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N ie-Y  M cLaughlin .Jib, who works allo+yith the campus E! a'  Christ, will be rs Y$11ides of his work at dMlxgalional Parsonage 4. 23 at 7 p.m. l King has as his W' daughter and son- all and Mrs. Myron ate of Jeffersonville, tet granddaughter, z,',.:rm'ander of Nevada, lj0t Mr. and Mrs. "yz*r+on and children, .s.H and David, of melvil -- E,.,,,J ie, Pa. hro. Ramsdeli of ' +leLealled on his a: nil .,rence Ramsdell on n Jc rsula nd Marcella Hoffman 764-5795 of their grandson Michael of tertainments to benefit the in East Hawley, Mass., and Ann formation of the Mr. Moses Hoff of York, Maine. Moosilauke Health Center in Vernon Pease was taken ill its early days. Mrs. La while at work Monday. He is Macchia is Dr. Jeanette now at the Veteran's Hospital Brewster, a chiropractor. in White River Jet. A word from the select- Rev. Richard Mountfort was men's office tells us there are the speaker at the Sunday too many dogs running loose service at the Atwell Hill in thevillage. Baptist Church. He and Mrs. Miss Ruth Hayward is in Mountfort are staying at town having completed an Higher Ground Camp. ' Dr. Kenneth Wolf will present his ninth annual organ recital at the Congregational Church Sunday, Aug. 28 at 7:30 p.m. A feature of the program will be the playing of the "Concerto Grosse" by Vivaldi, a work written Kennedy originally for orchestra and assignment in Nassau. Don't forget the dance for the benefit of Sylena Puffer at : the school Aug. 15. BOYB. Free lunch provided. Set ups available. Raffles! Fun! $5 single. Thelma and Leon Lamb are home following an extended cruise up the coast to the i. August 19, 19$1-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 L. E. Renie dies at Lyme Center LYME CTR. -- Lawrence E. He was a farmer most of his Renie, 74, died Aug. 11 at his life and was later employed in home. Thayer Hall of Dartmouth He was born in Hanover College retiringin 1973. Aug. 12, 1907, the sou of H. Roy Renie's first wife, Marion, and Della (Hanchett) Runic. died in 1962. He remarried He attended Austin School Eileen, who died in1980. for 11 years in Brattleboro. He is survived by his uncle, Fred Hanchett of E, Thetford Hope Garfield, and many cousins. Funeral services were held kz_ at the Lyme Center Baptist di Church with burial at the ltwJm CHELSEA--The funeral Highland Cemetery in Lyme. service for Hove Lucy Gar- Arrangements were by the field, 76, was held here Aug. 9. Godfrey Funeral Home in Ely. She died Aug. 7 in the Fanny Allen Hospital in Colchester. ! Montebello Street Woodsville, Nil 03785 fo747-2000 BItOKEII :  AsS('IATES: Albine A. i+euthold  Paul Mayette 787-6270 Robert Dupuis 747-253t List No. 261-- Excellent condition 7 year old ranch boasts 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths -- large modern kitchen with eat-in area. 14'6" x 11' LR, 2 car attached garage, full basement. Come sit on the porch and enjoy the pretty mountain views. /2 acre + or - on quiet street in small to@n. Offered at $46,$98. List No. 7-- BUSINESS -- this mobile park comes with 5 trailers -- total of 12 spaces. Income and expense statement available to serious buyer. Possibility of some owner financing. Offered at $59,800. IIII I II I from her stay in transcribed f or organ. Thousand Islands and into !=% Bearers were Eustice e Conn., on Satur- Mrs. Gladys Hamilton is in Canada. Morrison's 16-year- the Emerson Convalescent This year's Market Day was ............................. + ..... ie:  Robert of Alma, Home in Emerson, N.J. She highly successful, Historical CHARTER--Boy Scout advisor Adrian Conrad (right) entwor would appreciate hearing Society members say, even presents to Commander Robert Ross of American e, ]Fcndingseveralweoks from her Wentworth friends, though there was some Legion Ross-Wood Post No. 20 the charter for Boy j Miss Ursula Kennedy is competition with Old Home HELP WANTED ,],d., Ritchie, Barre; Jeffrey Jmephine Timms, Garfield, Burlington; Bradley Garfield and John Riddel, hoth of Colchester, and Elmer IMMEDIATE OPENING Ellis, Randolph. WENTWORTH--Graveside LeOnine Capon and visiting Mrs. Havey Bullis in Day and large flea markets in Scout Troop 152 sponsored by the post. She was the daughter of services were held Aug. 12 in X'I Vicki of Peter- Arthur H. and lnez Foster Cemetery for Mrs. Certified Librarian Ytth N.H., former Plymouth, Conn. near-by towns. There were (McAllister) Morey and at- Josephine (Donahuc)Timms, tam residents, were Lorraine Gove spent several some 18 exhibitors and 79, who died Aug. 10 after a days in Haverhill, Mass., with everything was available Brad ford Virginia Bedell tended Chelsea schools. Contact Union 36 Elementary School left, guests of Mr. and She graduatedfromChelsea long illness in St. Francis 1 Morrison. Other he sister, Mrs. Thomas from free kittens to fresh-fried 439-5720 High School in 1922 and also Hospital in Marlborough, N.Y. Peter B. Rldmrds, Prise. Caruso. doughnuts, all manner of wood Katrina Munn was in weeks' vacation. Also visiting from Montpelier Seminary. Rev. David Waiters officiated. 802-222-5534 c'J!!es+ ts of the Morrisons Danny Saurs with his son and wool crafts, jewelry, etc. Framingham, Mass., for a with the Durgins were Mr. and In 1922, she was married to She was the widow of Frank tly  Jim and his wife David and his wife from Kay and Bob Thayer opened business appointment Aug. 11, Mrs. Milton Hill of WilburW. Garfield of Barre. Timms who died several years elsPrtsmuth. Danbury, Conn. are at their Hohson house on the Common then drove on to Whitinsville, Tonawanda, N.Y. and Venice, Arrangements were under ago. TO CLASSIFY r [tmac Mrs. Randy place on Bull's Eye Curve. and folks who made a con- Mass., to visit a college friend, Fla. The Hills are parents of the direction of the Boardway The Timmses came to [', Traverse  ame the parents Marcella Hoffmann and tribution to the bandstand Marie Maddocks. The Mrs. Bruce Durgin. and Cilley Funeral Home of Wentworth about 40 years ago Jter, Jennifer, Aug. 8 of rtrUT.S_.Peare Hospital. The George Evers visited Mr. and could have free sandwiches following day they met Chelsea. from New York where Mrs. Che/sea d/us Mrs. Domenick LaMacchia in and iced tea or coffee. Slides another college classmate for Timms was employed by the F i N ! S H C A R P E N T E R + ed 7 pounds, 2 Shelton, Conn., over the were shown of old residents luncheon, Cora Humphrey Piermont I I New York Telephone and CHELSEA--The funeral wanted. Year round work. beniferareelnbY _has a one- weekend. Many in town will and various local interesting Mentzer of Worcester. Telegraph CO. After Mr. service for Arthur M. Woodsville area 3-747-3335. ' " ' !i remember Mr. La Macchia events. The general feeling is Weekend guests with Darcy Piermont supervisors of the depot in Littleton. Timms' death, Mrs. Timms Traverse, 72, was held at 2 4t--9-2-- tear Mrs,.Ar for his singing at church that it was a most enjoyable Sanborn on S. Pleasant St., checklist will be in session Nancy Underhill did a worked as a clerk in the p.m. Aug. 6in the Boardway EXCELLENT SELECTION of s tl "Maternal grand-t services and at en- affair, were her sister Celia Jane Friday, Aug. 2t, at the Town masterly job of presenting a Dartmouth ' Dining and Cilley Funeral Home new and used mohile homes on Svetaka and family of W. Clerk's Office from 2-3 p.m. bird program on very short Association. She was a charter here. display. 