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P,, 6-The Journal OpLn_LAn_d 5, 1981 ! . . _ Marcella We Doroth..Thomps_on I! Howe at Merrymeeting Lake Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith of hospitalized at Lak joseinei, as recuperating at the home of Deborah Stewart and her helping her father her niece in Marlborough, partner, David Coburn, will logging. Jerry and Bonnie benefit concert for the Holderness was a _ IIII I III I I II I I I N Bradford , ,, ,, ,,, ,, Kitty Sweet, who is Leslie of Barre; Carol recuperating from surgery at Suzanue of Peoria, Ill.; Darcy the Berlin Hospital, is with her .parents George and Majel Davis in Lower Webstervtlle. Mr. Sweet and children are also there. Edwin and Chris Burke of Middleton, Nova Scotia, spent Tuesday with his cousin, Milton Bedell and wife. He was returning from his brother's funeral at Edmonton, Canada. Stephanie Dvis two-and-a- half year old daughter of Rocky and Donna Davis, tipped a coffee cup over Wednesday, and suffered Ist and 2nd degree burns to her hands. Lucille Santaniello of Brisfol, Conn., is spending a two week vacation with her father, Fred Churchill and wife Joyce. Phylis Walker of Barre and Harry Gooda]l of Northfeld spent Wednesday, July 22, with their nephew, Clifford French and wife Esther. A baby shower was held Wednesday, July 29, at Lyle virginia nedeU If Hi i ii i,lll 439.S720 (Pauline) Sedroa of South- i wick, Mass., visited his sister, !! , B. of Misseulb, Mont., and Mrs. Levi Drew, and other Daphne of Bradford; her five relatives a few days this week. grandsons, Jeromey and Miss Mary T. Dj'ew un- Jamie Svetaka of W. Dum- derwent surgery a[ the Mary merston; Christopher, Hitchcock Hospital in Jonathon, and Timothy Hanover, Wednesday July 29. Sanborn of Barre; Mr. San- Mrs. Joan (French) Porter horn's brothers, Clifford and wife Florence of Lebanon, and Harry and wife Dorah of Lyme Center; his sisters, Norma Frost, husband Roland, and daughter Janet Stewart of Enfleld; Gracie Warren and husband Gilbert of Laconia; Helen Agan and son James of Claremont; nephew Willis LaBombard and wife Ruth of Etna. Michael Svetaka joined Ceclia and sons Sunday, returning to W. Dummerston on Monday. Suzie, Darcy, and Daphne left Monday for a weeks camping trip in Massachusetts. Mr, Jeremiah Murphy of Westfield, Mass., and his daughter, Mrs. Walter and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Attarmsio and family of E. Hartford, Conn., visited Mabel Humphrey a few days this past week. A surlae baby shower for Cindy Ames was held Wed- nesday night at the home of her sister, Roan Ackerman. Hostesses were Roan, Rhenee Thursten, a sister and Mary McGurk. A playpen filled with many useful gifts was presented to Cindy from the 30 freidm and relatives present. Among the refresh- ments was a cake which looked like a cloud with angel babies on it, made by Alice King. Sherry Tullar is on leave from Equity Publishing Co. where she sprained her arm. Carpenters for Laurie Dexter of East Topsham. Mary 00Nells River Carpenter, an aunt, and Joy Churchill, a sister, hosted the surprise shower. A beautiful heart cake with angel babies decorating it was made by Alice King. Gifts filled and surrounded a decorated laundry basket. There were 25 relatives and friends present for the joyous occasion. A cookout at Cliff and Esther Frenches was held July 27 for his grandson, Sven Osgood's 21st birthday. A cak e was made by Esther French. Sven is on a 25-day leave from Elmendore Air Force Base, Anchorage, Alaska. He will he leaving Aug. 4. Present was Sven's family including brother, Eric, who was just discharged from the avionics divison in Rome, N.Y., after four years. Three friends of Eric's from Griffith Air Force Base and Brian Thompson of E. Corinth also attended. Carolyn Sanborn held a Sanborn family gathering at her home on Pleasant St., Saturday, Aug. 25. Present were her five children, Celia Jane Svetaka of W. Dum- merston, Cedric R. and wife E. Corinthm Steila Knapp 439-5762 Mr and Mrs. James Davidsen and two children of Hollywood, Fla., are spending the month of July with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Heidenreich. Winthrop Jackman of Beth- page, N,Y., was a guest of his mother, Mrs. L.M. Jackman at Lake Morey July 21-26. His wife Claire who has been visiting her mother and other relatives in Berre joined him and their daughter, Ann, at the lake and returned home • with him. Mrs. Betty Nash and son, Adam, of Narragansett, R.I., spent the July 24 weekend with her mother, Mrs. Marjerle Justice. The Board of Deacons o/the E. Corinth church conducted the July 26 worship service and Jim Davidson, an elder of the St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Holywoed, Fla., was the guest speaker. During the month of August the union services will be held in the Presbyterian church in Topsham. The steeple lighting this week is given in memory of David M, Knapp by his family. Cracker Barrel Bazaar Rain did not dampen the Cracker Barrel Bazaar which opened July 29 in Newbury with drizzly weather which continued until afternoon the following day. Among the interesting displays was a display by the Newbury Historical Society which in- cluded antique clothing, maps and tools. Many of these items were on loan from the University of Vermont. On the twenty-ninth Mary Ann Samuels presented an entertaining hour of folk tunes and stories using a dulcimer, penny whistle, psaltery and limber jack. The Morris Dancers danced on the green and Sam Moffatt played the Beth Nelson WOMAN ON MARCH--Haverhill Memorial 'Post  Auxiliary members ' ' 757-3429 march In N. Haverhill Fair parade. miscellaneous music. " Katharine Blaisdeli The Two Penny Circus I I I 787-6315 entertained on July 31 and the familiar Fiddlers' Contest was Sympathy is extended to the Keith Belyea and two sons of neadovv, with the tractor held in the evening, family of Alice Thompson, Concord, Mr. and Mrs, driven by Newell Murray. Suppers were served each also to the family of Edith Benjamin Washburne and two This was the 70th year for the evening. Germain. children, and Gary reunion. The oldest attending WelkRlver Russell and Marge Page McQuesten and friend of was Fidela Luce of Quechee, Congregational Church spent a few days on Prince Montpelier. It was a very nice who is 93. Youngest was four- The Women's Fellowship of Edward Island during her day for all. month-old Steve Cbamberlin the Wells River Congregational Church will hold a Food Sale on Aug. 14th beginning at 10 a4n. Rena Farwell and Madeline Eastman are co-chairmen. On Sept. 12th at 9 a.m. there will be