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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-July 15, 1981 Edith B. Dillon N Obituaries of Orford dies ..... ORFORD--Edith B. Dillon, Hampton, Long island, N.Y.; died at the Mary Hitchcock several nieces and nephews. W St C rinth G rge A Sayre, 00e00o.a, Hospital after a Graveside services were ]. Haverhill KatharineBlaisdeil long illness, held in the Orford Cemetery 787-6315 e o turns out to eo She was born in Wellan with the Ray. William Ontario, Canada, daughter of Atkinsonofficiating. Russell and MargePage Woodsville el br te th F urth ThetfordUil00die Thomas and Edith (Burgess) joined Brian, Roxanneand scholarship recipients. Plans C e a e o 8 Dillon. Kelli Copeland for a weekend were also made for the annual She was a resident of Staten Blfordman d of camping over the Fourth at fudge sale during North CORINTH--The pealing of the red-gowned Pace elicited added just Ding Dong House bell on July applause from the bystanders, touch. Even Lyle THETFORDGeorge A. Fairlee, and Joan Jackson of Island, N.Y. most of her life, Sayre, 82, died at his home on Wallingford; 14 grandchildren moving to Orford 13 years ago. Thetford Hill. and 6great.grandchildren. Miss Dillon was a member He was born May 24, 1899 in A memorial service was of the board of directors of the E. Thetford, the son of Henry held at the First Orford Library and a member and Rosa Linda (Dauphinee) Congregational Church on of the Rondo Club, and the Sayre. ThetfordHill. Richmond Country Club in Sayre was a lifelong Inlieu of flowers, memorial NewYork. Colchester, Vermont. BRADFORD--Clayton Sympathy is extended tothe Gilbert, 82, of Bradford died at Douglas White family on the Mary Hitchcock Memorial death of Jane&apos;s father, in Hospital July 8 after a long Connecticut. illness. Spending a few days visiting Services were held at the McDanolds were Inka's Thetford Center Cemetery sister, Irja Wirkkala of July 11. Claremont and Ida Butler and resident of Thetford and in contributions may be made to I)22 he married Hazel Bragg. the Thetford Academy. G rge J F'illian superintendent of Camp eo Hanoum, a private camp for 9 giris, as well as a carpenter E.I Haverhill, dies and a farmer. Ite is survived by his wife of Thetford; three daughters, Barbara Durkee of Fair l{aven; Beverly Varney of E. HAVERHILL-- George J. He was born in E. Haverhill Fillian, 78, died July 8 at the and was a lifelong resident of Grafton County Nursing the community. Home. Filllan was employed by the AUCTION Gray's Auction Calendar NOTICE NO AUCTION at Gray's Field on Saturday, July 11. SATURDAY, JULY 18 -- to settle the Estate of the late Joe Pratt, Rt. 5 between Fairlee & Bradford, Vt. Selling Antiques, Furniture & Farm Machinery. Starts at9:30A.M. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22 -- at the Methodist Church, White River Jct., Vt. Selling furniture, household goods, baked goods, donated services, etc. 5 p.m. WEDNESDAY, JULY 29-- for Don and Maryann Vogt, Woodsville, N.H. Starting at 7 p.m. Selling 30 head of registered Jerseys and Milking Equipment. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15 -- the Central Vt. Holstein Club sale, Tunbridge, Vt. Fairgrounds. TUESDAY, SEPT. 1 -- the Graflon County Holstein Bred Heifer Sale, North Haverhill, N.H, Fairgrounds. AUCTION EACH & EVERY MONDAY AT THE EAST THETFORD COMM. SALES BARN, EAST THET- FORD. VT. LIVESTOCK SALE AT 2P.M. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. EAST THETFORD. VT. 785-4348 or 785-2161 She is survived by a sister, He is survived by one sister, daughter Pamela from Martha Tomlinson of South Mary Blood of Windsor. Shelley, Idaho. Woodsville Lioness Club BITS OF INFORMATION met at the home of Terry Lang The only birds that can fly for a potluck supper meeting backwards are hum- on July 9. Notes of thanks mingbirds, were reported from the H.P. Cummings Construction Company in Woodsville and was a member of St. Joseph Church in Woodsville. He is survived by his wife, Annie (Fortier) Fillian of E. Haverhill; two sons, Robert G. Fillian of Arlington, Va., and Armand L. Fillian of Brooklyn, N.Y. ; two daughters, Mrs. Donald (Agnes) Linscott of Concord, N.H. and Mrs. Corrine Oliver of Delhi, N.Y.; two brothers, William Fillian of Woodsville and Dominic Fillian of Har- tford, Conn.; a sister, Annie Dargie of Hartford, Conn.; and eight grandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at St. Joseph Church in Woodsville. Interment will follow in St. Joseph Cemetery in Bath, N.H. Memorial contributions may be made to the New Hampshire Heart Fund, 2 Industrial Park Drive, Con- cord, N.H.. 03301, or to the Multiple Sclerosis Fund, Waltham, Mass. C.L. Wright, Nashua, dies Haverhill Fair. The town and area should be very prQud of the response of individuals and groups in- volved with the search for young Kevin Barker in the Black Mountain area. Persons of all ages participated un- selfishly with the search; individuals and organizations generously provided food and drinks -- even a watermelon) for the weary searchers. Each individual involved deserves commendation. Stephanie and Gregory Blaisdell of Houksett spent all last week with their grand- parents, Ed and Kay Blaisdell. They are the children of Brian and Pare Blaisdell, who spent the weekend here after returning from a trip to Washington, D. NASHUA, N.H.--Cornelius L. Mrs. Marion (Meiendy) C. Wright, 51, of Nashua died Wright of Nashua; 2 July 8 at a Nashua Hospital daughters, Doreen A. Wright following an extended illness, of Amherst, N. H., and PFC. He was a resident of Nashua Shelley W. Leake, stationed at for the past five years and Fort Ord, Calif.; a grandson; formerly of Norwich. a brother, John Keith of He was born in Bradford Scotia; 3 sisters, Mrs. Harriet April 8, 1930, a son of the late Whitney of White River Jct.; Arthur and Mary (Currier) Mrs. Phyllis Wilson of Pier- Wright. A graduate of mont; andMrs. Stuart (Mary) Bradford Academy, he served Gould of White River Jct.; an in the United States Army in aunt, and several nieces and Korea. He was a consultant'nephews. fob the John Hancock Funeral sere'ices were held Insurance Company in Boston in the First Congregational for over 25 years. Church of Nashua July 11. He was a member of the ,Memorial gifts may he First Congregational Church made to the American Cancer of Nashua and held mere- Society, 686 Mast Road, bership in the White River Jct. Manchester, N.H. 03102. Lodge of Elks, the Chester Masonic Blue Lodge, the The Richard Leavitts visited Parc Safari in Hemingford, Quebec, also the Eisenhower Locks and Thousand Islands on the St. Lawrence Seaway. On Sun- day, June 5, they and scores of other people watched a huge moose feeding in a pond just this side of Crawford Notch. The AARP will meet at the VFW Hall on Thursday evening, July 16, starting with a potluck supper at 6:30. The program will he "At Jolson (almost)". W. Newbury Miss Irene Trevis, an artist from New York, is having a Scottish Rite Bodies of the home built on land a short Valley of Burlington and the Marua Vermont Consistory 32nd ret Gibnan distanCeFrank Putnambelw thebarn.Old formerMiss Degree. Trevis has a workshop in the Survivors include his wife, of Chelsea d/ .woods Building in Bradford. 