45 homes to choose thence Mr. and Mrs. Floyd R. Ray Dummerston, Vt., and her and also from 7 - 8 p.m. All notice for the children at the member of the Wentworth He died AUg. 3 in the from. Best prices ever. Mit- in t+.tlion of Plymouth. Warren, +, 764-9979 brother Cedric and family of eligible voters who did not final Summer Adventure at Booster, Club. Veterans Administration ch's Mobde" Homes, Rt. 10, daYiletona]_ of town is the John U. Kyld passed away thousands of dollars for the Barre, Vt. Stmday, Darcy and vote at either the November the library. The stuffed birds At the time of her death she Hospital in .White River Woodsville, 603-747-3376. her mother, Caxlyn, attended general election or March from Montshire Museum and was a volunteer saleswoman Junction. Richard C. Dumont, 4t,--.e-2-.e 'air[a great-grandmotherlif Ruth Battle of herecentlyinManchester'wherehad resided for some time. children.Shrine Hospitals for crippled a 30th'wedding anniversary Town Meeting and wish to a wide variety of hooks as well at the N.H. Home Craft pastor of the West Hill pge ". M.+" Mrs. David. Breck He worked for many years for Mrs. Robert Morse and party for her aunt and uncle, continue to have their names as recording were used. The Cooperative salesroom in Methodist Church, officiated. CRAFTS PEOPLE-- Vt. and N.H. Need a New Market for Pratt and Whitney in Con- daughter have been spending the William Agan's in on the voting list must re- stuffed birds are still on Camptown. She was also A delegation attended from your'Crafts? Call 802-429-2448 far Week with r. and necticut. He was cremated some time with Mr. and Mrs. Claremont, N.H. register at this time. display including the yellow president of the Auxiliary of Coburn-Eastman Post 8451 or Write description to :s:+th Bates. Mrs. and his.remains will be in- Philip Morse. Monday Suzanne and Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Put- bellied sapsucker, who, the Mount Moosilauke Health with Col. Richard Butts and Katrinkets, P.O. Box 94, 'W. rnilr. Breck's mother, terred in the Warren Rain, rain, rain, there Daphne took Darcy. to sam have returned from a trip children learned, as so named Center. For several summers Fred Cahili folding the flag Newbury, Vt. 4t---lp r t l townsfolk enjoyed Cemetery. Mr. Kydd attended seems to he no end to it. It is Burlington, Vt., where she to Europe. because his bill tapped a row she operated a boarding house and making its presentation to - t|i,,,,n of Gilbert and the Warren School and great for the garden and flew to Sidney, Mont., to spend Seven years Jacob labored of hele in the tree from which inherhome. Mrs. Traverse. The presen- SITUATION WANTED..- 9eldT+l"The Mikado" by Plymouth High School. The crops, but hard on the some time with her fiance Don for a wife and seven years he sucked sap ! Survivors are a niece, Mary tation was followed by the Vermont and New Hampsidre Ys of Camp (since it started)the Piermont Town Clerk O. T. Bradley Hart of Marlborough, N.Y., sounding of Taps. Licensed Practical " Nurw desires .private duty home .,aSset Tuesday yearsKydd familYat the junctionlived fOrofSOmethe daysVaCatinerS'are theWarmprogramhUmidfor bethKeysrandfamilybefretheYreturn to the University Library has tried to fill and his Kawasake are and a nephew, John Haupt- Later burial will he in nursing; oaytime hours; part Ore Hill Road and Rte. 25C. much of August it seems. Two of Montana in Missoula where requirements of accredit- featured in a picture in aman, ofGaithersburg, M-d. Highland Cemetery here. or full time. Call Phyllis "dtli Tatham of Man- Family members include a and one-fourth inches of rain they both major inaceounting ation--population, hours, Sports Center advertisement LelandS02-86&5943. nd been visiting training of librarians. This in the Valley News. tollt"-n,l- sister, Mrs. Mary Dekker of fell in the Warren area Sunday and computer sciences. Manchester, nieces and night. The river and brooks Mrs. Merle Morrill hosted a year they won. Come in and The Lake Armington [ .... lle.lowl, Jr., gran- nephews and cousins, are all running high and 50th Wedding Anniversary see that proudly earned Association held its annual Jersey, and New York have g d0Sephine Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. David muddy. Party Sunday at her home for certificate which reads : business meeting Aug. 9. The not been uncommon. There is Weekend with his Donaldson have been spun- The Vacation Bible School her brother, Mr. and Mrs. "Certificate from State of followingofficerswereelected even a report, as yet Un-etUt=,,,=__ on--the E am  ... He has just ding some time at their place held at the Methodist Church Fritz Pope of Waterloo, New Hampshire Public for a term of two years: confirmed, that an in- Israel wherehe here in Warren. last week was most, suc- Quebec. Attendin8 tbe ilawn,Lhrar+ :C9iion in:,Robert PeW, rn, President; ternationaldelegationdappl in a work study Several attended the Shrine cessful. About " children dinner were Mr. and Mrs. giti6n' Of srds of Leon Soloway,: Vice pie tasters Luxembourg I by FRANHYDE L gh Le Tourneau parade and football game in attended, and ended the Willard Pope and Mr. and qualification under Statewide President; Karen Aldrich and arrived early one morning to _ in Texas. Mrs. Hanover Saturday. This is the session with a cook-outFriday Mrs. Waylon Pope of Ayers Library Development Dr. Clarence S. Hare, verify rumors that Eleanor's Wednesday of last week Arthur and I attended the 49th ssi entertained her biggest show that hits this evening for the students and Cliff, Quebec; Mr. and Mrs. Program." members of the Executive pies are the finest in the annual Empire Farm Days, a three-day parade of what's St tl son in law Mr. This gives the library Committee Serving on the continental United States, and new in agricultural equipment and technology, held at the t.t section of the country each their parents. A bigthank you Wayne Pope of Ottawa, Schofield and year, besides raising goes to all who attended and Ontario; Ray Burn of St. certain privileges of service Nominating Committee were perhaps in the entire free Cornell Animal Teaching and Research Center in Harford, ay.J, k, ali the teachers and helpers. Souvanur, Quebec; Mrs. Keith from the State Library and the Jim Barker, Betty Rogersand world. N.Y. , A motorcycle accident on Bowles and Mrs. Marqurite town has reason to be proud of Ernest North, Chairman. Friederich Gross and young We arrived just in time to see the demonstration of plowing Bertha Carlton Rte. 118 sent one person to the Fall of Berwick, Maine; Mr. Alec Szuch and Bonnie French The speaker of the afternoon friend Tony Abel abandoned a and harrowing to listen to comments made by farmers as | aewbury, 429-38= hospital last week. Nothing and Mrs. Lee Morrill and in helping to earn it as well as was Mr. O. T Bradley, tax trip to New York Tuesday in they compared the lobe done by the particular combinations. , tl, rt Urquhart is in and Mrs. Richard Minearwith more has been heard about children of Litchfield, N.H.; their faithfulparticipationand collector of Piermont, who Brattleboro after noticing But even more fun was watching tee people! Not just the ." ernont Hospital Robert and Edward from this so they are supposedly Miss Joy Morrill of Concord, that of Nancy Underhiil in explained the tax structures clouds of white smoke individual personal differences in people, but the difference rrnbacktrouhles.