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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-July 21; 1982 PIF, RMONT Team Wins Two The Piermont Softball Team won its opening two games of the Southern League Playoffs. Beth games ended in the 5th inning when Piermont held or reached a 10 run lead. Each game was typical of the kind of defense, pitching, and hitting that have built the teams 19 game win streak. Both games also featured home runs by Don Kimball, the only fence clearing biases {over 275 feet) of the 16 piayoff games. The first game was an 11-1 triumph over Orford, a second division club. The team was led by 2 for 3 hitting by Scott " Rohie and Lance Mills. On Sunday a good Lake Morey team (12-71 was demoralized by a 5 run first inning and great game long outfield defense. Don Kimball went 3 for 3 with 4 runs batted in. Donny Hood went 2 for 2 and only allowed the Lake Morey team 6 hits. Base running for Piermont was daring and kept the Fairlee team from its' best fielding efforts. If you have an interest in seeing outstanding team play you should be at Lyme field next Saturday. Piermont will play at 5:45 against Lyme (12- 7). Your support is needed as the Lyme town heroes, who upset West Fairlee, will be heavily supported on their own field. If Piermont wins on Saturday the finals would begin at 3:15 on Sunday. 4-H Horse Show The Grafton County 4-H Horse Show was held in North Haverhill. Saturday, July 10th. Eight of the twenty.five participants qualified for the N.H. State Show at Plymouth Aug. 26-29. Ptermont will have as representatives Debhie White and Heather Schmid as Juniors and Heidi Osgood in the Seniors. Debhie was High Point Junior earning 349 out of 350 in 5 skill areas. Heidi and Heather each had a perfect score m equitation (horse judging). Dawn Stygles did well as a first year rider earning a blue and red. Library News Shirley Gould is a new I ii searchers, are needed. Come to the Library if you are between grades 1 and 8, Tuesdays 10-8 or Saturday, 1-4 and sign up for strange trips and great adventures. Historical Society The Annual Roots Meeting will be held at the Fire House at 8:00 Friday the 23rd. Mrs. Gladys Gilman of North Haverhill put together much of the family history that will be presented by Wayne Rodiman. Social News Mrs. A.M. Hartogense of Sarasota Florida, who had been visiting at the Sargent cottages since June th left for Blowing Rock, North Carolina to return in August. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chasson, now living in Green Valley Arizona, came back to the lake where they sum- mered for many years, to call on friends. F.00I,EE ' Mr. and Mrs. Franklin, and daughter Wendy, formerly of N. Thetford, have purchased the former Ethel George house. They have been living there since May. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fay, of Lake Worth, Fla., are spen- ding some time with Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bolles and family. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Vienneau, and son William of Natick, Mass., was with Mrs. Vienneau's mother, Mrs. William Neale on July 6 and 7. Mr. Roxy Martin, of Gar- field Heights, Ohio, and Largo, Fla., visited Mr. and Mrs. R H. Cramer, Sr., for two weeks, recently. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fichera, and Jay, were Mrs. Fichera's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boczanowski, of Medway, Mass. Pastor Arthur Bagley and his brother, James Bagley were in Lyndonville, July 5, visiting a friend of Pastor Bagley's, The Rev. David Schlansker. They also called on friends in Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. William Fay, and sons, of L. I., N.Y., visited Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bolles t !IY fox several days lasweek. S. NEWBURY Isabel Whitney 866-5675 Norm Williams is home from the hospital. He has made some progress but still has some problems. Mr. Massaro has moved his trailer from beside Route 5 to behind the Tburston barn. He hopes his three cats will have a better chance of survival not so close to the road. The Gilbrides are home again after two weeks travelling. Sunday Pam Smith came to the rescue when the Smit horse trotted on to the lawn at Sleepers Meado@, and remained there, pawing the ground and whinnying, Perps demanding service? The previous morning Peter Cole had found him trotting unconcernedly along the railroad line between the rails. Michelle Avery took her dogs to a New Hampshire farm where she was photographing horses. One horse reared, which made a splendid picture bat it scared the dogs and they ran away. Michelle spent most of the day and night searching for them. They are safely home again. Mrs. Ellsworth Pickering, mother Mrs. Comer and son James from Conway, N.H., are staying at Sleepers Meadow Cabins. This is their 14th summer here. James is helping Peter Cole. Peter Cole, Ryan Grow and Jay Cole are planning a trip to Boston Saturday for the game. Selenda Grow arrived back from England Monday about 5:30 p.m. She was very tired but enchanted with her trip. The very professional director at the final concert had given all concerned with the chorus great praise which was the final seal of satisfaction after their exhausting year of hard work and tour of rehearsals and concerts in England. Salenda spent a pleasant week after the tour with her uncle and aunt in Gloucestershire and her niece in Clapham. Baby Boy Preston and Davida Foster of Twinflower are the proud Cotrents of a baby boy, born at rage Hospital Sunday, July llth. Name David Jonathan: weight, eight pounds, eighf ounces. Rob Elder I I I i ii H 272-4953 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest D. North from Ridgewood, N.JH. arrived at the Sargent cot- tages on July 1st for the season. Visiting the North's over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. John North and Debby from Weston, Mass. Other visitors at the Sargent cottages were Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Boice from New Paltz, N.Y. and Mrs. Charles Gladhill from Fayetteville, N.Y. The Arnold Soloway cottage has been occupied the last two weeks. Dr. and Mrs. Clarence Hare from Vero Beach, Fla. have been at their cottage since June 15th. This week they are entertaining a daughter and grandchildren. The Lake Armington Association Meeting will he held at the Tarleton Con- vention Center on July 25th at 2p.m. Mrs. Esther Johnson 333-9704 Softball Larry Martin, manager of the Fairlee Major League Softball team, reports an excellent season ending the year second in the League. The team won nine games, lost four, and tied one. Todd Pierson will be on the All-Star team. Richard Bourgelas, Eileen Newton, and Katrina Wallstrom coached [he Minor League team, consisting of 15 boys and six girls. This is the first time in ten years that Fairlee has had a Minor League team. The young people ended the season with eight wins and four loses. N Things to see in S. Ryegate Spbl te tke Jnnml 01ddm by MICHELLE ARNOSKY S. RYEGATE-- An in- creasingly familiar sight in town is a yellow and white helicopter landing in the middle of the Pollution Control Project site. This area is next to the stonesheds past the in- tersection in S. Ryegate. The owner and pilot of the helicopter is Carl Moulton who owns Moulton Con- struction in Leman, N.H. This same company is constructing a sewer for ,  the Environmental :: ' ........ ..... Protection Agency for  "- Ryegate, Vt. A sign near the onstruction site reads that $156,000 of Federal dollars have been put into this project and $294,000 from the state are being used. Down the road On Route 302 heading into S. Ryegate, I spotted a barn sale, the remains of the Fourth of July weekend. 1 browsed through a selection of old radios, china, glassware, and ancient magazines. I asked Helen Harned, the owner of the barn sale, how long her barn sale would run and she said, "Probably Torever !" Helen Harned informed me that her husband, Stanley E. Harned and herself are moving south soon and they want to rid themselves of, needless items. So when you are heading towards S. HELICOPTER-- This helicopter has been seen buzzing armmd S. Ryegate recently, pTo ev Micm AR Ryegate maybe you could help the Harneds clear out some of their things. A new feature in S. Ryegate is a crosswalk which is situated on Route 302 in front of the blinking light. This crosswalk was repainted by the state for the purpose of having a safety measure for the They celebrated the end of the RYEGATE year with a picnic at Aloha . Manor. Congratulations to the Mrs. Caroline Natalazier, young folks and their coaches Esmond, RI. and Mrs. Delta onbothoftheseteams! Ystueta, Chesterfield, Mo., Ca mp Choir are spending three weeks at The choir from Camp Aloha their summer home here. will be at the service at the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant Federated Church on Aug 15. left July II tospend two weeks The choir will he under the at their summer camp on direction of Mr. Robert Love. Little Bear Pond. Turner Fairlee Falls, Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Public Beach Lee Turner, Lake Wales. Fla. Fairlee Public Beach news: called on the Grants July 10. Richard Bourgelas, chairman Mr. and Mrs. James For- of the beach, reports that tuno, Southbury, Conn. visited with her mother, Mrs. Harry registration was on July 6, and friends over the weekend of that the swimming program stat'q)ll"  ' July 7/llerry July 10. J.B. Hamilton. Glenn Falls. WARREN Aitkinson, of Montpelier, is senior instructor and head life N.Y.. and Joe's Pond. called guard: first assistant is Susan on his mother, Mrs. Celia Martell, of Montpelier; second Hamilton, July 12. assistant is Claudia Fagan, of New Baby Girl Vergennes. Ben Davis, of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fairlee, is a volunteer aideon Couture, Barre, are the the beach for the summer. The parents of a daughter. Emily program has been extended Martinet, born July first. Maternal grandparents are " this season. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford The flags on the common, Whitcher of So. Ryegate. She Sunday, July 11, were put out joins an older brother by Fairlee's Flag-putter- Mrs. Alison Martin and two outer, Raymond Thurber, in sons, Millbury, Mass. spent honor of Prisoner-of-War and the weekend. July t0. with her Missing-in-Action Week, remembering the above from parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin FrosL The Frosts were in theVietNamaetion. Concord, N.H. July 13. to The annual Out-door Ser- attend the funeral services of vice, Sunday, July 11, at the her brother-in-law, Solon Federated Church, was a Care. success. It was held on the Dr. and Mrs. Leland Hall, common. James Bagley, the have returned to their home in church organist, played his accordion, and the church's Hanover. N.H., after spending antique collection bags were a week at their camp on used for the offerings. Mrs. Buck's Pond, nearS. Ryegate. Mrs. Winnie Frost spent the Irene Gulley was in charge of weekend at the home of her the fellowship hour after the son Dtflbert Frost in Walpole, service. QUOTE "A decision is what a man makes when be can't find anyone to serve on a com- mittee." Fletcher Knebel N.H. Her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Black, Westfield. Mass., were also there. The family reunion was held in honor of Mrs. Frost's two grandsons, who were present, Corp. Kenneth Frost, Camp Pendleton, Calif., and Airman, first class Stephen Black, Limestone, Me. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rogers eft July ll, for their home in Edwardsburg, Wis. after spending two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Mary Frost. 80th Birthday Severino Zambon celebrated his 80th birthday July 12 with sisters, Miss Ellis Zambone, Montpelier, and Mrs. Matbew Donavan. W. Yarmouth, Mass. present. Earlier Mrs. Peter Zambon and daughter Rhonda, Lit- tleton, also were here. Mrs. Charles Grant, Miss Pearl Grant and Mrs. Doris McLam were in Bradford July 10 to attend a bridal shower at the home of Mrs. John McCoy, for her granddaughter, Cynthia Kelley July 11, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller and son Brian of Woodsville, N.H., Mr. and Mrs, George Davison and daughter Kimberley, E. Walpole, Mass., and Mrs. Irene Miller Woodsville, N.H. called on her sister, Miss Pearl Grant. Mrs. Ruth Hatch visited her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hatch, at their new camp on Peacham Pond, July 10. July 16 Mrs. Amos Brown, Littleton, called on Mrs. Doris McLam. They called on Mr. and *', John McCoy, Bradford. Mrs. Lillian Fiske returned to her home July 14 from Northern Vermont Regional Hospital where she had eye surgery. Mrs. Douglass Fisher. Berlin. attended her 26th Wells River High School class reunion on July l0 and the general reunion and banquet at the Happy Hour that evemng. She spent the night Mr, and Mrs. Bruce Whit- cher and daughter are visiting his mother Mrs. Vera Whit- cher. Bruce is with the Probation Department for the State of N. Carolina. Snowmobile Club The Snowmobile Club dinner for Old Home Day was a great success, as all enjoyed the meal. the Club picked up a few funds for their treasury. The next meeting of the Asquamchumaukee Snowmobile Club will be August 21 at Buskeys Cabin at 3:00 p.m. Try and be present and also membership dues are now due. We will have revised regulations on the use by snowmobilers on class four, five and six town roads. The Club won first place in the parade for their float. The credit goes to those who worked on the float. More News Mr. and Mrs. Everett Goodwin have returned from a trip to Indiana and other places in that section. Dr. Dirk Spruyt, wife Jane and youngest son were visiting in the village this week. They still live in Chapel Hill, N. Carolina, where they have