4th summoned the populace of W. Corinth to their glorious Independence Day festivities benefitting the 205th Anniversary of the Signing. West Corinthians streamed from their farms, country homes, remodeled churches and school houses, chalets, camps and tents, harkening to the call. The throng gathered at Windswept Acres where the parade started when the blue ribbon was cut by Eleanor Burroughs, resplendent in her colonial gown and cap. The marchers sallied forth led by the W. Corinth Independence Day Ding Dong Reunited Band preceded by their road-wide banner. Fritz Gross, master parade ar- chitect and organizer of this Little raven-haired Abra Brown amused the crowd with her creation, a large frog hand-puppet. The eminnent town professor, Corky Kramer, Director of the Threshold Institute and dashing in his Mexican attire, sauntered by with the huge Institute banner assisted by Bob Learmonth and Roy Judomann, bedecked with a, bizarre three-cornered hat. John Klein skillfully maneuvered his cub tractor with hand-crafted mini- haywagon, (best in the float division) bearing the youngest and oldest marchers, Nina Judemann, 2 years old, and Michael Starr, 87, playing Russian folk music; whereupon vivacious Dina Dubois and another young unprecedented event, played lady, unable to contain saxaphone followed 'by two themselves, were seen to guitarists, Tony on drums, execute a spirited dance on Michael Starr on accordion, the Mill PostRoad. . little Shawn with his fife, Dina Holly and Peter Crawford DuBois expert on the wash- descended from the hills on hoard and spoons, Helen their beribhoned motorcycle, Perdue ably handling the the first seen of them since rhumba sticks, Pace jingling they started building their her tambourine, plus a large new home. Giese and Vernon section of kazooists kazouing. A cacophony of sound arose when various songs erupted at the same time. John Dallett's pony and sulky led by the ravishing, Bertha Carlton 429-3868 were served along with punch and a lovely baby cake made by Mrs. Beverly Spear. Little Betsey Lynn Carleton was not at all disturbed as she lay in her grandmother Frost's arms. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Cove Clogston of the Von Witten Kennels proudly marched with their blue-ribhon, well- behaved dogs; their magnificent black Newfoundland dog sporting his elegant monogrammed bib. Sue and Jack Learmonth were hopping and greeting all the town folk and Jack's grin was almost as wide as the "I Love A Parade" banner he held aloft. Daintily propelling her custom-made, per- sonalized wheelbarrow, full to Mrs. James Perry is doing the brim with flowers, Doris Klein was oblivious of CHELSEA--The funeral cooking this summer at are rejoicing over the birth of everything but the beauty of Wentworth child is recovering service for Mrs. Margaret Bonnie Oaks in Fairlee. a son June 13. He weighed 7 the occasion. . - - - .... _ ..... Gilman, 94, was held July 6 in Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brock pounds, 71: ounces at Of note was renowned -- MI I WENTWORTH--The friends Peters tooz cnar ge. tie the United Church here. She and son Terry spent the Woodsville Hospital: Little French beauty Annick COUNTRY AUCTION OF ANTIQUIF, I of Janet and Brad Puffer will worked jfor two days., to died at her home July 3 Fourth of July in Greenwich, Justin Allen is just what they Leymarie, a vision in blue, 1 ' CUSTOM ACRIESAND  be relieved to know that their .stamize me.cni!d: ACCOrUm.g following an illness of 15 Conn., with Alfred Brock and ordered, complete with tiny ruffled APPROX. 4000 FT. OF [ little Sylena, aged 13 months, to aumorlues at months. Rev. Stephen F. daughter. Recent visitors at the Spear apron. N S RED mov tram the Massacnusetts t, enera r rs W|DE PINE STORED  has been en . , . Horrell officiated. Dr. Mr. and Mrs. John Hill from home have been M . and M . Edith Judemann in her FOR MANY YEAR8  Intensive Care Unit at everyming was anne exacu.y Brewster Martin was Islington, Mass., spent the Cecil Hartson from COn- colorful garb and Terry Gibbs Massachusetts. General ght_from q.nist, FAno Anderson F=m)r- weekend with his aunt, nc, t icqt ad Mr: and..Mrs: wexg soebody's great- o.m : . Cross : e ro s July 4 they with Mrs. trom outwest. , .... AT I0 00 A M  famd are wRh her ever da WhO accrued the chdd snouid Pra er' and th on r  n ', ' !: : " 'Y Y Y y ' e c g egat'o Franty McFarland had a The W. Newbuf Fire Corinth EXHIBITIONFROMS:3OA.M. exercising her and learning be removed to Massachusetts sang "O God, Our Help in picnic at the home of Mr. and Department have a different MORNING OF SALE Since the real estate is to be sold, conskting of a beautiful colonial leeated on a hillside in picturesque Thetford, Vt., which has been occupied by the Ross family for years, we have beea commissioned to offer the remaining contents, along with items from friends at auction. Location: Take the Thetford exit off 1-91 and follow auction signs. In Part: Two-part butlers secretary in mahogany; 7'6" x 3' wide turned leg harvest table; set of 6 decorated Hitchcock sidechairs; stretcher base tavern tablewith drawer (worked on); Windsor style comback rocker; the skills necessary to keep up General because there are Ages Past." very few hospitals that have Bearers were grandsons, the highly sophisticated Nicholas Gilman, Richard support system and Gilman, Donald Gilman, monitoring equipment needed Thomas Swanwick, Joel at this point.  