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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-August 12, 1981 ! Obituaries L : FAlRLEE--Katharine She was born March 26, 1910  Ramona (Booth)Brock, 71, of in Barre, the daughter of , Fairlee died Aug. 8 at the Isabella and John Booth. She * Hanover Healthcare Terrace graduated from Spaulding ; after a long illness. High School in Barre and Melvyn Douglas dies Katharine Brock of Fairlee dies attended Elmira and Con- necticut College for Women. She married Frederick Brock in 1940 and they lived in Orford, Piermont and Fairlee. Mrs. Brock was employed FAIRLEE--Melvyn Douglas, resident of Fairlee, died last They were married during the Academy Award winning week in New York at the age run of the play. actor and well-known summer of 80. Mrs. Douglas later was "This is where he came to elected to the U.S. House of get away from it all and Representatives but was vacation," said Walter defeated by Richard M. Nixon Gahagan, Douglas' brother-in- in a race for the U.S. Senate. law who also summers in Mter his many Broadway Fairlee. successes, including The Best His wife, former California Man, for which Douglas Congresswoman Helen received a Tony, he appeared Gahagan Douglas, died last in 70 films, including Hurl in Bear STREET August 7, 1st ( 1. 2.27--Traq 3.69--Doug Boyee 4.15--David Annis 2nd q by Dartmouth College as an year in the same hospital, 1963, and Being There in 1980, " : : ENTIRE INVENTORY administrative assistant to the SloanKettering.* both of which won him Oscars ' Dean of Freshman, for many Douglas had numerous for best supporting actor. [[ 0F 2 pc. and 3 pc. [I years, friends and connections in the His film career had two She is survived by her Upper Valley. He was a phases, first asa leading man : : husband; two sons, William supporter of the Hopkins to such actresses as Gloria !i LIVINGROOM SETS [1 Brock ofWoburn, Mass.,and Center at Dartmouth College. Swanson,. Barbara Stanwyck, ,:,;i::ii=.:: - the Rev. John Brock of South A spokesman for the Katharine Hepburn and Joan ii.!" .@ " Royalton; a sister, Rhoda Hopkins Center said that Blondell. That phase began in ...... : [ I) 15'°0;00 30'°[[ ..... , Jackson of New Brunswick, although Douglas never ap- 1931 when he made Tonight or N.J.; six grandchildren, one peared on stage here, he was Never, with Swanson and great-grandchild and two an active supporter of the included Mr. Biandings Builds nieces, center's activities. His Dream House in 1947; The i': • Funeral services were at the Douglas was a member of Great Sinner in 1948; Carriage BLUE RIBBON--Competltors llke these were in Connecticut Valley Fair Horse Fairlee Federated Church The Friends of the Hopkins Entrance in 1949, and On the Show in Bradford lastweek. ]] THRU AUGUST 22- [[ Aug. 9 with Rev. Elinor Center, a group which raises Loose in1951. , Schaibly of Concord of- money to support the arts and In 1962 Douglas began the I[ Famousnames like M0osehead, . ficiating. Burial followed in arts programs. ,'He gave us second phase of his career as a Bradford site of Horse Orford Cemetery. much moral support," the character actor, appearing in Ii Flexsteei and Berkline. [[ Memorial contributions spokesman said. Billy Budd in 1962; The may be given to the Katharine Douglas was honored in a Americanization of Emily in  [[ Save on every 0ne! [[ Brock Book Prize at Dart- film tribute at the Hopkins 1964; Hotel in 1967; I Never BRADFORD--The Con- nd 15 II mouthCollege Centerin1973, andhadat-SangforMyFatherin1970;necticut Valley Fair Horse mileradiusofBradford. This : " -- tended other events there One is a Lonely Number and Show was held Aug. 9 with class was won last year by regularly formanyyears. The Candidate in 1972, and Carol Thompson of Oldwell David White, son of Mr. and [[ & Carpet JJ Ruby Rutherford, .... receivedD°uglaShonoraryand hiSdegreesWife,. The Tenantin1976.Douglas, television work judge.Farm in Petersham' Mass" as " ...... Mrs. Craig White of Bradford.There is also The Con- k BFQ //  from Dartmouth College m won him an Emmy award in Classes included the newly necticut Valley Fair, Inc., $100 • 1977 dford, Vermont . W. Newbury dies ...... 