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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-October 6, 1982 N WARREN , _ FloydR.Ray S RYF00ATE" 764-9979 Mr. and Mrs. James Shaw, Eric Snogrenandfamityare was trying to pay its taxes, just arrived: Master of the Alberquerque, N. M., and Mr. back at the Parsonage after about three weeks of camping up and down the coast. Foliage about at its peak if you wish to see it in all its glory, you better get out this week. It is reported that Cy Colby of Bristol passed away recently. He has been in- capacitated since last winter when he was injured in a snowmobile accident. Philip Belyea was slightly injured in an accident Saturday working on a planer in a mill. Partridge A partridge flew through the city hall window prior to the Tax Sale Monday. Evidently it The blow was too much for its Moor and Skeletons in the neck but Robert Fraize of the Closet, the latest Mystery Fish and Game took it home Guild selections. North and anyway. South, John Kakes, and Library News several non-fiction, including The new winter hours, el- The Body Question by fective Oct. 1, will be Wed- Jonathan Miller, have been nesday 10:00-1:00, Thursday added. Evening 6: 00-8:00, and Why not stop by the library Saturday 10:00-1:00. and pick up our new copies of There is a new policy Edgar Allen Poe's tales of regarding overdue books. The Irving's "Legend of Sleepy Trustees of the library have Hollow" and "Rip Van decided that there will be one Winlke." They'll get you in the week grace period past the mood for Halloween ghosts due date. After that time, the and goblins. For those with a charge will be 25 cents per more practical view of fall, we book per week. Any portion of have a book called Wood Heat the overdue week will be and one on greenhouse gar- charged as one full week. dening. Two new mysteries have N. HAVERHILL Mr. and Mrs. Charles Irwin Cog Railway. They spent attended his 50th Woodsville longer on the mountaintop High School class reunion at than they expected, because the HappyHour Restaurant on one of the trains developed Sept. 25. This was their first piston trouble and there was a reunion since graduating in three-hour wait at the summit. 1932, and more than half of the It was pleasant, however, 29 members of the class were warm and not windy. While present, there they watched five hang Lena Dargie of Port gliders take off toward the Chester, N. Y. is spending a Glen House. month with her sister and MoosllaukeGrange brother-in-law, Ida and Moosilauke Grange of E. Maynard Demers, to enjoy the Haverhill met Tuesday night, fall foliage season, with a harvest auction, and a Eric White of Kenna, La., irogram of slides on Africa by spent the Labor Day weekend Katharine Blaisdell. On with his parents, Doug and Jane White. It was his first visit home in four years. PIERMONT .......... Katharine Blaisdell 787-6315 Thursday night the Grange had their annual Booster Night, beginning with a potluck supper. Honored at the meeting were Howard Evans, Citizen of the Year, and Martha Fagnant, Granger of the Year. Also, Dick and Betty Abbott were congratulated on their fortieth wedding anniversary. Congratulations also to Roger and Eva Reed on their 50th wedding anniversary, celebrated in Woodsville Sunday afternoon. l l Sympathy Extended Fire Department Daley, Wayne Godfrey, Bill Sympathy is extended to the On Sept. 26, seven Fire Winot, Brian French, Abby family of Russ McLean of Dopartments were involved in Metcalf and perhaps others Shamrock Greenhouses, also to Lou and Lillian Grew on the the annual Mutual Aide drill at will be attending. death of her sister, Marion. the Stop and Save and Gould's Library Nell, Avis, ahd Polly Smith with Edith Heuson spent the last day of September on top of Mr. Washington, by way of the DIAMONDS . WATCHES  We Repair ACCUTRON TIMEX and All Makes, Littleton, NH 03561 _ [603) 444-33il II IllnlnllllIMlllllllllllllglfll 10, one and two-day courses will be taught at firefighting school in Norwich. Robert 00VACUUM CLEANEI] 'sm00 . ,=Am Of =xm|tm Cell J DiPole 1-60t.44t-3787 SALFS g SERVICE B/GS g SUPPttES. Country Smokehouse. Men There is a continuing in- and equipment from Brad- vitation to see the Library ford, Fairlee, Orford, improvements. Additional Haverhill, N. Haverhill, thanks are due for Elva Cole Newbury, and Piermont for extra time spent in worked together under painting and Betty Whitlock simulated large fire con- for the plants. Tiss Robinson ditions. The drill lasted an has provided a table, a coffee hour and a half with over 2500 table, and brass candlesticks feetoffour-inchhoselaidout, on loan. If anyone is able to On the weekend of Oct. 9 and donate any of the above for permanent use, it would be greatly appreciated. 