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Page 8-The Journal Opininn-August 19, 1981 I I I I I 00Bath Village , SusanPieknell - 747-2625 If you have any item you 3 cups grated summer squash would like to add to our 3eggs, beaten Fairlee column please contact me at ,., lb. chopped, par cooked the above number, sausage Mrs. Esther Johnson Old Home Day 1 onion chopped fine 1 333-9704 In spite of the threatening % cup flour weather there were many who I lb. cottage cheese Sunday, July 26, a picnic foi" came to the festivities. In the Mix into greased baking the Orford-Fairlee Minor morning there was a Kiddie dish. Top with grated cheese League Baseball Team was Parade. In the afternoon or bread crumbs or both. Bake held at Upper Baker Pond, in games were enjoyed. There at 350 degrees til browned. Orford, N.H. Chris Crowley were over 200 people who There were eight tables at and Henry McKee were in came to the delicious chicken the card party held at the charge. Visitors at the home of Mrs. barbecue. The weather turned Town Hall Monday evening, Bessie Perry recently were out good for the dance. Aug. 10. her niece and husband, Mr. Country Roads played a Ladies' prizes: high score-- variety of music to 300 or 400 Lillian Tatro; second high and Mrs. Frank Miller and people, score -- Beulah Bowles, daughter, of Halifax, N.S., and Library middle score-- Phyllis Schoff. Mr. and Mrs. Hill, of Truno, This will be the last week of Men's prizes: High Score -- N.S., Canada. story hour. We will have a Roscoe Noyes; second high On Sunday, July 26, Mrs. Conrad Chopin had a con- party including refreshments, score -- Charles Currier; fronts!ion with a black bearin games, songs, a movie and toy middle score -- Kenneth her driveway. Needless to say, exchange. We have had the Reynolds.  t turn out yet and hope to Special food prizes-- Lillian neither Mrs. Chapin or the gee all again next summer. McBurney, Marion Faulkner. bear lingered long, taking off Recipeoftheweek Door prizes: Zellene Butt, rapidly in opposite directions. Don't throw away all your GeneBurt. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph extra summer squash yet ! Lunch, angel cake and Napieraiski, of Bay City, Squash Casserole lemonade were served. VISITING--New Hampshire Attorney General Gregory Smith and District One Executive Councilor WOOdSVJlle---- Ray Burton spent July 27 visiting citizens of the northern part of the state from Colebrook to Laconia, Beth Neison .traveling by plane. One of their stops was in N. ' ' "757-3429 Haverhill for an informal informational meeting at Fourteen boys from the home of Smith's uncle and aunt, Laurence and Woodsville and Lisbon left Eola Smith. Smith family members at the gathering, Aug. 8 for Brussels, Belgium, where they will play five or six from left, are Avis, Laurence, Eola, Atty. Gen. Greg, matches with teams from Polly; and Burton, who made arrangements for the Merksen, Antwerp and other tour. towns. Between matches the •, • • - ----L!,| KatharineBlaisdeil group, chaperoned by Steve [. laV[rl ! I i 787-6315 and Diane Walker, teachers at Woodsville High School, will M-Sgt. John Page and Barbara and Web Judd of St. visit Paris and sightsee along family arrived in Germany Inigoes, Md. Barbara Judd is the Flemishcoast. Aug. 12 for a thre¢'-year tour of the granddaughter of Rev. The Belgium Booster Club duty at Spangdahlem Air HenryS.lvesofNewb,jry.The formed by the boys' parents F  ,  ! "" Germany they had spent through the White Mountains raised the money with car several weeks here at the traveling in the Lucas's new washes, food sales- and home of her perch!s, Dick and Rockwood motor home. suppers and selling ice at the Mary Allhee. Visitors of the Blaisdells o1 N. Haverhill Fair. Mrs. Esther Green of Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Members of the group will Greenfield, Mass., is spending James Coughlin of Litchfield, be staying with eight host a few days with her daughter, whose daughter Kathieen is families. The Belgium team MargeCowles, andfamily, marrying Roscoe Blaisdell will return the visit to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dargie Sept. 12. Woodsville next year. Jr. of Brockton, Mass., Nine members and two The 14th Annual Little recently visited their aunt and guests of Haverhill Senior league Jimmy Fund Benefit uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Citizens met for a picnic at the game was held Aug. 16 het- Demers. Maynard's sister, Keyes Plain picnic area Aug. ween the Woodsville Mrs. Rosalie Cleaves of 10. The September meeting American Legion team and Norwood, Mass., also visited will be held at the home of the Monroe team at the them. Bernice Johnson, five miles Monroe Elementary School. Herman and Velma Lucas's from N. Haverhill on the The Little Leaguers collected yard turned into a cam- Benton Road. a good sum in the fight against pground last week with The AARP picnic AUg. 20 cancer. several camper-friends will beheldat6:30p.m, atthe Around 35 attended the visiting: Bob andJane Moore home of Laurence and Eola Daily Vacation Bible School at from Dowagiac, Mich.; Smith. Hamburgers and hot the Calvary Baptist Church George and Dorothy Fernham dogs will be provided for a last week. Teachers were of Hartford, Mich.,. and cookout. Jonathan and Polly Oakes, Elizabeth Ingalls, Ginger Wilder, Joan Parker, and Dottle George. The Earl Watermans of Massachusetts called on WELL CHILD CLINIC relatives last week. Stephen and Jonathan TASKER'S WELL We Hoed Your Business! LYME--A free Well Child IF   Clinic for all pre-school Parker were in Barre Aug. 11 IB  1 children from Lyme, Lyme and called on Charles White. Center, Orford and Piermont Mr. and Mrs. Murdo will be held Thursday, Aug. 20, MacLeod of Essex Jet. called from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. at Lyme onseveral families in thearea Church. Call (603) 795-2661 recently. Thursday morning for an appointment. 603-942-8173 603-942-5581 TOWN NURSE A Community Health Services Inc. town nurse will check hypertension, weight and lung function Aug. 26 at the Wells River United Church of Christ from 9 a.m.