- Amherst, Mass., are guests of okay. N.H.; Mr. and Mrs. Ross library training courses, and assessment practices. He billowing out from under the in attire caught my eye. There was the blue_jean iook ( beth  Knutter and Dr.andMrs. PaulMinear. Harry Goodwin and Arthur Kinney and Mr. and Mrs. The Bookmobile made its answered questions from the hood of their early model longandcut-offs),biboveralls(boththeworkvarietyandthe 'n from Brandon Mrs. Carol Like from W. Hight were both patients at Bryce Morrill and Barrett of final call at the Library last members, warning that the Toyota station wagon. Tony "in" variety), the Western look complete with hat and , CtkSPending several Newton, Mass., has been Sceva Speare Hospital last town. week after .many years of 1981 figures may be about the filled the empty radiator by and the usual variety of ordinary sport pants and shir,   Larry Holmes spending a few days with her week. Lee and Sally Morrill and welcome, service. This is one same but 19B2 will see a big making hundreds of trips to a slacks, skirts and blouses and dresses. : Edward and Norma, and children Tyler and Kristen of more fatality of the current jump probably. Refreshments brook near the side of the The most interesting facet of my "people watching" that mother Mrs. Ernest Hem-  1 . Gordon Welch mings. Leslie and Doris Ball enjoyfd Litchfield, N.H. spent the curtailment of government were served. Again Rich interstate with a 7 ounce Coca- morning was to see the variety of caps being worn by mere, t !  |aily picnic at Miss Eleanor and Miss a + motor trip through New week visiting their mothers, .Tending but the library staff Haines is to be thanked for cola bottle. After assessing the women and children. As I read the variety of labels on them I s. Wayne Berrys' Virginia Emerson, former Brunswick and Nova Scotia Olive Osgood and Merle lope to continue the service inviting the meetfng to be heid full extent of the damage, thh?tef was reminded of an article at home i,d kept for a long time. )d te OnSaturday residents of W. Newbury and last week. They report much Morrill. somehow even with theirown at the convention center on decided to nurse the I'd planned to use it in a column some day and then send it on i traffic there. Herbert R. Martin received cars bringing the books from a their property, vehicle hack to West Corinth. to a friend whose collection of caps must now be nearing 300. u,a Welch came now living at Willoughby Friederich left the next day The following is from "Lancaster Farming," July 15, 1978, rgrandparents Lake, called on old friends last Beautiful weather for this word last Wednesday of the 'Y it mrs. Beverly Sunday p.m. time of year -- temperates of death of his cousin Gerald leanor Bwrm from Bradford by bus. and appeared in the editorial comment of Dieter Krieg, who i Ding Duhois left Friday started off by saying that the image of the so-called typkml i r' IY spent a few Mark Putnam from Paul 55 degrees or 60 degrees at Bailey in Jackson, Mich. Mr. Corinth 4.ffi7 from New York on a cross- farmer was not a man in hib overalis and straw hat, buttht [e Mr. and Mrs. Smith College and Miss night then up to 80 degrees in Bailey was born in Bradford Open House in brother-in-law Robert Alfred country tour of America with he was a bit overwhelmed by the uniformity of the ne w Lindsey Putnam from the afternoon and plenty of 75 years ago, the son of Martin CorinthferRenaDevins of Manchester, Conn., Mrs. daughter Deborah. Their trip image. . Gordon Welch, Saratoga, N.Y., have been rain which should bring up the and Lille (Gamhsy) Bailey . , " "B , Open House was held Clarence Phiibrick and Mrs. will end in Oregon where Hecontinues:"Iftheremanyonecharacteristicoritem,f ucky' lsham home to see their father, water table. A surprise baby shower for and Reginald Scott Leighton from Fair- Reagan got through his tax Mrs. Mark Farr was held at Sunday, AUg 2 for Rena Eosefow of Scotia, N.Y. Deborah plans to matriculate clothing, etc. that seems to be the common denominator [s d ti.Johnsbury and field, Maine, is visiting his plan, and all should be at the Legion Hall Monday night Devins at her home to Mr. and Mrs. Eiwood. Shaw as a freshman at Reed liras theappearanee of the Ameriean farmer is eoncerne, , . he historica! "Y a " " grandparents Mr. and Mrs. peace with the world. The with Connie Gendron, Marie celebrate her 80th birthday, ofPlaistow, N.H.,wererecent College. Deborah said she wiil it has got to be the cap. i ;rt Island Pono Raymond Appleton. baseball players have settled Godfrey, Jean Syivester, She was born on July 30, 1901 visitors in the home of Lee and miss W. Corinth, but plans to _ -xes, greul.t+ure m s uc b today that not even the rou Miss Debby Call, a former their strike and now the air Beverly Flye, Gert Johnson in Corinth. Rita Sumner. return whenever possible nares or ruggeo tan aplmes to every individual. But ehe dto She had a pleasant day Fritz Gross has returned to during vacations, are he'll be wearing a cap which, bodily proclail, nshisloyal P and Diane Wetmore hostesses. U rquhart has resident, called on old friends controllers have their strike in Patty had worked with these visiting with more than 70 Ding-Dong House after The latest chicken tally in to a part.cumr m'anl ol macro .nery, oreed o! cattle, see ?f,, aitSe ieOrkw Sunday. operation. r Mr. and Mrs. Lercy Whit- girls. A table decorated with friends and relatives, spending a few days in New the village, based partly on corn, ternnzer or term organization. It seems like there's I, ",s, ll Mr. and Mrs. Philip Echhert A birthday cake was made York City. hearsay, is 150. Jack and Suzi cap arnund for just about any product that can he found .j LJ,,,. r. and Mrs. from Chevy Chase, Md., have cher are visiting family and streamers and small items Martin The cake Murdo and Patty MacLeod Learmonth are said to have mexarm talmosu.  f"art and other . "Whether they're given away free to customers, or - been with her mother, Mrs. friends here. They motored was laden with many useful by Lillian here from Shelbyville, Ind., items. Among the refresh- was decorated with her of Essex Jet. spent partoflast salted away most of their 45- f,. a few weeks. He Mamie Donnley for a short where Leroy works for the taunts was a decorated cake in favorite flower, pink and blue week at the "Little House" at strong brood. Lyle and Annick cnmm for a couple ol oonars, tarmers certainly seem to like "  lqerndon, Va. visit. Corinth Corner and attended Leymarie say they have eaten the cap which has become a unique advertising medium . '+h w from Dennis, Word has been received of I.P.C. there, the shape of a sweater and sweet peas: kql ape Cod has the death of Miss Ruby Jo It is reported Loralee bootie made by Virginia A lovely centerpiece of church at the Center on three of their 70, leaving 67  ag, ri-business and a new symbol of the American farmer. asters Sunday. The cap is more than that, however. It's a practical itch} .gin -tme after presented by her son and Bernice Pike and Lyla Allen might imagine, "Will I be the farmer can wear while he's milking his cows, making r.