Swanwick and John her improvement. It was on June 30 that Sylena, who had been playing in her yard, on Buffalo Road, was missed by both her mother and her grandmother, who is a next door neighbor. Suddenly, her young uncle, Matthew Puffer, noticed the family dog across the street. He reasoned the dog would be with the child. Then he saw primitive wooden rocking horse; decorated thumback high back rocker; ladies decorated rockers; childs Boston rocker; HRehcoek armchair; claw and ball foot writing table with drawer (custom); set of 4 cane seat sidechairs; l-drawer scalloped top stand; pedestal base round top stand; 4 posted sideboard with carved paw feet and gaUery back; Ig, Empire sofa in fine condition; Empire chests; pr. custom French arm- chairs; other Custom and modern furniture and ac- cessories. Important portrait painting of a Dr. Newton of Boston by Chamberlain; painting on ivory of Annie Bingham after Reynolds; early and important paintin8 on ivory of a woman in early dress w!th bonlmt holding a book seated in chair (crack); mimature o[ gentmman signed Elisa Edwards; painting by Weyman Adams; painting of water scene; currier and tves "The ueu ot New York;" othor prints; primitive type waterscene; book box with crewel work scene; 2 Oriental pictures; paisley shawls; wag hangings and few coverlets; quilts and quilt tops; some linen; few Oriental rugs (worn); antique wedding dress approx, middle 1800's; old fans; etc. 2 pr. brass andirons; pr. keyhole andirons; pr. bra candlesticks; several hog scraper candlesticks; dolls piano; baskets; crocks one with blue design; mortar and pestles; old sled; 15' python skin; African spear i lg. tea tin; other tin; brown English china wash Oowi and pitcher; 18 English platter; covered vegetable dish; several pc. of Ironstone including creamers, platters, etc. Pattern glass ;r Halsey punch cups; (many more items of glass and china will be included after family choices) various finger and other lamps; piano and stool by Hallet and Davis; ox yoke; etc. Wooden extemsion ladder; bicycle; tools and tool box; Westinghouse upright freezer; Ariens snowblower; rotor lawn mower; free standing fireplace; Franklin typestove; etc. SEVERAL HUNDRED BOOKS TO BE SOLD AS A LIBRARY AT 11:00 A.M. APPROX. 4,000 FEET OF WIDE PINE BOARDS AND PLANKS, SOME BOARDS OVER 30" WIDE. Has been stored for years probably from '38 hurricane to be sold at 12:00 Noon. Approx. 2 cord of very dry firewood tobe sold at 12:10. Sale Per Order of Mrs. Frank A. Ross. Thetford, Vt. set of 4 European slip seat sidachairs with vase formed her floating face down in the backs: 1-drawer Hepplewhite lightstand with fine pond across from her home. taper: another Hepplewhite lightstand with drawer; Mathew, who bad taken CPR country lift top desk with drawer on tapered legs in old at Baker River School had just red paint; country hlf r .o.o.o.od..table with .suare firdsbed an advanced first aid tapered legs; thumbac windsor nn eatr; mroeage course, knew what to do. He and single rail Windsor sidechairs; leng grain chest in worked on the child until the old paint; cherrywood deep leaf dropleaf dining table, FAST Squad, called by Debra 2-drawer drop leaf pedestal base table; turned leg deep Stewart, Sylenda's grand- leaf tables; hoopskirt ladder back arm rocker; mother came. With police Terms--Cash or Cheek escort they arrived at $ceva Speare Memorial where, Dr. An ambulance with doctors Daszkiewicz. and nurses came for Sylenda She was married Aug. 14, and she was treated during the 1907, to Dean H. Gilman who trip to Boston. Prognosis is died Dec. 22, 1968. that she will continue to Mrs. Gilman shared her progress and be home before home with her daughter, very long. Winifred, who cared for her in The expense for the young recent years. couple is heavy -- $500 a day Surviving are six daughters and $500 for the ambulance and three sons, 23 grand- without doctors' and nurses' children, 19 great- charges. Shawnee's Store and grandchildren, nephews, the other stores of the Baker nieces and cousins. A River Valley have started a daughter, Grace, died in 1964. fund to help. Contributions can Memorial contributions are be made at Miller's, Muzzey's being made to the United Bud's Country Store and the Church in care of Ernest H. Wentworth Post Office. Kennedy, treasurer. Arrangements were made CARD OF THANKS < The Burgess Family would like to' take this ( opportunity to thank aJ] those men and women, who worked m our Open Dairy Farm Day, and helped to make it such a success. Thanks everyone. Almon Katherine Duane 00errilt 00,enc,, 3=. I Montebelio Street Woodsvtlle. Nil 03785 603-747-20O0 lllt()KEl{ :  SS!'IATES: Albiue A.I.euilmhl  Paul Mayette 787-6270 Robert Dupuis 747=2,11 WILLIAM A. SMITH, INC. Auctioneer tad Alraier Plainfield, New Hamlhlre 03781 Tel, 603.67fZ949 Consignment Sales Ronm $03.Lql8-8478 N.H.Ltcense No, Zl4 -- Me. No. il0-- List No. 223-- Early American home on quiet street boasts 9 rooms, 4 bedrooms, lrZ baths. Com- pletely remodeled . . closets throughout. Separate eat-in kitchen with pantry. Formal D- R and L-R . . . Family room. Appliances negotiable -- oil FHA heat-- I car attached garage and storage shed. Nice garden spot walk to all conveniences. $34,900. List No. 242-- "Elegant age" -- is 8 room Early American home is a .dream to live in. Tastefully redecorated througn#ut , kitchen boasts breakfast counter, lois of cabinet space com- plete with electric stove, refrigerator.., closets : in 3 of the 4 bed,roms -- FHW oil heat, fully insulated. 22' x 26 garage_used as workshop and office has gas furnace. TOWn lot -- walk to conveniences. Offered at $4,1,500, Mrs. Lawrence Lane in Woodsville and enjoyed the fine Woodsville parade. On Wednesday, July 8, nearly 40 women and several children met at the hall for a wonderful baby shower for Mrs. Donald Carleton which was a complete surprise to her. The playpen donated by Mrs. Woodward was over- flowing with lovely and useful gifts. Delicious refreshments Topsham Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hit- chins, and family of Holin- wald, Tenn., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hodge. Several from the com- munity attended the Fourth of July festivities in E. Corinth. by the Boardway and Cilley Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brown, of Funeral Home in Chelsea. Berwick, Maine visit at the Victor Brooks Jr. Pike, to go in A.F. PIKE--Victor Brooks Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor A. Brooks Sr. of Pike, has en- tered the Air Force Delayed Enlistment Program ac- cording to S. Sgt. Bob Gallant. Air Force Recruiter in Barre. Brooks, a 1981 graduate of Woodsville High School. is scheduled to leave for basic training at Lackland Air Force Base near San Antonio, Tex., Oct. 14. Plans are for Brooks to receive technical training in the Administrative career field for which transferrable college credits will be awarded. WANTED--Salesperson, selling Security Syslems. If interested call 603-298-8060 or 802-222-5236. Ask for Fred or Ry. zt--7.z=-- n u00q_,jun0000[o00d [oi= mwg  slwllm SnlMOm, VIIIIMSNI' O.SI0 A pb hmenO  7.o" Srodd. Vl, wal  hd o v 31, 