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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-October 7, 1981 Gertrude Hedge f opsiiam -- I. " _ I 439-5422 N Mr. and Mrs.' Horace Mrs. T.M. Taylor this past wedding anniversary at the P lrmo  Johnson of Milton visited at week. Canadian Club on Saturday Fairlee ..... Mrs. Esther Johnson the home of their niece and Word was received of the evening. -- 333-9704 Attorney Bernard Wolfe, Jr. family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie death of Annie Tillotson, Rev. and Mrs. Richard Visitors at the home of Mrs. denominational CanpfJs of N. Haverhill was the Powers Jr. on Sunday. Groton. Her funeral was on White are entertaining his William Neale on Sunday, Crusade for Christ. She will speaker at the Historical Bernard Smith is a patient Thursday. parents for the weekend. Sept. 27, were Mr. and Mrs. describe the work of this Society meeting at the library in Hanover Hospital. He is The congratulations of the Mr. and Mrs. George Hodge Victor Vienneau, of Natck, organization, last week. He helped interpret recovering fromsurgery, community are extended to and Charles Currier were in Mass. The Republican caucus was John Taylor of New York, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Welch Barre on Friday evening to There was a large turnout held Sept. 22, with a good turn- some of the old deeds which were brought in by the visited his brother, Dr. and who celebrated their 25th attend a dinner meeting of the for the pancake breakfast at out despite the weather. The members. It is interesting to Gideons International held at the Federatel Church, Sun- following officers were note that the Charles Morrill 5. " -Kyega[e DorothyHomeister the Hilltop Restaurant. day, Sept. 27. During the elected: Chairman, Virginia farm according to a deed Loran Williams has been at service, the following were dedicated as teachers in the Sunday School: the two and three year olde, Becky Wing; the four and five year olds, Irene Gulley and Carol Marcott; the first through the third grade, Richard Hedge and Karen Cramer; and the fourth through sixth grade, Russell Wing and Russell Smith. Guest speaker at the Federated Church on Oct. 11 will be Miss Janice Blake, of Mead; Vice-Chairman, extended to the west side of Robert Stone; Secretary and the Connecticut River. Are Treasurer, Hazel Flanders; canoes trespassing? Also, the and Finance Chairman, Floyd Smith property ex- Edwin Mead. The Orange tended to the cemetery fence, County delegates are Leith Henderson, Raymond thus including Lover's Lane. Incidentally, the repairing of Thurber, and Virginia Mead. Lover's Lane and Wilson Road Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolles is greatly appreciated. Lovers called on Mr. Bolles' mother Sunday, Sept. 27, in Barre. may now walk there corn- Newton Bolle$ and Don fortably although we willhave Stocking, on Sunday, Sept. 27, to admit that in the 40 years took Fairlee's Model-T fire we owned adjoining land we never noticed any. We were engine to Hanover, N.H., to either too busy or perhaps did Mrs. Virginia Ross, Cottage Hospital in Wood- superintendent of the United sville. Presbyterian Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant, in S. Ryegate reports that the Miss Pearl Grant and Mrs. first classes of the year were Dorothy Homeister were held Sept. 27 with the following dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. teachers in charge: Kin- Marjory Peach of W. dergarten, Cindy Orr; First Newbury. They were and Second grades, Joyce celebrating the birthday of Zampieri; Third and Fourth Mrs. Johnna Manning, grades, Hazel Rosa; Fifth and Danville. Sixth grades, Thelma Whit- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Frost cher; and Jr. High, Priscilla attended church in Barnet Whitcher. Parents are urged Sept. 27 for the dedication of a to enroll their children in these pulpit bible given by the classes. Lackie family in memory of Mrs. Lebro Andreoletti has their parents, Mr. and Mrs. been a medical patient in the Harry Lackie,.Sr. Mary Hitcheock Clinic in Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant, Hanover. and Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Norman Bone and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Ross and family visited the Connecticut Lakes in northern New Hampshire, Sunday. Weekend guests of Mrs. Winnie Frost were her son Delbert and family, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Frost, son John and daughter Patti, Walpole, N.H. and Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Aldrich and family of Bellows Falls. Sunday caller of Mrs. Doris McLam were Mr. and Mrs. Haven Southworth of Barre McCoy, Bradford, visited cousins, Mrs. Barbara Brown, in Campton, N.H. Sept. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Rosa, Los Angelus, Calif., are staying with his mother, Mrs. Bernadine Eastman, until they can find a home here. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Frost and Mrs. Doris McLam at- tended the last service of the season in the Old North Church, in N. Danville, Sept. 27. Mrs. Marilyn Lecker of Texas, is spending two weeks and Leland, Fla.; and Mr. and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibson of Mrs. CrawfordWhitcher. Because of the numerous requests from members of the Ryegate Presbyterian Churches, Rev. Redding is forming an Adult Bible Class to be held on the second and fourth Sunday of the month. The first organizational meeting will he held Oct. 11 at 8:00 p.m. in the South Ryegate vestry. Regular meetings will begin in November. Montpelier; and Miss Lillian Garvin of Montpelier and Avon Park, Fla. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. John Willis. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Giroux were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Russo, Pennsauken, N.J. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant and Miss Pearl Grant visited Wendell Craigie, in Burlington, Sept. 25. The Youth Fellowship will Mrs. Violet Phelps spent be meeting regularly on the several days in Cottage first and third Monday Hospital in Woodsville for evenings ofeachmonthat7:30 tests, to 9:30 p.m. Place will he Mrs. Harriet Evans has announced. been a medical patient at the Lisbon,,, A.V.B.C.C. Activities ..... On Sept. 30, the Berry bus picked up a group of Ammonoosuc Valley Senior home this past week due to illness. Several from town attended the Rotary Auction held in Newbury on Saturday evening. Cindy Hodge spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hodge. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tomlinson of Colchester, and family spent the weekend in town. Dr. and Mrs. T.M. Taylor were in W. Barnet on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Hodge entertained on Saturday evening with a "Best Wishes" party to honor their son William Jr. who left to join the Marines on Sunday. Wooclsvllle A daughter Krystal Ann weighing 3 Ibs, 4 es. was born Beth Nelson to Michael and Susan PAcker • 757-3429 Sept. 25 at the Vermont Hunter Safety Medical Center. She Joins a Course sister, Jaime Lyrm. The The Ammononsuc Valley maternal grandparents are Fish and Game Club spoil- Mr. and Mrs. George Kennedy of Barre; the paternal sored a Hunter Safety Course grandparents are Melvin and on Sept. 23 and 30 at the clubhouse in Swiftwater with a Irene PAcker of Corinth. good attendance. Two more The first Teacher Training classes will be held on Oct. 3 class for the 1981-1982 Good and 4. News Club met Friday, Sept. 25 at the home of Irene PAcker Informal Receptlon Honors Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Halfrey On Sept. 20 an informal wedding reception was held at the home of Robert and Rachel Bishop in Haverhill in honor of Mr. Bishop's mother's marriage to Mr. Elroy E. Halfrey of town. A very enjoyable afternoon was spent with the 73 guests who were served a buffet. The Halfreys recently returned from the first part of a three part honeymoon. They stayed at the Concord Resort Hotel in the Catskills. They will be travelling to Montreal and Orford, N.H. Miss Blake is a take part in a parade of new graduate of the University of and antique fire engines for a not know what Piermont New Hampshire and is a memorial service for firemen, lovers Iookedlike. At the Historical Society worker for the inter- meeting Evelyn Morrill Jcamwkrrg presented the society with Corinth ' ,,., another check to he used for tapes for oral histories. This is the sounds of children in addition to the previous laughing and crying, gifts which the society Friederich Gross now works received from her and Robert in another valley and is not Evans, proceeds from the seen as often. Generally it musical shows which they seems that most folk have planned and directed. Sadly make a trip to visit Mrs. Halfrey's children in North Carolina, Texas, Washington Hiah Bedard State and Ohio. s3s-6725 Church of the bon Town l t . .