4-H Notes The Cloverbloom 4-H Club will be having an adult leaders meeting at I:00 p.m. at the Fire Station on Oct. 9. Leadership is needed. If you have any quesUons please call loie Frch. Historical Society The Society will have it's and Mrs. Richard Shaw, Springer, N. M. spent several  days with his nephew Johnathan Ruppert and family. Mr. and Mrs. James O'Conner Hamden, Conn.; ' Mrs. Ruth Kester, Anheim, Calif., Mrs. Katherine Mundell, Woodsville, N.H., if Mrs. Bonnie Kenyon and friend, Bradford, were ' visitors at the home of Mrs. Doris McLarn Oct. 27. : Miss Karen Hatch, daughter ....... " of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hatch, underwent surgery Sept. 30 at the Mary Hitehcock Hospital, Hanover, N.H. Sept. 26, Mr. and Mrs. t.;:.il George Lighthall, Hampton, , N.H. and Gladys MacDonald, "  Woodsville, N.H. called on RYEGATE EXTENSION HISTORY--Marjorie Luce of Waterbury, retired state home economics leader, receives a copy of the recently published history of the Ver. A very successful Fall mont Extension Service from Vern Tuxbury, assistant director of the UVM Festival Lawn Sale was held Extension Service. Looking on is Rhoda Hyde, of Thetford, a retired Franklin Saturday, Sept. 25, at the County home economist. United Presbyterian Church here. Mrs. Lillian Nelson was chairman of the event, which Marcella Hoffmann featured a sale of antiques, WENTWORTH 764-5795 used clothing, household Maude Snellgrove is a in Canaan, Vt., looking after Hospital in Laconia, is now at goods, furniture, baked goods, surgical patient at Sceva her daughter Thelma who is home. crafts, homemade candy, Speare Memorial in ill. Penny Social beaded Christmas ornaments, Plymouth. Aaron Short, who was a The Penny Social to be books, and plants, and garden Florence Ramsdell has been patient in Lakes Region sponsored by the Auxiliary of produce. A chicken shortcake Mt. Mooselaukee Health luncheon was served at noon. I I last Open House of the year on Saturday, Oct. 9 from 2:00 to 4:00 at the library. Old cannon balls and war memorabilia will be on display. Home Extension The Piermont Home Extension will meet at the home of Jane Oakes on Wednesday, eel 13 at 7:30 p.m. Projects for the evening will be corn husk dolls and pine cone decorations. School Meetings The school support group will be meeting in the upper grade building at 7:00 on Oct. 7. This will be the first meeting of the group requested at last year's Annual School Meeting. The monthly School Board Meeting will be held at 7:30 Oct. 11. Additional News Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peterson are entertaining Mrs. Florence Hardgrove of TEST DRIVE THE 1982 JOURNAL OPINION/SECOND OPINION No other vehicle gets better gas mileage I I I I I | _-iu :t[q :ll'al to]01e]:l;] :11:] W:ILIE I I II Journal i Opinion The Newspaper For Evenjbody Send the Journal Opinion right away! Enclosed is $9.00 (Vt./N.H.) [--] Enclosed is $11.00 (All other states) $NIOll CITIZENS O[OU(T $2 O0 ]ML A_DDR _Rj_O ........... IfiW.R_ STATE ZIP SECOND OPINION IS FREE WITH YOUR ORDER. I I Before you step into your car to do some shopping, browse through the pages of advertising in the Journal Opinion/Second Opinion. We're a gas saver. With the cost of energy soaring, we can cut your driving time and save you money. During 1981 we ran many miles of retail advertising and more miles of classifieds. /So test drive the Journal 0pinion/Second Opinion. We're miles aheaJ of everyone else Whether you're looking to buy, looking to sells or looking for news, look to the Journol Opinion/Second Opinion Center on Saturday, Oct. 9, Trailblazers Rob Elder promises a good time to all Twenty-two boys and girls 272-4953 who attend. One dollar buys met at the Blue Mountain Seaford, N.Y., at their cottage 100 tickets, which are placed Grange Hall Friday evening, on Lake Armington this week. on items of a person's choice. Sept. 17, for the first meeting Mrs. Hardgrove is a well Drawing for prizes starts at of the new year of the known vocal and music 8:00. Door prizes, specials, Trailblazers 4-H Club. teacher on Long Island. and refreshments round out Projects were chosen and During the Columbus Day the evenings fun. officers elected as follows: Weekend, Robert and Ilene Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jakes President-- Darcy Nelson; Lindner of McLean, Virginia of Middletown, Conn., were Vice President-- Dawn will be guests of the Peter- the weekend guests of Mrs. Thetford; Secretary-- sons. Darrell Peterson and his Betty Dean. Mrs. Jakes is Timothy White; and wife Diane will also be at the Mrs. Dean's daughter, Ann. Treasurer-- Karen Hatch. cottage over Columbus Day. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sipple Ethan Nelson was an Two weeks ago, the left on Saturday for Elmsford, overnight guest Friday, Sept. Underhill Family launched N.Y. 24, with Mr. and Mrs. Russell the "Nancy Lu" that had been George Evers entertained Locke and son Mark in Wells made by the family between his sister, Mrs. Oscar Kepler River. April and September. The of Meredithovertheweekend. Mr. and Mrs. WendellClark boat has been tested under Turkey Shoot attended the 55th Wedding sunlight and moonlight and The FAST Squad Turkey Anniversary Party in honor of been proved extremely river Shoot on Sept. 25 attracted 36 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cheney worthy, entrants. In the bow and Sunday, Sept. 19, in Barnet. Piermont arrow division, Arthur Alton Mr. and Mrs. Richard School News of Rumney was top man with Forrest from Reading, Mass., Reporters-- Amy Winot, Theron Comcau and John arrived Friday evening, Comeau in second and third September 24, to spend a week Shelley Prest places, respectively. Both are with her father James Nelson. Students and teachers are anxiously awaiting the of Wentworth. E.N. Libbey of Mr. and Mrs. Lester reopening of the library for Ashland led the rifle entries. McLure vacationed Friday school use. We will see the Benny