1981, at 8 p.m. k fl o room  Old lmd  to ._ ,=,;u,," {kdtnon# uMde by istlqt, i u=o dbom*   ml. ..V_.. right't" way called  in tm rosmnm, m= home of her grandmother, Mrs. lva Lou Welch over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. James Ord- way visited at the Welch home also this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert C. Frost of Clarion, Penn., and St. James City, Fla. visited his uncle Eben Boyce last week on their return from a trip to Nova Scotia. Ehen Boyce was organist at Topsham- Mr. and Mrs. Peter Brooks and family attended the Appleton Reunion, held at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Appleton. Honor guests were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Appleton in honor of their 50th wedding an- niversary. Among the guests were Kenneth Brooks, who is home on leave from Navy Port at Norfork, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Appleton, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Appleton and family, and William Appleton of Waits River. There were 35 at- tending the happy occasion. Lynwood Hood of Littleton and Mr. and Mrs. Pinjo Teja of New Jersey called on Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Hutchinson Sr. recently. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Perry recently spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Marcell Meschine Marlhoro; Mass., and Mrs. Yvonne Moschini, of Hudson. Mass., the latter called on the Ken Perrys and Audette, also Mrs. Odvin Perry, McFarland House, Barre.  Mr. and Mrs. Ken Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tillotson attended a 40th edng anniversary party old in RleMord recently. firetruck and Mike Emerson, Danny Gflson and Chip Spear went to Claremont, N.H., and brought it home. Let's all hope it won't have to be used for a long time. John Philips and Emery Wolf have purchased the land and trailer near the Gove's. The trailer will gladly be given away and would be good for a hunting camp. Gertrude Hodge -- 439-5422 the S. Ryegate church last Sunday. Olive Powers and Barry were on a business trip to St. Johnshury on Tuesday. Eben Boyee was in Windsor last week to visit friends there. Mr. and Mrs. George Hodge, Mr. and Mrs. James Spanner and Chris attended the Darrow Reunion in Ames, N.Y., on the Fourth of July. The session of the Presbyterian Church met at the home of Dr. and Mrs. T.M. Taylor on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Mary Smith en- tertained with a Tupperware Party at her home one evening this past week. Mrs. Kenneth Perry 439-5939 Russell Batten will he lay speaker at the 8:45 a.m. regular summer church service. The new minister, Rev. Mark Darners, will be in charge of the three churches starting July 19 and will he living at the Groton Par- sonage. The 3 churches are W. Topsham and Waits River, which have joint services and Groton Methodist Church. We all welcome you Rev. Mark and your dear wife and two children to our area. OLD HOME DAY THETFORD CENTER--Old Home Day will be observed in Thetford Center July 18 with a parade at 11 a.m., an auction at l p.m., rummage sale, fancy table and crafts, mid- way for the children, homemade food and candy, historical exhibits,  rides, baked bean supper at 5 p.m. and . b",g  ntmic by Claude 11mrsten and his band. "/'he event will benefit the Methodist Church and Thetford Center Community Aasoetatio. Staci Donahue spent a week with her Grandparents, John and Shirley Lesse. She and her cousin, Shawn Kleinschmidt, enjoyed each other's company and visited Shawn's neigh- bors. Happy anniversary wishes to the Lasses, who's anniversary was July 4. Vern and Dot Foster spent a recent Friday morning with Verne and Giese Clogston learning the extremely dif- ficult task of trying to breed Newfoundlands. The Festers have acquired one of the Clogston's beautiful Newfs and are learning all about them. Dot Foster's sister and brother-in-law, Midge and Jack Kolentik, of Meriden, Connecticut, spent the weekend with them. Dot and her grandson, Sbawn Klein- schmidt, returned to Con- necticut with the Kolentiks of left his thriving vegetable garden to join the believed the Institute has help Lyle produce The colors were deference to Burroughs, and friend to all, the parade from porch and couragement for march ahead. field, David his tractor, not to amazing photographers irrepressible history. The chewing of cud as wide-eyed at trooping past peaceful pasture. and Nina Brown Dong mona propriately proval. Will Pond, casion, added the din. And orange dots Great Meadow was heard ticipation of those', overs. Following this about 1880, parade, a provided by cooks of W. Austria, Germany have found beautiful awaited in garden whilst strolled. At dusk noisy but fireworks after almost reverent to settle. In tl shadowry up crew about. Thomas be in her late town is truly reminds me near my None of us knew the The man of about hills that reminded Mountains of Kurdzhali in After the drove back in search Howard Chesshire, Walker evening Vershire. Humbolt. spend a week with family. They returned Sunday and both were very happy to be back in the country. Shawn promptly returned to his daily routine of visiting his grownup friends. A luncheon for the ladies of W. Corinth was hosted last week by the Porter sisters. Among the guests were Eleanor Burroughs and her sister Carrie, Doris Klein, and the Agnes Carrier. Tony Lyle and Annick Leymarie this time, did not have any guests over visit the weekend. There is a debate in town Eleanor among some of the chicken Tony owners over the proper feedto weeds give the birds during their autumn days. Some say Blue Tony Seal Grower Cal is the state of few the art, but others insist that partofthe' Broiler Bits are the best. But Charli this writer feels strongly that came a more natural mixture of oats, wheat, and cracked corn Doris called Scratch Feed is the best, even though the chickens aren't wild about the stuff, over b The chickens, when given a She blind-fold test, preferred the about Broiler Bits two to one. the A group of four Bulgarian tourists in a rented Rabbit culprit: stopped in town briefly on bottles Friday to ask directions. The foursome apparently got off of interstate 91 in Bradford to buy gas, and then somehow mistook Route 25 for the en- trance ramp to Route 91. One thing led to another and they ended up here dusty, dazed, and cenfused.. tourists decided to have a picnic on the town common held at (near the Fosters) since they had strayed to such a char- ming spot. adults, Said ene of the Bulgarians, a .under large woman who appeared to Falls. ShaUn hand Recent of Irish were