+ ,, , + Nazamm® Those present were Catherine Th+i'+ was a good at- Snell, Florence Landry, tendance at the showing of the Lillian Finley, Hildah Bedard, Christian film "Survival" at and Margaret Baker. This the Church of the Nazarene on with Joyee Palmer, Lands Sanborn, Grace Sargent and Irene PAcker, the teachers, in attendance. This year they will be under the guidance of Roy. Gareth Tobin of Child Evangelism Fellowship and his wife Nits Tohin. The Tohins are now living in Randolph. Mrs. Pearlene Eastman of Groton spent Thursday af- ternoon visiting Mrs. Iris Jordan. West Corinth Four days of rain followed by four days of November weather got the notion of summer out of most peoples' minds pretty quickly this week. Pre-dawn mantles of woodsmoke hung over the village nearly every morning, replacing the crolseant-like layers of wdst that had here the week before. Small eddies of con- versation swept about town; considered given by "out- siders" since some of the talent is used from other towns. Robert and Evelyn cannot afford this rent and have anything left for the several town projects to which they have so generously donated the proceeds in the past. The date of the Oct. llth tour was changed because the color was coming so fast, too late. for much publicity -- to Oct. 4. The Lawrence Underhill family proudly watched Cynthia Underhill's ap- pearance in the Miss Teen Age pageant at Hampton Beach, Sunday. The sympathy of the community is extended to the Ben Gitchel family who were called to Texas by the death of his mother last week. The Barrett Bensons have returned to their home in Woburn, Mass. after spending the month of August in their village home. Mr. Bensen is undergoing surgery /or a dislocated shoulder this week. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith of Gulfport, Miss. were recent guests of Mrs. Eugene Rob- bins. Mr. Smith grew up in the same Mississippi town as the been preparingthemselvesfor we are informed that there late Mr. Robbins and their the arrival of winter, will he no more since it has parents were close friends. At the risk of wearing out a been decreed that rent must " A large flock of evening frayed and much overworked be paid for the use of the Town grosbeaks were seen and topic, the Zucchini contest was Hall because the shows are heard in the village this week. held Friday at Windswept River._.,Mrs.CiintonSawyer Acres. Zucchinis were suv-Waits 454 matted by various area residents, but the winner has Mrs. Evelyn Tillotson called not yet been announced, on friends in Stowe last Contest organizers plan to Friday. submit the name of the win- The chicken pie supper hers along with a photograph served at Fellowship Hall of theeventnextweek. Saturday evening was very Alphonse Shilling, the Swiss successful and netted over painter who introduced the $250. for the church. concept of the "Volksmarch" Congratulations to the corn- to the village in the spring, mittee. returned for a visit to the dang Bill Patrick of Connecticut deng house. He became ac- was a caller at the Harry cnstomed on his last visit to Clark and Evelyn Tillotson strolling about with his hands homes as well as others behind his back in the swiss Monday. fashion. But this visit he had a Gunvor Agell of Stockholm, broken leg and each time he Sweden, is visiting his brother would attempt to walk that Bertil Agell and family. way, he fell off his crutches Mr. and Mrs. Raymond onto the ground. It was a sad Bosworth of Barre were and unusual sight, supper guests of Evelyn Dana Dubois was the Tillotson Thursday evening weekend guest pf Friederich Gross, the swiss painter who Wells River , has shifted his work to another valley. Dttl'w for NBC WYXRJoins television in New York City Woedcutters Day and seems to be coming up on At Agway alternate weekends. Personnel of WYKR were at OCt. Mrs. Margaret Sawyer, Elgin, Minn., is visiting her niece Mrs. Hiram Tomlinson this week. Twenty membe attended the "Golden Agers dinner at Fellowship