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur the way. Morrison, over the weekend. Youth Season Over Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gove The Wentworth Youth Ball spent the weekend in games are over for the season. Salisbury, Mass. However, on Saturday, July Pauline Stiles entertained 10, at Hamilton Field Awards her daughter Alice and her will be made and hot dogs and friend Kathy Lesy of Carlisle, goodies will be served. Pa. over the long weekend. Perhaps that will take the They were joined by Warren sting out of the fact that Stiles of Manchester and Wentworth was fourth in the Stanley of Hollis for Sunday. playoffs. Rumnoy was first, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beck- Warren was second, and N. with of Rhode Island are Haverhill wasthird. clearing land on the east side In softball, King's Lumber of 25-N. They expect to install lost to Thetford. Their season a modular home there very so far stands at nine wins, five shortly, losses. Piermont is in first Bible School place with a record of 15-1. W. Newbur00 Happening-Jub/17 W. NEWBURY-- That Blackmer, and Mrs. beautiful small village with Edward Vervoort with a gigantic view, is assistance from many ce|ebrating on July 17 others, including husbands (Rain date July 24) from and children. 10:00 to 4:00 with a yard There will be both new sale, not just a one-house and old things for sale. yard sale, bat an entire Crafts will be displayed in village yard sale for the the Church vestry, in- benefit of the Women's cluding pottery made by Fellowship of the local Vivian Ehlers, a summer Congregational Church. resident who is a member It is a date worth of the Wesleyan Potters' remembering, not just Guild in Connecticut. because area residents are (Perhaps you have eaten searching their attics and her apple pie at the annual china closets for treasures, W. Newbury turkey sup- but because the famous per.) cooks of West Newbury are W. Newbury is reached providing luncheon and from Bradford via snacks during the day. Fairgrounds Road off Among the organizers Route No. 5 or from the W. and cooks of the day are Newbury sign on Route 5 Mrs. Alexander Urquhart, three miles north of Mrs. Andrew Jarreil, Mrs. Bradford. On a clear day Donald Johnston, Mrs. E. you can see forever. On a T. Hemmings, Mrs, Joseph moderately fine day, you DuCoeur, Mrs. Kathy can see Monsilauke and the Kidder, Mrs, Howard Presidential, Range to the Webster, Mrs. Russell north. Bring your camera ! LISBON- Hlldah Bedard 838-6725 A.V.S.C.C. HadNew extra trip to tile Andover Game Day Caller Earth Station -- a modern There were 47 Ammonoosuc marvel. Valley Seniors who gathered Three bits of business were at the Lisbon Town Hall on carried out: a book for the June 30. library is to be in memory of A former member, Clara Howard Hatch; ladies who Birch, rejoined the club as she wear size seven and oue-half Steeple Lighting plans to be in Lisbon for two shoe were asked to contact The steeple lighting for this months from her home in Mrs. Schneider; and thought week is given by Laura and Florida. Those who went to is to be given to an August 11 Harold Parker in memory of Rumford Animal Center last Birthday Luncheon at The her father. Edward Lafley. week felt well repaid for the Annex. Mike Dow and Pat Fletcher, Dennis Prophesy. Principal showed an donated by extended his Adams, school board diplomas. The Invocati Benediction were Rev. David Clinton Hutchins Marshalls were Roylene Mark Evans. Chris Lech, Becky LaMontagne. Refreshments by Mrs DoW Randall and Mrs. The Bernier, Richard Chierichetti Katrina Sandra Hudson, Joy Patrick Randall, Sarah Snell, WAn00 The for Groton, W. Waits River was church at morning, June 27. Scripture from 11 the Book of solo was by Groton Demers at Following the dinner was dining room. During at 8:45 a.m. and Waits River a.m. Groton. Mrs. Evelyn Saturday, Mass. with William Hull Clair Lamson attend the grandson, and The wedding the Bedford. A at the home following the Tillotson Sunday. More Ray Clark visited Gladys Ralph at the Hospital, Barre, last week. Mrs. returned to week after the hospital for a' The Golden Wednesday Fellowship present. from W New Jersey. Next week, rainy, Curtis bring a tray. offered to cakes. If meeting will Hall, so no called. free Blood which is t2:00 a.m. Page 6-The Journal Opinion-July 7 1982 ..../ --.