Roseman necticut. Tony, family in New York Page 6-The Journal Opinion-July 15, 1981 Edith B. Dillon N Obituaries of Orford dies ..... ORFORD--Edith B. Dillon, Hampton, Long island, N.Y.; died at the Mary Hitchcock several nieces and nephews. W St C rinth G rge A Sayre, 00e00o.a, Hospital after a Graveside services were ]. Haverhill KatharineBlaisdeil long illness, held in the Orford Cemetery 787-6315 e o turns out to eo She was born in Wellan with the Ray. William Ontario, Canada, daughter of Atkinsonofficiating. Russell and MargePage Woodsville el br te th F urth ThetfordUil00die Thomas and Edith (Burgess) joined Brian, Roxanneand scholarship recipients. Plans C e a e o 8 Dillon. Kelli Copeland for a weekend were also made for the annual She was a resident of Staten Blfordman d of camping over the Fourth at fudge sale during North CORINTH--The pealing of the red-gowned Pace elicited added just Ding Dong House bell on July applause from the bystanders, touch. Even Lyle THETFORDGeorge A. Fairlee, and Joan Jackson of Island, N.Y. most of her life, Sayre, 82, died at his home on Wallingford; 14 grandchildren moving to Orford 13 years ago. Thetford Hill. and 6great.grandchildren. Miss Dillon was a member He was born May 24, 1899 in A memorial service was of the board of directors of the E. Thetford, the son of Henry held at the First Orford Library and a member and Rosa Linda (Dauphinee) Congregational Church on of the Rondo Club, and the Sayre. ThetfordHill. Richmond Country Club in Sayre was a lifelong Inlieu of flowers, memorial NewYork. Colchester, Vermont. BRADFORD--Clayton Sympathy is extended tothe Gilbert, 82, of Bradford died at Douglas White family on the Mary Hitchcock Memorial death of Jane's father, in Hospital July 8 after a long Connecticut. illness. Spending a few days visiting Services were held at the McDanolds were Inka's Thetford Center Cemetery sister, Irja Wirkkala of July 11. Claremont and Ida Butler and resident of Thetford and in contributions may be made to I)22 he married Hazel Bragg. the Thetford Academy. G rge J F'illian superintendent of Camp eo Hanoum, a private camp for 9 giris, as well as a carpenter E.I Haverhill, dies and a farmer. Ite is survived by his wife of Thetford; three daughters, Barbara Durkee of Fair l{aven; Beverly Varney of E. HAVERHILL-- George J. He was born in E. Haverhill Fillian, 78, died July 8 at the and was a lifelong resident of Grafton County Nursing the community. Home. Filllan was employed by the AUCTION Gray's Auction Calendar NOTICE NO AUCTION at Gray's Field on Saturday, July 11. SATURDAY, JULY 18 -- to settle the Estate of the late Joe Pratt, Rt. 5 between Fairlee & Bradford, Vt. Selling Antiques, Furniture & Farm Machinery. Starts at9:30A.M. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22 -- at the Methodist Church, White River Jct., Vt. Selling furniture, household goods, baked goods, donated services, etc. 5 p.m. WEDNESDAY, JULY 29-- for Don and Maryann Vogt, Woodsville, N.H. Starting at 7 p.m. Selling 30 head of registered Jerseys and Milking Equipment. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15 -- the Central Vt. Holstein Club sale, Tunbridge, Vt. Fairgrounds. TUESDAY, SEPT. 1 -- the Graflon County Holstein Bred Heifer Sale, North Haverhill, N.H, Fairgrounds. AUCTION EACH & EVERY MONDAY AT THE EAST THETFORD COMM. SALES BARN, EAST THET- FORD. VT. LIVESTOCK SALE AT 2P.M. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. EAST THETFORD. VT. 785-4348 or 785-2161 She is survived by a sister, He is survived by one sister, daughter Pamela from Martha Tomlinson of South Mary Blood of Windsor. Shelley, Idaho. Woodsville Lioness Club BITS OF INFORMATION met at the home of Terry Lang The only birds that can fly for a potluck supper meeting backwards are hum- on July 9. Notes of thanks mingbirds, were reported from the H.P. Cummings Construction Company in Woodsville and was a member of St. Joseph Church in Woodsville. He is survived by his wife, Annie (Fortier) Fillian of E. Haverhill; two sons, Robert G. Fillian of Arlington, Va., and Armand L. Fillian of Brooklyn, N.Y. ; two daughters, Mrs. Donald (Agnes) Linscott of Concord, N.H. and Mrs. Corrine Oliver of Delhi, N.Y.; two brothers, William Fillian of Woodsville and Dominic Fillian of Har- tford, Conn.; a sister, Annie Dargie of Hartford, Conn.; and eight grandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at St. Joseph Church in Woodsville. Interment will follow in St. Joseph Cemetery in Bath, N.H. Memorial contributions may be made to the New Hampshire Heart Fund, 2 Industrial Park Drive, Con- cord, N.H.. 03301, or to the Multiple Sclerosis Fund, Waltham, Mass. C.L. Wright, Nashua, dies Haverhill Fair. The town and area should be very prQud of the response of individuals and groups in- volved with the search for young Kevin Barker in the Black Mountain area. Persons of all ages participated un- selfishly with the search; individuals and organizations generously provided food and drinks -- even a watermelon) for the weary searchers. Each individual involved deserves commendation. Stephanie and Gregory Blaisdell of Houksett spent all last week with their grand- parents, Ed and Kay Blaisdell. They are the children of Brian and Pare Blaisdell, who spent the weekend here after returning from a trip to Washington, D. NASHUA, N.H.--Cornelius L. Mrs. Marion (Meiendy) C. Wright, 51, of Nashua died Wright of Nashua; 2 July 8 at a Nashua Hospital daughters, Doreen A. Wright following an extended illness, of Amherst, N. H., and PFC. He was a resident of Nashua Shelley W. Leake, stationed at for the past five years and Fort Ord, Calif.; a grandson; formerly of Norwich. a brother, John Keith of He was born in Bradford Scotia; 3 sisters, Mrs. Harriet April 8, 1930, a son of the late Whitney of White River Jct.; Arthur and Mary (Currier) Mrs. Phyllis Wilson of Pier- Wright. A graduate of mont; andMrs. Stuart (Mary) Bradford Academy, he served Gould of White River Jct.; an in the United States Army in aunt, and several nieces and Korea. He was a consultant'nephews. fob the John Hancock Funeral sere'ices were held Insurance Company in Boston in the First Congregational for over 25 years. Church of Nashua July 11. He was a member of the ,Memorial gifts may he First Congregational Church made to the American Cancer of Nashua and held mere- Society, 686 Mast Road, bership in the White River Jct. Manchester, N.H. 03102. Lodge of Elks, the Chester Masonic Blue Lodge, the The Richard Leavitts visited Parc Safari in Hemingford, Quebec, also the Eisenhower Locks and Thousand Islands on the St. Lawrence Seaway. On Sun- day, June 5, they and scores of other people watched a huge moose feeding in a pond just this side of Crawford Notch. The AARP will meet at the VFW Hall on Thursday evening, July 16, starting with a potluck supper at 6:30. The program will he "At Jolson (almost)". W. Newbury Miss Irene Trevis, an artist from New York, is having a Scottish Rite Bodies of the home built on land a short Valley of Burlington and the Marua Vermont Consistory 32nd ret Gibnan distanCeFrank Putnambelw thebarn.Old formerMiss Degree. Trevis has a workshop in the Survivors include his wife, of Chelsea d/ .woods Building in Bradford. 