been for some time. Dr. Spruyt was one of the first MD'S we had at the HeAlth Center when it first opened over 20 years ago. Rummage Sale The Eastern Star will be holding a food and rummage sale at the Masonic Temple Saturday the 17th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Come bring some things and take some others home. Also Masonic meeting this Thursday at the Temple. The Old Home Day seemed to be a huge success but I do not have all the particulars at this time. I am sure someone will supply them. The only dark item was that a person or persons broke into the Methodist Church vestry Friday night and took some of chicken halfs ready forfrying. The chickens were found outside but the picnic freezer container they were inohas not yet been recovered. Several leads are in the works for apprehension of the person or persons responsible. Community Saddened The community is saddened by the passing Of Audrey Prouty. Audrey has been in Hanover Hospital since about January fighting undofeatahie odds, but she courageously fought the good fight. The world would he a better place in which to live if we had more Audrey Proutys. The life of 007 Sylvester Little is known of 007 Sytvester's early life/One at home!" Impossible!! She had no idea of Sylvester's organizational qualities. Moreover she called him "Jane" -- which may well be why he had sought another home. Whatever his reusom for leaving Goshen Road, they .must woods came Sylvester. postal premises except in an official capacity. As readers of the Journal Opinion know, this was the beginning of Sylvester's postal career. The S. Newbury post- master held a consultation with the various animals and gave them all security numbers beginning with 007. Thereafter they could he officially about their duties in the post office. Needless tO Bay, Sylvoster soun rose to the top. As far as we know his services were never recognized by the postal hierarchy; but they were invaluable and he had a tremendous grass roots following. His place can never be filled. In 'fact the pest. muter is quite unable to cmtimm epetin the post effiee without him and will be retiring on August 21. child drove ov from the home. Shectly ffter this the U,S. Postal Sarviee am'xine somewhat rehi, the its policy 'regarding eats. young woma saying she No eats (Or dogs) It was had "three more like him stated, would be allowed on many people crossing the intersection. Editor's Note: Michelle Arnesky, 15, lives in S. Ryegate and is a student at Blue Mountain Union High School. Michelle has a special interest in the field of journalism and we will be printing a number of her articles and photographs this summer. Dorothy Homeister 584-3676 Homeister. On July 9 Miss Elin Wackernagel, Washington, D.C. and Mon- tpelier, called on Mrs. Homeister. Cedric Smith has returned from a chartered bus trip with members of the Order of the Eastern Star. They visited the Amish Country, in Penn- sylvania. Hersey, and other points of interest in that area. Mrs Dorothy Nelson was also a member of the group. Floyd R. Ray 7-9q79 Retired Parson Dorothy Sprague had her first flight in a chopper Old Home Day. She says the Town looked so pretty from the air, and I would bet if she were younger and the parson, she would be circuit riding her territory in a chopper. A new family have pur- chased the former Bob Main cabin on Oak Hill. This person is a minister from western Massachusetts. Bud Pushee is having a new building erected at the site of the former Anderson filling station and snack bar. It is good to see the Archibalds have arrived from Pennsylvania to their summer quarters on Pine Hill. Warden's Meeting The July meeting of the Pemi Fire Wardens Association met in Alexandria Wednesday, July 13. After a delicious roast beef dinner, the group was welcomed by host Warden Ken Patten. The Alexandria firemen had on display the new firetruck they had just purchased which was a 1957 Mack, 1000-gallon pumper with all the fixtures, and seemed in excellent condition. The meeting was opened and lead by group President Bill Mellet of Woodstock, and the minutes of the previous meeting read by Secretary- Treasurer Virginia Speed. Ranger Carlson made his report and the first item of business for him was the announcement of a new Ranger, a son which arrived in his district lately weighing in at over ten pounds. He reported mother, father and baby all doing well with all systems working, and he presented a picture of the new arrival. He reported on the cost of recent fires, and although the fires were small, the cost continues to escallate per acre. He reported on a small fire in Chatham recently which was practically on the Maine border, cuasing some confusion as to who would sta .rid the costs. Ranger Ricard of this district stated that in spite of the many rains in June, the ground was now beginning to be quite dry. In fact, so dry that if some moisture does not arrive soon, the issuing of permits might he limited. He reported that the Step Test in Haverhill did not have many participants, and hoped more would show in Plymouth en the 20th. One must past this test to be shipped to some W. FAIRI FF, "A time to keep silence and a time to speak..." Don't tell a soul I told you this-- A secret must be kept. And I wouldn't tell yon not to tell Of what I said except-- That someone might tell someone else and what would I do then But say that I do not know how or where, or who, or when-- For secrets are not meant to say who told them,don't you see For if you said a certain thing it might get back to me: (from) To Everything A Season by Joyce Hitler July in West Fairlee The month began with vacations for some, week-end camping trips for several families to celebrate the holiday, and a lovely day on the fourth, ending the evening with beautiful "bang-up" sparkling fireworks over Lake Fairlee. These were the gift of a gracious gentleman, Web Keefe, to his many friends, and a delightful evening it was for all. The fireworks followed one of the most beautiful sunsets to be seen this sum- mer. Some Of our Middle Brook and Lake friends have been busy with company. Ken and Ginny Southworth enjoyed a visit by their grandnephew, Aaron East- man, of Bradford. He spent most of the first week of July at the farm and among other activities, he helped Uncle Ken and Aunt Ginny with the haying. Remember what fun it was when we were young? Next to arrive were Ginny's nephew, Wayne Buzzell, his wife Linda and two sons, Steven and Allen of Chicopee, Mass. to spend last week at the farm. To join them for one day and .a night came Chris and Alfred Pennock (Ginny's sister and husband) of Saxtons River who brought "A Georgia Peach" with them, their daughter Donna Hurd of Georgia. Then the Pennncks, Parker (another sister and visit. Their husband) before returning to York but somehow Saxtons River. What a still calls them. "rollicking" good time must Just recently, have been had by everyone at