- W. Newbury. Rutherford who has been in a Kennedy has been confined to Bedell. There were about 25 daisies and was nervous birds wondering, one hay, or crawling up a silo chute. That cap is a stm-shade nursing home inSt.Johnsbury the hospital, guests present, daughter-in-law Richard and of W. Charleston were over- next?" +ttemmingspent for a shorttime. Herremains A man was reperted missing The bingo games at the ConnieDevins. night guests of Lee and Rita Tom Watkin has harvested helmet, umbrella, and on occasion an emergeney fly swatter+ , Win Cottage were sent to Oklahoma where from the Home for the Elderly legion hall have been can- She recei'ved numerous Sumner the first of the week, 20 of his 45. But unlike Lyle pocket or glove. At times, it's even a nifty way to solve  .. t s better and at she had relatives. She has in G]encliff last week but celled. I+'''ren .... lived on Brock Hill for 20 came back soon afterward. Jody Sweet of West Fairlee cards and gifts and a money Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Little of St. and Annick's nervous 67, his problem of an unruly head of hair. + S CIU"l members years, which hardly seems Pastor Eric Snogren won the raffle recently tree. Johnsbury were dinner guests remaining 25 have acquired a pll: ality en o ed Attending from away were: on Monday. t% to Ke-" J y ,, W rue I ]y.  ednesd "The cap goes wherever the farmers goes, with the g- remarkably British resolve ception of church and related activities such as weddings funerals. A farmer going to town is likely to wear his cap. f Pond ina possiblestanleybutandtimeTroygOeSBrockSofast.left Sunday,Celebratedso his.the 25thcongregationbirthday sponsoredKellie CollierbY theoflegion.Fairground her brother and wife Mr. and Kip Petricolas and Richard about the whole business nd he goes to Washington to protest, his cap goes along. You ay and on Friday for Stratham, N.Y+, surprised him by singing Rd. celebrated her third birth- Mrs. Jamie Jacobs from Magna of New York City are are in the best of spirits. One also find the farmer and his cap at many Sunday afternod ' to spend a few days deep sea Happy Birthday. day on AUg. 4. Father Mike Colchester, Vt. ; her cousin visiting Annick Leymarie and insouciant cockerel had the ed Mrs. Donald fishing. Marion Archibald was guest Gallagher, who is stationed at and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Leon LyleShepperson. cheek to attack the freezer picnics, the community baseball diamond, and of co, field days. re a   ttending a Remember .the Health organist Sunday and her the Naval Air Station, Corpu+s Jacobs, and their son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Granville cord.  'renee of the Clinic August 26 at Bailey Ciub talents were much ap- Christi, Texas, was a very Mr. andMrs. LeonardJacobs, Robbins returned Tuesday to It is not clear how many "That cap gots around, lt's no wonder all the agri-busi Jliatp Universalist Housefrom l to4p.m, preeiated. This gives our special birthday visitor. Kellie from White River Jct.; her their home in Norton, Mass., chickens will be raised in W. people are using the cap as an advertising medium. t''lreYk Beach, Me. Mrs. Tim Woodward was regular organist Gary also received a call from her niece and husband Mr. and after spending two weeks at Corinth next year but there sure beat hailpeint pens that hide in pockets most of the tim, IL nld k, and gran- one of the lenders at the recent Jesseman some rest. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Clayton Coates from W. their home in Cookville. are already rumblings in or calendars which were sprayed with whitewash montli I,q sea a very suc- "Day Camp" at Newbury. Tbe David and Pat Donaldson Ed Doyle of McLean, Va. Lebanon, N.H.; her nephew Elsie Davis of Bra+dford some quarters about aban- ago."  I think editor Krieg hit it on the head.., where else, w xVdfishing trip camp was a successful affair have been spending some time Later in the evening a piece of and wife Mr. and Mrs. Vern visited her sister Eleanor doning the sordid business the topic is caps. A humorous aspect of the cap was brott  eet," Troy was and there were seven here at their home in the birthday cake was taken to Devins from Lebanon, NH. Burroughs Sunday evening, e altogether Q'--a nice large youngsters from here that village and also the place in E. Kellie's special Bradford and their daughter and Paul Lavenstein and wif The 71reshold. Institute- to our attention as we talked with a heater salesman. He was ilt, I': 'e With friend, Grandma, Madoline husband Mr. and Mrs. Mark Leona Friedman and their sponsored 1981 Zucchini telling us it wonld he just what we r|eeded "up in the N --q'ivl'Irlyd e Ca: Murphy from Canaan, N.H. daughter Zakgava from Contest has reportedly been .,, I the - their 5 in attended. Donald Putnam came home from Cottage Hospital last Friday morning. Little Sonya Piper from Olympia, Wash., is spending three weeks with her gran- dparents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Light. Warren. Country". As we looked at each other and grinned, he saii Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bagley Messenger. And if yon were the salesman, what else would you thi de Carrfrom spent much of last week Kathie Collier has been Other people attending from Wellesley, Mass., were recent won by Friederich Gross. At "Yon do come from up around the St. Lawrence, don'tyou? ", was a camping on the Maine Coast. admitted to the surgical unit away were: Mr. and Mrs. visitors at April Fool Farm. least as far as the "first the rust of at the Mary Hitchcock Richard Marro, Mrs. Hope Debra Learmonth spent zucchini" category goes. But the couple were wearing red and white caps pruclaimi  Rzecyski and Samola Carroll part of last week with her imtitute patriarch, Corky "Agrieultureinthel0001slands!" "eatS, Mr and Memorial Hospital.  from Claremont, N.H. Others parents Jack and Sue Lear- Kramer, who has kept himself -art. " Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Durgin attended from Burlington, month, suspiciously scarce this past STOP SMOKING + Warren NEWARRIVAL and son Patrick have returned Montpelier, Topsham, Groton, Windswept Acres and week, insists that a winner BRADFORD--A Stop AI licut are Mr. and Mrs. David Car- to their Texas home, after S. Royalton and Bradford. Eleanor Burroughs' kitchen cannot be declared for any of Smoking Clinic will b held NEWBURYSCHOOLBO The Newbury School Bod I'   r home On Thursday evening a penter of Thetford Center are visiting with Bruce's parents, Also neighbors and friends have been the scene of the 56 categories until the Aug. 23-27 at the Bread of Life Natural Living Center, Rte. 5, will hold a special meeting +'Larry Minear neighborhood party was held the parents of a baby Mr. and Mrs. George Durgin, fromtown, numerous gatherings this pest rules have been written. At at Michael Ginsburg-s as his daughter, Amanda Kay, born while stayingat their recently Visitorsat Windswept Acres week. License plates bearing last ninerainar?tem r Upper Plain, Bradford. For I, bMichael from daughter Eva will soon be Aug. 13 at Alice Peck Day purchased cottage on Lake last week were Fay Davis III the mottos from such far off mtt.t.u .... . information, call (802) 222- the Elementary School o C., and Mr. returning tocollege. Hospital. Morey, where they spent four from Enfield, Conn., and his regions as New Mexico, New was vemsmrm review the financialsituati. August 20, 19BI at 7:30 p.m.ht 4511. N ie-Y  M cLaughlin .Jib, who works allo+yith the campus E! a'  Christ, will be rs Y$11ides of his work at dMlxgalional Parsonage 4. 