4th summoned the populace of W. Corinth to their glorious Independence Day festivities benefitting the 205th Anniversary of the Signing. West Corinthians streamed from their farms, country homes, remodeled churches and school houses, chalets, camps and tents, harkening to the call. The throng gathered at Windswept Acres where the parade started when the blue ribbon was cut by Eleanor Burroughs, resplendent in her colonial gown and cap. The marchers sallied forth led by the W. Corinth Independence Day Ding Dong Reunited Band preceded by their road-wide banner. Fritz Gross, master parade ar- chitect and organizer of this Little raven-haired Abra Brown amused the crowd with her creation, a large frog hand-puppet. The eminnent town professor, Corky Kramer, Director of the Threshold Institute and dashing in his Mexican attire, sauntered by with the huge Institute banner assisted by Bob Learmonth and Roy Judomann, bedecked with a, bizarre three-cornered hat. John Klein skillfully maneuvered his cub tractor with hand-crafted mini- haywagon, (best in the float division) bearing the youngest and oldest marchers, Nina Judemann, 2 years old, and Michael Starr, 87, playing Russian folk music; whereupon vivacious Dina Dubois and another young unprecedented event, played lady, unable to contain saxaphone followed 'by two themselves, were seen to guitarists, Tony on drums, execute a spirited dance on Michael Starr on accordion, the Mill PostRoad. . little Shawn with his fife, Dina Holly and Peter Crawford DuBois expert on the wash- descended from the hills on hoard and spoons, Helen their beribhoned motorcycle, Perdue ably handling the the first seen of them since rhumba sticks, Pace jingling they started building their her tambourine, plus a large new home. Giese and Vernon section of kazooists kazouing. A cacophony of sound arose when various songs erupted at the same time. John Dallett's pony and sulky led by the ravishing, Bertha Carlton 429-3868 were served along with punch and a lovely baby cake made by Mrs. Beverly Spear. Little Betsey Lynn Carleton was not at all disturbed as she lay in her grandmother Frost's arms. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Cove Clogston of the Von Witten Kennels proudly marched with their blue-ribhon, well- behaved dogs; their magnificent black Newfoundland dog sporting his elegant monogrammed bib. Sue and Jack Learmonth were hopping and greeting all the town folk and Jack's grin was almost as wide as the "I Love A Parade" banner he held aloft. Daintily propelling her custom-made, per- sonalized wheelbarrow, full to Mrs. James Perry is doing the brim with flowers, Doris Klein was oblivious of CHELSEA--The funeral cooking this summer at are rejoicing over the birth of everything but the beauty of Wentworth child is recovering service for Mrs. Margaret Bonnie Oaks in Fairlee. a son June 13. He weighed 7 the occasion. . - - - .... _ ..... Gilman, 94, was held July 6 in Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brock pounds, 71: ounces at Of note was renowned -- MI I WENTWORTH--The friends Peters tooz cnar ge. tie the United Church here. She and son Terry spent the Woodsville Hospital: Little French beauty Annick COUNTRY AUCTION OF ANTIQUIF, I of Janet and Brad Puffer will worked jfor two days., to died at her home July 3 Fourth of July in Greenwich, Justin Allen is just what they Leymarie, a vision in blue, 1 ' CUSTOM ACRIESAND  be relieved to know that their .stamize me.cni!d: ACCOrUm.g following an illness of 15 Conn., with Alfred Brock and ordered, complete with tiny ruffled APPROX. 4000 FT. OF [ little Sylena, aged 13 months, to aumorlues at months. Rev. Stephen F. daughter. Recent visitors at the Spear apron. N S RED mov tram the Massacnusetts t, enera r rs W|DE PINE STORED  has been en . , . Horrell officiated. Dr. Mr. and Mrs. John Hill from home have been M . and M . Edith Judemann in her FOR MANY YEAR8  Intensive Care Unit at everyming was anne exacu.y Brewster Martin was Islington, Mass., spent the Cecil Hartson from COn- colorful garb and Terry Gibbs Massachusetts. General ght_from q.nist, FAno Anderson F=m)r- weekend with his aunt, nc, t icqt ad Mr: and..Mrs: wexg soebody's great- o.m : . Cross : e ro s July 4 they with Mrs. trom outwest. , .... AT I0 00 A M  famd are wRh her ever da WhO accrued the chdd snouid Pra er' and th on r  n ', ' !: : " 'Y Y Y y ' e c g egat'o Franty McFarland had a The W. Newbuf Fire Corinth EXHIBITIONFROMS:3OA.M. exercising her and learning be removed to Massachusetts sang "O God, Our Help in picnic at the home of Mr. and Department have a different MORNING OF SALE Since the real estate is to be sold, conskting of a beautiful colonial leeated on a hillside in picturesque Thetford, Vt., which has been occupied by the Ross family for years, we have beea commissioned to offer the remaining contents, along with items from friends at auction. Location: Take the Thetford exit off 1-91 and follow auction signs. In Part: Two-part butlers secretary in mahogany; 7'6" x 3' wide turned leg harvest table; set of 6 decorated Hitchcock sidechairs; stretcher base tavern tablewith drawer (worked on); Windsor style comback rocker; the skills necessary to keep up General because there are Ages Past." very few hospitals that have Bearers were grandsons, the highly sophisticated Nicholas Gilman, Richard support system and Gilman, Donald Gilman, monitoring equipment needed Thomas Swanwick, Joel at this point.  