his wife Sherrie the farm that week. from Manchester, Now, up the Brook a short up to stay for way from the Southworths we and Mom. come to the home of Vena And, Bill and Beebe. a time of Early in the month, Leslie their table with and Lois Beebe of Norwich, Robert Hauger Conn., came to spend a day girls from with Vena. They took her for a they shared ride and entertained her at At the lunch at the Kettledrum before returning to their This is a busy home. much is Last Saturday, two lovely ahead. ladies, long time friends, his wife Sue enjoyed a visit together. Sarah Esther Hastings, of Laconia, to spend at N.H. came to Vena's home for Joe, Corrie, a few hours. Grandma Annie Larry and Arlene South- home is in worth, with Shelley, of'Win- Many activities dsor Locks, Conn., spent a for the time they week of vacation at the camp and will include the owned by his grandmother. Family and John. Vena was pleased to see them Cray with Timmte. as they ran in and out on their Monday the. way to and from their dif- Groton State ferent activities during the days of week. Malcolm and his More about Vena's family-- Bonnie and Penny Adams, a grand-Comstock, and daughter, with her Morn, Rose Comstocks, Sonthworth, were in Boston Paul andRichard. over the weekend. Both gals are Red SOx fans and enjoyed Two three games from Friday organizations were night through Sunday; month, The returning home late Sunday Improvement Club night. Courageous individuals Ladies Aid in all that heat! Congregational At the Jackson home on the there others? If lake, Ruth and Jack were pleasantly surprised by a visit The V.I. from Gus and Elynore Bott- Tuesday cher, old friends from Holden, the home of Mass. This was during the Following the early afternoon on the first business meeting Monday of July. Later that were finalized day Ruth and Jack en- market to be tertained as supper guests, day, July 31. George and Betty Madden of Mr. Dora, Fla., also Craig The Ladies Aid Allen Jacobs of W. Lebanon August was and his Grandma, Barb Garden in Sumner. Thursday, July Your correspondent's view also a dinner a delicious chicken bar- Ricker becue with many ac- California to companying tasty treats, good months with company, good conversation, daughters. much shared laughter -- all meeting was outdoors on a deck by the which serves as with Donna. were off to water and a swim for an ap- dining area. Lebanon to visit Lil and Art preciative boy. This was a Following the  . n ............. meat enoyableevening.  delicious LIBO] Jack and Ruths' daughter, Pamela Kelley and grand- Hiidah Bedard 838-6725 Sunshine fox A.V.S.C.C. Picnic The sun, 58 members, two to be members (Louden and Hansen) next meeting, and one guest (Carrie Cham- pagne) attended the picnic meeting of the Ammonoosue Valley Seniors meeting on July 7. Forty-one people had taken advantage of the free Blood Pressure Clinic from 10:00 to 12:00 a.m. The franks and hamburgers went fast, and the ladies' salads were popular. With Beulah Bowles and Catherine Snell offering to make the birthday cakes, we knew they would be great. Five birthday celebrants were there, and had "Happy Birthday" sung m them. Sylvia Ctsey made a neat penny with her fudge, which was won by Geneva Curtis. "Troublesome Neigh- bors" and the meaning of the different colored, round stamps on envelopes were read by the ill secretary. Next week, July 14, Ida Gray will be in charge of refreshments, and Game Day will be held-- prizes needed. The new date for the August Birthday Luncheon at The Annex willbe Aug. 4 with the menu to be voted on July 14. Rebekah Meeting Gertrude Bell Lyman Rebekahs held their June first meeting at the home of the Barretts, with Noble Grand Gertrude Merrill presiding. Brother George McAlpin is expecting to have a leg operation on July 12 at the Veterans' Hospital, and Brother Clarence Daicy may soon have a leg vein operation. There were no bills or correspondence, so sand- wiches, cake, and beverages preceded the program on July Fourth. evening and daughter Michaela with her pany, all made friend Melissa. Fontaine of delightful time Spencer, Mass. arrived on Ruby Sunday, July 11 at the lake for and a week of fun. gifts, cards and The Jacksons will be busy good tripahead this week also as Kathleen A Spence of Rutland, Mass. is for Er visiting them. She is sister to Sunday afternoon Ruth. Vena Beebe and Alfred attended Slack. Perfect weather for a and visit at a lake home. was one in the Village surprise. At the home of Bill and Irene a beautiful Doyle there are always funtime visitors. The young Recently Frank Cory and recipients of his son, Frank Jr. of Rhode useful gifts, Island were guests at the happy. Their Doyle home. They were here and took to enjoy a bit of fishing. Irene opening did not say whether or not the Ervine and fishermen were successful, were in . Meg and Royal Hill, Irene's evening to visit sister and husband, from Chateaugay, N.Y. were hack lives with Louise again for another weekend WAITS RIVER Fifty-three members of the Lorraine Covy Batten family met Sunday, Denese, Maomt July II at the Russell Batten Milford, N.H. home in W. Topsham for their Mr. and Mrs. annual family picnic. A buffet of Lowell, dinner was served at noon Mrs. Richard with relatives present from Groton, Mass. Burlington, Colchester, Rich- and mond, Georgia and Cabot, brother Vermont, also from Meredith and Canterbury, N.H. Also Bradford. Mr, Mr. and Mrs. Steven (Ava discharged Batten) MacKinney and three Central children from Springfield, Berlin and taken Mo., were with their family, where he will Games and reminiscing da's followed the dinner. Mrs. Recent callers at the Samantha, Kenneth Battens were Mrs. Nathaniel Nettle McDuffee of Plymouth, Wednesday Mass. and Miss Natalie vacation at McDuffee of Boston, Mass. Vt, Thursday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Bert Coty and Mrs. with her CoW's mother Mrs. Edith days this Steele of Manchester, N.H. recuperating Weekend guests of Mrs. prevailing Eleanor Bragg were Mrs. Western state should an oc- casien arise. Ranger Ricard at the Ammonoosuc District meeting was presented a certificate for 15 years service to the State by Chic[ Jack Sargent. A new warden in the Birstol- N. Hampton area was in. trodueed by the name of Ralph DoW. A forester of the Lancaster area was introduced: Phil Verrie and his assistant. The program was an in- teresting movie on logging both east and west in the earlier times up to the present. WENTWORTH Ma00e00' Pauline Stiles entertained Don't forget Mrs. Adelaide Peril-Count, d The Common, Connecticut, over the information weekend. She is the soloist at Cove at the the Wentworth " Mareella Congregational Church. been ill at her Calvin " Schmidt of NeW Baltimore, Md., is a guest at Fire Mike The Fire Department an- opened their swered a fire call from Camp They offer Pemi last Wednmday af-cbaircaning ternoon. The boys had the fire as furniture under control before