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N July 28, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 Obituaries-00-00 20 Wins, wo Losses in the the winner's Piermont hit four to beat the Lyme The team was led Kimball's two tnd 5 RBI's giving in three had a the park With Scott Robie over the fence in in the finals of division, Pier- game win streak by Wentworth game was fight the final . Piermont came the last two runs of but it was not had won two losers bracket was the next op- of the seventh, a 7-2 lead and strong. Lyme scored six in the seventh to go ahead and another three in the eighth for an 11-7 win. Double plays in the second, fourth, and seventh as well, Lyme defensive play held off Piermont's offense that had averaged 16 runs over the season. The losses left Piermont with a third place trophy and the best overall record when season and playoffs are combined at 20-3. Thanks to each of the players. The daring of your running, hitting exploits, and defensive skill have given us more entertainment than we had ever hoped. Our best to you in All Star and further tournament play. Historical Society The Piermont Historical Society will have an open house above the Library on July 31 between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. Old photographs are featured as well as items in the permanent collection. Several new items have been daughter of 11:30 until 2:00. Whipple returned House will serve tea and trip to Santa cookies from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. sited her Hot dogs and hamburgers will The ticket for the be sold on the Common. gift to There will be two slide presentations of "Wentworth Mrs. David family are home BRADFORD vacationing in . Mrs. Hudson Richey, Fl., Vogel of HudSon, N.Y., Rockledge this Students on the honor roll at High School Stephen na Jackson, Joe and Julie N.Y., and Mr. Lewis of parents of Mrs. Were visitors this M.S. Jump-a- sters were since collected $250. team consisted Keefe, Katie Cum- PUBLIC NOTICE for $25 or , August the Went- The occasion Market Day, the Wentworth will be produce of the products of treasures of and the future. 12:00 noon, will be at Pauline Later Hobson buffet from AUCTI()N 439-5547 Noll with two and one hiked up in the ov6r the Weekend. This running t day's end the shower for and Betty the Corinth Night July and from Bradford, surrounding Raymond and Betty Chapman of St. Petersburg, Fla., have been house guests of Roger and Jessie Gilman for the past two weeks. While here, they have visited old friends and haunts in Lit- tleton, N.H., and spent a day with the Gilmans in Maine. They will return by way of Washington, D.C., where they will visit another friend on their way home. Roger and Jessie Gilman were hosts of a dinner for Raymond and Betty Chapman of St. Petersburg, Fla.; Ron and MaryAnn Gilman and son, Scott of E. Corinth and Ray and Carol Gilman and danghtqi;, Jenny, of Newbury. Friends and family are the best company. WOODSVIILE United Methodist Church The United Methodist Women held their annual Fair and Supper on July 15 with good patronage. A variety of homemade gifts were displayed as well as food and candy. Baked beans and several hot dishes were en- joyed at the supper. Queen Candidates-- N. Haverhill Fair Mary Horne, a 15-year old sophomore at Woedsville, is one of the five who are vying for queen of the North Hayerhill Fair this year. She has been a cheerleader and a member of FHA. Her interests are basketball, soccer, Bear Ridge racing, math, science, and Home Ee0nomics. Miss Horne is also Youth Chairman for the Moosilauke Grange. Eighteen-year old Janet Lackie lives in N. Haverhill and is the daughter of Los and Marcia Lackie. She has three brothers and one sister. She is an '81 graduate of Woodsville High School and is employed on her parents' farm. Her hobbies are swimming, snowmobiling, and biking. A junior at Oxbow, Rose Ann Oliver, of Newbury, is a travel and softball enthusiast. She has played softball for several years in both the elementary grades and in high school. Last year she was captain of the JV Cheerleaders. She is a four year participant in 4-H and she attended the Eastern States Exposition in Washington, D.C. In the community, she has assisted AUCTI()N cousins McLam, and Karen cousin, Judy for News n, son Larry Wife Cynthia orcycles to Messina 'of town and son WEIA00 RIVER Betty Rinehart of Sandusky, Ohio recently returned to her home after spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.'Otis Guay. W. FAIRLEE Long Trail Journey Remember the item last of Riverton week on the Southworth - Cray Hackett Hill - Gibeau - Comstock Family? where they This is more on their vacation the scat-adventures. Malcolm and of the late Brian Comstock started early who had 25 years on who has the Central returned Y. and Annick in his for ." everything here on the Thursday morning on another leg of their journey on the Long Trail. They Idt their car at Hazen's Notch and began their 25 mile trek to the Canadian border. In 1979, Malcolm and Brian started north from Rutland and set themselves a portion to cover tluring each summer vacation. They now have 25 miles to complete and plan to do that next year. Late in the day on Friday, Bonnie Cray and Sue Corn- Rob Elder 272-4953 added, which can be seen at this time. Babe Ruth Cameron Prest became the first Piermont player in some time to join an area Babe Ruth League team by playing for Woodsville. Cameron, in his first year, was the starting shortstop on a team that went 6-1-1 in the regular season. They won their first playoff game against Thetford 10-2 but lost in the championship to Bradford 10-5. Hopefully more players can take advantage of such opportunities in the future. Social News Alice Godfrey was given a birthday party July 18 by her son, Wayne, of Piermont. Sons Raymond Godfrey from Burlington, Welton Johnson from Bradford, and many other friends and relatives from the surrounding area attended. Special music was provided by her stepson from Shoreham. Vt. Marcella Hoffmann 764-5795 in the early 1900's" shown in the firehouse at 1:00 and again at 2:00 