-12 p.m., and at the Bailey Memorial Clue in Newbury from 1-4 p.m. I ___ ......... new and used car and truck selections in the Upper Vagey | CASH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS AND PICKUPS ! " OVER 36 YEARS DEPENDABLE SERVICE ! CLIFFORD'S GARA(;E. INC. ! Mich., spent three days with Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Chapin, the last week in July. Mrs. Donna Cline, of N. Hat!land, conducted the service at the Federated Church Aug. 9, in the absence of the Rev. Arthur Bagley. Wells River Pastor Bagley is attending the 33rd Annual Conference of the Sarah Lamarre and her Conservative Congregational trick horse Rex received two Church, of which he is a blue ribbons from the Ress- member, at the University of Wood Post 20 for three out- Wisconsin, in Superior, Wisc. standing performances given While Pastor Bagley is away, at the community Fourth of the Rev. James Beudreau, of July celebration this month. Bradford, will be available for funerals and weddings. His phone number is 222-9062. "Mr. and Mrs. Harley Gallup and Mrs. Karl Johnson called on Mr. Henning Johnson, in E. Orange Sunday. TRICKY--Rex. the trick horse. N Beth Nelson 757-3429 Oakes of Woodsville. Power company personnel have been cutting tree branches and bushes on Randall Hill. Cindy Eaton of Derby was crowned Vermont Miss United Ryegate _ Blue Mountain Grange No. and Mrs. Richard Forrest and of his brother and E. Corinth---- 3 held their regular meeting daughter Donna of Reading, and Mrs. Daniel Tuesday evening, Aug. 11, Mass. Darren, Jeffrey, Stella Knapp with 18 members, 11 visitors Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilcox Sarah. 439-5762 from Moosilauke Grange in E. attended funeral services Mrs. Hassall Guests of Mrs. Fred Childs Haverhill, N.H., two guests, Saturday, Aug. 8, for her uncle Mrs. Kenneth August 2 - 6 were her daughter and two children present. James McNamara in visitors Distinguished guests present Claremont, N.H. July 30, of and husband, Mr. and Mrs. included New Hampshire Mr. and Mrs. Walter MacDonald, Kenneth Kirby, of Worcester, Subordinate Deputy Richard Hassenmayer of Milford, McPhee and Mass. Her granddaughter, Abbott, New Hampshire State Conn., and her brother and Mrs. Gary Poirer and Home Economics Chairman wife spent a recent week at Mrs. Hassall daughter, lea, who spent two Betty Abbott, and a member their vacation home on the Mrs. Henry weeks with Mrs. Childs was of the New Hampshire State Stone Road. Aug. 3 they took Norman joined by her husband this Agricultural Committee Mr. andMrs. Harry Ritchieto evening, July 28, pest weekend and all returned Francis Lackie. Each spoke dinner at the Colonade of Mr. and home to Harwinton, Conn. on briefly. Restaurant in Lyndonville in Chamberlin Sunday. Mrs. Amanda Ms!son who The program was under the honor of the Ritchies' 24th Mr. and Mrs. leadership of Agricultural wedding anniversary. Peter and hasbeena petient at the Mary Committee chairman Mr. and Mrs. Alton Wilson Wednesday Hitchcock Hospital at Fremont Nelson, and he in- from Stratford, Conn., were at July 29-Aug. Hanover, N.H., for more than !reduced the guest speaker their vacation home on the brother and two weeks has returned to the David Burroughs, who spoke Stone Road the weekend of home of her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Sven on Beekeeping. A question and Aug. 1-2. Heidi in Milton. Haneen answer period followed. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilcox for a cookout and In keeping with the visited their cousin Miss Sunday noon Mrs. Robert (Dorothy Agricultural theme of the UndineWaldroninWoodsville Mrs. Fremont Jackman) Neai who has been visiting her cousin, Mrs. evening, refreshments of ice Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 11. Matthew, and cream with a variety of top- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rit- Mrs. William Lawrence Jackman at her pings were served, chic, who were vacationing at Hannah, Andrew, a Lake Mercy summer home The next meeting will be their camp on Loon Lake in Mr. and Mrs. and also a friend, Mrs. John Sept. 8 and will be election of New Hampshire, visited his Timothy, Stimets in Burlington during officers, uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Joshua, and Mr. the pest five weeks, returned Mrs. Francis Haggarty Harry Ritchie Thursday of- Bruce Nelson. to her home in Scottsdale, from Pan!on and Mr. and Mrs. ternoon, Aug. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Ariz., August 9. Leslie Bean from Orange "Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Underhill and Mrs. W.E. Fehrs returned to Heights, Fla., were dinner Leonard, Darren, Jeffrey, uncle, Mr. and her home in Armonk, N.Y., guests Tuesday, Aug. 11, of Danny, and Sarah, Chad Ritchie, were Aug. 10 after spending 10 days Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson Clark, Mrs. Gone Perkins, evening with her mother, Mrs. L.M. and daughterMarcy. Gene Jr. and Gordon, and Mrs. Jackman. Mr. and Mrs. John Mar- Richard Vance, Jr. attended Mrs. Florence Brainerdwas shall, caretakers of Loghurst the Caledonia County 4-H opsa taken to the Central Vermont Museum in Canfield, Ohio Summer Fling at Comerford Hospital Aug. 7 for ob- spent several days this week Dam in Waterford Thursday, servation and treatment. with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Aug.6. Twenty-eight year old Tex is Teenager at the Pageant David Huntington has been Main. A recent caller of the Mr. and Mrs. Howard The chicken well-known in the area, having Finals recently in New ton- attending Boy Scout Camp at Mains was Miss Josephine Nelson were guests Friday at the fire brought joy -- and awe -- to don, N.H., at Colby-Sawyer Camp Plymouth in Tyson, Vt., Kyle, also of Canfield, Ohio. through Tuesday, Aug 7-11, of 3uccess. The the hearts of many area College. The four runners-up this week and his sister Sara Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, their daughter and family Mr. Auxiliary and residents in previous years, were Holly Spence of Hun- has been visiting her aunt and Gene, Jr. and Gordon were and Mrs. Gale Knull, Morgan merit express His tricks include ringing a Ling!on, Marci Ann Wood of uncle Mr. and Mrs. Randy luncheon guests Tuesday, and Brandy in Saratoga preciation for the hisbell'prayers.r°lling on°Ver'theandFourth,,sayingat RiverRutland'andRUthwendyNels°nAnn°f WellSsum. Rickerthis week.in Waterbury Center Aug. II, of Mrs. David Win-in Springs, N.Y. the community i chester and son Daniel Mrs. Bruce Beauvais hosted was least 100 people attended each marsellofWoudstock. Weekend guests of Mrs. celebration of Daniel's second a luncheon Monday, Aug. I0, Ralph Hodge showing. Only two had been Contestants volunteered at L.M. Jackman were three birthday, for the following guests: Mrs. and family, planned; the third was added least eight hours of civic grandsons, Jeffrey Fehrs of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stevens, Fremont Nelson, Mrs. Bruce his brother George because of thecrowds, service, wrote and gave an Potsdam, N.Y., Thomas Nikki and Jesse of Middlebury Nelson, Mrs. Edward McLure, Mr. and Sarah says that Rex will essay entitled "My County," Fehrs of Maine and Seth perform next year for the modeled half a dozen outfits, FehrsofArmonk, N.Y. and Bruce Elder of Concord, Mrs. Henry