__. PIERMOPO" ' ,. The Piermont Softball Team clinched the Eastern Division Championship of the Con- neeticut Valley League by beating Bradford Auto Parts 18 to4. The win number 15 in a row was highlighted by home runs from John Loschiavo, Brian Van Guilder and Bobby Gray. Mike Loschiavo and Brian Van Guilder had three hits and scored throe runs apiece. Donny Hood pitched a great game against the Bradford team that was tied for second place before the game with an 8-4 record. The defense strong through put together double plays in the eighth and ninth innings. There was no game July 4. The last two games of the regular season will be at home against Wentworth and Warren 6:00 July 7 and 11. Fire Department Auction and Barbecue Chief David Cole declared Rob Elder IIIN i 272-4953 by 1:30. The Society would like by ten girls and her grand- to encourage those of you from mother Mary Kendall from other towns to come as well. Atlanta, Ga. Town Pond Gladys Martin has moved The pond is now filled and temporarily to the North cleaning itself prior to the Country RehabilitationCenter beginning of The Red Cross in Franconia and would ap- Swim Program on Tuesday. preciatecards. There is additional dock space Edward Stevens of for older children (and adults) Providence, R.I. is spending a to swim laps and a leveled month's vacation with his area for teaching younger brother Alfred Stevens. children. Earth moving and Sunday, July 11, there was a three loads of sand were tour to the E. Piermont and brought in by Frank Rodiman. Hard Springs Cemetaries. Floats donated by the Boy Anyone interested, in town or Scout Camp were transported out of town, are most welcome by Larry Underhill and to come along. The group will Bradley James. Selectman meet by 1:30 p.m. at the Alfred Stevens and Robert Piermont Congregational Robb put in the pipe that Church anddriveouttogether, brought in the water. Major stopping first at the East workers who repaired docks, Piermont Cemetery and raked sand, and scrapedwere traveling on to the Chase Tim Wilkens, Donny White, property and on the Hurd Paul Drew, Ai Metcalf, Ben Springs Cemetery. Elder, Donny Wilkens, and Friday, July23,atB:00p.m., Mary RuthElder. the Piermont Historical Final Cleanup and lawn Society will meet for a regular the Fire Department Auction mowing were done by Darilyn meeting at the Firehouse for a to be a great success. He and Glynn Meader. Other Rodiman Footes Family wishes to thank all that adults involved were Ronnie Program. donated items. Wayne God- Hartley, Brian Van Guilder An open house will be held frey was the auctioneer. The and Rob Elder. from 2:00 to 4:00, of the Chicken Barbecue was Social News Piermont Historical Society equally successful, prepared Mary Ruth Elder had her on Saturday, July 31 at the under head chef Jim French tenth birthday party attended library. and the experienced crew. Strawberry Festival and Book Sale Good weather held for the festival on Sunday. People happily wandered between strawberries and cream, the book sale, and tables of handicrafts and other tiems. Assessment Edward Green continues to do assessments throughout the town. He hopes to be done visiting homes by the end of July: Historical Society The Piermont Historical Society will have its first summer tour Sunday af- ternoon. Anyone wishing to go to the Hurd Spring and East Piermont Cemeteries or just learn more about that end of town should meet at the church. Cars will be leaving N. HAVERHILL .... John and Marge Wardrop and the wine country. have returned from a vacation Helen McQuesten en- in Santa Rosa, California with tertained relatives at her her brother, C. Lamar camp on French Pond during Wightman and family. While the long weekend. there they also visited Lake Laurent and Rita Fournier Tahoe, San Francisco, Reno, enjoyed a few days' vacation WARREN Floyd a. Ray 764-9979 Snowmobile Club Asquamchumaukee Snowmobile Club ]lad a cook- out and meeting at the Lewis Bancrofts' Saturday af- ternoon. Not much snow but a lot of rain in the forenoon. They also had an election of officers resulting in the following officers after a hard fought campaign for all offices: President -- Ken Mosholder; Secretary -- Tess Bushaw; Treasurer -- Floyd R. Ray; Trailmaster -- Don Bagiey with his assistants, Lewis Bancroft and George DeForest. Dues are now due for the year, $5.00 singles and $7.00 family. Get your dues in early, as they are going into the state early that we may get the state dues cards and the Sno- traveler out to the paid members this year. We had trouble with this last year, )the September Jamboree was discussed, and also the good things being done at Camp Easter Seal in New Durham, NH, A letter of thanks was read from the