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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-September 23, 1981 I I I I I I I Illl II E. Corinth ,,, ,, ,,,, ,,,,, The Women's Fellowship has been placed in the church met Sept. 9 at the qome of vestibule for good light weight Mrs. John Brnekardt with clothing for the up-coming nineteen members and guests clothing drive which will end present. Rosa and Louise next week. After the meeting Heidenreich were co- all went to the Brockardt hostesses. The meeting was house for refreshments and a held in the "Chapel in the social hour. Wood" and Mary Brockardt Mrs. Allan Angney of S. led the devotions. At the Burlington was a guest of Mrs. business meeting Mary LM. Jackman on Sept. 7-10. Holland reported on the Mrs. Hertha Knapp went to church interior paint project Westmoreland, N.H. Sept. 10 and said the painter hoped to to spend a few days with her start the job by the last of this sister and husband, Mr. and month. There was a lengthy Mrs. Edward Kane. discussion on the revised Mr. and Mrs. Morris Knapp budget and it was voted. It and their daughter, Mrs. Jane was voted that we would make Huntington and David and four school bags, one health Sara were at the home of Mrs. kit and one sewing kit for Beulah GrayinE. Thetfordon Church World Service. A box Saturday evening for a Pierrnont H 25TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY--Mr. and Mrs. Dean Osgood celebrate 25 years of wedded bliss at the Piermont Congregational Church. mro iv F. tvm,m WarPen , Floyd R. Ra; 71-9979 ,,,,,,,, Stella Knapp 439-5762 Waters' family cook-out. Their niece and husband, Gary and Elaine (Waters) Earle of Hackettstown, N.J. were weekend guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parker took her mother, Mrs. Florence Lafley to Windsor, Ct. Sunday to spend a few days with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howe before she flies to her home in Holiday, Fla. The steeple lighting for this week is given in memory of Fred Childs by the Women's Fellowship. The altar flowers were given by Mrs. Moses Brock in memory of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Gilmour. Ill I I I Everyone is invited to at- tend the Historical Society Meeting at the fire station on Friday, Sept. 25th at 8 o'clock and participate by sharing old deeds. William Simpson will present the program on "Deeds" and Susan Holden, Selectman from Haverhill will be the speaker. Two couples in town celebrated 25th wedding anniversaries last week. Lorry Ackerman and Ellen Ackerman Putnam (Mrs. James) hosted a reception for their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ackerman in the Orford Masonic Hall, Saturday af- ternoon attended by over 200 friends and relatives. Nettle DeGoosh and Glenn Acker- man were married in the Lyme Congregational Church Sept. 15,1956. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Osgood had a surprise reception by the congregation following the morning service at the Piermont Congregational Church. Joan Mellin and Dean Osgood were married in that church, Sept. 9, 1956. Joan carried white gladioli at that time and gladioli were in the altar vases on Sunday with a bouquet given to the guest of honor. The library calls attention to a new, large bulletin board on the library porch, protected from the weather. Anyone is welcome to post notices and poster of events and invited to pause and read the postings by N N. Haverhill James Mclntyre has recently returned from a month in Scotland. He was able to visit many relatives and friends and fulfilled a long time dream to visit the Isle of Skye. Next month he is going to visit New Brunswick, Canada. Nice to he young l Sheila Pollock has a bloom on her lilac tree. .... Michele and Chuck Butson ii: are the proud parents of a  baby boy born Sept. 16. Maternal grandparents are   Laurent and Rita Fournier. The Haverhill Senior '-  ; Citizens met Sept. 14th for a . picnic lunch at the home of Bernice Johnson with 13 members present. Emily Metcaif and Martha Fagnant were on the committee. For the program Bernice showed HAVING A GOOD TIMF,---The gathering on the lawn of Giencliff Home during Glencllff Field Days. 0T0 Iv F. om,m Bradford--,,,,,- Virginia Bedell 4395720 Mrs. Anna Dow has returned home from Cottage Hospital where she had been a patient for nine days with pneumonia. Kevin and Sharon Proctor and Rhonda spent the weekend in Saranac Lake, N.Y., with his mother Mrs. Florence Proctor. Bohbi Joe spent the weekend with her grandparents Milton and Barbara Partington in W. Topsham. Bernard and Loucinda Ames are rejoicing the bir|h of a son born Sept. 9 at Barre Hospital. The young man has been named Bernard Henry Jr. Clifford and Esther French went Monday afternoon to Hollis, N.H. and stayed overnight with her son Irvin Laundry and family. Tuesday they journeyed to Boston to get top and side curtains for their red jeepster, returning home that night. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bush driven here in a mobile home by son Robert Bush of Wolcott, N.Y. spent Wednesday thru GLENCLIFF FIELD DAYS--Mrs. Stephen Underhlll from Plermont looks over the merchandise (far left), as Giencliff staff members (left to right) Gary Jesseman, Verona Wallace and Judy Lupien watch. PHOTO S r. OnS) Wa its R i ver---'-,-- Mrs. Clinton Sawyei" Newbury Bertha Carltton I - 429-3868 Miss Marion Wilson from Waltham, Mass. a dear friend of Mrs. Edward Coison spent several days with Mrs. Colson and enjoyed the stay in Vermont. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brock were in Ludlow, Mass. Sept. 12 to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hederman, a sister, of Stanleys. They met Mr. and Mrs. Mike Slater and daughter in White River Jet. and then all went together to the Hedermans. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kjollerup are adding a lovely glassed-in room to their trailer and Bob hopes to start plants in it in the spring. Steven Rogers has built a nice garage to keep the school busses in. Donald Carleton has had a big silo recently built. Mrs. William Bailey from St. Jobnsbury and Ml's. James Waiters from W. Acton, Mass. were last Sunday. visitors at the Carleton home. The Women's Fellowship held their first fall meeting at the home of Mrs. Edward Coison with 24 women present. Mrs. F. B. Peach led the devotions and the fellowship hymn "I Would be True" was Mrs. Etta Andrews and the Plymouth Hospital, Mrs. the library. Saturday with her sister, Mr. Donald Andrews"had a Visit Edna Chase at the Woodsville William Veghte is attending and Mrs. Leon Norcross. They 439-5445 sung by all. wilt weekfrorn hid Hospital, and ..:Ken St. Pmfl'sschonltnord; were enroute home from The UMW met Wednesday for their regular meet and The reports showed a most ire, Donald E ndrcvt; of Roberts at me tqymoum  Prince Edward tS 'On evening at thehome of Anabel election of officers: "Rmgobert successful summer with the Lehanon, N.H. Hospital. I am sure these Lisbon HidahBedard Thursday thru Sunday a Batten for their regular Wilds was acting master. Cracker Barrel Bazaar, Cook- Many people around for the people would appreciate a s3s-6725 sister, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian meeting. A short business Interesting reports were books and Flea Markets. Mrs. Coache of Burlington were meeting preceded the Bible given, the Home Ec. corn- Sharon Wilson a coordinator last big week-end over Labor card or word from you. A.V.S.C.C. Hears of Day. The hotels, motels, shops Pemi Warden Assocation and gas stations seemed to do hold meeting a good business, and after a in Woodstock busy summer things will now The September meeting of slow down a bit. Schools are the Pemi Warden's open and the foliage is already Association was held in the turning in places, that is, what church at Woodstock. Most of the bugs did not get, is tur- those attending were amazed ning. to see a large modern brick The selectmen and the road church beside the old one. It is agent looked over the Beech a nice building and was Hill Road Project last week planned and constructed at and it is hoped this project will our meeting in Woodstock one get started soon. year ago. It seems several Sharon Bancroft has been churches combined their operating the Post Office this talents, funds, and planning, week while PM Eudora thereby the new central Hibbard was in Seattle, Wash. church. at thePostal Conference. After a delicious meal, the Moosilauke Inn is closed for meeting was opened by Pres. the season except for a time in Louis Sleeper of Plymouth, foliage season. They reported and the minutes of the last a goodseason, meeting was read by Sec. Morse Museum is also Ginny Spead. The Division closed for the season and Bldg. for this section of the report a very good year. state recently opened in We are sorry to learn of the Bethlehem. It was brought to passing away of Ralph the attention of those at- Bushaw of Bradford, Vt., tending, that this was the first brother of Jesse Bushnw of year of many that the late Warren. Ralph was a member Fred Brown bad not been at, of the Asquamchumauke or working on the meeting. Valley Snowmobile Club. District  Richard of Many attended the auction Canaan spoke on the budget cuts and the repercutions in at the Ward home in Glenclfff the Department, and expected on Satprday. Construction has started on more to follow. We all hope to another dwelling in the see as many cuts in our taxes. Jackson development on John also showed the new Beech Hill. form of burning permit forms. Riding around the coun- He still had many of the old tryside this week, one notices type which would have to be quite a bit of color in the used first. Thirty-two people leaves on certain trees. Could have been dropped from Dred. be an early foliage season this. The fire prevention had a year. booth at the Plymouth Fair Mr and Mrs. DeElden but it was manned only oc- Refreshments will be served Philbrook have been visiting cassionaly. Canaan Fair will his mother Mrs. William be open again this year as a by the Landaff group. For those who need the October Philbrook for twoweeks. They new party has purchased the birthdays, they are: Francis now reside in Florida. fair and grounds. Date is Sept. Aldrich, Margaret Butmm, We are sorry to hear of the 17-18-19. death of Amy (Mrs. William) The meeting was adjourned Marjorie Clement, Elmer Howland, Mary Hunt, Wood who has been at the and Fish and Game Wardencatherin e McGregor, Laura Haverhill Nursing home for Chuck Kenney of Lincoln did a McLachlin, Warren Nye, several years. She was 91 masterful job of explaining Lillian Pilote, Dorothy years of age, born here and the new Deer Season. He Preshy, and Jessie Robinson. lived the major part of her life explained the new season and in Warren. Amy and William law is to assist in the build up were tax collectors for years the deer population which we for the town. She is survived so badly need. How many of by one son, William D. Wood, You folks remember when one and grandchildren. She was could shoot two deer hurled in Warren Cemetery. legally. For all of you people who -- have side-swiped the posts in front of the post office, and NEW ARRIVAL damaged your vehicles, fear Mr. and Mrs. Albert Boutin no more. Chief MacDonald Jr. of Benton are the parents removed this nuisance with of a new son born Sept. 1 at his chain saw Sunday. He did Cottage Hospital. this with the consent of the owners of course. It never should have been there in the first place. Amen. NOTES & COMMENTS We are sorry to learn that Some people are very Harry Goodwin has been at cantiousabout payingbllis. Scotland School There were 45 members of the Ammonoosuc Valley Senior Citizen Club who met on the stage of the Lisbon Town Hall on Sept. 16. The only guest was the afternoon speaker, Eugene Twaronite of Scotland School, Inc., Lan- daft, N.H. He showed very graphic slides of the coun- trysida and school, and made interesting remarks about them. In informal discussion afterwards, several recalled pertinent facts about school, teachers, and nature. Fmtr well-known songs were enjoyed at the beginning of the meeting. Beulah Foster was at the piano, and Barbara Stimson led the singing. Plans were confirmed for the Sep- tember 30 bus trip to Lan- caster to visit the Cathedral. The bus will leave from Lisbon Square at nine o'clock. Since there are no cooking facilities, it will be necessary to take cold Itmches. The October 7 Birthday Iamcheon is planned fer the Franconta Church or lawn, with cassereles and other dishes to be brought. Before the "Going Away for the Winter" group served homemade bars and cookies, the followir4 won door prizes: F. Landry, D. Presby, E. Clough, F. Wetherbee, M. Hunt, M. Marcoux, B. Stim- son, E. Swinyer, J. Robinson, K. Hall, M. Presby, and H. Bedard. Next week, Game Day will be held, with prizes needed. Corinth ,, Clark Family Reunim A family reunion of the late William and Ada Clark met together Thursday, Sept. 10. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clark of Framingham, Ma., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Clark of Piermont, N.H., Mrs. Elsie Clark Monette of Ellenburg, N.Y., lrvin Clark of Barre, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark of Windsor, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clark of Waits River, Mr. and Mrs. William Clark of guests. On Friday a family reunion for the sisters and brothers was held. Joining the three here were sisters Mrs. Grace Wakeham, Mrs. Marion Shiltru, and Mr. and Mrs Furman Ouillette of the St. Johnsbury area. Brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilkins and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wilkins, Florence Robie and daughter, Ruth of the Whitefield, N.H. area also attended. The reunion was held at the Norcross home on the Fairground Road. Orange County Commander Milton Bedell was in Randolph Tuesday night where he in- stalled the Randolph Legion Officers. His wife visited the auxiliary meeting which was being installed by Diane Widemeyer. Fairlee The Miss Elizabeth and Miss Barbara Partridge, of Natick, Mes., visited Mrs. William Neale last weekend. Rally Day at the Federated Church will be Sept. 27. The first day of Sunday School will start with a pan-cake break- fast in the church dining room from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Dedication of the Sunday School teachers will take place during the morning service. From now on starting on this date, the time of morning service will be I0 a.m. All are welcome at the breakfast and all young people from toddlers through the eighth grade will be welcome in the Sunday School. The Community Circle met for the September meeting at home of Mrs. Stanley Farnham on Wednesday evening, Sept. 9. Various fall projects were discussed. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The October meeting will be at Mrs. Irene I Study entitled "Members of mittee reported two first place at Waterbury Hospital talked F " '! Our amtly . Margaret winners m Needlework: about the people there and Batten reported on the knitted afghan, Class C; how many of them are Pastoral Relation Meeting Marjorie Perkins. Crocheted neglected by their loved ones. held last week with Elin placemats, Class B., Mary There are 250 to 260 patients Batten. Lurid. Sunshine committee there and they need more help Rev. Mark Demers called reported, Edith Osmer and from friends of the an officer's meeting at the Gloria Miller were in Central Remembrance project. church Tuesday evening to Vermont Hospital. A letter of On Oct. 13 there will be an discuss the church and thanks was received from "open house" to see the new community needs and to Central Vermont Hospital for arboratum. Mrs. Amy Jarrell prepare a tentative budget the scrap books presented to has offered to take packages before conference, the pediatric ward. The to Waterbury when shegoes to Mrs. Evelyn Tillotson committee voted to purchase Burlington to see her returned home Tuesday after 12 National Grange Cookbooks daughter. Delicious refresh- a Vermont Transit Tour of to sell. meats of assorted cookies, four days in Maine. Some of Officers elected were: cheese, tea and coffee were the interesting places were the Master, Greg Perreault; served. museum in Bath, the docks Overseer, Robert Wilds; The subject of the Turkey where large ships were being Lecturer. Irene Salomaa; Supper which comes the built for the navy, and half a Assistant Steward, Evelyn Saturday night nearest to day on the ocean. Tillotson; Lady Assistant Columbus Day was discussed. Riverside Grange met Steward. Herma Clement; The committee has decided to Wednesday evening Sept. 16 Chaplain, Gladys Sawyer; charge $5 for grownups as all Treasurer. Linda Wilds; are served family style. All , ,, , Mrs. Esther Johnson' Secretary, Gloria Miller; Gate hope for a lovely evening. 333-9704 Keeper, Kim Richardson; Watch for more items about Gulley's. Ceres, Sue Perreault; this yearly event. Mrs. Richard Plummer, of Pomona, Helen Largin; Flora, Mr. and Mrs. Henry North Windham, Me., visited Mary Lund: Ex-Board Flanders from Edgewater, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Member, 3 years, Kermit N.J. and Mrs. Peggy Beamis Richardson; Auditor for 3 of Woodsville were Wed- Joseph Walker, over the years. Howard Perkins. nesday afternoon callers on weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Meeting closed with a short old friends. Durgin report the birth of a poem and song "Bless Be The The trailer just south of granddaughter, Lisa Anne, Tie That Binds. Refreshments Jeffrey Gore's has been sold born Sept. 2. Lisa is the were served by the corn- to a David Smith in Orford and daughter and second child of mittee, he is in the process of moving. Election of officers will be Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Cove Bryce and Anne Morrill, of Oct. 7 preceded by a pot luck and children enjoyed the Bradford. Two cousins were baptized supper at 6:30. All members weekend of Sept. 12th at Cape at the morning services at the please attend and bring that Cod with Jeffrey's parents and Federated Church, Sept. 13. favorite dish. other relatives. Trudy is the daughter of Mr. S. 'V and Mrs. Russell Wing, of ,,, Dorothy Homeister Vershire and Michelle is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bone, Aldrich, in Brattleboro, Vt. He Davenport, of Fairlee. Needbam, Mass. spent the is the son of Nina Frost week at their Groton-Ryegate Aldrich, and the grandson of Road cottage. Delbert Frost, and Mrs. Frost. BABY BOYARRIVES Representative and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Russell WOODSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. John Zampieri spent four days Darling, Glover, called on his Michael Adams of Woodsville in Boston. sister, Mrs. Eva Beckley, are the parents of a new baby Mrs. Winnie Frost spent last Sunday, at the home of her boy, weighing six pounds and week with her daughter, Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Barbara 13 ounces, born on Sept. 13 at Elmer Black in Westfield, Ruppert. Cottage Hospital. Mass. She also visited her Mr. and Mrs, Claire great-grandsen, RyanPatrick Elshleman, Lancaster, Pa. have been visiting their , ,i , I i ,, ,, , Eleaner lrreughs daughter and family, Mr. and 4.w.s Mrs. James Arnosky. Bradford, Marion Clark Couillard of E. Thetford, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clark of Bradford and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Eastman of Topeham. A buffet supper was enjoyed by all. Leo and Gladys Clark spent the week with Earl and Irene Eastman. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carter were in Windsor on Sunday to help her mother Dorothy Best celebrate her birthday. They also called on his nephew and wife Danny Mr. and Mrs. John McCoy, and Kathy Osgood. the summer at April Foul Bradford, were luncheon Jack Learmonth was in Farm, left Thursday to return guests Thursday of his sister Boston over the weekend to to their home in Santa Fe, and husband, Mr. and Mrs. attend the wedding of a New Mexico. Her sister Katie Charles Grant. nephew. His father returned Kramer took them to the Sympathy is felt for Mr. and with him for a few days visit. Logan Airport in Boston. Mrs. Kendall Welch, former Dr. and Mrs. Otto Ehren- theft of Brighton, Mass. residents, for the death of returned to their home their son Irwin in Newbury. Thursday after spending a few NEW BABY GIRL Several from here attended days with their daughter and E. TOPSHAM--Mr. and Mrs. the funeral Friday. husband Susie and Jack Timothy Claflin of E. Top- Learmonth. sham are the parents of a new NOTES & COMMENTS Mrs. Mary Kramer baby girl, weighing six pounds Can you remember the good Peterson and sons Lincoln and and three ounces, born on old days when a man's word Simon, who had spent most of Sept. 13at Cottage Hospital. was his bond? , Katharine Blaisdell 787-6.315 her 14 shelties and put several trained ones through the skills they have learned to win awards at various dog shows. It was voted to go to Freedom Acres in Lieu of the October meeting. This trip will he driven in private cars on Monday, October 19th. Anyone wishing to go on this trip should contact Edith Henson. Herman and Velma Lucas spent the weekend in Ellington, Conn., visiting her nephew and family, George and Ida Carroll. The No. Haverhill Girls Club met on Sept. 16 at the home of Lois Henson with 13 members and one guest present. On committee with Lois were Karen Aldrich, Mary Ann Dellinger and Pat Dwyer. Walter Dellinger is em- ployed at Clark Ingalis' farm. The regular meeting of AARP was held in the VFW Hall dining room on Thursday evening, Sept. 17th. A delicious potluck supper was served at 6:30 followed by the business  meeting. The program was a travelog with slides by Phil Bellamy. It was "England in Springtime" and featured a tour of England taken by Phil  and Doris in a little Escort car -- Phil remembered to drive on the left. Elyse, new Greg and born August Hitchcock Hospital in weighed 7 Maternal are Mr. and Churchill of paternal Mr. and Dexter of has two Carpenter of Mrs. Grace White River paternal mother -- Berry S. Newbury Visitors in the area this week were Martin and Thora Kapp of Twinflower, both looking very fit. Good to hear news of Nina and Marian, both in Boston. Marian in her third year of nursing school and working at New England Baptist. John Grow is visiting the Eastern States Exposition in Springfield this weekend. The Scotts were there Wednesday and Karen and Fred Clements and the Richard Swensons will he attending the Exposition this weekend on different days. Peter saw two well grown coyotes or coy dogs on his meadow Friday morning. Nothing daunted, Heidi Smit camped out at the river edge on the meadow. She was undisturbed. Rick and Toni Chubbuck have now exchanged their summer tent for a Ryegate, .... Mrs. Alex Meyette has been rehired to her job with the Champlain Valley Work and Training Program, working as a case worker. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty returned Tuesday, Sept. 8, from a five-day visit with Mr. and Mrs. Errold Arnold in Dexter, Me. While there, they attended the wedding of the Arnolds' youngest daughter, Sept. 5. James Kinerson and son Jack were supper guests Saturday, Sept. 12, of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson. Mr: and Mrs. Alez Heyette spent Labor Day Weekend with her son, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fellows and family in Georgia, Vt. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty attended the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Fred White Satur- day, Sept. 12, at the North Haverhill Church and the reception following at the 111 Club in Woedsville. Luncheon guests Saturday, Sept. 12, of Mr. and ,Mrs. Arthur Whitehill were Mr. and Mrs, Roy Ryder of Nantucket, Mass. Mrs. David Winchester was guest of honor at a baby shower Friday evening, Sept. II, at the home of Mrs. Ken- neth Nelson with Mrs. Ken- neth Nelson and Mrs. Gene Perkins as hostesses. Upon her arrival, Mrs. Winchester was presented with a corsage of pink silk roses. Assisted by her son Daniel, she opened her gifts from a decorated baby's cradle. Refreshments featuring decorated sandwich loaves inscribed with "Welcome Jennifer Ann", which had been decorated by Barbara Nelson, were served by the hostesses. Guests at- tending besides the guest of honor, Daniel and Jennifer, were Mrs. Clifford Win, chester, Mrs. Chuck Hall, and daughter Emily, Mrs. Mat- thew Winchester, Mrs. Gordon Stevens, Mrs. Robert Zamben and daughter Grace, Mrs. Earl Frost, Marlo, Marcella, and Steven, Mrs. Roland Sargent, Mrs. Richard Vance, Judy, and Bonnie, Mrs. Harold Nelson, Mrs. Bruce Nelson and daughter Andrea. The Ryegate Extension Homemakers Group held their monthly meeting at the church vestry Thursday af- ternoon, Sept. 10, with 2 members and 1 guest present. The program was en "Liquid Embroidery", with Glenda Emery of Wells River as demonstrator. The next meeting is planned for OCt. 15 (note change of date) at 1:00 I mobilehome. Nancy reading teacher has been mother in the Sleepers MeadoW, 007 Sylvester's he is r Peabody is species. Nancy Cole Brittany Spaniel Carrie. camper to the Fair. John been attending week. OO7 any mail this dition to the will be filling specting his himself for the fiscal year. Ii should be pursuing the carrier, it is impection. I I p.m. It will be Mrs. Bruce consist of ning". Arthur Whitehill, and George of companied Mr. Ryder visit their Whitehill in Tuesday, Sept. Blue one of the the Recreation Johnsbury, The exhibit "Wood Cutting Mr. and Ethan and wedding of cousin David Hewey Mass., SaturdaY About 15 the home of Nelson Sept. 10, for a items for the planned for Oct.: Rev. Marion with the Sunday the home Stewart White. were Mrs. Fremont Edward Cone Perkins. chosen and Mr.andMrs. Mrs. William Wmard Banquet in Saturday Mrs. Prayer" as program. Mr. and Nelson, Mr. Nelson, Bruce A.B.S. Buffet eveniJg, Hour River. Mr. and chcock return Cone monthly District A evening, Moretown. William