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• July 21, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 B!ue Lge Grange 2O3 regular meeting July 13 with visitors from and 23 guests The program the business Mr. and g of their trip this year. program was Carpenter Studio 'in St. the entries 2Ontest. At the the Kinerson's Carpenter contest win- why each had Vinners in the included: ): first-- James (close-up): Kinerson, Nelson; aes) : first-- second-- Black (People): McLure, (People): McLure; McLure; (Close-up) : rard McLure, McLure; (Scenes) : rd McLure, Whitehill; (Animals) : Perkins, Whitehill. m each division at the lilliam Nelson the business Past Ver- Master Vermont Y made a few invitation was Night the 111th of Green in St. July 17, a buffet sup- l to grant the Department ;e the Grange annual Fiddlers' evenlng, Sere reminded of Innual Family he held 25, at Pleasant This will with the is asked at 1:00 should bring find ing for the will he sheet was able to at Caledonia teeting will he William Hannah, were July Kenneth from it has long column mtic side it is that I have Ding the situation insisted on to make out of old kept how to of old pat- There was a bird about to must he July 4 a the have away of our aren't and a little baling over d pond the day Later in grosbeaks evident \\; said she tO tell. birds, two N Murray, Steven and Sheila in Groton. Mrs. Kenneth Stewart and daughter Elaine from Pitt- sburg, Pa., arrived June 21 to join Mr. Stewart, who had arrived the previous week, at their log cabin vacation home on Blue Mountain. Elaine Stewart was an overnight guest June 23 of her cousins Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter and Melissa. Another day Mrs. Hassall Nelson, Mrs. Stewart, and Elaine drove through the White Mountains. On June 24, Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson entertained Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter and Melissa, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stewart and daughter Elaine for dinner. Elaine returned to Pittsburg June 25, with her parents will stay on until the end of August. Christine Maxfield returned to her home in West Fairlee Tuesday, July 6, following a week's visit with her grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilcox. William Nelson attended a meeting of the Cottage Hospital Board of Trustees in Woodsville Monday, June 28. Miss Mary Nelson of Burlington spent Friday through Tuesday of July 4 weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter and Melissa were guests Sunday, July 4, of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stewart at. their vacation home here. Mrs. William Nelson will be soliciting Ryegate Corner ladies for the upcoming food sale July 31 at the Cracker Barrel Bazaar in Newbury to benefit Cottage Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson vacationed Tuesday through Friday, July 6 to 9, at their family cottage in Old Orchard, Me. Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson, Todd and Heidi from Milton were callers Wed- nesday, July 7, of his sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter and Melissa. Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Stewart also stopped in to see the George Nelsons. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilcox were business visitors in Montpelier Friday, July 9. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Heywood of St. Johnsbury camped at their camper here overnight Friday and Saturday, July 8 to 9. They were joined for overnight Saturday by their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ahmed Hutchinson from Barre. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson were dinner guests of the Heywoods and Hutchinsons. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Main were in Chelsea Saturday, July 10, to attend the Flea Market there. July 9, of her parents-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson. Visitors Sunday, July It, of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Main were their grandson Jon Winter and friend Cathy Batchelder from Barre. Ethan Nelson suffered a broken bone in his foot Sun- day, July II, and is in a cast and on crutches for a time. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson had as Sunday supper guests July 11 her brother and sister- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fifield from Wilder. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ritchie were luncheon guests Thur- sday, July 8, with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rogers at the Rogers' vacation home on Symes Pond Road. The Rogers have been in town for a week, returning to Newton, Mass., Sunday, July II. Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Curtis, Andrea, and James spent the day Monday, July 12, with her sister Miss Diane LeBlanc in Barton. They called on Mr. and Mrs. Pete Johnson and two children in Derby Line and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred May in Barton. Joe and Gordon Perkins left Saturday, July 10, to spend a week at Camp Northfield in Northfield, Mass. Mrs. James Stewart and daughter Senia from West Kennebunk, Me., were guests Tuesday through Saturday, July 13 to 17, of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty. On Wednesday evening they were joined by Mrs. Mildred Welch and grandson Pitu from North Brookfield, Mass., Ronald Welch and daughter Lisa from Dodge Pond in Lyman, N.H., and Mr. and Mrs. David Inglis from Wells River for dinner at the Con- tinental 93 in Littleton, to celebrate Guy's upcoming birthday. Mrs. Clay Blackburn from Plainfield, her sister Polly Viner from Florida, and their mother Mrs. Edah Smith from Montpelier, called on Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ritchie Tuesday, July 13, en route to North Conway, N.H. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hassenmayer and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Wilson, all from Milford, Conn., were at their respective vacation homes on the Stone Road over July 4 weekend. Mrs. Edward McLure at- tended a Caledonia County Extension Homemakers Council Planning Meeting Monday, July 12, at the East Burke Club House. The group went [or lunch at "The Unicorn". Mr. and Mrs. Edward McLure, Kimberiy and Jared were overnight guests Saturday, July 10, of her mother Mrs. Ira Dedd in Brandon. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. McLure at- Mrs. Fremont Nelson, tended her 15th High School Darcy, Matthew, and Ethan Reunion from Otter Valley spent Friday and Saturday, Union High School in Brandon. July 9 to I0, with her parents Thirty-five classmates and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hit-their spouses attended the chcock in Springfield. dinner at the Brandon Inn. On Mrs. Kenneth - Nelson, Sunday the McLure family Marcy and Katie from Walden joined Judy's classmates and were luncheon guests Friday, their families for the day at the "Threshold Institute'l elderly Englishwomen criss- Village History, which is crossed the village last Monday raising funds for Falkland War Relief, Inc., an organization centered in Goose Green. When informed politely by Village Agent Orin Sherwood that the war was over, they visibly stiffened, feigned indifference and moved briskly on to Corinth Corners. Although the Fourth of July weekend has now come and gone (having seen this columnist become one year older), summer activities are still at their peak. The village zymurgy group has had such success with its brewing activities it is considering applying for international licensure and copyright privileges. Clarence Kramer of the Threshold Institute, in a rare public appearance, said he is contemplating turning one of the institute out- buildings into a year.round wine cellar, "if I can ever get those damned chickens out of there." Kramer was referring to his score of super-breed chickens from Springfield that grow a full 10 pounds before slaughter. Zymurgy specialists from the Loire Valley have visited W. Corinth twice this month to see for themselves how Kramer is able to make quality white wine without the need for bottling. The Ntna-DaVid-Abra Great Wall is still growing. Exotic plants are now sprouting from the top of completed portions of the wall. Vlihqle hi have already decided to in- elude it in the W. Corinth under preparation in an un- disclosed location. Although it is widely assumed the in- stitute has control of the history, a spokesman there said ifl a conspiratorial tone, "You would be very surprised if you knew who is baking that [le.'" Long overdue word from Swiss painter Friederich Gross was finally had via Okinawa where he has settled in a small fishing village to paint. In a letter sent to the institute, Gross wrote:-"I think I have found my Shangri-La. Everyone here raises farm animals and fishes for a living. There are just so many cute little things to paint. I'm sure this place is going tohe home for me." But shortly after that letter, word was received from village diplomat Katie Kramer that Gross is being expelled from Japan "for taking certain liberties with the Buddhist shrine of Suchuri Sagaluchi." She was not more specific than that, but ap- pended only, "He will be back in W. Corinth soon, daunted yet happy." On another front, Dina Dubois has arrived safely in Seattle, Wa., with friend Dan Wing after "kicking up such a cloud of dust across .the U.S. that people are still wondering who we are." Unfortunately there is not yet any sign that she plans to return, so many in the village are just waiting for her to realize in  heart of hearts that Mt. Rainier and S0-foot tall pine trees are not as nice as the Carrier's cow pasture. • ncy Perkins 584-:! I Branbury Beach. En route home that evening they were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stevens, Nikki and Jesse in Middlebury. Darryi Perkins returned home Wednesday, July 14, from a nine-day visit with his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Perkins in Petersham, Mass. Mr. and "Mrs. Warren McLure were overnight guests Saturday, July t0, with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Norman McLure in Cambridge. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins attended the monthly meeting of District 5 of Capital District Mutual Aid Fire Association in Peacham Wednesday evening, July 14. Plans are progressing well for the Red Cress Swimming lessons for Ryegate area children at Ticklenaked Pond July 26 to August 6. Classes will be taught for Beginners through Swimmers, with a class of Basic Rescue and Water Safety and Advanced Lifesaving scheduled if in- terest warrants. Anyone entering Kindergarten or above in the fall may enroll by calling Nancy Perkins at 584- 3611. N. HAVERHII00 Don and Alice Girouard are the proud grandparents of a girl, Meghan Louise, born July 14 to Mike and Peggy Birouard in Keene. Marion Young and her brother, George White, took their cousin, Leah Cole of Littleton, to see her brother, Col (get.) Douglas Cole of York Haven, Pa. While there they saw tht'uclear plant at Three Mile Island and toured historic York, which was the nation's original capital before it was moved to Philadelphia. On Saturday' night Polly Smith and Edith Henson enjoyed the musical "The Kid and I" at the Weathervane Playhouse in Whitefield. On July 15, five members of the Bradford Academy Class of 1930 met for lunch at the Garden. Attending from North Haverhill was Eola Smith. E. CORINTH Flea Market The 13th annual Flea Market was held at the East Corinth Fairgrounds July 8 and was sponsored by the Valley Health Center Auxiliary. The more than 105 vendors began arriving at sunrise to set out their wares for the many onlookers to see, touch, discuss and perhaps to buy throughoutthe day. The snack bar, which was manned by members of the auxiliary, was a busy place dispensing coffee, milk, soda, donuts, hot dogs, chicken salad rolls, egg salad rolls and pie. Thanks are due to all who helped with the advertising, reservations, in the kitchen, at the auxiliary table, parking vendors, the vendors them- selves and the clean-up crew. Also to these who donated food or money. It's A Boy! John and Wendy Heidenreich are the parents of a son, Samuel Jones, born at home July 13. He joins four sisters, Brook, Anna, Sarah CORINTH Postmaster Richard Abbott chosen Postmaster of the Year PIKE- Richard Abbott, deacon, tie is also active in /bbott will not retire [rom native of Hanover and Grange being a State Deputy his activities even if heresigns Postmaster of Pike since the and Past Master of his dufies as Postmaster in the } .... early 1970"s has been chosen Moosilauke