the truck refmishing. arrived, antiques. Page 6-The Journal Opinion-July 21; 1982 PIF, RMONT Team Wins Two The Piermont Softball Team won its opening two games of the Southern League Playoffs. Beth games ended in the 5th inning when Piermont held or reached a 10 run lead. Each game was typical of the kind of defense, pitching, and hitting that have built the teams 19 game win streak. Both games also featured home runs by Don Kimball, the only fence clearing biases {over 275 feet) of the 16 piayoff games. The first game was an 11-1 triumph over Orford, a second division club. The team was led by 2 for 3 hitting by Scott " Rohie and Lance Mills. On Sunday a good Lake Morey team (12-71 was demoralized by a 5 run first inning and great game long outfield defense. Don Kimball went 3 for 3 with 4 runs batted in. Donny Hood went 2 for 2 and only allowed the Lake Morey team 6 hits. Base running for Piermont was daring and kept the Fairlee team from its' best fielding efforts. If you have an interest in seeing outstanding team play you should be at Lyme field next Saturday. Piermont will play at 5:45 against Lyme (12- 7). Your support is needed as the Lyme town heroes, who upset West Fairlee, will be heavily supported on their own field. If Piermont wins on Saturday the finals would begin at 3:15 on Sunday. 4-H Horse Show The Grafton County 4-H Horse Show was held in North Haverhill. Saturday, July 10th. Eight of the twenty.five participants qualified for the N.H. State Show at Plymouth Aug. 26-29. Ptermont will have as representatives Debhie White and Heather Schmid as Juniors and Heidi Osgood in the Seniors. Debhie was High Point Junior earning 349 out of 350 in 5 skill areas. Heidi and Heather each had a perfect score m equitation (horse judging). Dawn Stygles did well as a first year rider earning a blue and red. Library News Shirley Gould is a new I ii searchers, are needed. Come to the Library if you are between grades 1 and 8, Tuesdays 10-8 or Saturday, 1-4 and sign up for strange trips and great adventures. Historical Society The Annual Roots Meeting will be held at the Fire House at 8:00 Friday the 23rd. Mrs. Gladys Gilman of North Haverhill put together much of the family history that will be presented by Wayne Rodiman. Social News Mrs. A.M. Hartogense of Sarasota Florida, who had been visiting at the Sargent cottages since June th left for Blowing Rock, North Carolina to return in August. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chasson, now living in Green Valley Arizona, came back to the lake where they sum- mered for many years, to call on friends. F.00I,EE ' Mr. and Mrs. Franklin, and daughter Wendy, formerly of N. Thetford, have purchased the former Ethel George house. They have been living there since May. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fay, of Lake Worth, Fla., are spen- ding some time with Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bolles and family. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Vienneau, and son William of Natick, Mass., was with Mrs. Vienneau's mother, Mrs. William Neale on July 6 and 7. Mr. Roxy Martin, of Gar- field Heights, Ohio, and Largo, Fla., visited Mr. and Mrs. R H. Cramer, Sr., for two weeks, recently. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fichera, and Jay, were Mrs. Fichera's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boczanowski, of Medway, Mass. Pastor Arthur Bagley and his brother, James Bagley were in Lyndonville, July 5, visiting a friend of Pastor Bagley's, The Rev. David Schlansker. They also called on friends in Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. William Fay, and sons, of L. I., N.Y., visited Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bolles t !IY fox several days lasweek. S. NEWBURY Isabel Whitney 866-5675 Norm Williams is home from the hospital. He has made some progress but still has some problems. Mr. Massaro has moved his trailer from beside Route 5 to behind the Tburston barn. He hopes his three cats will have a better chance of survival not so close to the road. The Gilbrides are home again after two weeks travelling. Sunday Pam Smith came to the rescue when the Smit horse trotted on to the lawn at Sleepers Meado@, and remained there, pawing the ground and whinnying, Perps demanding service? The previous morning Peter Cole had found him trotting unconcernedly along the railroad line between the rails. Michelle Avery took her dogs to a New Hampshire farm where she was photographing horses. One horse reared, which made a splendid picture bat it scared the dogs and they ran away. Michelle spent most of the day and night searching for them. They are safely home again. Mrs. Ellsworth Pickering, mother Mrs. Comer and son James from Conway, N.H., are staying at Sleepers Meadow Cabins. This is their 14th summer here. James is helping Peter Cole. Peter Cole, Ryan Grow and Jay Cole are planning a trip to Boston Saturday for the game. Selenda Grow arrived back from England Monday about 5:30 p.m. She was very tired but enchanted with her trip. The very professional director at the final concert had given all concerned with the chorus great praise which was the final seal of satisfaction after their exhausting year of hard work and tour of rehearsals and concerts in England. Salenda spent a pleasant week after the tour with her uncle and aunt in Gloucestershire and her niece in Clapham. Baby Boy Preston and Davida Foster of Twinflower are the proud Cotrents of a baby boy, born at rage Hospital Sunday, July llth. Name David Jonathan: weight, eight pounds, eighf ounces. Rob Elder I I I i ii H 272-4953 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest D. North from Ridgewood, N.JH. arrived at the Sargent cot- tages on July 1st for the season. Visiting the North's over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. John North and Debby from Weston, Mass. Other visitors at the Sargent cottages were Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Boice from New Paltz, N.Y. and Mrs. Charles Gladhill from Fayetteville, N.Y. The Arnold Soloway cottage has been occupied the last two weeks. Dr. and Mrs. Clarence Hare from Vero Beach, Fla. have been at their cottage since June 15th. This week they are entertaining a daughter and grandchildren. The Lake Armington Association Meeting will he held at the Tarleton Con- vention Center on July 25th at 2p.m. Mrs. Esther Johnson 333-9704 Softball Larry Martin, manager of the Fairlee Major League Softball team, reports an excellent season ending the year second in the League. The team won nine games, lost four, and tied one. Todd Pierson will be on the All-Star team. Richard Bourgelas, Eileen Newton, and Katrina Wallstrom coached [he Minor League team, consisting of 15 boys and six girls. This is the first time in ten years that Fairlee has had a Minor League team. The young people ended the season with eight wins and four loses. N Things to see in S. Ryegate Spbl te tke Jnnml 01ddm by MICHELLE ARNOSKY S. RYEGATE-- An in- creasingly familiar sight in town is a yellow and white helicopter landing in the middle of the Pollution Control Project site. This area is next to the stonesheds past the in- tersection in S. Ryegate. The owner and pilot of the helicopter is Carl Moulton who owns Moulton Con- struction in Leman, N.H. This same company is constructing a sewer for ,  the Environmental :: ' ........ ..... Protection Agency for  "- Ryegate, Vt. A sign near the onstruction site reads that $156,000 of Federal dollars have been put into this project and $294,000 from the state are being used. Down the road On Route 302 heading into S. Ryegate, I spotted a barn sale, the remains of the Fourth of July weekend. 1 browsed through a selection of old radios, china, glassware, and ancient magazines. I asked Helen Harned, the owner of the barn sale, how long her barn sale would run and she said, "Probably Torever !" Helen Harned informed me that her husband, Stanley E. Harned and herself are moving south soon and they want to rid themselves of, needless items. So when you are heading towards S. HELICOPTER-- This helicopter has been seen buzzing armmd S. Ryegate recently, pTo ev Micm AR Ryegate maybe you could help the Harneds clear out some of their things. A new feature in S. Ryegate is a crosswalk which is situated on Route 302 in front of the blinking light. This crosswalk was repainted by the state for the purpose of having a safety measure for the They celebrated the end of the RYEGATE year with a picnic at Aloha . Manor. Congratulations to the Mrs. Caroline Natalazier, young folks and their coaches Esmond, RI. and Mrs. Delta onbothoftheseteams! Ystueta, Chesterfield, Mo., Ca mp Choir are spending three weeks at The choir from Camp Aloha their summer home here. will be at the service at the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant Federated Church on Aug 15. left July II tospend two weeks The choir will he under the at their summer camp on direction of Mr. Robert Love. Little Bear Pond. Turner Fairlee Falls, Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Public Beach Lee Turner, Lake Wales. Fla. Fairlee Public Beach news: called on the Grants July 10. Richard Bourgelas, chairman Mr. and Mrs. James For- of the beach, reports that tuno, Southbury, Conn. visited with her mother, Mrs. Harry registration was on July 6, and friends over the weekend of that the swimming program stat'q)ll"  ' July 7/llerry July 10. J.B. Hamilton. Glenn Falls. WARREN Aitkinson, of Montpelier, is senior instructor and head life N.Y.. and Joe's Pond. called guard: first assistant is Susan on his mother, Mrs. Celia Martell, of Montpelier; second Hamilton, July 12. assistant is Claudia Fagan, of New Baby Girl Vergennes. Ben Davis, of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fairlee, is a volunteer aideon Couture, Barre, are the the beach for the summer. The parents of a daughter. Emily program has been extended Martinet, born July first. Maternal grandparents are " this season. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford The flags on the common, Whitcher of So. Ryegate. She Sunday, July 11, were put out joins an older brother by Fairlee's Flag-putter- Mrs. Alison Martin and two outer, Raymond Thurber, in sons, Millbury, Mass. spent honor of Prisoner-of-War and the weekend. July t0. with her Missing-in-Action Week, remembering the above from parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin FrosL The Frosts were in theVietNamaetion. Concord, N.H. July 13. to The annual Out-door Ser- attend the funeral services of vice, Sunday, July 11, at the her brother-in-law, Solon Federated Church, was a Care. success. It was held on the Dr. and Mrs. Leland Hall, common. James Bagley, the have returned to their home in church organist, played his accordion, and the church's Hanover. N.H., after spending antique collection bags were a week at their camp on used for the offerings. Mrs. Buck's Pond, nearS. Ryegate. Mrs. Winnie Frost spent the Irene Gulley was in charge of weekend at the home of her the fellowship hour after the son Dtflbert Frost in Walpole, service. QUOTE "A decision is what a man makes when be can't find anyone to serve on a com- mittee." Fletcher Knebel N.H. Her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Black, Westfield. Mass., were also there. The family reunion was held in honor of Mrs. Frost's two grandsons, who were present, Corp. Kenneth Frost, Camp Pendleton, Calif., and Airman, first class Stephen Black, Limestone, Me. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rogers eft July ll, for their home in Edwardsburg, Wis. after spending two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Mary Frost. 80th Birthday Severino Zambon celebrated his 80th birthday July 12 with sisters, Miss Ellis Zambone, Montpelier, and Mrs. Matbew Donavan. W. Yarmouth, Mass. present. Earlier Mrs. Peter Zambon and daughter Rhonda, Lit- tleton, also were here. Mrs. Charles Grant, Miss Pearl Grant and Mrs. Doris McLam were in Bradford July 10 to attend a bridal shower at the home of Mrs. John McCoy, for her granddaughter, Cynthia Kelley July 11, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller and son Brian of Woodsville, N.H., Mr. and Mrs, George Davison and daughter Kimberley, E. Walpole, Mass., and Mrs. Irene Miller Woodsville, N.H. called on her sister, Miss Pearl Grant. Mrs. Ruth Hatch visited her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hatch, at their new camp on Peacham Pond, July 10. July 16 Mrs. Amos Brown, Littleton, called on Mrs. Doris McLam. They called on Mr. and *', John McCoy, Bradford. Mrs. Lillian Fiske returned to her home July 14 from Northern Vermont Regional Hospital where she had eye surgery. Mrs. Douglass Fisher. Berlin. attended her 26th Wells River High School class reunion on July l0 and the general reunion and banquet at the Happy Hour that evemng. She spent the night Mr, and Mrs. Bruce Whit- cher and daughter are visiting his mother Mrs. Vera Whit- cher. Bruce is with the Probation Department for the State of N. Carolina. Snowmobile Club The Snowmobile Club dinner for Old Home Day was a great success, as all enjoyed the meal. the Club picked up a few funds for their treasury. The next meeting of the Asquamchumaukee Snowmobile Club will be August 21 at Buskeys Cabin at 3:00 p.m. Try and be present and also membership dues are now due. We will have revised regulations on the use by snowmobilers on class four, five and six town roads. The Club won first place in the parade for their float. The credit goes to those who worked on the float. More News Mr. and Mrs. Everett Goodwin have returned from a trip to Indiana and other places in that section. Dr. Dirk Spruyt, wife Jane and youngest son were visiting in the village this week. They still live in Chapel Hill, N. Carolina, where they have been for some time. Dr. Spruyt was one of