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" Page 6-The Journal Opinion-July 29, 1981 , ' I " S Ryegate , 0 O P 4 / I I I I I Ill ram/tin Dorothy Homeister Mrs. Caroline Natalazier Bradley,Plainfield. and son of Edmond, R.I., Mrs. Paul Reyholds and two spent a few days at their daughters Naomi and Rachel summer home here. of Morris, Ala., are visiting Miss Jean Garvin, Mont- her grandmother, Mrs pelier, spent several days with Dorothy Homeister. Mrs. her mother, Mrs. John Willis. Homeister spent two days at Mrs. Douglas Fisher, Karen the Cottage Hospital for tests and Mark, visited Mrs. Harry Homeister Sunday. They took Mark to Green Mt. Camp at Barnet Center Sunday af- ternoon. Others from S Ryegate to attend the camp are Gene Zambon, Tommy and Chris Gandin, Roxanne Zampieri, Kevin Lamarre and Jeff Allen. Mrs Winnie Frost has returned to her home after having eye surgery last week at the Mary Hitchcock Clinic in Hanover, N.H. Mrs. Marjory Stearns is a surgical patient at Cottage Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frost, Norwalk, Ct., called on Mrs Mary Frost Friday. Supper guests at the Frost home Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. George Cameron, Barre. Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon Kramer and Joel, Doylestown, Pa., have been visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs G.F. Rabaioli Other callers have been Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kaulbach, Rumford, Me.; Clay Blackburn and son Virginia Bedell Bradford u II 439-5729 On Saturday, July 18 the supper at 6:30 p.m. at the Bradford Evangelical Free Legion Home. Newbury and Church held a baptismal Thetford Posts are joining the service at Indian Pond in local unit. Piermont. Fourteen people Mr. and Mrs Chester Allen were baptized of Bradford have announced From July 20-24 a Family the engagement of their Bible Institute was held for all daughter, Stephanie, to Alan ages at the church. Thirteen Rowe, son of Dr. and Mrs. teenagers from Essex Falls, Harry Rowe of Wells River. N.J., came and taught the An October wedding is program. The children averaged 41 in attendance They learned about the apostle Peter. The adult program was held Monday and Tuesday nights with two of the pastors from Essex Fells discussing en- trance into God's rest. A special family night was and Xrays. Mrs. Reynolds and daughters attended the Class reunion of 1970 graduates of Woodsville High School which was held July 19th at the Pleasant Valley Camping Ground on Ryegate Pond. Miss Faith Goodwin, Germany and Concord, Ma., spent two days with Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Ross. A memorial service was held Thursday evening in the S. Ryegate Presbyterian Church for Mrs. Alice Smith Mrs Helen Parks, Burlington, brought her mother, Mrs. Mamie Church, Wednesday to spend some time at her home here. While entering the house, Mrs. Church fell, fracturing a hip. She was taken to Cottage Hospital, by ambulance and transferred Thursday to Mary Fletcher Hospital in Burlington The wedding announcement of Cyrus Eastman, as printed last week, should have read Cyrus Rosa, son of Mrs. Bernadine Eastman. planned. Mrs. Fannie Martin will celebrate her birthday on August 5. Her address is 327 Canton Street, Stoughton, Mass. 02072 The Orange East Center Club met at the Center for a pot luck lunch and meeting with 25 for lunch and 20 at the N N Bath Village A regular meeting of Pine Grove Grange was held July 20. Following the business meeting, slides of various vacation trips and local scenes were shown by State Overseer Everett Poor of Littleton. Lunch was served. There were six tables at the card party sponsored by Pine Grove Grange and held at the Town Hall the evening of July 21. Ladies' prizes went to Lillian Dunkley for high score, Hildah Bedard for second high score and Bessie Anderson for middle score. The men's prizes went to Roscoe Noyes for high score, Charles Currier for second high score, and 'AI' Merrill for middle score. "Woodsviile- There are four contestants for queen for the N Haverhill Fair this year. Dawn Williams is 16 and lives in S. Newbury Her parents are Mr and Mrs. Norman Williams. Dawn is a junior at Oxbow High School and her interests include cheerleading, gymnastics, horses and 4-H. A 16.year-old junior at Woodsville High School, Lorry Ann McKean is the daughter of Richard and Sandra McKean of N. Haverhill. The McKeans have lived in N. Haverhill for nine years. Lorry has two sisters and one brother. Her hobbies are swimming, horseback riding, skating and tennis. Parliamentarian in FBLA in 1960 - 1981, Betty Sue Bogie was also class president. Betty is also 16 and a junior at Blue Mountain Union School. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bogie Sr. of Barnet. She has played field hockey, basketball, and softball since her freshman year. Betty is a B average student and is planning to go to college in preparation for a business or sports career after high school. Susan Pickneli 747-zcs The special food prizes were won by Julia Long, Agnes Pelletier and Mildred Baines. Door prizes went to Julia Long and George Ramsdall. Lunch Ryegate _ David Balko from Wethersfield, Ct., is spending the summer with his grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hilyer. His friend Jason Archer, also from Wether- afield, arrived July 18 to spend a week at the Hilyers. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ritchie of sandwiches and punch was served. There were 20 children in story hour last week. They saw two movies and made hosted a supper cookout collages out of old magazines. Tuesday evening, July 21, for If anyone has time or supplies family members Mr. and Mrs. that they would like to donate Clay Blackburn of Plainfield, please come to the library on her sister Mrs. Polly Viner Thursdays. from Florida, their mother Be sure to come and hear Mrs. Edah Smith of Mont- our local "Strawberry Farm pelter, and Mr. and Mrs. Band" at the N. Haverhill Gordon SmithofBarre. Fair on Saturday, August I Richard Rogers and friend They will play at 3:30 p.m. and from Newton, Ma., arrived 9 p.m. Selections will include July 22 to spend the rest of the Bluegrass, Newgrass and week at his vacation home on Country. the Symes Pond Road. Over 25 volunteers from i Beth Nelson Ryegate and the surrounding 757-3429 area gathered at Ticklenaked be an assistant to a veterinarian. Ten or 12 young people on a Bike Tour through the AYF stopped in Woodsville July 15. They began their trip in Manhattan, N.Y., on Monday and. made very good time, encountering good weather. The group was well equipped with mirrors, lights, reflec- tors, helmets, and mitts. The Belgium Booster Club held a Food Sale at People's Pond Sunday afternoon, July 19, for a "Beach Clean-up Day". Among the projects worked on were painting the shelter and picnic table, starting construction of a permanent cement fireplace, working at leveling the sand bar, raking and cleaning glass and rubbish from the parking area and beach, and cutting grass and bushes around the area. Darren Leonard, Darcy Market on July 17 for their trip Nelson, and Timothy and to Belgium. Benjamin White, left Sunday, News Briefs July 19, for a week at Green The Wells River-Woodsville Mountain Camp in Barnet Rotary Club sold chicken by Center. Serving at camp. as the underpass between the two Staff and Counselors are Rev. towns. Marion Redding, Jeanette A group for Water Safety Mclare, and Vicki Clark. met at the home of Doris Darryl Perkins returned Kennedy one evening last home Saturday, July 18, from week. a week with his uncle and aunt Stephen Parker is at home Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Perkins, after touring with a singing in Petersham, Ma. group in the Tennessee area. Robert Hitchcock and Cindy Although the Opera Block Eisenberg of Burlington were Tenants Association has guests Sunday and Monday, suspended monthly meetings July 19-20, of his parents, Mr. for July and August, the birth- and Mrs. Robert W. Hit- day party for July birthday chcock. children was held July 21. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Those who celebrated July Payne, Harold, Arthur, and birthdays were Mildred Charles from. Bridport held Wednesday night with meeting. Seventeen-year-old Virginia Pillsbury, Irene Miller and camped in the field on Home so s and ames and II0 Lunch was boiled ham and t m the dau hter of rlg g ' B Engler ' " g Henry Scott With traditional Acres Farm overnight people attending. Everyone man.y k!nds of. salads with the William Englerts of Bath. festive det'orations including Saturday, July 18, as guests of had a wonderful hme sharing angeJ cage arm me cream mr h ne She has three brot era and o hats, a sumptuous cake baked Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Nelson, the os I message dessert _ g pe  .. : . .  __ " ....... sister. A senior at Woodsville by hostess Bernice Bishop, Darcy, Matthew, and Ethan. Melony ttowell nag a Dlr There Wll! De no meeting In oi she artlCl tes " . . . High Scho , p " 'pa and beverages, the occasion Mr. and Mrs. Thomas thda rty Thursday m honor August but a plcmc will he t of a wines m ypa .... in a variey ct" "" ,'-wasenjoyedbyall Minshull of Barre were of her second year. She is t!. _held at troton Sto Park on ciuding chorus ad drama, A Silver Tea w'lm held July Sunday suppar, guests Jul 19 Robm Rowel] in epmmDer we wm De b " " - 3F's and Braves 4-H Clu . honor of the shut-ins of the and Mrs. CrdllEastmah. The American Legion and Auxiliary will have their in- stallation Aug. 4 after a family VERMONT STATE POLICE and Vermont Fish & Game NUMBERS Bradford having a auction at Oxbow with vegetables from the garden, home-baked goods and all kinds of things with our jolly auctioneer Jessie Dod- sworth who sure brings in the money and we sure need that so we can take the seniors on trips, etc. They enjoy it so very much, Next meeting will be Sept. 17 with Irma Reed and Lilla Hodge as hostesses, and lunch of meat loaf and hot casseroles. So get set, ready--and come. Lisbon On July 22, 55 members and two guests of the Ammonoosuc Valley Seniors met at the Lisbon Town Hall. Eunice Hawkins made her usual summer visit, and Marie Parent visited for the first time. The program was Game Day, with Geneva Curtis the big winner. Refreshments, . including 222-4680 Fairlee 333-9414 Wells River 757-2552 __ i I _ [ OEITEI IATIIlI, lie. CALL Mrs. Walter Shaw 0002.74623S2 I I I II ARTESIAN WELL CO. im 190 liu 176, Lehemt N,N, . 14M.115411! This pt year she had the opportunity of directing the Bath group in the 4-H Songfest. As a delegate from Grafton County, she attended 4-H State Teen Conference at Durham. Active in church activities, she was nominated by her minister for the Society of Distinguished American High School Students. Virgin'a hobbies include horseback riding, swimming, art, and working with animals. She hopes to further her education after high school either in art (sign painting} or studying to Hilah Bedard 838-6725 miniature cream puffs, were served by Jessie Robinson and her committee. Door prizes included fresh produce and were won by V. Towle, D. Judd, D. Presby, G. Curtis, F. Aldrich, A. Hunt, B. Bowies, J. Martignetti, F. Wetherhee, and M, Presby. Mary Snell reported on the very successful Flea Market on July 18, and thanked those who furnished or helped. Fred Snell suggested that those who set-up and take care at the hall be praised: Francis Aldrich, James Morrison, and Mary Snell. A vote was taken which favored raising the yearly dues, beginning in September Dorothy Presby donated an afghan, and Mildred Presby a pillow for later fuad-raising On July 29, Game Day will be held because of other plans in August, and prizes are needed Refreshments will be in charge of Eva Londen, or Marjorie Clement Guests are invited to watch the feats of magic by the Melvin Haynes' grandson Aug. 5, with cookies and punch served by Doris Judd and committee. The menu at Whistle Stop Aug. 12 was chosen: chicken a' la king. Berry's bus may take the group to the Sugar Hill Museum afterwards. On Aug. 19 members go to the Curtis Picnic Area with box lunch, drink, and chair, and Game Day will finish Aug. 26. Parish. Refreshments of Fremont Nelson was at the assorted sandwiches, cookies, State Grange Center in Brook- German sour cream twists, field Saturday, July 18, for a bars, ice cream,coffee, tea, Grange Center Directors and punch were served. Meeting. Among those attending were Miss Diane LeBlanc of Troy Father Milne, Clara Roy, was a guest Friday through Gertrude Kwasinski, Jenny, Sunday, July 17-19, of her Mary, and Connie Castello, sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Edith Dumdis, Mary Travis, Bruce Nelson, Curtis, Andrea, Irene Roy, Margaret and James. Lamarre, Dreamer Bagonzi, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Winifred Morin; Lisa Tortes, Nelson and daughter Marcy Marie Bryer, Barbara Roy, had as luncheon guests Rita Lackie and Sharon. Each guest was presented with a small bouquet of flowers as a memento and a reminder that this was the first of future teas. Daily Vacation Bible School will be held at the Calvary Baptist Church Aug. 10-14 with Elizabeth Ingalls as coor- dinator. Children from 4-14 are welcome. There will be a variety of Biblically centered activities. Ross-Wood Post 20 American Legion held its annual Special Oly _npics last Saturday with a goo participation by area people. Recent callers on the oc- casion of Nellie Horne's birth- day were: Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pike, Pittsfield, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Griswold and son, lebanon; Mr and Mrs, Spencer Noyes Tuesday, July 14, her mother, Mrs. Francis Haggarty of Panton, her aunt, Mrs Eloise Smith of Braoford, Conn. and her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. David Barrett of Houston, Tex. Marcy returned to Panton with Mrs. Haggarty and Mrs. Smith, while the other two couples vacationed in Maine from Tuesday through Friday. Among the points of interest which they visited were Acadia National Forest, Booth Bay Harbor, Bar Harbor, and Seal Island, Upon returning home, Mrs. Nelson spent overnight with her parents, and Marcy returned home with her Saturday. The sympatlty of the Piermont' and daughter, town; Mr. and Edward Stevens of Mrs. Jess Bishop and son Providence, R. I. is,spending Jason, town; Mr. and Mrs. the month of July with his William Maynes, town; and brother, Alfred Stevens. Mrs. Albert Parker and grandchildren Jeremy, Joshua, and Beth Wozny. The Donald Robinsons of Hill visited friends in the area last week. Recent callers of Zerella Shute were Robert Foster, St. Johnsbury, and his father, George Foster of Avon Park, Fla., and Viola Powers of town. Mrs. Hazel Jarvis visited Edward played in church a piano medley of favorite hymns of Christie Goedwin Burbeck. She was choir director for 50 years as well as music supervisor of the Piermont Village School. She also had many private pupils of whom Edward was one. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murphy of the Weirs (Doris Goodwin) and their son, Richard and family from Hanover were in her daughter in Bristol, July the congregation. 19. Recent visitors at the Alfred Richard Foster of Rutland Stevens home were Mr. and took his mother Mrs. Zerella Mrs. Harold Carbone of E. Shute to the dentist in Rutland Corinth. July 16. They also visited her The third Summer brother and wife the Carletan Adventure for children at the Achilles in Waterford. library will he Tuesday, August 4 from I0 - II. Fifteen Airman to take more wabd00 childrenfrompre-schoolto6th grade enjoyed the first LEBANON--Air National organization and customs and Adventure Guard Airman Marilyn A. received special training in In addition to the slide of the Gerlach, daughter of George human relations old mill in Piermont which T. Gerlach of Lebanon, has been assigned to Sheppard Air Force Base, Tex.. after completing Air Force basle training. During the six weeks at Lackland Air Force Base, Tex., the airman atudied the Air Force mission, In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an asseeiate degree in applied science through the Community College of the Air Force. The airman will now receive specialized irtruction in the communications field. was furnished for Mr. Donald Smith, an exceptionally fine rare old postcard of it was located in the Historical Society Collection. Mr. Smith would welcome the loan of other such views. Anyone who has old pictures of the town or postcards is urged to give community is with the family of Mrs. Alice Smith of S. Ryegate, longtime resident of this community, who passed away Sunday night, July 19, at Cottage Hospital in Wood- sville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hit- chcock and Mrs Fremont Nelson, Matthew and Ethan visited relatives in Springfield Tuesday, July 21. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and daughter Marcy attended his llth class reunion from Woedsville High School Sunday, July 19, at Pleasant Valley Campground. Twenty- seven members of the graduating class were in attendance, along with about 35 other family members and guests. James Nelson was an overnight guest Wednesday, July 15, of Mr. and Mrs. Edward McLure and son Jared. Kimberly McLure spent the same night with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Curtis and Andrea. Warren At 5 p.m. Thursday a Caravan rode through this mountain hamlet. It reminded one of the Stage Coach days of long ago. The caravan con- sisted of 33 juveniles and 20 adults, seven covered wagons, horseback riders and walking units. They spent the night in a field of Claude and Leona Foote on Rte. 116 east of town. They had traveled this day from Orford where they camped near the ballfield overnight. They pulled out of camp about 9:30 a.m. and headed for Woodstock and Lincoln. This was a hard day, up one side of Moesilauke and down the other. The wagons were pulled mostly by mules, while sad- dlehorses and walking units made up the rest. I talked with a Mr. Charles Barnes, the scout who travels Nancy Perkins  KORNER by L.FBARNES ' 584-3611 Kimberly McLurewasan  Fo the folk overnight guest Friday, July r wee 17, of Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, Grant, Hannah, Summer is the time for River, Vt. has Andrew, and Betsey. treats: Ice cream cones, juice following recipe. It's The Ryegate United slices of watermelon eaten that her children Presbyterian Women held outside, cotton candy at the a[ their monthly meeting fair, popsicles, and more. Finger Jello Thursday evening, July 16, in Everything seems to taste Ingredients: the church vestry. Mrs better when eaten outside, 2 Fremont Nelson led devotions especially to the little folk. An I six oz. and a short program, everyday supper becomes an 2!.z cups water Following the business adventure at the back-yard V4eupsugar meeting the remainder of the picnic table. Or better yet, Dissolve evening was used to work on pack lunch in a knapsack and in one cup of cold items for the Church Bazaar, stop along some wooded trail aside. In a which will be held in October. or in the meadowland, one cup water to a Andrew Nelson celebrated Popsicles are an all-time Jel]o and sugar. his third birthday Monday, favorite. The ones made at boil. Add gelatin July 20, with his grandmother home of orange or grape (or and add /a cup Mrs. Howard Nelson and his aunt and cousins, Mrs. any chosen) juice, are so Pour intogreased much more flavorful and in refrigerator for Fremont Nelson, Darcy, Matthew, and Ethan joining nutritious than store-packed Cut into sq the family for cake and ice ones. They can be made in cutters to plastic popsicle makers, or like. It's a quick cream in the afternoon, even in ice-cube trays with a snack for Gene Perkins, Jr. spent stick inserted in the cubes, something they can overnight Thursday, July 16, Barbara Leite of Wells prepare. as a guest of Mrs. Jack Pechaski and son David. Floyd R. Ray a 764-9979 and Loralee Kennedy; Charlene and Matthew Pike; Kim, Nelson Jr. and Nathan Kennedy; Rick, Lorie-Ann and Zachariah Warbin, all of Warren; Angela Whitcher of Woodsville, Sandra Leppart, Kendra and Jason of Lon- donderry, Don and Melody Brown, Scott and Eric of Wilmot, Mrs. Pearl Bennett of Orford, Esther McKay and Peter of North Berwick, Maine; Penny Nile, Tammy; Kimberly and Ronnie, also Frank Raymond, all of Eliot, Maine. Letters were read from the Leroy Whitcher Family of Shelbyville, Ind., Dean and Carol Adams and two sons of Hartford, Ct., and the Frank Hutchinson family of Eliot, Maine, expressing their regrets at not being able to attend this year. The oldest person present Mrs. Fairlee " The Fairlee Historical Society elected officers at the annual meeting last week. The president is John Larson; vice-president, Mrs. Dorothy Dooley, and secretary- treasurer, Mrs. Joseph McCleskey. .Mrs. Lawrence Jackman, o[ E. Corinth and Lake Morey, spoke on "Folklore". A social hour followed, at which refreshments were served, including colonial cookies. An item of interest to Fairlee historians was the discovery of another old cemetery in the Brushwood district. Sayre Merritt, stationed at Holloman AFB, N.M., spent some time in Fairlee, visiting friends in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kallberg have returned from "a trip to Florida. Allan Jesseman is taking an Early College Course in Art at Johnson College this summer ahead of the caravan making was Nelson Kennedy's E. Corinth , arrangements where the mother, Mrs. Pearl Bennett; group will camp each night, the youngest, 5-day-old n,. w,.,,., to, wh, is He informed me that two Zachariah Warbin; the family tak'i'n,,'a't'wowes"vac.ation people broke camp last night with all members present, ,.,,.,, o,. a,,,, t the Valley The state police were alerted Nelson and Loralee Kennedy; ".'."::' "Y"': "  .... - kea an " rmmm t;emer, Is spenumg ner and were reformed to p and coming the farthest first vacation wk at hr l r ........................ oyeoutforthesepeope, distance, Esther and Pete ,,,.,,, ,,h,,- gix of hr " on ......... The Juveniles are mostly Mal', who bad iust arrived =.==..,',- ,t,, .... h a judge in Pennsylvania. They The weather was ideal for a "'The ......... doctor"',s ' serving as take this caravan rather than cookout and potluck dishes. It a detention camp They travel was also a first for being held the year round. This is their on a Sunday. Another year it is first trip through New hoped to have an even larger England. They are headed for attendance with some of Bangor, Maine, then will start Barbara Bond's family down the coast and will he in Florida by cold weather. The caravan had several tractors and trailers for hay, tents, water, wagon parts, a kitchen, and one with portable rest rooms. They have a front patrol to warn traffic and a rear patrol to keep traffic moving around the caravan, and they seem to do a good job. Many of the tractors were registered in Arizona, and some of the staff were from represented. Moosilauke Lodge No. 63 F & AM held a regular meeting at the Temple Thursday evening. The lodge was opened by Acting W.M. Tom Wolf, who is replacing Robert Berglund who moved to Oak Ridge, Tenn. We were glad to have visitors from Pa., R.I. and Ohio. The auction held' on Old Home Day was discussed, and it was discovered we had quite a bit left for another auction Pennsylvania. The two escapees were later on. We had other caught at the Plymouth traffic business and petitions and circle Friday morning, plans for activities through the later months. Family Reunion Eugene and Margaret Whitcher hosted a family reunion on Sunday, July 12, with 36 present. Attending were--Randy Whitcher; Jeanne, Josh and Monica Stafursky; Ronnie, Mary and Stacey Whitcher; Esther B. Whitcher: Nelson Lodge closed in due form, peace and harmony prevailing, lunch served in the dining room after the meeting. It was reported that Bob Jones of Greton was in the Veterans Hospital in White River Junction. A card was signed by all and forwarded to him. them to the Society rather than destroy them. Mrs. George Webster has con- tributed some valuable post cards and the late Theodore Heath's pictures are treasured. These may be seen at the Historical Society Room any time the library is open. Larry Sayers may be seen frequently on his training runs through the village. The town is proud of his record achievements and the fact that they have made possible an athletic scholarship at Keene next year. Larry is working on the family farm this summer. Many of our well qualified young people have not been able to find jobs, either summer or permanently. The Rev. Robert Rohb is keeping in touch with them and anyone who knows of an available job may notify Mr. Robb. We urge people to use the talents of these young people. One citizen is grateful for the technical skill with which a CB radio was installed in a car. Mrs. Arthur Creighton (Shirley} had as guests for five days her son, Col. Arthur Creighton, Mrs. Creighton and daughter from Dayton, Ohio, her grandson Staff Sgt. Douglas Creighton, wife and two children from Amster- dam, the Netherlands. The younger family have returned from a five-year tour of duty in Europe and will go to their new assignment in New Mexico. The families were present to enjoy Shirley's beautiful solo in church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Harris are parents of a third daughter, Heidi born July 8 at Mary Hitchcnck Memorial Hospital. Ha//00 Lake group meets W NEWBURY--The 57th annual meeting of the Hall's Lake Association was held last week at Hall's lake picnic grove. There was a record at- tendance by members and friends who enjoyed a picnic supper preceding the meeting. At the close of the business meeting, the following officers were elected: president--Mrs. Martin Weiner: vice president--James Thomas; secr etary-treasurer--Mrs. Robert Queen. t For further information, contact Mrs. Martin Weiner at 429-2436. cook for the group and is assisted by her husband, Hugh, and her mother, Mrs. Allene Adams. Two of the Olsen's daughters-in-law, Janet and Lee Olsen, are instructing the children in craft work In the afternoon, all go to a neighbor's pond for swimming with Grandpa Hugh, Janet and Lee in- structing. The children arrive each day at 7:30 a.m. for breakfast, have lunch at noon and dinner at night before going home . The children participating are Sonya, Kristen and Eric, children of Toby and Janet Oisen of Londonderry, N.H. and E. Corinth; Matthew and Chamonix, children of Earl and Lee Olsen of Charleston, S.C.; and Shannon, daughter of Roy and Lillian Olsen of E. Corinth. The Olsens have three more grandchildren, who were unable to be here, Adam, brother of Shannon, and Tracey Jo and Thomas, children of Aina Jo and Thomas BarnweW Sr. of Atlanta, Ga. July 16 visitors at the home of Mrs. Leo Hutchinson were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blanchard and three daughters of Ellicott City, Md. Mr. Blanchard is the grandson of Mrs. Hattie Carter of Lit- tleton and a former resident of this community. Recent callers of Mrs. Helen Brock were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carleton, Harold and Betsy of W. Newbury and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brock of W. Newbury. July 19 callers were Mrs. larry Drew of Bradford and her mother, Mrs. Bertha Carleton, W. Newbury. Weekend guests of Mrs. Lawrence Jackman at her Lake Morey camp were grandsons Winthrop Jackman Jr. and a friend of Stony Brook, N.Y., and Alan Jack- man of Boston. The three young men attended the 75th reunion of Camp Billings on Lake Morey where they had been former counselors. Miss Ann Jaekman. sister of Winthrop and Alan came July 14 to spend a week with her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Pigdon and two sons of Rnsanna, Australia, and Mr. Vernon Pigdon of Agoura, Calif., called on Mrs. Leo Hutchinson Sunda'. The Keith Pigdons are fnenda of Dr. and Mrs. Edward Sherwood and are staying for a week in the Irwin Worth]ey house. The Church Choir was in charge of the Sunday worship service July 19 and gave the Allan will be a Oxbow High autumn. Mellissa Druge spent several days grandparents, Mr. Newton Bolles. The Federal and the State Resources are making a to determine the valley floor and the of the saturated Those heard around of Lake Morey gentlemen setting charges July 15 From July 31 to Federated Fellowship will hostt group of the Congregational Crown Point, NY. these young folks Pastor Bagley in the Holy Communion. Stella I congregation a singing the entire Those singing in were John Heidenreich, Jim Heidenreich, and Soni Merritt, Cm'olyn Katy Zigler; Donna Townsend, and Maurice Longo was Morrison The church for the week of memory of Sr. and is Volunteers s cleaned and waxed floor July 12, like a new floor. gave of their were Jim Heidenreich John Guests of Mr. Sheldon were Mr. and Simpson Jr. Hartford, Ct. On were joined Marguerite Doe and her dau Daralyn Towle of and Mr. Wayne E. Corinth. Earl Olsen visiting his Mrs. Hugh Olsen days and reunion of his Academy July 11, in Charleston, July 19. Mrs. children stayed visit. Corinth Mr. and M Adams of Sunday visitorS Gokey. Mr. and Mrs. from Bradenton, weekend guestS. Perrin and visite Tom Watkins home after two weeks called Dr. and Mrs. theil of few days ater Irene Carlbro from Ct., were Mr. and