Subordinate future. He will continue to J New Hampshire Postmaster Grange and Grafton County* carry out his community work  of theYear. Pomona Grange. and will be seen each year. . Abbott has served over 30 Abbott is an active member pulling the Grange Float in the years with the United Postal of the Cohase Lions of Shrine Parade loaded with Service. He is past president Woodsvillearea. boys for the children in the of the New Hampshire Letter Other activities include Shriners' Hospitals. This and Carriers while at ltanover and playing in the popular all the hobbies in the corn- later while doing the rural M(x)silauke Kitchen Band, munity and his lack of need to delivery in Pike, he served as playing Santa at Community |)e busy will never allow him Area Coordinator of Rural Christmastrees, a%isting at to sit idle. Carriers. Since becoming the Cottage ttospital Fair, :: Postmaster, he has been besides his hobbies of hunting, Prtiden! of New Hampshire fishingand gardening. Postmasters and this year is Abbott is married and he Warren soldier re-elected tothat post. and his wife live in Pike. They Abbott has been active in have four married children agqled to NAVAL COMMENDATION-- Petty Officer 2nd class several other ways in his and eight grandchildren and Mississippi base Walter H. Cobb (right) is congratulated by Capt. community, tie has been a three step-grandchildren. This WARREN-- Airman Daniel Francis J. Farino, Commanding Officer following the Boy Scout Leader, beginning year, he and his wife, Betty, 'M. Asselin, son of Henry T. this teaching in the early will celebrate their 40th and Sheila E. Asselin of 4909 presentation of the Navy Achievement Medal in a 1940"s when he took a troop to wedding anniversary. She is the New York World's Fair 1977 New Hampshire Mother Governors Drive, Hunts, Ala., ceremony held recently at the Armed Forces Staff has been assigned to Keesler College. from Lebanon. Recently he is Of The Year. The oldest son Air Force Base, Miss., after working with Troop 152 of and youngest daughter live in Haverhill and was, rewarded Louisiana with their families completing Air Force basic Ne b sail awarded when one on his Scout Troop where the oldest son, Clifford training. W ury or became an Eagle Scout on t Joe) manages the Houma During the six weeks at Easter Sunday. Lumber Company. The oldest Lackland Air Force Base, N A hi Med 1 For years Abbott serveed daughter, Ellen Daniels is Texas, the airman studied the avy c evement a with the Hanover Volunteer Welfare Officer of the City of Air Force mission, NEWBURY-- Petty Officer establish a Roman Catholic organization and customs and 2nd Class Walter H Cobb, ministry aboard the corn Hosemen, was President of Lebanon, N.H. A youngerson, received special training in USN, son of Frederic Cobb of mand. the White River Jet. Car- Richard (Bud) is employedby penter's Union, was active at the White River Jet. Postal human relations. Newbury, was recently Cobb has served in the Navy the Etna Baptist Church and Center. Cheryl, the youngest In addition, airmen who awarded the Navy for nine years, and as a later in Bethany Church of daughter is in ill health and is complete basic training earn Achievement Medal in a careerist, he plans on putting Pike where he is currently a not employed, credits toward an associate ceremony at the Armed in at teast 20. degree in applied science Forces Staff College, Norfolk, through the Community Virginia. College of the Air Force. Petty Officer Cobb received ,, Katharine Blaisdell The airman will now receive the award for exemplary job Henkemever is 787-6315 specialized instruction in the performance as a chaplain's promoted to sea'geant Mrs. Lucy McQuesten of to Loon Mountain for the computer systems field, assistant since coming to the BRADFORD-- Marco J. His wife, Mary, is the collegein March 1981. Henkemeyer, son •of retired Orting, Washington, and Gathering of Scottish Clans on daughter of Tim and Flora Cobb was recognized in the Air Force Master Sgt, Gerald Clarence Miller of Longview, Saturday, Sept. 18. In lieu of Wash., are spending two the August meeting there will Mauchley of Warren. citation accompanying the D. Henkemeyer of 108A Asselin is a 1980 graduate of award for his devotion toduty, Chestnut Drive, Beiton, Mo,, WandaWeeks withand KeithFl°renCeBelyeaCl°ugh'and beLaurencea potlUCkand EolaC°°k°Utsmith'sat Woodsville High School. his expertise and technical has been promoted in the J.S. boys joined them on Wed- home at 5 : 30 on August lg. knowledge, and his in- Air Force to the rank of staff nesday, the 14th for a trip up Eight members and two spirational military bearing sergeant. the Cog Railway and enjoyed guests of Haverhill Senior Since joining the Staff Henkemeyer is a target theview from the top of Mount Citizens motored to "Corin College, Cobb's ac intelligence specialist at Washington. They also were Merrimack on July 12 to tour E. lh man complishments include: the Loring Air Force Base, Maine, guests attheAARPmeeting, the Anheuser-Busch brewery return8 from reorganization of the Officeof with the 42nd Bombardment On July 15, twenty-five and visit the Clydesdale the Staff Chaplain; Wing. members and guests of AARP Hamlet there. The Budweiser Navy assignment preparation of the fiscal year ,His wife, Heather, is the met at the VFW hall for a Hitch was inLewiston, Maine, E. CORINTH-- Navy Seaman appropriated fund budget; daughter of retired Air Force potluck supper. Thelma,at the time, but there were Recruit Brian L. Ordway, son and implementation of Master Sgt. John L. and Mrs. Wilson has donated a braided four horses resting in the of Burton S. and Coralene H. necessary changes to Faith Grady of Bradford. rug which will he raffled off in stables. Part of the group Ordway of E. Corinth recently the fall. Carrie Conery and enjoyed a fine dinner at the returned from a deployment Janet Liesner won the Mill Stream Restaurant in to theWesternPacificandthe BAgK illlllll" mystery packages. The group Bristol on the way home. Indian Ocean. was entertained with a Mae Davis reports seeing a Heis acrewmemberaboard recording of Capt. Stubby's moose in her back yard, and the combat stores ship USS KHOOL humor and Scott Joplin's Lois and Everett Henson have Mars, homeported in Oakland, ragtime piano tunes. Janet seen tracks at their place. Calif. Liesner