19 for outstanding per- added Morgan Natural Park, Championship. "'  torn aewyn ttess|energ m formance in the production Do which requires natural Trophies included tack, W. NEWBURY--Ruby Jo Macon, Ga., the son of a Not Go Gentle Into That Good .movement from the horse money, silver and pewter Rutherford, W. Newbury, died Russian pianist and a Ken- Night. with a pleasure foot. items. July 31. She was the daughter tuckian mother from whose Douglas had been in the Others offered were 4-H SUBARU & 8 GREEN ST. 444--8896 LIIIL[ION BACK TO SCHOOL CLOTHES For High S00hool, 6rode 00hool & College = III II I III Houle Auto Sales,0000c. 181 South Main Street Barre, Vermont CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to everyone for cards, calls, flowers, food, memorials to the United Church of Craftsbury and the Cottage Hospital at the time of the loss of our loved one. of Edgar R. and Edna Austin Rutherford, born Jan. I0, 1899 in Wagoner Indian Territory. She was reared in Nowata, Oklahoma, attended college and moved to New York in 1927, where she was a beautician. In 1963 she moved to Vermont. She died in Lyndonville. Survivors are one brother, Samuel E. Rutherford of Delaware, Okla., and several nieces and nephews. Inter- ment was in Memorial Park Cemetery, Nowata, Oklahoma. ancestors he took his stage name, Douglas worked at several jobs before joining traveling stock companies. He made his Broadway debut in 1928 in A Free Soul. But it was David Belasco's last stage production, Tonight or Never in 1931 that brought Douglas double fortune. The play was his first Broadway hit, and it in- troduced him to his co-star and future wife, Helen Gahagan, who was being praised as one of the 1O most beautiful women in the world. Margaret Carter buried in Groton GROTON--Mrs. Margaret (Hooper) Carter, widow of William H. Carter, died Aug. 1 in St. Petersburg, Fla., following a long illness. She was daughter of Amasa L. and Ellen Abbie (Millis) Hooper. Mrs. Carter was a member of the United Methodist Church in Groton. Surviving are six grand- children, six great- grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Her funeral service was Aug. 8 in the Rieker Funeral Home, Bireh Lane, Wood- sville, N.H. Burial was in the Groton Village Cemetery. Mrs. Vira Gray, Wells River, dies WELLS RIVER--Vira J. Church where her funeral Gray, 84, of Wells River, services were held. Rev. passed away suddenly at her Arthur Cheney officiated at |home July 15. the services. Bearers were six | Born in Groton, Vermont, grandsons, Terry and Gregg |1896, she was the daughter of Gray of Lebanon; Gordon |Ora Thurston and Isabelle Page of Groton, and Carwin, |Welch Thurston. She was Donald and Howard Page of [married to Edmund Gray, son Ryegate. Interment was in the of George and Martha Gray of family lot at Groton Blue Mountain. Edmund Cemetery. passed away in 1919. They had She leaves two sons, two sons, George Thurston Raymond Gray of Lebanon, who passed away in 1974, and and Kenneth Gray, S. Wallace Raymond of Ryegate; and a daughter, Lebanon. Mrs. Forrest (Iona) Page of S. She later married a brother Ryegate; 13 grandchildren Wallace Gray and they had a and 27 great-grandchildren. daughter, Mrs. Iona (Forrest) Page and twin sons, Kenneth E. who lives on the home farm, and Kendall J. who died at two years of age. Wallace and Vira spent 35 . N.H. regatta years on the farm and in 1956 moved to Wells River, where (continued from page 5) she worked at the Thomas Pharmacy, retiring in 1976. Special advance discount Memorial Slnan Kettering Cancer Center in New York for the four days before his death. He did not have cancer, according to his son Peter, but was comfortable there because he knew the doctors. His wife had been treated there before her death last year. Douglas is survived by another son, Gregory Hesselberg of Worcester, Mass., and a daughter Mary Helen Douglas of Fairlee, Vt. On the eve of his 80th birth- day, April 5, 1980, his 70th film was just opening in theaters, Tell Me A Riddle. He is also featured in Ghost Story, scheduled to open later this year. Parts of the movie were filmed in Woodstock last winter. classes, Quarter Horse, Morgan and Colt Halter, Appaloosa and Quarte Horse Western Pleasure, an Open Pleasure and a Western Pleasure Champions hip, Stock, Hunt and Saddle Seat Equitation, Children's classes, Open Pleasure Driving, Morgan Pleasure, Park, Natural Park, and Pleasure and Park Cham- pionship, and many more. An added attraction for local people was a Local Pleasure Class, which offered the Roherta Jay Memorial Trophy. This is a rotating trophy, that if won three times by the same rider, can he kept permanently and a smaller trophy given each year for permanent possession. This class was oven to Eastman scores win at Nor-Way Pines by NOMAN R. ROULX night. J PROFILE--Horse entry exhibits profile. COUPE POINT STANDINGS 1. C.V. Elms 209 2. E. Smith 191 3. A. Adams 189 4. A. Clogston 173 5. A. Burbank 170 6. R. Packard 133 7. R. Rushford 120 8. M. Packard 117 9. R. Harlow 113 10. D. Roberts 111 II. R. Heath I01 12. G. Dunston 83 13. W. Moses 80 show winning I. 2. 