Johrmbury 16, to ResolutionS the Lincoln In. Page 6-The Journal Opinion-September 23, 1981 I I I I I I I Illl II E. Corinth ,,, ,, ,,,, ,,,,, The Women's Fellowship has been placed in the church met Sept. 9 at the qome of vestibule for good light weight Mrs. John Brnekardt with clothing for the up-coming nineteen members and guests clothing drive which will end present. Rosa and Louise next week. After the meeting Heidenreich were co- all went to the Brockardt hostesses. The meeting was house for refreshments and a held in the "Chapel in the social hour. Wood" and Mary Brockardt Mrs. Allan Angney of S. led the devotions. At the Burlington was a guest of Mrs. business meeting Mary LM. Jackman on Sept. 7-10. Holland reported on the Mrs. Hertha Knapp went to church interior paint project Westmoreland, N.H. Sept. 10 and said the painter hoped to to spend a few days with her start the job by the last of this sister and husband, Mr. and month. There was a lengthy Mrs. Edward Kane. discussion on the revised Mr. and Mrs. Morris Knapp budget and it was voted. It and their daughter, Mrs. Jane was voted that we would make Huntington and David and four school bags, one health Sara were at the home of Mrs. kit and one sewing kit for Beulah GrayinE. Thetfordon Church World Service. A box Saturday evening for a Pierrnont H 25TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY--Mr. and Mrs. Dean Osgood celebrate 25 years of wedded bliss at the Piermont Congregational Church. mro iv F. tvm,m WarPen , Floyd R. Ra; 71-9979 ,,,,,,,, Stella Knapp 439-5762 Waters' family cook-out. Their niece and husband, Gary and Elaine (Waters) Earle of Hackettstown, N.J. were weekend guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parker took her mother, Mrs. Florence Lafley to Windsor, Ct. Sunday to spend a few days with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howe before she flies to her home in Holiday, Fla. The steeple lighting for this week is given in memory of Fred Childs by the Women's Fellowship. The altar flowers were given by Mrs. Moses Brock in memory of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Gilmour. Ill I I I Everyone is invited to at- tend the Historical Society Meeting at the fire station on Friday, Sept. 25th at 8 o'clock and participate by sharing old deeds. William Simpson will present the program on "Deeds" and Susan Holden, Selectman from Haverhill will be the speaker. Two couples in town celebrated 25th wedding anniversaries last week. Lorry Ackerman and Ellen Ackerman Putnam (Mrs. James) hosted a reception for their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ackerman in the Orford Masonic Hall, Saturday af- ternoon attended by over 200 friends and relatives. Nettle DeGoosh and Glenn Acker- man were married in the Lyme Congregational Church Sept. 15,1956. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Osgood had a surprise reception by the congregation following the morning service at the Piermont Congregational Church. Joan Mellin and Dean Osgood were married in that church, Sept. 9, 1956. Joan carried white gladioli at that time and gladioli were in the altar vases on Sunday with a bouquet given to the guest of honor. The library calls attention to a new, large bulletin board on the library porch, protected from the weather. Anyone is welcome to post notices and poster of events and invited to pause and read the postings by N N. Haverhill James Mclntyre has recently returned from a month in Scotland. He was able to visit many relatives and friends and fulfilled a long time dream to visit the Isle of Skye. Next month he is going to visit New Brunswick, Canada. Nice to he young l Sheila Pollock has a bloom on her lilac tree. .... Michele and Chuck Butson ii: are the proud parents of a  baby boy born Sept. 16. Maternal grandparents are   Laurent and Rita Fournier. The Haverhill Senior '-  ; Citizens met Sept. 14th for a . picnic lunch at the home of Bernice Johnson with 13 members present. Emily Metcaif and Martha Fagnant were on the committee. For the program Bernice showed HAVING A GOOD TIMF,---The gathering on the lawn of Giencliff Home during Glencllff Field Days. 0T0 Iv F. om,m Bradford--,,,,,- Virginia Bedell 4395720 Mrs. Anna Dow has returned home from Cottage Hospital where she had been a patient for nine days with pneumonia. Kevin and Sharon Proctor and Rhonda spent the weekend in Saranac Lake, N.Y., with his mother Mrs. Florence Proctor. Bohbi Joe spent the weekend with her grandparents Milton and Barbara Partington in W. Topsham. Bernard and Loucinda Ames are rejoicing the bir|h of a son born Sept. 9 at Barre Hospital. The young man has been named Bernard Henry Jr. Clifford and Esther French went Monday afternoon to Hollis, N.H. and stayed overnight with her son Irvin Laundry and family. Tuesday they journeyed to Boston to get top and side curtains for their red jeepster, returning home that night. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bush driven here in a mobile home by son Robert Bush of Wolcott, N.Y. spent Wednesday thru GLENCLIFF FIELD DAYS--Mrs. Stephen Underhlll from Plermont looks over the merchandise (far left), as Giencliff staff members (left to right) Gary Jesseman, Verona Wallace and Judy Lupien watch. PHOTO S r. OnS) Wa its R i ver---'-,-- Mrs. Clinton Sawyei" Newbury Bertha Carltton I - 429-3868 Miss Marion Wilson from Waltham, Mass. a dear friend of Mrs. Edward Coison spent several days with Mrs. Colson and enjoyed the stay in Vermont. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brock were in Ludlow, Mass. Sept. 12 to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hederman, a sister, of Stanleys. They met Mr. and Mrs. Mike Slater and daughter in White River Jet. and then all went together to the Hedermans. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kjollerup are adding a lovely glassed-in room to their trailer and Bob hopes to start plants in it in the spring. Steven Rogers has built a nice garage to keep the school busses in. Donald Carleton has had a big silo recently built. Mrs. William Bailey from St. Jobnsbury and Ml's. James Waiters from W. Acton, Mass. were last Sunday. visitors at the Carleton home. The Women's Fellowship held their first fall meeting at the home of Mrs. Edward Coison with 24 women present. Mrs. F. B. Peach led the devotions and the fellowship hymn "I Would be True" was Mrs. Etta Andrews and the Plymouth Hospital, Mrs. the library. Saturday with her sister, Mr. Donald Andrews"had a Visit Edna Chase at the Woodsville William Veghte is attending and Mrs. Leon Norcross. They 439-5445 sung by all. wilt weekfrorn hid Hospital, and ..:Ken St. Pmfl'sschonltnord; were enroute home from The UMW met Wednesday for their regular meet and The reports showed a most ire, Donald E ndrcvt; of Roberts at me tqymoum  Prince Edward tS 'On evening at thehome of Anabel election of officers: "Rmgobert successful summer with the Lehanon, N.H. Hospital. I am sure these Lisbon HidahBedard Thursday thru Sunday a Batten for their regular Wilds was acting master. Cracker Barrel Bazaar, Cook- Many people around for the people would appreciate a s3s-6725 sister, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian meeting. A short business Interesting reports were books and Flea Markets. Mrs. Coache of Burlington were meeting preceded the Bible given, the Home Ec. corn- Sharon Wilson a coordinator last big week-end over Labor card or word from you. A.V.S.C.C. Hears of Day. The hotels, motels, shops Pemi Warden Assocation and gas stations seemed to do hold meeting a good business, and after a in Woodstock busy summer things will now The September meeting of slow down a bit. Schools are the Pemi Warden's open and the foliage is already Association was held in the turning in places, that is, what church at Woodstock. Most of the bugs did not get, is tur- those attending were amazed ning. to see a large modern brick The selectmen and the road church beside the old one. It is agent looked over the Beech a nice building and was Hill Road Project last week planned and constructed at and it is hoped this project will our meeting in Woodstock one get started soon. year ago. It seems several Sharon Bancroft has been churches combined their operating the Post Office this talents, funds, and planning, week while PM Eudora thereby the new central Hibbard was in Seattle, Wash. church. at thePostal Conference. After a delicious meal, the Moosilauke Inn is closed for meeting was opened by Pres. the season except for a time in Louis Sleeper of Plymouth, foliage season. They reported and the minutes of the last a goodseason, meeting was read by Sec. Morse Museum is also Ginny Spead. The Division closed for the season and Bldg. for this section of the report a very good year. state recently opened in We are sorry to learn of the Bethlehem. It was brought to passing away of Ralph the attention of those at- Bushaw of Bradford, Vt., tending, that this was the first brother of Jesse Bushnw of year of many that the late Warren. Ralph was a member Fred Brown bad not been at, of the Asquamchumauke or working on the meeting. Valley Snowmobile Club. District  Richard of Many attended the auction Canaan spoke on the budget cuts and the repercutions in at the Ward home in Glenclfff the Department, and expected on Satprday. Construction has started on more to follow. We all hope to another dwelling in the see as many cuts in our taxes. Jackson development on John also showed the new Beech Hill. form of burning permit forms. Riding around the coun- He still had many of the old tryside this week, one notices type which would have to be quite a bit of color in the used first. Thirty-two people leaves on certain trees. Could have been dropped from Dred. be an early foliage season this. The fire prevention had a year. booth at the Plymouth Fair Mr and Mrs. DeElden but it was manned only oc- Refreshments will be served Philbrook have been visiting cassionaly. Canaan Fair will his mother Mrs. William be open again this year as a by the Landaff group. For those who need the October Philbrook for twoweeks. They new party has purchased the birthdays, they are: Francis now reside in Florida. fair and grounds. Date is Sept. Aldrich, Margaret Butmm, We are sorry to hear of the 17-18-19. death of Amy (Mrs. William) The meeting was adjourned Marjorie Clement, Elmer Howland, Mary Hunt, Wood who has been at the and Fish and Game Wardencatherin e McGregor, Laura Haverhill Nursing home for Chuck Kenney of Lincoln did a McLachlin, Warren Nye, several years. She was 91 masterful job of explaining Lillian Pilote, Dorothy years of age, born here and the new Deer Season. He Preshy, and Jessie Robinson. lived the major part of her life explained the new season and in Warren. Amy and William law is to assist in the build up were tax collectors for years the deer population which we for the town. She is survived so badly need. How many of by one son, William D. Wood, You folks remember when one and grandchildren. She was could shoot two deer hurled in Warren Cemetery. legally. For all of you people who -- have side-swiped the posts in front of the post office, and NEW ARRIVAL damaged your vehicles, fear Mr. and Mrs. Albert Boutin no more. Chief MacDonald Jr. of Benton are the parents removed this nuisance with of a new son born Sept. 1 at his chain saw Sunday. He did Cottage Hospital. this with the consent of the owners of course. It never should have been there in the first place. Amen. NOTES & COMMENTS We are sorry to learn that Some people are very Harry Goodwin has been at cantiousabout payingbllis. Scotland School There were 45 members of the Ammonoosuc Valley Senior Citizen Club who met on the stage of the Lisbon Town Hall on Sept. 16. The only guest was the afternoon speaker, Eugene Twaronite of Scotland School, Inc., Lan- daft, N.H. He showed very graphic slides of the coun- trysida and school, and made interesting remarks about them. In informal discussion afterwards, several recalled pertinent facts about school, teachers, and nature. Fmtr well-known songs were enjoyed at the beginning of the meeting. Beulah Foster was at the piano, and Barbara Stimson led the singing. Plans were confirmed for the Sep- tember 30 bus trip to Lan- caster to visit the Cathedral. The bus will leave from Lisbon Square at nine o'clock. Since there are no cooking facilities, it will be necessary to take cold Itmches. The October 7 Birthday Iamcheon is planned fer the Franconta Church or lawn, with cassereles and other dishes to be brought. Before the "Going Away for the Winter" group served homemade bars and cookies, the followir4 won door prizes: F. Landry, D. Presby, E. Clough, F. Wetherbee, M. Hunt, M. Marcoux, B. Stim- son, E. Swinyer, J. Robinson, K. Hall, M. Presby, and H. Bedard. Next week, Game Day will be held, with prizes needed. Corinth ,, Clark Family Reunim A family reunion of the late William and Ada Clark met together Thursday, Sept. 10. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clark of Framingham, Ma., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Clark of Piermont, N.H., Mrs. Elsie Clark Monette of Ellenburg, N.Y., lrvin Clark of Barre, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark of Windsor, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clark of Waits River, Mr. and Mrs. William Clark of guests. On Friday a family reunion for the sisters and brothers was held. Joining the three here were sisters Mrs. Grace Wakeham, Mrs. Marion Shiltru, and Mr. and Mrs Furman Ouillette of the St. Johnsbury area. Brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilkins and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wilkins, Florence Robie and daughter, Ruth of the Whitefield, N.H. area also attended. The reunion was held at the Norcross home on the Fairground Road. Orange County Commander Milton Bedell was in Randolph Tuesday night where he in- stalled the Randolph Legion Officers. His wife visited the auxiliary meeting which was being installed by Diane Widemeyer. Fairlee The Miss Elizabeth and Miss Barbara Partridge, of Natick, Mes., visited Mrs. William Neale last weekend. Rally Day at the Federated Church will be Sept. 27. The first day of Sunday School will start with a pan-cake break- fast in the church dining room from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Dedication of the Sunday School teachers will take place during the morning service. From now on starting on this date, the time of morning service will be I0 a.m. All are welcome at the breakfast and all young people from toddlers through the eighth grade will be welcome in the Sunday School. The Community Circle met for the September meeting at home of Mrs. Stanley Farnham on Wednesday evening, Sept. 9. Various fall projects were discussed. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The October meeting will be at Mrs. Irene I Study entitled "Members of mittee reported two first place at Waterbury Hospital talked F " '! Our amtly . Margaret winners m Needlework: about the people there and Batten reported on the knitted afghan, Class C; how many of them are Pastoral Relation Meeting Marjorie Perkins. Crocheted neglected by their loved ones. held last week with Elin placemats, Class B., Mary There are 250 to 260 patients Batten. Lurid. Sunshine committee there and they need more help Rev. Mark Demers called reported, Edith Osmer and from friends of the an officer's meeting at the Gloria Miller were in Central Remembrance project. church Tuesday evening to Vermont Hospital. A letter of On Oct. 13 there will be an discuss the church and thanks was received from "open house" to see the new community needs and to Central Vermont Hospital for arboratum. Mrs. Amy Jarrell prepare a tentative budget the scrap books presented to has offered to take packages before conference, the pediatric ward. The to Waterbury when shegoes to Mrs. Evelyn Tillotson committee voted to purchase Burlington to see her returned home Tuesday after 12 National Grange Cookbooks daughter. Delicious refresh- a Vermont Transit Tour of to sell. meats of assorted cookies, four days in Maine. Some of Officers elected were: cheese, tea and coffee were the interesting places were the Master, Greg Perreault; served. museum in Bath, the docks Overseer, Robert Wilds; The subject of the Turkey where large ships were being Lecturer. Irene Salomaa; Supper which comes the built for the navy, and half a Assistant Steward, Evelyn Saturday night nearest to day on the ocean. Tillotson; Lady Assistant Columbus Day was discussed. Riverside Grange met Steward. Herma Clement; The committee has decided to Wednesday evening Sept. 16 Chaplain, Gladys Sawyer; charge $5 for grownups as all Treasurer. Linda Wilds; are served family style. All , ,, , Mrs. Esther Johnson' Secretary, Gloria Miller; Gate hope for a lovely evening. 333-9704 Keeper, Kim Richardson; Watch for more items about Gulley's. Ceres, Sue Perreault; this yearly event. Mrs. Richard Plummer, of Pomona, Helen Largin; Flora, Mr. and Mrs. Henry North Windham, Me., visited Mary Lund: Ex-Board Flanders from Edgewater, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Member, 3 years, Kermit N.J. and Mrs. Peggy Beamis Richardson; Auditor for 3 of Woodsville were Wed- Joseph Walker, over the years. Howard Perkins. nesday afternoon callers on weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Meeting closed with a short old friends. Durgin report the birth of a poem and song "Bless Be The The trailer just south of granddaughter, Lisa Anne, Tie That Binds. Refreshments Jeffrey Gore's has been sold born Sept. 2. Lisa is the were served by the corn- to a David Smith in Orford and daughter and second child of mittee, he is in the process of moving. Election of officers will be Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Cove Bryce and Anne Morrill, of Oct. 7 preceded by a pot luck and children enjoyed the Bradford. Two cousins were baptized supper at 6:30. All members weekend of Sept. 12th at Cape at the morning services at the please attend and bring that Cod with Jeffrey's parents and Federated Church, Sept. 13. favorite dish. other relatives. Trudy is the daughter of Mr. S. 'V and Mrs. Russell Wing, of ,,, Dorothy Homeister Vershire and Michelle is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bone, Aldrich, in Brattleboro, Vt. He Davenport, of Fairlee. Needbam, Mass. spent the is the son of Nina Frost week at their Groton-Ryegate Aldrich, and the grandson of Road cottage. Delbert Frost, and Mrs. Frost. BABY BOYARRIVES Representative and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Russell WOODSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. John Zampieri spent four days Darling, Glover, called on his Michael Adams of Woodsville in Boston. sister, Mrs. Eva Beckley, are the parents of a new baby Mrs. Winnie Frost spent last Sunday, at the home of her boy, weighing six pounds and week with her daughter, Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Barbara 13 ounces, born on Sept. 13 at Elmer Black in Westfield, Ruppert. Cottage Hospital. Mass. She also visited her Mr. and Mrs, Claire great-grandsen, RyanPatrick Elshleman, Lancaster, Pa. have been visiting their , ,i , I i ,, ,, , Eleaner lrreughs daughter and family, Mr. and 4.w.s Mrs. James Arnosky. Bradford, Marion Clark Couillard of E. Thetford, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clark of Bradford and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Eastman of Topeham. A buffet supper was enjoyed by all. Leo and Gladys Clark spent the week with Earl and Irene Eastman. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carter were in Windsor on Sunday to help her mother Dorothy Best celebrate her birthday. They also called on his nephew and wife Danny Mr. and Mrs. John McCoy, and Kathy Osgood. the summer at April Foul Bradford, were luncheon Jack Learmonth was in Farm, left Thursday to return guests Thursday of his sister Boston over the weekend to to their home in Santa Fe, and husband, Mr. and Mrs. attend the wedding of a New Mexico. Her sister Katie Charles Grant. nephew. His father returned Kramer took them to the Sympathy is felt for Mr. and with him for a few days visit. Logan Airport in Boston. Mrs. Kendall Welch, former Dr. and Mrs. Otto Ehren- theft of Brighton, Mass. residents, for the death of returned to their home their son Irwin in Newbury. Thursday after spending a few NEW BABY GIRL Several from here attended days with their daughter and E. TOPSHAM--Mr. and Mrs. the funeral Friday. husband Susie and Jack Timothy Claflin of E. Top- Learmonth. sham are the parents of a new NOTES & COMMENTS Mrs. Mary Kramer baby girl, weighing six pounds Can you remember the good Peterson and sons Lincoln and and three ounces, born on old days when a man's word Simon, who had spent most of Sept. 13at Cottage Hospital. was his bond? , Katharine Blaisdell 787-6.315 her 14 shelties and put several trained ones through the skills they have learned to win awards at various dog shows. It was voted to go to Freedom Acres in Lieu of the October meeting. This trip will he driven in private cars on Monday, October 19th. Anyone wishing to go on this trip should contact Edith Henson. Herman and Velma Lucas spent the weekend in Ellington, Conn., visiting her nephew and family, George and Ida Carroll. The No. Haverhill Girls Club met on Sept. 16 at the home of Lois Henson with 13 members and one guest present. On committee with Lois were Karen Aldrich, Mary Ann Dellinger and Pat Dwyer. Walter Dellinger is em- ployed at Clark Ingalis' farm. The regular meeting of AARP was held in the VFW Hall dining room on Thursday evening, Sept. 17th. A delicious potluck supper was served at 6:30 followed by the business  meeting. The program was a travelog with slides by Phil Bellamy. It was "England in Springtime" and featured a tour of England taken by Phil  and Doris in a little Escort car -- Phil remembered to drive on the left. Elyse, new Greg and born August Hitchcock Hospital in weighed 7 Maternal are Mr. and Churchill of paternal Mr. and Dexter of has two Carpenter of Mrs. Grace White River paternal mother -- Berry S. Newbury Visitors in the area this week were Martin and Thora Kapp of Twinflower, both looking very fit. Good to hear news of Nina and Marian, both in Boston. Marian in her third year of nursing school and working at New England Baptist. John Grow is visiting the Eastern States Exposition in Springfield this weekend. The Scotts were there Wednesday and Karen and Fred Clements and the Richard Swensons will he attending the Exposition this weekend on different days. Peter saw two well grown coyotes or coy dogs on his meadow Friday morning. Nothing daunted, Heidi Smit camped out at the river edge on the meadow. She was undisturbed. Rick and Toni Chubbuck have now exchanged their summer tent for a Ryegate, .... Mrs. Alex Meyette has been rehired to her job with the Champlain Valley Work and Training Program, working as a case worker. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty returned Tuesday, Sept. 8, from a five-day visit with Mr. and Mrs. Errold Arnold in Dexter, Me. While there, they attended the wedding of the Arnolds' youngest daughter, Sept. 5. James Kinerson and son Jack were supper guests Saturday, Sept. 12, of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson. Mr: and Mrs. Alez Heyette spent Labor Day Weekend with her son, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fellows and family in Georgia, Vt. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty attended the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Fred White Satur- day, Sept. 12, at the North Haverhill Church and the reception following at the 111 Club in Woedsville. Luncheon guests Saturday, Sept. 12, of Mr. and ,Mrs. Arthur Whitehill were Mr. and Mrs, Roy Ryder of Nantucket, Mass. Mrs. David Winchester was guest of honor at a baby shower Friday evening, Sept. II, at the home of Mrs. Ken- neth Nelson with Mrs. Ken- neth Nelson and Mrs. Gene Perkins as hostesses. Upon her arrival, Mrs. Winchester was presented with a corsage of pink silk roses. Assisted by her son Daniel, she opened her gifts from a decorated baby's cradle. Refreshments featuring decorated sandwich loaves inscribed with "Welcome Jennifer Ann", which had been decorated by Barbara Nelson, were served by the hostesses. Guests at- tending besides the guest of honor, Daniel and Jennifer, were Mrs. Clifford Win, chester, Mrs. Chuck Hall, and daughter Emily, Mrs. Mat- thew Winchester, Mrs. Gordon Stevens, Mrs. Robert Zamben and daughter Grace, Mrs. Earl Frost, Marlo, Marcella, and Steven, Mrs. Roland Sargent, Mrs. Richard Vance, Judy, and Bonnie, Mrs. Harold Nelson, Mrs. Bruce Nelson and daughter Andrea. The Ryegate Extension Homemakers Group held their monthly meeting at the church vestry Thursday af- ternoon, Sept. 10, with 2 members and 1 guest present. The program was en "Liquid Embroidery", with Glenda Emery of Wells River as demonstrator. The next meeting is planned for OCt. 15 (note change of date) at 1:00 I mobilehome. Nancy reading teacher has been mother in the Sleepers MeadoW, 007 Sylvester's he is r Peabody is species. Nancy Cole Brittany Spaniel Carrie. camper to the Fair. John been attending week. OO7 any mail this dition to the will be filling specting his himself for the fiscal year. Ii should be pursuing the carrier, it is impection. I I p.m. It will be Mrs. Bruce consist of ning". Arthur Whitehill, and George of companied Mr. Ryder visit their Whitehill in Tuesday, Sept. Blue one of the the Recreation Johnsbury, The exhibit "Wood Cutting Mr. and Ethan and wedding of cousin David Hewey Mass., SaturdaY About 15 the home of Nelson Sept. 10, for a items for the planned for Oct.: Rev. Marion with the Sunday the home Stewart White. were Mrs. Fremont Edward Cone Perkins. chosen and Mr.andMrs. Mrs. William Wmard Banquet in Saturday Mrs. Prayer" as program. Mr. and Nelson, Mr. Nelson, Bruce A.B.S. Buffet eveniJg, Hour River. Mr. and chcock return Cone monthly District A evening, Moretown. William Johrmbury 16, to ResolutionS the Lincoln In.