p.m. Booth space is available and those interested should contact Ginny Gore at the Post Office (764-9444). Virginia Bedell i 439-5720 Roger Gilman is enjoying a vacation from his em- ployment at Blake's Chevrolet this week. Huntington Visits James Huntington of Lakeworth, Fla., spent a week visiting with his mother, Wanda Champagne, Main St., Bradford, before leaving on a three month tour of the Far East. A custom routed itinerary Jimmy from New York to San Francisco, on to tours of Hawaii, Japan, Manila, Singapore, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Philippines, Thailand, and ending with a two weeks stay in Zurich, Switzerland before returning home to Palm Beach. Rhoda Hyde Rhoda Hyde feted at 90th birthday N. THETFORD-- Miss Rhoda Hyde of N. Thetford was honored by family and friends at a surprise party marking her 90th birthday Saturday afternoon, July 24, at the home of her grandniece and husband, Rebecca and Stephen Gardner, on Thetford Hill. Arriving at the Gardners, Miss Hyde expected to see a new foal, but instead found three generations of family members and friends of many years waiting to greet her. Throughout the afternoon, about 65 came to bring best wishes. Included were 11 women with whom Miss Hyde had been associated during her 23 years as Home Demonstration agent in Franklin County and six friends from there. Also present were great Beth Nelson nieces and nephew with their 75%3429 children from Bradford and Massachusetts and New the Connecticut Valley Ladies Hampshire. A neice, Mary Auxiliary with fundraising Hyde Craig, came from projects. Rose Ann's interests Evergreen, Colo., and a include sewing, cooking, nephew, Robert Hyde from music, dancing, Manchester, Me. She was horn in North Hero, July 27, 1892 and spent part of her childhood in Mexico where her N. HAVERHH00 Shirley and Berk Nichol and children visited her mother, Mary Bigelow, for a week. Dick, Inka and Cory McDanolds went to Newport, N.H. on Sunday, July 18 to attend the fiftieth wedding anniversary party for her sister and husband, Aune and William Leeman. Erville and Scottie Smith of Concord visited relatives in town and enjoyed a family cookout at his brother NeWs. They and Polly also visited the restored Simon Pearce Glass Works at Quechee. Laurence, Eola, Polly, Nell and Avis Smith were in Auburn, N.H. on Friday evening to attend the 25th wedding anniversary party for Nell's son and wife, Norman and Carol. snowmobiling, and sunsets over the water. She plans either to attend a business school or make a career in the military. Kim Marie Hunt is 20 years old and a resident of N. Haverhill. Wendy May Clark, the daughter of Mr. Forrest Sidney Clark and Betty May Irwin will be senior this fall, Wendy has played basketball and softball and was a member of the French Club. Last year she tried out as Boys Varsity manager. Miss Clark's hobbies are painting, knitting, ceramics and em- broidery. News Briefs The Frank Parkers with their children have notified his parents, Pastor and Mrs. Albert Parker, that they arrived safely at Belem. Rachel and Joel will be at the Mission School for New Tribes and Frank and Joan will return to the village. Alice Girouard spent a few Helen Rice was in Hanover days in Keene visiting her new one day recently, granddaughter Meghan and Several from town attended the concert by the group "Son parents, Mike and Peggy Girouard. Touched" from Houghton Bruce and Travis Anderson College at the Benton Bible hiked the Appalachian Trail Chapel on July 22. "Highest from Hanover to Glencliff, Praise," an album produced taking nearly four days. by this group, was featured Enroute they camped with during the past week on the other hikers, some of whom WYKR daily devotional, were hiking the entire trail Songs included traditional and from Maine to Georgia, and a contemporary hymns, second group going from Georgia to Maine. Weekend callers on Maynard and Ida Demers were his sister, Rosalie Cleaves of Norwood, Mass., her son James and wife Shirley Cleaves. Rosalie will stay and visit for a few days. Gladys Gilman, Gertrude Brooks, and Gayle, Becky and Karen Keniston attended a meeting of the Piermont Historical Society on Friday night. The program was on their ancestors, the Rodimons, and was largely prepared by Gladys. Off July 19, sixteen mem- bers and guests of Haverhill AARP found the coolest spot in the area -- the Cold Regions Labs in Hanover. This con- veniently came during our hottest weather, but it was so cold inside that they had to wear winter jackets. Maud and Clark Van Norden of Thetford Center took Miriam Lane to Massachusetts on Friday, July 16 to spend a week with her daughter, Theda Wright in Millbury. On Saturday the 8 Sanborns and 46 other Beth Nelson i i. 757-3429 On July II, the Otis Guays of town and Betty Rinehart, Sandusky, Ohio, attended the birthday party for Kevin Van Norden in Woodsville. Barbara Sumner 333-4477 stock, Malcolm's niece and wife, with his two girls picked up the hikers in North Troy to carry them back to their car at Hazen's Notch. This made a nice trip for all of the girls and they truly enjoyed our beautiful northern Vermont. Jim Barber is a patient at Alice Peck Day Hospital. Ruth Southworth spent Sunday afternoon with Jim's wife Gertrude, and took her to the hospital where both ladies visited him. QUOTE "Farming is a continuing miracle wrought by the hand of God." Benjamin Franklin Mrs. Esther Johnson FAIRLEE 333-9704 The congregation at the Program in Vergennes. His Federated Church, Swnday, friends will all be rooting for July 18, had a treat in the form him. of special music from Camp Mrs. Charles (Jonilee) Dow Lanakila, a soloist and and daughters Christine and violinist, with Mr. Robert Elizabeth, of Casper, Wyo., Love at the organ, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Sue (Slack) Stiteler, Lange Tuesday, July 13. They Scarlet and Eric k, of are spending some time Honolulu, Hawaii, are visiting visiting friends and relatives at the home of her parents, in thearea. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Slack and Dennis Fuchs was the guest relatives for the summer, of honor at a belated birthday arriving on July I0. M-Sgt. party at his home on Fairview Frederick Stiteler will arrive St. Dennis is now four years the last of July for a visit and old. will then go to Ohio in August The summer bazaar, for schooling at Wright Pat- sponsored by the Community terson AFB. The family will Circle of the Federated also visit his parents, Mr. and Church, will be held Saturday, Mrs. FrederickStiteler, Jr.,in July 31, on the church com- Westfield, Mass. They will mon. Come and browse return to Hickam AFB on Aug. through looks, antiques, 31. plants, and crafts. Mrs. Gordon Edwards, of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel White River Jct., and her Hayward and children daughter and four children, of Elizabeth and Chip, of Amherst, Mass., visited at the Louisville, Ky., have been Merlin Slack home on visiting friends and family in Fairlee. Tuesday. Irene LaRocheole, Geraldine Chapman, and their brother, Richard Marsha, formerly of Barre, are now renting the former Mrs. Ellen Dent residence. Miss Laura Bagley has finished her studies at the O'Brien School of Cosmotology in Burlington and is at her home here. Historical Society The Fairlee Historical father was a doctor. Upon her Society met at the town hall on retirement from Extension Tues., July 13. The program work she moved Dec. 27, 1958, was an interesting one-a to N. Thetford, leaving St. workshop to identify photos Albans in -35 degree weather, donated to the Society. From 1959 to 1971 she worked Softball in the office at Camp Quin- Allen Avery, coach of the nibec on Lake Fairleo. For ten softball team sponsored by the years she was a volunteer at Lake Morey Country Club, the Veterans Hospital in White reported a season of 11 wins River, retiring at85. and seven losses. The team She lives by herself, finished in 4th place and took maintaining a large house, part in a tournament in Lyme vegetable garden and a flower on July 17. garden which is a joy to the Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bradley, whole village. Arts and crafts children Robin and Robbie, such as sewing, stencilling, and Sue Couillard have weaving and needlework have returned from a vacation trip always played a part of her to Hersey, Pa., Lancaster, life and in recent years she Pa.,andNiantic, Conn. has learned rug hooking, Community Circle taking a course in advanced The Community Circle met shading to further her skills at the home of Mrs. Karl SECRETARY WANTED-- To work in program for mentally retarded _people. Good typing and clerical skills essentml. Must be able to work in community. Experience preferred. Contact David Jensen. 802- 222-4706. 2T--8-4--C DEPENDABLE CAR- PENTRY, building & remodeling. Painting, wallpapering, plus dry wail, roOhng & repmr work. Free Estimates. Bob -- 802-785- 4665. 4T----8-18---PD DO( BOARDING -- Reasonable rates, personal care, heated kennel, in- dividual runs, stereo music, hours by appointment. Gisela Clogston, West Corinth, 802-439-6261. 8T--9- 15--C WANTED-- Second-hand windows for a camp plus 1 outside door. Samuel Magoon. 802-439-5767. IT--7- 28--PD FOR RENT-- Two Offices. just this summer. Johnson's, Wednesday (I) two roOms w-bath; (2) When asked the secret of her evening, July 13. Summer three rooms w-bath; heat longevity she laughingly projects were discussed. The and electricity included; replied, "Hard work!" next meeting will be at Mrs. first floor, newly remodeled ; carpeted; Rt. 5, Newbury Genetics must also have Irene Gulley's in October. Village -- Call 802-866-5951. played a part, for her great- Ricky Slooum left Tuesday 2T--8-4--C grandmother Hunt lived to he for the Job Corp. Training 100. On the other end of the scale, a great-great nephew from California wrote for her memory book that he'd been seven when he met her, was now 13 and hoped to be 90! Katharine Blaisdell 787-6315 relatives met at the home of Maribelle and Floyd Henos in Franklin, Mass. for a Sanborn reunion. Miriam spent a week at Theda's, then Marshall and Ruth Sanborn and Theda brought her home and they all attended another family gathering in Woedsville. QUOTE "Advice is least heeded when most needed." English Proverb STATE OF 1110NT OIUUIM COUNTY, S.S. IIUDF(ID NAlrIIONAL IAI vs ISMlS IIESTAIIMff, INC., MINlrA SAWYII  NSOTIff AIIMIISON, GIIANAa I!. ILNU, UB IL II/aIKNI AND IIUTII IL BAIT011, AND NIT/NAMP. mull IqllllllS, INC. By virtue ond in ex,'tim of the Powu of Sale cmt.'ned in o certn mortpge vm by Arthur A. Greer, Ltd. to tho Bmdfd Natiomll Bonk  January 30, 1976 and recorded in Book 45 and Page 580 of fhe Land Kob of the Town of "Mfonl, Vwmont, of whkh mortm the ueril is the Imn4mt hol, for bream of the conditions of mid mo and for .the write of fomclosing-'m mmo, ttm pmiw= describnd in nlgage will be sold at INic auction at I000 n'k =.m. on th,  day of August, 1982 On the Subject premises at hde.: Vormor. Said Im;m orl All md the  lnd nnd l-'mis t.oth with buildinl and improvements ther that were conveyed to Arthur A. e, ud. by Omrles O. and Ruth R. Barton by W erranty fiend dM Jmuory 30, 1976 and r.ordnd in BoOk 45 Page 577, of the Bradford Land Rords. Boing '*' .at  ,m, wh prnm,?r =so deplctnd on = srveV ln entitled Plan of Land in Brndford, Ver- morn, Surveyed by Fred E. Dwinell, .igr4m, 197.5, Seato 1"=.10' ". Sold premisos llll be sokl SdbjKt to all unpaid raul estato taxes or other Imm of the Tcm of Srodfl, Vermont. 