a rummage sale. Church School begins on Sept. 13 at 9:00 a.m. with Rany Day. News Briefs dulcimer at the Bailey Club. The Ryegate Missionary In the evening Fyre and Society held a food sale at the Lightning Consort provided Baldwin Memorial Library on medieval music of France and July 31. SPT' Several from town attended sun shone for "The the North Haverhill Fair last Enchanted Cloak" a charming week. theater presentation with Daniel Nelson, and marionettes on July 30. At 5 : 30 Jonathan Parker' took Ruth the Cook's German Band Nelson to Colby-Sawyer played and in the evening the College for the Miss United North Country Chorus sang a Teenager August 4. proIram of light , . • - , , _ Mrs. Esther Johnson On July 26, St. James the Watson, of Fla., and Jackie Apostle Sunday, DavidAdams Gagman and children, of rendered two solos and also Ludlow. To join the festivities, witthessedtothecongregation the Vetal son Bobble and of the Federated Church. friend Steven Fish, rode their Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lin- bikes from Ludlow to liar- dsley and daughters of Hanson, Mass., visited Mrs. Lindsley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Slack, recently. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolles have been Mrs. Holloa' uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norton, of Westbrook, Maine, and her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dane, also of West- brook. A gathering at the summer home here, of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vetal, of Luc Mass., included Mrs. Vetal's mother, Mrs. Mary Clafiin, Ludlow, their daughter Car and Bert Stickney ano daughter, Julia, of Kenai, Alaska; their daughter Deborah and David Sundhorg and daughter Melina, Kodiak, Alaska; Harriet an Robert Atkins, of Thetford; Mr. Atkins Step-mother, Mrs. Mary Atkins, of Fla.; Elizabeth and Karen Clafli,n, of town; Mrs. Claflin s parents, William and Eleanor SUMMER WHITE,ALE MARTEX LUXOR  ' TOWELS t.oot{mm, liqpt dctlem-M €$. FACE ....................... SALES1.99 HAND ................... sa00, s4.49 BATH . .......... s0000e$6.99. 10% OFF ALL 00martexsreet- a tOWELS _ . 10% OFF i 10% OFF AiL-BLANKE=I'S & I _ atL ..... "00K-Lq'S TABLECLOTHS '1.00 OFF All pillows -BEDSPREADS [COMFORTERS vacationfromthepostoffice. The annual Murray family of Benton. Plans are being Alan and Jean Page spent a reunion was held on July 25 at made for the reunion to he in few days at Fort Collins, the Murray farm in Haverhill. Montpelier next year. Colorade State University for There .were 43 present from Several members of Senior the National Institute for Woodsville, Benton, and Citizens attended the July 28th Cooperative Education. They Littleton, N. H.; Quechee, RSVP luncheonmeetingatthe represented the Cabot Randolph, Lincoln, Arlington, Cottage Hospital to learn of Creamery Cooperative, of Montpelier, and No. Thetford, the opportunities for volunteer which Alan is a director. Vermont; Hadley and work in the area. Mike Many local people enjoyed Amherst, Mass.; and Schonberger, coordinator of the musical production of Homesdale, Pa. A potluck volunteers for the Upper "South Pacifc" put on by the dinner was served, followed Valley RSVP conducted the Upstage Players in Lisbon. by a hayride down around the meeting. On Sunday, July 26 there was a gathering of 28 mem- ly hers of the Clough family at e ate, , ,, , , Helen McQuesten's camp on French Pond. They enjoyed a The Ryegate Volunteer Fire camping there. The buffet and an informal belated Department sponsored a Labountys and Stewarts celebration of the fortieth Fiddlers' Contest Saturday, remained overnight, driving wedding anniversary of Fred July 18, in E. Ryogate, with 15 home on Sunday. and Thelma Willey on June 6. fiddlers entered. Prizes were Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Others present were their son awarded to the following: Goodwin, Katrina and Ben- Lyall and wife and three 8eulor Class: 1st--Wilfred jamin of S. Ryegate were children of Cary N. C., Mr. Gutllett  =:nd--brmand Sunday dinner guests July 26 and Mrs. Harold Clough, Boisvert, 3rd--Enoch of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bruce Clough and two Cameron, 4th--Jee Lecouffe; Nelson and daughter Marcy. children of York Beach, Open Class: lst--Btll Walker, Chad Clark of E. Barre is Maine, Florence Clough of 2nd--Jason Bergman, spending this week with his North Haverhill, Mr. andMrs. 3rd--Clem Me vers, 4th--David Carpenter; Junior Ry Class: Ist--Tom Gilman, S, egate ,, 2nd--Shannon Smith. Winston Mr. 'and Mrs. Bruce Bath Village-- 00rrier, Rev. Marion Red: Crawford are the parents of a ding, and Mrs. Kendall Fiske son, Eric, born July 12, 1981, at tland, Vt., making the trip in Susan Pielmell served as judges. Refresh- NVRH in St. Johnebury. Eric thirteen hours. 747-2625 ments were sold by the weighed 5 pounds, 8 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cramer, Library News Ryegate Fire Departments Maternal grandparents are III, and children have Story Hour was conducted Ladies' Auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Potter, returned from a weekend About 60 members and E. Ryegate. Paternal gran- camping trip to Oit, by Sue Picknell this week. The movie was "The Mole and the guests of Blue Mountain dparents are Mr. and Mrs. Malne, where they also vt;ited Chewing Gum," Movable Grange No. 263 gathered at William Crawford, Wood- Mrs, cramer'ssister, puppets were made by the Pleasant Valley Campground sville, N.H. Mrs. Karl Johnson was in children. We received a new Sunday afternoon, July 26, for Mr. and Mrs. Richard the library Saturday, in the set of books for beginner the annual family picnic. Fraser, Christy and Jeff, were absence of Mrs. B. B. Titus. readers. Swimming lessons for boys July 25 guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth My Favorite Recipe and girls entering kin- Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Newton and children have Q. What do you do with all dergarten and older began Hoisington, Post Mills, where • "eturned from a week spent at those zucchinis in the sum- Monday morning, July 27, at they celebrated Mrs. Fraser's akeWtnuepesaukee, N.H. mer? Ticklenaked Pond and will birthday. The Fraser family Gerard Darling, of Atlanta, A, Make Zucchini Pizza. continue for two weeks. Fifty- spent several days recently Ga., visited his parents, Mr. ingredients: eight students are enrolled in visiting her sister and family, and Mrs. John Darling. Friday, he attended a family 3c. coarsely grated zucchini classes ranging from Mr. and Mrs. Henry White, in party at