Gates, Mrs. Emerson and N.H., were weekend guests of Daniel Leonard, Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Independence Day celebration and submitted copies of Approximately 135 their grandparents. Mr. and Nelson, and Mrs. Robert Moulton and also. sponsor letters, descendants of Ed and Nellie Mrs. Leroy Nelson Aug. 8-9. Nelson of Lincoln, N.H., in wick, Mass. Dave Moore, Don C. Berick Miss Eaton will travel to Farnham of W. Topsham On Saturday Gary Stevens celebration of Mrs. William Several from (General Chairman) and Paul Hawaii, Hollywood and gathered at the fairgrounds at -and Edward McLure attended Nelson's birthday. Ricker (Woodsville General Washington, D.C., for the E Corinth AUg 2 to enjoy a . the open • " • • -- " -- - the Shr|ners Parade and Mr and Mrs Walter Main Chairman) were interviewed nationalfinals, plcmc lnncn, games m nor- F " • • . . the 25th wedding ......... ootball Game m Hanover, attended a Mare famdy for Mr. and Mrs. on WYKR about this year's Due to the request of the sesnees, so!tea|| ann lots m N H M ........ ...... rs MCL,ure, ,|mnor|y reumon Sunday, Aug 9, at the Shriners Maple Sugar Font- Peoples Organization of the remlmscing. Tney came xrom and" " "; ......... • . at their home on .......... Jarea were luncneon nome oz Mrs ,a MacKay in ball Game July 22. They also Wells River Valley, the Public t. t, oms, Mo. ; Long lsiana .......... • congratulations told a bit of the history of this Service Board was present at  v • o,;,.t, o., ..m.o,.. guests mat noon ot Mrs. w. v, arnet, munity -: " - ........ Nelson, Mrs Stevens, Nikki Mr and Mrs Daniel Several game, which is played for the Newbury Town Hall on Ma.; :. Haruora, .., on- -- • _ • . _ . ".. . .......... ann Jesse Leonaru, uarren, JeHrey, ann the bicentennial crippled children each year at Aug. 6. There was a discussion corn, westmore|ana, weare, Frem n" ...... .............. o t Nemon, uarcy ann L)anny, and Mrs Gene held in Hanover. of the of in town w. Leoanon ann woonsvme, . . . • ........... Matthew, Wflham Nelson and Perkins, Joe and Gordon .tl., anU Uurlm on, uarre, G aai n, , .... ' •  , d OrJred,at Sugar Shack at weekend. Mr. and Mrs, Function, Hypertension and Wells River Congregational Post Mills Fairlee Grot,m tv ra° spent 'tay aw/ilie r Wednesday, chins and R,.o,f,,,-, ' .... '.,_,.. evening, Aug. 7, at Bear Ridge Aug. 12, to benefit the visiting Weight Clinic on Aug. 26 at the Church  are the Rummage .............. v .... w, ........ .......... Speedway m Bradford to Caledoma County 4-H Mrs. Wells River Congregational Sale Sept. 12 beginning at 9 ann as[ t;onnm, w ............ ......... ceenrate uarcy s eevonm rounaauon Church from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.a.m, and the Church Supper Mrs. J. h. MC;Ormon m b" • . Several ...... |rthday Mr and Mrs. Walter Mare, Spooner family and in Newbury at the Bailey Sept. 26at6p.m. worcester, Ma. was a • . . . • Memorial Club from 1-4 p.m. Rev. and Mrs. Alan McCain weekend aust f M ,- Two weeks of swimming wRh Mr. and Mrs. Gerald on Saturday --- ° ................. lessons concluded Friday, Morse of Groton, attended the N.Y. One Several from the area at- and children of New York Williams. Aug. 7, at Ticklenaked Pond. 149th anniversary of the Old celebrated was tended the lce Cream Social in werein town last week for the Mr. and Mrs. Herman That evening a large number North Danville Church Sun- Spooner'sbirthdY' East Borne! July 18. Recent wedding 'of Jane Rowe and Lafley of Tunbridge and Mrs. of the students and their day evening, July 26. Mrs. guests of the Nelson boys were Steve Fitch. Harold Parker went to families gathered at the Pond Darcy Nelson participated Groton, visited Jeremy Gray of Swiftwater, Diane Ide, Beth Nelson and Bradley Field at Windsor, Ct., for swimming, refreshments, in 4-H County Dairy Show Day Sunday. Tim Robinson of Farmington; Judi Beuffard attended the Aug. 4 to meet their mother, and presentation of awards Saturday, Aug. 1, in Lyn- David and Doug Sanborn of Reading Workshop at Johnson Mrs. Florence Lafley, and Mr. and Mrs. Newbury and Peter and Dan State College Aug. 12-14. sister, Mrs. Leone Bore, both and progress sheets. Those donville, where he showed his Brown and Dr. of Holiday, Fla., and brought receiving cards for having Holstein calf. Attending the Taylor were in S Newbury" ,sa,etWhi,,ey themtoE. Corinth. passed from one class show with Varcy were his past week for • another were: Intermediate: family, Mr. and Mrs. Fremont 866-5676 Mrs. Verna Wright of Several members of the Selenda Grow is taking a Concord, N.H., came Tuesday LeeFox;AdvancedBeginner: Nelson, Matthew and Ethan Miss Ruth Ralph Perry family are week's earth-science course at to visit her brother and wife, Marcella Frost, Marie Frost, and grandparents Mr. and visil Vicki Jones, Susan Smith, Mrs. RobertHitchcock. staying at Sleepers Meadow Woodstock, and staying at Mr. and Mrs. Bert Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Cabins. night with her aunt, Mrs. and her sister, Miss Vetha William Smith, George Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Howard returned!his to and Roxanna Zampieri; and Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. two week trip Janet Cole is cooking at Persis Johnson, in Pomfret, Holland. Camp Discovery on Cape The three boys are staying in Mr. and Mrs. Morris Knapp Beginner: David Balko, Alden Harold Nelson were in Rex- where Breton peninsula, Nova Connecticut with their father, accompanied by Mrs. Scott Carvalho, Dylan Ford, bury Wednesday, July 29, to nual Scotia. She brought her sister A Sleepers Meadow guest Knapp were in Hillsboro, Michael Kinney, Daniel visit their cousin Mrs. Ruth Gideon's with her to look after Megan spotted two coyotes running N.H., Monday to call on Leonard, Darren Leonard, Melcher, who is visiting there return tri and David who are enjoying into Peter Cole's corn about 5 cousins, Miss Bernice Merrill, Darcy Nelson, Matthew from Texas. through their vacation in the camp a.m. one morning. In the Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hills and Nelson, Gene Perkins Jr., Mrs. John Mansell and Mr. visiting the Gra which is operated by April evening the four rows of sweet Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Gordon Perkins, Charlie andMrs. Derek Mausell from Petrified Tannhauser and her mother, corn were found to be corn- Chauncey and children. They Thetford, Richard Vance Jr., Andnver, N.H., were weekend desert. Charlie Cole is suffering pletely smashed andstripped, also called on a friend, Mrs. and Timothy White. Sixty-guests Aug. 1-2 of their from the miserable ailment Do coyotes eat corn? Avis French in Antrim, N.H. seven boys and girls were daughter and