3. 4. ST. MARTIN'S 5. SERVICE 6. FAIRLEE--Rev. William 7. Atkinson will conduct summer 8. Eucharist at St. Martin's 9. Chapel on Lake Morey Rd. 10. East at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, 11. Aug. 16. 12. 13. Jayvee bath tub race r00u/m ORDER OF FINISH Oxbow's Finest Kurt's Kruisers Capital City's Mud Puppies T. Copeland & Sons Perry Oil Service Tri-Village Fire Dept. Colatina Bakery Bradford Lions Club Downing's Garage Channel's Textile Terrors Keenan's Klan 10th Grade Pre-Voc. Gove& Morrill NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goodrich of Post Mills are the parents of a baby daughter, Crystal Gale, born July 27 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. 14. Oakes Brothers Softball Team 15. Merry Meadow Farm Campers 16. Garden's Motor Ledge & Rest. 17. Journal Opinion 18. Merry Meadow Farm Staff 19. Merry Meadow Farm Junk Pile A regd-number of 25 A driver's appreciation v, ,, ,r,.  , u |r coupes 'We/.e checked in night is being planned for Aug. | weus ttwer 00o3toau I Saturday night at Nfr-Way 22. Read next week's paper for Pines Speedway. details. Under threatening skies In the late models, it was TOP IO HITTERS fans were treated to the most Franny Comeau making it two (Minimum 35 at bat) fantastic motor race this features in a row. Fran was Pl.-Player-Team AB R H BA season. Sixteen of the dirt followed to the line by Larry 1. J. Lyman, Duds 61 21 33 .541 track's best drivers competed Welch, who regained the point 2. C. Jorgensen, G.N.B. 63 11 33 .324 in a non-stop, 20-1ap feature, lead by his effort. Harry 3. J. Parent, 2+Q 65 24 33 .50 Heat races were won by Bob Davidson placed third in his 3. D. Lynaugh, 2+Q 61 19 31 .54 Adams 14, Mark Packard 81, popular No. 31. 5. D. Eastman, M.H.L. 41 13 20 .488 Ervin Eastman 3, Ralph 6. P. Remick, Hobos 71 19 34 .479 Harlow 67, and Wally W. TOPSHAM SUPPER 7. M. Hedge, Carr. H. 67 23 32 .478 Langloise. W. TOPSHAM--A baked bean 7. P. Cowens, 2+Q 67 24 32 .478 Brother Eastman was supper will he held at the W. 9. B. Spencer, G.N.B. 54 9 25 .463 credited with a win in the Topsham Community Church 10. A.Page, G.N.B. 59 7 27 .456 feature and C.V. Elms added Aug. 15 with servings at 5 ll.B. Claflin, Carr. H. 62 18 28 .452 21 more points to his point p.m., 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. lead. Both coupe and bobby Hilah Bedard STANDINGS drivers are to be commended Lisbon Place-Team W L for the great effort Saturday 838-672.5 1.2+Q 16 4 What do you do with your winner. 2. Dud's 14 6 life when before you reach There will be no door prizes 2. Hobos 14 8 your teens, you are struck for the next two weeks but the 2. Rapud Rub. 14 6 down with diabetes? One thing following won Aug. 5: A. 5. Carrier Ham. 12 8 you do is learn about your Howland, S. Casey, K. 6. Tuck Press 10 10 ailment, inject your own in- Rayburn, L. Drew, A. 7. ColatinaEx. 9 11 sulin, and do not pity yourself. Clement, C. Hedge, L. 8. Miller H.L. 8 10 Rodney , Pitman of Hollis, Aldrich, B. Daycock, D. 9. Good Neigh. 8 12 N.H., just 14 now, has given Whitcomb, J. Robinson, M. 10. Peoples Mkt. 7 11 bours of study to magic, and Presby, O. Daycock, M. 11. So. Ryegate 3 17 has made many groups Finley and B. Carrel. 12. Stoddard 2 16 happier by performing for On AUg. 12, the bus at 12:15 SCORES them. p.m. in the Square, will pickup R.R.R. 8 Tuck P 0 Rodney is the grandson of members going to "Whistle Carrier I0 Tuck Press 3 Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Haynes Stop" (Lisbon) for the August Carrier8 R.R.R.6 of Lisbon and grandnephew of Birthday Luncheon. G.N.B. 7 2+Q6 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thosewhoaregoingatl2:30 G.N.B.21 Col. Exit4 Col. Exit 2 3rd ( l--Ral! 1 l----Carroll 24--Alex Hart 97--Brad 61--Wa A special thanks to Dr. Harry Rowe and the Nurses for the excellent care given our Mother while a patient at the Cottage Hospital. Our sincere thanks to the Ladies Aid Society of the So. Ryegate and Ryegate Corner Presbyterian Church; the United Church of Hardwick -- Church Circle No. 8; the Hardwick American Legion Auxiliary; Rev. Arnold Brown -- United Church of Craftsbury; Rev. Marion Redding -- Ryegate Presbyterian Church; Our friends who helped in any way to make the loss of our loved one a little easier. "God saw the road was getting rough, The hills were hard to climb He gently closed her weary eyes And whispered, "Peace by thine." The many kindnesses shown our Mother during her lifetime is greatly appreciated by her family. May God bless each and everyone. The Family of Alice Smith South Ryegate, Vermont Charles Smith & Family, llardwick, Vt. Henry Smith & Family, No. Hyde Park, Vt. Natalie Smith Drew & Family, Wallingford, Vt. Warren Smith & Family, Gtmnison, Colorado Cedric Smith, So. Ryegate, Vt. Bessie Heidger & Family, Iowa City, Iowa Kenneth Lane & Family, Barton, Vt. Max Corrow & Family, So. Burlington, Vt. 69--Doug Boyce Feature 97--Brad Phelp 24--Alex Hart 17--Jim 50--Arnold 2.50--Chuck 3. l--=Orin Howe 3rd '1. 