his brother's home in 3 eggs beginners through in- Bennington. one-thirdc.flour termediates. Serving as in- Mrs. Sandy Bombergerand Browrdngton, Vt. On Satur- tomato sance  structnrs and aides are Judy son, Mineral Ridge, Ohio, day, John F. III won first prize cheese and any other topping Vance, Nancy Perkins, Lee have been visiting her mother, in the horse show at Barton desired. Carvalho, Jeanette McLure, Mrs. Eve Beckley and sister Fair. Procedure; Salt zuchlni and.BonnieVance, and husband, Mr. and Mrs. and let stand 15 minutes. Add: James Nelson accompanied Jonathan Ruppert. North Haverhill eggs and flour. Bake at 350 his cousin Mrs. Stewart Rider Mrs. Norman Bone and degrees for 20-25 minutes in a of Mclndoo Falls to Roxbury Walter Bone visited her sister, . . _ _s 9 x 14 pan. Then brofltil brown Monday, July 27, to visit his Mrs. Beulah Miller, in pro]l (about 5 min.). Put sauce and  Mrs. Harvey Fletcher Colchester, Sunday. N. HAVERHIIAf-Dawn R. cheetah d ouyov°ta ting and another niece Mrs. Ruth Several from here attended on arm IRe Felix, daughter of retired Air • Melcher, who is visiting here the church service in the Force Master Sgt. and Mrs. untilcheesemelta.Delicious!! fromTexas- Norman F. Page Sr. of N. Card Party Mrs. Henry Gates liosted a Barnet Center United Haverhill, has been specially On July 27 the Card Party Creative Circle craft party ...... .!! identified for early promotion consisted of six tables. WwitlSneday , July =, Haekett's Hill to senior airman in the U.S. Prizeswentto: r 8u pt. , AirForce. Ladies High -- Emily . and Mrs. Fremont The Angeles of Cranston, The airman was awarded Metcalf, Second High _ Nehum, Mr. and Mrs. Edward R.I., are up for a few days, at the new rating ahead or other Bessie Anderson, Middle -- M cLure,. Mr. and Mrs. Guy their chalet, doing some Air Force members by a Nellie Hunt. aoounty, Philip Nelson, repair work. _ "below-the.zone" promotion Men High -- Lawrence Ellsworth and Willard Mr. Cario Pinggia was at the board which considered job Woods, Second High--Alfred 8ogeston attended Veteran s Hospital a few days performance, military Stevens, Middle -- Roscoe . ooslauke .Grange in E. last week but is at home now. rmvorhill, N.H., Tuesday Mr and Mrs Richard knowledge, hearing and self- Noyes. evening, July 28. Mr. and Mrs Petm were in C.,onnecticut improvement efforts. Special Food Prizes -- Felix is an inventory Bessie Anderson, Charles Labountywerepresentedwith last week visitiug friends. management specialist at Bailey, Dorothy Presby, their 25Tyear membership Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dewing certificates. During the and sons of Rochester, N.H. Clark Air Base, Philippines, Beulah Bowleg. program special music was were Sunday callers at Edna Door -- Agnes Pelletier, provided by Madeline Haekett's. with the 3rd Tactical Fighter Charles Bailey. Wing. Beulah Labonnty, Ronnle Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Carlo Pioggia Her husband, Luis, is the Most zeroes -- son of Mr. and Mrs. Luls Felix Bowles, Charles Bailey. Buffy Lackie, and Laurie were callers of Edna Hacker Lunch was served with cup Hastings. Monday evening. Sr.- of 222 Linden Ave., Jersey cakes and cold drink. Charles Rounds of Pewnal Mrs. Ruby Hacker and City, N.J. arrived Tuesday evening, July sister Eleanor Rowell of 28, to spend several days with Chelsea, and nephew Keith his daughter and family Mr. Dewing were visitors of Edna and Mrs. William Nelson, HackettonWedmmday. Grant, Hannah, Andrew, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Betsey. Klesmichen were callers at Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lebounty, Edna Hackett's on Wed- with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard nesday. Stewart of N. Springfield, The Hackett girls, drove to Maine Saturday daughters of late Harvey morning, July 25, to Keysar Hackett met at the Hackett Lake, where they joined their Farm on Saturday, were Mrs. daughter and family, Mr. and Eleanor Burroughs of Corinth, M[, WIIW W Mrs. James Stewart and Elsie Davis and Carrie Martin '7Z Sonia, from West Ken-of town with their cousin, nebunkport, Maine, who were Clare Abbott of Springfield, Real Estate Associates. George Evers entertained his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Collier of New London, and Mrs. Collier's sister and brother-in-law of Grangemouth, Scotland on Saturday. Chris Wright, son of the former Susan Smith, who has been visiting his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Staf- ford Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Fay Wright of Warren, returned on Monday to his home in Oregon. Emma Cardin of Weod- sville, formerly of Wentworth, was a visitor at Market Day festivities. Mr. and Mrs. Abijah Bray and Mrs. Marion Wheeler have returned to their home in Gloversville, N.Y., after a stay with the Staffo/-d Smiths. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis of White Plains, N.Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hamilton and daughter Vicky of Lakepert, N.Y. were at the Hamilton Cottage this week. Mrs. Hamilton is the Lewis' daughter and sister to Luke and Mike Lewis of Stinson Lake. Richard Borger is home from the hospital but will undergo further tests at Mary Hitchccck Memorial. Melissa Brock entertained her eldest son Warren and his wife of New York City and their grandson, Michael Buffer, of New Orleans; Mr. and Mrs. Winston Brock of Vernon, Conn.; her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Young of Milford, and Mr. and Mrs. Enea Evangelista and Chierichetti of Plymouth have Plymouth Children's Center at Rockledge on Friday. purchased the home of Ruth 7 Thursday evening, August 6 Richard Berger wl and Jim Sergeant on 25A. The in Silver Hall, Plymouth. to Sceva Speare sale was arranged by Parts Tickets are $3 for a family of Sunday and placed any size. Singles are $1. The intensive care unit. music will be for adults and Josephine Timm children, home Saturday after They are in the cast of at Mary Hitchcock I "Diamond Studs" with the The All-Star base Weathervane Theatre in will be played Sur Whitefield. p.m. in Warren. The Bristol Boy's Day Camp Miss Ursula Ken had an outing to Cove's Falls Marcella Hoffm on Thursday. George Evers spent State Trooper Thomas in Nashua visiting t Hardy had an experience this Kepler, Mr. Evers' week he says be doesn't care Mrs. Floyd G to repeat. He was to pick up tertained Mr. a two boys for questioning with Thomas Caruso of regard to some stolen gas. The Mass., and boys would not stop and Hardy Maryanne, and tl had to drive down 93 at speeds