sister and enrolled in the Red Cross family, Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Orf( known as/'shingles." He is 007 Sylvester is taking Those from here to attend Lessons taught by Nancy Carvalho, Alden and Matthew, longing for the end of the two- precautions against the the annual Vermont week period that is supposed coyotes, also against the Association d St. Petersburg Perkins, Judy Vance, Lee to celebrate Matthew's third Mr. and to he the worst part. skunk that came into his luncheon at.the Lake Mercy Carvalhn, Jeanette McLure, birthday. Joining Matthew for and Mrs. Inn Wednesday were Mr. and and Bonnie Vance. his party were Dylan, Taylor, Rumney Maarten Smit and Greg set kitchen and ate half a package Mrs. Bert Holland, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Spencer Ford. Glenn Pease off early Friday morning for of Bisquick. Montana to bring Una home Tom Rathburn is home after Verna Wright, Mrs. Harold Forrest and daughter Donna Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilcox Mr. and Mrs. of Reading, Mass., were returned home July 26 from a Southington, from her summer camp- his session at drama school at Parker and Mrs. Florence weekend guests Friday two-week visit with her sister counsellor job. They are Boston University. He admits Lafley. taking a car-top trailer, it was a hard-working course. The congratulations of the through Sunday, Aug. 7-9, of and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. communitY are extended to her fatherJamesNelson. Thomas Mayer in Arlington Sailie and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Heights, Ill. En route home and Mrs. Susan and Lester Worthier Lisbon HildahBedard who celebrated their 67th Eastman andVarrylhosteda they spent an overnight with tended a t . I t 83-67,; wedding anniversary Aug. 5. chicken barbecue dinner their niece Miss Marianna shower for Ja A.V.S.C.C. enjoys to visit her son, and is plan- A Ulgust 5 supper guests at Sunday, AUg. 9, with the Mayer in Holland, Mich., and John Thorp amealamiamuseum ning to visit Helen Wrightin the home of Mr. and Mrs. following guests: Mr. and called on his sister, Mrs. June John's On Aug. 12, by car or by bus, Olympia, Wash. A volunteer is Harold Parker were Mr. and Mrs. John Clark and son Chad Cummings of Waterbury. driven by Wally Berry, 61 needed to fill the presidency-- Mrs. James Mclntnsh of East of E. Barre, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Main Also Longmeadow, Ma., and Mrs. Richard Perkins of W. Burke and granddaughter Melissa was Mr. Ammonoosuc Valley Citizens see the Nominating Com- Helen Davis of Bradford. and her nephew Wayne, Mr. Page of Groton spent the day Nutter and and three guests (Dolly mittee, and Mrs. Daniel Leonard, Monday, Aug. 3, with Mr, and Orford; Merma, Chuck Carrel, Seniors will meet Aug. 19 at Darren, Jeffrey, Danny, and Mrs. Holmes Parker at their pton, N.H.; Beverly Carrel) reached 12:30p.m. at the Curtis Picnic Whistle Stop ready for the Area. Please bring a box and cake were served by Sarah, Jeffrey Perkins of camp on Caspian Lake in Nashua; Mr planned meal. As if chicken a lunch, drink, and chair. If one teua Barrett, Gertrude Petersham, Mass., and Mr. Greensboro. Pease and Merrill, and Leona Stillings, and Mrs. Gene Perkins, Gene James Nelson was a Sunday ford. weren'tla king Onenough,homemadecatherinebiscuits hisiS onowna diet,_ heothersmay wiilPrepareex- Hildah Bedard presented a Jr. and Gordon. dinner guest Aug. 2 of his son A Huckihs Snell's chocolate and yellow change, lfitrains, thelunches short program of poems and • Mr. and Mrs. Roswell and daughter-in-law, Mr. and was en facts. Topics included: Hussey of Fitchburg, Mass., Mrs. Harold Nelson, in honor 9, at the cakes for the 16 celebrants will be eaten at the Lisbon 'Teacher Rules of 1915; Harold quickly disappeared -- even Town Hall. Then, on Aug. 26, Ma  spent the weekend of Aug. 8-9 of his  birthday. the crumbs! Game Day will be held, prizes Vehicle Fee Increases, with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lake, A short business meeting needed, r|owandThreeLoeks. Arthur Whitehill. Joining Maxfield, Sylvia and Christine the them for supper Saturday of W. Fairlee spent the day preceded a visit to the Sugar Rebekah meeting evening were Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday, Aug. 5, with her "Skip," Hill Museum, where all were t After cancellation of two welcomed, and conducted meetings due to illnesses, the NO-NAME REVUE Winston Currier, Danny and parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nathan THETFORD HILL -- The April of Monroe, N.H. Wilcox. Teri and thethr°Ughbarn.theTracingmain buildingof whereand GertrudeRebekahs metBell at Lymantheir .... Parish Players will present Following supper Mrs. Alfred Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Orford; Sugar Hill residents came location in Lisbon on Aug. 6. rne No-Name Revue," an Lamarre of Woodsville and Peter and Melissa were of Fairlee; from, and where they settled, Noble Grand Gertrude Merrill ev.eni.og of comedy in songs Mr. and Mrs. Alan Lamarre supper guests Tuesday, Aug. Marsh of was very well done. The lacy conducted the short business anti sketches, at the Thetford and family of Portsmouth, 4, of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Debbie, trange, Thetford Hill, at 8 N.H., were callers. Hassall Nelson in celebration Orford; youngster's clothing, the meeting. Cobleigh Tavern, and the On Sept. 17, visitation will be P.m. Aug. 21-22. Reserved Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson of Mrs. Gates' birthday. Noyes of coaches were of special in- held for the Rebekahs, with seats are $3.50, general ad- hosted a buffet dinner Mr. and Mrs. HassallNelson Hendry terest. President of the Rebekah mission $3, call (802) 78,5-4344 Saturday evening, Aug. 8, for attended his 55th class reunion Claire Anew member, not present, Assembly, Mrs, Marjorie for reservations, the following family mere- from Montpelier Seminary was Howard Bronson -- and a Rittall, as visiting officer, hers: James Nelson, Mr. and Saturday, Aug. 1, at Vermont and Bari Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Curtis, College. Seven members of his and longtime member was bid Light refreshments will be BITS&PIECES Andrea, and James, Kenneth graduating class were in Mr. farewell -- Doris Judd is soon served after the evening The difference between a Nelson and daughter Marcy, attendance. McGovern going to live with her son meeting. •-- career and a job is about Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, Steve Leonard of Burlington N.Y., are Charles. Kathryn Hall ts going Before sandwicheS, cookies, twenty or more hours a week. Gene Jr, and Gordon, and Mr, was