6--C.V. 2. 3. 1.53--Dan Beede 2.9S--Frank 3.88--Don Davis 14. 2--Willey She was a member of the tickets are being sold for $6 for Wells River Congregational the twodaysofracingSept. 12. 14.R.Stygles 76 Haynes of Pike. Since his p.m. to theCurtisPicnicArea 2+Q6 13, a saving of $3 over gate 15. W. Langloise 67 relatives are members of the (Aug. 19) are asked to Hobos 11 So. Rye. 0 Chapter of DIAMONDS*WATCHES prices the days of the race. 16. R. Webber 46 Ammononsuc Valley Seniors, remember: a box lunch, Dud's26 So. Rye. 1 will discuss thel For children under 12, there 17. T. Bishop 33 he is welcomed when able to drink, and chair. Those on a Dud's9 Hobes6 of hydroeb We Repair CCUTSON. TIMEX will be no gate fee. 18. D. Ribbins 32 entertain in Lisbon. diet may make their own box generation in 31 Rodney had a new leper- lunch. anti A;I Makes. For information, write the 19. R. Adams HASKELL JEWELERS Littleton Area Chamber of 20' R. Pesser 30 Loire of magic feats this year trip from -- Commerce, P. O. Box 105, 21. R. Heath, Jr. 29 and the many guest children ction toCorniSh.Partici Littleton, NH 03561 Littleton, N.H. 03561, call 603- 22. M. Chellice 23 who attended were very at- A  past the _LQ.04 4-3351 444-6561 or contact your 23. R. Moses 16 tentive. Doris Judd and _ nearest N. H. Chrysler-Dodge 24. S. Evangelista 13 committee served cookies and set in Grafton White and i Dealer. E. Eastman 13 punch to all. Rivers and 25. W. George 6 Members back from trips LOBSTER BAKE WOODSVILLE--The Grafton spectacular WELL :::::::::::::::::::::::: 26. S. Dranke 2were Mr. and Mrs. Harry STRAFFORD--A lobster bake County Conservation The group will TASKERPS WELL LATE MODEL Aldrich who have visited will he held from 5-7 p.m. Aug. District's annual aerial of the STANDINGS relatives, and Mr. and Mrs. 15 on the Strafford Common seeding program will take Dam in DRILLING we Nllld 1. L. Welch 177 Benjamin Daycock who were sponsored by the Firemen's place this year during the Contact BOb ROTARY HAMMER Your 2. J. White 173 on a long group trek to Alaska. Auxiliary, reserved tickets week of Aug. 17, weather WC's 3. F. Comeau 171 Sadie Kurtz, who is a Lisbon only (call 765-7000), followed permitting. (603) DRILLING. 20 YEARS    4.G. Dinger 165 graduate. Dorothy Presby is by a street dance with Tom As in past years, ap- reservations. DRILLING EXPERIENCE i 11  [ 5. P. McCuin 158 entertaining many relatives Walker from 8 p.m.-12 a.m., $3 proximately 356 acres will be $6 for 6. D. Annis 155 from Florida and one grin- single, $5 couple, sponsored by seeded with winter rye in an under 16 yea ((LT W,  7. G. Hinz 137 dson (Kevin Rayburn) won a the Strafford iremen. effort to control erosion and for 5YSt[;SI.StALtD  8.S. Hinz 123 door prize. Doris Judd's Beverages allowed, but no maintainthesoirsnutrients, limited. 9. H. Davidson 112 daughter (Beverly), also a glass containers. The seeding will be per- FOR FREE ESTIMATE 603-942-8173 10. R. Gilpatrick 83 visitor, was a door prize formed by Dustaire, Inc., of fall l WIT[ 603-942-5581 ll. N. Maxium 75 Middlebury, using the • ............. NORTHWOOD, N.H. 12. S. Ellsworth 65 Ifacilities of the Dean I :::::::::::::::::::::::: 13. F. Dranke 24 f / a  [Memorial Airport in N. I The =H,ve,,,, as a base of Oxbo'lr [. I[( TIlE TAYLOR*ALMa AGENCY, INC.  €/s€1 ,operations. i i[=,, RENCEIIUUNCE /1 & W | The aerial seeding is nor- exJLte]L"[ BENEDINI ' [ mally performed during a two Artesian Well Co.  A Ior three day period and BRADF, | anyone with an interest in this White of I I r[--%-==-   SERVICEsIaeelMe 1 I 8,, .... I [[.--::== • ]J  l ARTESIAN WELL CO. [ projeet is invited to the airport the Uni I  t) t,,e v, . Ittf:::5.