daughter, Mrs. Jog in excess of 100 miles per hour of Merrimac, MasS before he caught up with them weekend. Mrs. Car9 at exit 18 in Canterbury. Cove's sister. Winners in the FAST Squad Gary Randall .raffle on Market Day are: Dot ill at home this pa Jessaman, load of wood; Judy back towork. Huggerd, afghan; Rowell While watching 1 Ray, lazy Susan; Don around his barnhe Haymen, hot dog pillow; Rita last Sunday, Bill Rogers, banana pillow; La struck in the head Ross family, candle lamp; stone. He was taken Den Kelley, loaf of bread, Speare Memorial el Mrs. CostarHalvazes. room where the w closed by several stir Lisbon HidahBedard Sylena Puffer, v/t 838-6725 drowned in the servation pond Another Member Road, is continuing for A.V.S.C.C. Mary Hitchcock There were 55 Ammonoosuc where those Valley Seniors who met at the have only the Lisbon Town Hall July 29. A for those who former guest, Elizabeth month-old toddler: Parks, became a new who applied member; Bernice Benoit was Warren FAST a guest of the Curtises, and Peters and the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mclntyre staff and Mass. were guests of Ruth Whit- comb. Mrs. Ruth Mclntyre drawn out but won a door prize and a Game responding to the l)ay prize; and Mr. Mclntyre car was the big winner on Game The financial ; she is being give e financial Day. tremendous. To  Nancy Perkins Refreshments of cupcakes Plymouth Guaran  5S4.:;  and beverages were served by Bank has establ grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Marjorie Clement and corn- Puffer Special Carroll Eastman. mlttee before door prizes went The Pemi Bank has Mr. andMrs. GuyLabounty, to: F. Wetherbee, L. Aldrich, Puffer fund care Mr. and Mrs. Alfred LaBay, R. Mclntyre, M. Presby, B. Pettingill. and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Main Sweet, H. Aldrich, M. Htmt, F. Some of her cot attended a reorganizational Parker, M Stahlman, E. coming from meeting and luncheon of Parks, and D. Whitcomb. some from Rhode Retired Senior Volunteer A note of thanks was read by up a table at the M Program (R.S.V.P.) at Cot- the secretary from Evelyn They will accept f Cote Stacey for the book articles, white e tage Hospital Tuesday, July donated to the Lisbon _Library foods, etc. The ite 28. in memory of Evelyn s 96-brought to the u year-old mother. Letters from morning or left t Edna Beland (Maryland) and week at the home .... Dorothy Homeister Helen Wright (Washington)Stewart, her gra indicated they were getting who lives in the fir Presbyterian Church, the settled, but New Hampshire the right. closing session of the Green was still real great. Mt. Camp. President Wetherbee named Delbert Frost, Walpole, two committees: Nominating N.H., spent the week with his _ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Curtis Driver mother, Mrs. Winnie Frost. and Mr. and Mrs. James Sunday he took his mother, Morrison. The Annual for flLiol  and aunt, Mrs. Mary Frost, to Meeting committee is Walpole to attend a baby Catherine Snell and Lillian BRADFORD--An shower for his daughter, Mrs. McBurney, ready to receive education Nina Aldrich. Thursday two the increased dues. Mature Driving, grandsons, Timothy and The free blood pressure specifically to Stephen Black, Westfieid, clinic willbe hold this morning drivers Mass., came to spend several and in the afternoon, the skills days with their grandmother, grandson of the Melvin day Classroom Mrs. Marian Brown and Haynes has a new repertoire course from 9:: sister Ruby, Littleton, N.H., of magic. Guests are and from 12:30 called on Mrs. Roris McLam, welcome, and Doris Jndd's August 12-13 at Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Lou White and committee will serve cookies School. and punch. The birthday There is a $5 five childron (Illinois) are luncheon will be held at for materials. spending some time with her "Whistle Stop" (Lisbon) on information or parents, Rev. and Mrs. Aug. 12, with the following call Mildred McN RolandDaniels. . being honored: Evelyn Buck, 9662 or Hazel Mr. Edward Day and Miss Allen Clement, Ethel Clough, 5995. Angela Gray, " West Ben Daycock, Alta Howland, Developed bYr k Springfield, Mass., called on Arthur Hunt, Dorothy Retired Teache i Mrs. Winnie Frost Wed- McKown, Doris Portia, Lila and the Associati nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Tahburn, Agnes Rowell, Persons, this i Phyllis Schoff, Isabella Smith, course of its kin db Davison, Gales Ferry, Conn., Agnes Swenson, Elsie particular nee spent the weekend with her Swinyer, Ruth Whitcomb, and motorists. d parents, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Barbara Young. A bus trip to The effects Doe. the Sugar Hill Museum is medication on planned for afterwards, driving rules, I hazards and prevention , t amoug the the six-session Vt. with Edna Hackett. THETFORD HISTORICAL sessions a day. do Mrs. Lena Corti and Mrs. SOCIETY . . older drivers Edward Brown were callers of THETFORD--Auctioneer traffic violattOr EdaaHackettalso. William Godfrey ofW. Fairlee seckliesngs, .dr.,d Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dewing will discuss "Old Fashioned drv,.:' and sons of Rochester, N.H., Auctioneering and the Junk significant d e. d are vacationing this week at You Can Accumulate" at the Seaton, the tlzT, the Davis Camp. annual meeting of the Thor- dinator Ofrtvi Earl and son Jon were ford Historical Society in the Mature visitors of Edna Hackett on Thetford Center community explains that Sunday. center at 8 p.m. Aug. 15. The problems when The Sulivans of Connecticut meeting is open to "non- driving situatio are at their place this last members with no admission quick respon.,.2  weekend, charge, interaction win,  The Angeli's of Cranston, " .... 55 Alive , w?, R.