Cystic Fibrosis Association thanking the Club for their participation in this years Bike-A-Thon in which $423 was raised. Town Topics Leslie Wright left Monday for his tour of duty in the National Guard in Oklahoma. The Firemen will have a "Las Vegas" night at the Town Hall July 9 or the night before the Old Home Day celebration. Come and enjoy the fun and support a good cause. Bring your pocketbook. The Selectmen were in Concord Tuesday in regard to the future of the dump situation, conferring with Sen. Rudman. Sympathy Extended Sympathy is extended to Ann Heitz for the death of her sister, and Jesse Bushaw in the death of an uncle in Piermont. N.H. A doctor is expected to be at the Health Center, as Billie Gage is changing her position and will not be at the Center after July 1. Billie has been here for five years. We wish her success in her new en- deavor. WOODSVIlJ00 Dr. and Mrs. John Pollock of North Haverhill whose 25th anniversary was June.28. S, RYFf.ATE Dorothy Homeister Bridal Shower Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Frost Miss Jean Davidson was were in Milbury, Mass. June hostess for a lawn party bridal 30, to attend the graduation of shower June 26 to honor Miss their grandson, Brandon Janet Doe, who is to be Martin fromKindergarten. married July 10 to Johnathan Mr. Carroll Mason, and French of Groton. daughter MiLissa, Ellington, The gifts were displayed on Ct. are spending the summer an umbrella table, and her at their cottage on the Swamp sister, Roxanne Heacock, Brook Road, Mrs. Mason joins West Point, N.Y., recorded the them for weekends. givers. Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, Refreshments were served and her mother, Mrs. Dean on tables covered with blue ROgers, nee Bernadine Frost, cloths and decorated with Edardsburg, Mich., arrived roses. June 29, to visit her mother, There were 50 guests from Mrs. Mary Frost. Also at the nearby towns and Burlington, Frost home are her grand- Connecticut, and New York. daughter and family, Mr. and Town News Mrs. Mark Jordan and throe Timothy Ross, son of Mr. children, Hollywood, Fla. The and Mrs. Stephen Ross, others have gone on to visit celebrated his first birthday other relatives in the nor- with two parties. Sunday, theast, but Mrs. Rogers is still June 27 those present were his with her mother. grandmother, Mrs. Norman Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rodin Bone, his paternal grand- hosted a Roy family reunion parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil June 27 with over 50 present. Ross, Newbury; and his aunt Their son Mark is on leave and family, Mr. and Mrs. from thearmedforces. Wayne Van Wagoner and two sons, Utah. Tuesday, June 29, his real 13TH ANNUAL birthday, he entertained his FLEA MARKET aunt, Mrs. David Bone, and E. CORINTH--Yes, it's that cousins, Tuesdi and Melonie; time of the year again -- time and Miss Faith Goodwin, to get ready for the 13th Concord, N.H. His brother, Annual East Corinth Flea Jeremy, assisted him with his Market. This long awaited gifts. The Presbytery of Northern event (said to be planned for and awaited since the day New England met June 30 in after it was held last year), Bedford, N.H. Commissioners will be held on Thursday, July from the Ryegate 8. from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. The Presbyterian Churches were Flea Market is held at the Lee Dawley and James famous East Corinth Kinerson. Reginald White, Fairgrounds. stated clerk, also attended. Autumn and Richard Evans are spending the summer with their brother, Sgt. Kim Evans ANNUAL DOG SHOW in Fort Hood, Texas. WOODSTOCK, VT.-- The 23rd Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant Annual Dog Show and returned June 27 from PraR's Obedience Trial sponsored by Pond, New Ipswich, N.H., the Woodstock DOg Club, Inc., where they had visited her will be held on Friday, July 16, brother and wife, Mr. and at the Woodstock Union High Mrs. JohnMcCoy. School on Route 4 in W. Mr. and Mrs. Haven South- Woodstock. Dog judging will worth, Barre, called on Mrs. be from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Doris McLam June 29. There will be a nominal ad- Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Lang of Mrs. Douglass Fisher, mission charge. Hooksett. N.H., have an- Karen and Mark, of Berlin, nounced the birth of their son, spent June 25 with her mother, Michael Kevin, born on June Mrs. Harry Homeister. 25. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mr. and Mrs. David Lang of Murphy spent the June 26 Bath, N.H. Maternal gran- weekend with her sister, Mrs. dparents are Mr. and Mrs. Betty Bragg, and her brother, Dario ZarapieriofWoodsville, Peter Nichol in Raynham, N.H. Mass. RYF_00ATE Vacation Bible School for the three Ryegate Presbyterian Churches was held the week of June 28 to July 2 at the South Ryegate Presbyterian Church. Those from here who at- tended included: Tad and Amanda Beauvais#,Bobbi-Lyn Sargent, Kimberly and Jared McLure, Curtis, Andrea, and James Nelson, Richard Vance, Jr., Dawn Thetford, Marcella Frost, Erica Piper, Darcy, Matthew, and Ethan Nelson, Timothy, Benjamin, and Joshua White, Darren, Jeffrey, and Daniel Leonard, Joe and Gordon Perkins, Peter and Melissa Gates, Grant and Hannah Nelson, and David Pechaski. Staff members from here were Rev. Marion Redding, Mrs. Fremont Nelson, Mrs. William Nelson, Mrs. Henry Gates, Mrs. Stewart White, Mrs. Gene Perkins, Miss Jeanette McLure, and Miss Marie McLure. More News Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson and James Nelson were Sunday supper guests June 27 of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, Marcy and Katie in Katbarine Blaisdell 787-6315 on Cape Cod. Sympathy Extended Our sympathy is extended to Dean and Pat Trevithick on the loss of her brother, Win- ston DuBois of Rindge, N.H. Our sympathy also to Chet and Marge Norman, who have been called to Florida by the death of his mother. More News Ed and Kay Blaisdell spent the weekend at family reunions in Nnrthfield, N.H. and Charlestown. Senior Citizens who plan to go to Merrimack on Monday, July 12 are asked to call Gertrude Brooks by July 8. Post 5245 and Auxiliary News Mr. and Mrs. Earl Arem- burg and Mr. and Mrs. Roland McKean attended the VFW Department Convention in Concord, June 25-27. Shirley McKean had the honor of serving the State President Patricia Lemelen as her Page. Haverhill Memorial Post and Auxiliary placed second in the state in their Community Activities and received a large plaque and trophy. The Post received a citation for their assistance rendered to the Veterans of Foreign Wars National Home. The Auxiliary was given an award for placing third in their Americanism Program. On Sunday, Bertha Aremburg was installed as Color Bearer for the State and Shirley McKean was installed as District It President. Haverhill Memorial VFW Post 5245 and its Auxiliary will meet on Thursday evening, July 8 with the following of- ricers for 1982-1983: Com- mander- Roland McKean; Senior Vice-- Wayne Dickey; Junior Vice-- Norman Davis: Quarter Master-- Douglas White; Adjutant-- Edward Conery; Judte Advocate-- Calvin Reed: Surgeon-- Wilfred Hill: Officer of the Day -- John Thompson; Service Officer-- John Far- nham; Employment Officer-- John Farnham. Trustee for three years-- Norman Pierson; two years-- John Farnham; ' and one year-- Earl Aremburg. President-- Shirley McKean; Senior Vice-- Bertha Aremburg; Junior Vice- Mildred Miller; Treasurer-- James White; Secretary-- Florence Ciough; Guard -- Florence Cloagh; Chaplain-- June Hill; Con- ductress-- Patricia Davis: Trustee for three years-- Marie Bigelow, two years-- Beth Dickey and one year-- Mildred Hartley. CORINTH Eleanor Burroughs 439-5547 Gifford Sevene spent the past weekend in New York state visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Fullam of Wallsville, N.Y., spent a few days last week with his mother Mary Fullam. John and Cuslis Glover from Larchmont, N.Y., were overnight guests of the Crawfords on Hard Time Hill. Mrs. Fran Mayer, who has spent most of June at her summer home here, was at her home in Guilford, Conn., the first part of last week Her husband Bill Mayer joins her on weekends. Currently her son Bill Peherdy and her daughter Judy Bartlett and little daughter Sarah all of Guilford, Conn., are with her. Francis Thurston, who has QUOTE been living in the Charles "Evil deeds do not prosper; Carlton house in W. Corinth, the slow man catches up with has moved to Newport, Vt. the swift." where heis working on a farm Homer there for Graham Blake. N Walden. Rev. Marion Redding suffered torn tendons in her right knee and is having to get around on crutches with her leg in a cast. In her absence Rev. Dwight White from Liberty Corner, N.J., filled the pulpit both in Ryegate Corner and in S. Ryegate Sunday morning, June 27. Ilomemakers Group A group of members of the Ryegate Extension Homemakers Group and several guests dined together at the Hanover Inn Tuesday, June 22. Those in the group included Mr. and Mrs. Alfred LaBay, Mr. and Mrs. Warren McLure, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hilyer and grandson David Balko, Mr. and Mrs. William Dickerson, Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Mrs. Arthur Whitehill, Mrs. William Nelson, Mrs. Hassall Nelson, Mrs. Henry Gates, Mrs. Fremont Nelson, and Mrs. Edward McLure. Gene Perkins, Jr., was an overnight patient at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville Thursday, June 24, following a bicycle accident. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates attended the Arlo Guthrie concert Friday evening, June 18, in St. Johnsbury. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter and Melissa were in West Chesterfield, N.H., Saturday, June 19, to attend the baptism of their godchild Nathan Gauthier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Gauthier. They were guests until Monday with FAIRI,EE Mrs. James Boudreau and Mrs. Harold Pratt, of Brad- ford, had the service at the Federated Church, Sunday, June 27, in the absence of Pastor Arthur Bagley. Mrs. Russell Wing was at the organ. July Crusade Mrs. Jane MacGinnis is the town chairman for the July Crusade for the American Cancer Society. Her workers are Virginia Mead, Jeri Pellerin, Catherine White, Helen Marsh, Ruth McCarty, Irene Gulley, Betty Ferriot, Dan Ferriot, Irma Lange, and Jessie. Hall, The goal for Fairlee.ts $300. Sixty percent of all funds raised in Vermont remains in the state for programs in research, public education, and patient ser- vice. Forty percent goes to support the American Cancer Society's national research program. Fire Training Fire Chief Lance Colby, Gerald Colby, Leland Chapman, and Newton Bolles attended a training session on the forms for reporting fires and accidents, at Groton, Monday night, June 21. Newton Bolles, Perley Colby, and Don Stocking, were elected fire captains for the Fairlee Fire Department. Steven Stocking, Gerald Colby, and John Durgin participated in the disaster drill at Norwich, Wednesday, June 23. Fire Chief Lance Colby and Newton Bolles attended the VSFA meeting at Chelsea, Thursday, June 24. More News Mr, and Mrs. David Fuchs, Diane and Dennis, have E. CORINTH Boy Scout Court of Honor About 40 parents and friends attended the Boy Scout Troop 752 Second Court of Honor Friday evening, June 25 at the ball field. Following the opening ceremony, Scout Master Russell Batten, welcomed the guests and spoke of the three patrols in the troop -- the Falcons, Cobras and Tarantulas. The boys demonstrated lashing when they assembled the poles for the United States flag and the Boy Scout flag. They also demonstrated pitching their tents. Mter several games a delicious supper was served by the cooking detail. When the flags had been retired, everyone walked to the south end of the field where a campfire had been laid beforehand. The fire was lit and with the guests seated on the hillside a candlelight service of investiture for the new scouts was held. Those boys inducted into the troop were Shane Thurston, Martin Thurston, Scott Payne, Tomy Toffling, Andy Hollstein, David Seueeal, Alson Bruleigh, Matthew Galluzzo, Peter Clark, Roger Maxwell and George Smith. Scouts advancing to second class were Donald Miller, Bryan Hart, Kevin Watson, Matthew Fulford, Troy Pierson, Chad Pierson, Timothy Cunningham, David Huntington. ancy Perkins 584-3611 Skip's parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, St., in Brat- tleboro, and before returning home were dinner guests of Skip's uncle Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gates in Orange, Mass. Strawberry Buffet A very successful Strawberry Buffet Dinner was held Wednesday evening, June 30, at the United Presbyterian Church here under the chairmanship of Mrs. Daniel Loenard, Mrs. Edward McLure, Mrs. Arthur Whitehill, Mrs. Leroy Nelson, and Mrs. Warren McLure. Over 275 people were served. David Pechaski was an overnight guest Wednesday, June 30, of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gordon. David, his brother William, and parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pechaski arrived Monday, June 28, from Danbury, Conn., to spend the summer months at their vacation home on Ticklenaked Pond. Swimming Lessons Red Cross Swimming lessons will be offered at Ticklenaked Pond for two weeks beginning July 26 for anyone entering Kindergarten in September and older. Ability levels from Beginners WENTWORTH GRADUATION-- Nineteen students graduated Elementary School on June 17. Shown (front row I-r): Sandra Bouger, Katrina Cummings, Carrie Sanborn, and Barbara row, i-r): Paul