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October 6, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 TOWN NEWS Ser-00ice00 h00ld for 00AmLEE Archie C White tie • ) i!!  Stella Knapp. WENT WORTH--Fune ral Mrs. Iona White; a brother, ''- - '' -- 439-5762 services for Archie C. White, Norton of Florida; a sister, oiinLigetB!oth! Worthley by her friend, Grace 75, who died the previous Mrs. Monta Merrill of Vero Robert McLean dies; SmithofSalem, Mass. Monday at Sceva Speare Beach, Fla.; several nieces Last Sunday the church Hospital in Plymouth after a and nephews. ",Y, Sept. 24. choir sang the anthem, "God brief illness. The Reverend William um[o.w°rd has been received that Gave the Song" with Jim Born in Thornton, N.H.,Mr. Sieverts of the Campton A. T'ralTN veteran , Merritt, USAF, has Response Team was called Heidenreich doing the solo White lived most of his life Methodist Church officiated, was at his new station in Fish and Game Department, their home in Datona, Fla. who gave first aid until the speaking part. there, but lind resided in Burial was in Pine Grove AFB, Italy. Mr. Soil ConservationService, and Sept. 24. ambulance arrived. Sunday School starts Oct. 3. Wentworth for the last 15 Cemetery, Thornton. The N. HAVERHILL-- Robert He is survived by a son, that he enjoys the Army Corps of Engineers. Mrs. Geneva Perdue Church Notes As this is also Family Sunday years. He had worked as a Mayhew Funeral Home was in "Russ" McLean, 65, d ed last Robert R. Jr., of Windham; a and the southern David Flowers, Hodge, and Mr. and Bolles attended dinner at the Church in Brad- evening, Sept. welcomes Mrs. Richardson, formerly .Mass. Mrs. has purchased the there. ty Circle Community Circle of Church will October meeting at Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hoaglan, of Aurora, Iowa, Miss. Theresa Hersh, and Warren Coolidge, of Spring Valley, N.Y., visited Mrs. Karl Johnson over the weekend. The Iowa guests voted the Vermont Scenery and foliage absolutely breath-taking. Mrs. Hazel Flanders, Assistant State Coordinator for the Driver Improvement Program in Vermont, was in Windsor, Sept. 20-21, assisting and monitoring the course whic was sponsored by the Windsor Rotary Club. The pancake breakfast on Rally Day, Sunday, Sept. 26, celebrated her 85th birthday at the home of her grand- daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. (Mona Sweet) Wayne Hersey, Montpelier, Vt. September 26. There were 32 relatives present from the surrounding towns of Orford, N.H., Newport, Norwich, Wells River, W. Corinth and E. Corinth. Those attending from here were her daughter and husband, Wilfred and Dorothy Sweet and her grandchildren, Roy and Silvia Sweet and children, and Mrs. Rise Kingsbury and children, her son and wife, Edward and Helen Perdue, W. Corinth. b,e of Mrs. IreneGulley, at the Federated Church was Mr. and Mrs. Alan McLam lay evening, Oct. 12, at in charge of Mr. and Mrs. and son, Taylor, Dix Hills, Freddie Hayward, Mr. and N.Y. spent the weekend with ,,Your flag on Oct. 12 and Mrs. Russell Wing, Mr. and his mother, Mrs. Stella ' e man who stood on Mrs. Richard Hodge, assisted McLam. They were ac- evdeck of the Santa Maria by Mrs. Newton Bolles and companied by Winthrop Jack- Ced, "Sail on, sail on, Mrs. Irene Gulley. The man who spent the weekend ,' teachers present at the with his mother, Mrs. nd Mrs. VernOnnaHall dedication at the morning LawrenceJackman. 72iCJffd' afC M" service were Mrs. Irene Stella Knapp and Lla Gulley, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sawicky accompanied Mrs.  Walker on Tuesdayl Wing, and the Sunday School Grace Gibhy of W. Topsham to tOl i21"an d Mrs. Charles Superintendent, Richard attendN" Ferrisburgthe ExecutiveM°ndaYboardt° ,g and Mrs. Vinson Hodge. Mrs. Mildred McNevin and meeting of Church Women "cdlil[ l visited Gladys Mrs. Hazel Flanders attended United in Vermont. ", Pauline Young, and the annual meeting of the Wade Pierson underwent n Young in Newport, Vermont Retired Teachers surgery at Central Vermont , "Y, Se, pt. 19. Association, held at the Hospital for a kidney problem. IpS. .Sch°°i Notes Ramanda Inn in Burlington, He is making a good recovery and is expected home within a Friday, Sept. 24. bL fifth and sixth grades, qa_.Pt. 29 visited the Union few days. Also at the same The Steeple lighting for this week is given in memory of Miss Elsie Welch by her family. The altar flowers were given in memory of Mrs. Ellen BRADFORD A neighborhood girl scout meeting was held at the Shearer Camp in West Fairlee for leaders. Marta Gibbs the field advisor from the Swif- twater Girl Scout Council was there. Yearly plans were discussed following a pot luck supper on Thursday, Sept. 23. On Sept. 4, a birthday party was held at the home of William and Pauline Clark. The observance was for granddaughter Kristen Williams -- one year old daughter of Brent and Arlene Williams. The 15 present in- cluded paternal grandparents, Paul and Muriel Williams of E. Corinth. Cribbage The E. Corinth Cribbage teams would like to let people know the fall season is opening Monday night, Oct. 11. All are welcome to attend each Monday night. Esther and Clifford French joined a fall foliage tour, each driving one of their antique cars. They started out by TOPSHAM Miss Sheila Welch was the at Church. The children will come at 11:00 a.m. that Sunday and all other Sundays they will come at 9:45 a.m. ¢irginia Bedell 439-5720 joining 40 others Saturday in Keene, N.H., at the Winding Brook Lodge. They toured the Number Four -- old fort in Charleston, N.H., on to Alstead where they visited the revolving chalet house. The base runs by elec- tricity. Yankee Magazine tells a story about a fellow who runs a pickup truck on gas generated from fire wood. It takes about ten pounds of wood for gas to go 100 miles. They visited at this place, returning to the lodge that night for a banquet. They journeyed home Sunday taking the New Hampshire way. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Durgin had visitors from Massachusetts. Colonel and Betty Cheeseman spent a few days with them. They did a lot of "leaf peeping" and at- tending church • suppers. Colonel Cheeseman is a for- mer commanding officer of George. Gertrude Hodge 439-5422 shower of "gifts, a luncheon carpenter and woodsman, charge. He is survived by his wife, Madeline Paul dies at 90 WEST FAIRLEE- Madeline legislature for six years and E. Paul, 9O, died Sept. 26 at the was a member of the Order of Alice Peck Day Extended the EasternStar. Care Facility. She is survived by a sister, She was born on Aug. 6, 1892, Bernice E. Reed of West in Copperfield, the daughter of Lebanon, nieces and nephews. Joseph and Annie (Butler) Funeral services were held Rule. in the West Fairlee In 1918, she married Samuel Congregational Church. D. Paul and they moved to Burial was in the Post Mills West Fairlee where they Cemetery. The Eastern Star operated the S.D. Paul held services at thegraveside. General Store for several The Knight Funeral Home years. Mr. Paul died in 1955. of White River Junction was in Mrs. Paul represented West charge of arrangements. Fairlee in the Vermont week. daughter, Barbara J. Uresky He was born on Sept. 18, of E. Haverhill; three gran- 1917, in Waterbury, Conn.,and dchildren; two brothers, lived in N. Haverhill for 11 George and James, both of years. He was a Navy veteran Florida. ofWorldWar II. A Mass of Christian Burial Mr. McLean owned and was celebrated Saturday operated McLean's morning in St. Joseph Church Greenhouse and was the in Woodsville. Burial was in widower of Marian McLean, the Horse Meadow Cemetery. who died in 1980. He and his The Ricker Funeral Home late wife were instrumental in of Woodsville was in charge of organizing the Meals on arrangements. Wheels program in the N. Haverhill area. He was a parishioner of St. Joseph Church of Woodsville, a member of the N. Haverhill Veterans of Foreign Wars and of the Mount Gardener Grange. QUOTE "That which is brief, if it be good, is good twice over." Spanish proverb I I II MASONIC LODGE NEWS COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL CHICK OUR LOW PRICES I by GEORGE DURGIN CAR P ET & ,. The Annual Communication 43 F. & A.M. Vl NYL FLOORS QU.UTY'MMD"TW0KM"S"''"S'AL""0" of the Ninth Masonic District He next turned the meeting was held at the Masonic over to District Deputy Grand L Apartments on Sept. 21, by Master, Kendall H. Odell, who HA E FURNITURE & CARPET CharityLedge43F.&A.M. spoke briefly and then so2.2.sTst nAOOaO, VT. A suitable invitation had proceeded to conduct the meeting, during which words from Grand Lodge were brought by brothers and been extended to all master masons in the Ninth Masonic District, by Kendall H. Odell, speakers: Richard C. Curtiss, Grand Lecturer; Ernest R. McDonald, Grand Secretary; Cecil L. Smith, Housing Committee Head. Finally, an address was presented by brother Edward R. Eurich, District Deputy Grand Master, in conjunction with invitation by all officers of Charity Ledge of Bradford. A total of 93 masons attended tl meeting, including Grand Lodge officers. The evening dps,,_ Eleanor Burroughs 439-5547 • guesto'Fhonor attwo surprise was enjoyed. llUtumn and Snakes various Levins visited their Mrs. Martin Carrier at his bridal showers held in honor of Chicken Pie Supper got off to a good start with a Most Worshipful Grand " again the sneaky log cabin this past weekend, camp atHall'sLake, her approaching marraige to The Topsham Church will delicious complete roast beef Master of the Masons of a#, of autumn have been They were espied standing at Weekend callers at Wind- Patti Poliquin on Oct. 16. hold their annual chicken pie dinner. This was superbly Vermont. His address was  in the hills around W. the edge of a pasture by a swept Acres were Debbie The first one was held in supper on Oct. 23. The prepared and expertly served quite forceful and to the point. ''[lPth with their yellow and ld _ member of the Threshold Scholenburg and son Aaron of Topsham Town Hall with a members of the committee by Bill Demetrules and his It was well received by all . lLUorange paintbrushes. Institute, who was peering Bath, N.H., also Jennifer buffet luncheon followed by have been busy making the Eastern Star"gals." brothers. 'Mr.s residents have from an upstairs window. Levin of Boston, Mass., Paul the shower of gifts presented plans for it this past week Appreciation was shown by Before adjourning, the lodge ei- ed that they are h:r There is a new visitor at the Turner of Bolton, Mass.; Jan to Sheila. The bridal cake was along with working on the the diners, who gave them members were treated to the 'on]  than usual. At a rec , Ding-Dong House, rumored to Kothmann, Burlington, made by her grandmother, annual Fall Rummage Sale "two curtain calls" to the rendition of a few songs by - :]ag of W. Corinth s be an actress. The Carriers' Mass.; Charlie Ryan, Bed- Mrs. Blanch King who also which starts on Oct. 2andruns kitchen door. The brothers "two fifths" of the Odell- L'an-Discussion Group it then retired to the lodge room Walker Band. This was well niece Janice visited. David ford, Mass.; also Rose and served it. Guests were present foi'aweek. ir/uggested that the Carrier has sold his truck. Granville Robbins of Norton, from Massachusetts, Maine, Mrs. Blanch King visited at for visitation activities, received and all left the lodge :l? s painters were rishing Tom Watkin went to Maine for Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Lauren and New Hampshire, beside the home of her daughter Mrs. District 9 was represented expressing approval of * the by 72 members ; the balance of hospitality given by Charity lsh their foliage canvas a weekend, where he saw Howard of Erring, Mass. and friends and relatives from Duncan Welch, and family, 21 was from other lodges in Lodge 43 on the occasion of th lt they could spend a few George Bush in church. Anne a friend from Keene, N.H.; Topsham and surrounding this past week returning home Vermont and other states. All year. lN.in Florida before Raver, from Massachusetts, Bernice DewingofRochester, communities, onSunday. 