Stein and Mary Lou through Monday, Sept. 24-27 in grand unveiling next Tuesday. Stein of Franklin were in first Ogunquit, Maine. Teachers are now in the and second place in the pistol Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson, process of helping Mrs. shoot with E.N. Libbey, third. Curtis, Andrea, and James Underhill choose new books Willie Gowan won therunning attended the Blue Mountain that would fit in with their deer eventwithJobn Comeau, Union-Linwood High School lessons, second and Gary Pike of soccer game Friday af- The kindergarten class Orford, third, ternoon, Sept. 24, in Lincoln, enjoyed themselves learning Benny Stein led the muzzle N.H., and later were supper how to play kickball this week. loaders with E.N. Libbey, guests of his brother and The first and second graders second and Ralph FiRs of family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert received "computer buddies" Manchester, third. Benny Nelson, Tracy and Jeremy. this week. A computer buddy Stein and Libbey each won a Mrs. George Gebbie from is a student in the upper turkey. Mary Lou Stein won a Wayne, Me., and her sister grades who will spend a capon and Willie Gowan won a Mrs. Evelyn Edeen from portion of their free time five-dollar door prize. Vicky Montpelier called on Mr. and working with younger Gowan made the only bull's Mrs. Wendell Clark Sunday students on the computer, eye. In the mini-raffle, the afternoon, Sept. 26. The third and fourth graders hatchet and case went to L. Presbyterian Women will begin studying Egypt next Golanasky of Manchester. The Ryegate United week. tlarry Cat's Pet Puppy Presbyterian Women held is the book currently being their monthly meeting read by Mrs Belyea to the Thursday evening, Sept. 16, at class, the home of Mrs. Arthur The fifth and sixth graders WAITS -- whitehill with nine present. Members were encouraged to have been learning to type Mrs. Clinton Sawyer attend the Fall Presbyterial properly this week. A com- puter program called 439-5445 meeting Oct. 16 in Barnet "MasterType" is teaching The Waits River Youth Center. Mrs. Walter Main was them how. There are over Group has completed their program leaderwithatopieof seventeen different lessons Summer Bible Study on the "Women in the Bible". with the program, but you can book of Ephesians, and Refreshments were served by make an infinite number of elected the following officers Mrs. Whitehill, Mrs. Carroll your own to accompany it. for the ensuing year: ,Eastman, and Mrs. Daniel The seventh and eighth President, Samantha Max-Leonard. The next meeting graders had their first soccer well; Vice President, Brigitta will be the Thank Offering practice this Wednesday with Bradford; Secretary, Peggy Program with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Charpentier. They are Covey; Treasurer, Mary James Kinerson showing getting in shape for their Patterson; and Newsperson, slides of their trip to Talwan game against Fairlee. They Patty Limlaw. earlier this year. are doing a great job running A Walk-A-Then is scheduled Grange News the school store. Theymustbe forOct. 2, at9:30a.m.semeof Blue Mountain Grange 263 successful because you never the proceeds will be used held its regular meeting see Tracy without the adding toward the .Youth Service machine these days. Fund. The Youth Groupis also Shelley has a large glass planning a Halloween party animal collection. She is also Sat., Oct. 30 from 6:00 to 7:00 COMMUNITY starting to collect model p.m. at Fellowship Hall. The HEALTH SERVICES horses. Amy collects community is invited. WELLS RIVER-- A Corn- seashells. Amy also loves Community Topics munity Health Services Inc. outdoor sportsandanimals. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Town Nurse will be at the Batten accompanied their son United Church of Christ in Dwight Woodcock and Mrs. Wells River on Wednesday, COMMUNITY Woodcock on a foliage tour Oct. 20, from 9:00 a.m. tel:00 HEALTH SERVICES through the northern part of p.m The nurse will be E. CORINTH-- There will be a the state last Tuesday. Dec- checking for hypertension and Community Health Services tors John and Nancy Mitchel will be chocking weight. Flu Inc., Town Nurse at the E. of Colchester were recent shots will be available for Corinth LibrarT on Wed- callers of her grandparents persons 60 or older or persons nesday, Sept. 29, from 2:00 to the Battens. The Mitchels are at a high risk; $3.00 per shot 4:oo p.m. The nurse will be employed at the Vermont for persons from membership checking for Diabetes, Medical College in Burlington. towns, $4.00 per shot other- hypertension, and will be Mr. and Mrs. Miles wise. " checking weight, Withington of Hazardville, Conn., spent Wednesday with his mother Evelyn Tfllotson. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Craig have returned to their home in Kwanee, N.Y. after visiting his sister and husband the Gnden Agers The Golden Agers met T0[WUt:W Wednesday at Fellowship  Hall, with a good attendance. Am Several guests were present.  