the first MD'S we had at the HeAlth Center when it first opened over 20 years ago. Rummage Sale The Eastern Star will be holding a food and rummage sale at the Masonic Temple Saturday the 17th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Come bring some things and take some others home. Also Masonic meeting this Thursday at the Temple. The Old Home Day seemed to be a huge success but I do not have all the particulars at this time. I am sure someone will supply them. The only dark item was that a person or persons broke into the Methodist Church vestry Friday night and took some of chicken halfs ready forfrying. The chickens were found outside but the picnic freezer container they were inohas not yet been recovered. Several leads are in the works for apprehension of the person or persons responsible. Community Saddened The community is saddened by the passing Of Audrey Prouty. Audrey has been in Hanover Hospital since about January fighting undofeatahie odds, but she courageously fought the good fight. The world would he a better place in which to live if we had more Audrey Proutys. The life of 007 Sylvester Little is known of 007 Sytvester's early life/One at home!" Impossible!! She had no idea of Sylvester's organizational qualities. Moreover she called him "Jane" -- which may well be why he had sought another home. Whatever his reusom for leaving Goshen Road, they .must woods came Sylvester. postal premises except in an official capacity. As readers of the Journal Opinion know, this was the beginning of Sylvester's postal career. The S. Newbury post- master held a consultation with the various animals and gave them all security numbers beginning with 007. Thereafter they could he officially about their duties in the post office. Needless tO Bay, Sylvoster soun rose to the top. As far as we know his services were never recognized by the postal hierarchy; but they were invaluable and he had a tremendous grass roots following. His place can never be filled. In 'fact the pest. muter is quite unable to cmtimm epetin the post effiee without him and will be retiring on August 21. child drove ov from the home. Shectly ffter this the U,S. Postal Sarviee am'xine somewhat rehi, the its policy 'regarding eats. young woma saying she No eats (Or dogs) It was had "three more like him stated, would be allowed on many people crossing the intersection. Editor's Note: Michelle Arnesky, 15, lives in S. Ryegate and is a student at Blue Mountain Union High School. Michelle has a special interest in the field of journalism and we will be printing a number of her articles and photographs this summer. Dorothy Homeister 584-3676 Homeister. On July 9 Miss Elin Wackernagel, Washington, D.C. and Mon- tpelier, called on Mrs. Homeister. Cedric Smith has returned from a chartered bus trip with members of the Order of the Eastern Star. They visited the Amish Country, in Penn- sylvania. Hersey, and other points of interest in that area. Mrs Dorothy Nelson was also a member of the group. Floyd R. Ray 7-9q79 Retired Parson Dorothy Sprague had her first flight in a chopper Old Home Day. She says the Town looked so pretty from the air, and I would bet if she were younger and the parson, she would be circuit riding her territory in a chopper. A new family have pur- chased the former Bob Main cabin on Oak Hill. This person is a minister from western Massachusetts. Bud Pushee is having a new building erected at the site of the former Anderson filling station and snack bar. It is good to see the Archibalds have arrived from Pennsylvania to their summer quarters on Pine Hill. Warden's Meeting The July meeting of the Pemi Fire Wardens Association met in Alexandria Wednesday, July 13. After a delicious roast beef dinner, the group was welcomed by host Warden Ken Patten. The Alexandria firemen had on display the new firetruck they had just purchased which was a 1957 Mack, 1000-gallon pumper with all the fixtures, and seemed in excellent condition. The meeting was opened and lead by group President Bill Mellet of Woodstock, and the minutes of the previous meeting read by Secretary- Treasurer Virginia Speed. Ranger Carlson made his report and the first item of business for him was the announcement of a new Ranger, a son which arrived in his district lately weighing in at over ten pounds. He reported mother, father and baby all doing well with all systems working, and he presented a picture of the new arrival. He reported on the cost of recent fires, and although the fires were small, the cost continues to escallate per acre. He reported on a small fire in Chatham recently which was practically on the Maine border, cuasing some confusion as to who would sta .rid the costs. Ranger Ricard of this district stated that in spite of the many rains in June, the ground was now beginning to be quite dry. In fact, so dry that if some moisture does not arrive soon, the issuing of permits might he limited. He reported that the Step Test in Haverhill did not have many participants, and hoped more would show in Plymouth en the 20th. One must past this test to be shipped to some W. FAIRI FF, "A time to keep silence and a time to speak..." Don't tell a soul I told you this-- A secret must be kept. And I wouldn't tell yon not to tell Of what I said except-- That someone might tell someone else and what would I do then But say that I do not know how or where, or who, or when-- For secrets are not meant to say who told them,don't you see For if you said a certain thing it might get back to me: (from) To Everything A Season by Joyce Hitler July in West Fairlee The month began with vacations for some, week-end camping trips for several families to celebrate the holiday, and a lovely day on the fourth, ending the evening with beautiful "bang-up" sparkling fireworks over Lake Fairlee. These were the gift of a gracious gentleman, Web Keefe, to his many friends, and a delightful evening it was for all. The fireworks followed one of the most beautiful sunsets to be seen this sum- mer. Some Of our Middle Brook and Lake friends have been busy with company. Ken and Ginny Southworth enjoyed a visit by their grandnephew, Aaron East- man, of Bradford. He spent most of the first week of July at the farm and among other activities, he helped Uncle Ken and Aunt Ginny with the haying. Remember what fun it was when we were young? Next to arrive were Ginny's nephew, Wayne Buzzell, his wife Linda and two sons, Steven and Allen of Chicopee, Mass. to spend last week at the farm. To join them for one day and .a night came Chris and Alfred Pennock (Ginny's sister and husband) of Saxtons River who brought "A Georgia Peach" with them, their daughter Donna Hurd of Georgia. Then the Pennncks, Parker (another sister and visit. Their husband) before returning to York but somehow Saxtons River. What a still calls them. "rollicking" good time must Just recently, have been had by everyone at his wife Sherrie the farm that week. from