1 Ing to paint-in winter, who covered the Great Zuc- N.H.; and Elsie Davis of The hall was decorated,with The family of Leander and grand officers were first The Annual 9th Masonic IllOw from the Threshold chini Contest of 1981 for the Bradford and Rev. Roland blue andwhitestreamersand Anna Dexter met for their received in the proper man- District: Meeting for 1 and remarked that Beverly Times, visited Katie Daniels orS. Ryegate. bells. The second shower was annual family reunion at the ner. W:M. Cecil Lanpher looking fcrward to next year, Kramer at April Fool Farm. Bernard Spooner, at one given by the members of the home of Harold Dexter on welcomed all to Charity Lodge W. Corinth was not a at all but a suc- Bill Pearson, from Mystic, time a pupil of Mrs. night employeesofWoodsville Sunday. Over 50 family of paint-by-number Conn., visited Lyle Shep-Burroughs, called on her Hospital where Sheila is members were present with but was booed by pardson and AnnickLeymarie recently. Bernard is now an employed. This was held at all of the brothers and sisters who do not with his dog Reuben, who was R.N. and is the Director of the home of Nan Spencer in in attendance. their sub- frequently mistaken for Nursing at the Speare Bradford with the night nurses Gertrude Hodge was in called into Barney, another visiting dog Memorial Hospital in leaving work and going White River Junction on At the same belonging to Tom Watkin's Plymouth, N.H. directly there. Following the Saturday for the meeting of slides of Indonesia parents. So much did these the state officers of the a traveller inspired two dogs resemble each other, Gideons International group. to suggest in fact, that it is not in- should con- conceivable that Barney GRAFI00N CouNrY HOME Ralph Emerson and Paul Hodge accompanied the scout a community returned with Bill to Mystic DOREEN MOODY troop for the weekend trip to in Bali. and Tom's brother John Activity Coordinator the Holiday in the Hills this aroused the en- fetched Reuben back to New past weekend. of those present, Jersey. Of course, what is Although September started with a Bingo Game on Sept. 24. Charles Dodge returned envisioned gardens important is that the dogs can at a slow pace, it was still a Everyone enjoyed the game. home on Tuesday after in February, no snow tell themselves apart, very exciting month here at Mterwards cake and soda was spending some time in the no wood to carry, In general, the animal the home. served, hospital. ardor was rapidly population of W. Corinth has Sept. 14, started out to be Sept. 24 was an extremely There was a Harvest Supper s, by the discovery been fluctuating. There are dark and cloudy as the beautiful fall day as nine held in the church vestry on is the home of still many, many rabbits, Grafton County Home Mini- residents were invited to go to Saturday evening sponsored black mamba whose long ears tend suddenly Bus traveled dawn Route 25C. see Rex -- the beautiful and by the Topsham Church. dismay to rise up out of the tall grass Our destination was Orford's talented, white horse; who did Mr. and Mrs. Richard by this revelation as one is walkingby. Porky famous Senior Citizen's tricks galore. His trainer, Miller, Hurdon, Mass., spent to wonder if Senecal now has three milk Dinner. Polly Turner, Andy Sarah Lamaree, displayed his the weekendin town. notable absence goats, but no more kittens, as Burbank, Francis LaBlanc, talents and after supplied us snakes could be John Dallet took them to the Oscar Hill along with a with a thirst quenching drink held in common by Tunbridge Fair to give away. volunteer, Doris Jesseman of orange soda. The Glencliff for settling One of Porky's goats is named and myself, enjoyed a Home for the Elderly was also could not be Dickory- the other two are delicious meal. After the there and all the residents bustling as yet unnamed. Lyle Shep- meal, the White River Jun- seemed to enjoy the afternoon its wild nightlife, pardson killed his last 20 ction Kitchen Band played. It together, watching Rex and N. HAVERHILL-- A meeting chickens recently. After was a very enjoyable af- mingling withfriends, of Iona-Lafayette Chapter No. held on witnessing the slaughter, his ternoon. As we left Orford the On Sept. 28, the Home once 39, O.E.S. was three turkeys left home. They sun was starting to shine; so again jumped with excitement Tuesday, Sept. 14, at the are now to he seen pacing ended another great trip. as Woody and the Roving Masonic Hall in N. Haverhill. disconsolately up and down On Sept. 22, the Bed Care Ramblers once again came to This was the first meeting of Mill Street, asking passers-by Section Floor 1 and 2 entertain us. Wayne Klinger the fall after no meetings for asylum, celebrated their birthdays for (from the Activity Depart- being held in July or August. Weekend visitors of Mr. and the month of September. The ment) joined in with the group The meeting began at 5:30 Mrs. Ellsworth Carrier were Birthday Parties were and played his saxophone, p.m., with regula business her sister Mrs. Hazel Van sponsored by the Progressive Many people from the Bed- being transacted and annual Dyke of Waterford, Conn. and Club. Members of the group Care Section Floor I and 2 and reports being read and ac- her daughter Mrs. Janice who came in to help us from the residentsideenjoyed cepted. Allesandra and children, celebrate the occasion were: the excitement of the af- Following the early Justin and Jessica, from La Lois Darby, Tina Bennett, ternoon. There were many meeting, a pot-luck supper Jolle, Calif., Saturday they all Rosemary Hall, Edith Hen- shouts of laughter as people was held in the dining room. spent the day with Mr. and son, and Winifred Moran. kicked up their heels to the At 8:00 p.m.. the Chapter Everyone seemed to enjoy the music. Even the ones that reconvened to hold its election sing-a-long. Refreshments of didn't dance enjoyed tapping of officers. The Worthy Birthday Cake and soda was and clapping to the music. Matron announced that the served. It made a very Many thanks toWoody and the Installation of Officers will he cheerful morning for Roving Ramblers and also held at our next meeting. At everyone. We want to thank Wayne for making our day. the Progressive Club for So ends September. It was a sponsoring theparties, good month and we are The residents celebrated looking forward to an equally their birthdays for the month exciting October. ECLIPSE GRANGE NEWS w THETFORD CTR.