[., left for home Monday with data coll, afternoon. BITS OF INFORMATION motor vehicle ,' Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dewing Leather bound books need throughout the/ and sobs, and Elsie Davis special care, starting when frumanumibern¢ were visitors in Graniteville at new. Once a year, apply white groups i the home of Mr. and Mrs. petroleum jelly, lanolin or American tbei' George Davis. saddle soap. Association, Dinner guests of Edna Optometric Hacker were Mr. and Mrs. the Americe Larry Dewing and sons and ASscciatirli Eleanor Burroughs. NEW  SON ARRIVES Mr. and ll;t-t-tell  Mr. and Mrs. John BRADFORD BINGO Hathaway of Bradford are the Fairlee are i t  BRADFORD--Bingo will be parents of a baby boy, baby boy, Ma-:,,P held in the Bradford Legion Zachary Edward, born July 26 horn July 18atrW'- Hall today, Aug. 5, at 7:30 p.m. at Alice Peck Day Hospital. Hospital. P,, 6-The Journal OpLn_LAn_d 5, 1981 ! . . _ Marcella We Doroth..Thomps_on I! Howe at Merrymeeting Lake Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith of hospitalized at Lak joseinei, as recuperating at the home of Deborah Stewart and her helping her father her niece in Marlborough, partner, David Coburn, will logging. Jerry and Bonnie benefit concert for the Holderness was a _ IIII I III I I II I I I N Bradford , ,, ,, ,,, ,, Kitty Sweet, who is Leslie of Barre; Carol recuperating from surgery at Suzanue of Peoria, Ill.; Darcy the Berlin Hospital, is with her .parents George and Majel Davis in Lower Webstervtlle. Mr. Sweet and children are also there. Edwin and Chris Burke of Middleton, Nova Scotia, spent Tuesday with his cousin, Milton Bedell and wife. He was returning from his brother's funeral at Edmonton, Canada. Stephanie Dvis two-and-a- half year old daughter of Rocky and Donna Davis, tipped a coffee cup over Wednesday, and suffered Ist and 2nd degree burns to her hands. Lucille Santaniello of Brisfol, Conn., is spending a two week vacation with her father, Fred Churchill and wife Joyce. Phylis Walker of Barre and Harry Gooda]l of Northfeld spent Wednesday, July 22, with their nephew, Clifford French and wife Esther. A baby shower was held Wednesday, July 29, at Lyle virginia nedeU If Hi i ii i,lll 439.S720 (Pauline) Sedroa of South- i wick, Mass., visited his sister, !! , B. of Misseulb, Mont., and Mrs. Levi Drew, and other Daphne of Bradford; her five relatives a few days this week. grandsons, Jeromey and Miss Mary T. Dj'ew un- Jamie Svetaka of W. Dum- derwent surgery a[ the Mary merston; Christopher, Hitchcock Hospital in Jonathon, and Timothy Hanover, Wednesday July 29. Sanborn of Barre; Mr. San- Mrs. Joan (French) Porter horn's brothers, Clifford and wife Florence of Lebanon, and Harry and wife Dorah of Lyme Center; his sisters, Norma Frost, husband Roland, and daughter Janet Stewart of Enfleld; Gracie Warren and husband Gilbert of Laconia; Helen Agan and son James of Claremont; nephew Willis LaBombard and wife Ruth of Etna. Michael Svetaka joined Ceclia and sons Sunday, returning to W. Dummerston on Monday. Suzie, Darcy, and Daphne left Monday for a weeks camping trip in Massachusetts. Mr, Jeremiah Murphy of Westfield, Mass., and his daughter, Mrs. Walter and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Attarmsio and family of E. Hartford, Conn., visited Mabel Humphrey a few days this past week. A surlae baby shower for Cindy Ames was held Wed- nesday night at the home of her sister, Roan Ackerman. Hostesses were Roan, Rhenee Thursten, a sister and Mary McGurk. A playpen filled with many useful gifts was presented to Cindy from the 30 freidm and relatives present. Among the refresh- ments was a cake which looked like a cloud with angel babies on it, made by Alice King. Sherry Tullar is on leave from Equity Publishing Co. where she sprained her arm. Carpenters for Laurie Dexter of East Topsham. Mary 00Nells River Carpenter, an aunt, and Joy Churchill, a sister, hosted the surprise shower. A beautiful heart cake with angel babies decorating it was made by Alice King. Gifts filled and surrounded a decorated laundry basket. There were 25 relatives and friends present for the joyous occasion. A cookout at Cliff and Esther Frenches was held July 27 for his grandson, Sven Osgood's 21st birthday. A cak e was made by Esther French. Sven is on a 25-day leave from Elmendore Air Force Base, Anchorage, Alaska. He will he leaving Aug. 4. Present was Sven's family including brother, Eric, who was just discharged from the avionics divison in Rome, N.Y., after four years. Three friends of Eric's from Griffith Air Force Base and Brian Thompson of E. Corinth also attended. Carolyn Sanborn held a Sanborn family gathering at her home on Pleasant St., Saturday, Aug. 25. Present were her five children, Celia Jane Svetaka of W. Dum- merston, Cedric R. and wife E. Corinthm Steila Knapp 439-5762 Mr and Mrs. James Davidsen and two children of Hollywood, Fla., are spending the month of July with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Heidenreich. Winthrop Jackman of Beth- page, N,Y., was a guest of his mother, Mrs. L.M. Jackman at Lake Morey July 21-26. His wife Claire who has been visiting her mother and other relatives in Berre joined him and their daughter, Ann, at the lake and returned home • with him. Mrs. Betty Nash and son, Adam, of Narragansett, R.I., spent the July 24 weekend with her mother, Mrs. Marjerle Justice. The Board of Deacons o/the E. Corinth church conducted the July 26 worship service and Jim Davidson, an elder of the St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Holywoed, Fla., was the guest speaker. During the month of August the union services will be held in the Presbyterian church in Topsham. The steeple lighting this week is given in memory of David M, Knapp by his family. Cracker Barrel Bazaar Rain did not dampen the Cracker Barrel Bazaar which opened July 29 in Newbury with drizzly weather which continued until afternoon the following day. Among the interesting displays was a display by the Newbury Historical Society which in- cluded antique clothing, maps and tools. Many of these items were on loan from the University of Vermont. On the twenty-ninth Mary Ann Samuels presented an entertaining hour of folk tunes and stories using a dulcimer, penny whistle, psaltery and limber jack. The Morris Dancers danced on the green and Sam Moffatt played the Beth Nelson WOMAN ON MARCH--Haverhill Memorial 'Post  Auxiliary members ' ' 757-3429 march In N. Haverhill Fair parade. miscellaneous music. " Katharine Blaisdeli The Two Penny Circus I I I 787-6315 entertained on July 31 and the familiar Fiddlers' Contest was Sympathy is extended to the Keith Belyea and two sons of neadovv, with the tractor held in the evening, family of Alice Thompson, Concord, Mr. and Mrs, driven by Newell Murray. Suppers were served each also to the family of Edith Benjamin Washburne and two This was the 70th year for the evening. Germain. children, and Gary reunion. The oldest attending WelkRlver Russell and Marge Page McQuesten and friend of was Fidela Luce of Quechee, Congregational Church spent a few days on Prince Montpelier. It was a very nice who is 93. Youngest was four- The Women's Fellowship of Edward Island during her day for all. month-old Steve Cbamberlin the Wells River Congregational Church will hold a Food Sale on Aug. 14th beginning at 10 a4n. Rena Farwell and Madeline Eastman are co-chairmen. On Sept. 12th at 9 a.m. there will be a rummage sale. Church