23 at 7 p.m. l King has as his W' daughter and son- all and Mrs. Myron ate of Jeffersonville, tet granddaughter, z,',.:rm'ander of Nevada, lj0t Mr. and Mrs. "yz*r+on and children, .s.H and David, of melvil -- E,.,,,J ie, Pa. hro. Ramsdeli of ' +leLealled on his a: nil .,rence Ramsdell on n Jc rsula nd Marcella Hoffman 764-5795 of their grandson Michael of tertainments to benefit the in East Hawley, Mass., and Ann formation of the Mr. Moses Hoff of York, Maine. Moosilauke Health Center in Vernon Pease was taken ill its early days. Mrs. La while at work Monday. He is Macchia is Dr. Jeanette now at the Veteran's Hospital Brewster, a chiropractor. in White River Jet. A word from the select- Rev. Richard Mountfort was men's office tells us there are the speaker at the Sunday too many dogs running loose service at the Atwell Hill in thevillage. Baptist Church. He and Mrs. Miss Ruth Hayward is in Mountfort are staying at town having completed an Higher Ground Camp. ' Dr. Kenneth Wolf will present his ninth annual organ recital at the Congregational Church Sunday, Aug. 28 at 7:30 p.m. A feature of the program will be the playing of the "Concerto Grosse" by Vivaldi, a work written Kennedy originally for orchestra and assignment in Nassau. Don't forget the dance for the benefit of Sylena Puffer at : the school Aug. 15. BOYB. Free lunch provided. Set ups available. Raffles! Fun! $5 single. Thelma and Leon Lamb are home following an extended cruise up the coast to the i. August 19, 19$1-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 L. E. Renie dies at Lyme Center LYME CTR. -- Lawrence E. He was a farmer most of his Renie, 74, died Aug. 11 at his life and was later employed in home. Thayer Hall of Dartmouth He was born in Hanover College retiringin 1973. Aug. 12, 1907, the sou of H. Roy Renie's first wife, Marion, and Della (Hanchett) Runic. died in 1962. He remarried He attended Austin School Eileen, who died in1980. for 11 years in Brattleboro. He is survived by his uncle, Fred Hanchett of E, Thetford Hope Garfield, and many cousins. Funeral services were held kz_ at the Lyme Center Baptist di Church with burial at the ltwJm CHELSEA--The funeral Highland Cemetery in Lyme. service for Hove Lucy Gar- Arrangements were by the field, 76, was held here Aug. 9. Godfrey Funeral Home in Ely. She died Aug. 7 in the Fanny Allen Hospital in Colchester. ! Montebello Street Woodsville, Nil 03785 fo747-2000 BItOKEII :  AsS('IATES: Albine A. i+euthold  Paul Mayette 787-6270 Robert Dupuis 747-253t List No. 261-- Excellent condition 7 year old ranch boasts 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths -- large modern kitchen with eat-in area. 14'6" x 11' LR, 2 car attached garage, full basement. Come sit on the porch and enjoy the pretty mountain views. /2 acre + or - on quiet street in small to@n. Offered at $46,$98. List No. 7-- BUSINESS -- this mobile park comes with 5 trailers -- total of 12 spaces. Income and expense statement available to serious buyer. Possibility of some owner financing. Offered at $59,800. IIII I II I from her stay in transcribed f or organ. Thousand Islands and into !=% Bearers were Eustice e Conn., on Satur- Mrs. Gladys Hamilton is in Canada. Morrison's 16-year- the Emerson Convalescent This year's Market Day was ............................. + ..... ie:  Robert of Alma, Home in Emerson, N.J. She highly successful, Historical CHARTER--Boy Scout advisor Adrian Conrad (right) entwor would appreciate hearing Society members say, even presents to Commander Robert Ross of American e, ]Fcndingseveralweoks from her Wentworth friends, though there was some Legion Ross-Wood Post No. 20 the charter for Boy j Miss Ursula Kennedy is competition with Old Home HELP WANTED ,],d., Ritchie, Barre; Jeffrey Jmephine Timms, Garfield, Burlington; Bradley Garfield and John Riddel, hoth of Colchester, and Elmer IMMEDIATE OPENING Ellis, Randolph. WENTWORTH--Graveside LeOnine Capon and visiting Mrs. Havey Bullis in Day and large flea markets in Scout Troop 152 sponsored by the post. She was the daughter of services were held Aug. 12 in X'I Vicki of Peter- Arthur H. and lnez Foster Cemetery for Mrs. Certified Librarian Ytth N.H., former Plymouth, Conn. near-by towns. There were (McAllister) Morey and at- Josephine (Donahuc)Timms, tam residents, were Lorraine Gove spent several some 18 exhibitors and 79, who died Aug. 10 after a days in Haverhill, Mass., with everything was available Brad ford Virginia Bedell tended Chelsea schools. Contact Union 36 Elementary School left, guests of Mr. and She graduatedfromChelsea long illness in St. Francis 1 Morrison. Other he sister, Mrs. Thomas from free kittens to fresh-fried 439-5720 High School in 1922 and also Hospital in Marlborough, N.Y. Peter B. Rldmrds, Prise. Caruso. doughnuts, all manner of wood Katrina Munn was in weeks' vacation. Also visiting from Montpelier Seminary. Rev. David Waiters officiated. 802-222-5534 c'J!!es+ ts of the Morrisons Danny Saurs with his son and wool crafts, jewelry, etc. Framingham, Mass., for a with the Durgins were Mr. and In 1922, she was married to She was the widow of Frank tly  Jim and his wife David and his wife from Kay and Bob Thayer opened business appointment Aug. 11, Mrs. Milton Hill of WilburW. Garfield of Barre. Timms who died several years elsPrtsmuth. Danbury, Conn. are at their Hohson house on the Common then drove on to Whitinsville, Tonawanda, N.Y. and Venice, Arrangements were under ago. TO CLASSIFY r [tmac Mrs. Randy place on Bull's Eye Curve. and folks who made a con- Mass., to visit a college friend, Fla. The Hills are parents of the direction of the Boardway The Timmses came to [', Traverse  ame the parents Marcella Hoffmann and tribution to the bandstand Marie Maddocks. The Mrs. Bruce Durgin. and Cilley Funeral Home of Wentworth about 40 years ago Jter, Jennifer, Aug. 8 of rtrUT.S_.Peare Hospital. The George Evers visited Mr. and could have free sandwiches following day they met Chelsea. from New York where Mrs. Che/sea d/us Mrs. Domenick LaMacchia in and iced tea or coffee. Slides another college classmate for Timms was employed by the F i N ! S H C A R P E N T E R + ed 7 pounds, 2 Shelton, Conn., over the were shown of old residents luncheon, Cora Humphrey Piermont I I New York Telephone and CHELSEA--The funeral wanted. Year round work. beniferareelnbY _has a one- weekend. Many in town will and various local interesting Mentzer of Worcester. Telegraph CO. After Mr. service for Arthur M. Woodsville area 3-747-3335. ' " ' !i remember Mr. La Macchia events. The general feeling is Weekend guests with Darcy Piermont supervisors of the depot in Littleton. Timms' death, Mrs. Timms Traverse, 72, was held at 2 4t--9-2-- tear Mrs,.Ar for his singing at church that it was a most enjoyable Sanborn on S. Pleasant St., checklist will be in session Nancy Underhill did a worked as a clerk in the p.m. Aug. 6in the Boardway EXCELLENT SELECTION of s tl "Maternal grand-t services and at en- affair, were her sister Celia Jane Friday, Aug. 2t, at the Town masterly job of presenting a Dartmouth ' Dining and Cilley Funeral Home new and used mohile homes on Svetaka and family of W. Clerk's Office from 2-3 p.m. bird program on very short Association. She was a charter here. display. 