TO a} { Piano music was furnished [W. following the dinner by Rev. , 1982 |)orsey I.ah,ratories. Division el Mark Demers. Sundoz. Inc. Lincoln. Nebraska 68.501 Doroth Mrs. Mary Frost and family. Danny and Tommy Keith, N. Haverhill, N.H. spent Sept. 26 with their grandmother, Mrs. Doris McLam. Mrs. John Willis, Miss Pearl Grant, Mrs. Doris McLam, Mrs. Abbie Darling, and Mrs. Dorothy Homeister joined 18 Florida friends for luncheon Sept. 28 at the home of Mrs. Marjorie Peach, W. Newbury. Sept. 24, Mrs. Barbara Ruppert was hostess to a party of friends to celebrate the birthday of the Rev. Marion Redding, and to meet Rev. Redding's mother, Mrs. Dorothy Redding, Delaware, Ohio; and her godmother, Mrs. Doris Cary, Plain City, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant left Sept. 26 for New Jersey. From there they flew, Sept. 28, for a 19-day tour of Europe. Sept. 22, Mrs. Adamese and Mrs. Cheesky, Hollywood, have been Frost, called on Mrs. Woods in Woodsville. ,,,, Nancy Perkins Tuesday evening, Sept. 28, with 17 members and 1 non- member present. Jane Bayer was guest speaker, discussing her survey on presciption drugs. Jane is employed by the Umbrella Agency in St. Johnsbury. Vermont State Grange will meet Oct. 21-23 in Montpelier. The next meeting will be Oct. 12 and will be installation of officers. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hilyer returned home Monday, Sept. 20, from a six-day trip to Saddle Brook, New Jersey, where Vincent attended his 50th High School Reunion. They visited friends and relatives in the area and en route home were guests of their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Carl Balki, David and Jenness in Wethersfield, Conn., helping Karen to celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Harold Nelson was an overnight guest Monday, Sept. 27, of her son and family Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, Marcy and Katie in Walden. On Tuesday the two ladies, Marcy and Katie were lun- cheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Haggarty in Panton. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Leonard, Darren, Jeffrey, Danny, and Sarah were Sunday dinner guests Sept. 26, of her brother and sister-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Richard Perkins in Sutton. Mxs. Edward McLure at- tended a workshop entitled "What's Sew New", given by Melody Morrison and Susannah Gondwin Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 28, at the Extension Office in St. Johnsbury. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald White, James Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Forrest, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson were among those to .attend Yoliday in the Hills Sunday, Sept. 26, in Granby-Victory. Gene Perkins, Jr. was an overnight guest Friday, Sept. 24, of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Beck, Janet and Kendall Jr. The first square dance of the season was held at the Grange Hall Saturday evening, Sept. 18, with 16 people attending. The caller was BOb Tiews from Jefferson, N.H. Following the dance, everyone was invited to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward McLure for a get-together. The next dance is planned for October 16. Jared McLure celebrated his fifth birthday Thursday, Sept. 23, with a supper party at McDonald's in St. John- sbury with several of his friends: Taylor Ford, Jon Bouffard, Ethan Nelson, and Curtis and James Nelson. James Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Forrest were supper guests Wednesday evening, Sept. 29, with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson. Gordon Perkins was an overnight guest Friday, Sept. 24, .with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bayer, Zachary and Emily. Mrs. William Nelson, Andrew and Betsey, Mrs. Fremont Nelson, Mrs. Ernest Roy, Bradley and Benjamin from Woodsville, and Mrs. Robert Nelson and son Jeremy from Lincoln, N.H. were luncheon guests Wed- nesday, Sept. 29, of Mrs. Bruce Beauvais and daughter Donna Carbee Engagement Mr. and Mrs. of South Ryegate, Vt., announced the en their daughter, John Walker IV, of son of John Walker Sharon, Conn., and Walker, Westfield, Mass. Miss Carbee is a Blue Mountain Union and has been acce Roberta Wesleyan North Chili, N.Y. Mr. is attending Hesston Hesston, Kan. 85th Birthday Mrs. Violet honored Sept. 19 at party at the home of Mr. Mrs. Donald celebrate her 85th All her children, Raymond, who is in were present. Mr. and Mrs. Whitcher were in Barre 26 to attend the their granddaughter Touture, daughter of Mrs. Richard Touture. has a big brother, AarOn. NEWS bv HILDAH Library Slides There were 44 the Ammonoosuc Seniors who met at Town Hall on Sept. business meeting the main hall, the New Hampshire Mrs. Winslow of the Library then pies served by the group in the main hall. Several messages received or are to be Bertha Thorne club for her Get Well Sympathy Card will be Ethel Clough; receive a Thank You g ms monetar] Connie is Club Towle; helped her, and in tur receive President Presby ' to know dues are these people won door J. Robinson, M. Curtis, O. Hatch, R. Morrison, H. McGregor, R. Lytle, E. Louden, A. L. McLachlin, E. Casey, and G. Curtis. Next week, Oct. Blood Pressure held from 10:00 to 12: followed by the OctOber day Luncheon at stew meal under direction. Cakes will by Marie Bousque Antoinette Meser program is in the The The 13th of Game Day will be prizes needed. Meredith. "'CUT "N STRAIN" The One Piece Cutting Board & Colander That Fits Both Single and Double snkS Cut end Rinse Vegetables, Fruits Trim and Clean Meat, Poultry, Fish Defrost Frozen Foods DURABLE STAIN'RESIsTANT To Order, Please Send $3.99 (Price