School begins on Sept. 13 at 9:00 a.m. with Rany Day. News Briefs dulcimer at the Bailey Club. The Ryegate Missionary In the evening Fyre and Society held a food sale at the Lightning Consort provided Baldwin Memorial Library on medieval music of France and July 31. SPT' Several from town attended sun shone for "The the North Haverhill Fair last Enchanted Cloak" a charming week. theater presentation with Daniel Nelson, and marionettes on July 30. At 5 : 30 Jonathan Parker' took Ruth the Cook's German Band Nelson to Colby-Sawyer played and in the evening the College for the Miss United North Country Chorus sang a Teenager August 4. proIram of light , . • - , , _ Mrs. Esther Johnson On July 26, St. James the Watson, of Fla., and Jackie Apostle Sunday, DavidAdams Gagman and children, of rendered two solos and also Ludlow. To join the festivities, witthessedtothecongregation the Vetal son Bobble and of the Federated Church. friend Steven Fish, rode their Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lin- bikes from Ludlow to liar- dsley and daughters of Hanson, Mass., visited Mrs. Lindsley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Slack, recently. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolles have been Mrs. Holloa' uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norton, of Westbrook, Maine, and her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dane, also of West- brook. A gathering at the summer home here, of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vetal, of Luc Mass., included Mrs. Vetal's mother, Mrs. Mary Clafiin, Ludlow, their daughter Car and Bert Stickney ano daughter, Julia, of Kenai, Alaska; their daughter Deborah and David Sundhorg and daughter Melina, Kodiak, Alaska; Harriet an Robert Atkins, of Thetford; Mr. Atkins Step-mother, Mrs. Mary Atkins, of Fla.; Elizabeth and Karen Clafli,n, of town; Mrs. Claflin s parents, William and Eleanor SUMMER WHITE,ALE MARTEX LUXOR  ' TOWELS t.oot{mm, liqpt dctlem-M €$. FACE ....................... SALES1.99 HAND ................... sa00, s4.49 BATH . .......... s0000e$6.99. 10% OFF ALL 00martexsreet- a tOWELS _ . 10% OFF i 10% OFF AiL-BLANKE=I'S & I _ atL ..... "00K-Lq'S TABLECLOTHS '1.00 OFF All pillows -BEDSPREADS [COMFORTERS vacationfromthepostoffice. The annual Murray family of Benton. Plans are being Alan and Jean Page spent a reunion was held on July 25 at made for the reunion to he in few days at Fort Collins, the Murray farm in Haverhill. Montpelier next year. Colorade State University for There .were 43 present from Several members of Senior the National Institute for Woodsville, Benton, and Citizens attended the July 28th Cooperative Education. They Littleton, N. H.; Quechee, RSVP luncheonmeetingatthe represented the Cabot Randolph, Lincoln, Arlington, Cottage Hospital to learn of Creamery Cooperative, of Montpelier, and No. Thetford, the opportunities for volunteer which Alan is a director. Vermont; Hadley and work in the area. Mike Many local people enjoyed Amherst, Mass.; and Schonberger, coordinator of the musical production of Homesdale, Pa. A potluck volunteers for the Upper "South Pacifc" put on by the dinner was served, followed Valley RSVP conducted the Upstage Players in Lisbon. by a hayride down around the meeting. On Sunday, July 26 there was a gathering of 28 mem- ly hers of the Clough family at e ate, , ,, , , Helen McQuesten's camp on French Pond. They enjoyed a The Ryegate Volunteer Fire camping there. The buffet and an informal belated Department sponsored a Labountys and Stewarts celebration of the fortieth Fiddlers' Contest Saturday, remained overnight, driving wedding anniversary of Fred July 18, in E. Ryogate, with 15 home on Sunday. and Thelma Willey on June 6. fiddlers entered. Prizes were Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Others present were their son awarded to the following: Goodwin, Katrina and Ben- Lyall and wife and three 8eulor Class: 1st--Wilfred jamin of S. Ryegate were children of Cary N. C., Mr. Gutllett  =:nd--brmand Sunday dinner guests July 26 and Mrs. Harold Clough, Boisvert, 3rd--Enoch of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bruce Clough and two Cameron, 4th--Jee Lecouffe; Nelson and daughter Marcy. children of York Beach, Open Class: lst--Btll Walker, Chad Clark of E. Barre is Maine, Florence Clough of 2nd--Jason Bergman, spending this week with his North Haverhill, Mr. andMrs. 3rd--Clem Me vers, 4th--David Carpenter; Junior Ry Class: Ist--Tom Gilman, S, egate ,, 2nd--Shannon Smith. Winston Mr. 'and Mrs. Bruce Bath Village-- 00rrier, Rev. Marion Red: Crawford are the parents of a ding, and Mrs. Kendall Fiske son, Eric, born July 12, 1981, at tland, Vt., making the trip in Susan Pielmell served as judges. Refresh- NVRH in St. Johnebury. Eric thirteen hours. 747-2625 ments were sold by the weighed 5 pounds, 8 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cramer, Library News Ryegate Fire Departments Maternal grandparents are III, and children have Story Hour was conducted Ladies' Auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Potter, returned from a weekend About 60 members and E. Ryegate. Paternal gran- camping trip to Oit, by Sue Picknell this week. The movie was "The Mole and the guests of Blue Mountain dparents are Mr. and Mrs. Malne, where they also vt;ited Chewing Gum," Movable Grange No. 263 gathered at William Crawford, Wood- Mrs, cramer'ssister, puppets were made by the Pleasant Valley Campground sville, N.H. Mrs. Karl Johnson was in children. We received a new Sunday afternoon, July 26, for Mr. and Mrs. Richard the library Saturday, in the set of books for beginner the annual family picnic. Fraser, Christy and Jeff, were absence of Mrs. B. B. Titus. readers. Swimming lessons for boys July 25 guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth My Favorite Recipe and girls entering kin- Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Newton and children have Q. What do you do with all dergarten and older began Hoisington, Post Mills, where • "eturned from a week spent at those zucchinis in the sum- Monday morning, July 27, at they celebrated Mrs. Fraser's akeWtnuepesaukee, N.H. mer? Ticklenaked Pond and will birthday. The Fraser family Gerard Darling, of Atlanta, A, Make Zucchini Pizza. continue for two weeks. Fifty- spent several days recently Ga., visited his parents, Mr. ingredients: eight students are enrolled in visiting her sister and family, and Mrs. John Darling. Friday, he attended a family 3c. coarsely grated zucchini classes ranging from Mr. and Mrs. Henry White, in party at his brother's home in 3 