45 homes to choose thence Mr. and Mrs. Floyd R. Ray Dummerston, Vt., and her and also from 7 - 8 p.m. All notice for the children at the member of the Wentworth He died AUg. 3 in the from. Best prices ever. Mit- in t+.tlion of Plymouth. Warren, +, 764-9979 brother Cedric and family of eligible voters who did not final Summer Adventure at Booster, Club. Veterans Administration ch's Mobde" Homes, Rt. 10, daYiletona]_ of town is the John U. Kyld passed away thousands of dollars for the Barre, Vt. Stmday, Darcy and vote at either the November the library. The stuffed birds At the time of her death she Hospital in .White River Woodsville, 603-747-3376. her mother, Caxlyn, attended general election or March from Montshire Museum and was a volunteer saleswoman Junction. Richard C. Dumont, 4t,--.e-2-.e 'air[a great-grandmotherlif Ruth Battle of herecentlyinManchester'wherehad resided for some time. children.Shrine Hospitals for crippled a 30th'wedding anniversary Town Meeting and wish to a wide variety of hooks as well at the N.H. Home Craft pastor of the West Hill pge ". M.+" Mrs. David. Breck He worked for many years for Mrs. Robert Morse and party for her aunt and uncle, continue to have their names as recording were used. The Cooperative salesroom in Methodist Church, officiated. CRAFTS PEOPLE-- Vt. and N.H. Need a New Market for Pratt and Whitney in Con- daughter have been spending the William Agan's in on the voting list must re- stuffed birds are still on Camptown. She was also A delegation attended from your'Crafts? Call 802-429-2448 far Week with r. and necticut. He was cremated some time with Mr. and Mrs. Claremont, N.H. register at this time. display including the yellow president of the Auxiliary of Coburn-Eastman Post 8451 or Write description to :s:+th Bates. Mrs. and his.remains will be in- Philip Morse. Monday Suzanne and Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Put- bellied sapsucker, who, the Mount Moosilauke Health with Col. Richard Butts and Katrinkets, P.O. Box 94, 'W. rnilr. Breck's mother, terred in the Warren Rain, rain, rain, there Daphne took Darcy. to sam have returned from a trip children learned, as so named Center. For several summers Fred Cahili folding the flag Newbury, Vt. 4t---lp r t l townsfolk enjoyed Cemetery. Mr. Kydd attended seems to he no end to it. It is Burlington, Vt., where she to Europe. because his bill tapped a row she operated a boarding house and making its presentation to - t|i,,,,n of Gilbert and the Warren School and great for the garden and flew to Sidney, Mont., to spend Seven years Jacob labored of hele in the tree from which inherhome. Mrs. Traverse. The presen- SITUATION WANTED..- 9eldT+l"The Mikado" by Plymouth High School. The crops, but hard on the some time with her fiance Don for a wife and seven years he sucked sap ! Survivors are a niece, Mary tation was followed by the Vermont and New Hampsidre Ys of Camp (since it started)the Piermont Town Clerk O. T. Bradley Hart of Marlborough, N.Y., sounding of Taps. Licensed Practical " Nurw desires .private duty home .,aSset Tuesday yearsKydd familYat the junctionlived fOrofSOmethe daysVaCatinerS'are theWarmprogramhUmidfor bethKeysrandfamilybefretheYreturn to the University Library has tried to fill and his Kawasake are and a nephew, John Haupt- Later burial will he in nursing; oaytime hours; part Ore Hill Road and Rte. 25C. much of August it seems. Two of Montana in Missoula where requirements of accredit- featured in a picture in aman, ofGaithersburg, M-d. Highland Cemetery here. or full time. Call Phyllis "dtli Tatham of Man- Family members include a and one-fourth inches of rain they both major inaceounting ation--population, hours, Sports Center advertisement LelandS02-86&5943. nd been visiting training of librarians. This in the Valley News. tollt"-n,l- sister, Mrs. Mary Dekker of fell in the Warren area Sunday and computer sciences. Manchester, nieces and night. The river and brooks Mrs. Merle Morrill hosted a year they won. Come in and The Lake Armington [ .... lle.lowl, Jr., gran- nephews and cousins, are all running high and 50th Wedding Anniversary see that proudly earned Association held its annual Jersey, and New York have g d0Sephine Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. David muddy. Party Sunday at her home for certificate which reads : business meeting Aug. 9. The not been uncommon. There is Weekend with his Donaldson have been spun- The Vacation Bible School her brother, Mr. and Mrs. "Certificate from State of followingofficerswereelected even a report, as yet Un-etUt=,,,=__ on--the E am  ... He has just ding some time at their place held at the Methodist Church Fritz Pope of Waterloo, New Hampshire Public for a term of two years: confirmed, that an in- Israel wherehe here in Warren. last week was most, suc- Quebec. Attendin8 tbe ilawn,Lhrar+ :C9iion in:,Robert PeW, rn, President; ternationaldelegationdappl in a work study Several attended the Shrine cessful. About " children dinner were Mr. and Mrs. giti6n' Of srds of Leon Soloway,: Vice pie tasters Luxembourg I by FRANHYDE L gh Le Tourneau parade and football game in attended, and ended the Willard Pope and Mr. and qualification under Statewide President; Karen Aldrich and arrived early one morning to _ in Texas. Mrs. Hanover Saturday. This is the session with a cook-outFriday Mrs. Waylon Pope of Ayers Library Development Dr. Clarence S. Hare, verify rumors that Eleanor's Wednesday of last week Arthur and I attended the 49th ssi entertained her biggest show that hits this evening for the students and Cliff, Quebec; Mr. and Mrs. Program." members of the Executive pies are the finest in the annual Empire Farm Days, a three-day parade of what's St tl son in law Mr. This gives the library Committee Serving on the continental United States, and new in agricultural equipment and technology, held at the t.t section of the country each their parents. A bigthank you Wayne Pope of Ottawa, Schofield and year, besides raising goes to all who attended and Ontario; Ray Burn of St. certain privileges of service Nominating Committee were perhaps in the entire free Cornell Animal Teaching and Research Center in Harford, ay.J, k, ali the teachers and helpers. Souvanur, Quebec; Mrs. Keith from the State Library and the Jim Barker, Betty Rogersand world. N.Y. , A motorcycle accident on Bowles and Mrs. Marqurite town has reason to be proud of Ernest North, Chairman. Friederich Gross and young We arrived just in time to see the demonstration of plowing Bertha Carlton Rte. 118 sent one person to the Fall of Berwick, Maine; Mr. Alec Szuch and Bonnie French The speaker of the afternoon friend Tony Abel abandoned a and harrowing to listen to comments made by farmers as | aewbury, 429-38= hospital last week. Nothing and Mrs. Lee Morrill and in helping to earn it as well as was Mr. O. T Bradley, tax trip to New York Tuesday in they compared the lobe done by the particular combinations. , tl, rt Urquhart is in and Mrs. Richard Minearwith more has been heard about children of Litchfield, N.H.; their faithfulparticipationand collector of Piermont, who Brattleboro after noticing But even more fun was watching tee people! Not just the ." ernont Hospital Robert and Edward from this so they are supposedly Miss Joy Morrill of Concord, that of Nancy Underhiil in explained the tax structures clouds of white smoke individual personal differences in people, but the difference rrnbacktrouhles.