was on committee. During the seven-month CLOllllll Members of AARP plan to go deployment, L the Mars con- ducted 69 underway replenish- Stella Knapp Bruce Jaeohs ment evolutions with other 7th Fleet ships and transferred For High School, 439-5762 to Marietta College over 1,800 tons of cargo and andMaria. NEWBURY-- Bruce R. 72,000 pounds of mail. w6'm e David Kirby of Auburn, Jacobs, a 1982 graduate of While enroute to Singapore, Gra& SChool & Mass., returned home Sunday Oxbow High School, has been the ship. rescued 14 Viet- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. accepted at Marietta College, namese refugees from the Kenneth Kirby, afterspendlng according to Dan Jones. South China Sea, and was FO1P Boy* & Girl, two weeks with his grand-director of admissions. He awarded the Humdnitarian mother, Mrs. Thelma Childs. plans to begin his college Service Medal. David spent most of his time career with the fall 1982 term. The ship is 581 feet long and JAN DREIlZ8 fishing and grandma cooked Bruce's acceptance to the carries a crew of 386. It is OE8 RTB thecatch, four-year liberal arts college designed for the underway Wendell and Marian was based on his high school replenishment of munitions 8PORT COAT8 BLOUSE8 McLam of Terryville, Conn. scholastic average, per- and dry goods. ilkCK J][UI'8 were guests of his mother, formance on national college Mrs. Stella McLam during.the entrance examinations and :)T atlI][[T8 F¢']ETEI8 July 4 weekend. "recommendations [rom [pJ]['Jr 8LP8 The church steeple lighting teachers and counselors. for this week is given in Active in high school. Bruce memory of Henry T. Metcalf vas a member of the student Lyme soldier UNDERWEAR PANT by his wife, Marjorie. council '80: a member of the " During the two Sundays that tlonor Roll '79-'81 ; a member completes AF BOCK$ IACKlgT8 the Rev. and Mrs. White and of the yearbook staff '81:82; a  training [MK8 Matthew will be on vacation, member of the basketball Richard .Monroe, Co-Director team '79-'81, receiving an LYME-- Airman Wayne W. of the Atkinson House Retreat award for the most valuable Wilmott Jr., son of Wayne W.  'R E A Centerin Newbury, Vt. will be player; a member of the and Violet H. WilmottofLyme the" guest preacher and soccer team'79-'gl: a member has been assigned to Keesler worship leader July 25 at the of the baseball team '79:81; Air Force Base, Miss., after Presbyterian Church in and a participant in in- completing Air Force basic Topsham and on August 1 at tramurai volleyball '79:81. He training. During the six weeks at the Congregational Church at is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lackland Air Force Base, Woodsv[llO. N.   JOe E. Corinth. Both services Allen T. Jacobs. Route 5, Texas, the airman studied the begin at 9:30 a.m. Newbury, Vt. Air Force mission, organization and customs and Eleanor Burroughs" received special training in I 439-5547 human relations. INVESTIGATE cheshire, conn. came to spend In addition, airmen who a few days. complete basic training earn Esther and Marie Porter of credits toward an associate SOCIAL WORK Farmington, Conn. came to degree in applied science High Acres Wednesday to through the Community spend some time here. College of the Air Force. AS A CAREER Friends in this area are The airman will now receive off. - sorry to hear that Ralph specialized instruction in the W. Corlnth Aldrich, now Of Waits River, is communications-electronics Wednesday, July 7, Annick a patient in Central Vermont systems field: Ire what is happening to Leymarie went to Logan Hospital, Ralph, who was 9"/ Wilmott is a lSatgraduate of Airport in Boston where she last September, was for many Hanover High School in New Wondering if you can make a met three teenagers from years a resident here. Hampshire. Paris, France. iving in the human services field These young people are z4: - ,. Valarie Pocztar, staying with Ann Taylor in Fairlee; W " ! ,, INFORMATION SESSIONS Frederique Brute, with Mr.  and Mrs. Search in Bradford; .0vrCareers [n Social Work Thureda.v, July 2 and Jean Michel Ronandie, - - with Mrs. Ford in Bradford. 4-6 p.m. • Valarie and Jean spent a few days the first of the week Mental Health Services of with Annick here. When S0utheasternVrmont Anniek was a student in Phris; 7 Main St. Valarie's father was. her Springfieid, Vt. French teacher. There has been much t coming and going a the ! -l-2:30p.m. Civiteilo camp this past Week. Building 1 Jack and Mary - Civitello VA Hospital arrived-Thursday and left Saturday night to return to White River Junction, Vt. their home in Orange, .Conn. Later in the day Jack and  Fran Freeman and sons John, SPONSORED BY: Adelphi-Vermont" Paul, and Mark -- also his  Social Work Program father Bob Freeman -- all of New Haven, Conn., arrived (802) 863-5731 and departed Tuesday af- FUN AT THE CIRCUS-- Area residents were treated offering an extension program in ternoon. On Wednesday Steven to the Roberts Brm. 3-dag eiretm hurt week. Above is. Higgins and family from jut one of the acts that played to a ealmeity crowd. Friends of Iris Jordan are New Court House. Currently, sorry to learn she is unable to her two children are in live alone in her home in S. Westport,, Conn. visiting their Corinth. She is now in The grandparents, Katrina and Home For the Aged in Chelsea Sarah Blum. where her husband Wayland Ms. Pleasants lives not farm has been for several years, from the Eagle Hollow turn- She would enjoy hearing from her many friends. John and Pace Drake Finn have returned from Tocones, Peurto Rico, where they visited friends, Salvador and Marie Amador. They will be returning there sherfly as John has to be there to start his teaching duties August 2. He will be teaching math in the university of Peurto Rico in Mayaguez. Art Exhibition Along with five other artists Pace Drake Finn will be exhibiting her paintings at the Regional ° Selections Show at Hopkins Center in Hanover from July 16 through August. .Mike and Irene Ricker were in S. Barre Sunday afternoon and enjoyed a cookout with their son and family Billy and Candy Ricker. Granville and Rase Robbins left Friday for Farmington, Maine, Where they will visit their daughter's family, Bruce and Betsy Plumber and children. Marcie Pleasants, who owns the Green Mountain Market in Barre, has moved her business from South Main to North