Davis, Jr., Peter Chierchitti, Dennis Hudson, David Bernier, Joyce Hudson, Patrick Malette, and Michael Dow. r): Richard Brown, Michael Coddaire, Michael Weeks, Matthew Cameron Randall. Wentworth Elementary had 19 graduates through Swimmers will be WENTWORTH-- in a Downing, and Jessie Borger. taught during these two dignified and charming David Bernier received the weeks. If interest warrants, a ceremony, 19 young people Paye Memorial award and class in Advanced Lifesaving were graduated from the Cam Randall the Hoyt and Basic Rescue and Water Wentworth Elementary Memorial award. The Bernier Safety will be scheduled. To School on June17. enroll in the swimming Guest speaker was George lessons, call Nancy Perkins at Greer. Joyce Hudson gave the 584-3611. welcome and Carrie Sanborn was salutatorian. The Studio Award went to Sandra Fletcher and Jessie Borger. Michael Codaire, sang an original musical tribute to the Class of '82 accompanying Mrs. Esther Johnson 333-9704 returned from a vacation trip to South Yarmouth, Mass. The Connecticut Valley J.C.'s sponsored a four-whoel drive truck pull recently at Gray's field for Muscular Dystrophy. A chicken bar- becue was also a drawing card. Russell Schauer was chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Gallup and Mrs. Karl Johnson visited Henning Johnson in East Orange, Sunday, June 27. Stewart Osgood, who will be a senior at Thetford Academy this fall, spent the past week at Boy's State at Norwich University, Northfieid. The Federated Church will hold the first annual outdoor service on the green, Sunday, July 11. There will be old- fashioned gospel singing and preaching. Pastor Arthur Bagley will preach on the theme "Christ Crucified". There will be special in- strumental music and anyone is invited to bring their in- struments. People of all ages are invited, and there will be a special message for the , children. Community Circle The July meeting of the Community Circle will be July 13, at 7:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Karl Johnson. Fairlee Historical Society The Fairlee Historical Society will meet Tuesday, July 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the Fairlee Town Hall. The program is to be a workshop to identify photos donated to the society. Bring any that you would like to donate or have identified. Refreshments will be served and guests are welcome to attend. Stella Knapp 439-5762 Those advanced to the Tenderfoot were James Covey, Arthur Roy and Marty Emerson. Skill awards earned since the first Court of Honor last February were awarded for physical fitness, cooking, first aid, swimming, citizenship, conservation, family living, and hiking. The following scouts received their First Aid Merit Badge, which is the first merit badge any of the boys have earned: David Huntington, Troy Pierson, Chad Pierson, Donald Miller, Arthur Roy, Bryan Roy, Marty Emerson, Paul Hodge, Jim Covey, Bryan Hart, Shane Thurston, Marty Thurston, Scott Payne and Matthew Fulford. Mrs. Lillian Olsen, a certified Red Cross First Aid instructor, presented the merit badges to the boys. Mter a program of scouts and guests singing and skits by the patrols, the boys concluded the evening with the scout closing ceremony. The following day, the scouts enjoyed an overnight camping trip in the woods. Town Topics Frank Emerson was taken to the Central Vermont Hospital Friday night following a heart attack. valedictory was given by himself on the piano. Barbara David Bernier. Downing read a "Thank You Class essays were read by note." Katie Cummings, Amy The class will was read by WFATWORTH Mareella Hoffmann 764-5795 Edith Mealey is back in Vacation Bible School Wi[l town after having wintered begin on July 12 and continue with her daughter's family in until July 16 at the Baker Schenectady, N.Y. River Bible Church. The hours Charlotte Page who was are9:30to12:00noon. operated on last week for The program consists of cataract is at home and doing Bible stories, missionary well. stories, recreation and St. JohnVianneyChapelwill refreshments. Anyone have a table on the Common needing transportation should for Old Home Day. Donations call 764-9406. of food, hand-crafted articles More Town News and white elephants can be Dora Kimhall's daughter left at the Rectory all week. Carol, of Keee, and hon Doris Ball and Ime Paul o[Nashua visitedl[rs. Murphy will be in charge. Kimball on Saturday. Mrs. Oscar Kepler of Wally Howles, Mrs. Weeks' Nashua and her daughter, grandson, enroute to a job in Mrs. John Wood of Hudson, Israel, wanted