- Amherst, Mass., are guests of okay. N.H.; Mr. and Mrs. Ross library training courses, and assessment practices. He billowing out from under the in attire caught my eye. There was the blue_jean iook ( beth  Knutter and Dr.andMrs. PaulMinear. Harry Goodwin and Arthur Kinney and Mr. and Mrs. The Bookmobile made its answered questions from the hood of their early model longandcut-offs),biboveralls(boththeworkvarietyandthe 'n from Brandon Mrs. Carol Like from W. Hight were both patients at Bryce Morrill and Barrett of final call at the Library last members, warning that the Toyota station wagon. Tony "in" variety), the Western look complete with hat and , CtkSPending several Newton, Mass., has been Sceva Speare Hospital last town. week after .many years of 1981 figures may be about the filled the empty radiator by and the usual variety of ordinary sport pants and shir,   Larry Holmes spending a few days with her week. Lee and Sally Morrill and welcome, service. This is one same but 19B2 will see a big making hundreds of trips to a slacks, skirts and blouses and dresses. : Edward and Norma, and children Tyler and Kristen of more fatality of the current jump probably. Refreshments brook near the side of the The most interesting facet of my "people watching" that mother Mrs. Ernest Hem-  1 . Gordon Welch mings. Leslie and Doris Ball enjoyfd Litchfield, N.H. spent the curtailment of government were served. Again Rich interstate with a 7 ounce Coca- morning was to see the variety of caps being worn by mere, t !  |aily picnic at Miss Eleanor and Miss a + motor trip through New week visiting their mothers, .Tending but the library staff Haines is to be thanked for cola bottle. After assessing the women and children. As I read the variety of labels on them I s. Wayne Berrys' Virginia Emerson, former Brunswick and Nova Scotia Olive Osgood and Merle lope to continue the service inviting the meetfng to be heid full extent of the damage, thh?tef was reminded of an article at home i,d kept for a long time. )d te OnSaturday residents of W. Newbury and last week. They report much Morrill. somehow even with theirown at the convention center on decided to nurse the I'd planned to use it in a column some day and then send it on i traffic there. Herbert R. Martin received cars bringing the books from a their property, vehicle hack to West Corinth. to a friend whose collection of caps must now be nearing 300. u,a Welch came now living at Willoughby Friederich left the next day The following is from "Lancaster Farming," July 15, 1978, rgrandparents Lake, called on old friends last Beautiful weather for this word last Wednesday of the 'Y it mrs. Beverly Sunday p.m. time of year -- temperates of death of his cousin Gerald leanor Bwrm from Bradford by bus. and appeared in the editorial comment of Dieter Krieg, who i Ding Duhois left Friday started off by saying that the image of the so-called typkml i r' IY spent a few Mark Putnam from Paul 55 degrees or 60 degrees at Bailey in Jackson, Mich. Mr. Corinth 4.ffi7 from New York on a cross- farmer was not a man in hib overalis and straw hat, buttht [e Mr. and Mrs. Smith College and Miss night then up to 80 degrees in Bailey was born in Bradford Open House in brother-in-law Robert Alfred country tour of America with he was a bit overwhelmed by the uniformity of the ne w Lindsey Putnam from the afternoon and plenty of 75 years ago, the son of Martin CorinthferRenaDevins of Manchester, Conn., Mrs. daughter Deborah. Their trip image. . Gordon Welch, Saratoga, N.Y., have been rain which should bring up the and Lille (Gamhsy) Bailey . , " "B , Open House was held Clarence Phiibrick and Mrs. will end in Oregon where Hecontinues:"Iftheremanyonecharacteristicoritem,f ucky' lsham home to see their father, water table. A surprise baby shower for and Reginald Scott Leighton from Fair- Reagan got through his tax Mrs. Mark Farr was held at Sunday, AUg 2 for Rena Eosefow of Scotia, N.Y. Deborah plans to matriculate clothing, etc. that seems to be the common denominator [s d ti.Johnsbury and field, Maine, is visiting his plan, and all should be at the Legion Hall Monday night Devins at her home to Mr. and Mrs. Eiwood. Shaw as a freshman at Reed liras theappearanee of the Ameriean farmer is eoncerne, , . he historica! "Y a " " grandparents Mr. and Mrs. peace with the world. The with Connie Gendron, Marie celebrate her 80th birthday, ofPlaistow, N.H.,wererecent College. Deborah said she wiil it has got to be the cap. i ;rt Island Pono Raymond Appleton. baseball players have settled Godfrey, Jean Syivester, She was born on July 30, 1901 visitors in the home of Lee and miss W. Corinth, but plans to _ -xes, greul.t+ure m s uc b today that not even the rou Miss Debby Call, a former their strike and now the air Beverly Flye, Gert Johnson in Corinth. Rita Sumner. return whenever possible nares or ruggeo tan aplmes to every individual. But ehe dto She had a pleasant day Fritz Gross has returned to during vacations, are he'll be wearing a cap which, bodily proclail, nshisloyal P and Diane Wetmore hostesses. U rquhart has resident, called on old friends controllers have their strike in Patty had worked with these visiting with more than 70 Ding-Dong House after The latest chicken tally in to a part.cumr m'anl ol macro .nery, oreed o! cattle, see ?f,, aitSe ieOrkw Sunday. operation. r Mr. and Mrs. Lercy Whit- girls. A table decorated with friends and relatives, spending a few days in New the village, based partly on corn, ternnzer or term organization. It seems like there's I, ",s, ll Mr. and Mrs. Philip Echhert A birthday cake was made York City. hearsay, is 150. Jack and Suzi cap arnund for just about any product that can he found .j LJ,,,. r. and Mrs. from Chevy Chase, Md., have cher are visiting family and streamers and small items Martin The cake Murdo and Patty MacLeod Learmonth are said to have mexarm talmosu.  f"art and other . "Whether they're given away free to customers, or - been with her mother, Mrs. friends here. They motored was laden with many useful by Lillian here from Shelbyville, Ind., items. Among the refresh- was decorated with her of Essex Jet. spent partoflast salted away most of their 45- f,. a few weeks. He Mamie Donnley for a short where Leroy works for the taunts was a decorated cake in favorite flower, pink and blue week at the "Little House" at strong brood. Lyle and Annick cnmm for a couple ol oonars, tarmers certainly seem to like "  lqerndon, Va. visit. Corinth Corner and attended Leymarie say they have eaten the cap which has become a unique advertising medium . '+h w from Dennis, Word has been received of I.P.C. there, the shape of a sweater and sweet peas: kql ape Cod has the death of Miss Ruby Jo It is reported Loralee bootie made by Virginia A lovely centerpiece of church at the Center on three of their 70, leaving 67  ag, ri-business and a new symbol of the American farmer. asters Sunday. The cap is more than that, however. It's a practical itch} .gin -tme after presented by her son and Bernice Pike and Lyla Allen might imagine, "Will I be the farmer can wear while he's milking his cows, making r.