= :  , 1930 Ito observe the involved sylvanial I 6 83 I " Zt Main Street ;t | procedures. A grad I ,o ,,.. i E., ,Aa.Sm ..... )  |76. [1.. |--||:[ " For more information, School, • contact the Grafton County member=   .... " .... ' F • Conservation District office in of the C Woedsville. Sciences. Canoe on hydro E power will Connecticut Council's mental Roger developer, and president of the Page 6-The Journal Opinion-August 12, 1981 ! Obituaries L : FAlRLEE--Katharine She was born March 26, 1910  Ramona (Booth)Brock, 71, of in Barre, the daughter of , Fairlee died Aug. 8 at the Isabella and John Booth. She * Hanover Healthcare Terrace graduated from Spaulding ; after a long illness. High School in Barre and Melvyn Douglas dies Katharine Brock of Fairlee dies attended Elmira and Con- necticut College for Women. She married Frederick Brock in 1940 and they lived in Orford, Piermont and Fairlee. Mrs. Brock was employed FAIRLEE--Melvyn Douglas, resident of Fairlee, died last They were married during the Academy Award winning week in New York at the age run of the play. actor and well-known summer of 80. Mrs. Douglas later was "This is where he came to elected to the U.S. House of get away from it all and Representatives but was vacation," said Walter defeated by Richard M. Nixon Gahagan, Douglas' brother-in- in a race for the U.S. Senate. law who also summers in Mter his many Broadway Fairlee. successes, including The Best His wife, former California Man, for which Douglas Congresswoman Helen received a Tony, he appeared Gahagan Douglas, died last in 70 films, including Hurl in Bear STREET August 7, 1st ( 1. 2.27--Traq 3.69--Doug Boyee 4.15--David Annis 2nd q by Dartmouth College as an year in the same hospital, 1963, and Being There in 1980, " : : ENTIRE INVENTORY administrative assistant to the SloanKettering.* both of which won him Oscars ' Dean of Freshman, for many Douglas had numerous for best supporting actor. [[ 0F 2 pc. and 3 pc. [I years, friends and connections in the His film career had two She is survived by her Upper Valley. He was a phases, first asa leading man : : husband; two sons, William supporter of the Hopkins to such actresses as Gloria !i LIVINGROOM SETS [1 Brock ofWoburn, Mass.,and Center at Dartmouth College. Swanson,. Barbara Stanwyck, ,:,;i::ii=.:: - the Rev. John Brock of South A spokesman for the Katharine Hepburn and Joan ii.!" .@ " Royalton; a sister, Rhoda Hopkins Center said that Blondell. That phase began in ...... : [ I) 15'°0;00 30'°[[ ..... , Jackson of New Brunswick, although Douglas never ap- 1931 when he made Tonight or N.J.; six grandchildren, one peared on stage here, he was Never, with Swanson and great-grandchild and two an active supporter of the included Mr. Biandings Builds nieces, center's activities. His Dream House in 1947; The i': • Funeral services were at the Douglas was a member of Great Sinner in 1948; Carriage BLUE RIBBON--Competltors llke these were in Connecticut Valley Fair Horse Fairlee Federated Church The Friends of the Hopkins Entrance in 1949, and On the Show in Bradford lastweek. ]] THRU AUGUST 22- [[ Aug. 9 with Rev. Elinor Center, a group which raises Loose in1951. , Schaibly of Concord of- money to support the arts and In 1962 Douglas began the I[ Famousnames like M0osehead, . ficiating. Burial followed in arts programs. ,'He gave us second phase of his career as a Bradford site of Horse Orford Cemetery. much moral support," the character actor, appearing in Ii Flexsteei and Berkline. [[ Memorial contributions spokesman said. Billy Budd in 1962; The may be given to the Katharine Douglas was honored in a Americanization of Emily in  [[ Save on every 0ne! [[ Brock Book Prize at Dart- film tribute at the Hopkins 1964; Hotel in 1967; I Never BRADFORD--The Con- nd 15 II mouthCollege Centerin1973, andhadat-SangforMyFatherin1970;necticut Valley Fair Horse mileradiusofBradford. This : " -- tended other events there One is a Lonely Number and Show was held Aug. 9 with class was won last year by regularly formanyyears. The Candidate in 1972, and Carol Thompson of Oldwell David White, son of Mr. and [[ & Carpet JJ Ruby Rutherford, .... receivedD°uglaShonoraryand hiSdegreesWife,. The Tenantin1976.Douglas, television work judge.Farm in Petersham' Mass" as " ...... Mrs. Craig White of Bradford.There is also The Con- k BFQ //  from Dartmouth College m won him an Emmy award in Classes included the newly necticut Valley Fair, Inc., $100 • 1977 dford, Vermont . W. Newbury dies ...... 