Main across from the • t • July 21, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 B!ue Lge Grange 2O3 regular meeting July 13 with visitors from and 23 guests The program the business Mr. and g of their trip this year. program was Carpenter Studio 'in St. the entries 2Ontest. At the the Kinerson's Carpenter contest win- why each had Vinners in the included: ): first-- James (close-up): Kinerson, Nelson; aes) : first-- second-- Black (People): McLure, (People): McLure; McLure; (Close-up) : rard McLure, McLure; (Scenes) : rd McLure, Whitehill; (Animals) : Perkins, Whitehill. m each division at the lilliam Nelson the business Past Ver- Master Vermont Y made a few invitation was Night the 111th of Green in St. July 17, a buffet sup- l to grant the Department ;e the Grange annual Fiddlers' evenlng, Sere reminded of Innual Family he held 25, at Pleasant This will with the is asked at 1:00 should bring find ing for the will he sheet was able to at Caledonia teeting will he William Hannah, were July Kenneth from it has long column mtic side it is that I have Ding the situation insisted on to make out of old kept how to of old pat- There was a bird about to must he July 4 a the have away of our aren't and a little baling over d pond the day Later in grosbeaks evident \\; said she tO tell. birds, two N Murray, Steven and Sheila in Groton. Mrs. Kenneth Stewart and daughter Elaine from Pitt- sburg, Pa., arrived June 21 to join Mr. Stewart, who had arrived the previous week, at their log cabin vacation home on Blue Mountain. Elaine Stewart was an overnight guest June 23 of her cousins Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter and Melissa. Another day Mrs. Hassall Nelson, Mrs. Stewart, and Elaine drove through the White Mountains. On June 24, Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson entertained Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter and Melissa, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stewart and daughter Elaine for dinner. Elaine returned to Pittsburg June 25, with her parents will stay on until the end of August. Christine Maxfield returned to her home in West Fairlee Tuesday, July 6, following a week's visit with her grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilcox. William Nelson attended a meeting of the Cottage Hospital Board of Trustees in Woodsville Monday, June 28. Miss Mary Nelson of Burlington spent Friday through Tuesday of July 4 weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter and Melissa were guests Sunday, July 4, of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stewart at. their vacation home here. Mrs. William Nelson will be soliciting Ryegate Corner ladies for the upcoming food sale July 31 at the Cracker Barrel Bazaar in Newbury to benefit Cottage Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson vacationed Tuesday through Friday, July 6 to 9, at their family cottage in Old Orchard, Me. Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson, Todd and Heidi from Milton were callers Wed- nesday, July 7, of his sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter and Melissa. Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Stewart also stopped in to see the George Nelsons. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilcox were business visitors in Montpelier Friday, July 9. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Heywood of St. Johnsbury camped at their camper here overnight Friday and Saturday, July 8 to 9. They were joined for overnight Saturday by their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ahmed Hutchinson from Barre. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson were dinner guests of the Heywoods and Hutchinsons. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Main were in Chelsea Saturday, July 10, to attend the Flea Market there. July 9, of her parents-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson. Visitors Sunday, July It, of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Main were their grandson Jon Winter and friend Cathy Batchelder from Barre. Ethan Nelson suffered a broken bone in his foot Sun- day, July II, and is in a cast and on crutches for a time. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson had as Sunday supper guests July 11 her brother and sister- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fifield from Wilder. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ritchie were luncheon guests Thur- sday, July 8, with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rogers at the Rogers' vacation home on Symes Pond Road. The Rogers have been in town for a week, returning to Newton, Mass., Sunday, July II. Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Curtis, Andrea, and James spent the day Monday, July 12, with her sister Miss Diane LeBlanc in Barton. They called on Mr. and Mrs. Pete Johnson and two children in Derby Line and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred May in Barton. Joe and Gordon Perkins left Saturday, July 10, to spend a week at Camp Northfield in Northfield, Mass. Mrs. James Stewart and daughter Senia from West Kennebunk, Me., were guests Tuesday through Saturday, July 13 to 17, of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty. On Wednesday evening they were joined by Mrs. Mildred Welch and grandson Pitu from North Brookfield, Mass., Ronald Welch and daughter Lisa from Dodge Pond in Lyman, N.H., and Mr. and Mrs. David Inglis from Wells River for dinner at the Con- tinental 93 in Littleton, to celebrate Guy's upcoming birthday. Mrs. Clay Blackburn from Plainfield, her sister Polly Viner from Florida, and their mother Mrs. Edah Smith from Montpelier, called on Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ritchie Tuesday, July 13, en route to North Conway, N.H. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hassenmayer and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Wilson, all from Milford, Conn., were at their respective vacation homes on the Stone Road over July 4 weekend. Mrs. Edward McLure at- tended a Caledonia County Extension Homemakers Council Planning Meeting Monday, July 12, at the East Burke Club House. The group went [or lunch at "The Unicorn". Mr. and Mrs. Edward McLure, Kimberiy and Jared were overnight guests Saturday, July 10, of her mother Mrs. Ira Dedd in Brandon. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. McLure at- Mrs. Fremont Nelson, tended her 15th High School Darcy, Matthew, and Ethan Reunion from Otter Valley spent Friday and Saturday, Union High School in Brandon. July 9 to I0, with her parents Thirty-five classmates and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hit-their spouses attended the chcock in Springfield. dinner at the Brandon Inn. On Mrs. Kenneth - Nelson, Sunday the McLure family Marcy and Katie from Walden joined Judy's classmates and were luncheon guests Friday, their families for the day at the "Threshold Institute'l elderly Englishwomen criss- Village History, which is crossed the village last Monday raising funds for Falkland War Relief, Inc., an organization centered in Goose Green. When informed politely by Village Agent Orin Sherwood that the war was over, they visibly stiffened, feigned indifference and moved briskly on to Corinth Corners. Although the Fourth of July weekend has now come and gone (having seen this columnist become one year older), summer activities are still at their peak. The village zymurgy group has had such success with its brewing activities it is considering applying for international licensure and copyright privileges. Clarence Kramer of the Threshold Institute, in a rare public appearance, said he is contemplating turning one of the institute out- buildings into a year.round wine cellar, "if I can ever get those damned chickens out of there." Kramer was referring to his score of super-breed chickens from Springfield that grow a full 10 pounds before slaughter. Zymurgy specialists from the Loire Valley have visited W. Corinth twice this month to see for themselves how Kramer is able to make quality white wine without the need for bottling. The Ntna-DaVid-Abra Great Wall is still growing. Exotic plants are now sprouting from the top of completed portions of the wall. Vlihqle hi have already decided to in- elude it in the W. Corinth under preparation in an un- disclosed location. Although it is widely assumed the in- stitute has control of the history, a spokesman there said ifl a conspiratorial tone, "You would be very surprised if you knew who is baking that [le.'" Long overdue word from Swiss painter Friederich Gross was finally had via Okinawa where he has settled in a small fishing village to paint. In a letter sent to the institute, Gross wrote:-"I think I have found my Shangri-La. Everyone here raises farm animals and fishes for a living. There are just so many cute little things to paint. I'm sure this place is going tohe home for me." But shortly after that letter, word was received from village diplomat Katie Kramer that Gross is being expelled from Japan "for taking certain liberties with the Buddhist shrine of Suchuri Sagaluchi." She was not more specific than that, but ap- pended only, "He will be back in W. Corinth soon, daunted yet happy." On another front, Dina Dubois has arrived safely in Seattle, Wa., with friend Dan Wing after "kicking up such a cloud of dust across .the U.S. that people are still wondering who we are." Unfortunately there is not yet any sign that she plans to return, so many in the village are just waiting for her to realize in  heart of hearts that Mt. Rainier and S0-foot tall pine trees are not as nice as the Carrier's cow pasture. • ncy Perkins 584-:! I Branbury Beach. En route home that evening they were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stevens, Nikki and Jesse in Middlebury. Darryi Perkins returned home Wednesday, July 14, from a nine-day visit with his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Perkins in Petersham, Mass. Mr. and "Mrs. Warren McLure were overnight guests Saturday, July t0, with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Norman McLure in Cambridge. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins attended the monthly meeting of District 5 of Capital District Mutual Aid Fire Association in Peacham Wednesday evening, July 14. Plans are progressing well for the Red Cress Swimming lessons for Ryegate area children at Ticklenaked Pond July 26 to August 6. Classes will be taught for Beginners through Swimmers, with a class of Basic Rescue and Water Safety and Advanced Lifesaving scheduled if in- terest warrants. Anyone entering Kindergarten or above in the fall may enroll by calling Nancy Perkins at 584- 3611. N. HAVERHII00 Don and Alice Girouard are the proud grandparents of a girl, Meghan Louise, born July 14 to Mike and Peggy Birouard in Keene. Marion Young and her brother, George White, took their cousin, Leah Cole of Littleton, to see her brother, Col (get.) Douglas Cole of York Haven, Pa. While there they saw tht'uclear plant at Three Mile Island and toured historic York, which was the nation's original capital before it was moved to Philadelphia. On Saturday' night Polly Smith and Edith Henson enjoyed the musical "The Kid and I" at the Weathervane Playhouse in Whitefield. On July 15, five members of the Bradford Academy Class of 1930 met for lunch at the Garden. Attending from North Haverhill was Eola Smith. E. CORINTH Flea Market The 13th annual Flea Market was held at the East Corinth Fairgrounds July 8 and was sponsored by the Valley Health Center Auxiliary. The more than 105 vendors began arriving at sunrise to set out their wares for the many onlookers to see, touch, discuss and perhaps to buy throughoutthe day. The snack bar, which was manned by members of the auxiliary, was a busy place dispensing coffee, milk, soda, donuts, hot dogs, chicken salad rolls, egg salad rolls and pie. Thanks are due to all who helped with the advertising, reservations, in the kitchen, at the auxiliary table, parking vendors, the vendors them- selves and the clean-up crew. Also to these who donated food or money. It's A Boy! John and Wendy Heidenreich are the parents of a son, Samuel Jones, born at home July 13. He joins four sisters, Brook, Anna, Sarah CORINTH Postmaster Richard Abbott chosen Postmaster of the Year PIKE- Richard Abbott, deacon, tie is also active in /bbott will not retire [rom native of Hanover and Grange being a State Deputy his activities even if heresigns Postmaster of Pike since the and Past Master of his dufies as Postmaster in the } .... early 1970"s has been chosen Moosilauke Subordinate future. He will