a weekend guest Aug. 1-2 Page 8-The Journal Opininn-August 19, 1981 I I I I I 00Bath Village , SusanPieknell - 747-2625 If you have any item you 3 cups grated summer squash would like to add to our 3eggs, beaten Fairlee column please contact me at ,., lb. chopped, par cooked the above number, sausage Mrs. Esther Johnson Old Home Day 1 onion chopped fine 1 333-9704 In spite of the threatening % cup flour weather there were many who I lb. cottage cheese Sunday, July 26, a picnic foi" came to the festivities. In the Mix into greased baking the Orford-Fairlee Minor morning there was a Kiddie dish. Top with grated cheese League Baseball Team was Parade. In the afternoon or bread crumbs or both. Bake held at Upper Baker Pond, in games were enjoyed. There at 350 degrees til browned. Orford, N.H. Chris Crowley were over 200 people who There were eight tables at and Henry McKee were in came to the delicious chicken the card party held at the charge. Visitors at the home of Mrs. barbecue. The weather turned Town Hall Monday evening, Bessie Perry recently were out good for the dance. Aug. 10. her niece and husband, Mr. Country Roads played a Ladies' prizes: high score-- variety of music to 300 or 400 Lillian Tatro; second high and Mrs. Frank Miller and people, score -- Beulah Bowles, daughter, of Halifax, N.S., and Library middle score-- Phyllis Schoff. Mr. and Mrs. Hill, of Truno, This will be the last week of Men's prizes: High Score -- N.S., Canada. story hour. We will have a Roscoe Noyes; second high On Sunday, July 26, Mrs. Conrad Chopin had a con- party including refreshments, score -- Charles Currier; fronts!ion with a black bearin games, songs, a movie and toy middle score -- Kenneth her driveway. Needless to say, exchange. We have had the Reynolds.  t turn out yet and hope to Special food prizes-- Lillian neither Mrs. Chapin or the gee all again next summer. McBurney, Marion Faulkner. bear lingered long, taking off Recipeoftheweek Door prizes: Zellene Butt, rapidly in opposite directions. Don't throw away all your GeneBurt. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph extra summer squash yet ! Lunch, angel cake and Napieraiski, of Bay City, Squash Casserole lemonade were served. VISITING--New Hampshire Attorney General Gregory Smith and District One Executive Councilor WOOdSVJlle---- Ray Burton spent July 27 visiting citizens of the northern part of the state from Colebrook to Laconia, Beth Neison .traveling by plane. One of their stops was in N. ' ' "757-3429 Haverhill for an informal informational meeting at Fourteen boys from the home of Smith's uncle and aunt, Laurence and Woodsville and Lisbon left Eola Smith. Smith family members at the gathering, Aug. 8 for Brussels, Belgium, where they will play five or six from left, are Avis, Laurence, Eola, Atty. Gen. Greg, matches with teams from Polly; and Burton, who made arrangements for the Merksen, Antwerp and other tour. towns. Between matches the •, • • - ----L!,| KatharineBlaisdeil group, chaperoned by Steve [. laV[rl ! I i 787-6315 and Diane Walker, teachers at Woodsville High School, will M-Sgt. John Page and Barbara and Web Judd of St. visit Paris and sightsee along family arrived in Germany Inigoes, Md. Barbara Judd is the Flemishcoast. Aug. 12 for a thre¢'-year tour of the granddaughter of Rev. The Belgium Booster Club duty at Spangdahlem Air HenryS.lvesofNewb,jry.The formed by the boys' parents F  ,  ! "" Germany they had spent through the White Mountains raised the money with car several weeks here at the traveling in the Lucas's new washes, food sales- and home of her perch!s, Dick and Rockwood motor home. suppers and selling ice at the Mary Allhee. Visitors of the Blaisdells o1 N. Haverhill Fair. Mrs. Esther Green of Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Members of the group will Greenfield, Mass., is spending James Coughlin of Litchfield, be staying with eight host a few days with her daughter, whose daughter Kathieen is families. The Belgium team MargeCowles, andfamily, marrying Roscoe Blaisdell will return the visit to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dargie Sept. 12. Woodsville next year. Jr. of Brockton, Mass., Nine members and two The 14th Annual Little recently visited their aunt and guests of Haverhill Senior league Jimmy Fund Benefit uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Citizens met for a picnic at the game was held Aug. 16 het- Demers. Maynard's sister, Keyes Plain picnic area Aug. ween the Woodsville Mrs. Rosalie Cleaves of 10. The September meeting American Legion team and Norwood, Mass., also visited will be held at the home of the Monroe team at the them. Bernice Johnson, five miles Monroe Elementary School. Herman and Velma Lucas's from N. Haverhill on the The Little Leaguers collected yard turned into a cam- Benton Road. a good sum in the fight against pground last week with The AARP picnic AUg. 20 cancer. several camper-friends will beheldat6:30p.m, atthe Around 35 attended the visiting: Bob andJane Moore home of Laurence and Eola Daily Vacation Bible School at from Dowagiac, Mich.; Smith. Hamburgers and hot the Calvary Baptist Church George and Dorothy Fernham dogs will be provided for a last week. Teachers were of Hartford, Mich.,. and cookout. Jonathan and Polly Oakes, Elizabeth Ingalls, Ginger Wilder, Joan Parker, and Dottle George. The Earl Watermans of Massachusetts called on WELL CHILD CLINIC relatives last week. Stephen and Jonathan TASKER'S WELL We Hoed Your Business! LYME--A free Well Child IF   Clinic for all pre-school Parker were in Barre Aug. 11 IB  1 children from Lyme, Lyme and called on Charles White. Center, Orford and Piermont Mr. and Mrs. Murdo will be held Thursday, Aug. 20, MacLeod of Essex Jet. called from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. at Lyme onseveral families in thearea Church. Call (603) 795-2661 recently. Thursday morning for an appointment. 603-942-8173 603-942-5581 TOWN NURSE A Community Health Services Inc. town nurse will check hypertension, weight and lung function Aug. 26 at the Wells River United Church of Christ from 9 a.m.