19 for outstanding per- added Morgan Natural Park, Championship. "'  torn aewyn ttess|energ m formance in the production Do which requires natural Trophies included tack, W. NEWBURY--Ruby Jo Macon, Ga., the son of a Not Go Gentle Into That Good .movement from the horse money, silver and pewter Rutherford, W. Newbury, died Russian pianist and a Ken- Night. with a pleasure foot. items. July 31. She was the daughter tuckian mother from whose Douglas had been in the Others offered were 4-H SUBARU & 8 GREEN ST. 444--8896 LIIIL[ION BACK TO SCHOOL CLOTHES For High S00hool, 6rode 00hool & College = III II I III Houle Auto Sales,0000c. 181 South Main Street Barre, Vermont CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to everyone for cards, calls, flowers, food, memorials to the United Church of Craftsbury and the Cottage Hospital at the time of the loss of our loved one. of Edgar R. and Edna Austin Rutherford, born Jan. I0, 1899 in Wagoner Indian Territory. She was reared in Nowata, Oklahoma, attended college and moved to New York in 1927, where she was a beautician. In 1963 she moved to Vermont. She died in Lyndonville. Survivors are one brother, Samuel E. Rutherford of Delaware, Okla., and several nieces and nephews. Inter- ment was in Memorial Park Cemetery, Nowata, Oklahoma. ancestors he took his stage name, Douglas worked at several jobs before joining traveling stock companies. He made his Broadway debut in 1928 in A Free Soul. But it was David Belasco's last stage production, Tonight or Never in 1931 that brought Douglas double fortune. The play was his first Broadway hit, and it in- troduced him to his co-star and future wife, Helen Gahagan, who was being praised as one of the 1O most beautiful women in the world. Margaret Carter buried in Groton GROTON--Mrs. Margaret (Hooper) Carter, widow of William H. Carter, died Aug. 1 in St. Petersburg, Fla., following a long illness. She was daughter of Amasa L. and Ellen Abbie (Millis) Hooper. Mrs. Carter was a member of the United Methodist Church in Groton. Surviving are six grand- children, six great- grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Her funeral service was Aug. 8 in the Rieker Funeral Home, Bireh Lane, Wood- sville, N.H. Burial was in the Groton Village Cemetery. Mrs. Vira Gray, Wells River, dies WELLS RIVER--Vira J. Church where her funeral Gray, 84, of Wells River, services were held. Rev. passed away suddenly at her Arthur Cheney officiated at |home July 15. the services. Bearers were six | Born in Groton, Vermont, grandsons, Terry and Gregg |1896, she was the daughter of Gray of Lebanon; Gordon |Ora Thurston and Isabelle Page of Groton, and Carwin, |Welch Thurston. She was Donald and Howard Page of [married to Edmund Gray, son Ryegate. Interment was in the of George and Martha Gray of family lot at Groton Blue Mountain. Edmund Cemetery. passed away in 1919. They had She leaves two sons, two sons, George Thurston Raymond Gray of Lebanon, who passed away in 1974, and and Kenneth Gray, S. Wallace Raymond of Ryegate; and a daughter, Lebanon. Mrs. Forrest (Iona) Page of S. She later married a brother Ryegate; 13 grandchildren Wallace Gray and they had a and 27 great-grandchildren. daughter, Mrs. Iona (Forrest) Page and twin sons, Kenneth E. who lives on the home farm, and Kendall J. who died at two years of age. Wallace and Vira spent 35 . N.H. regatta years on the farm and in 1956 moved to Wells River, where (continued from page 5) she worked at the Thomas Pharmacy, retiring in 1976. Special advance discount Memorial Slnan Kettering Cancer Center in New York for the four days before his death. He did not have cancer, according to his son Peter, but was comfortable there because he knew the doctors. His wife had been treated there before her death last year. Douglas is survived by another son, Gregory Hesselberg of Worcester, Mass., and a daughter Mary Helen Douglas of Fairlee, Vt. On the eve of his 80th birth- day, April 5, 1980, his 70th film was just opening in theaters, Tell Me A Riddle. He is also featured in Ghost Story, scheduled to open later this year. Parts of the movie were filmed in Woodstock last winter. classes, Quarter Horse, Morgan and Colt Halter, Appaloosa and Quarte Horse Western Pleasure, an Open Pleasure and a Western Pleasure Champions hip, Stock, Hunt and Saddle Seat Equitation, Children's classes, Open Pleasure Driving, Morgan Pleasure, Park, Natural Park, and Pleasure and Park Cham- pionship, and many more. An added attraction for local people was a Local Pleasure Class, which offered the Roherta Jay Memorial Trophy. This is a rotating trophy, that if won three times by the same rider, can he kept permanently and a smaller trophy given each year for permanent possession. This class was oven to Eastman scores win at Nor-Way Pines by NOMAN R. ROULX night. J PROFILE--Horse entry exhibits profile. COUPE POINT STANDINGS 1. C.V. Elms 209 2. E. Smith 191 3. A. Adams 189 4. A. Clogston 173 5. A. Burbank 170 6. R. Packard 133 7. R. Rushford 120 8. M. Packard 117 9. R. Harlow 113 10. D. Roberts 111 II. R. Heath I01 12. G. Dunston 83 13. W. Moses 80 show winning I. 2. 