Hall Wednesday. Guests were present from Bradford, Vt., Massachusetts+ and Min- nesota. Edith Osmer is still at Central Vermont Hospital. A friendship card was signed by all present to be sent to her. Hiram Tomlinson is a surgical patient at the Mary Hitehcock Hospital, Hanover, N.H. Mrs. Shirley Harrington and Delores visited her mother Gladys Sawyer, Thursday evening. Corinthian Chapter 4Z OE8 to attend Ice Cspades Friends and members of the Citizens in Lisbon and in Franconia. The destination was the Kancamagus High- way with striking foliage colors in many areas. Many tourist attractions and ac- commodations were still open -- most of them through Columbus Day weekend. The Seniors were advised to take their lunches and beverages and were content to eat in the bus due to the cool air and gusty wind. The all-day sunshine was appreciated. As they have in the past, the Seniors aided at the Lions' Health Screening at the Warren,, , ,, Several from town attended the meeting of the National League of Postmasters at White River Jet., last week. This was a meeting of the Vermont and New Hampshire branches and was well at- tended. Postal officials brought the latest to those attending. Approximately three inches of rain hit this section in two days last week. The water table should be getting back to normal after all the rain of this summer. Several took advantage of the bus out of Plymouth Saturday and attended the Chinese Art exhibit in Boston. Still no frost in this section as yet, this is most unusual for New Hampshire the last week in September. It has been 36 degrees a couple of times, but no frost. Foliage is about at it's height and the hills are beautiful, don't wait too long to take that foliage tour, or you'll miss the best color. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wright spent some time in Webster with daughter Marie and husband Loren Scribner one week ago. While there they celebrated grandson Patrick's, birthday along with Wallace s mother Freda Wright and Norms. They then visited another daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Richard Siroiw in Wethersfield, Conn. free service included blood pressure, diabetes, glaucoma, hearing, and vision. Volun- teers would like to see at least coffee served by a local organization as in years past. Next week, October bir- thdays. Cars will leave Lisbon at 12:00 noon, with the Bir- thday Luncheon at 12:30. No food items or door prizes need to be taken. The usual free Blood Pressure Clinic for all who are 18 or over will be held with a change in hours. The time will be from 10:00a.m. to Before returning home they took in the Army Band Con- HANDICAPPED cert in Concord, N.H. ASSOCIATION CVWTP OPEN A hard thunder and MEETING HOUSE .,ihJghtening storm dumped BRADFORD--The Upper BRADFORD--The Champlain her inch and one tenth of Valley Association for Han- Valley Work and Training rain on this section Sunday dicapped Citizens is having Program will he holding an evening, their meeting Monday, Oct. 5 Open House at the Orange On Thursday evening Oct. at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will East Senior Center on Oct. 8 Ist. Mt. Moosilauke Chapter be held at the Life Skills from I:00 to 4:00 p.m. For O.E.S. No. 68 will install it's Center behind the Bradford more information Call 222- officers for the ensueing year. Academy Building. 9323. Sept. 27 in the evening, people spoke of weather One of the more frequent Agway of N. Haverhill for News Brief mostly. Did the frost touch questions one is asked on Woodcutters' Day on Sept. 26. The Frank Parkers held your garden yet'?. Should I being greeted by a neighbor is Included in these interviewed services in Maine last cover the zuchinni tonight? Is "did Diua come up last were Blaine Chickering the weekend, it time to pick all the weekend?" Depending on Homelite representative from eggplants? whether the weekend was an Manchester and Bob Gold- One resident who works in 'alternate one or not, the an- stein, Agway manager. Mr. W. Topsham Bradford, huddled agaiost the swer is generally yes or no. Goldstein told Gerry Brooks Mrs. Kenneth Perry morning chill in the embrace Dins herself is not aware of and PAck Davis that he was of a European shawl asked the cyclical nature of her getting his family moved toN. 439-5939 rather Incredulously