1 imrcho, t tl tim of mk { pay in cash or cwfirl sums $10,000.00, I, of tl purdmo price to M within z=n (10) days of the mb date. terms to be annauncnd at the sale or mqum at Barber bs, tmv, Hew mpshir,. MAOfOND IMIIOILM S/dIE by, Laurette Swmt Sealer te Offk, tl, Ire= I-V- I I I I TOWN OF TOPSHAM 1982 PROPERTY TAXES Last day of 4% Discount July 31, 1982 must be postmarked on or before July 31, 1982. Town office open Saturday, July 31 from 9 AM to 12 Noon. I II I I INVESTIGATE SOCIAL WORK AS A CAREER 00are what is happening to people' Wondering if you can make a riving in the human services field' INFORMATION SESSIONS oe4areers in Social Wk Thursday, July 29 4-6 p.m. Mental Health Services of Southeastern Vermont 7 Maln St. Springfield, Vt. 1-2:30 p.m. Building 1 VA Hospital White River Junction, Vt. sPONSoRED BY: Adelphi-Vermont Social Work Program (802) 863-5731 offering an extension program in Clarence Davis, 71, dies after illness BRADFORD-- Clarence M. "Chug" Davis, 71, of Bradford died Saturday, July 24 at the Veterans Administration Center Hospital in White River Jct., after a long illness. He was horn in Bradford July 7, 1911 the son of Vernon and Georgianna (Prescott) Davis. He was educated in the Bradford schools system and graduated from Bradford Academy in the Class of 1929. After his graduation he moved to Bellows Falls, Vermont and worked for Jones and Lamson Machine Company in Springfield, Vt. In 1942 he entered the United States Army and was honorably discharged Jan. 4, 1946. After his discharge he returned to Bradford where he was a self employed photographer and painter. He was a member of the Bradford American Legion Post 20, Bradford; VFW Post in Fairlee, Vt.; a former commander of the Bradford American Legion Post 20; member of the United Church of Christ and the Bradford Pistol and Rifle Club; a member of the National Rifle Association; and a former member of the Bradford Lions Club. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. E[wyn (Josephine) Carleton and Mrs. Emily Bigelow of Bradford; several nieces and nephews. One brother, Henry Davis, predeceased him in 1969. He had made his home with his sister and her husband, Elwyn and Josephine Carleton, of Bradford for the past ten years. Funeral services were held Monday, July 26, at the Hale Funeral Home in Bradford with the Rev. John Knight officiating. Interment will take place in the family lot in Sawyer Cemetery Bradford. The Hale Funeral Home of Bradord is in charge of arrangements. George Wakefield dies LAKELAND, FLA.-- George with Rev. Dr. Jack L. Danieis, M. Wakefield, 80, of Lakeland, Fla., died Sunday, July 25 at the Alice Peck Day Extended Care Facility in Lebanon, N.H. He was born in Manchester, N.H., June 21, 1902 the son of George H. and Mary E. (Hardy) Wakefield. He attended schools in Lunenburg, Mass. and graduated from Northeastern University, Boston, Mass. After his graduation he went to work for the DuPont Company where he worked for over 40 years retiring in 1964. After his retirement, they made their home in Lakeland, Fla. In 1932 he married Mary Robertson who died in 1980. He was a member of the C.W. Moore Masonic Lodge Fit- chburg, Mass., and the First Presbyterian Church, Lakeland, Fla. He is survived by one brother Lester Wakefield o Bradford; one niece Mrs. Cynthia Lambert of Montreal, Canada; two nephews Ellsworth Wakefield, Jr. of E. Hanover, N.J. and Lester Wakefield, Jr. of Los Angeles, Calif. Funeral services will be held this Wednesday (today) evening at 7:00 p.m. at the Hale Funeral Home in Bradford, Vt., with Pastor Bill Wick officiating. Interment and graveside committal services will be held Thursday, July 29, at 2:00 p.m. in the Spring Grove Cemetery, Andover, Mass. Jr. officiating. Donations in his memory may be made to the Alice Peck Day Extended Care Facility, Lebanon, N.H. The Hale Funeral Home of Bradford, Vt. is in charge of arrangements. Wall,; GHff00 former!00 of l00radford BRADFORD-- Wally" H. Griffin, 82 formerly of South Road in Bradford, Vt. died July 19, 1982 in Philadelphia, Pa. She and her husband, the late Leslie C. Griffin lived for several years on South Road in Bradford. She is survived by her sister Kathe H. Hall of Springfield, Pa. and a nephew Ronnie Hall of New York City, N.Y. Services were private. The Hale Funeral Home of Bradford was in charge of arrangements. COMMUNITY . HEALTH SERVICES FAIRLEE-- A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the Fairlee Town Hall on Wednesday, August 11 from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. The nurse will be checking for glaucoma, hypertension, and will be checking weight. SATURDAY, JULY 31 -- At the Knight Farm, Keene, N.H. Selling 400 head of Holsteins and all farm machinery. Starts at 9:30 A.M. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4 -- for the West Hartford Community Group at the West Hartford Library in West Hartford, Vt. starting at 5:30 P.M: Selling merchandise of all kinds. THURSDAY, AUGUST 5 -- to settle the Estate of the late Harold W. Haskins, Main St., Bradford, Vt. Selling furniture, antiques and tools. Starts at 9:30 A.M. THURSDAY, AUGUST 12 -- at the Methodist Church in White River Jct., Vt, Starts at 5:30 P,M. Selling merchandise of all kinds. SATURDAY, AUGUST 14 -- at Gray's Field on Route r 5, Fairlee, Vt. Selling machinery, tractors, autos and trucks. Starts at 9:00 A.M. Please bring all items to be sold on Friday, August 13. C.W. Gray & Sons, Inc. Anctloneers East Thetford, Vt. Tel. 785-4348 or 785-2151 I I I I III Illllllll I I I AUCTION To settle the Estate Of the late Harold W. Haskins, Incated on Main Street, Bradford, Vt. Village. THURSDAY, AUGUST STARTING AT 9:30 A.M. FURNITURE--ANTIQUES--TOOI Kenmore washer, Kenmore dryer, refrigerators, freezer, maple dining room table w- 5 chairs, Empire chest, 2 stencilled beds, mirror, stencilled Hitchcock chair, night stands, bureaus, pictures, chairs, small dresser, comb. elec. & oil stove, lamps, humidifier, radio, cabinet record player & radio, small appliances, brass candle sticks, sewing machine, thumb back chairs, dishes, couch & chair, small round table, swivel chair, floor lamp, desk, maple stand, Banjo clock, eagle mirror, leather top coffee table, maple bed, bureau, stand & mirror; globe, bookcase, civil war framed document, kitchen table, old corduroy dic- tionary, maple bed, dressing table, sled, clock, rockers, lawn chairs, cane seat chair, aluminum , ladder, wheelbarrow, power lawn mower, hand tools, = [l ladders, traverse, snow shoes, chest, fireplace screen, 1 i and much much more. I I This is only a I)artial list. l l 1973 Chevrolet Nova " I I TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK i LUNCH ON GROUNDS I r ! EXECUTOR: EARL E. HASKINS I I AUCTIONEERS: I I C.W. GRAY &SONS, INC. I ! EAST THETFORD, VT. I I 7s OR 7m.2t I I II I I II II