-12 p.m., and at the Bailey Memorial Clue in Newbury from 1-4 p.m. I ___ ......... new and used car and truck selections in the Upper Vagey | CASH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS AND PICKUPS ! " OVER 36 YEARS DEPENDABLE SERVICE ! CLIFFORD'S GARA(;E. INC. ! Mich., spent three days with Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Chapin, the last week in July. Mrs. Donna Cline, of N. Hat!land, conducted the service at the Federated Church Aug. 9, in the absence of the Rev. Arthur Bagley. Wells River Pastor Bagley is attending the 33rd Annual Conference of the Sarah Lamarre and her Conservative Congregational trick horse Rex received two Church, of which he is a blue ribbons from the Ress- member, at the University of Wood Post 20 for three out- Wisconsin, in Superior, Wisc. standing performances given While Pastor Bagley is away, at the community Fourth of the Rev. James Beudreau, of July celebration this month. Bradford, will be available for funerals and weddings. His phone number is 222-9062. "Mr. and Mrs. Harley Gallup and Mrs. Karl Johnson called on Mr. Henning Johnson, in E. Orange Sunday. TRICKY--Rex. the trick horse. N Beth Nelson 757-3429 Oakes of Woodsville. Power company personnel have been cutting tree branches and bushes on Randall Hill. Cindy Eaton of Derby was crowned Vermont Miss United Ryegate _ Blue Mountain Grange No. and Mrs. Richard Forrest and of his brother and E. Corinth---- 3 held their regular meeting daughter Donna of Reading, and Mrs. Daniel Tuesday evening, Aug. 11, Mass. Darren, Jeffrey, Stella Knapp with 18 members, 11 visitors Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilcox Sarah. 439-5762 from Moosilauke Grange in E. attended funeral services Mrs. Hassall Guests of Mrs. Fred Childs Haverhill, N.H., two guests, Saturday, Aug. 8, for her uncle Mrs. Kenneth August 2 - 6 were her daughter and two children present. James McNamara in visitors Distinguished guests present Claremont, N.H. July 30, of and husband, Mr. and Mrs. included New Hampshire Mr. and Mrs. Walter MacDonald, Kenneth Kirby, of Worcester, Subordinate Deputy Richard Hassenmayer of Milford, McPhee and Mass. Her granddaughter, Abbott, New Hampshire State Conn., and her brother and Mrs. Gary Poirer and Home Economics Chairman wife spent a recent week at Mrs. Hassall daughter, lea, who spent two Betty Abbott, and a member their vacation home on the Mrs. Henry weeks with Mrs. Childs was of the New Hampshire State Stone Road. Aug. 3 they took Norman joined by her husband this Agricultural Committee Mr. andMrs. Harry Ritchieto evening, July 28, pest weekend and all returned Francis Lackie. Each spoke dinner at the Colonade of Mr. and home to Harwinton, Conn. on briefly. Restaurant in Lyndonville in Chamberlin Sunday. Mrs. Amanda Ms!son who The program was under the honor of the Ritchies' 24th Mr. and Mrs. leadership of Agricultural wedding anniversary. Peter and hasbeena petient at the Mary Committee chairman Mr. and Mrs. Alton Wilson Wednesday Hitchcock Hospital at Fremont Nelson, and he in- from Stratford, Conn., were at July 29-Aug. Hanover, N.H., for more than !reduced the guest speaker their vacation home on the brother and two weeks has returned to the David Burroughs, who spoke Stone Road the weekend of home of her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Sven on Beekeeping. A question and Aug. 1-2. Heidi in Milton. Haneen answer period followed. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilcox for a cookout and In keeping with the visited their cousin Miss Sunday noon Mrs. Robert (Dorothy Agricultural theme of the UndineWaldroninWoodsville Mrs. Fremont Jackman) Neai who has been visiting her cousin, Mrs. evening, refreshments of ice Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 11. Matthew, and cream with a variety of top- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rit- Mrs. William Lawrence Jackman at her pings were served, chic, who were vacationing at Hannah, Andrew, a Lake Mercy summer home The next meeting will be their camp on Loon Lake in Mr. and Mrs. and also a friend, Mrs. John Sept. 8 and will be election of New Hampshire, visited his Timothy, Stimets in Burlington during officers, uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Joshua, and Mr. the pest five weeks, returned Mrs. Francis Haggarty Harry Ritchie Thursday of- Bruce Nelson. to her home in Scottsdale, from Pan!on and Mr. and Mrs. ternoon, Aug. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Ariz., August 9. Leslie Bean from Orange "Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Underhill and Mrs. W.E. Fehrs returned to Heights, Fla., were dinner Leonard, Darren, Jeffrey, uncle, Mr. and her home in Armonk, N.Y., guests Tuesday, Aug. 11, of Danny, and Sarah, Chad Ritchie, were Aug. 10 after spending 10 days Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson Clark, Mrs. Gone Perkins, evening with her mother, Mrs. L.M. and daughterMarcy. Gene Jr. and Gordon, and Mrs. Jackman. Mr. and Mrs. John Mar- Richard Vance, Jr. attended Mrs. Florence Brainerdwas shall, caretakers of Loghurst the Caledonia County 4-H opsa taken to the Central Vermont Museum in Canfield, Ohio Summer Fling at Comerford Hospital Aug. 7 for ob- spent several days this week Dam in Waterford Thursday, servation and treatment. with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Aug.6. Twenty-eight year old Tex is Teenager at the Pageant David Huntington has been Main. A recent caller of the Mr. and Mrs. Howard The chicken well-known in the area, having Finals recently in New ton- attending Boy Scout Camp at Mains was Miss Josephine Nelson were guests Friday at the fire brought joy -- and awe -- to don, N.H., at Colby-Sawyer Camp Plymouth in Tyson, Vt., Kyle, also of Canfield, Ohio. through Tuesday, Aug 7-11, of 3uccess. The the hearts of many area College. The four runners-up this week and his sister Sara Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, their daughter and family Mr. Auxiliary and residents in previous years, were Holly Spence of Hun- has been visiting her aunt and Gene, Jr. and Gordon were and Mrs. Gale Knull, Morgan merit express His tricks include ringing a Ling!on, Marci Ann Wood of uncle Mr. and Mrs. Randy luncheon guests Tuesday, and Brandy in Saratoga preciation for the hisbell'prayers.r°lling on°Ver'theandFourth,,sayingat RiverRutland'andRUthwendyNels°nAnn°f WellSsum. Rickerthis week.in Waterbury Center Aug. II, of Mrs. David Win-in Springs, N.Y. the community i chester and son Daniel Mrs. Bruce Beauvais hosted was least 100 people attended each marsellofWoudstock. Weekend guests of Mrs. celebration of Daniel's second a luncheon Monday, Aug. I0, Ralph Hodge showing. Only two had been Contestants volunteered at L.M. Jackman were three birthday, for the following guests: Mrs. and family, planned; the third was added least eight hours of civic grandsons, Jeffrey Fehrs of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stevens, Fremont Nelson, Mrs. Bruce his brother George because of thecrowds, service, wrote and gave an Potsdam, N.Y., Thomas Nikki and Jesse of Middlebury Nelson, Mrs. Edward McLure, Mr. and Sarah says that Rex will essay entitled "My County," Fehrs of Maine and Seth perform next year for the modeled half a dozen outfits, FehrsofArmonk, N.Y. and Bruce Elder of Concord, Mrs. Henry Gates, Mrs. Emerson