-- The Sept. 28 meeting was for the in- stallation of officers. The beginning of the meeting was presided over by out going Master Lee Fifield. Distinguished guests were recognized at this time. They were National Grange Lec- turer Kermit Richardson, Vermont State Grange Secretary Margaret Richardson, Vermont State Grange Assistant Steward Kim Richardson, Lady Assistant of the State Grange by JUNE M. STOWELL. Sec. l l II AMFA00CAN LEGION Ross.Wood Unit 20 WOODSVILLE-- On Oct. 11, hospital in order that those Ross-Wood Unit 20, Wood- veterans confined there may sville, will entertain the choose gifts for their family Department President, members and friends. Then Eldora Henault at a 6:30 p.m. auxiliary members gift wrap supper at the Legion Home, them, tag them, and outer followed by the regular wrap them for mailing-- all at monthly meeting. Members, no expense to the men. please come. For them it is the only way We need many more dues they have to Christmas shop paid up to approach a goal for for their loved ones. Deliver October. your items to President Have you sent in your item Zellene Burr real soon. for the Veterans Gift Shop? Do See you at the supper on Oct. you know what this program is 11. all about? Well, these new items, gifts -- suitable for men, women, children, toys, etc. -- are sent to the VA Thetford FFA IONA-LAFAYEFFE CHAPTER 3 {) elects officers Submitted by Marjorie Bylow THETFORD-- This fall the ri  there must be | i  lag that has compelled Varied assortment of o ; to settle in this out-of- a- ' Corner of the world -- that, bet to come to their isolated hamlet ..c;/-'k er of the universe. If it ! i!'a bsence of polsonous then what is it? The i  Was referred to the Institute for further Id  ation. ,Y . Other News al other news .  . Thetford FFA elected its the close of the meeting, officers for the coming year. refreshments were served by The following students were Lillian Finley and Lillian chosen: Earl Robinson. McBurney. president; John Wurtz, vice The next meeting will be president; Dick Johnson, held on October 12, with an treasurer; Bobby Murch, early meeting at 5:30 p.m., secretary; Ray Page, pot-luck supper at 6:30 and reporter, and Shawn Barry, Installation of Officers at 8:00 Sentinel. p.m. This September the chapter has been quite active. The CLUB LEVEL Farm Production class picked SQUARE DANCE vegetables from the garden BRADFORD-- There will be a and gave them to the home Club Level Apple Cider economics class which froze Square Dance at the Oxbow some of them and used others High School Cafeteria on fresh. Saturday, Oct. 16, from 8:00 to A group of members rode to 11:00 p.m. The event is being the Eastern States Exposition sponsored by the Connecticut in W. Springfield, Mass., Valley Swingers. The caller' where they saw the Regional will be Al Monty. FFA Contests, rode ride and saw lots of livestock. Bobby Murch will be going to the FFA Leadership Camp in Northfield for a weekend later on in the month. Diane Robinson, a member of last year's Dairy Cattle Judging Team, has done well on the 4-H Judging Team representing Orange County. Last year the team won tle state meet and went to Eastern States where it also won and where Diane finished third highest individually. She will now go with the team to Harrisburg, Pa., for a regional meet and then to Madison, Wis. for the national 4-H Meet. INTERESTING FACT The Romans named the Mediterranean Sea. The name means middle of the earth. A&W ARTESIAN WELL CO. • sinc 1930 tlm, Ms. teoooer00o00o oe Sue Richardson, Deputy Greg Perreault and Mrs. Perreault. They were the installing team for the new officers. There was 100 percent attendance of the new officers. Mter the installation the new. Master Wilbert (Pete) Thurston presided at the remainder of the meeting. There will be an officers meeting on Sept. 30 at 7:20 p.m. at the Union Village Parish House. At this time all committees for the insuing year will be chosen. :TIC . ' ,,," [[[,00rConstipation ml00.f t .off00.rrow Ill reach foreX-LAXtonmht. /.if' [ e,--lx'Lax helns restore your system's own natural [ 7h overnight. Gently. Dependably. Try it tonight. ]  I! like the relief in the morning. 1[[ Colated or r  is  tll , I1 'f-/,,tt t Ik ( IOns or pills, Ex-Lax is night Wonder:' abel and follow 20% Off Sale Ur)deralk' pantyhse E, panties all in one./ I .d -- CIF00deral00- October 8-11 Step into autumn without pantylines or tummy bukje! Clnderalis gives you that smooth all-in one look under all new fal/fah! Slendera/IS k e shpe,JS and adds tut l. Stock up h during out Great 20% OFF Sale. OXBOW ADULT CLASSES Unless otherwise noted, classes meet for 10 wks., 6:30-9:30 on Mon. or Thurs. evenings. Tuition is $30 plus materials. For complete in- formation contact Oxbow High School & Vocational Center, Bradford, Vt. 05033. Telephone 222-5215 or after 4 P.M.--222-4423. Pre-registration is encouraged. MONDAY CLASSES 1st night-October 4 Knitting for All Skill Levels LOUIS[HARRISON Furniture Design & Construction HARRY maam Painting JUNE THOMAS Jui-Jitsu (7-9 P.M. $0.) uv me Hand Quilting ev PAoe Adult Basic Education (no charge) G 0UCHR Flower Arranging (silk, fresh & dry) UNOA ZVUOWS Welding (both Mon. & Thur.-$40) ROBERT mRZWAn THURSDAY CLASSES 1st night-October 7 Small Woodlot Management ztmro wmm Wooden Sailboat Building RORERT JONES/SUMNER HARRIS Adult Basic Education (nocharge) PEGDUTcHER Women's Studies (7-9 P.M, $20) m CArroLL Chair Reseating GLADES ROSS Typing CJROLYN SANBORN Meatcutting RODY GAUTREAU Craft Sewing for Gift Giving IRENe CROTEAU Accounting (instructor needed) TO BE, ANNOUNCED) Exercise and Aerobic Dance (7-9 P,M. $20 History of Northern N.E. (7-9 P.M. $20.) KATHERiN-[ DONAHUE Special 6 hr. course "'55 ALIVE-MATURE DRIVING" Oct. 26-27 $5 IF YOU MISS THE IST SESSION CALL OXBOW TO INQUIRE ABOUT OPENINGS. October 6, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 TOWN NEWS Ser-00ice00 h00ld for 00AmLEE Archie C White tie • ) i!!  