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Page 6-The Journal Opinion.July 22. 1981 II I II II II I Ill I II Fairlee - -, Mr. and Mrs. David Flowers are the parents of a daughter, Maegan Christina, born July 2, at the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, Hanover, N.H. Guests recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fichera were a get-tngether of Mr. Fichera's relatives and last weekend, Mrs. Fichera's parents, Frank and Barbara Boczanowski, of Medwary, Mass., visited. Mr. and Mrs. William Fay and their five sons of Ronkonkoma, N.Y., have spent some days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bolles and family. The service at the Federated Church on July 12, celebrated Orange-Men's Day. Russell Wing was the lay-reader and Pastor Bagley sang a solo, "How Great Thou Art," using the Londonderry Air. Raymond Thurber attended the American Legion Con- vention at Rutland on Saturday, June 27, and Sun- day, June 28. Mr. Thurber also was at the afternoon meeting of VF.W. officers on Sunday, June 28, The home of Mr. and Mrs. David Fuchs was the scene of the Jenks family reunion Sunday, June 28. Guests were from Vermont, New Hamp- shire and Massachusetts. On this occasion, Mr. and Mrs. Merton Jenks, parents of Mrs. Fuchs, were surprised to receive cards and gifts for their upcoming 40th wedding anniversary. The anniversary cake was made and decorated Warren The Pemigewwassee Fire Wardens Assoc. held their July meeting in Alexandria in the Town Hall The meeting was called to order by the President Louis Sleeper, Fire Chief of Plymouth, N.H. Sec.- Treas. Virginia Speed of Rumney read the report of the last meeting at Hebron. Previous to the meeting the members of the auxiliary Mrs. Esther Johnson I m 333-9704 byMrs. R00s00llWing. N. Haverhill '"" ""' "" "'''"'' Swimming classes start July 6 at the Fairlee beach. Marge Wardrop spent a H., Forest and Laura East- These are open to the children vacation in Santa Rosa, Calif.. man and Charles Smith of of Fairlee and Orford. The visiting her brother and Rumney visited Miriam on head life guard is Gary Bean, family, the C. L. Wightmaus. Sunday. of Bradford and the Assistant She also visited Lake Tahoe, Elsie Church had a family guard is Cheryl Laverdiere, of San Francisco and Oakland. reunion at her home Jy 15. Piermont, NH. House guests at Art and Present were Robert Curch Sheila McCarty, who has Polly Starbard's home on ofWinsted, Conn.; Arlene and been living in San Francisco, Brushwood Road last week Raymond Wright and Calif., has been visiting her were Polly's parents, Mr. and daughter Brenda of Haverhill; mother, Mrs. Ruth McCarty. Mrs. Lloyd Jewett, Sr. and Ricky, Denise and baby Ryan From Fairlee, Miss McCarty brother David Jewett. Also, Langdon, and Jenny, Jr. will go to Boston, where she visiting for the weekend were Priscilla, and Jim and Darron will pursue her education at the Starbards' daughter Joan Hobbs of Laconia, and Ed, Boston University. and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Sal Shirley and Sandy Morris of Visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Della Crose with their Haverhill. They enjoyed a Laurel Danforth's were their children Rickie, Brian and cookout and lawn games. grandchildren, Nicole and Jennifer. Mr, and Mrs. Erville Smith Jeffery Sauvigne, of Lebanon, There was a gathering of of Concord were weekend N.H., and Sharon Danforth, of grandchildren at Miriam guests of his sister, Pauline St. Johnsbury. Lane's July 9, Judy Teeter and Smith. Henry McKee, coach of the Alvin and their son Kenny Sympathy is extended to the Minor League announces the from Cannga Park, Calif., Richard Allbees on the death best year yet of his team, 9 Lanny and Shirley Wiggins of Mary's brother. N wins, 4 loses, and 1 tie. The and Jennifer and Lanny Dean players from Fairlee are Jason Fountain, Jason Weale, Danny Murphy, Ryan Smith, Justin Murphy, Bart Musty, Cathy Eaton, Stephanie Fontana, James Colligan, and Peter Walstrom. Larry Martin, coach for the The annual "Roots" Chester, Vt. Little League, announced that meeting of the Piermont Brian French flew in from so far his team had 4 wins, 9 Historical Society will be held Iceland to his home base at loses, with two more games to at the Town Hall instead of the Brunswick, Maine and spent go His team consists of Todd Fire Station, July 24 at 8 p.m. last weekend with his family. Pierson, Bobby Davis, Charlie because the Underhill family He has returned to Iceland. niversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green. Marge presented them with a lovely Dresden plate quilt which she had made. The family reunion included relatives from Kansas, Colorado, Washington, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Vermont Inka McDanolds' cousins from Finland, Nauno and Martha Letho came for a visit. Other visitors were her sister Sylvia Marchand and her aunt Frances Mathis from Philadelphia. Margaret Ohlmann returned home from Mary Hitchcock Hospital July 13. The regular meeting of AARP was held at the VFW Hall July 16. Plans were made for a picnic meeting in August. The Ed Cowles family spent Rev. Robb of Piermont en- Jr. from Middleton, N. H., and the weekend with Marge's tertained with his singing act Scott ,from N. Haverhill. brother, Lloyd Green's family and stories. Bruce and Janice and three inOrange, Mass. The occasion Haverhill Memorial VFW children from Rochester, N. was the 50th wedding an- and AUxiliary met in the Post Home July 9 for the first meeting of the VFW year. Piermont ,,, " ' Senior Vice Commander Norman Davis presided at the VFW meeting. While President Bertha Aremburg I l j l / i 764-79 territory. Next meeting to be at Holderness. After the meeting ad- journed, Police Chief, and Fire Chief Paul Leavitt from Ryegate Martin, John Fontana, wish to use the piano for a Robert Evans whose well Chucky Culbertson, Brian musical part of the program, known theatre statistical Brian Page, with class- Musty, Soran Smith, Brian The library needs soap column ran over nine years in mates Bruce Jacobs, Rick Thurston, Robert Stone, powder boxes of any size. "Films in Review" has been Teeter, and Ron Hun- Robert Bradley, Steven There is also a need for a urged to return to that tington, ail having just Roberts, and Tobey Roberts. vacuum cleaner to replace the publication although the completed their Junior year at Let's hear it for these players failing electric broom, column is now appearing in Oxbow High School, attended and their coaches ! Library hours are 10 a.m.-12 "World of Yesterday." He Boys' State at Norwich noon and 1 to 8 p.m., may decide to do both. He University in Northfield June Tuesday and Saturday ! o an - received additional book 21-26..Brian is the son of Mr. Floyd R. Ray p.m. The Second Summer this week in which the author and Mrs. Gerald Page of Adventure for children of all credits him first for furnished Boltonville. ages is Tuesday, July 26. theatre information. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Stevens We shall miss the Russell Mrs. Eugene Robbins of Wheeling, Ill., arrived Goulds who have moved to celebrated with two former Sunday, July 12, to spend their home on Lake "Illegal" employees of The some time at their vacation Armington. Russell has lived Robbins when she attended home here. in the village all his life. the wedding of Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Harry Par- Waterville Valley showed slides and narrated the destruction from the winds there December last. Sustained winds up to 105 mile per hour laid low nearly all the trees in the village and some We welcome Mr. Donald A. (Hartwell) and 25th wedding sons, with their sons Robert Smith and his sons from anniversary of Martina Parsons of Daytona Beach, Athens, Ohio. They have (Day), both of whom were Fla., and Ted Parsons of arrived to occupy the Gould first employed at the inn at Triton, N.H., spent three days house following a family trip age 13! Martina worked at the recently with their daughters to Europe. Mr. Smith was on inn for nine years and had her and families Mr. and Mrs. the college staff as Director of wedding reception there. Ralph Holcomb and Mr. and erveda delicious chickenpie in surround!ng areas. It is Engineering' Telecom- Virginia returned after her Mrs. Sidney Hinman, Peter, nner., lne , group, was difficult.to nescrme tne. vas.t munications. His wife, family was grown and was a Jennifer, and Lindsay in wemomed to Amxanara ny destructmn without seeing It Margaret E. Evans, radio favorite of the Canadiaus who Woodstock, New Brunswick, nost waraen ennem rattan for ones self uesti rose as to " ' producer, is remaining in Ohio filled the inn each fall. Canada. Rick Darling, K.J. A,q ?,:, :y-,:-:; to:LAn,rhalfirchofrainfellluntilnetmonthto.comple   LakeSide:  Beck, an:jlo Perk|ns permits for the Sandwich half inch recewed late last#called "Image of a Struggle." Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arnold II, from a wde$ at Camp week. It is good much hay was  Peter Smith is returning to from Washington, D.C. are Berea in Bristol, N.H. put under cover before this Berea College in Berea, Ky., back at their cottage for the Miss Cheryl Page left moisture fell. It should assist in the fall and Andrew will season. Also Mr. and Mrs. Monday, June 29, for Jackson, in bringing the water table back. Good weather helped on the Warren Old Home day celebration Saturday. The attend a Iocal high school. Robert Peterson from Stuart Wyo., for a visit with her The Smiths first learned of Florida with their son Dereck. brother Philip. En route she the water power " on the Mr. and Mrs. Ernest North visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. property when attending a and Mrs. Alwyn Hartogensis and Mrs. Douglas Page, in convention in Hartford, Conn. from Ridgewood, N.J., and River Falls, Wis. celebration started with a and bought it partly in order to Sarasota are at thetr cottages. Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Chicken Barbecue Friday install their own hydro- Over the weekend of July ll Nelson, Darcy, Matthew, and evening, the Fire Dept. had a electric plant. His inquiry as and 12, Dr. and Mrs. Hare had Ethan attended the annual Las Vegas Night in the Town to the availability of pictures many members of their regional Holstein Picnic Hall. Saturday was the grand of the former mill was an- family with them at their Sunday, July 12, at the home parade, loggers contests and pony rides. Helicopter rides over town. and various games and fun. The Asquam- chumauke Snowmobile Club had a successful ham and bean supper in the Methodist Church vestry, the Masons auction and a dance in the Town Hall ended the ceremonies. The weather was beautiful and this made for a good day for all A wild hen turkey has taken up housekeeping at the Warren Fish Hatchery residence. Bob Fraize the manager has a few hens and chickens there and this turkey swered, "Oh, yes, we have cottage. Their children -- of Mr. and Mrs. Russell slides." Betsey and family from Carson and family in Although the Smiths, across Clayton, N.Y.: Polly and Newbnry. the street from Robert Evans family from Danbury, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hit- and next door to the Floyd and Dan with family from chcock arrived Monday, June Smith add no new names to Indiana, entertained at a 29, from their winter home in the heart of the village they surprise birthday dinner at Tarpon Springs, Fla. They will are the first new family since Moosilaukee Inn in Warren. It be living for the present in the the Daly-Gordons and the Ben was the BOth birthday for Dr. house owned by Mr. and Mrs. Gitchelsin1978. Hare. About 25 guests at-GeorgeSehaller. Post master Marge War- tended. The next night there Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson drop has returned from a was a second celebration with were in Newport Saturday, vacation trip to California. a second elaborate cake. July II, where they attended Charles Sheldon is home On July 14th the campers at calling hours for a friend who after many weeks at Hit- Walt Whitman enjoyed a treat had passed away. Later in the chcock and V.A. Hospitals. with a musical evening by the day they were guests at a Mrs. Clement Kinghorn Spectrum Blue Grass group, wedding reception in Orleans attended the wedding this based in Lexington, Ky. Chick for Mr. and Mrs. Paul Royer. week of her granddaughter Soloway generously invited Matthew Nelson was an Notch area as it is now in litigation for sale to the Federal Officials for a park area. It was felt the State wardens would continue to issue the permits until the sale is finalized. It was reported that an arson fire had occurred in Campton. Pres Sleeper announced the Plymouth Fire Dept. is having a celebration for one week ending with a banquet Saturday July 25. Everyone is welcome to come to the station, see the equipment and talk with the firemen. Past retired firemen will be honored during this celebration. Dist. Chief John Ricard of Canaan spoke from the state level, stating the closeness of the budget, and the cutback on many items. Arial patrols will be initiated when needed. Because of their speed, they can cover much territory. He informed us that Dist. Chief Swed's father was quite ill, which was keeping him nearer home much of the time. He also reported that Bryan Litchfield had changed from the Plymouth Fire Dept, to Hampton, Fire Dept. His services as a warden would be missed and possibily Miles Downing would be replacing him as a warden for this S. Newbury Charles Ertle's new building is progressing. It will be his press room. Selenda Grow gave the Thursday morning Story Hour at the Tenney Memorial Library this week. It was a puppet show. Betty Peters, who is staying with her parents, brought Joseph and Andrew, Ray Donaldson has had his cast off for two weeks and is back on working schedule. Mrs. Gilbride's parents stayed at Elm Knoll for a few days and took Matthew back to Long Island with them for a vacation of boating on the Sound. It's back to UVM for Mrs Gilbride. She is pursuing graduate studies in historic preservation and will be at the Shelburne Museum in August. It was a nice surprise to see the John Hambels for two nights at Sleepers Meadow. They have been coming to the farm cabins for 16 years. We missed their son John this year -- he worked on the Reagan campaign and has a summer job in Washington, D.C. Warning: the railroad track across the lane leading to the seems to assist and help with Jacqueline, daughter of Mr. the cottagers to join in the fun overnight guest Friday, July the care of the chicks. She is and Mrs. Guy Kinghorn in evening, 10, of his cousins Mr. and Mrs. quite friendly and has not GenePerkiandGordon. much fear of humans and it will be sad fact and takes home the turkey. It is other turkeys have been seen around, let's hope so. Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, Grant, Hannah, Andrew, and Betsey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson, Tracy and Jeremy of Lincoln, N.H., and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roy, Peter. Elie, and Benjamin of Wondsville picnicked together at Groton State Forest Sun- day, July 12. Mrs. Theodore Clark, Mrs. Bruce Beauvais, Mrs. Fremont Nelson. and Mrs. Gene Perkins met with Mrs. William Nelson Thursday evening, July 9, for a Beach Committee Meeting. Among the business discussed was a Work Day at Ticklenaked Pond Sunday, July 19, from 1:00 p.m. on for anyone in the surrounding communities who is interested in the beach. Darryl Perkins left Sunday, July 12. to spend a week with his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Perkins in Petersham, Mass. His parents Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Eastman drove him to Petersham and PARTY TIME---Ray Burton has his annual party in Bath. Bath tl;ll ., Susan Plcknell Vl,ia,00e , , D'Allesandro, Nelson -- Roscoe Noyes. Chamberlin, E.B. Mann and Special food prizes: Beulah many other local people. A Bowles, Roscoe Noyea; Door: wonderful home cooked meal Hildah Bedard, George was served by the Ladies' Ramsdell; Leroes: Agnes Aide of the Bath Church. The Pelletier, Roscoe Noyes. 747-5 had lunch with the Perkins'. Story hour was co/aducted Strawberry Farm Band Ron Welch from California, last week by Sue Rowley. We provided the entertainment. ' who is spending the summer saw a film, "Mole as a At a card party, July 13, at his camp in Lyman, NH., Painter" and heard records ladies prizes went to: high visited his aunt and uncle Mr. and stories, score -- Joyce Bailey, second and Mrs. Guy Labounty Ray Burton, our executive high score -- Ethel Ciough; Sunday, July 12, and attended counsellor had his 10th annual middlescore-- Nellie Hunt. the Extension Homemakers party at his home in Bath. Men: high score -- Burgess Family pienic with them. There were over 250 people Metcalf, second high score -- Mr. and Mrs. Stewart White present including Louis Charles Bailey, middle score and Amanda Bowen of Newbury attended a New England Jersey Breeders Summdr Picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Colby Whiteomb in Belfast, Maine, Saturday, July 11. Afterward they were I I Isabel Whitney 861;-5676 Connecticut river at Sleepers Meadow is too rough for a car to pass over. Men are still working on the railroad bed. Dick and Ginny Swenson spent two days at Old Orchard Beach, Maine. this week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry "Hank" ) Hoyt stayed Monday night at Sleepers Meadow Mrs. Hoyt is the former Elizabeth Sklar, who ' taught at Oxbow in 1979. She and Hank were married on :: July 5 and are making their home in New Jersey On account of the bad condition of the railroad crossing, Dr. and Mrs. Minear have had to make a roun. dabout trip to put their canoe in the river this summer. Their granddaughter. Elisabeth. aged seven, has just arrived from her home in Switzerland to stay three weeks with them. She traveled by herself to Boston. 007 Sylvester has been having a time with his 1377s. He got so confused he had to make out some 2240s. Sylvester HATES making out 2240s. He can never remember his card type, he mixes it up with his blood type and it gets seat back to him. Ka th arine Bla isdeil I 787-6315 conducted the Auxiliary- - meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Arem- burg, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Roland McKean attended the Department Convention in Nashua. They brought back many awards including a trophy for first in Americanism, a plaque and trophy for community ac- tivities. Plans were made for the refreshment stand at the 4- Wheel Drive Pull at the VFW Memorial Field July 18. Collections have been made for Cancer Aid and Research. Of the $2 per member, $117 has been collected. A bill was presented and paid for groceries and soda for the volunteers who searched for the missing boy on Black Mountain. A float, "Our American Heritage, the Right to Worship in the Church of Your Choice" was entered in the Fourth of July Parade. The VFW and Auxiliary marched with their colors in the parade. They, also, marched in the Warren Old Home Day Parade July 11. |: i t i BUSINESS ENTERPRISE---All businesses start out somewhere business is no exception. Andrea Zilch of Bradford (left) and Sue Piermont (formerly England) own and operate "The Painted Moose". undertake jobs such as window washing and will specialty is interior painting. Edgar Rowe in Randolph and called on her sister Mrs. Harold Bowen in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William Dickerson and son Callan Dickerson of Swiftwater, N.H., spent II days over guest speaker was Miss Father's Day with their Janelle Harran from St. daughter and family Mrs. Johnsbury. She showed slides Edward Fox, Gregory and Lee and spoke on her trip to in Grand Island, N.Y. While Denmark and the Netherlands there they attended Greg's through the 4-IFYE Cvan program. The refreshments June i6. followed the theme of the Mr. and Mrs. JameJones program and featured open faced sandwiches, a very common food in Denmark. At the business meeting a donation was made to Ver- mont Children's Aid, also a donation to the Beach Com- mittee for building a per- manent concrete fireplace at the shelter at Ticklenaked Pond. Members were urged to attend the Work Day to clean up and improve the beach area Sunday, July 19. A request was granted that the Fire Department be allowed use of the Grange piano and chairs for the Fiddlers Contest Saturday evening, July 18. Workers are needed at the Pomona Grange Food Booth at Lyndonville Fair, and anyone willing to work may contact Marsha Nelson. Upcoming events include the annual Grange Family Picnic at Pleasant Valley Cam- pground Sunday, July 26, at 1:00. Families are asked to bring their own meat, beverage, and dishes and something for the buffet table. On July 28 Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty will he receiving their 25-year membership certificates at Moesilauke Grange in East Haverhill. Members of Blue Mountain Grange are invited to attend that meeting. August 11 will be the Agricultural meeting, and Moosilauke Grange will visit here at that time. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilds, members of the State Grange Youth Committee, were present and spoke briefly. There were 12 youth members present, and each filled an office for the evening. Mrs. Gene Perkins attended a meeting of the Caledonia County 4-H Foundation Trustees Thursday evening, July 9, at the Extension Office in St. Johnsbury. Mrs. Robert Nelson, Tracy and Jeremy of Lincoln, N.H., were dinner guests Thursday, July 9, of her parents-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson. Twenty-seven members and guests gathered at Pleasant Valley Campground Sunday, July 12, for the Extension Homemakers Family Picnic. Mr. and Mrs. George Randall from Lebanon, Conn., were guests Thursday through Saturday, July 9-11, of his sister and family Mr. and Mrs. James Kinerson and Jack. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Collins, Christopher and Kelly were at the State Grange Center in Brookfield Sunday, July 12, where Kelly modeled her skirt which won second in the State in her division in the National Grange Sewing Contest, She was presented of Northfield, Conn., are camping this week at Pleasant Valley Campground and calling on Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ritchie. Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Murray and daughter Sylvia of Montpelier and his brother and family Mr. and Mrs. Roger Murray and two daughters from Amarillo, Texas, spent a recent af- ternoon with their uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. George Wright from Artesia, N.M., spent a recent overnight with her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ritchie en route to a tour of the Scandinavian countries. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson were supper guests of their granddaughter and husband Mr. and Mrs, Ahmed Hut- chinson of Barre one evening recently at Pleasant Valley Campground, where the Hutchinson's spent a week. Mrs. Edward Fox, Gregory and Lee from Grand Island, N.Y., are here to spend some time with her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Dickerson. Richard Rogers and a friend from Newton, Mass., left for home Tuesday, July 14, after spending a week at his vacation home on the Symes Pond Road. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ritchie spent overnight June 19 in South Portland, Maine and the following day attended the wedding of his grandson Carl Ritchie to Andrea Johnson. Fourteen members of the Trailblazers 4-H Club, with fourteen leaders and guests, rode bicycles about two miles to the home of Kelly Collins Wednesday, July 15, for a cookout and swimming party. Following the meal cer- tificates, seals, and mem- bership pins were given to each member who has completed the year in 4-H. Darren Leonard was an overnight guest Wednesday, July 15, of his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins and Gene Jr. Gordon Perkins spent the same night with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Leonard, Jeffrey, Danny, and Sarah. Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson and their daughter Mary Nelson from Burlington spent July 4-8 at the family cottage in Old Orchard, Maine. NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. Russ Havilland of W. Newbury are the parents of a baby girl, born July 14 at Cottage Hospital and weighing 7 pounds, 12 ounces. Vir George and Cynthia Mr. and Mrs. Lambert and two daughters, Nelson, Jr., of Jennifer and Amy, of St. nounce the Lambert, Quebec, visited their daughter their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson of Lester Wakefield, Sunday. N.Y. to Wolcott C. Buddy (Lester) Wakefield of Mrs. Edith L. Los Angeles, Calif., came to Bradford, and his parents home on Saturday. J. Allen. Marion Batchelder had for Miss Nelson waS i visitors on the weekend Mr. from the St. and Mrs. Daniel Sheehan and Nursing in family of Manchester, Mr. and is employed at Mrs. Harry Lutz of Kittery Inc. in Millbrook, Point, Maine, and Mr. and Mr. Allen Mrs Gordon Hodge of Wild sbury High Hill. On Sunday, they had a tford Regional cookout at the Lutz log cabin School in in Waits River. self-employed Donald Richardson from Bradford. Saudia Arabia has been A mid-August visiting his parents, Erwin planned. and Virginia Richardson, for The parents two weeks. He has now gone to the Valley Washington, D.C. for a short School will be time. bingo table at Lolabelle Hood is Valley Fair from recuperating at Mary Hit- This is an an aual e chcock  Hospital following help raise funds f ery ...... ;, ...... which is a organization. 5. Kyegate --- Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. John McCoy, Bradford, were dinner guests Mrs. Ruth Friday of Mr. and Mrs. house guests Charles Grant. The Grants left of her family. Sunday to spend quite some were Mrs. time at their cottage on Little and Bear Pond in Maine. and Mrs. Mrs. Bernard Doe left Todd, Center Sunday to spend two weeks several times with their son, Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. family, in Washington, D.C. and Mr. and Mrs. Alison Frost, and two Puffer, Wells sons, of Millbury, Mass., spent and Mrs. the weekend with her parents, Monroe, N.H. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Frost. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bone, spent the Needham, Mass. spent the in Maine. weekend at their cottage on Ellsworth Frost the Groton-Ryegate Road. district meeting Mrs. Lucinda Black, Fellows in Esse Westfield, Mass., spent the Sunday. weekend with her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Winnie Frost. Mrs. Frost Bennett, Essex is a surgical patient at the called on Mrs. Mary Hitchcock Clinic in Sunday. Hanover, N.H. She underwent Topsham,,, The Emerson Family held a death this reunion at the ballfield in E. family was in Corinth on Sunday. Following Saturday to lunch baseball games were funeral. enjoyed. Many from Mrs. Marjorie McKay was the flea in Newport this past weekend on Thursday. visiting her brother and wife, Mrs. Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mit- family attended chell. While there she at-of her tended the last church service Southwick, Mass., to be conducted by Rev. week. James McIntyre as pastor of the Newport Congregation. Dr. and Mrs. T.M. Taylor were in E. Craftsbury on HackeU Sunday to help with the 75th anniversary of the founding of On July 15, the United Presbyterian Homestead on Church in that community, was sold to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miles Peoggia of and daughter are visiting at who will take the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sept. 1. Miles. Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Alton Ester, Smith and Schenectady, N.Y., are Moore and visiting at the home of Mrs. Indiana Olive Powers. Hackett Mr. and Mrs. Vergil Welch ternoon. visited at the home of Mrs. Other Ivalou Welch on Thursday nesday were evening. Edward Peter Arnold has been evening, Mr. entertaining friends this past Bedell. week. They held a work bee to Mrs. Elsie build a garage. Sunda' Mrs. John Claflin has Mrs. Tom returned from a trip to of Edna Wisconsin. She was ac- evening. companied by her mother, Herbert Mrs. June Spooner and sister haying on "Becky." Tuesday. Mrs. Eleanor Martin, E. Mr. and Corinth visited at the home of Hacker of Mrs. Mildred Fox on Friday their sister evening. Friday. The sympathy of the Mr. and Mrs. ( community is extended to and daughter s' Mrs. Helen Frost in her Conn., were sister's, Mrs. Rose Durkee, Camp on vacati supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Walker, Jeffrey and Janet in Hampden, Maine A week of Vacation Bible School was held at the So. Ryegate United Presbyterian Church July 6-10 for children from the three Ryegate communities. Several of the children from Ryegate Corner provided special music at the morning church service here Sunday, July 12, singing a number of the songs which they had learned. Blue Mountain Grange No. 263 held their regular meeting Tuesday evening, July 14, with 25 members, 2 guests, 6 children, 2 visitors from Green Mountain Grange in St. Johnsbury, and 2 visitors from Riverside Grange present. It was Youth Night, and the with a prize--an electric corn popper. Holly Schnettini of ,South Ryegate placed third in the State in her division of the Sewing Contest and was awarded an Electric Broom. Miss Betty-Vi Langmaid and her mother Mrs. Irving Langmaid of Lyndonville were callers Sunday, July 12, of Mr. Wellington Lee. He played an Intermezzo by Brahms for them on the piano. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson were overnight guests Mon- day, July 6, of her nephew and niece Nelson Bowen and Mrs. II ,,, Nancy Perkins Bradford I 584-11 Page 6-The Journal Opinion.July 22. 