continue to J New Hampshire Postmaster Grange and Grafton County* carry out his community work  of theYear. Pomona Grange. and will be seen each year. . Abbott has served over 30 Abbott is an active member pulling the Grange Float in the years with the United Postal of the Cohase Lions of Shrine Parade loaded with Service. He is past president Woodsvillearea. boys for the children in the of the New Hampshire Letter Other activities include Shriners' Hospitals. This and Carriers while at ltanover and playing in the popular all the hobbies in the corn- later while doing the rural M(x)silauke Kitchen Band, munity and his lack of need to delivery in Pike, he served as playing Santa at Community |)e busy will never allow him Area Coordinator of Rural Christmastrees, a%isting at to sit idle. Carriers. Since becoming the Cottage ttospital Fair, :: Postmaster, he has been besides his hobbies of hunting, Prtiden! of New Hampshire fishingand gardening. Postmasters and this year is Abbott is married and he Warren soldier re-elected tothat post. and his wife live in Pike. They Abbott has been active in have four married children agqled to NAVAL COMMENDATION-- Petty Officer 2nd class several other ways in his and eight grandchildren and Mississippi base Walter H. Cobb (right) is congratulated by Capt. community, tie has been a three step-grandchildren. This WARREN-- Airman Daniel Francis J. Farino, Commanding Officer following the Boy Scout Leader, beginning year, he and his wife, Betty, 'M. Asselin, son of Henry T. this teaching in the early will celebrate their 40th and Sheila E. Asselin of 4909 presentation of the Navy Achievement Medal in a 1940"s when he took a troop to wedding anniversary. She is the New York World's Fair 1977 New Hampshire Mother Governors Drive, Hunts, Ala., ceremony held recently at the Armed Forces Staff has been assigned to Keesler College. from Lebanon. Recently he is Of The Year. The oldest son Air Force Base, Miss., after working with Troop 152 of and youngest daughter live in Haverhill and was, rewarded Louisiana with their families completing Air Force basic Ne b sail awarded when one on his Scout Troop where the oldest son, Clifford training. W ury or became an Eagle Scout on t Joe) manages the Houma During the six weeks at Easter Sunday. Lumber Company. The oldest Lackland Air Force Base, N A hi Med 1 For years Abbott serveed daughter, Ellen Daniels is Texas, the airman studied the avy c evement a with the Hanover Volunteer Welfare Officer of the City of Air Force mission, NEWBURY-- Petty Officer establish a Roman Catholic organization and customs and 2nd Class Walter H Cobb, ministry aboard the corn Hosemen, was President of Lebanon, N.H. A youngerson, received special training in USN, son of Frederic Cobb of mand. the White River Jet. Car- Richard (Bud) is employedby penter's Union, was active at the White River Jet. Postal human relations. Newbury, was recently Cobb has served in the Navy the Etna Baptist Church and Center. Cheryl, the youngest In addition, airmen who awarded the Navy for nine years, and as a later in Bethany Church of daughter is in ill health and is complete basic training earn Achievement Medal in a careerist, he plans on putting Pike where he is currently a not employed, credits toward an associate ceremony at the Armed in at teast 20. degree in applied science Forces Staff College, Norfolk, through the Community Virginia. College of the Air Force. Petty Officer Cobb received ,, Katharine Blaisdell The airman will now receive the award for exemplary job Henkemever is 787-6315 specialized instruction in the performance as a chaplain's promoted to sea'geant Mrs. Lucy McQuesten of to Loon Mountain for the computer systems field, assistant since coming to the BRADFORD-- Marco J. His wife, Mary, is the collegein March 1981. Henkemeyer, son •of retired Orting, Washington, and Gathering of Scottish Clans on daughter of Tim and Flora Cobb was recognized in the Air Force Master Sgt, Gerald Clarence Miller of Longview, Saturday, Sept. 18. In lieu of Wash., are spending two the August meeting there will Mauchley of Warren. citation accompanying the D. Henkemeyer of 108A Asselin is a 1980 graduate of award for his devotion toduty, Chestnut Drive, Beiton, Mo,, WandaWeeks withand KeithFl°renCeBelyeaCl°ugh'and beLaurencea potlUCkand EolaC°°k°Utsmith'sat Woodsville High School. his expertise and technical has been promoted in the J.S. boys joined them on Wed- home at 5 : 30 on August lg. knowledge, and his in- Air Force to the rank of staff nesday, the 14th for a trip up Eight members and two spirational military bearing sergeant. the Cog Railway and enjoyed guests of Haverhill Senior Since joining the Staff Henkemeyer is a target theview from the top of Mount Citizens motored to "Corin College, Cobb's ac intelligence specialist at Washington. They also were Merrimack on July 12 to tour E. lh man complishments include: the Loring Air Force Base, Maine, guests attheAARPmeeting, the Anheuser-Busch brewery return8 from reorganization of the Officeof with the 42nd Bombardment On July 15, twenty-five and visit the Clydesdale the Staff Chaplain; Wing. members and guests of AARP Hamlet there. The Budweiser Navy assignment preparation of the fiscal year ,His wife, Heather, is the met at the VFW hall for a Hitch was inLewiston, Maine, E. CORINTH-- Navy Seaman appropriated fund budget; daughter of retired Air Force potluck supper. Thelma,at the time, but there were Recruit Brian L. Ordway, son and implementation of Master Sgt. John L. and Mrs. Wilson has donated a braided four horses resting in the of Burton S. and Coralene H. necessary changes to Faith Grady of Bradford. rug which will he raffled off in stables. Part of the group Ordway of E. Corinth recently the fall. Carrie Conery and enjoyed a fine dinner at the returned from a deployment Janet Liesner won the Mill Stream Restaurant in to theWesternPacificandthe BAgK illlllll" mystery packages. The group Bristol on the way home. Indian Ocean. was entertained with a Mae Davis reports seeing a Heis acrewmemberaboard recording of Capt. Stubby's moose in her back yard, and the combat stores ship USS KHOOL humor and Scott Joplin's Lois and Everett Henson have Mars, homeported in Oakland, ragtime piano tunes. Janet seen tracks at their place. Calif. Liesner was on committee. During