Manchester, Now, up the Brook a short up to stay for way from the Southworths we and Mom. come to the home of Vena And, Bill and Beebe. a time of Early in the month, Leslie their table with and Lois Beebe of Norwich, Robert Hauger Conn., came to spend a day girls from with Vena. They took her for a they shared ride and entertained her at At the lunch at the Kettledrum before returning to their This is a busy home. much is Last Saturday, two lovely ahead. ladies, long time friends, his wife Sue enjoyed a visit together. Sarah Esther Hastings, of Laconia, to spend at N.H. came to Vena's home for Joe, Corrie, a few hours. Grandma Annie Larry and Arlene South- home is in worth, with Shelley, of'Win- Many activities dsor Locks, Conn., spent a for the time they week of vacation at the camp and will include the owned by his grandmother. Family and John. Vena was pleased to see them Cray with Timmte. as they ran in and out on their Monday the. way to and from their dif- Groton State ferent activities during the days of week. Malcolm and his More about Vena's family-- Bonnie and Penny Adams, a grand-Comstock, and daughter, with her Morn, Rose Comstocks, Sonthworth, were in Boston Paul andRichard. over the weekend. Both gals are Red SOx fans and enjoyed Two three games from Friday organizations were night through Sunday; month, The returning home late Sunday Improvement Club night. Courageous individuals Ladies Aid in all that heat! Congregational At the Jackson home on the there others? If lake, Ruth and Jack were pleasantly surprised by a visit The V.I. from Gus and Elynore Bott- Tuesday cher, old friends from Holden, the home of Mass. This was during the Following the early afternoon on the first business meeting Monday of July. Later that were finalized day Ruth and Jack en- market to be tertained as supper guests, day, July 31. George and Betty Madden of Mr. Dora, Fla., also Craig The Ladies Aid Allen Jacobs of W. Lebanon August was and his Grandma, Barb Garden in Sumner. Thursday, July Your correspondent's view also a dinner a delicious chicken bar- Ricker becue with many ac- California to companying tasty treats, good months with company, good conversation, daughters. much shared laughter -- all meeting was outdoors on a deck by the which serves as with Donna. were off to water and a swim for an ap- dining area. Lebanon to visit Lil and Art preciative boy. This was a Following the  . n ............. meat enoyableevening.  delicious LIBO] Jack and Ruths' daughter, Pamela Kelley and grand- Hiidah Bedard 838-6725 Sunshine fox A.V.S.C.C. Picnic The sun, 58 members, two to be members (Louden and Hansen) next meeting, and one guest (Carrie Cham- pagne) attended the picnic meeting of the Ammonoosue Valley Seniors meeting on July 7. Forty-one people had taken advantage of the free Blood Pressure Clinic from 10:00 to 12:00 a.m. The franks and hamburgers went fast, and the ladies' salads were popular. With Beulah Bowles and Catherine Snell offering to make the birthday cakes, we knew they would be great. Five birthday celebrants were there, and had "Happy Birthday" sung m them. Sylvia Ctsey made a neat penny with her fudge, which was won by Geneva Curtis. "Troublesome Neigh- bors" and the meaning of the different colored, round stamps on envelopes were read by the ill secretary. Next week, July 14, Ida Gray will be in charge of refreshments, and Game Day will be held-- prizes needed. The new date for the August Birthday Luncheon at The Annex willbe Aug. 4 with the menu to be voted on July 14. Rebekah Meeting Gertrude Bell Lyman Rebekahs held their June first meeting at the home of the Barretts, with Noble Grand Gertrude Merrill presiding. Brother George McAlpin is expecting to have a leg operation on July 12 at the Veterans' Hospital, and Brother Clarence Daicy may soon have a leg vein operation. There were no bills or correspondence, so sand- wiches, cake, and beverages preceded the program on July Fourth. evening and daughter Michaela with her pany, all made friend Melissa. Fontaine of delightful time Spencer, Mass. arrived on Ruby Sunday, July 11 at the lake for and a week of fun. gifts, cards and The Jacksons will be busy good tripahead this week also as Kathleen A Spence of Rutland, Mass. is for Er visiting them. She is sister to Sunday afternoon Ruth. Vena Beebe and Alfred attended Slack. Perfect weather for a and visit at a lake home. was one in the Village surprise. At the home of Bill and Irene a beautiful Doyle there are always funtime visitors. The young Recently Frank Cory and recipients of his son, Frank Jr. of Rhode useful gifts, Island were guests at the happy. Their Doyle home. They were here and took to enjoy a bit of fishing. Irene opening did not say whether or not the Ervine and fishermen were successful, were in . Meg and Royal Hill, Irene's evening to visit sister and husband, from Chateaugay, N.Y. were hack lives with Louise again for another weekend WAITS RIVER Fifty-three members of the Lorraine Covy Batten family met Sunday, Denese, Maomt July II at the Russell Batten Milford, N.H. home in W. Topsham for their Mr. and Mrs. annual family picnic. A buffet of Lowell, dinner was served at noon Mrs. Richard with relatives present from Groton, Mass. Burlington, Colchester, Rich- and mond, Georgia and Cabot, brother Vermont, also from Meredith and Canterbury, N.H. Also Bradford. Mr, Mr. and Mrs. Steven (Ava discharged Batten) MacKinney and three Central children from Springfield, Berlin and taken Mo., were with their family, where he will Games and reminiscing da's followed the dinner. Mrs. Recent callers at the Samantha, Kenneth Battens were Mrs. Nathaniel Nettle McDuffee of Plymouth, Wednesday Mass. and Miss Natalie vacation at McDuffee of Boston, Mass. Vt, Thursday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Bert Coty and Mrs. with her CoW's mother Mrs. Edith days this Steele of Manchester, N.H. recuperating Weekend guests of Mrs. prevailing Eleanor Bragg were Mrs. Western state should an oc- casien arise. Ranger Ricard at the Ammonoosuc District meeting was presented a certificate for 15 years service to the State by Chic[ Jack Sargent. A new warden in the Birstol- N. Hampton area was in. trodueed by the name of Ralph DoW. A forester of the Lancaster area was introduced: Phil Verrie and his assistant. The program was an in- teresting movie on logging both east and west in the earlier times up to the present. WENTWORTH Ma00e00' Pauline Stiles entertained Don't forget Mrs. Adelaide Peril-Count, d The Common, Connecticut, over the information weekend. She is the soloist at Cove at the the Wentworth " Mareella Congregational Church. been ill at her Calvin " Schmidt of NeW Baltimore, Md., is a guest at Fire Mike The Fire Department an- opened their swered a fire call from Camp They offer Pemi last Wednmday af-cbaircaning ternoon. The boys had the fire as furniture under control before the truck refmishing. arrived, antiques.