1981 II I II II II I Ill I II Fairlee - -, Mr. and Mrs. David Flowers are the parents of a daughter, Maegan Christina, born July 2, at the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, Hanover, N.H. Guests recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fichera were a get-tngether of Mr. Fichera's relatives and last weekend, Mrs. Fichera's parents, Frank and Barbara Boczanowski, of Medwary, Mass., visited. Mr. and Mrs. William Fay and their five sons of Ronkonkoma, N.Y., have spent some days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bolles and family. The service at the Federated Church on July 12, celebrated Orange-Men's Day. Russell Wing was the lay-reader and Pastor Bagley sang a solo, "How Great Thou Art," using the Londonderry Air. Raymond Thurber attended the American Legion Con- vention at Rutland on Saturday, June 27, and Sun- day, June 28. Mr. Thurber also was at the afternoon meeting of VF.W. officers on Sunday, June 28, The home of Mr. and Mrs. David Fuchs was the scene of the Jenks family reunion Sunday, June 28. Guests were from Vermont, New Hamp- shire and Massachusetts. On this occasion, Mr. and Mrs. Merton Jenks, parents of Mrs. Fuchs, were surprised to receive cards and gifts for their upcoming 40th wedding anniversary. The anniversary cake was made and decorated Warren The Pemigewwassee Fire Wardens Assoc. held their July meeting in Alexandria in the Town Hall The meeting was called to order by the President Louis Sleeper, Fire Chief of Plymouth, N.H. Sec.- Treas. Virginia Speed of Rumney read the report of the last meeting at Hebron. Previous to the meeting the members of the auxiliary Mrs. Esther Johnson I m 333-9704 byMrs. R00s00llWing. N. Haverhill '"" ""' "" "'''"'' Swimming classes start July 6 at the Fairlee beach. Marge Wardrop spent a H., Forest and Laura East- These are open to the children vacation in Santa Rosa, Calif.. man and Charles Smith of of Fairlee and Orford. The visiting her brother and Rumney visited Miriam on head life guard is Gary Bean, family, the C. L. Wightmaus. Sunday. of Bradford and the Assistant She also visited Lake Tahoe, Elsie Church had a family guard is Cheryl Laverdiere, of San Francisco and Oakland. reunion at her home Jy 15. Piermont, NH. House guests at Art and Present were Robert Curch Sheila McCarty, who has Polly Starbard's home on ofWinsted, Conn.; Arlene and been living in San Francisco, Brushwood Road last week Raymond Wright and Calif., has been visiting her were Polly's parents, Mr. and daughter Brenda of Haverhill; mother, Mrs. Ruth McCarty. Mrs. Lloyd Jewett, Sr. and Ricky, Denise and baby Ryan From Fairlee, Miss McCarty brother David Jewett. Also, Langdon, and Jenny, Jr. will go to Boston, where she visiting for the weekend were Priscilla, and Jim and Darron will pursue her education at the Starbards' daughter Joan Hobbs of Laconia, and Ed, Boston University. and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Sal Shirley and Sandy Morris of Visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Della Crose with their Haverhill. They enjoyed a Laurel Danforth's were their children Rickie, Brian and cookout and lawn games. grandchildren, Nicole and Jennifer. Mr, and Mrs. Erville Smith Jeffery Sauvigne, of Lebanon, There was a gathering of of Concord were weekend N.H., and Sharon Danforth, of grandchildren at Miriam guests of his sister, Pauline St. Johnsbury. Lane's July 9, Judy Teeter and Smith. Henry McKee, coach of the Alvin and their son Kenny Sympathy is extended to the Minor League announces the from Cannga Park, Calif., Richard Allbees on the death best year yet of his team, 9 Lanny and Shirley Wiggins of Mary's brother. N wins, 4 loses, and 1 tie. The and Jennifer and Lanny Dean players from Fairlee are Jason Fountain, Jason Weale, Danny Murphy, Ryan Smith, Justin Murphy, Bart Musty, Cathy Eaton, Stephanie Fontana, James Colligan, and Peter Walstrom. Larry Martin, coach for the The annual "Roots" Chester, Vt. Little League, announced that meeting of the Piermont Brian French flew in from so far his team had 4 wins, 9 Historical Society will be held Iceland to his home base at loses, with two more games to at the Town Hall instead of the Brunswick, Maine and spent go His team consists of Todd Fire Station, July 24 at 8 p.m. last weekend with his family. Pierson, Bobby Davis, Charlie because the Underhill family He has returned to Iceland. niversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green. Marge presented them with a lovely Dresden plate quilt which she had made. The family reunion included relatives from Kansas, Colorado, Washington, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Vermont Inka McDanolds' cousins from Finland, Nauno and Martha Letho came for a visit. Other visitors were her sister Sylvia Marchand and her aunt Frances Mathis from Philadelphia. Margaret Ohlmann returned home from Mary Hitchcock Hospital July 13. The regular meeting of AARP was held at the VFW Hall July 16. Plans were made for a picnic meeting in August. The Ed Cowles family spent Rev. Robb of Piermont en- Jr. from Middleton, N. H., and the weekend with Marge's tertained with his singing act Scott ,from N. Haverhill. brother, Lloyd Green's family and stories. Bruce and Janice and three inOrange, Mass. The occasion Haverhill Memorial VFW children from Rochester, N. was the 50th wedding an- and AUxiliary met in the Post Home July 9 for the first meeting of the VFW year. Piermont ,,, " ' Senior Vice Commander Norman Davis presided at the VFW meeting. While President Bertha Aremburg I l j l / i 764-79 territory. Next meeting to be at Holderness. After the meeting ad- journed, Police Chief, and Fire Chief Paul Leavitt from Ryegate Martin, John Fontana, wish to use the piano for a Robert Evans whose well Chucky Culbertson, Brian musical part of the program, known theatre statistical Brian Page, with class- Musty, Soran Smith, Brian The library needs soap column ran over nine years in mates Bruce Jacobs, Rick Thurston, Robert Stone, powder boxes of any size. "Films in Review" has been Teeter, and Ron Hun- Robert Bradley, Steven There is also a need for a urged to return to that tington, ail having just Roberts, and Tobey Roberts. vacuum cleaner to replace the publication although the completed their Junior year at Let's hear it for these players failing electric broom, column is now appearing in Oxbow High School, attended and their coaches ! Library hours are 10 a.m.-12 "World of Yesterday." He Boys' State at Norwich noon and 1 to 8 p.m., may decide to do both. He University in Northfield June Tuesday and Saturday ! o an - received additional book 21-26..Brian is the son of Mr. Floyd R. Ray p.m. The Second Summer this week in which the author and Mrs. Gerald Page of Adventure for children of all credits him first for furnished Boltonville. ages is Tuesday, July 26. theatre information. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Stevens We shall miss the Russell Mrs. Eugene Robbins of Wheeling, Ill., arrived Goulds who have moved to celebrated with two former Sunday, July 12, to spend their home on Lake "Illegal" employees of The some time at their vacation Armington. Russell has lived Robbins when she attended home here. in the village all his life. the wedding of Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Harry Par- Waterville Valley showed slides and narrated the destruction from the winds there December last. Sustained winds up to 105 mile per hour laid low nearly all the trees in the village and some We welcome Mr. Donald A. (Hartwell) and 25th wedding sons, with their sons Robert Smith and his sons from anniversary of Martina Parsons of Daytona Beach, Athens, Ohio. They have (Day), both of whom were Fla., and Ted Parsons of arrived to occupy the Gould first employed at the inn at Triton, N.H., spent three days house following a family trip age 13! Martina worked at the recently with their daughters to Europe. Mr. Smith was on inn for nine years and had her and families Mr. and Mrs. the college staff as Director of wedding reception there. Ralph Holcomb and Mr. and erveda delicious chickenpie in surround!ng areas. It is Engineering' Telecom- Virginia returned after her Mrs. Sidney Hinman, Peter, nner., lne , group, was difficult.to nescrme tne. vas.t munications. His wife, family was grown and was a Jennifer, and Lindsay in wemomed to Amxanara ny destructmn without seeing It Margaret E. Evans, radio favorite of the Canadiaus who Woodstock, New Brunswick, nost waraen ennem rattan for ones self uesti rose as to " ' producer, is remaining in Ohio filled the inn each fall. Canada. Rick Darling, K.J. A,q ?,:, :y-,:-:; to:LAn,rhalfirchofrainfellluntilnetmonthto.comple   LakeSide:  Beck, an:jlo Perk|ns permits for the Sandwich half inch recewed late last#called "Image of a Struggle." Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arnold II, from a wde$ at Camp week. It is good much hay was  Peter Smith is returning to from Washington, D.C. are Berea in Bristol, N.H. put under cover before this Berea College in Berea, Ky., back at their cottage for the Miss Cheryl Page left moisture fell. It should assist in the fall and Andrew will season. Also Mr. and Mrs. Monday, June 29, for Jackson, in bringing the water table back. Good weather helped on the Warren Old Home day celebration Saturday. The attend a Iocal high school. Robert Peterson from Stuart Wyo., for a visit with her The Smiths first learned of Florida with their son Dereck. brother Philip. En route she the water power " on the Mr. and Mrs. Ernest North visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. property when attending a and Mrs. Alwyn Hartogensis and Mrs. Douglas Page, in convention in Hartford, Conn. from Ridgewood, N.J., and River Falls, Wis. celebration started with a and bought it partly in order to Sarasota are at thetr cottages. Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Chicken Barbecue Friday install their own hydro- Over the weekend of July ll Nelson, Darcy, Matthew, and evening, the Fire Dept. had a electric plant. His inquiry as and 12, Dr. and Mrs. Hare had Ethan attended the annual Las Vegas Night in the Town to the availability of pictures many members of their regional Holstein Picnic Hall. Saturday was the grand of the former mill was an- family with them at their Sunday, July 12, at the home parade, loggers contests and pony rides. Helicopter rides over town. and various games and fun. The Asquam- chumauke Snowmobile Club had a successful ham and bean supper in the Methodist Church vestry, the Masons auction and a dance in the Town Hall ended the ceremonies. The weather was beautiful and this made for a good day for all A wild hen turkey has taken up housekeeping at the Warren Fish Hatchery residence. Bob Fraize the manager has a few hens and chickens there and this turkey swered, "Oh, yes, we have cottage. Their children -- of Mr. and Mrs. Russell slides." Betsey and family from Carson and family in Although the Smiths, across Clayton, N.Y.: Polly and Newbnry. the street from Robert Evans family from Danbury, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hit- and next door to the Floyd and Dan with family from chcock arrived Monday, June Smith add no new names to Indiana, entertained at a 29, from their winter home in the heart of the village they surprise birthday dinner at Tarpon Springs, Fla. They will are the first new family since Moosilaukee Inn in Warren. It be living for the present in the the Daly-Gordons and the Ben was the BOth birthday for Dr. house owned by Mr. and Mrs. Gitchelsin1978. Hare. About 25 guests at-GeorgeSehaller. Post master Marge War- tended. The next night there Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson drop has returned from a was a second celebration with were in Newport Saturday, vacation trip to California. a second elaborate cake. July II, where they attended Charles Sheldon is home On July 14th the campers at calling hours for a friend who after many weeks at Hit- Walt Whitman enjoyed a treat had passed away. Later in the chcock and V.A. Hospitals. with a musical evening by the day they were guests at a Mrs. Clement Kinghorn Spectrum Blue Grass group, wedding reception in Orleans attended the wedding this based in Lexington, Ky. Chick for Mr. and Mrs. Paul Royer. week of her granddaughter Soloway generously invited Matthew Nelson was an Notch area as it is now in litigation for sale to the Federal Officials for a park area. It was felt the State wardens would continue to issue the permits until the sale is finalized. It was reported that an arson fire had occurred in Campton. Pres Sleeper announced the Plymouth Fire Dept. is having a celebration for one week ending with a banquet Saturday July 25. Everyone is welcome to come to the station, see the equipment and talk with the firemen. Past retired firemen will be honored during this celebration. Dist. Chief John Ricard of Canaan spoke from the state level, stating the closeness of the budget, and the cutback on many items. Arial patrols will be initiated when needed. Because of their speed, they can cover much territory. He informed us that Dist. Chief Swed's father was quite ill, which was keeping him nearer home much of the time. He also reported that Bryan Litchfield had changed from the Plymouth Fire Dept, to Hampton, Fire Dept. His services as a warden would be missed and possibily Miles Downing would be replacing him as a warden for this S. Newbury Charles Ertle's new building is progressing. It will be his press room. Selenda Grow gave the Thursday morning Story Hour at the Tenney Memorial Library this week. It was a puppet show. Betty Peters, who is staying with her parents, brought Joseph and Andrew, Ray Donaldson has had his cast off for two weeks and is back on working schedule. Mrs. Gilbride's parents stayed at Elm Knoll for a few days and took Matthew back to Long Island with them for a vacation of boating on the Sound. It's back to UVM for Mrs Gilbride. She is pursuing graduate studies in historic preservation and will be at the Shelburne Museum in August. It was a nice surprise to see the John Hambels for two nights at Sleepers Meadow. They have been coming to the farm cabins for 16 years. We missed their son John this year -- he worked on the Reagan campaign and has a summer job in Washington, D.C. Warning: the railroad track across the lane leading to the seems to assist and help with Jacqueline, daughter of Mr. the cottagers to join in the fun overnight guest Friday, July the care of the chicks. She is and Mrs. Guy Kinghorn in evening, 10, of his cousins Mr. and Mrs. quite friendly and has not GenePerkiandGordon. much fear of humans and it will be sad fact and takes home the turkey. It is other turkeys have been seen around, let's hope so. Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, Grant, Hannah, Andrew, and Betsey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson, Tracy and Jeremy of Lincoln, N.H., and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roy, Peter. Elie, and Benjamin of Wondsville picnicked together at Groton State Forest Sun- day, July 12. Mrs. Theodore Clark, Mrs. Bruce Beauvais, Mrs. Fremont Nelson. and Mrs. Gene Perkins met with Mrs. William Nelson Thursday evening, July 9, for a Beach Committee Meeting. Among the business discussed was a Work Day at Ticklenaked Pond Sunday, July 19, from 1:00 p.m. on for anyone in the surrounding communities who is interested in the beach. Darryl Perkins left Sunday, July 12. to spend a week with his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Perkins in Petersham, Mass. His parents Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Eastman drove him to Petersham and PARTY TIME---Ray Burton has his annual party in Bath. Bath tl;ll ., Susan Plcknell Vl,ia,00e , , D'Allesandro, Nelson -- Roscoe Noyes. Chamberlin, E.B. Mann and Special food prizes: Beulah many other local people. A Bowles, Roscoe Noyea; Door: wonderful home cooked meal Hildah Bedard, George was served by the Ladies' Ramsdell; Leroes: Agnes Aide of the Bath Church. The Pelletier, Roscoe Noyes. 747-5 had lunch with the Perkins'. Story hour was co/aducted Strawberry Farm Band Ron Welch from California, last week by Sue Rowley. We provided the entertainment. ' who is spending the summer saw a film, "Mole as a At a card party, July 13, at his camp in Lyman, NH., Painter" and heard records ladies prizes went to: high visited his aunt and uncle Mr. and stories, score -- Joyce Bailey, second and Mrs. Guy Labounty Ray Burton, our executive high score -- Ethel Ciough; Sunday, July 12, and attended counsellor had his 10th annual middlescore-- Nellie Hunt. the Extension Homemakers party at his home in Bath. Men: high score -- Burgess Family pienic with them. There were over 250 people Metcalf, second high score -- Mr. and Mrs. Stewart White present including Louis Charles Bailey, middle score and Amanda Bowen of Newbury attended a New England Jersey Breeders Summdr Picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Colby Whiteomb in Belfast, Maine, Saturday, July 11. Afterward they were I I Isabel Whitney 861;-5676 Connecticut river at Sleepers Meadow is too rough for a car to pass over. Men are still working on the railroad bed. Dick and Ginny Swenson spent two days at Old Orchard Beach, Maine. this week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry "Hank" ) Hoyt stayed Monday night at Sleepers Meadow Mrs. Hoyt is the former Elizabeth Sklar, who ' taught at Oxbow in 1979. She and Hank were married on :: July 5 and are making their home in New Jersey On account of the bad condition of the railroad crossing, Dr. and Mrs. Minear have had to make a roun. dabout trip to put their canoe in the river this summer. Their granddaughter. Elisabeth. aged seven, has just arrived from her home in Switzerland to stay three weeks with them. She traveled by herself to Boston. 007 Sylvester has been having a time with his 1377s. He got so confused he had to make out some 2240s. Sylvester HATES making out 2240s. He can never remember his card type, he mixes it up with his blood type and it gets seat back to him. Ka th arine Bla isdeil I 787-6315 conducted the Auxiliary- - meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Arem- burg, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Roland McKean attended the Department Convention in Nashua. They brought back many awards including a trophy for first in Americanism, a plaque and trophy for community ac- tivities. Plans were made for the refreshment stand at the 4- Wheel Drive Pull at the VFW Memorial Field July 18. Collections have been made for Cancer Aid and Research. Of the $2 per member, $117 has been collected. A bill was presented and paid for groceries and soda for the volunteers who searched for the missing boy on Black Mountain. A float, "Our American Heritage, the Right to Worship in the Church of Your Choice" was entered in the Fourth of July Parade. The VFW and Auxiliary marched with their colors in the parade. They, also, marched in the Warren Old Home Day Parade July 11. |: i t i BUSINESS ENTERPRISE---All businesses start out somewhere business is no exception. Andrea Zilch of Bradford (left) and Sue Piermont (formerly England) own and operate "The Painted Moose". undertake jobs such as window washing and will specialty is interior painting. Edgar Rowe in Randolph and called on her sister Mrs. Harold Bowen in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William Dickerson and son Callan Dickerson of Swiftwater, N.H., spent II days over guest speaker was Miss Father's Day with their Janelle Harran from St. daughter and family Mrs. Johnsbury. She showed slides Edward Fox, Gregory and Lee and spoke on her trip to in Grand Island, N.Y. While Denmark and the Netherlands there they attended Greg's through the 4-IFYE Cvan program. The refreshments June i6. followed the theme of the Mr. and Mrs. JameJones program and featured open faced sandwiches, a very common food in Denmark. At the business meeting a donation was made to Ver- mont Children's Aid, also a donation to the Beach Com- mittee for building a per- manent concrete fireplace at the shelter at Ticklenaked Pond. Members were urged to attend the Work Day to clean up and improve the beach area Sunday, July 19. A request was granted that the Fire Department be allowed use of the Grange piano and chairs for the Fiddlers Contest Saturday evening, July 18. Workers are needed at the Pomona Grange Food Booth at Lyndonville Fair, and anyone willing to work may contact Marsha Nelson. Upcoming events include the annual Grange Family Picnic at Pleasant Valley Cam- pground Sunday, July 26, at 1:00. Families are asked to bring their own meat, beverage, and dishes and something for the buffet table. On July 28 Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty will he receiving their 25-year membership certificates at Moesilauke Grange in East Haverhill. Members of Blue Mountain Grange are invited to attend that meeting. August 11 will be the Agricultural meeting, and Moosilauke Grange will visit here at that time. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilds, members of the State Grange Youth Committee, were present and spoke briefly. There were 12 youth members present, and each filled an office for the evening. Mrs. Gene Perkins attended a meeting of the Caledonia County 4-H Foundation Trustees Thursday evening, July 9, at the Extension Office in St. Johnsbury. Mrs. Robert Nelson, Tracy and Jeremy of Lincoln, N.H., were dinner guests Thursday, July 9, of her parents-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson. Twenty-seven members and guests gathered at Pleasant Valley Campground Sunday, July 12, for the Extension Homemakers Family Picnic. Mr. and Mrs. George Randall from Lebanon, Conn., were guests Thursday through Saturday, July 9-11, of his sister and family Mr. and Mrs. James Kinerson and Jack. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Collins, Christopher and Kelly were at the State Grange Center in Brookfield Sunday, July 12, where Kelly modeled her skirt which won second in the State in her division in the National Grange Sewing Contest, She was presented of Northfield, Conn., are camping this week at Pleasant Valley Campground and calling on Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ritchie. Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Murray and daughter Sylvia of Montpelier and his brother and family Mr. and Mrs. Roger Murray and two daughters from Amarillo, Texas, spent a recent af- ternoon with their uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. George Wright from Artesia, N.M., spent a recent overnight with her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ritchie en route to a tour of the Scandinavian countries. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson were supper guests of their granddaughter and husband Mr. and Mrs, Ahmed Hut- chinson of Barre one evening recently at Pleasant Valley Campground, where the Hutchinson's spent a week. Mrs. Edward Fox, Gregory and Lee from Grand Island, N.Y., are here to spend some time with her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Dickerson. Richard Rogers and a friend from Newton, Mass., left for home Tuesday, July 14, after spending a week at his vacation home on the Symes Pond Road. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ritchie spent overnight June 19 in South Portland, Maine and the following day attended the wedding of his grandson Carl Ritchie to Andrea Johnson. Fourteen members of the Trailblazers 4-H Club, with fourteen leaders and guests, rode bicycles about two miles to the home of Kelly Collins Wednesday, July 15, for a cookout and swimming party. Following the meal cer- tificates, seals, and mem- bership pins were given to each member who has completed the year in 4-H. Darren Leonard was an overnight guest Wednesday, July 15, of his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins and Gene Jr. Gordon Perkins spent the same night with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Leonard, Jeffrey, Danny, and Sarah. Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson and their daughter Mary Nelson from Burlington spent July 4-8 at the family cottage in Old Orchard, Maine. NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. Russ Havilland of W. Newbury are the parents of a baby girl, born July 14 at Cottage Hospital and weighing 7 pounds, 12 ounces. Vir George and Cynthia Mr. and Mrs. Lambert and two daughters, Nelson, Jr., of Jennifer and Amy, of St. nounce the Lambert, Quebec, visited their daughter their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson of Lester Wakefield, Sunday. N.Y. to Wolcott C. Buddy (Lester) Wakefield of Mrs. Edith L. Los Angeles, Calif., came to Bradford, and his parents home on Saturday. J. Allen. Marion Batchelder had for Miss Nelson waS i visitors on the weekend Mr. from the St. and Mrs. Daniel Sheehan and Nursing in family of Manchester, Mr. and is employed at Mrs. Harry Lutz of Kittery Inc. in Millbrook, Point, Maine, and Mr. and Mr. Allen Mrs Gordon Hodge of Wild sbury High Hill. On Sunday, they had a tford Regional cookout at the Lutz log cabin School in in Waits River. self-employed Donald Richardson from Bradford. Saudia Arabia has been A mid-August visiting his parents, Erwin planned. and Virginia Richardson, for The parents two weeks. He has now gone to the Valley Washington, D.C. for a short School will be time. bingo table at Lolabelle Hood is Valley Fair from recuperating at Mary Hit- This is an an aual e chcock  Hospital following help raise funds f ery ...... ;, ...... which is a organization. 5. Kyegate --- Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. John McCoy, Bradford, were dinner guests Mrs. Ruth Friday of Mr. and Mrs. house guests Charles Grant. The Grants left of her family. Sunday to spend quite some were Mrs. time at their cottage on Little and Bear Pond in Maine. and Mrs. Mrs. Bernard Doe left Todd, Center Sunday to spend two weeks several times with their son, Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. family, in Washington, D.C. and Mr. and Mrs. Alison Frost, and two Puffer, Wells sons, of Millbury, Mass., spent and Mrs. the weekend with her parents, Monroe, N.H. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Frost. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bone, spent the Needham, Mass. spent the in Maine. weekend at their cottage on Ellsworth Frost the Groton-Ryegate Road. district meeting Mrs. Lucinda Black, Fellows in Esse Westfield, Mass., spent the Sunday. weekend with her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Winnie Frost. Mrs. Frost Bennett, Essex is a surgical patient at the called on Mrs. Mary Hitchcock Clinic in Sunday. Hanover, N.H. She underwent Topsham,,, The Emerson Family held a death this reunion at the ballfield in E. family was in Corinth on Sunday. Following Saturday to lunch baseball games were funeral. enjoyed. Many from Mrs. Marjorie McKay was the flea in Newport this past weekend on Thursday. visiting her brother and wife, Mrs. Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mit- family attended chell. While there she at-of her tended the last church service Southwick, Mass., to be conducted by Rev. week. James McIntyre as pastor of the Newport Congregation. Dr. and Mrs. T.M. Taylor were in E. Craftsbury on HackeU Sunday to help with the 75th anniversary of the founding of On July 15, the United Presbyterian Homestead on Church in that community, was sold to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miles Peoggia of and daughter are visiting at who will take the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sept. 1. Miles. Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Alton Ester, Smith and Schenectady, N.Y., are Moore and visiting at the home of Mrs. Indiana Olive Powers. Hackett Mr. and Mrs. Vergil Welch ternoon. visited at the home of Mrs. Other Ivalou Welch on Thursday nesday were evening. Edward Peter Arnold has been evening, Mr. entertaining friends this past Bedell. week. They held a work bee to Mrs. Elsie build a garage. Sunda' Mrs. John Claflin has Mrs. Tom returned from a trip to of Edna Wisconsin. She was ac- evening. companied by her mother, Herbert Mrs. June Spooner and sister haying on "Becky." Tuesday. Mrs. Eleanor Martin, E. Mr. and Corinth visited at the home of Hacker of Mrs. Mildred Fox on Friday their sister evening. Friday. The sympathy of the Mr. and Mrs. ( community is extended to and daughter s' Mrs. Helen Frost in her Conn., were sister's, Mrs. Rose Durkee, Camp on vacati supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Walker, Jeffrey and Janet in Hampden, Maine A week of Vacation Bible School was held at the So. Ryegate United Presbyterian Church July 6-10 for children from the three Ryegate communities. Several of the children from Ryegate Corner provided special music at the morning church service here Sunday, July 12, singing a number of the songs which they had learned. Blue Mountain Grange No. 263 held their regular meeting Tuesday evening, July 14, with 25 members, 2 guests, 6 children, 2 visitors from Green Mountain Grange in St. Johnsbury, and 2 visitors from Riverside Grange present. It was Youth Night, and the with a prize--an electric corn popper. Holly Schnettini of ,South Ryegate placed third in the State in her division of the Sewing Contest and was awarded an Electric Broom. Miss Betty-Vi Langmaid and her mother Mrs. Irving Langmaid of Lyndonville were callers Sunday, July 12, of Mr. Wellington Lee. He played an Intermezzo by Brahms for them on the piano. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson were overnight guests Mon- day, July 6, of her nephew and niece Nelson Bowen and Mrs. II ,,, Nancy Perkins Bradford I 584-11