looking visits, but it is a source of HaverhillfromHudsonatlast. A meeting of the W. Top- sham Tri-Village Fire Dept. up at the sky, "Can this really much local interest. Rotary Auction belt?" Mrs. Margaret Pratt and The Seventh Annual Wells Auxiliary was held at the When asked what shemeant Cayla Davis both of Bradford River-Wo0˘lsville Rotary Club home of Mrs. Kennetb Perry. by "it" there was no reply, she had lunch at Windswept Acres Auction took place on Sept. 26 Nine ladies were present, had trundled off to work and Monday. beginning at 7:00 p.m. The President Mrs. Louis Watson was gone. John Learmonth Sr. spent a auction included, furniture, 11:30 a.m., not to 12:00. resided. Dorothy Wadsworth Many of the summer people week recently with his son antiques, dinners for two and reported tickets are on sale for have gone too, leaving andwife, Jack Learmonth and gift certificates. A good boarded, dark houses where ansi. He has returned to his amount was earned for Floyd R. Ra a raffle on Home-made once there was dancing and homein West Newton, Mass. seholarsbip funds. , ,i 764-9979 crochet table cloth and hand- This will be a semI-publi'c made pillows." Drawing is Ry installation at 8:00 p.m. and Dec. 5. Thanks to Mrs. Gary egate ,l, 11 ii I , everyone is welcome. A short Tomlinson for making tickets. Mrs. Harry PAtchie, Mrs. Sept. 12 through 14 in Quebec McLure, and Mrs. Gene business meeting will be held Mrs. Murdo Limlaw, Otis Wheeler of E. Ryegate, City in Quebec. Perkins were luncheon guests at 7:30 p.m. and ladies to be chairman of the table for the and Mrs. Rae Elsnor of Mrs. Francis Haggarty of Tuesday, Sept. 29, of Mrs. installed are reminded to auxiliary reported on many Malden, Mass., spent Thtw- Panton and Joan Bradish of William Nelson, Andrew and wear white dresses, ideas for the Craft Christmas sday afternoon as guests of Orwell spent the day Friday, Betsey, after which a work Rev. and Mrs. Richard Item that can be made to he Wellington Lee. Mr. Lee Sept. 25, with Mrs. Haggarty's session was held for craft Manwell attended church for sold at the Christmas Bazaar played works by Brahms and daughter and family Mr. and articles for the Church Bazaar the last time Sunday as they to be held at the Union 36. The Chopin on the piano during Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and planned for OCt. 10 at the will leave for a warmer Auxiliary will have a table part of their visit. Marcy. United Presbyterian Church climate this week. there. It was suggested that Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson, Sunday dinner guests Sept. here. lt was good to have the choir each person make three items Mr. andMrs. Howard Nelson ; 27 of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reginald White, and Rev. back in operation in Church to be sold benefitting the James Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. MeLure, Kimberly and Jared Stanford Blankenship of Sunday morning. Auxiliary. For more m-Richard Forrest of Reading, were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Barnet Center were in Don't forget the Lawn Sale formation call Mrs. Murdo Mass.; and Mr. and Mrs. Aiusworth, Ivan and Tristan Manchester, N.H., Tuesday, on the Methodist Church lawn Limlaw or Mrs. Louise Fremont Nelson, Darcy, fremJeffersonville. Sept. 15, to attend a Oct. 10 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 Watson. Matthew, and Ethan were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Presbytery CouncilMeeting. p.m. weather permitting, The table cloth was made by guests Monday afternoon, Stewart returned to their Mrs. Walter Main, and her otherwise it will be in the Mrs. Kenneth Batten. Sept. 28, of Mr. and Mrs. home in Pittsburg, Pa., daughter Mrs. Owen Winter of vestry. Bring your items and Next meeting to be at the William Nelson, Grant, Thursday, Sept. 24, after Barre, spent the day together attend, home of Mrs, Dorothy Wad- Hannah, Andrew, and Betsey spending the summer months Wednesday, Sept. 30, in Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ramsay sworth on Dec; 5. Welcome for birthday cake and ice at their vacation home here. Hanover. were honored one week ago by everyone. Remember yon cream to celebrate Betsy's Miss Mary Nelson of Calvin Walker of Hampden, an anniversary and birthday don't attend you are missed, second birthday. Burlington was a weekend Me. was a visitor of his party. The party was given by Eleven couples gathered at guest Sept. 25 through 27 of her parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. their daughters and was held the Grange Hall Saturday parents Mr. and Mrs.  