includes postage and handling) For Each One, and Your Name and Address to: "CUT 'N STRAIN" Transco Plastics Corp. 26100 Richmond Road Cleveland, Ohio 44146 AVAILABLE I WHITE ONLY. Please make check or money order payable to: TRANSCO PLASTICS CORP. ACTUAL $1ZI 21"L x 1 fh'@ Page 6-The Journal Opinion-October 6, 1982 N WARREN , _ FloydR.Ray S RYF00ATE" 764-9979 Mr. and Mrs. James Shaw, Eric Snogrenandfamityare was trying to pay its taxes, just arrived: Master of the Alberquerque, N. M., and Mr. back at the Parsonage after about three weeks of camping up and down the coast. Foliage about at its peak if you wish to see it in all its glory, you better get out this week. It is reported that Cy Colby of Bristol passed away recently. He has been in- capacitated since last winter when he was injured in a snowmobile accident. Philip Belyea was slightly injured in an accident Saturday working on a planer in a mill. Partridge A partridge flew through the city hall window prior to the Tax Sale Monday. Evidently it The blow was too much for its Moor and Skeletons in the neck but Robert Fraize of the Closet, the latest Mystery Fish and Game took it home Guild selections. North and anyway. South, John Kakes, and Library News several non-fiction, including The new winter hours, el- The Body Question by fective Oct. 1, will be Wed- Jonathan Miller, have been nesday 10:00-1:00, Thursday added. Evening 6: 00-8:00, and Why not stop by the library Saturday 10:00-1:00. and pick up our new copies of There is a new policy Edgar Allen Poe's tales of regarding overdue books. The Irving's "Legend of Sleepy Trustees of the library have Hollow" and "Rip Van decided that there will be one Winlke." They'll get you in the week grace period past the mood for Halloween ghosts due date. After that time, the and goblins. For those with a charge will be 25 cents per more practical view of fall, we book per week. Any portion of have a book called Wood Heat the overdue week will be and one on greenhouse gar- charged as one full week. dening. Two new mysteries have N. HAVERHILL Mr. and Mrs. Charles Irwin Cog Railway. They spent attended his 50th Woodsville longer on the mountaintop High School class reunion at than they expected, because the HappyHour Restaurant on one of the trains developed Sept. 25. This was their first piston trouble and there was a reunion since graduating in three-hour wait at the summit. 1932, and more than half of the It was pleasant, however, 29 members of the class were warm and not windy. While present, there they watched five hang Lena Dargie of Port gliders take off toward the Chester, N. Y. is spending a Glen House. month with her sister and MoosllaukeGrange brother-in-law, Ida and Moosilauke Grange of E. Maynard Demers, to enjoy the Haverhill met Tuesday night, fall foliage season, with a harvest auction, and a Eric White of Kenna, La., irogram of slides on Africa by spent the Labor Day weekend Katharine Blaisdell. On with his parents, Doug and Jane White. It was his first visit home in four years. PIERMONT .......... Katharine Blaisdell 787-6315 Thursday night the Grange had their annual Booster Night, beginning with a potluck supper. Honored at the meeting were Howard Evans, Citizen of the Year, and Martha Fagnant, Granger of the Year. Also, Dick and Betty Abbott were congratulated on their fortieth wedding anniversary. Congratulations also to Roger and Eva Reed on their 50th wedding anniversary, celebrated in Woodsville Sunday afternoon. l l Sympathy Extended Fire Department Daley, Wayne Godfrey, Bill Sympathy is extended to the On Sept. 26, seven Fire Winot, Brian French, Abby family of Russ McLean of Dopartments were involved in Metcalf and perhaps others Shamrock Greenhouses, also to Lou and Lillian Grew on the the annual Mutual Aide drill at will be attending. death of her sister, Marion. the Stop and Save and Gould's Library Nell, Avis, ahd Polly Smith with Edith Heuson spent the last day of September on top of Mr. Washington, by way of the DIAMONDS . WATCHES  We Repair ACCUTRON TIMEX and All Makes, Littleton, NH 03561 _ [603) 444-33il II IllnlnllllIMlllllllllllllglfll 10, one and two-day courses will be taught at firefighting school in Norwich. Robert 00VACUUM CLEANEI] 'sm00 . ,=Am Of =xm|tm Cell J DiPole 1-60t.44t-3787 SALFS g SERVICE B/GS g SUPPttES. Country Smokehouse. Men There is a continuing in- and equipment from Brad- vitation to see the Library ford, Fairlee, Orford, improvements. Additional Haverhill, N. Haverhill, thanks are due for Elva Cole Newbury, and Piermont for extra time spent in worked together under painting and Betty Whitlock simulated large fire con- for the plants. Tiss Robinson ditions. The drill lasted an has provided a table, a coffee hour and a half with over 2500 table, and brass candlesticks feetoffour-inchhoselaidout, on loan. If anyone is able to On the weekend of Oct. 9 and donate any of the above for permanent use, it would be greatly appreciated. 