I - I IIIII I IIIII III I I N July 28, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 Obituaries-00-00 20 Wins, wo Losses in the the winner's Piermont hit four to beat the Lyme The team was led Kimball's two tnd 5 RBI's giving in three had a the park With Scott Robie over the fence in in the finals of division, Pier- game win streak by Wentworth game was fight the final . Piermont came the last two runs of but it was not had won two losers bracket was the next op- of the seventh, a 7-2 lead and strong. Lyme scored six in the seventh to go ahead and another three in the eighth for an 11-7 win. Double plays in the second, fourth, and seventh as well, Lyme defensive play held off Piermont's offense that had averaged 16 runs over the season. The losses left Piermont with a third place trophy and the best overall record when season and playoffs are combined at 20-3. Thanks to each of the players. The daring of your running, hitting exploits, and defensive skill have given us more entertainment than we had ever hoped. Our best to you in All Star and further tournament play. Historical Society The Piermont Historical Society will have an open house above the Library on July 31 between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. Old photographs are featured as well as items in the permanent collection. Several new items have been daughter of 11:30 until 2:00. Whipple returned House will serve tea and trip to Santa cookies from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. sited her Hot dogs and hamburgers will The ticket for the be sold on the Common. gift to There will be two slide presentations of "Wentworth Mrs. David family are home BRADFORD vacationing in . Mrs. Hudson Richey, Fl., Vogel of HudSon, N.Y., Rockledge this Students on the honor roll at High School Stephen na Jackson, Joe and Julie N.Y., and Mr. Lewis of parents of Mrs. Were visitors this M.S. Jump-a- sters were since collected $250. team consisted Keefe, Katie Cum- PUBLIC NOTICE for $25 or , August the Went- The occasion Market Day, the Wentworth will be produce of the products of treasures of and the future. 12:00 noon, will be at Pauline Later Hobson buffet from AUCTI()N 439-5547 Noll with two and one hiked up in the ov6r the Weekend. This running t day's end the shower for and Betty the Corinth Night July and from Bradford, surrounding Raymond and Betty Chapman of St. Petersburg, Fla., have been house guests of Roger and Jessie Gilman for the past two weeks. While here, they have visited old friends and haunts in Lit- tleton, N.H., and spent a day with the Gilmans in Maine. They will return by way of Washington, D.C., where they will visit another friend on their way home. Roger and Jessie Gilman were hosts of a dinner for Raymond and Betty Chapman of St. Petersburg, Fla.; Ron and MaryAnn Gilman and son, Scott of E. Corinth and Ray and Carol Gilman and danghtqi;, Jenny, of Newbury. Friends and family are the best company. WOODSVIILE United Methodist Church The United Methodist Women held their annual Fair and Supper on July 15 with good patronage. A variety of homemade gifts were displayed as well as food and candy. Baked beans and several hot dishes were en- joyed at the supper. Queen Candidates-- N. Haverhill Fair Mary Horne, a 15-year old sophomore at Woedsville, is one of the five who are vying for queen of the North Hayerhill Fair this year. She has been a cheerleader and a member of FHA. Her interests are basketball, soccer, Bear Ridge racing, math, science, and Home Ee0nomics. Miss Horne is also Youth Chairman for the Moosilauke Grange. Eighteen-year old Janet Lackie lives in N. Haverhill and is the daughter of Los and Marcia Lackie. She has three brothers and one sister. She is an '81 graduate of Woodsville High School and is employed on her parents' farm. Her hobbies are swimming, snowmobiling, and biking. A junior at Oxbow, Rose Ann Oliver, of Newbury, is a travel and softball enthusiast. She has played softball for several years in both the elementary grades and in high school. Last year she was captain of the JV Cheerleaders. She is a four year participant in 4-H and she attended the Eastern States Exposition in Washington, D.C. In the community, she has assisted AUCTI()N cousins McLam, and Karen cousin, Judy for News n, son Larry Wife Cynthia orcycles to Messina 'of town and son WEIA00 RIVER Betty Rinehart of Sandusky, Ohio recently returned to her home after spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.'Otis Guay. W. FAIRLEE Long Trail Journey Remember the item last of Riverton week on the Southworth - Cray Hackett Hill - Gibeau - Comstock Family? where they This is more on their vacation the scat-adventures. Malcolm and of the late Brian Comstock started early who had 25 years on who has the Central returned Y. and Annick in his for ." everything here on the Thursday morning on another leg of their journey on the Long Trail. They Idt their car at Hazen's Notch and began their 25 mile trek to the Canadian border. In 1979, Malcolm and Brian started north from Rutland and set themselves a portion to cover tluring each summer vacation. They now have 25 miles to complete and plan to do that next year. Late in the day on Friday, Bonnie Cray and Sue Corn- Rob Elder 272-4953 added, which can be seen at this time. Babe Ruth Cameron Prest became the first Piermont player in some time to join an area Babe Ruth League team by playing for Woodsville. Cameron, in his first year, was the starting shortstop on a team that went 6-1-1 in the regular season. They won their first playoff game against Thetford 10-2 but lost in the championship to Bradford 10-5. Hopefully more players can take advantage of such opportunities in the future. Social News Alice Godfrey was given a birthday party July 18 by her son, Wayne, of Piermont. Sons Raymond Godfrey from Burlington, Welton Johnson from Bradford, and many other friends and relatives from the surrounding area attended. Special music was provided by her stepson from Shoreham. Vt. Marcella Hoffmann 764-5795 in the early 1900's" shown in the firehouse at 1:00 and again at 2:00 p.m. Booth space is available