Stella Knapp. WENT WORTH--Fune ral Mrs. Iona White; a brother, ''- - '' -- 439-5762 services for Archie C. White, Norton of Florida; a sister, oiinLigetB!oth! Worthley by her friend, Grace 75, who died the previous Mrs. Monta Merrill of Vero Robert McLean dies; SmithofSalem, Mass. Monday at Sceva Speare Beach, Fla.; several nieces Last Sunday the church Hospital in Plymouth after a and nephews. ",Y, Sept. 24. choir sang the anthem, "God brief illness. The Reverend William um[o.w°rd has been received that Gave the Song" with Jim Born in Thornton, N.H.,Mr. Sieverts of the Campton A. T'ralTN veteran , Merritt, USAF, has Response Team was called Heidenreich doing the solo White lived most of his life Methodist Church officiated, was at his new station in Fish and Game Department, their home in Datona, Fla. who gave first aid until the speaking part. there, but lind resided in Burial was in Pine Grove AFB, Italy. Mr. Soil ConservationService, and Sept. 24. ambulance arrived. Sunday School starts Oct. 3. Wentworth for the last 15 Cemetery, Thornton. The N. HAVERHILL-- Robert He is survived by a son, that he enjoys the Army Corps of Engineers. Mrs. Geneva Perdue Church Notes As this is also Family Sunday years. He had worked as a Mayhew Funeral Home was in "Russ" McLean, 65, d ed last Robert R. Jr., of Windham; a and the southern David Flowers, Hodge, and Mr. and Bolles attended dinner at the Church in Brad- evening, Sept. welcomes Mrs. Richardson, formerly .Mass. Mrs. has purchased the there. ty Circle Community Circle of Church will October meeting at Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hoaglan, of Aurora, Iowa, Miss. Theresa Hersh, and Warren Coolidge, of Spring Valley, N.Y., visited Mrs. Karl Johnson over the weekend. The Iowa guests voted the Vermont Scenery and foliage absolutely breath-taking. Mrs. Hazel Flanders, Assistant State Coordinator for the Driver Improvement Program in Vermont, was in Windsor, Sept. 20-21, assisting and monitoring the course whic was sponsored by the Windsor Rotary Club. The pancake breakfast on Rally Day, Sunday, Sept. 26, celebrated her 85th birthday at the home of her grand- daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. (Mona Sweet) Wayne Hersey, Montpelier, Vt. September 26. There were 32 relatives present from the surrounding towns of Orford, N.H., Newport, Norwich, Wells River, W. Corinth and E. Corinth. Those attending from here were her daughter and husband, Wilfred and Dorothy Sweet and her grandchildren, Roy and Silvia Sweet and children, and Mrs. Rise Kingsbury and children, her son and wife, Edward and Helen Perdue, W. Corinth. b,e of Mrs. IreneGulley, at the Federated Church was Mr. and Mrs. Alan McLam lay evening, Oct. 12, at in charge of Mr. and Mrs. and son, Taylor, Dix Hills, Freddie Hayward, Mr. and N.Y. spent the weekend with ,,Your flag on Oct. 12 and Mrs. Russell Wing, Mr. and his mother, Mrs. Stella ' e man who stood on Mrs. Richard Hodge, assisted McLam. They were ac- evdeck of the Santa Maria by Mrs. Newton Bolles and companied by Winthrop Jack- Ced, "Sail on, sail on, Mrs. Irene Gulley. The man who spent the weekend ,' teachers present at the with his mother, Mrs. nd Mrs. VernOnnaHall dedication at the morning LawrenceJackman. 72iCJffd' afC M" service were Mrs. Irene Stella Knapp and Lla Gulley, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sawicky accompanied Mrs.  Walker on Tuesdayl Wing, and the Sunday School Grace Gibhy of W. Topsham to tOl i21"an d Mrs. Charles Superintendent, Richard attendN" Ferrisburgthe ExecutiveM°ndaYboardt° ,g and Mrs. Vinson Hodge. Mrs. Mildred McNevin and meeting of Church Women "cdlil[ l visited Gladys Mrs. Hazel Flanders attended United in Vermont. ", Pauline Young, and the annual meeting of the Wade Pierson underwent n Young in Newport, Vermont Retired Teachers surgery at Central Vermont , "Y, Se, pt. 19. Association, held at the Hospital for a kidney problem. IpS. .Sch°°i Notes Ramanda Inn in Burlington, He is making a good recovery and is expected home within a Friday, Sept. 24. bL fifth and sixth grades, qa_.Pt. 29 visited the Union few days. Also at the same The Steeple lighting for this week is given in memory of Miss Elsie Welch by her family. The altar flowers were given in memory of Mrs. Ellen BRADFORD A neighborhood girl scout meeting was held at the Shearer Camp in West Fairlee for leaders. Marta Gibbs the field advisor from the Swif- twater Girl Scout Council was there. Yearly plans were discussed following a pot luck supper on Thursday, Sept. 23. On Sept. 4, a birthday party was held at the home of William and Pauline Clark. The observance was for granddaughter Kristen Williams -- one year old daughter of Brent and Arlene Williams. The 15 present in- cluded paternal grandparents, Paul and Muriel Williams of E. Corinth. Cribbage The E. Corinth Cribbage teams would like to let people know the fall season is opening Monday night, Oct. 11. All are welcome to attend each Monday night. Esther and Clifford French joined a fall foliage tour, each driving one of their antique cars. They started out by TOPSHAM Miss Sheila Welch was the at Church. The children will come at 11:00 a.m. that Sunday and all other Sundays they will come at 9:45 a.m. ¢irginia Bedell 439-5720 joining 40 others Saturday in Keene, N.H., at the Winding Brook Lodge. They toured the Number Four -- old fort in Charleston, N.H., on to Alstead where they visited the revolving chalet house. The base runs by elec- tricity. Yankee Magazine tells a story about a fellow who runs a pickup truck on gas generated from fire wood. It takes about ten pounds of wood for gas to go 100 miles. They visited at this place, returning to the lodge that night for a banquet. They journeyed home Sunday taking the New Hampshire way. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Durgin had visitors from Massachusetts. Colonel and Betty Cheeseman spent a few days with them. They did a lot of "leaf peeping" and at- tending church • suppers. Colonel Cheeseman is a for- mer commanding officer of George. Gertrude Hodge 439-5422 shower of "gifts, a luncheon carpenter and woodsman, charge. He is survived by his wife, Madeline Paul dies at 90 WEST FAIRLEE- Madeline legislature for six years and E. Paul, 9O, died Sept. 26 at the was a member of the Order of Alice Peck Day Extended the EasternStar. Care Facility. She is survived by a sister, She was born on Aug. 6, 1892, Bernice E. Reed of West in Copperfield, the daughter of Lebanon, nieces and nephews. Joseph and Annie (Butler) Funeral services were held Rule. in the West Fairlee In 1918, she married Samuel Congregational Church. D. Paul and they moved to Burial was in the Post Mills West Fairlee where they Cemetery. The Eastern Star operated the S.D. Paul held services at thegraveside. General Store for several The Knight Funeral Home years. Mr. Paul died in 1955. of White River Junction was in Mrs. Paul represented West charge of arrangements. Fairlee in the Vermont week. daughter, Barbara J. Uresky He was born on Sept. 18, of E. Haverhill; three gran- 1917, in Waterbury, Conn.,and dchildren; two brothers, lived in N. Haverhill for 11 George and James, both of years. He was a Navy veteran Florida. ofWorldWar II. A Mass of Christian Burial Mr. McLean owned and was celebrated Saturday operated McLean's morning in St. Joseph Church Greenhouse and was the in Woodsville. Burial was in widower of Marian McLean, the Horse Meadow Cemetery. who died in 1980. He and his The Ricker Funeral Home late wife were instrumental in of Woodsville was in charge of organizing the Meals on arrangements. Wheels program in the N. Haverhill area. He was a parishioner of St. Joseph Church of Woodsville, a member of the N. Haverhill Veterans of Foreign Wars and of the Mount Gardener Grange. QUOTE "That which is brief, if it be good, is good twice over." Spanish proverb I I II MASONIC LODGE NEWS COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL CHICK OUR LOW PRICES I by GEORGE DURGIN CAR P ET & ,. The Annual Communication 43 F. & A.M. Vl NYL FLOORS QU.UTY'MMD"TW0KM"S"''"S'AL""0" of the Ninth Masonic District He next turned the meeting was held at the Masonic over to District Deputy Grand L Apartments on Sept. 21, by Master, Kendall H. Odell, who HA E FURNITURE & CARPET CharityLedge43F.&A.M. spoke briefly and then so2.2.sTst nAOOaO, VT. A suitable invitation had proceeded to conduct the meeting, during which words from Grand Lodge were brought by brothers and been extended to all master masons in the Ninth Masonic District, by Kendall H. Odell, speakers: Richard C. Curtiss, Grand Lecturer; Ernest R. McDonald, Grand Secretary; Cecil L. Smith, Housing Committee Head. Finally, an address was presented by brother Edward R. Eurich, District Deputy Grand Master, in conjunction with invitation by all officers of Charity Ledge of Bradford. A total of 93 masons attended tl meeting, including Grand Lodge officers. The evening dps,,_ Eleanor Burroughs 439-5547 • guesto'Fhonor attwo surprise was enjoyed. llUtumn and Snakes various Levins visited their Mrs. Martin Carrier at his bridal showers held in honor of Chicken Pie Supper got off to a good start with a Most Worshipful Grand " again the sneaky log cabin this past weekend, camp atHall'sLake, her approaching marraige to The Topsham Church will delicious complete roast beef Master of the Masons of a#, of autumn have been They were espied standing at Weekend callers at Wind- Patti Poliquin on Oct. 16. hold their annual chicken pie dinner. This was superbly Vermont. His address was  in the hills around W. the edge of a pasture by a swept Acres were Debbie The first one was held in supper on Oct. 23. The prepared and expertly served quite forceful and to the point. ''[lPth with their yellow and ld _ member of the Threshold Scholenburg and son Aaron of Topsham Town Hall with a members of the committee by Bill Demetrules and his It was well received by all . lLUorange paintbrushes. Institute, who was peering Bath, N.H., also Jennifer buffet luncheon followed by have been busy making the Eastern Star"gals." brothers. 'Mr.s residents have from an upstairs window. Levin of Boston, Mass., Paul the shower of gifts presented plans for it this past week Appreciation was shown by Before adjourning, the lodge ei- ed that they are h:r There is a new visitor at the Turner of Bolton, Mass.; Jan to Sheila. The bridal cake was along with working on the the diners, who gave them members were treated to the 'on]  than usual. At a rec , Ding-Dong House, rumored to Kothmann, Burlington, made by her grandmother, annual Fall Rummage Sale "two curtain calls" to the rendition of a few songs by - :]ag of W. Corinth s be an actress. The Carriers' Mass.; Charlie Ryan, Bed- Mrs. Blanch King who also which starts on Oct. 2andruns kitchen door. The brothers "two fifths" of the Odell- L'an-Discussion Group it then retired to the lodge room Walker Band. This was well niece Janice visited. David ford, Mass.; also Rose and served it. Guests were present foi'aweek. ir/uggested that the Carrier has sold his truck. Granville Robbins of Norton, from Massachusetts, Maine, Mrs. Blanch King visited at for visitation activities, received and all left the lodge :l? s painters were rishing Tom Watkin went to Maine for Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Lauren and New Hampshire, beside the home of her daughter Mrs. District 9 was represented expressing approval of * the by 72 members ; the balance of hospitality given by Charity lsh their foliage canvas a weekend, where he saw Howard of Erring, Mass. and friends and relatives from Duncan Welch, and family, 21 was from other lodges in Lodge 43 on the occasion of th lt they could spend a few George Bush in church. Anne a friend from Keene, N.H.; Topsham and surrounding this past week returning home Vermont and other states. All year. lN.in Florida before Raver, from Massachusetts, Bernice DewingofRochester, communities, onSunday. 