4-H Notes The Cloverbloom 4-H Club will be having an adult leaders meeting at I:00 p.m. at the Fire Station on Oct. 9. Leadership is needed. If you have any quesUons please call loie Frch. Historical Society The Society will have it's and Mrs. Richard Shaw, Springer, N. M. spent several  days with his nephew Johnathan Ruppert and family. Mr. and Mrs. James O'Conner Hamden, Conn.; ' Mrs. Ruth Kester, Anheim, Calif., Mrs. Katherine Mundell, Woodsville, N.H., if Mrs. Bonnie Kenyon and friend, Bradford, were ' visitors at the home of Mrs. Doris McLarn Oct. 27. : Miss Karen Hatch, daughter ....... " of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hatch, underwent surgery Sept. 30 at the Mary Hitehcock Hospital, Hanover, N.H. Sept. 26, Mr. and Mrs. t.;:.il George Lighthall, Hampton, , N.H. and Gladys MacDonald, "  Woodsville, N.H. called on RYEGATE EXTENSION HISTORY--Marjorie Luce of Waterbury, retired state home economics leader, receives a copy of the recently published history of the Ver. A very successful Fall mont Extension Service from Vern Tuxbury, assistant director of the UVM Festival Lawn Sale was held Extension Service. Looking on is Rhoda Hyde, of Thetford, a retired Franklin Saturday, Sept. 25, at the County home economist. United Presbyterian Church here. Mrs. Lillian Nelson was chairman of the event, which Marcella Hoffmann featured a sale of antiques, WENTWORTH 764-5795 used clothing, household Maude Snellgrove is a in Canaan, Vt., looking after Hospital in Laconia, is now at goods, furniture, baked goods, surgical patient at Sceva her daughter Thelma who is home. crafts, homemade candy, Speare Memorial in ill. Penny Social beaded Christmas ornaments, Plymouth. Aaron Short, who was a The Penny Social to be books, and plants, and garden Florence Ramsdell has been patient in Lakes Region sponsored by the Auxiliary of produce. A chicken shortcake Mt. Mooselaukee Health luncheon was served at noon. I I last Open House of the year on Saturday, Oct. 9 from 2:00 to 4:00 at the library. Old cannon balls and war memorabilia will be on display. Home Extension The Piermont Home Extension will meet at the home of Jane Oakes on Wednesday, eel 13 at 7:30 p.m. Projects for the evening will be corn husk dolls and pine cone decorations. School Meetings The school support group will be meeting in the upper grade building at 7:00 on Oct. 7. This will be the first meeting of the group requested at last year's Annual School Meeting. The monthly School Board Meeting will be held at 7:30 Oct. 11. Additional News Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peterson are entertaining Mrs. Florence Hardgrove of TEST DRIVE THE 1982 JOURNAL OPINION/SECOND OPINION No other vehicle gets better gas mileage I I I I I | _-iu :t[q :ll'al to]01e]:l;] :11:] W:ILIE I I II Journal i Opinion The Newspaper For Evenjbody Send the Journal Opinion right away! Enclosed is $9.00 (Vt./N.H.) [--] Enclosed is $11.00 (All other states) $NIOll CITIZENS O[OU(T $2 O0 ]ML A_DDR _Rj_O ........... IfiW.R_ STATE ZIP SECOND OPINION IS FREE WITH YOUR ORDER. I I Before you step into your car to do some shopping, browse through the pages of advertising in the Journal Opinion/Second Opinion. We're a gas saver. With the cost of energy soaring, we can cut your driving time and save you money. During 1981 we ran many miles of retail advertising and more miles of classifieds. /So test drive the Journal 0pinion/Second Opinion. We're miles aheaJ of everyone else Whether you're looking to buy, looking to sells or looking for news, look to the Journol Opinion/Second Opinion Center on Saturday, Oct. 9, Trailblazers Rob Elder promises a good time to all Twenty-two boys and girls 272-4953 who attend. One dollar buys met at the Blue Mountain Seaford, N.Y., at their cottage 100 tickets, which are placed Grange Hall Friday evening, on Lake Armington this week. on items of a person's choice. Sept. 17, for the first meeting Mrs. Hardgrove is a well Drawing for prizes starts at of the new year of the known vocal and music 8:00. Door prizes, specials, Trailblazers 4-H Club. teacher on Long Island. and refreshments round out Projects were chosen and During the Columbus Day the evenings fun. officers elected as follows: Weekend, Robert and Ilene Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jakes President-- Darcy Nelson; Lindner of McLean, Virginia of Middletown, Conn., were Vice President-- Dawn will be guests of the Peter- the weekend guests of Mrs. Thetford; Secretary-- sons. Darrell Peterson and his Betty Dean. Mrs. Jakes is Timothy White; and wife Diane will also be at the Mrs. Dean's daughter, Ann. Treasurer-- Karen Hatch. cottage over Columbus Day. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sipple Ethan Nelson was an Two weeks ago, the left on Saturday for Elmsford, overnight guest Friday, Sept. Underhill Family launched N.Y. 24, with Mr. and Mrs. Russell the "Nancy Lu" that had been George Evers entertained Locke and son Mark in Wells made by the family between his sister, Mrs. Oscar Kepler River. April and September. The of Meredithovertheweekend. Mr. and Mrs. WendellClark boat has been tested under Turkey Shoot attended the 55th Wedding sunlight and moonlight and The FAST Squad Turkey Anniversary Party in honor of been proved extremely river Shoot on Sept. 25 attracted 36 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cheney worthy, entrants. In the bow and Sunday, Sept. 19, in Barnet. Piermont arrow division, Arthur Alton Mr. and Mrs. Richard School News of Rumney was top man with Forrest from Reading, Mass., Reporters-- Amy Winot, Theron Comcau and John arrived Friday evening, Comeau in second and third September 24, to spend a week Shelley Prest places, respectively. Both are with her father James Nelson. Students and teachers are