Hassall Reginald White Wednesday, at daughter Cheryl and Bob HARVT SUPPER evening, Sept. 26, for an Nelson. Sept. 16, enroute home from a Beraudo in Plymouth, N.H. • ANDAUCTION evening of instruction in Mr. and Mrs. Richard business meeting in White For game only: two small S. STRAFFORD-- The annual Western StyleSquareDancing Forrest of Reading, Mass., River Junction. ' bear have checked in at the Lord's Acre Harvest Supper with caller Eddie Monty. The arrived Saturday, Sept. 26, to Roland Sargent is making local checking stationsofar, and Auction will be held on next dance is planned for spend a week's vacation with good progress at Littleton Pest control no. II, will be Saturday, Oct. I0 at Barret Saturday evening, Oct. 24. her father James Nelson. Hospital in Littletor,, where he doctoring the dump this Hall in S. Stratford. Dinner Walk-ins are welcome at $6.00 Mrs. Margaret Jones of S. is a patient following hip weekend. Keep your pets settings will be at 5:00, 5:45, percouple. Burlington was a luncheon replacement surgery. He away, as what they leave for and 6:30 p.m. For reser- Supper guests Friday guest Friday, Sept. 25, of Mrs. entered the hospital Sept. 22 the rats is not good for pets. rations call 765-4543 or 765- evening, Sept. 25, of Mr, and Gene Perkins. and is expected to be there This is the second time this 4452. Adults $4.50, children, Mrs. Warren McLure, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald about two weeks. year to "control" the dump as $2.50. The Auction will start at Jeanette and Marie and Mrs. White had as an overnight Sunday dinner guests Sept. per March vote, May, and 7:00 p.m. Sponsored by the Edward Corliss were guest Monday, Sept. 14, their 27 of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy October. United Church of Strafford. Jacqueiine McLure and Jim daughter Mrs. Thomas Gibson Nelson were Mr. and Mrs. Emerson of Bradford, Jen- ofS. Burlington. Wayne Heywood of St. nifer McLure of South Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Johnsbury, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Royalton, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sayers of Piermont and Mr. McLure, Alain McLure, Dawn Gates, Peter and Melissa, and and Mrs. John Mdahn, and Thefford, and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Mary Nelson of son David of Bradford. The Edward McLure, Kimberly Burlington; were Sunday dinner was in honor of Mrs. and Jared, in honor of Warren dinner guests Sept. 20 of Mr. Sayers' birthday. McLure's birthday and Jared and Mrs. George Nelson, Todd Mr. and Mrs. Reginald McLure's fourth birthday, and Heidl in Milton in White had as visitors Sunday Mr. and Mrs, Hassall Nelson celebration of Heidi's eighth afternoon, Sept. 27, her with her sister and brother-in- birthday, cousins George Dockham of law Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. Bruce Beauvais and Hamden, Conn., and Mrs. Stewart of Pittsburg, Pa., daughter Meredith, Mrs. Bernice Jackman and Mar- vacationed the weekend of Henry Gates; Mrs. Edward shall Dockham, both of Corinthian Chapter OES will attend the Ice Capades Oct. 31 in Springfield, Mass. This year's stars are Peggy Fleming and Charles Tickuer. Anyone interested may contact Hazel Rosa at 584- 3770, Erma Woodward at 747- 3488 or Wells PAver Gulf at 757- 2291. Blue Meantain Union Schoel Teachers and students received their pictures Sept. 26. Pictures were taken this year by Alston Studios. BMUS students and staff will be printing a magazine with information regarding the school. Parents are also requested to submit items. Nancy Perkins $8,I-Xl 1 Manchester, Conn. There was a good turnout Wednesday evening, Sept. 30, at the United Presbyterian Church here for the "Follow the Fire" Concert presented by Horace Williams, Jr. and Bill Lauf, Jr., two song- writers and musicians who are walking the 400 mile distance from Quebec, down the Connecticut River Valley through Vermont, Massachusetts, and Con- necticut, terminating their hike on Long Island. They are accompanied by four others, two of whom joined them for a portion of the program here. They are giving concerts in towns along their journey about twenty miles apart. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Steele, Heidi and Jonathon of Groton, Conn., were guests Thursday through Sunday, Sept. 24 through 27, of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Kinerson and Jack. Heidi had spent about a week with her grandparents while her parents moved to Groton from Norfolk; Va. Mr. Steele will be stationed at the Naval Base in Groton. NEW BABY GIRL E. TOPSHAM-- Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Danieis, of E. Top- sham, Vt., are the parents of a new baby girl, Crystal Dawn, born Sept. 13 at Central Vermont Hospital, Berlin, Vt. She weighed 6 pounds and 14 ounces. The maternal gran- dparents are Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Downing of East Topsham and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Daniels. of Island Pond, Vt. S. Newbut00 All the S. Newbury postal customers are glad to see Herb Gilson much better and • back on the route. They are sorry to learn that Julie, the 16 year-old dachshund, has been laid to rest. Julie was a staunch protector of the U.S. mail. Some years back she was such a formidable guardian that William Bolger, now postmaster general, when informed of her fierceness, accepted her presence in the mail truck as a substitute for locks and weapons. April Tannhauser is spousoring a play-group of two year olds and under. Five are presently enrolled. Norman Williams is living in his barn till his new house is built. The old one has been taken down. He would like to find out When the original one was built. Becki Smith visited the Haubrichs last week. Heather is on the Junior] Team at Kimballi John Grow is this to Salisbury, Harris of Oxbow. Mr. of Cranston, Tuesday guests of 007 recently that he preciated. The has had tirely of forms He feels he iJ prestige when zero to mail handlers vehicle delivery me building maintenance you would Wentworth Annie Ross, Conme aohn- son's aunt, recently celebrated her 90th birthday. She has lived here for ten years plus two at Wanda's Rest Home. Mr. and Mrs. David Williams have been en- tertaining Mrs. Williams' sister Carole and brother, Andre LaRochelle, of Mon- treal, and their friends Johnny LeBlanc and Sylvia Sandeier of Cowansville, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. David Breck of Redding spent the week with Mrs. Breck's mother, Mrs. Kenneth Bates. Grover Young of Milford was the guest of Mrs. Grover Breck, his mother-in-law this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Gordon of Grafton visited his nephew Lionel Gordon on Wednesday. Ruth Van Aux is at home after a visit with her aunt in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Irving A. MacDonald have announced the marriage of their daughter, Lisa Ann, on Saturday, Sept. 27, to David Charles Coffin. The Wentworth Baptist Church will celebrate Home- Coming Day on Sunday, OCt. II, from 10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. There will be a guest Beth Nelsen 757-3429 Blue Mountain girls defeated Lyndonville last week in soccer in the rain. Republican Cauem speaker and the worship dinner will be all making Oct. 7 with Chase at ternonn sessi0 reading fron records, hymn sing. Theodore purchased owned by on Atwell Hill. Sarah Sears + the weekend she is a ordained Bethany Church. years. At last the Fellowship; officers were Wendell, president; Wentworth, Karen secretary; of Pike, enjoyed a Gift." Judy Pease thrilling executing business. Cribbage games will begin at 7:00 p.m. on Oct. 12 at E. Corinth. They run 10 weeks yard with two weeks off at Christmas and New Years. to help Then they proceed 10 weeks 10:00 a.Va more. A banquet is held at the end with men and women each getting awards for both high and low players. All are or welcome. 