eggs beginners through in- Bennington. one-thirdc.flour termediates. Serving as in- Mrs. Sandy Bombergerand Browrdngton, Vt. On Satur- tomato sance  structnrs and aides are Judy son, Mineral Ridge, Ohio, day, John F. III won first prize cheese and any other topping Vance, Nancy Perkins, Lee have been visiting her mother, in the horse show at Barton desired. Carvalho, Jeanette McLure, Mrs. Eve Beckley and sister Fair. Procedure; Salt zuchlni and.BonnieVance, and husband, Mr. and Mrs. and let stand 15 minutes. Add: James Nelson accompanied Jonathan Ruppert. North Haverhill eggs and flour. Bake at 350 his cousin Mrs. Stewart Rider Mrs. Norman Bone and degrees for 20-25 minutes in a of Mclndoo Falls to Roxbury Walter Bone visited her sister, . . _ _s 9 x 14 pan. Then brofltil brown Monday, July 27, to visit his Mrs. Beulah Miller, in pro]l (about 5 min.). Put sauce and  Mrs. Harvey Fletcher Colchester, Sunday. N. HAVERHIIAf-Dawn R. cheetah d ouyov°ta ting and another niece Mrs. Ruth Several from here attended on arm IRe Felix, daughter of retired Air • Melcher, who is visiting here the church service in the Force Master Sgt. and Mrs. untilcheesemelta.Delicious!! fromTexas. Norman F. Page Sr. of N. Card Party Mrs. Henry Gates liosted a Barnet Center United Haverhill, has been specially On July 27 the Card Party Creative Circle craft party ...... .!! identified for early promotion consisted of six tables. WwitlSneday , July =, Haekett's Hill to senior airman in the U.S. Prizeswentto: r 8u pt. , AirForce. Ladies High -- Emily . and Mrs. Fremont The Angeles of Cranston, The airman was awarded Metcalf, Second High _ Nehum, Mr. and Mrs. Edward R.I., are up for a few days, at the new rating ahead or other Bessie Anderson, Middle -- M cLure,. Mr. and Mrs. Guy their chalet, doing some Air Force members by a Nellie Hunt. aoounty, Philip Nelson, repair work. _ "below-the.zone" promotion Men High -- Lawrence Ellsworth and Willard Mr. Cario Pinggia was at the board which considered job Woods, Second High--Alfred 8ogeston attended Veteran s Hospital a few days performance, military Stevens, Middle -- Roscoe . ooslauke .Grange in E. last week but is at home now. rmvorhill, N.H., Tuesday Mr and Mrs Richard knowledge, hearing and self- Noyes. evening, July 28. Mr. and Mrs Petm were in C.,onnecticut improvement efforts. Special Food Prizes -- Felix is an inventory Bessie Anderson, Charles Labountywerepresentedwith last week visitiug friends. management specialist at Bailey, Dorothy Presby, their 25Tyear membership Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dewing certificates. During the and sons of Rochester, N.H. Clark Air Base, Philippines, Beulah Bowleg. program special music was were Sunday callers at Edna Door -- Agnes Pelletier, provided by Madeline Haekett's. with the 3rd Tactical Fighter Charles Bailey. Wing. Beulah Labonnty, Ronnle Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Carlo Pioggia Her husband, Luis, is the Most zeroes -- son of Mr. and Mrs. Luls Felix Bowles, Charles Bailey. Buffy Lackie, and Laurie were callers of Edna Hacker Lunch was served with cup Hastings. Monday evening. Sr.- of 222 Linden Ave., Jersey cakes and cold drink. Charles Rounds of Pewnal Mrs. Ruby Hacker and City, N.J. arrived Tuesday evening, July sister Eleanor Rowell of 28, to spend several days with Chelsea, and nephew Keith his daughter and family Mr. Dewing were visitors of Edna and Mrs. William Nelson, HackettonWedmmday. Grant, Hannah, Andrew, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Betsey. Klesmichen were callers at Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lebounty, Edna Hackett's on Wed- with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard nesday. Stewart of N. Springfield, The Hackett girls, drove to Maine Saturday daughters of late Harvey morning, July 25, to Keysar Hackett met at the Hackett Lake, where they joined their Farm on Saturday, were Mrs. daughter and family, Mr. and Eleanor Burroughs of Corinth, M[, WIIW W Mrs. James Stewart and Elsie Davis and Carrie Martin '7Z Sonia, from West Ken-of town with their cousin, nebunkport, Maine, who were Clare Abbott of Springfield, Real Estate Associates. George Evers entertained his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Collier of New London, and Mrs. Collier's sister and brother-in-law of Grangemouth, Scotland on Saturday. Chris Wright, son of the former Susan Smith, who has been visiting his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Staf- ford Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Fay Wright of Warren, returned on Monday to his home in Oregon. Emma Cardin of Weod- sville, formerly of Wentworth, was a visitor at Market Day festivities. Mr. and Mrs. Abijah Bray and Mrs. Marion Wheeler have returned to their home in Gloversville, N.Y., after a stay with the Staffo/-d Smiths. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis of White Plains, N.Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hamilton and daughter Vicky of Lakepert, N.Y. were at the Hamilton Cottage this week. Mrs. Hamilton is the Lewis' daughter and sister to Luke and Mike Lewis of Stinson Lake. Richard Borger is home from the hospital but will undergo further tests at Mary Hitchccck Memorial. Melissa Brock entertained her eldest son Warren and his wife of New York City and their grandson, Michael Buffer, of New Orleans; Mr. and Mrs. Winston Brock of Vernon, Conn.; her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Young of Milford, and Mr. and Mrs. Enea Evangelista and Chierichetti of Plymouth have Plymouth Children's Center at Rockledge on Friday. purchased the home of Ruth 7 Thursday evening, August 6 Richard Berger wl and Jim Sergeant on 25A. The in Silver Hall, Plymouth. to Sceva Speare sale was arranged by Parts Tickets are $3 for a family of Sunday and placed any size. Singles are $1. The intensive care unit. music will be for adults and Josephine Timm children, home Saturday after They are in the cast of at Mary Hitchcock I "Diamond Studs" with the The All-Star base Weathervane Theatre in will be played Sur Whitefield. p.m. in Warren. The Bristol Boy's Day Camp Miss Ursula Ken had an outing to Cove's Falls Marcella Hoffm on Thursday. George Evers spent State Trooper Thomas in Nashua visiting t Hardy had an experience this Kepler, Mr. Evers' week he says be doesn't care Mrs. Floyd G to repeat. He was to pick up tertained Mr. a two boys for questioning with Thomas Caruso of regard to some stolen gas. The Mass., and boys would not stop and Hardy Maryanne, and tl had to drive down 93 at speeds daughter, Mrs. Jog in excess of 