anxiously awaiting the of Wentworth. E.N. Libbey of Mr. and Mrs. Lester reopening of the library for Ashland led the rifle entries. McLure vacationed Friday school use. We will see the Benny Stein and Mary Lou through Monday, Sept. 24-27 in grand unveiling next Tuesday. Stein of Franklin were in first Ogunquit, Maine. Teachers are now in the and second place in the pistol Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson, process of helping Mrs. shoot with E.N. Libbey, third. Curtis, Andrea, and James Underhill choose new books Willie Gowan won therunning attended the Blue Mountain that would fit in with their deer eventwithJobn Comeau, Union-Linwood High School lessons, second and Gary Pike of soccer game Friday af- The kindergarten class Orford, third, ternoon, Sept. 24, in Lincoln, enjoyed themselves learning Benny Stein led the muzzle N.H., and later were supper how to play kickball this week. loaders with E.N. Libbey, guests of his brother and The first and second graders second and Ralph FiRs of family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert received "computer buddies" Manchester, third. Benny Nelson, Tracy and Jeremy. this week. A computer buddy Stein and Libbey each won a Mrs. George Gebbie from is a student in the upper turkey. Mary Lou Stein won a Wayne, Me., and her sister grades who will spend a capon and Willie Gowan won a Mrs. Evelyn Edeen from portion of their free time five-dollar door prize. Vicky Montpelier called on Mr. and working with younger Gowan made the only bull's Mrs. Wendell Clark Sunday students on the computer, eye. In the mini-raffle, the afternoon, Sept. 26. The third and fourth graders hatchet and case went to L. Presbyterian Women will begin studying Egypt next Golanasky of Manchester. The Ryegate United week. tlarry Cat's Pet Puppy Presbyterian Women held is the book currently being their monthly meeting read by Mrs Belyea to the Thursday evening, Sept. 16, at class, the home of Mrs. Arthur The fifth and sixth graders WAITS -- whitehill with nine present. Members were encouraged to have been learning to type Mrs. Clinton Sawyer attend the Fall Presbyterial properly this week. A com- puter program called 439-5445 meeting Oct. 16 in Barnet "MasterType" is teaching The Waits River Youth Center. Mrs. Walter Main was them how. There are over Group has completed their program leaderwithatopieof seventeen different lessons Summer Bible Study on the "Women in the Bible". with the program, but you can book of Ephesians, and Refreshments were served by make an infinite number of elected the following officers Mrs. Whitehill, Mrs. Carroll your own to accompany it. for the ensuing year: ,Eastman, and Mrs. Daniel The seventh and eighth President, Samantha Max-Leonard. The next meeting graders had their first soccer well; Vice President, Brigitta will be the Thank Offering practice this Wednesday with Bradford; Secretary, Peggy Program with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Charpentier. They are Covey; Treasurer, Mary James Kinerson showing getting in shape for their Patterson; and Newsperson, slides of their trip to Talwan game against Fairlee. They Patty Limlaw. earlier this year. are doing a great job running A Walk-A-Then is scheduled Grange News the school store. Theymustbe forOct. 2, at9:30a.m.semeof Blue Mountain Grange 263 successful because you never the proceeds will be used held its regular meeting see Tracy without the adding toward the .Youth Service machine these days. Fund. The Youth Groupis also Shelley has a large glass planning a Halloween party animal collection. She is also Sat., Oct. 30 from 6:00 to 7:00 COMMUNITY starting to collect model p.m. at Fellowship Hall. The HEALTH SERVICES horses. Amy collects community is invited. WELLS RIVER-- A Corn- seashells. Amy also loves Community Topics munity Health Services Inc. outdoor sportsandanimals. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Town Nurse will be at the Batten accompanied their son United Church of Christ in Dwight Woodcock and Mrs. Wells River on Wednesday, COMMUNITY Woodcock on a foliage tour Oct. 20, from 9:00 a.m. tel:00 HEALTH SERVICES through the northern part of p.m The nurse will be E. CORINTH-- There will be a the state last Tuesday. Dec- checking for hypertension and Community Health Services tors John and Nancy Mitchel will be chocking weight. Flu Inc., Town Nurse at the E. of Colchester were recent shots will be available for Corinth LibrarT on Wed- callers of her grandparents persons 60 or older or persons nesday, Sept. 29, from 2:00 to the Battens. The Mitchels are at a high risk; $3.00 per shot 4:oo p.m. The nurse will be employed at the Vermont for persons from membership checking for Diabetes, Medical College in Burlington. towns, $4.00 per shot other- hypertension, and will be Mr. and Mrs. Miles wise. " checking weight, Withington of Hazardville, Conn., spent Wednesday with his mother Evelyn Tfllotson. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Craig have returned to their home in Kwanee, N.Y. after visiting his sister and husband the Gnden Agers The Golden Agers met T0[WUt:W Wednesday at Fellowship  Hall, with a good attendance. Am Several guests were present.  