3. 4. ST. MARTIN'S 5. SERVICE 6. FAIRLEE--Rev. William 7. Atkinson will conduct summer 8. Eucharist at St. Martin's 9. Chapel on Lake Morey Rd. 10. East at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, 11. Aug. 16. 12. 13. Jayvee bath tub race r00u/m ORDER OF FINISH Oxbow's Finest Kurt's Kruisers Capital City's Mud Puppies T. Copeland & Sons Perry Oil Service Tri-Village Fire Dept. Colatina Bakery Bradford Lions Club Downing's Garage Channel's Textile Terrors Keenan's Klan 10th Grade Pre-Voc. Gove& Morrill NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goodrich of Post Mills are the parents of a baby daughter, Crystal Gale, born July 27 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. 14. Oakes Brothers Softball Team 15. Merry Meadow Farm Campers 16. Garden's Motor Ledge & Rest. 17. Journal Opinion 18. Merry Meadow Farm Staff 19. Merry Meadow Farm Junk Pile A regd-number of 25 A driver's appreciation v, ,, ,r,.  , u |r coupes 'We/.e checked in night is being planned for Aug. | weus ttwer 00o3toau I Saturday night at Nfr-Way 22. Read next week's paper for Pines Speedway. details. Under threatening skies In the late models, it was TOP IO HITTERS fans were treated to the most Franny Comeau making it two (Minimum 35 at bat) fantastic motor race this features in a row. Fran was Pl.-Player-Team AB R H BA season. Sixteen of the dirt followed to the line by Larry 1. J. Lyman, Duds 61 21 33 .541 track's best drivers competed Welch, who regained the point 2. C. Jorgensen, G.N.B. 63 11 33 .324 in a non-stop, 20-1ap feature, lead by his effort. Harry 3. J. Parent, 2+Q 65 24 33 .50 Heat races were won by Bob Davidson placed third in his 3. D. Lynaugh, 2+Q 61 19 31 .54 Adams 14, Mark Packard 81, popular No. 31. 5. D. Eastman, M.H.L. 41 13 20 .488 Ervin Eastman 3, Ralph 6. P. Remick, Hobos 71 19 34 .479 Harlow 67, and Wally W. TOPSHAM SUPPER 7. M. Hedge, Carr. H. 67 23 32 .478 Langloise. W. TOPSHAM--A baked bean 7. P. Cowens, 2+Q 67 24 32 .478 Brother Eastman was supper will he held at the W. 9. B. Spencer, G.N.B. 54 9 25 .463 credited with a win in the Topsham Community Church 10. A.Page, G.N.B. 59 7 27 .456 feature and C.V. Elms added Aug. 15 with servings at 5 ll.B. Claflin, Carr. H. 62 18 28 .452 21 more points to his point p.m., 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. lead. Both coupe and bobby Hilah Bedard STANDINGS drivers are to be commended Lisbon Place-Team W L for the great effort Saturday 838-672.5 1.2+Q 16 4 What do you do with your winner. 2. Dud's 14 6 life when before you reach There will be no door prizes 2. Hobos 14 8 your teens, you are struck for the next two weeks but the 2. Rapud Rub. 14 6 down with diabetes? One thing following won Aug. 5: A. 5. Carrier Ham. 12 8 you do is learn about your Howland, S. Casey, K. 6. Tuck Press 10 10 ailment, inject your own in- Rayburn, L. Drew, A. 7. ColatinaEx. 9 11 sulin, and do not pity yourself. Clement, C. Hedge, L. 8. Miller H.L. 8 10 Rodney , Pitman of Hollis, Aldrich, B. Daycock, D. 9. Good Neigh. 8 12 N.H., just 14 now, has given Whitcomb, J. Robinson, M. 10. Peoples Mkt. 7 11 bours of study to magic, and Presby, O. Daycock, M. 11. So. Ryegate 3 17 has made many groups Finley and B. Carrel. 12. Stoddard 2 16 happier by performing for On AUg. 12, the bus at 12:15 SCORES them. p.m. in the Square, will pickup R.R.R. 8 Tuck P 0 Rodney is the grandson of members going to "Whistle Carrier I0 Tuck Press 3 Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Haynes Stop" (Lisbon) for the August Carrier8 R.R.R.6 of Lisbon and grandnephew of Birthday Luncheon. G.N.B. 7 2+Q6 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thosewhoaregoingatl2:30 G.N.B.21 Col. Exit4 Col. Exit 2 3rd ( l--Ral! 1 l----Carroll 24--Alex Hart 97--Brad 61--Wa A special thanks to Dr. Harry Rowe and the Nurses for the excellent care given our Mother while a patient at the Cottage Hospital. Our sincere thanks to the Ladies Aid Society of the So. Ryegate and Ryegate Corner Presbyterian Church; the United Church of Hardwick -- Church Circle No. 8; the Hardwick American Legion Auxiliary; Rev. Arnold Brown -- United Church of Craftsbury; Rev. Marion Redding -- Ryegate Presbyterian Church; Our friends who helped in any way to make the loss of our loved one a little easier. "God saw the road was getting rough, The hills were hard to climb He gently closed her weary eyes And whispered, "Peace by thine." The many kindnesses shown our Mother during her lifetime is greatly appreciated by her family. May God bless each and everyone. The Family of Alice Smith South Ryegate, Vermont Charles Smith & Family, llardwick, Vt. Henry Smith & Family, No. Hyde Park, Vt. Natalie Smith Drew & Family, Wallingford, Vt. Warren Smith & Family, Gtmnison, Colorado Cedric Smith, So. Ryegate, Vt. Bessie Heidger & Family, Iowa City, Iowa Kenneth Lane & Family, Barton, Vt. Max Corrow & Family, So. Burlington, Vt. 69--Doug Boyce Feature 97--Brad Phelp 24--Alex Hart 17--Jim 50--Arnold 2.50--Chuck 3. l--=Orin Howe 3rd '1. 