and those interested should contact Ginny Gore at the Post Office (764-9444). Virginia Bedell i 439-5720 Roger Gilman is enjoying a vacation from his em- ployment at Blake's Chevrolet this week. Huntington Visits James Huntington of Lakeworth, Fla., spent a week visiting with his mother, Wanda Champagne, Main St., Bradford, before leaving on a three month tour of the Far East. A custom routed itinerary Jimmy from New York to San Francisco, on to tours of Hawaii, Japan, Manila, Singapore, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Philippines, Thailand, and ending with a two weeks stay in Zurich, Switzerland before returning home to Palm Beach. Rhoda Hyde Rhoda Hyde feted at 90th birthday N. THETFORD-- Miss Rhoda Hyde of N. Thetford was honored by family and friends at a surprise party marking her 90th birthday Saturday afternoon, July 24, at the home of her grandniece and husband, Rebecca and Stephen Gardner, on Thetford Hill. Arriving at the Gardners, Miss Hyde expected to see a new foal, but instead found three generations of family members and friends of many years waiting to greet her. Throughout the afternoon, about 65 came to bring best wishes. Included were 11 women with whom Miss Hyde had been associated during her 23 years as Home Demonstration agent in Franklin County and six friends from there. Also present were great Beth Nelson nieces and nephew with their 75%3429 children from Bradford and Massachusetts and New the Connecticut Valley Ladies Hampshire. A neice, Mary Auxiliary with fundraising Hyde Craig, came from projects. Rose Ann's interests Evergreen, Colo., and a include sewing, cooking, nephew, Robert Hyde from music, dancing, Manchester, Me. She was horn in North Hero, July 27, 1892 and spent part of her childhood in Mexico where her N. HAVERHH00 Shirley and Berk Nichol and children visited her mother, Mary Bigelow, for a week. Dick, Inka and Cory McDanolds went to Newport, N.H. on Sunday, July 18 to attend the fiftieth wedding anniversary party for her sister and husband, Aune and William Leeman. Erville and Scottie Smith of Concord visited relatives in town and enjoyed a family cookout at his brother NeWs. They and Polly also visited the restored Simon Pearce Glass Works at Quechee. Laurence, Eola, Polly, Nell and Avis Smith were in Auburn, N.H. on Friday evening to attend the 25th wedding anniversary party for Nell's son and wife, Norman and Carol. snowmobiling, and sunsets over the water. She plans either to attend a business school or make a career in the military. Kim Marie Hunt is 20 years old and a resident of N. Haverhill. Wendy May Clark, the daughter of Mr. Forrest Sidney Clark and Betty May Irwin will be senior this fall, Wendy has played basketball and softball and was a member of the French Club. Last year she tried out as Boys Varsity manager. Miss Clark's hobbies are painting, knitting, ceramics and em- broidery. News Briefs The Frank Parkers with their children have notified his parents, Pastor and Mrs. Albert Parker, that they arrived safely at Belem. Rachel and Joel will be at the Mission School for New Tribes and Frank and Joan will return to the village. Alice Girouard spent a few Helen Rice was in Hanover days in Keene visiting her new one day recently, granddaughter Meghan and Several from town attended the concert by the group "Son parents, Mike and Peggy Girouard. Touched" from Houghton Bruce and Travis Anderson College at the Benton Bible hiked the Appalachian Trail Chapel on July 22. "Highest from Hanover to Glencliff, Praise," an album produced taking nearly four days. by this group, was featured Enroute they camped with during the past week on the other hikers, some of whom WYKR daily devotional, were hiking the entire trail Songs included traditional and from Maine to Georgia, and a contemporary hymns, second group going from Georgia to Maine. Weekend callers on Maynard and Ida Demers were his sister, Rosalie Cleaves of Norwood, Mass., her son James and wife Shirley Cleaves. Rosalie will stay and visit for a few days. Gladys Gilman, Gertrude Brooks, and Gayle, Becky and Karen Keniston attended a meeting of the Piermont Historical Society on Friday night. The program was on their ancestors, the Rodimons, and was largely prepared by Gladys. Off July 19, sixteen mem- bers and guests of Haverhill AARP found the coolest spot in the area -- the Cold Regions Labs in Hanover. This con- veniently came during our hottest weather, but it was so cold inside that they had to wear winter jackets. Maud and Clark Van Norden of Thetford Center took Miriam Lane to Massachusetts on Friday, July 16 to spend a week with her daughter, Theda Wright in Millbury. On Saturday the 8 Sanborns and 46 other Beth Nelson i i. 757-3429 On July II, the Otis Guays of town and Betty Rinehart, Sandusky, Ohio, attended the birthday party for Kevin Van Norden in Woodsville. Barbara Sumner 333-4477 stock, Malcolm's niece and wife, with his two girls picked up the hikers in North Troy to carry them back to their car at Hazen's Notch. This made a nice trip for all of the girls and they truly enjoyed our beautiful northern Vermont. Jim Barber is a patient at Alice Peck Day Hospital. Ruth Southworth spent Sunday afternoon with Jim's wife Gertrude, and took her to the hospital where both ladies visited him. QUOTE "Farming is a continuing miracle wrought by the hand of God." Benjamin Franklin Mrs. Esther Johnson FAIRLEE 333-9704 The congregation at the Program in Vergennes. His Federated Church, Swnday, friends will all be rooting for July 18, had a treat in the form him. of special music from Camp Mrs. Charles (Jonilee) Dow Lanakila, a soloist and and daughters Christine and violinist, with Mr. Robert Elizabeth, of Casper, Wyo., Love at the organ, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Sue (Slack) Stiteler, Lange Tuesday, July 13. They Scarlet and Eric k, of are spending some time Honolulu, Hawaii, are visiting visiting friends and relatives at the home of her parents, in thearea. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Slack and Dennis Fuchs was the guest relatives for the summer, of honor at a belated birthday arriving on July I0. M-Sgt. party at his home on Fairview Frederick Stiteler will arrive St. Dennis is now four years the last of July for a visit and old. will then go to Ohio in August The summer bazaar, for schooling at Wright Pat- sponsored by the Community terson AFB. The family will Circle of the Federated also visit his parents, Mr. and Church, will be held Saturday, Mrs. FrederickStiteler, Jr.,in July 31, on the church com- Westfield, Mass. They will mon. Come and browse return to Hickam AFB on Aug. through looks, antiques, 31. plants, and crafts. Mrs. Gordon Edwards, of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel White River Jct., and her Hayward and children daughter and four children, of Elizabeth and Chip, of Amherst, Mass., visited at the Louisville, Ky., have been Merlin Slack home on visiting friends and family in Fairlee. Tuesday. Irene LaRocheole, Geraldine Chapman, and their brother, Richard Marsha, formerly of Barre, are now renting the former Mrs. Ellen Dent residence. Miss Laura Bagley has finished her studies at the O'Brien School of Cosmotology in Burlington and is at her home here. Historical Society The Fairlee Historical father was a doctor. Upon her Society met at the town hall on retirement from Extension Tues., July 13. The program work she moved Dec. 27, 1958, was an interesting one-a to N. Thetford, leaving St. workshop to identify photos Albans in -35 degree weather, donated to the Society. From 1959 to 1971 she worked Softball in the office at Camp Quin- Allen Avery, coach of the nibec on Lake Fairleo. For ten softball team sponsored by the years she was a volunteer at Lake Morey Country Club, the Veterans Hospital in White reported a season of 11 wins River, retiring at85. and seven losses. The team She lives by herself, finished in 4th place and took maintaining a large house, part in a tournament in Lyme vegetable garden and a flower on July 17. garden which is a joy to the Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bradley, whole village. Arts and crafts children Robin and Robbie, such as sewing, stencilling, and Sue Couillard have weaving and needlework have returned from a vacation trip always played a part of her to Hersey, Pa., Lancaster, life and in recent years she Pa.,andNiantic, Conn. has learned rug hooking, Community Circle taking a course in advanced The Community Circle met shading to further her skills at the home of Mrs. Karl SECRETARY WANTED-- To work in program for mentally retarded _people. Good typing and clerical skills essentml. Must be able to work in community. Experience preferred. Contact David Jensen. 802- 222-4706. 2T--8-4--C DEPENDABLE CAR- PENTRY, building & remodeling. Painting, wallpapering, plus dry wail, roOhng & repmr work. Free Estimates. Bob -- 802-785- 4665. 4T----8-18---PD DO( BOARDING -- Reasonable rates, personal care, heated kennel, in- dividual runs, stereo music, hours by appointment. Gisela Clogston, West Corinth, 802-439-6261. 8T--9- 15--C WANTED-- Second-hand windows for a camp plus 1 outside door. Samuel Magoon. 802-439-5767. IT--7- 28--PD FOR RENT-- Two Offices. just this summer. Johnson's, Wednesday (I) two roOms w-bath; (2) When asked the secret of her evening, July 13. Summer three rooms w-bath; heat longevity she laughingly projects were discussed. The and electricity included; replied, "Hard work!" next meeting will be at Mrs. first floor, newly remodeled ; carpeted; Rt. 5, Newbury Genetics must also have Irene Gulley's in October. Village -- Call 802-866-5951. played a part, for her great- Ricky Slooum left Tuesday 2T--8-4--C grandmother Hunt lived to he for the Job Corp. Training 100. On the other end of the scale, a great-great nephew from California wrote for her memory book that he'd been seven when he met her, was now 13 and hoped to be 90! Katharine Blaisdell 787-6315 relatives met at the home of Maribelle and Floyd Henos in Franklin, Mass. for a Sanborn reunion. Miriam spent a week at Theda's, then Marshall and Ruth Sanborn and Theda brought her home and they all attended another family gathering in Woedsville. QUOTE "Advice is least heeded when most needed." English Proverb STATE OF 1110NT OIUUIM COUNTY, S.S. IIUDF(ID NAlrIIONAL IAI vs ISMlS IIESTAIIMff, INC., MINlrA SAWYII  NSOTIff AIIMIISON, GIIANAa I!. ILNU, UB IL II/aIKNI AND IIUTII IL BAIT011, AND NIT/NAMP. mull IqllllllS, INC. By virtue ond in ex,'tim of the Powu of Sale cmt.'ned in o certn mortpge vm by Arthur A. Greer, Ltd. to tho Bmdfd Natiomll Bonk  January 30, 1976 and recorded in Book 45 and Page 580 of fhe Land Kob of the Town of "Mfonl, Vwmont, of whkh mortm the ueril is the Imn4mt hol, for bream of the conditions of mid mo and for .the write of fomclosing-'m mmo, ttm pmiw= describnd in nlgage will be sold at INic auction at I000 n'k =.m. on th,  day of August, 1982 On the Subject premises at hde.: Vormor. Said Im;m orl All md the  lnd nnd l-'mis t.oth with buildinl and improvements ther that were conveyed to Arthur A. e, ud. by Omrles O. and Ruth R. Barton by W erranty fiend dM Jmuory 30, 1976 and r.ordnd in BoOk 45 Page 577, of the Bradford Land Rords. Boing '*' .at  ,m, wh prnm,?r =so deplctnd on = srveV ln entitled Plan of Land in Brndford, Ver- morn, Surveyed by Fred E. Dwinell, .igr4m, 197.5, Seato 1"=.10' ". Sold premisos llll be sokl SdbjKt to all unpaid raul estato taxes or other Imm of the Tcm of Srodfl, Vermont. 