TO a} { Piano music was furnished [W. following the dinner by Rev. , 1982 |)orsey I.ah,ratories. Division el Mark Demers. Sundoz. Inc. Lincoln. Nebraska 68.501 Doroth Mrs. Mary Frost and family. Danny and Tommy Keith, N. Haverhill, N.H. spent Sept. 26 with their grandmother, Mrs. Doris McLam. Mrs. John Willis, Miss Pearl Grant, Mrs. Doris McLam, Mrs. Abbie Darling, and Mrs. Dorothy Homeister joined 18 Florida friends for luncheon Sept. 28 at the home of Mrs. Marjorie Peach, W. Newbury. Sept. 24, Mrs. Barbara Ruppert was hostess to a party of friends to celebrate the birthday of the Rev. Marion Redding, and to meet Rev. Redding's mother, Mrs. Dorothy Redding, Delaware, Ohio; and her godmother, Mrs. Doris Cary, Plain City, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant left Sept. 26 for New Jersey. From there they flew, Sept. 28, for a 19-day tour of Europe. Sept. 22, Mrs. Adamese and Mrs. Cheesky, Hollywood, have been Frost, called on Mrs. Woods in Woodsville. ,,,, Nancy Perkins Tuesday evening, Sept. 28, with 17 members and 1 non- member present. Jane Bayer was guest speaker, discussing her survey on presciption drugs. Jane is employed by the Umbrella Agency in St. Johnsbury. Vermont State Grange will meet Oct. 21-23 in Montpelier. The next meeting will be Oct. 12 and will be installation of officers. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hilyer returned home Monday, Sept. 20, from a six-day trip to Saddle Brook, New Jersey, where Vincent attended his 50th High School Reunion. They visited friends and relatives in the area and en route home were guests of their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Carl Balki, David and Jenness in Wethersfield, Conn., helping Karen to celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Harold Nelson was an overnight guest Monday, Sept. 27, of her son and family Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, Marcy and Katie in Walden. On Tuesday the two ladies, Marcy and Katie were lun- cheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Haggarty in Panton. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Leonard, Darren, Jeffrey, Danny, and Sarah were Sunday dinner guests Sept. 26, of her brother and sister-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Richard Perkins in Sutton. Mxs. Edward McLure at- tended a workshop entitled "What's Sew New", given by Melody Morrison and Susannah Gondwin Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 28, at the Extension Office in St. Johnsbury. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald White, James Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Forrest, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson were among those to .attend Yoliday in the Hills Sunday, Sept. 26, in Granby-Victory. Gene Perkins, Jr. was an overnight guest Friday, Sept. 24, of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Beck, Janet and Kendall Jr. The first square dance of the season was held at the Grange Hall Saturday evening, Sept. 18, with 16 people attending. The caller was BOb Tiews from Jefferson, N.H. Following the dance, everyone was invited to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward McLure for a get-together. The next dance is planned for October 16. Jared McLure celebrated his fifth birthday Thursday, Sept. 23, with a supper party at McDonald's in St. John- sbury with several of his friends: Taylor Ford, Jon Bouffard, Ethan Nelson, and Curtis and James Nelson. James Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Forrest were supper guests Wednesday evening, Sept. 29, with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson. Gordon Perkins was an overnight guest Friday, Sept. 24, .with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bayer, Zachary and Emily. Mrs. William Nelson, Andrew and Betsey, Mrs. Fremont Nelson, Mrs. Ernest Roy, Bradley and Benjamin from Woodsville, and Mrs. Robert Nelson and son Jeremy from Lincoln, N.H. were luncheon guests Wed- nesday, Sept. 29, of Mrs. Bruce Beauvais and daughter Donna Carbee Engagement Mr. and Mrs. of South Ryegate, Vt., announced the en their daughter, John Walker IV, of son of John Walker Sharon, Conn., and Walker, Westfield, Mass. Miss Carbee is a Blue Mountain Union and has been acce Roberta Wesleyan North Chili, N.Y. Mr. is attending Hesston Hesston, Kan. 85th Birthday Mrs. Violet honored Sept. 19 at party at the home of Mr. Mrs. Donald celebrate her 85th All her children, Raymond, who is in were present. Mr. and Mrs. Whitcher were in Barre 26 to attend the their granddaughter Touture, daughter of Mrs. Richard Touture. has a big brother, AarOn. NEWS bv HILDAH Library Slides There were 44 the Ammonoosuc Seniors who met at Town Hall on Sept. business meeting the main hall, the New Hampshire Mrs. Winslow of the Library then pies served by the group in the main hall. Several messages received or are to be Bertha Thorne club for her Get Well Sympathy Card will be Ethel Clough; receive a Thank You g ms monetar] Connie is Club Towle; helped her, and in tur receive President Presby ' to know dues are these people won door J. Robinson, M. Curtis, O. Hatch, R. Morrison, H. McGregor, R. Lytle, E. Louden, A. L. McLachlin, E. Casey, and G. Curtis. Next week, Oct. Blood Pressure held from 10:00 to 12: followed by the OctOber day Luncheon at stew meal under direction. Cakes will by Marie Bousque Antoinette Meser program is in the The The 13th of Game Day will be prizes needed. Meredith. 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