and N.H., were weekend guests of Daniel Leonard, Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Independence Day celebration and submitted copies of Approximately 135 their grandparents. Mr. and Nelson, and Mrs. Robert Moulton and also. sponsor letters, descendants of Ed and Nellie Mrs. Leroy Nelson Aug. 8-9. Nelson of Lincoln, N.H., in wick, Mass. Dave Moore, Don C. Berick Miss Eaton will travel to Farnham of W. Topsham On Saturday Gary Stevens celebration of Mrs. William Several from (General Chairman) and Paul Hawaii, Hollywood and gathered at the fairgrounds at -and Edward McLure attended Nelson's birthday. Ricker (Woodsville General Washington, D.C., for the E Corinth AUg 2 to enjoy a . the open • " • • -- " -- - the Shr|ners Parade and Mr and Mrs Walter Main Chairman) were interviewed nationalfinals, plcmc lnncn, games m nor- F " • • . . the 25th wedding ......... ootball Game m Hanover, attended a Mare famdy for Mr. and Mrs. on WYKR about this year's Due to the request of the sesnees, so!tea|| ann lots m N H M ........ ...... rs MCL,ure, ,|mnor|y reumon Sunday, Aug 9, at the Shriners Maple Sugar Font- Peoples Organization of the remlmscing. Tney came xrom and" " "; ......... • . at their home on .......... Jarea were luncneon nome oz Mrs ,a MacKay in ball Game July 22. They also Wells River Valley, the Public t. t, oms, Mo. ; Long lsiana .......... • congratulations told a bit of the history of this Service Board was present at  v • o,;,.t, o., ..m.o,.. guests mat noon ot Mrs. w. v, arnet, munity -: " - ........ Nelson, Mrs Stevens, Nikki Mr and Mrs Daniel Several game, which is played for the Newbury Town Hall on Ma.; :. Haruora, .., on- -- • _ • . _ . ".. . .......... ann Jesse Leonaru, uarren, JeHrey, ann the bicentennial crippled children each year at Aug. 6. There was a discussion corn, westmore|ana, weare, Frem n" ...... .............. o t Nemon, uarcy ann L)anny, and Mrs Gene held in Hanover. of the of in town w. Leoanon ann woonsvme, . . . • ........... Matthew, Wflham Nelson and Perkins, Joe and Gordon .tl., anU Uurlm on, uarre, G aai n, , .... ' •  , d OrJred,at Sugar Shack at weekend. Mr. and Mrs, Function, Hypertension and Wells River Congregational Post Mills Fairlee Grot,m tv ra° spent 'tay aw/ilie r Wednesday, chins and R,.o,f,,,-, ' .... '.,_,.. evening, Aug. 7, at Bear Ridge Aug. 12, to benefit the visiting Weight Clinic on Aug. 26 at the Church  are the Rummage .............. v .... w, ........ .......... Speedway m Bradford to Caledoma County 4-H Mrs. Wells River Congregational Sale Sept. 12 beginning at 9 ann as[ t;onnm, w ............ ......... ceenrate uarcy s eevonm rounaauon Church from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.a.m, and the Church Supper Mrs. J. h. MC;Ormon m b" • . Several ...... |rthday Mr and Mrs. Walter Mare, Spooner family and in Newbury at the Bailey Sept. 26at6p.m. worcester, Ma. was a • . . . • Memorial Club from 1-4 p.m. Rev. and Mrs. Alan McCain weekend aust f M ,- Two weeks of swimming wRh Mr. and Mrs. Gerald on Saturday --- ° ................. lessons concluded Friday, Morse of Groton, attended the N.Y. One Several from the area at- and children of New York Williams. Aug. 7, at Ticklenaked Pond. 149th anniversary of the Old celebrated was tended the lce Cream Social in werein town last week for the Mr. and Mrs. Herman That evening a large number North Danville Church Sun- Spooner'sbirthdY' East Borne! July 18. Recent wedding 'of Jane Rowe and Lafley of Tunbridge and Mrs. of the students and their day evening, July 26. Mrs. guests of the Nelson boys were Steve Fitch. Harold Parker went to families gathered at the Pond Darcy Nelson participated Groton, visited Jeremy Gray of Swiftwater, Diane Ide, Beth Nelson and Bradley Field at Windsor, Ct., for swimming, refreshments, in 4-H County Dairy Show Day Sunday. Tim Robinson of Farmington; Judi Beuffard attended the Aug. 4 to meet their mother, and presentation of awards Saturday, Aug. 1, in Lyn- David and Doug Sanborn of Reading Workshop at Johnson Mrs. Florence Lafley, and Mr. and Mrs. Newbury and Peter and Dan State College Aug. 12-14. sister, Mrs. Leone Bore, both and progress sheets. Those donville, where he showed his Brown and Dr. of Holiday, Fla., and brought receiving cards for having Holstein calf. Attending the Taylor were in S Newbury" ,sa,etWhi,,ey themtoE. Corinth. passed from one class show with Varcy were his past week for • another were: Intermediate: family, Mr. and Mrs. Fremont 866-5676 Mrs. Verna Wright of Several members of the Selenda Grow is taking a Concord, N.H., came Tuesday LeeFox;AdvancedBeginner: Nelson, Matthew and Ethan Miss Ruth Ralph Perry family are week's earth-science course at to visit her brother and wife, Marcella Frost, Marie Frost, and grandparents Mr. and visil Vicki Jones, Susan Smith, Mrs. RobertHitchcock. staying at Sleepers Meadow Woodstock, and staying at Mr. and Mrs. Bert Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Cabins. night with her aunt, Mrs. and her sister, Miss Vetha William Smith, George Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Howard returned!his to and Roxanna Zampieri; and Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. two week trip Janet Cole is cooking at Persis Johnson, in Pomfret, Holland. Camp Discovery on Cape The three boys are staying in Mr. and Mrs. Morris Knapp Beginner: David Balko, Alden Harold Nelson were in Rex- where Breton peninsula, Nova Connecticut with their father, accompanied by Mrs. Scott Carvalho, Dylan Ford, bury Wednesday, July 29, to nual Scotia. She brought her sister A Sleepers Meadow guest Knapp were in Hillsboro, Michael Kinney, Daniel visit their cousin Mrs. Ruth Gideon's with her to look after Megan spotted two coyotes running N.H., Monday to call on Leonard, Darren Leonard, Melcher, who is visiting there return tri and David who are enjoying into Peter Cole's corn about 5 cousins, Miss Bernice Merrill, Darcy Nelson, Matthew from Texas. through their vacation in the camp a.m. one morning. In the Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hills and Nelson, Gene Perkins Jr., Mrs. John Mansell and Mr. visiting the Gra which is operated by April evening the four rows of sweet Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Gordon Perkins, Charlie andMrs. Derek Mausell from Petrified Tannhauser and her mother, corn were found to be corn- Chauncey and children. They Thetford, Richard Vance Jr., Andnver, N.H., were weekend desert. Charlie Cole is suffering pletely smashed andstripped, also called on a friend, Mrs. and Timothy White. Sixty-guests Aug. 1-2 of their from the miserable ailment Do coyotes eat corn? Avis French in Antrim, N.H. seven boys and girls were daughter and sister and enrolled in