- W. Newbury. Rutherford who has been in a Kennedy has been confined to Bedell. There were about 25 daisies and was nervous birds wondering, one hay, or crawling up a silo chute. That cap is a stm-shade nursing home inSt.Johnsbury the hospital, guests present, daughter-in-law Richard and of W. Charleston were over- next?" +ttemmingspent for a shorttime. Herremains A man was reperted missing The bingo games at the ConnieDevins. night guests of Lee and Rita Tom Watkin has harvested helmet, umbrella, and on occasion an emergeney fly swatter+ , Win Cottage were sent to Oklahoma where from the Home for the Elderly legion hall have been can- She recei'ved numerous Sumner the first of the week, 20 of his 45. But unlike Lyle pocket or glove. At times, it's even a nifty way to solve  .. t s better and at she had relatives. She has in G]encliff last week but celled. I+'''ren .... lived on Brock Hill for 20 came back soon afterward. Jody Sweet of West Fairlee cards and gifts and a money Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Little of St. and Annick's nervous 67, his problem of an unruly head of hair. + S CIU"l members years, which hardly seems Pastor Eric Snogren won the raffle recently tree. Johnsbury were dinner guests remaining 25 have acquired a pll: ality en o ed Attending from away were: on Monday. t% to Ke-" J y ,, W rue I ]y.  ednesd "The cap goes wherever the farmers goes, with the g- remarkably British resolve ception of church and related activities such as weddings funerals. A farmer going to town is likely to wear his cap. f Pond ina possiblestanleybutandtimeTroygOeSBrockSofast.left Sunday,Celebratedso his.the 25thcongregationbirthday sponsoredKellie CollierbY theoflegion.Fairground her brother and wife Mr. and Kip Petricolas and Richard about the whole business nd he goes to Washington to protest, his cap goes along. You ay and on Friday for Stratham, N.Y+, surprised him by singing Rd. celebrated her third birth- Mrs. Jamie Jacobs from Magna of New York City are are in the best of spirits. One also find the farmer and his cap at many Sunday afternod ' to spend a few days deep sea Happy Birthday. day on AUg. 4. Father Mike Colchester, Vt. ; her cousin visiting Annick Leymarie and insouciant cockerel had the ed Mrs. Donald fishing. Marion Archibald was guest Gallagher, who is stationed at and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Leon LyleShepperson. cheek to attack the freezer picnics, the community baseball diamond, and of co, field days. re a   ttending a Remember .the Health organist Sunday and her the Naval Air Station, Corpu+s Jacobs, and their son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Granville cord.  'renee of the Clinic August 26 at Bailey Ciub talents were much ap- Christi, Texas, was a very Mr. andMrs. LeonardJacobs, Robbins returned Tuesday to It is not clear how many "That cap gots around, lt's no wonder all the agri-busi Jliatp Universalist Housefrom l to4p.m, preeiated. This gives our special birthday visitor. Kellie from White River Jct.; her their home in Norton, Mass., chickens will be raised in W. people are using the cap as an advertising medium. t''lreYk Beach, Me. Mrs. Tim Woodward was regular organist Gary also received a call from her niece and husband Mr. and after spending two weeks at Corinth next year but there sure beat hailpeint pens that hide in pockets most of the tim, IL nld k, and gran- one of the lenders at the recent Jesseman some rest. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Clayton Coates from W. their home in Cookville. are already rumblings in or calendars which were sprayed with whitewash montli I,q sea a very suc- "Day Camp" at Newbury. Tbe David and Pat Donaldson Ed Doyle of McLean, Va. Lebanon, N.H.; her nephew Elsie Davis of Bra+dford some quarters about aban- ago."  I think editor Krieg hit it on the head.., where else, w xVdfishing trip camp was a successful affair have been spending some time Later in the evening a piece of and wife Mr. and Mrs. Vern visited her sister Eleanor doning the sordid business the topic is caps. A humorous aspect of the cap was brott  eet," Troy was and there were seven here at their home in the birthday cake was taken to Devins from Lebanon, NH. Burroughs Sunday evening, e altogether Q'--a nice large youngsters from here that village and also the place in E. Kellie's special Bradford and their daughter and Paul Lavenstein and wif The 71reshold. Institute- to our attention as we talked with a heater salesman. He was ilt, I': 'e With friend, Grandma, Madoline husband Mr. and Mrs. Mark Leona Friedman and their sponsored 1981 Zucchini telling us it wonld he just what we r|eeded "up in the N --q'ivl'Irlyd e Ca: Murphy from Canaan, N.H. daughter Zakgava from Contest has reportedly been .,, I the - their 5 in attended. Donald Putnam came home from Cottage Hospital last Friday morning. Little Sonya Piper from Olympia, Wash., is spending three weeks with her gran- dparents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Light. Warren. Country". As we looked at each other and grinned, he saii Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bagley Messenger. And if yon were the salesman, what else would you thi de Carrfrom spent much of last week Kathie Collier has been Other people attending from Wellesley, Mass., were recent won by Friederich Gross. At "Yon do come from up around the St. Lawrence, don'tyou? ", was a camping on the Maine Coast. admitted to the surgical unit away were: Mr. and Mrs. visitors at April Fool Farm. least as far as the "first the rust of at the Mary Hitchcock Richard Marro, Mrs. Hope Debra Learmonth spent zucchini" category goes. But the couple were wearing red and white caps pruclaimi  Rzecyski and Samola Carroll part of last week with her imtitute patriarch, Corky "Agrieultureinthel0001slands!" "eatS, Mr and Memorial Hospital.  from Claremont, N.H. Others parents Jack and Sue Lear- Kramer, who has kept himself -art. " Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Durgin attended from Burlington, month, suspiciously scarce this past STOP SMOKING + Warren NEWARRIVAL and son Patrick have returned Montpelier, Topsham, Groton, Windswept Acres and week, insists that a winner BRADFORD--A Stop AI licut are Mr. and Mrs. David Car- to their Texas home, after S. Royalton and Bradford. Eleanor Burroughs' kitchen cannot be declared for any of Smoking Clinic will b held NEWBURYSCHOOLBO The Newbury School Bod I'   r home On Thursday evening a penter of Thetford Center are visiting with Bruce's parents, Also neighbors and friends have been the scene of the 56 categories until the Aug. 23-27 at the Bread of Life Natural Living Center, Rte. 5, will hold a special meeting +'Larry Minear neighborhood party was held the parents of a baby Mr. and Mrs. George Durgin, fromtown, numerous gatherings this pest rules have been written. At at Michael Ginsburg-s as his daughter, Amanda Kay, born while stayingat their recently Visitorsat Windswept Acres week. License plates bearing last ninerainar?tem r Upper Plain, Bradford. For I, bMichael from daughter Eva will soon be Aug. 13 at Alice Peck Day purchased cottage on Lake last week were Fay Davis III the mottos from such far off mtt.t.u .... . information, call (802) 222- the Elementary School o C., and Mr. returning tocollege. Hospital. Morey, where they spent four from Enfield, Conn., and his regions as New Mexico, New was vemsmrm review the financialsituati. August 20, 19BI at 7:30 p.m.ht 4511.