to call his visited George Evers on parents in Waixham, N.Ca., to Friday. tell them of his safe arrival. James Morrison and family The call got as far as Egypt of Portsmouth were with his then was readioed the rest of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur the way. Morrison, over the weekend. Youth Season Over Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gove The Wentworth Youth Ball spent the weekend in games are over for the season. Salisbury, Mass. However, on Saturday, July Pauline Stiles entertained 10, at Hamilton Field Awards her daughter Alice and her will be made and hot dogs and friend Kathy Lesy of Carlisle, goodies will be served. Pa. over the long weekend. Perhaps that will take the They were joined by Warren sting out of the fact that Stiles of Manchester and Wentworth was fourth in the Stanley of Hollis for Sunday. playoffs. Rumnoy was first, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beck- Warren was second, and N. with of Rhode Island are Haverhill wasthird. clearing land on the east side In softball, King's Lumber of 25-N. They expect to install lost to Thetford. Their season a modular home there very so far stands at nine wins, five shortly, losses. Piermont is in first Bible School place with a record of 15-1. W. Newbur00 Happening-Jub/17 W. NEWBURY-- That Blackmer, and Mrs. beautiful small village with Edward Vervoort with a gigantic view, is assistance from many ce|ebrating on July 17 others, including husbands (Rain date July 24) from and children. 10:00 to 4:00 with a yard There will be both new sale, not just a one-house and old things for sale. yard sale, bat an entire Crafts will be displayed in village yard sale for the the Church vestry, in- benefit of the Women's cluding pottery made by Fellowship of the local Vivian Ehlers, a summer Congregational Church. resident who is a member It is a date worth of the Wesleyan Potters' remembering, not just Guild in Connecticut. because area residents are (Perhaps you have eaten searching their attics and her apple pie at the annual china closets for treasures, W. Newbury turkey sup- but because the famous per.) cooks of West Newbury are W. Newbury is reached providing luncheon and from Bradford via snacks during the day. Fairgrounds Road off Among the organizers Route No. 5 or from the W. and cooks of the day are Newbury sign on Route 5 Mrs. Alexander Urquhart, three miles north of Mrs. Andrew Jarreil, Mrs. Bradford. On a clear day Donald Johnston, Mrs. E. you can see forever. On a T. Hemmings, Mrs, Joseph moderately fine day, you DuCoeur, Mrs. Kathy can see Monsilauke and the Kidder, Mrs, Howard Presidential, Range to the Webster, Mrs. Russell north. Bring your camera ! LISBON- Hlldah Bedard 838-6725 A.V.S.C.C. HadNew extra trip to tile Andover Game Day Caller Earth Station -- a modern There were 47 Ammonoosuc marvel. Valley Seniors who gathered Three bits of business were at the Lisbon Town Hall on carried out: a book for the June 30. library is to be in memory of A former member, Clara Howard Hatch; ladies who Birch, rejoined the club as she wear size seven and oue-half Steeple Lighting plans to be in Lisbon for two shoe were asked to contact The steeple lighting for this months from her home in Mrs. Schneider; and thought week is given by Laura and Florida. Those who went to is to be given to an August 11 Harold Parker in memory of Rumford Animal Center last Birthday Luncheon at The her father. Edward Lafley. week felt well repaid for the Annex. Mike Dow and Pat Fletcher, Dennis Prophesy. Principal showed an donated by extended his Adams, school board diplomas. The Invocati Benediction were Rev. David Clinton Hutchins Marshalls were Roylene Mark Evans. Chris Lech, Becky LaMontagne. Refreshments by Mrs DoW Randall and Mrs. The Bernier, Richard Chierichetti Katrina Sandra Hudson, Joy Patrick Randall, Sarah Snell, WAn00 The for Groton, W. Waits River was church at morning, June 27. Scripture from 11 the Book of solo was by Groton Demers at Following the dinner was dining room. During at 8:45 a.m. and Waits River a.m. Groton. Mrs. Evelyn Saturday, Mass. with William Hull Clair Lamson attend the grandson, and The wedding the Bedford. A at the home following the Tillotson Sunday. More Ray Clark visited Gladys Ralph at the Hospital, Barre, last week. Mrs. returned to week after the hospital for a' The Golden Wednesday Fellowship present. from W New Jersey. Next week, rainy, Curtis bring a tray. offered to cakes. If meeting will Hall, so no called. free Blood which is t2:00 a.m.