100 miles per hour of Merrimac, MasS before he caught up with them weekend. Mrs. Car9 at exit 18 in Canterbury. Cove's sister. Winners in the FAST Squad Gary Randall .raffle on Market Day are: Dot ill at home this pa Jessaman, load of wood; Judy back towork. Huggerd, afghan; Rowell While watching 1 Ray, lazy Susan; Don around his barnhe Haymen, hot dog pillow; Rita last Sunday, Bill Rogers, banana pillow; La struck in the head Ross family, candle lamp; stone. He was taken Den Kelley, loaf of bread, Speare Memorial el Mrs. CostarHalvazes. room where the w closed by several stir Lisbon HidahBedard Sylena Puffer, v/t 838-6725 drowned in the servation pond Another Member Road, is continuing for A.V.S.C.C. Mary Hitchcock There were 55 Ammonoosuc where those Valley Seniors who met at the have only the Lisbon Town Hall July 29. A for those who former guest, Elizabeth month-old toddler: Parks, became a new who applied member; Bernice Benoit was Warren FAST a guest of the Curtises, and Peters and the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mclntyre staff and Mass. were guests of Ruth Whit- comb. Mrs. Ruth Mclntyre drawn out but won a door prize and a Game responding to the l)ay prize; and Mr. Mclntyre car was the big winner on Game The financial ; she is being give e financial Day. tremendous. To  Nancy Perkins Refreshments of cupcakes Plymouth Guaran  5S4.:;  and beverages were served by Bank has establ grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Marjorie Clement and corn- Puffer Special Carroll Eastman. mlttee before door prizes went The Pemi Bank has Mr. andMrs. GuyLabounty, to: F. Wetherbee, L. Aldrich, Puffer fund care Mr. and Mrs. Alfred LaBay, R. Mclntyre, M. Presby, B. Pettingill. and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Main Sweet, H. Aldrich, M. Htmt, F. Some of her cot attended a reorganizational Parker, M Stahlman, E. coming from meeting and luncheon of Parks, and D. Whitcomb. some from Rhode Retired Senior Volunteer A note of thanks was read by up a table at the M Program (R.S.V.P.) at Cot- the secretary from Evelyn They will accept f Cote Stacey for the book articles, white e tage Hospital Tuesday, July donated to the Lisbon _Library foods, etc. The ite 28. in memory of Evelyn s 96-brought to the u year-old mother. Letters from morning or left t Edna Beland (Maryland) and week at the home .... Dorothy Homeister Helen Wright (Washington)Stewart, her gra indicated they were getting who lives in the fir Presbyterian Church, the settled, but New Hampshire the right. closing session of the Green was still real great. Mt. Camp. President Wetherbee named Delbert Frost, Walpole, two committees: Nominating N.H., spent the week with his _ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Curtis Driver mother, Mrs. Winnie Frost. and Mr. and Mrs. James Sunday he took his mother, Morrison. The Annual for flLiol  and aunt, Mrs. Mary Frost, to Meeting committee is Walpole to attend a baby Catherine Snell and Lillian BRADFORD--An shower for his daughter, Mrs. McBurney, ready to receive education Nina Aldrich. Thursday two the increased dues. Mature Driving, grandsons, Timothy and The free blood pressure specifically to Stephen Black, Westfieid, clinic willbe hold this morning drivers Mass., came to spend several and in the afternoon, the skills days with their grandmother, grandson of the Melvin day Classroom Mrs. Marian Brown and Haynes has a new repertoire course from 9:: sister Ruby, Littleton, N.H., of magic. Guests are and from 12:30 called on Mrs. Roris McLam, welcome, and Doris Jndd's August 12-13 at Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Lou White and committee will serve cookies School. and punch. The birthday There is a $5 five childron (Illinois) are luncheon will be held at for materials. spending some time with her "Whistle Stop" (Lisbon) on information or parents, Rev. and Mrs. Aug. 12, with the following call Mildred McN RolandDaniels. . being honored: Evelyn Buck, 9662 or Hazel Mr. Edward Day and Miss Allen Clement, Ethel Clough, 5995. Angela Gray, " West Ben Daycock, Alta Howland, Developed bYr k Springfield, Mass., called on Arthur Hunt, Dorothy Retired Teache i Mrs. Winnie Frost Wed- McKown, Doris Portia, Lila and the Associati nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Tahburn, Agnes Rowell, Persons, this i Phyllis Schoff, Isabella Smith, course of its kin db Davison, Gales Ferry, Conn., Agnes Swenson, Elsie particular nee spent the weekend with her Swinyer, Ruth Whitcomb, and motorists. d parents, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Barbara Young. A bus trip to The effects Doe. the Sugar Hill Museum is medication on planned for afterwards, driving rules, I hazards and prevention , t amoug the the six-session Vt. with Edna Hackett. THETFORD HISTORICAL sessions a day. do Mrs. Lena Corti and Mrs. SOCIETY . . older drivers Edward Brown were callers of THETFORD--Auctioneer traffic violattOr EdaaHackettalso. William Godfrey ofW. Fairlee seckliesngs, .dr.,d Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dewing will discuss "Old Fashioned drv,.:' and sons of Rochester, N.H., Auctioneering and the Junk significant d e. d are vacationing this week at You Can Accumulate" at the Seaton, the tlzT, the Davis Camp. annual meeting of the Thor- dinator Ofrtvi Earl and son Jon were ford Historical Society in the Mature visitors of Edna Hackett on Thetford Center community explains that Sunday. center at 8 p.m. Aug. 15. The problems when The Sulivans of Connecticut meeting is open to "non- driving situatio are at their place this last members with no admission quick respon.,.2  weekend, charge, interaction win,  The Angeli's of Cranston, " .... 55 Alive , w?, R.[., left for home Monday with data coll, afternoon. BITS OF INFORMATION motor vehicle ,' Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dewing Leather bound books need throughout the/ and sobs, and Elsie Davis special care, starting when frumanumibern¢ were visitors in Graniteville at new. Once a year, apply white groups i the home of Mr. and Mrs. petroleum jelly, lanolin or American tbei' George Davis. saddle soap. Association, Dinner guests of Edna Optometric Hacker were Mr. and Mrs. the Americe Larry Dewing and sons and ASscciatirli Eleanor Burroughs. NEW  SON ARRIVES Mr. and ll;t-t-tell  Mr. and Mrs. John BRADFORD BINGO Hathaway of Bradford are the Fairlee are i t  BRADFORD--Bingo will be parents of a baby boy, baby boy, Ma-:,,P held in the Bradford Legion Zachary Edward, born July 26 horn July 18atrW'- Hall today, Aug. 5, at 7:30 p.m. at Alice Peck Day Hospital. Hospital.