1 Ing to paint-in winter, who covered the Great Zuc- N.H.; and Elsie Davis of The hall was decorated,with The family of Leander and grand officers were first The Annual 9th Masonic IllOw from the Threshold chini Contest of 1981 for the Bradford and Rev. Roland blue andwhitestreamersand Anna Dexter met for their received in the proper man- District: Meeting for 1 and remarked that Beverly Times, visited Katie Daniels orS. Ryegate. bells. The second shower was annual family reunion at the ner. W:M. Cecil Lanpher looking fcrward to next year, Kramer at April Fool Farm. Bernard Spooner, at one given by the members of the home of Harold Dexter on welcomed all to Charity Lodge W. Corinth was not a at all but a suc- Bill Pearson, from Mystic, time a pupil of Mrs. night employeesofWoodsville Sunday. Over 50 family of paint-by-number Conn., visited Lyle Shep-Burroughs, called on her Hospital where Sheila is members were present with but was booed by pardson and AnnickLeymarie recently. Bernard is now an employed. This was held at all of the brothers and sisters who do not with his dog Reuben, who was R.N. and is the Director of the home of Nan Spencer in in attendance. their sub- frequently mistaken for Nursing at the Speare Bradford with the night nurses Gertrude Hodge was in called into Barney, another visiting dog Memorial Hospital in leaving work and going White River Junction on At the same belonging to Tom Watkin's Plymouth, N.H. directly there. Following the Saturday for the meeting of slides of Indonesia parents. So much did these the state officers of the a traveller inspired two dogs resemble each other, Gideons International group. to suggest in fact, that it is not in- should con- conceivable that Barney GRAFI00N CouNrY HOME Ralph Emerson and Paul Hodge accompanied the scout a community returned with Bill to Mystic DOREEN MOODY troop for the weekend trip to in Bali. and Tom's brother John Activity Coordinator the Holiday in the Hills this aroused the en- fetched Reuben back to New past weekend. of those present, Jersey. Of course, what is Although September started with a Bingo Game on Sept. 24. Charles Dodge returned envisioned gardens important is that the dogs can at a slow pace, it was still a Everyone enjoyed the game. home on Tuesday after in February, no snow tell themselves apart, very exciting month here at Mterwards cake and soda was spending some time in the no wood to carry, In general, the animal the home. served, hospital. ardor was rapidly population of W. Corinth has Sept. 14, started out to be Sept. 24 was an extremely There was a Harvest Supper s, by the discovery been fluctuating. There are dark and cloudy as the beautiful fall day as nine held in the church vestry on is the home of still many, many rabbits, Grafton County Home Mini- residents were invited to go to Saturday evening sponsored black mamba whose long ears tend suddenly Bus traveled dawn Route 25C. see Rex -- the beautiful and by the Topsham Church. dismay to rise up out of the tall grass Our destination was Orford's talented, white horse; who did Mr. and Mrs. Richard by this revelation as one is walkingby. Porky famous Senior Citizen's tricks galore. His trainer, Miller, Hurdon, Mass., spent to wonder if Senecal now has three milk Dinner. Polly Turner, Andy Sarah Lamaree, displayed his the weekendin town. notable absence goats, but no more kittens, as Burbank, Francis LaBlanc, talents and after supplied us snakes could be John Dallet took them to the Oscar Hill along with a with a thirst quenching drink held in common by Tunbridge Fair to give away. volunteer, Doris Jesseman of orange soda. The Glencliff for settling One of Porky's goats is named and myself, enjoyed a Home for the Elderly was also could not be Dickory- the other two are delicious meal. After the there and all the residents bustling as yet unnamed. Lyle Shep- meal, the White River Jun- seemed to enjoy the afternoon its wild nightlife, pardson killed his last 20 ction Kitchen Band played. It together, watching Rex and N. HAVERHILL-- A meeting chickens recently. After was a very enjoyable af- mingling withfriends, of Iona-Lafayette Chapter No. held on witnessing the slaughter, his ternoon. As we left Orford the On Sept. 28, the Home once 39, O.E.S. was three turkeys left home. They sun was starting to shine; so again jumped with excitement Tuesday, Sept. 14, at the are now to he seen pacing ended another great trip. as Woody and the Roving Masonic Hall in N. Haverhill. disconsolately up and down On Sept. 22, the Bed Care Ramblers once again came to This was the first meeting of Mill Street, asking passers-by Section Floor 1 and 2 entertain us. Wayne Klinger the fall after no meetings for asylum, celebrated their birthdays for (from the Activity Depart- being held in July or August. Weekend visitors of Mr. and the month of September. The ment) joined in with the group The meeting began at 5:30 Mrs. Ellsworth Carrier were Birthday Parties were and played his saxophone, p.m., with regula business her sister Mrs. Hazel Van sponsored by the Progressive Many people from the Bed- being transacted and annual Dyke of Waterford, Conn. and Club. Members of the group Care Section Floor I and 2 and reports being read and ac- her daughter Mrs. Janice who came in to help us from the residentsideenjoyed cepted. Allesandra and children, celebrate the occasion were: the excitement of the af- Following the early Justin and Jessica, from La Lois Darby, Tina Bennett, ternoon. There were many meeting, a pot-luck supper Jolle, Calif., Saturday they all Rosemary Hall, Edith Hen- shouts of laughter as people was held in the dining room. spent the day with Mr. and son, and Winifred Moran. kicked up their heels to the At 8:00 p.m.. the Chapter Everyone seemed to enjoy the music. Even the ones that reconvened to hold its election sing-a-long. Refreshments of didn't dance enjoyed tapping of officers. The Worthy Birthday Cake and soda was and clapping to the music. Matron announced that the served. It made a very Many thanks toWoody and the Installation of Officers will he cheerful morning for Roving Ramblers and also held at our next meeting. At everyone. We want to thank Wayne for making our day. the Progressive Club for So ends September. It was a sponsoring theparties, good month and we are The residents celebrated looking forward to an equally their birthdays for the month exciting October. ECLIPSE GRANGE NEWS w THETFORD CTR.