1 imrcho, t tl tim of mk { pay in cash or cwfirl sums $10,000.00, I, of tl purdmo price to M within z=n (10) days of the mb date. terms to be annauncnd at the sale or mqum at Barber bs, tmv, Hew mpshir,. MAOfOND IMIIOILM S/dIE by, Laurette Swmt Sealer te Offk, tl, Ire= I-V- I I I I TOWN OF TOPSHAM 1982 PROPERTY TAXES Last day of 4% Discount July 31, 1982 must be postmarked on or before July 31, 1982. Town office open Saturday, July 31 from 9 AM to 12 Noon. I II I I INVESTIGATE SOCIAL WORK AS A CAREER 00are what is happening to people' Wondering if you can make a riving in the human services field' INFORMATION SESSIONS oe4areers in Social Wk Thursday, July 29 4-6 p.m. Mental Health Services of Southeastern Vermont 7 Maln St. Springfield, Vt. 1-2:30 p.m. Building 1 VA Hospital White River Junction, Vt. sPONSoRED BY: Adelphi-Vermont Social Work Program (802) 863-5731 offering an extension program in Clarence Davis, 71, dies after illness BRADFORD-- Clarence M. "Chug" Davis, 71, of Bradford died Saturday, July 24 at the Veterans Administration Center Hospital in White River Jct., after a long illness. He was horn in Bradford July 7, 1911 the son of Vernon and Georgianna (Prescott) Davis. He was educated in the Bradford schools system and graduated from Bradford Academy in the Class of 1929. After his graduation he moved to Bellows Falls, Vermont and worked for Jones and Lamson Machine Company in Springfield, Vt. In 1942 he entered the United States Army and was honorably discharged Jan. 4, 1946. After his discharge he returned to Bradford where he was a self employed photographer and painter. He was a member of the Bradford American Legion Post 20, Bradford; VFW Post in Fairlee, Vt.; a former commander of the Bradford American Legion Post 20; member of the United Church of Christ and the Bradford Pistol and Rifle Club; a member of the National Rifle Association; and a former member of the Bradford Lions Club. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. E[wyn (Josephine) Carleton and Mrs. Emily Bigelow of Bradford; several nieces and nephews. One brother, Henry Davis, predeceased him in 1969. He had made his home with his sister and her husband, Elwyn and Josephine Carleton, of Bradford for the past ten years. Funeral services were held Monday, July 26, at the Hale Funeral Home in Bradford with the Rev. John Knight officiating. Interment will take place in the family lot in Sawyer Cemetery Bradford. The Hale Funeral Home of Bradord is in charge of arrangements. George Wakefield dies LAKELAND, FLA.-- George with Rev. Dr. Jack L. Danieis, M. Wakefield, 80, of Lakeland, Fla., died Sunday, July 25 at the Alice Peck Day Extended Care Facility in Lebanon, N.H. He was born in Manchester, N.H., June 21, 1902 the son of George H. and Mary E. (Hardy) Wakefield. He attended schools in Lunenburg, Mass. and graduated from Northeastern University, Boston, Mass. After his graduation he went to work for the DuPont Company where he worked for over 40 years retiring in 1964. After his retirement, they made their home in Lakeland, Fla. In 1932 he married Mary Robertson who died in 1980. He was a member of the C.W. Moore Masonic Lodge Fit- chburg, Mass., and the First Presbyterian Church, Lakeland, Fla. He is survived by one brother Lester Wakefield o Bradford; one niece Mrs. Cynthia Lambert of Montreal, Canada; two nephews Ellsworth Wakefield, Jr. of E. Hanover, N.J. and Lester Wakefield, Jr. of Los Angeles, Calif. Funeral services will be held this Wednesday (today) evening at 7:00 p.m. at the Hale Funeral Home in Bradford, Vt., with Pastor Bill Wick officiating. Interment and graveside committal services will be held Thursday, July 29, at 2:00 p.m. in the Spring Grove Cemetery, Andover, Mass. Jr. officiating. Donations in his memory may be made to the Alice Peck Day Extended Care Facility, Lebanon, N.H. The Hale Funeral Home of Bradford, Vt. is in charge of arrangements. Wall,; GHff00 former!00 of l00radford BRADFORD-- Wally" H. Griffin, 82 formerly of South Road in Bradford, Vt. died July 19, 1982 in Philadelphia, Pa. She and her husband, the late Leslie C. Griffin lived for several years on South Road in Bradford. She is survived by her sister Kathe H. Hall of Springfield, Pa. and a nephew Ronnie Hall of New York City, N.Y. Services were private. The Hale Funeral Home of Bradford was in charge of arrangements. COMMUNITY . HEALTH SERVICES FAIRLEE-- A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the Fairlee Town Hall on Wednesday, August 11 from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. The nurse will be checking for glaucoma, hypertension, and will be checking weight. SATURDAY, JULY 31 -- At the Knight Farm, Keene, N.H. Selling 400 head of Holsteins and all farm machinery. Starts at 9:30 A.M. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4 -- for the West Hartford Community Group at the West Hartford Library in West Hartford, Vt. starting at 5:30 P.M: Selling merchandise of all kinds. THURSDAY, AUGUST 5 -- to settle the Estate of the late Harold W. Haskins, Main St., Bradford, Vt. Selling furniture, antiques and tools. Starts at 9:30 A.M. THURSDAY, AUGUST 12 -- at the Methodist Church in White River Jct., Vt, Starts at 5:30 P,M. Selling merchandise of all kinds. SATURDAY, AUGUST 14 -- at Gray's Field on Route r 5, Fairlee, Vt. Selling machinery, tractors, autos and trucks. Starts at 9:00 A.M. Please bring all items to be sold on Friday, August 13. C.W. Gray & Sons, Inc. Anctloneers East Thetford, Vt. Tel. 785-4348 or 785-2151 I I I I III Illllllll I I I AUCTION To settle the Estate Of the late Harold W. Haskins, Incated on Main Street, Bradford, Vt. Village. THURSDAY, AUGUST STARTING AT 9:30 A.M. FURNITURE--ANTIQUES--TOOI Kenmore washer, Kenmore dryer, refrigerators, freezer, maple dining room table w- 5 chairs, Empire chest, 2 stencilled beds, mirror, stencilled Hitchcock chair, night stands, bureaus, pictures, chairs, small dresser, comb. elec. & oil stove, lamps, humidifier, radio, cabinet record player & radio, small appliances, brass candle sticks, sewing machine, thumb back chairs, dishes, couch & chair, small round table, swivel chair, floor lamp, desk, maple stand, Banjo clock, eagle mirror, leather top coffee table, maple bed, bureau, stand & mirror; globe, bookcase, civil war framed document, kitchen table, old corduroy dic- tionary, maple bed, dressing table, sled, clock, rockers, lawn chairs, cane seat chair, aluminum , ladder, wheelbarrow, power lawn mower, hand tools, = [l ladders, traverse, snow shoes, chest, fireplace screen, 1 i and much much more. I I This is only a I)artial list. l l 1973 Chevrolet Nova " I I TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK i LUNCH ON GROUNDS I r ! EXECUTOR: EARL E. HASKINS I I AUCTIONEERS: I I C.W. GRAY &SONS, INC. I ! EAST THETFORD, VT. I I 7s OR 7m.2t I I II I I II II I - I IIIII I IIIII III I I