6--C.V. 2. 3. 1.53--Dan Beede 2.9S--Frank 3.88--Don Davis 14. 2--Willey She was a member of the tickets are being sold for $6 for Wells River Congregational the twodaysofracingSept. 12. 14.R.Stygles 76 Haynes of Pike. Since his p.m. to theCurtisPicnicArea 2+Q6 13, a saving of $3 over gate 15. W. Langloise 67 relatives are members of the (Aug. 19) are asked to Hobos 11 So. Rye. 0 Chapter of DIAMONDS*WATCHES prices the days of the race. 16. R. Webber 46 Ammononsuc Valley Seniors, remember: a box lunch, Dud's26 So. Rye. 1 will discuss thel For children under 12, there 17. T. Bishop 33 he is welcomed when able to drink, and chair. Those on a Dud's9 Hobes6 of hydroeb We Repair CCUTSON. TIMEX will be no gate fee. 18. D. Ribbins 32 entertain in Lisbon. diet may make their own box generation in 31 Rodney had a new leper- lunch. anti A;I Makes. For information, write the 19. R. Adams HASKELL JEWELERS Littleton Area Chamber of 20' R. Pesser 30 Loire of magic feats this year trip from -- Commerce, P. O. Box 105, 21. R. Heath, Jr. 29 and the many guest children ction toCorniSh.Partici Littleton, NH 03561 Littleton, N.H. 03561, call 603- 22. M. Chellice 23 who attended were very at- A  past the _LQ.04 4-3351 444-6561 or contact your 23. R. Moses 16 tentive. Doris Judd and _ nearest N. H. Chrysler-Dodge 24. S. Evangelista 13 committee served cookies and set in Grafton White and i Dealer. E. Eastman 13 punch to all. Rivers and 25. W. George 6 Members back from trips LOBSTER BAKE WOODSVILLE--The Grafton spectacular WELL :::::::::::::::::::::::: 26. S. Dranke 2were Mr. and Mrs. Harry STRAFFORD--A lobster bake County Conservation The group will TASKERPS WELL LATE MODEL Aldrich who have visited will he held from 5-7 p.m. Aug. District's annual aerial of the STANDINGS relatives, and Mr. and Mrs. 15 on the Strafford Common seeding program will take Dam in DRILLING we Nllld 1. L. Welch 177 Benjamin Daycock who were sponsored by the Firemen's place this year during the Contact BOb ROTARY HAMMER Your 2. J. White 173 on a long group trek to Alaska. Auxiliary, reserved tickets week of Aug. 17, weather WC's 3. F. Comeau 171 Sadie Kurtz, who is a Lisbon only (call 765-7000), followed permitting. (603) DRILLING. 20 YEARS    4.G. Dinger 165 graduate. Dorothy Presby is by a street dance with Tom As in past years, ap- reservations. DRILLING EXPERIENCE i 11  [ 5. P. McCuin 158 entertaining many relatives Walker from 8 p.m.-12 a.m., $3 proximately 356 acres will be $6 for 6. D. Annis 155 from Florida and one grin- single, $5 couple, sponsored by seeded with winter rye in an under 16 yea ((LT W,  7. G. Hinz 137 dson (Kevin Rayburn) won a the Strafford iremen. effort to control erosion and for 5YSt[;SI.StALtD  8.S. Hinz 123 door prize. Doris Judd's Beverages allowed, but no maintainthesoirsnutrients, limited. 9. H. Davidson 112 daughter (Beverly), also a glass containers. The seeding will be per- FOR FREE ESTIMATE 603-942-8173 10. R. Gilpatrick 83 visitor, was a door prize formed by Dustaire, Inc., of fall l WIT[ 603-942-5581 ll. N. Maxium 75 Middlebury, using the • ............. NORTHWOOD, N.H. 12. S. Ellsworth 65 Ifacilities of the Dean I :::::::::::::::::::::::: 13. F. Dranke 24 f / a  [Memorial Airport in N. I The =H,ve,,,, as a base of Oxbo'lr [. I[( TIlE TAYLOR*ALMa AGENCY, INC.  €/s€1 ,operations. i i[=,, RENCEIIUUNCE /1 & W | The aerial seeding is nor- exJLte]L"[ BENEDINI ' [ mally performed during a two Artesian Well Co.  A Ior three day period and BRADF, | anyone with an interest in this White of I I r[--%-==-   SERVICEsIaeelMe 1 I 8,, .... I [[.--::== • ]J  l ARTESIAN WELL CO. [ projeet is invited to the airport the Uni I  t) t,,e v, . Ittf:::5.= :  , 1930 Ito observe the involved sylvanial I 6 83 I " Zt Main Street ;t | procedures. A grad I ,o ,,.. i E., ,Aa.Sm ..... )  |76. [1.. |--||:[ " For more information, School, • contact the Grafton County member=   .... " .... ' F • Conservation District office in of the C Woedsville. Sciences. Canoe on hydro E power will Connecticut Council's mental Roger developer, and president of the