-- The Sept. 28 meeting was for the in- stallation of officers. The beginning of the meeting was presided over by out going Master Lee Fifield. Distinguished guests were recognized at this time. They were National Grange Lec- turer Kermit Richardson, Vermont State Grange Secretary Margaret Richardson, Vermont State Grange Assistant Steward Kim Richardson, Lady Assistant of the State Grange by JUNE M. STOWELL. Sec. l l II AMFA00CAN LEGION Ross.Wood Unit 20 WOODSVILLE-- On Oct. 11, hospital in order that those Ross-Wood Unit 20, Wood- veterans confined there may sville, will entertain the choose gifts for their family Department President, members and friends. Then Eldora Henault at a 6:30 p.m. auxiliary members gift wrap supper at the Legion Home, them, tag them, and outer followed by the regular wrap them for mailing-- all at monthly meeting. Members, no expense to the men. please come. For them it is the only way We need many more dues they have to Christmas shop paid up to approach a goal for for their loved ones. Deliver October. your items to President Have you sent in your item Zellene Burr real soon. for the Veterans Gift Shop? Do See you at the supper on Oct. you know what this program is 11. all about? Well, these new items, gifts -- suitable for men, women, children, toys, etc. -- are sent to the VA Thetford FFA IONA-LAFAYEFFE CHAPTER 3 {) elects officers Submitted by Marjorie Bylow THETFORD-- This fall the ri  there must be | i  lag that has compelled Varied assortment of o ; to settle in this out-of- a- ' Corner of the world -- that, bet to come to their isolated hamlet ..c;/-'k er of the universe. If it ! i!'a bsence of polsonous then what is it? The i  Was referred to the Institute for further Id  ation. ,Y . Other News al other news .  . Thetford FFA elected its the close of the meeting, officers for the coming year. refreshments were served by The following students were Lillian Finley and Lillian chosen: Earl Robinson. McBurney. president; John Wurtz, vice The next meeting will be president; Dick Johnson, held on October 12, with an treasurer; Bobby Murch, early meeting at 5:30 p.m., secretary; Ray Page, pot-luck supper at 6:30 and reporter, and Shawn Barry, Installation of Officers at 8:00 Sentinel. p.m. This September the chapter has been quite active. The CLUB LEVEL Farm Production class picked SQUARE DANCE vegetables from the garden BRADFORD-- There will be a and gave them to the home Club Level Apple Cider economics class which froze Square Dance at the Oxbow some of them and used others High School Cafeteria on fresh. Saturday, Oct. 16, from 8:00 to A group of members rode to 11:00 p.m. The event is being the Eastern States Exposition sponsored by the Connecticut in W. Springfield, Mass., Valley Swingers. The caller' where they saw the Regional will be Al Monty. FFA Contests, rode ride and saw lots of livestock. Bobby Murch will be going to the FFA Leadership Camp in Northfield for a weekend later on in the month. Diane Robinson, a member of last year's Dairy Cattle Judging Team, has done well on the 4-H Judging Team representing Orange County. Last year the team won tle state meet and went to Eastern States where it also won and where Diane finished third highest individually. She will now go with the team to Harrisburg, Pa., for a regional meet and then to Madison, Wis. for the national 4-H Meet. INTERESTING FACT The Romans named the Mediterranean Sea. The name means middle of the earth. A&W ARTESIAN WELL CO. • sinc 1930 tlm, Ms. teoooer00o00o oe Sue Richardson, Deputy Greg Perreault and Mrs. Perreault. They were the installing team for the new officers. There was 100 percent attendance of the new officers. Mter the installation the new. Master Wilbert (Pete) Thurston presided at the remainder of the meeting. There will be an officers meeting on Sept. 30 at 7:20 p.m. at the Union Village Parish House. At this time all committees for the insuing year will be chosen. :TIC . ' ,,," [[[,00rConstipation ml00.f t .off00.rrow Ill reach foreX-LAXtonmht. /.if' [ e,--lx'Lax helns restore your system's own natural [ 7h overnight. Gently. Dependably. Try it tonight. ]  I! like the relief in the morning. 1[[ Colated or r  is  tll , I1 'f-/,,tt t Ik ( IOns or pills, Ex-Lax is night Wonder:' abel and follow 20% Off Sale Ur)deralk' pantyhse E, panties all in one./ I .d -- CIF00deral00- October 8-11 Step into autumn without pantylines or tummy bukje! Clnderalis gives you that smooth all-in one look under all new fal/fah! Slendera/IS k e shpe,JS and adds tut l. Stock up h during out Great 20% OFF Sale. OXBOW ADULT CLASSES Unless otherwise noted, classes meet for 10 wks., 6:30-9:30 on Mon. or Thurs. evenings. Tuition is $30 plus materials. For complete in- formation contact Oxbow High School & Vocational Center, Bradford, Vt. 05033. Telephone 222-5215 or after 4 P.M.--222-4423. Pre-registration is encouraged. MONDAY CLASSES 1st night-October 4 Knitting for All Skill Levels LOUIS[HARRISON Furniture Design & Construction HARRY maam Painting JUNE THOMAS Jui-Jitsu (7-9 P.M. $0.) uv me Hand Quilting ev PAoe Adult Basic Education (no charge) G 0UCHR Flower Arranging (silk, fresh & dry) UNOA ZVUOWS Welding (both Mon. & Thur.-$40) ROBERT mRZWAn THURSDAY CLASSES 1st night-October 7 Small Woodlot Management ztmro wmm Wooden Sailboat Building RORERT JONES/SUMNER HARRIS Adult Basic Education (nocharge) PEGDUTcHER Women's Studies (7-9 P.M, $20) m CArroLL Chair Reseating GLADES ROSS Typing CJROLYN SANBORN Meatcutting RODY GAUTREAU Craft Sewing for Gift Giving IRENe CROTEAU Accounting (instructor needed) TO BE, ANNOUNCED) Exercise and Aerobic Dance (7-9 P,M. $20 History of Northern N.E. (7-9 P.M. $20.) KATHERiN-[ DONAHUE Special 6 hr. course "'55 ALIVE-MATURE DRIVING" Oct. 26-27 $5 IF YOU MISS THE IST SESSION CALL OXBOW TO INQUIRE ABOUT OPENINGS.