the seven-month CLOllllll Members of AARP plan to go deployment, L the Mars con- ducted 69 underway replenish- Stella Knapp Bruce Jaeohs ment evolutions with other 7th Fleet ships and transferred For High School, 439-5762 to Marietta College over 1,800 tons of cargo and andMaria. NEWBURY-- Bruce R. 72,000 pounds of mail. w6'm e David Kirby of Auburn, Jacobs, a 1982 graduate of While enroute to Singapore, Gra& SChool & Mass., returned home Sunday Oxbow High School, has been the ship. rescued 14 Viet- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. accepted at Marietta College, namese refugees from the Kenneth Kirby, afterspendlng according to Dan Jones. South China Sea, and was FO1P Boy* & Girl, two weeks with his grand-director of admissions. He awarded the Humdnitarian mother, Mrs. Thelma Childs. plans to begin his college Service Medal. David spent most of his time career with the fall 1982 term. The ship is 581 feet long and JAN DREIlZ8 fishing and grandma cooked Bruce's acceptance to the carries a crew of 386. It is OE8 RTB thecatch, four-year liberal arts college designed for the underway Wendell and Marian was based on his high school replenishment of munitions 8PORT COAT8 BLOUSE8 McLam of Terryville, Conn. scholastic average, per- and dry goods. ilkCK J][UI'8 were guests of his mother, formance on national college Mrs. Stella McLam during.the entrance examinations and :)T atlI][[T8 F¢']ETEI8 July 4 weekend. "recommendations [rom [pJ]['Jr 8LP8 The church steeple lighting teachers and counselors. for this week is given in Active in high school. Bruce memory of Henry T. Metcalf vas a member of the student Lyme soldier UNDERWEAR PANT by his wife, Marjorie. council '80: a member of the " During the two Sundays that tlonor Roll '79-'81 ; a member completes AF BOCK$ IACKlgT8 the Rev. and Mrs. White and of the yearbook staff '81:82; a  training [MK8 Matthew will be on vacation, member of the basketball Richard .Monroe, Co-Director team '79-'81, receiving an LYME-- Airman Wayne W. of the Atkinson House Retreat award for the most valuable Wilmott Jr., son of Wayne W.  'R E A Centerin Newbury, Vt. will be player; a member of the and Violet H. WilmottofLyme the" guest preacher and soccer team'79-'gl: a member has been assigned to Keesler worship leader July 25 at the of the baseball team '79:81; Air Force Base, Miss., after Presbyterian Church in and a participant in in- completing Air Force basic Topsham and on August 1 at tramurai volleyball '79:81. He training. During the six weeks at the Congregational Church at is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lackland Air Force Base, Woodsv[llO. N.   JOe E. Corinth. Both services Allen T. Jacobs. Route 5, Texas, the airman studied the begin at 9:30 a.m. Newbury, Vt. Air Force mission, organization and customs and Eleanor Burroughs" received special training in I 439-5547 human relations. INVESTIGATE cheshire, conn. came to spend In addition, airmen who a few days. complete basic training earn Esther and Marie Porter of credits toward an associate SOCIAL WORK Farmington, Conn. came to degree in applied science High Acres Wednesday to through the Community spend some time here. College of the Air Force. AS A CAREER Friends in this area are The airman will now receive off. - sorry to hear that Ralph specialized instruction in the W. Corlnth Aldrich, now Of Waits River, is communications-electronics Wednesday, July 7, Annick a patient in Central Vermont systems field: Ire what is happening to Leymarie went to Logan Hospital, Ralph, who was 9"/ Wilmott is a lSatgraduate of Airport in Boston where she last September, was for many Hanover High School in New Wondering if you can make a met three teenagers from years a resident here. Hampshire. Paris, France. iving in the human services field These young people are z4: - ,. Valarie Pocztar, staying with Ann Taylor in Fairlee; W " ! ,, INFORMATION SESSIONS Frederique Brute, with Mr.  and Mrs. Search in Bradford; .0vrCareers [n Social Work Thureda.v, July 2 and Jean Michel Ronandie, - - with Mrs. Ford in Bradford. 4-6 p.m. • Valarie and Jean spent a few days the first of the week Mental Health Services of with Annick here. When S0utheasternVrmont Anniek was a student in Phris; 7 Main St. Valarie's father was. her Springfieid, Vt. French teacher. There has been much t coming and going a the ! -l-2:30p.m. Civiteilo camp this past Week. Building 1 Jack and Mary - Civitello VA Hospital arrived-Thursday and left Saturday night to return to White River Junction, Vt. their home in Orange, .Conn. Later in the day Jack and  Fran Freeman and sons John, SPONSORED BY: Adelphi-Vermont" Paul, and Mark -- also his  Social Work Program father Bob Freeman -- all of New Haven, Conn., arrived (802) 863-5731 and departed Tuesday af- FUN AT THE CIRCUS-- Area residents were treated offering an extension program in ternoon. On Wednesday Steven to the Roberts Brm. 3-dag eiretm hurt week. Above is. Higgins and family from jut one of the acts that played to a ealmeity crowd. Friends of Iris Jordan are New Court House. Currently, sorry to learn she is unable to her two children are in live alone in her home in S. Westport,, Conn. visiting their Corinth. She is now in The grandparents, Katrina and Home For the Aged in Chelsea Sarah Blum. where her husband Wayland Ms. Pleasants lives not farm has been for several years, from the Eagle Hollow turn- She would enjoy hearing from her many friends. John and Pace Drake Finn have returned from Tocones, Peurto Rico, where they visited friends, Salvador and Marie Amador. They will be returning there sherfly as John has to be there to start his teaching duties August 2. He will be teaching math in the university of Peurto Rico in Mayaguez. Art Exhibition Along with five other artists Pace Drake Finn will be exhibiting her paintings at the Regional ° Selections Show at Hopkins Center in Hanover from July 16 through August. .Mike and Irene Ricker were in S. Barre Sunday afternoon and enjoyed a cookout with their son and family Billy and Candy Ricker. Granville and Rase Robbins left Friday for Farmington, Maine, Where they will visit their daughter's family, Bruce and Betsy Plumber and children. Marcie Pleasants, who owns the Green Mountain Market in Barre, has moved her business from South Main to North Main across from the • t