the Red Cross family, Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Orf( known as/'shingles." He is 007 Sylvester is taking Those from here to attend Lessons taught by Nancy Carvalho, Alden and Matthew, longing for the end of the two- precautions against the the annual Vermont week period that is supposed coyotes, also against the Association d St. Petersburg Perkins, Judy Vance, Lee to celebrate Matthew's third Mr. and to he the worst part. skunk that came into his luncheon at.the Lake Mercy Carvalhn, Jeanette McLure, birthday. Joining Matthew for and Mrs. Inn Wednesday were Mr. and and Bonnie Vance. his party were Dylan, Taylor, Rumney Maarten Smit and Greg set kitchen and ate half a package Mrs. Bert Holland, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Spencer Ford. Glenn Pease off early Friday morning for of Bisquick. Montana to bring Una home Tom Rathburn is home after Verna Wright, Mrs. Harold Forrest and daughter Donna Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilcox Mr. and Mrs. of Reading, Mass., were returned home July 26 from a Southington, from her summer camp- his session at drama school at Parker and Mrs. Florence weekend guests Friday two-week visit with her sister counsellor job. They are Boston University. He admits Lafley. taking a car-top trailer, it was a hard-working course. The congratulations of the through Sunday, Aug. 7-9, of and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. communitY are extended to her fatherJamesNelson. Thomas Mayer in Arlington Sailie and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Heights, Ill. En route home and Mrs. Susan and Lester Worthier Lisbon HildahBedard who celebrated their 67th Eastman andVarrylhosteda they spent an overnight with tended a t . I t 83-67,; wedding anniversary Aug. 5. chicken barbecue dinner their niece Miss Marianna shower for Ja A.V.S.C.C. enjoys to visit her son, and is plan- A Ulgust 5 supper guests at Sunday, AUg. 9, with the Mayer in Holland, Mich., and John Thorp amealamiamuseum ning to visit Helen Wrightin the home of Mr. and Mrs. following guests: Mr. and called on his sister, Mrs. June John's On Aug. 12, by car or by bus, Olympia, Wash. A volunteer is Harold Parker were Mr. and Mrs. John Clark and son Chad Cummings of Waterbury. driven by Wally Berry, 61 needed to fill the presidency-- Mrs. James Mclntnsh of East of E. Barre, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Main Also Longmeadow, Ma., and Mrs. Richard Perkins of W. Burke and granddaughter Melissa was Mr. Ammonoosuc Valley Citizens see the Nominating Com- Helen Davis of Bradford. and her nephew Wayne, Mr. Page of Groton spent the day Nutter and and three guests (Dolly mittee, and Mrs. Daniel Leonard, Monday, Aug. 3, with Mr, and Orford; Merma, Chuck Carrel, Seniors will meet Aug. 19 at Darren, Jeffrey, Danny, and Mrs. Holmes Parker at their pton, N.H.; Beverly Carrel) reached 12:30p.m. at the Curtis Picnic Whistle Stop ready for the Area. Please bring a box and cake were served by Sarah, Jeffrey Perkins of camp on Caspian Lake in Nashua; Mr planned meal. As if chicken a lunch, drink, and chair. If one teua Barrett, Gertrude Petersham, Mass., and Mr. Greensboro. Pease and Merrill, and Leona Stillings, and Mrs. Gene Perkins, Gene James Nelson was a Sunday ford. weren'tla king Onenough,homemadecatherinebiscuits hisiS onowna diet,_ heothersmay wiilPrepareex- Hildah Bedard presented a Jr. and Gordon. dinner guest Aug. 2 of his son A Huckihs Snell's chocolate and yellow change, lfitrains, thelunches short program of poems and • Mr. and Mrs. Roswell and daughter-in-law, Mr. and was en facts. Topics included: Hussey of Fitchburg, Mass., Mrs. Harold Nelson, in honor 9, at the cakes for the 16 celebrants will be eaten at the Lisbon 'Teacher Rules of 1915; Harold quickly disappeared -- even Town Hall. Then, on Aug. 26, Ma  spent the weekend of Aug. 8-9 of his  birthday. the crumbs! Game Day will be held, prizes Vehicle Fee Increases, with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lake, A short business meeting needed, r|owandThreeLoeks. Arthur Whitehill. Joining Maxfield, Sylvia and Christine the them for supper Saturday of W. Fairlee spent the day preceded a visit to the Sugar Rebekah meeting evening were Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday, Aug. 5, with her "Skip," Hill Museum, where all were t After cancellation of two welcomed, and conducted meetings due to illnesses, the NO-NAME REVUE Winston Currier, Danny and parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nathan THETFORD HILL -- The April of Monroe, N.H. Wilcox. Teri and thethr°Ughbarn.theTracingmain buildingof whereand GertrudeRebekahs metBell at Lymantheir .... Parish Players will present Following supper Mrs. Alfred Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Orford; Sugar Hill residents came location in Lisbon on Aug. 6. rne No-Name Revue," an Lamarre of Woodsville and Peter and Melissa were of Fairlee; from, and where they settled, Noble Grand Gertrude Merrill ev.eni.og of comedy in songs Mr. and Mrs. Alan Lamarre supper guests Tuesday, Aug. Marsh of was very well done. The lacy conducted the short business anti sketches, at the Thetford and family of Portsmouth, 4, of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Debbie, trange, Thetford Hill, at 8 N.H., were callers. Hassall Nelson in celebration Orford; youngster's clothing, the meeting. Cobleigh Tavern, and the On Sept. 17, visitation will be P.m. Aug. 21-22. Reserved Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson of Mrs. Gates' birthday. Noyes of coaches were of special in- held for the Rebekahs, with seats are $3.50, general ad- hosted a buffet dinner Mr. and Mrs. HassallNelson Hendry terest. President of the Rebekah mission $3, call (802) 78,5-4344 Saturday evening, Aug. 8, for attended his 55th class reunion Claire Anew member, not present, Assembly, Mrs, Marjorie for reservations, the following family mere- from Montpelier Seminary was Howard Bronson -- and a Rittall, as visiting officer, hers: James Nelson, Mr. and Saturday, Aug. 1, at Vermont and Bari Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Curtis, College. Seven members of his and longtime member was bid Light refreshments will be BITS&PIECES Andrea, and James, Kenneth graduating class were in Mr. farewell -- Doris Judd is soon served after the evening The difference between a Nelson and daughter Marcy, attendance. McGovern going to live with her son meeting. •-- career and a job is about Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, Steve Leonard of Burlington N.Y., are Charles. Kathryn Hall ts going Before sandwicheS, cookies, twenty or more hours a week. Gene Jr, and Gordon, and Mr, was a weekend guest Aug. 1-2