Swanwick and John her improvement. It was on June 30 that Sylena, who had been playing in her yard, on Buffalo Road, was missed by both her mother and her grandmother, who is a next door neighbor. Suddenly, her young uncle, Matthew Puffer, noticed the family dog across the street. He reasoned the dog would be with the child. Then he saw primitive wooden rocking horse; decorated thumback high back rocker; ladies decorated rockers; childs Boston rocker; HRehcoek armchair; claw and ball foot writing table with drawer (custom); set of 4 cane seat sidechairs; l-drawer scalloped top stand; pedestal base round top stand; 4 posted sideboard with carved paw feet and gaUery back; Ig, Empire sofa in fine condition; Empire chests; pr. custom French arm- chairs; other Custom and modern furniture and ac- cessories. Important portrait painting of a Dr. Newton of Boston by Chamberlain; painting on ivory of Annie Bingham after Reynolds; early and important paintin8 on ivory of a woman in early dress w!th bonlmt holding a book seated in chair (crack); mimature o[ gentmman signed Elisa Edwards; painting by Weyman Adams; painting of water scene; currier and tves "The ueu ot New York;" othor prints; primitive type waterscene; book box with crewel work scene; 2 Oriental pictures; paisley shawls; wag hangings and few coverlets; quilts and quilt tops; some linen; few Oriental rugs (worn); antique wedding dress approx, middle 1800's; old fans; etc. 2 pr. brass andirons; pr. keyhole andirons; pr. bra candlesticks; several hog scraper candlesticks; dolls piano; baskets; crocks one with blue design; mortar and pestles; old sled; 15' python skin; African spear i lg. tea tin; other tin; brown English china wash Oowi and pitcher; 18 English platter; covered vegetable dish; several pc. of Ironstone including creamers, platters, etc. Pattern glass ;r Halsey punch cups; (many more items of glass and china will be included after family choices) various finger and other lamps; piano and stool by Hallet and Davis; ox yoke; etc. Wooden extemsion ladder; bicycle; tools and tool box; Westinghouse upright freezer; Ariens snowblower; rotor lawn mower; free standing fireplace; Franklin typestove; etc. SEVERAL HUNDRED BOOKS TO BE SOLD AS A LIBRARY AT 11:00 A.M. APPROX. 4,000 FEET OF WIDE PINE BOARDS AND PLANKS, SOME BOARDS OVER 30" WIDE. Has been stored for years probably from '38 hurricane to be sold at 12:00 Noon. Approx. 2 cord of very dry firewood tobe sold at 12:10. Sale Per Order of Mrs. Frank A. Ross. Thetford, Vt. set of 4 European slip seat sidachairs with vase formed her floating face down in the backs: 1-drawer Hepplewhite lightstand with fine pond across from her home. taper: another Hepplewhite lightstand with drawer; Mathew, who bad taken CPR country lift top desk with drawer on tapered legs in old at Baker River School had just red paint; country hlf r .o.o.o.od..table with .suare firdsbed an advanced first aid tapered legs; thumbac windsor nn eatr; mroeage course, knew what to do. He and single rail Windsor sidechairs; leng grain chest in worked on the child until the old paint; cherrywood deep leaf dropleaf dining table, FAST Squad, called by Debra 2-drawer drop leaf pedestal base table; turned leg deep Stewart, Sylenda's grand- leaf tables; hoopskirt ladder back arm rocker; mother came. With police Terms--Cash or Cheek escort they arrived at $ceva Speare Memorial where, Dr. An ambulance with doctors Daszkiewicz. and nurses came for Sylenda She was married Aug. 14, and she was treated during the 1907, to Dean H. Gilman who trip to Boston. Prognosis is died Dec. 22, 1968. that she will continue to Mrs. Gilman shared her progress and be home before home with her daughter, very long. Winifred, who cared for her in The expense for the young recent years. couple is heavy -- $500 a day Surviving are six daughters and $500 for the ambulance and three sons, 23 grand- without doctors' and nurses' children, 19 great- charges. Shawnee's Store and grandchildren, nephews, the other stores of the Baker nieces and cousins. A River Valley have started a daughter, Grace, died in 1964. fund to help. Contributions can Memorial contributions are be made at Miller's, Muzzey's being made to the United Bud's Country Store and the Church in care of Ernest H. Wentworth Post Office. Kennedy, treasurer. Arrangements were made CARD OF THANKS < The Burgess Family would like to' take this ( opportunity to thank aJ] those men and women, who worked m our Open Dairy Farm Day, and helped to make it such a success. Thanks everyone. Almon Katherine Duane 00errilt 00,enc,, 3=. I Montebelio Street Woodsvtlle. Nil 03785 603-747-20O0 lllt()KEl{ :  SS!'IATES: Albiue A.I.euilmhl  Paul Mayette 787-6270 Robert Dupuis 747=2,11 WILLIAM A. SMITH, INC. Auctioneer tad Alraier Plainfield, New Hamlhlre 03781 Tel, 603.67fZ949 Consignment Sales Ronm $03.Lql8-8478 N.H.Ltcense No, Zl4 -- Me. No. il0-- List No. 223-- Early American home on quiet street boasts 9 rooms, 4 bedrooms, lrZ baths. Com- pletely remodeled . . closets throughout. Separate eat-in kitchen with pantry. Formal D- R and L-R . . . Family room. Appliances negotiable -- oil FHA heat-- I car attached garage and storage shed. Nice garden spot walk to all conveniences. $34,900. List No. 242-- "Elegant age" -- is 8 room Early American home is a .dream to live in. Tastefully redecorated througn#ut , kitchen boasts breakfast counter, lois of cabinet space com- plete with electric stove, refrigerator.., closets : in 3 of the 4 bed,roms -- FHW oil heat, fully insulated. 22' x 26 garage_used as workshop and office has gas furnace. TOWn lot -- walk to conveniences. Offered at $4,1,500, Mrs. Lawrence Lane in Woodsville and enjoyed the fine Woodsville parade. On Wednesday, July 8, nearly 40 women and several children met at the hall for a wonderful baby shower for Mrs. Donald Carleton which was a complete surprise to her. The playpen donated by Mrs. Woodward was over- flowing with lovely and useful gifts. Delicious refreshments Topsham Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hit- chins, and family of Holin- wald, Tenn., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hodge. Several from the com- munity attended the Fourth of July festivities in E. Corinth. by the Boardway and Cilley Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brown, of Funeral Home in Chelsea. Berwick, Maine visit at the Victor Brooks Jr. Pike, to go in A.F. PIKE--Victor Brooks Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor A. Brooks Sr. of Pike, has en- tered the Air Force Delayed Enlistment Program ac- cording to S.Sgt. Bob Gallant. Air Force Recruiter in Barre. Brooks, a 1981 graduate of Woodsville High School. is scheduled to leave for basic training at Lackland Air Force Base near San Antonio, Tex., Oct. 14. Plans are for Brooks to receive technical training in the Administrative career field for which transferrable college credits will be awarded. WANTED--Salesperson, selling Security Syslems. If interested call 603-298-8060 or 802-222-5236. Ask for Fred or Ry. zt--7.z=-- n u00q_,jun0000[o00d [oi= mwg  slwllm SnlMOm, VIIIIMSNI' O.SI0 A pb hmenO  7.o" Srodd. Vl, wal  hd o v 31, 1981, at 8 p.m. k fl o room  Old lmd  to ._ ,=,;u,," {kdtnon# uMde by istlqt, i u=o dbom*   ml. ..V_.. right't" way called  in tm rosmnm, m= home of her grandmother, Mrs. lva Lou Welch over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. James Ord- way visited at the Welch home also this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert C. Frost of Clarion, Penn., and St. James City, Fla. visited his uncle Eben Boyce last week on their return from a trip to Nova Scotia. Ehen Boyce was organist at Topsham- Mr. and Mrs. Peter Brooks and family attended the Appleton Reunion, held at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Appleton. Honor guests were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Appleton in honor of their 50th wedding an- niversary. Among the guests were Kenneth Brooks, who is home on leave from Navy Port at Norfork, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Appleton, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Appleton and family, and William Appleton of Waits River. There were 35 at- tending the happy occasion. Lynwood Hood of Littleton and Mr. and Mrs. Pinjo Teja of New Jersey called on Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Hutchinson Sr. recently. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Perry recently spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Marcell Meschine Marlhoro; Mass., and Mrs. Yvonne Moschini, of Hudson. Mass., the latter called on the Ken Perrys and Audette, also Mrs. Odvin Perry, McFarland House, Barre.  Mr. and Mrs. Ken Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tillotson attended a 40th edng anniversary party old in RleMord recently. firetruck and Mike Emerson, Danny Gflson and Chip Spear went to Claremont, N.H., and brought it home. Let's all hope it won't have to be used for a long time. John Philips and Emery Wolf have purchased the land and trailer near the Gove's. The trailer will gladly be given away and would be good for a hunting camp. Gertrude Hodge -- 439-5422 the S. Ryegate church last Sunday. Olive Powers and Barry were on a business trip to St. Johnshury on Tuesday. Eben Boyee was in Windsor last week to visit friends there. Mr. and Mrs. George Hodge, Mr. and Mrs. James Spanner and Chris attended the Darrow Reunion in Ames, N.Y., on the Fourth of July. The session of the Presbyterian Church met at the home of Dr. and Mrs. T.M. Taylor on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Mary Smith en- tertained with a Tupperware Party at her home one evening this past week. Mrs. Kenneth Perry 439-5939 Russell Batten will he lay speaker at the 8:45 a.m. regular summer church service. The new minister, Rev. Mark Darners, will be in charge of the three churches starting July 19 and will he living at the Groton Par- sonage. The 3 churches are W. Topsham and Waits River, which have joint services and Groton Methodist Church. We all welcome you Rev. Mark and your dear wife and two children to our area. OLD HOME DAY THETFORD CENTER--Old Home Day will be observed in Thetford Center July 18 with a parade at 11 a.m., an auction at l p.m., rummage sale, fancy table and crafts, mid- way for the children, homemade food and candy, historical exhibits,  rides, baked bean supper at 5 p.m. and . b",g  ntmic by Claude 11mrsten and his band. "/'he event will benefit the Methodist Church and Thetford Center Community Aasoetatio. Staci Donahue spent a week with her Grandparents, John and Shirley Lesse. She and her cousin, Shawn Kleinschmidt, enjoyed each other's company and visited Shawn's neigh- bors. Happy anniversary wishes to the Lasses, who's anniversary was July 4. Vern and Dot Foster spent a recent Friday morning with Verne and Giese Clogston learning the extremely dif- ficult task of trying to breed Newfoundlands. The Festers have acquired one of the Clogston's beautiful Newfs and are learning all about them. Dot Foster's sister and brother-in-law, Midge and Jack Kolentik, of Meriden, Connecticut, spent the weekend with them. Dot and her grandson, Sbawn Klein- schmidt, returned to Con- necticut with the Kolentiks of left his thriving vegetable garden to join the believed the Institute has help Lyle produce The colors were deference to Burroughs, and friend to all, the parade from porch and couragement for march ahead. field, David his tractor, not to amazing photographers irrepressible history. The chewing of cud as wide-eyed at trooping past peaceful pasture. and Nina Brown Dong mona propriately proval. Will Pond, casion, added the din. And orange dots Great Meadow was heard ticipation of those', overs. Following this about 1880, parade, a provided by cooks of W. Austria, Germany have found beautiful awaited in garden whilst strolled. At dusk noisy but fireworks after almost reverent to settle. In tl shadowry up crew about. Thomas be in her late town is truly reminds me near my None of us knew the The man of about hills that reminded Mountains of Kurdzhali in After the drove back in search Howard Chesshire, Walker evening Vershire. Humbolt. spend a week with family. They returned Sunday and both were very happy to be back in the country. Shawn promptly returned to his daily routine of visiting his grownup friends. A luncheon for the ladies of W. Corinth was hosted last week by the Porter sisters. Among the guests were Eleanor Burroughs and her sister Carrie, Doris Klein, and the Agnes Carrier. Tony Lyle and Annick Leymarie this time, did not have any guests over visit the weekend. There is a debate in town Eleanor among some of the chicken Tony owners over the proper feedto weeds give the birds during their autumn days. Some say Blue Tony Seal Grower Cal is the state of few the art, but others insist that partofthe' Broiler Bits are the best. But Charli this writer feels strongly that came a more natural mixture of oats, wheat, and cracked corn Doris called Scratch Feed is the best, even though the chickens aren't wild about the stuff, over b The chickens, when given a She blind-fold test, preferred the about Broiler Bits two to one. the A group of four Bulgarian tourists in a rented Rabbit culprit: stopped in town briefly on bottles Friday to ask directions. The foursome apparently got off of interstate 91 in Bradford to buy gas, and then somehow mistook Route 25 for the en- trance ramp to Route 91. One thing led to another and they ended up here dusty, dazed, and cenfused.. tourists decided to have a picnic on the town common held at (near the Fosters) since they had strayed to such a char- ming spot. adults, Said ene of the Bulgarians, a .under large woman who appeared to Falls. ShaUn hand Recent of Irish were Roseman necticut. Tony, family in New York