Carrier Sunday the 25th of her " Page 6-The Journal Opinion-July 29, 1981 , ' I " S Ryegate , 0 O P 4 / I I I I I Ill ram/tin Dorothy Homeister Mrs. Caroline Natalazier Bradley,Plainfield. and son of Edmond, R.I., Mrs. Paul Reyholds and two spent a few days at their daughters Naomi and Rachel summer home here. of Morris, Ala., are visiting Miss Jean Garvin, Mont- her grandmother, Mrs pelier, spent several days with Dorothy Homeister. Mrs. her mother, Mrs. John Willis. Homeister spent two days at Mrs. Douglas Fisher, Karen the Cottage Hospital for tests and Mark, visited Mrs. Harry Homeister Sunday. They took Mark to Green Mt. Camp at Barnet Center Sunday af- ternoon. Others from S Ryegate to attend the camp are Gene Zambon, Tommy and Chris Gandin, Roxanne Zampieri, Kevin Lamarre and Jeff Allen. Mrs Winnie Frost has returned to her home after having eye surgery last week at the Mary Hitchcock Clinic in Hanover, N.H. Mrs. Marjory Stearns is a surgical patient at Cottage Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frost, Norwalk, Ct., called on Mrs Mary Frost Friday. Supper guests at the Frost home Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. George Cameron, Barre. Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon Kramer and Joel, Doylestown, Pa., have been visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs G.F. Rabaioli Other callers have been Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kaulbach, Rumford, Me.; Clay Blackburn and son Virginia Bedell Bradford u II 439-5729 On Saturday, July 18 the supper at 6:30 p.m. at the Bradford Evangelical Free Legion Home. Newbury and Church held a baptismal Thetford Posts are joining the service at Indian Pond in local unit. Piermont. Fourteen people Mr. and Mrs Chester Allen were baptized of Bradford have announced From July 20-24 a Family the engagement of their Bible Institute was held for all daughter, Stephanie, to Alan ages at the church. Thirteen Rowe, son of Dr. and Mrs. teenagers from Essex Falls, Harry Rowe of Wells River. N.J., came and taught the An October wedding is program. The children averaged 41 in attendance They learned about the apostle Peter. The adult program was held Monday and Tuesday nights with two of the pastors from Essex Fells discussing en- trance into God's rest. A special family night was and Xrays. Mrs. Reynolds and daughters attended the Class reunion of 1970 graduates of Woodsville High School which was held July 19th at the Pleasant Valley Camping Ground on Ryegate Pond. Miss Faith Goodwin, Germany and Concord, Ma., spent two days with Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Ross. A memorial service was held Thursday evening in the S. Ryegate Presbyterian Church for Mrs. Alice Smith Mrs Helen Parks, Burlington, brought her mother, Mrs. Mamie Church, Wednesday to spend some time at her home here. While entering the house, Mrs. Church fell, fracturing a hip. She was taken to Cottage Hospital, by ambulance and transferred Thursday to Mary Fletcher Hospital in Burlington The wedding announcement of Cyrus Eastman, as printed last week, should have read Cyrus Rosa, son of Mrs. Bernadine Eastman. planned. Mrs. Fannie Martin will celebrate her birthday on August 5. Her address is 327 Canton Street, Stoughton, Mass. 02072 The Orange East Center Club met at the Center for a pot luck lunch and meeting with 25 for lunch and 20 at the N N Bath Village A regular meeting of Pine Grove Grange was held July 20. Following the business meeting, slides of various vacation trips and local scenes were shown by State Overseer Everett Poor of Littleton. Lunch was served. There were six tables at the card party sponsored by Pine Grove Grange and held at the Town Hall the evening of July 21. Ladies' prizes went to Lillian Dunkley for high score, Hildah Bedard for second high score and Bessie Anderson for middle score. The men's prizes went to Roscoe Noyes for high score, Charles Currier for second high score, and 'AI' Merrill for middle score. "Woodsviile- There are four contestants for queen for the N Haverhill Fair this year. Dawn Williams is 16 and lives in S. Newbury Her parents are Mr and Mrs. Norman Williams. Dawn is a junior at Oxbow High School and her interests include cheerleading, gymnastics, horses and 4-H. A 16.year-old junior at Woodsville High School, Lorry Ann McKean is the daughter of Richard and Sandra McKean of N. Haverhill. The McKeans have lived in N. Haverhill for nine years. Lorry has two sisters and one brother. Her hobbies are swimming, horseback riding, skating and tennis. Parliamentarian in FBLA in 1960 - 1981, Betty Sue Bogie was also class president. Betty is also 16 and a junior at Blue Mountain Union School. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bogie Sr. of Barnet. She has played field hockey, basketball, and softball since her freshman year. Betty is a B average student and is planning to go to college in preparation for a business or sports career after high school. Susan Pickneli 747-zcs The special food prizes were won by Julia Long, Agnes Pelletier and Mildred Baines. Door prizes went to Julia Long and George Ramsdall. Lunch Ryegate _ David Balko from Wethersfield, Ct., is spending the summer with his grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hilyer. His friend Jason Archer, also from Wether- afield, arrived July 18 to spend a week at the Hilyers. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ritchie of sandwiches and punch was served. There were 20 children in story hour last week. They saw two movies and made hosted a supper cookout collages out of old magazines. Tuesday evening, July 21, for If anyone has time or supplies family members Mr. and Mrs. that they would like to donate Clay Blackburn of Plainfield, please come to the library on her sister Mrs. Polly Viner Thursdays. from Florida, their mother Be sure to come and hear Mrs. Edah Smith of Mont- our local "Strawberry Farm pelter, and Mr. and Mrs. Band" at the N. Haverhill Gordon SmithofBarre. Fair on Saturday, August I Richard Rogers and friend They will play at 3:30 p.m. and from Newton, Ma., arrived 9 p.m. Selections will include July 22 to spend the rest of the Bluegrass, Newgrass and week at his vacation home on Country. the Symes Pond Road. Over 25 volunteers from i Beth Nelson Ryegate and the surrounding 757-3429 area gathered at Ticklenaked be an assistant to a veterinarian. Ten or 12 young people on a Bike Tour through the AYF stopped in Woodsville July 15. They began their trip in Manhattan, N.Y., on Monday and. made very good time, encountering good weather. The group was well equipped with mirrors, lights, reflec- tors, helmets, and mitts. The Belgium Booster Club held a Food Sale at People's Pond Sunday afternoon, July 19, for a "Beach Clean-up Day". Among the projects worked on were painting the shelter and picnic table, starting construction of a permanent cement fireplace, working at leveling the sand bar, raking and cleaning glass and rubbish from the parking area and beach, and cutting grass and bushes around the area. Darren Leonard, Darcy Market on July 17 for their trip Nelson, and Timothy and to Belgium. Benjamin White, left Sunday, News Briefs July 19, for a week at Green The Wells River-Woodsville Mountain Camp in Barnet Rotary Club sold chicken by Center. Serving at camp. as the underpass between the two Staff and Counselors are Rev. towns. Marion Redding, Jeanette A group for Water Safety Mclare, and Vicki Clark. met at the home of Doris Darryl Perkins returned Kennedy one evening last home Saturday, July 18, from week. a week with his uncle and aunt Stephen Parker is at home Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Perkins, after touring with a singing in Petersham, Ma. group in the Tennessee area. Robert Hitchcock and Cindy Although the Opera Block Eisenberg of Burlington were Tenants Association has guests Sunday and Monday, suspended monthly meetings July 19-20, of his parents, Mr. for July and August, the birth- and Mrs. Robert W. Hit- day party for July birthday chcock. children was held July 21. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Those who celebrated July Payne, Harold, Arthur, and birthdays were Mildred Charles from. Bridport held Wednesday night with meeting. Seventeen-year-old Virginia Pillsbury, Irene Miller and camped in the field on Home so s and ames and II0 Lunch was boiled ham and t m the dau hter of rlg g ' B Engler ' " g Henry Scott With traditional Acres Farm overnight people attending. Everyone man.y k!nds of. salads with the William Englerts of Bath. festive det'orations including Saturday, July 18, as guests of had a wonderful hme sharing angeJ cage arm me cream mr h ne She has three brot era and o hats, a sumptuous cake baked Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Nelson, the os I message dessert _ g pe  .. : . .  __ " ....... sister. A senior at Woodsville by hostess Bernice Bishop, Darcy, Matthew, and Ethan. Melony ttowell nag a Dlr There Wll! De no meeting In oi she artlCl tes " . . . High Scho , p " 'pa and beverages, the occasion Mr. and Mrs. Thomas thda rty Thursday m honor August but a plcmc will he t of a wines m ypa .... in a variey ct" "" ,'-wasenjoyedbyall Minshull of Barre were of her second year. She is t!. _held at troton Sto Park on ciuding chorus ad drama, A Silver Tea w'lm held July Sunday suppar, guests Jul 19 Robm Rowel] in epmmDer we wm De b " " - 3F's and Braves 4-H Clu . honor of the shut-ins of the and Mrs. CrdllEastmah. The American Legion and Auxiliary will have their in- stallation Aug. 4 after a family VERMONT STATE POLICE and Vermont Fish & Game NUMBERS Bradford having a auction at Oxbow with vegetables from the garden, home-baked goods and all kinds of things with our jolly auctioneer Jessie Dod- sworth who sure brings in the money and we sure need that so we can take the seniors on trips, etc. They enjoy it so very much, Next meeting will be Sept. 17 with Irma Reed and Lilla Hodge as hostesses, and lunch of meat loaf and hot casseroles. So get set, ready--and come. Lisbon On July 22, 55 members and two guests of the Ammonoosuc Valley Seniors met at the Lisbon Town Hall. Eunice Hawkins made her usual summer visit, and Marie Parent visited for the first time. The program was Game Day, with Geneva Curtis the big winner. Refreshments, . including 222-4680 Fairlee 333-9414 Wells River 757-2552 __ i I _ [ OEITEI IATIIlI, lie. CALL Mrs. Walter Shaw 0002.74623S2 I I I II ARTESIAN WELL CO. im 190 liu 176, Lehemt N,N, . 14M.115411! This pt year she had the opportunity of directing the Bath group in the 4-H Songfest. As a delegate from Grafton County, she attended 4-H State Teen Conference at Durham. Active in church activities, she was nominated by her minister for the Society of Distinguished American High School Students. Virgin'a hobbies include horseback riding, swimming, art, and working with animals. She hopes to further her education after high school either in art (sign painting} or studying to Hilah Bedard 838-6725 miniature cream puffs, were served by Jessie Robinson and her committee. Door prizes included fresh produce and were won by V. Towle, D. Judd, D. Presby, G. Curtis, F. Aldrich, A. Hunt, B. Bowies, J. Martignetti, F. Wetherhee, and M, Presby. Mary Snell reported on the very successful Flea Market on July 18, and thanked those who furnished or helped. Fred Snell suggested that those who set-up and take care at the hall be praised: Francis Aldrich, James Morrison, and Mary Snell. A vote was taken which favored raising the yearly dues, beginning in September Dorothy Presby donated an afghan, and Mildred Presby a pillow for later fuad-raising On July 29, Game Day will be held because of other plans in August, and prizes are needed Refreshments will be in charge of Eva Londen, or Marjorie Clement Guests are invited to watch the feats of magic by the Melvin Haynes' grandson Aug. 5, with cookies and punch served by Doris Judd and committee. The menu at Whistle Stop Aug. 12 was chosen: chicken a' la king. Berry's bus may take the group to the Sugar Hill Museum afterwards. On Aug. 19 members go to the Curtis Picnic Area with box lunch, drink, and chair, and Game Day will finish Aug. 26. Parish. Refreshments of Fremont Nelson was at the assorted sandwiches, cookies, State Grange Center in Brook- German sour cream twists, field Saturday, July 18, for a bars, ice cream,coffee, tea, Grange Center Directors and punch were served. Meeting. Among those attending were Miss Diane LeBlanc of Troy Father Milne, Clara Roy, was a guest Friday through Gertrude Kwasinski, Jenny, Sunday, July 17-19, of her Mary, and Connie Castello, sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Edith Dumdis, Mary Travis, Bruce Nelson, Curtis, Andrea, Irene Roy, Margaret and James. Lamarre, Dreamer Bagonzi, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Winifred Morin; Lisa Tortes, Nelson and daughter Marcy Marie Bryer, Barbara Roy, had as luncheon guests Rita Lackie and Sharon. Each guest was presented with a small bouquet of flowers as a memento and a reminder that this was the first of future teas. Daily Vacation Bible School will be held at the Calvary Baptist Church Aug. 10-14 with Elizabeth Ingalls as coor- dinator. Children from 4-14 are welcome. There will be a variety of Biblically centered activities. Ross-Wood Post 20 American Legion held its annual Special Oly _npics last Saturday with a goo participation by area people. Recent callers on the oc- casion of Nellie Horne's birth- day were: Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pike, Pittsfield, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Griswold and son, lebanon; Mr and Mrs, Spencer Noyes Tuesday, July 14, her mother, Mrs. Francis Haggarty of Panton, her aunt, Mrs Eloise Smith of Braoford, Conn. and her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. David Barrett of Houston, Tex. Marcy returned to Panton with Mrs. Haggarty and Mrs. Smith, while the other two couples vacationed in Maine from Tuesday through Friday. Among the points of interest which they visited were Acadia National Forest, Booth Bay Harbor, Bar Harbor, and Seal Island, Upon returning home, Mrs. Nelson spent overnight with her parents, and Marcy returned home with her Saturday. The sympatlty of the Piermont' and daughter, town; Mr. and Edward Stevens of Mrs. Jess Bishop and son Providence, R. I. is,spending Jason, town; Mr. and Mrs. the month of July with his William Maynes, town; and brother, Alfred Stevens. Mrs. Albert Parker and grandchildren Jeremy, Joshua, and Beth Wozny. The Donald Robinsons of Hill visited friends in the area last week. Recent callers of Zerella Shute were Robert Foster, St. Johnsbury, and his father, George Foster of Avon Park, Fla., and Viola Powers of town. Mrs. Hazel Jarvis visited Edward played in church a piano medley of favorite hymns of Christie Goedwin Burbeck. She was choir director for 50 years as well as music supervisor of the Piermont Village School. She also had many private pupils of whom Edward was one. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murphy of the Weirs (Doris Goodwin) and their son, Richard and family from Hanover were in her daughter in Bristol, July the congregation. 19. Recent visitors at the Alfred Richard Foster of Rutland Stevens home were Mr. and took his mother Mrs. Zerella Mrs. Harold Carbone of E. Shute to the dentist in Rutland Corinth. July 16. They also visited her The third Summer brother and wife the Carletan Adventure for children at the Achilles in Waterford. library will he Tuesday, August 4 from I0 - II. Fifteen Airman to take more wabd00 childrenfrompre-schoolto6th grade enjoyed the first LEBANON--Air National organization and customs and Adventure Guard Airman Marilyn A. received special training in In addition to the slide of the Gerlach, daughter of George human relations old mill in Piermont which T. Gerlach of Lebanon, has been assigned to Sheppard Air Force Base, Tex.. after completing Air Force basle training. During the six weeks at Lackland Air Force Base, Tex., the airman atudied the Air Force mission, In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an asseeiate degree in applied science through the Community College of the Air Force. The airman will now receive specialized irtruction in the communications field. was furnished for Mr. Donald Smith, an exceptionally fine rare old postcard of it was located in the Historical Society Collection. Mr. Smith would welcome the loan of other such views. Anyone who has old pictures of the town or postcards is urged to give community is with the family of Mrs. Alice Smith of S. Ryegate, longtime resident of this community, who passed away Sunday night, July 19, at Cottage Hospital in Wood- sville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hit- chcock and Mrs Fremont Nelson, Matthew and Ethan visited relatives in Springfield Tuesday, July 21. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and daughter Marcy attended his llth class reunion from Woedsville High School Sunday, July 19, at Pleasant Valley Campground. Twenty- seven members of the graduating class were in attendance, along with about 35 other family members and guests. James Nelson was an overnight guest Wednesday, July 15, of Mr. and Mrs. Edward McLure and son Jared. Kimberly McLure spent the same night with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Curtis and Andrea. Warren At 5 p.m. Thursday a Caravan rode through this mountain hamlet. It reminded one of the Stage Coach days of long ago. The caravan con- sisted of 33 juveniles and 20 adults, seven covered wagons, horseback riders and walking units. They spent the night in a field of Claude and Leona Foote on Rte. 116 east of town. They had traveled this day from Orford where they camped near the ballfield overnight. They pulled out of camp about 9:30 a.m. and headed for Woodstock and Lincoln. This was a hard day, up one side of Moesilauke and down the other. The wagons were pulled mostly by mules, while sad- dlehorses and walking units made up the rest. I talked with a Mr. Charles Barnes, the scout who travels Nancy Perkins  KORNER by L.FBARNES ' 584-3611 Kimberly McLurewasan  Fo the folk overnight guest Friday, July r wee 17, of Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, Grant, Hannah, Summer is the time for River, Vt. has Andrew, and Betsey. treats: Ice cream cones, juice following recipe. It's The Ryegate United slices of watermelon eaten that her children Presbyterian Women held outside, cotton candy at the a[ their monthly meeting fair, popsicles, and more. Finger Jello Thursday evening, July 16, in Everything seems to taste Ingredients: the church vestry. Mrs better when eaten outside, 2 Fremont Nelson led devotions especially to the little folk. An I six oz. and a short program, everyday supper becomes an 2!.z cups water Following the business adventure at the back-yard V4eupsugar meeting the remainder of the picnic table. Or better yet, Dissolve evening was used to work on pack lunch in a knapsack and in one cup of cold items for the Church Bazaar, stop along some wooded trail aside. In a which will be held in October. or in the meadowland, one cup water to a Andrew Nelson celebrated Popsicles are an all-time Jel]o and sugar. his third birthday Monday, favorite. The ones made at boil. Add gelatin July 20, with his grandmother home of orange or grape (or and add /a cup Mrs. Howard Nelson and his aunt and cousins, Mrs. any chosen) juice, are so Pour intogreased much more flavorful and in refrigerator for Fremont Nelson, Darcy, Matthew, and Ethan joining nutritious than store-packed Cut into sq the family for cake and ice ones. They can be made in cutters to plastic popsicle makers, or like. It's a quick cream in the afternoon, even in ice-cube trays with a snack for Gene Perkins, Jr. spent stick inserted in the cubes, something they can overnight Thursday, July 16, Barbara Leite of Wells prepare. as a guest of Mrs. Jack Pechaski and son David. Floyd R. Ray a 764-9979 and Loralee Kennedy; Charlene and Matthew Pike; Kim, Nelson Jr. and Nathan Kennedy; Rick, Lorie-Ann and Zachariah Warbin, all of Warren; Angela Whitcher of Woodsville, Sandra Leppart, Kendra and Jason of Lon- donderry, Don and Melody Brown, Scott and Eric of Wilmot, Mrs. Pearl Bennett of Orford, Esther McKay and Peter of North Berwick, Maine; Penny Nile, Tammy; Kimberly and Ronnie, also Frank Raymond, all of Eliot, Maine. Letters were read from the Leroy Whitcher Family of Shelbyville, Ind., Dean and Carol Adams and two sons of Hartford, Ct., and the Frank Hutchinson family of Eliot, Maine, expressing their regrets at not being able to attend this year. The oldest person present Mrs. Fairlee " The Fairlee Historical Society elected officers at the annual meeting last week. The president is John Larson; vice-president, Mrs. Dorothy Dooley, and secretary- treasurer, Mrs. Joseph McCleskey. .Mrs. Lawrence Jackman, o[ E. Corinth and Lake Morey, spoke on "Folklore". A social hour followed, at which refreshments were served, including colonial cookies. An item of interest to Fairlee historians was the discovery of another old cemetery in the Brushwood district. Sayre Merritt, stationed at Holloman AFB, N.M., spent some time in Fairlee, visiting friends in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kallberg have returned from "a trip to Florida. Allan Jesseman is taking an Early College Course in Art at Johnson College this summer ahead of the caravan making was Nelson Kennedy's E. Corinth , arrangements where the mother, Mrs. Pearl Bennett; group will camp each night, the youngest, 5-day-old n,. w,.,,., to, wh, is He informed me that two Zachariah Warbin; the family tak'i'n,,'a't'wowes"vac.ation people broke camp last night with all members present, ,.,,.,, o,. a,,,, t the Valley The state police were alerted Nelson and Loralee Kennedy; ".'."::' "Y"': "  .... - kea an " rmmm t;emer, Is spenumg ner and were reformed to p and coming the farthest first vacation wk at hr l r ........................ oyeoutforthesepeope, distance, Esther and Pete ,,,.,,, ,,h,,- gix of hr " on ......... The Juveniles are mostly Mal', who bad iust arrived =.==..,',- ,t,, .... h a judge in Pennsylvania. They The weather was ideal for a "'The ......... doctor"',s ' serving as take this caravan rather than cookout and potluck dishes. It a detention camp They travel was also a first for being held the year round. This is their on a Sunday. Another year it is first trip through New hoped to have an even larger England. They are headed for attendance with some of Bangor, Maine, then will start Barbara Bond's family down the coast and will he in Florida by cold weather. The caravan had several tractors and trailers for hay, tents, water, wagon parts, a kitchen, and one with portable rest rooms. They have a front patrol to warn traffic and a rear patrol to keep traffic moving around the caravan, and they seem to do a good job. Many of the tractors were registered in Arizona, and some of the staff were from represented. Moosilauke Lodge No. 63 F & AM held a regular meeting at the Temple Thursday evening. The lodge was opened by Acting W.M. Tom Wolf, who is replacing Robert Berglund who moved to Oak Ridge, Tenn. We were glad to have visitors from Pa., R.I. and Ohio. The auction held' on Old Home Day was discussed, and it was discovered we had quite a bit left for another auction Pennsylvania. The two escapees were later on. We had other caught at the Plymouth traffic business and petitions and circle Friday morning, plans for activities through the later months. Family Reunion Eugene and Margaret Whitcher hosted a family reunion on Sunday, July 12, with 36 present. Attending were--Randy Whitcher; Jeanne, Josh and Monica Stafursky; Ronnie, Mary and Stacey Whitcher; Esther B. Whitcher: Nelson Lodge closed in due form, peace and harmony prevailing, lunch served in the dining room after the meeting. It was reported that Bob Jones of Greton was in the Veterans Hospital in White River Junction. A card was signed by all and forwarded to him. them to the Society rather than destroy them. Mrs. George Webster has con- tributed some valuable post cards and the late Theodore Heath's pictures are treasured. These may be seen at the Historical Society Room any time the library is open. Larry Sayers may be seen frequently on his training runs through the village. The town is proud of his record achievements and the fact that they have made possible an athletic scholarship at Keene next year. Larry is working on the family farm this summer. Many of our well qualified young people have not been able to find jobs, either summer or permanently. The Rev. Robert Rohb is keeping in touch with them and anyone who knows of an available job may notify Mr. Robb. We urge people to use the talents of these young people. One citizen is grateful for the technical skill with which a CB radio was installed in a car. Mrs. Arthur Creighton (Shirley} had as guests for five days her son, Col. Arthur Creighton, Mrs. Creighton and daughter from Dayton, Ohio, her grandson Staff Sgt. Douglas Creighton, wife and two children from Amster- dam, the Netherlands. The younger family have returned from a five-year tour of duty in Europe and will go to their new assignment in New Mexico. The families were present to enjoy Shirley's beautiful solo in church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Harris are parents of a third daughter, Heidi born July 8 at Mary Hitchcnck Memorial Hospital. Ha//00 Lake group meets W NEWBURY--The 57th annual meeting of the Hall's Lake Association was held last week at Hall's lake picnic grove. There was a record at- tendance by members and friends who enjoyed a picnic supper preceding the meeting. At the close of the business meeting, the following officers were elected: president--Mrs. Martin Weiner: vice president--James Thomas; secr etary-treasurer--Mrs. Robert Queen. t For further information, contact Mrs. Martin Weiner at 429-2436. cook for the group and is assisted by her husband, Hugh, and her mother, Mrs. Allene Adams. Two of the Olsen's daughters-in-law, Janet and Lee Olsen, are instructing the children in craft work In the afternoon, all go to a neighbor's pond for swimming with Grandpa Hugh, Janet and Lee in- structing. The children arrive each day at 7:30 a.m. for breakfast, have lunch at noon and dinner at night before going home . The children participating are Sonya, Kristen and Eric, children of Toby and Janet Oisen of Londonderry, N.H. and E. Corinth; Matthew and Chamonix, children of Earl and Lee Olsen of Charleston, S.C.; and Shannon, daughter of Roy and Lillian Olsen of E. Corinth. The Olsens have three more grandchildren, who were unable to be here, Adam, brother of Shannon, and Tracey Jo and Thomas, children of Aina Jo and Thomas BarnweW Sr. of Atlanta, Ga. July 16 visitors at the home of Mrs. Leo Hutchinson were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blanchard and three daughters of Ellicott City, Md. Mr. Blanchard is the grandson of Mrs. Hattie Carter of Lit- tleton and a former resident of this community. Recent callers of Mrs. Helen Brock were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carleton, Harold and Betsy of W. Newbury and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brock of W. Newbury. July 19 callers were Mrs. larry Drew of Bradford and her mother, Mrs. Bertha Carleton, W. Newbury. Weekend guests of Mrs. Lawrence Jackman at her Lake Morey camp were grandsons Winthrop Jackman Jr. and a friend of Stony Brook, N.Y., and Alan Jack- man of Boston. The three young men attended the 75th reunion of Camp Billings on Lake Morey where they had been former counselors. Miss Ann Jaekman. sister of Winthrop and Alan came July 14 to spend a week with her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Pigdon and two sons of Rnsanna, Australia, and Mr. Vernon Pigdon of Agoura, Calif., called on Mrs. Leo Hutchinson Sunda'. The Keith Pigdons are fnenda of Dr. and Mrs. Edward Sherwood and are staying for a week in the Irwin Worth]ey house. The Church Choir was in charge of the Sunday worship service July 19 and gave the Allan will be a Oxbow High autumn. Mellissa Druge spent several days grandparents, Mr. Newton Bolles. The Federal and the State Resources are making a to determine the valley floor and the of the saturated Those heard around of Lake Morey gentlemen setting charges July 15 From July 31 to Federated Fellowship will hostt group of the Congregational Crown Point, NY. these young folks Pastor Bagley in the Holy Communion. Stella I congregation a singing the entire Those singing in were John Heidenreich, Jim Heidenreich, and Soni Merritt, Cm'olyn Katy Zigler; Donna Townsend, and Maurice Longo was Morrison The church for the week of memory of Sr. and is Volunteers s cleaned and waxed floor July 12, like a new floor. gave of their were Jim Heidenreich John Guests of Mr. Sheldon were Mr. and Simpson Jr. Hartford, Ct. On were joined Marguerite Doe and her dau Daralyn Towle of and Mr. Wayne E. Corinth. Earl Olsen visiting his Mrs. Hugh Olsen days and reunion of his Academy July 11, in Charleston, July 19. Mrs. children stayed visit. Corinth Mr. and M Adams of Sunday visitorS Gokey. Mr. and Mrs. from Bradenton, weekend guestS. Perrin and visite Tom Watkins home after two weeks called Dr. and Mrs. theil of few days ater Irene Carlbro from Ct., were Mr. and Carrier Sunday the 25th of her