4423 Clifford and Esther French 5590 (pan were in Hollis, N.H. from Friday the 25th thru Sunday at the home of her son and family, Irvin Laundry. A boy Kristopher Johin, weighing six pounds, 13 ounces, 19 and three-quarters Inches long was born Sept. 30 to Jeffrey and Judi Thurston at Hanover Hospital. inform Maternal grandparents are David and Barbara Martin of Newbury. Paternal grand- the parents are Forrest and Pat Ferry Oct. 7 Thurston of Bradford. Gerard and Ghlse]e Belair formatiOn' at Newbury The Newbury Republican Mr. and Caucus met at the Town House mond on Sept. 22. Albert Stevens Miss Judy called the meeting to order Boston were and officers were elected as follows: Chairman-Larry Sunday Lasseigne; Vice Chairman- ages four Martin Smit; Secretary - Beth Sunday, Octt Nelson; Treasurer - Charles tworth Cheney; and Finance Church Chairman and Asat. Treasurer. Luella Lasseigne. nounced. The' Delegates were appointed from I0:00 to as follows: Charles Cheney, entire Larry Lasseigne, Mary Jane and Martin Smit. Woodsvme OETA A large Meetlug somewhere On Sept. 22, the OBTA held seen early their regular monthly bar. between the thday party for :September and the birthday children, Chrlstele the Common. Aldrich, Madellne Hanson and seen since. Bernice Bishop Halfrey. Bea getting Milnor and Ruth Norris served as hostesses. Since Mrs. Halfrey, the official cake maker was celebrating her LYME--Mr.J birthday Judy Towne, Safford of daughter-iv,-law of Marion and parents d Tony Towne made the cake Nephi which was decorated as a 18 at puppy. Eighteen were Hospital. present. Bradford + , , Arlene and Brent Williams closed have a daughter, Kristin May, born Sept. 6 at the Cottage they Hospital, weighing in at seven Peak pounds eight ,and one-half colors. ounces. Maternal grand- Moores, parents are William and brother, Pauline Clark of Bradford. Paternal grandparents are The Paul and Muriel Williams of sale, pluS E. Corinth. raise the Grand held at the on Sept. assisted in the officers Association. helped Page 6-The Journal Opinion-October 7, 1981 Gertrude Hedge f opsiiam -- I. " _ I 439-5422 N Mr. and Mrs.' Horace Mrs. T.M. Taylor this past wedding anniversary at the P lrmo  Johnson of Milton visited at week. Canadian Club on Saturday Fairlee ..... Mrs. Esther Johnson the home of their niece and Word was received of the evening. -- 333-9704 Attorney Bernard Wolfe, Jr. family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie death of Annie Tillotson, Rev. and Mrs. Richard Visitors at the home of Mrs. denominational CanpfJs of N. Haverhill was the Powers Jr. on Sunday. Groton. Her funeral was on White are entertaining his William Neale on Sunday, Crusade for Christ. She will speaker at the Historical Bernard Smith is a patient Thursday. parents for the weekend. Sept. 27, were Mr. and Mrs. describe the work of this Society meeting at the library in Hanover Hospital. He is The congratulations of the Mr. and Mrs. George Hodge Victor Vienneau, of Natck, organization, last week. He helped interpret recovering fromsurgery, community are extended to and Charles Currier were in Mass. The Republican caucus was John Taylor of New York, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Welch Barre on Friday evening to There was a large turnout held Sept. 22, with a good turn- some of the old deeds which were brought in by the visited his brother, Dr. and who celebrated their 25th attend a dinner meeting of the for the pancake breakfast at out despite the weather. The members. It is interesting to Gideons International held at the Federatel Church, Sun- following officers were note that the Charles Morrill 5. " -Kyega[e DorothyHomeister the Hilltop Restaurant. day, Sept. 27. During the elected: Chairman, Virginia farm according to a deed Loran Williams has been at service, the following were dedicated as teachers in the Sunday School: the two and three year olde, Becky Wing; the four and five year olds, Irene Gulley and Carol Marcott; the first through the third grade, Richard Hedge and Karen Cramer; and the fourth through sixth grade, Russell Wing and Russell Smith. Guest speaker at the Federated Church on Oct. 11 will be Miss Janice Blake, of Mead; Vice-Chairman, extended to the west side of Robert Stone; Secretary and the Connecticut River. Are Treasurer, Hazel Flanders; canoes trespassing? Also, the and Finance Chairman, Floyd Smith property ex- Edwin Mead. The Orange tended to the cemetery fence, County delegates are Leith Henderson, Raymond thus including Lover's Lane. Incidentally, the repairing of Thurber, and Virginia Mead. Lover's Lane and Wilson Road Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolles is greatly appreciated. Lovers called on Mr. Bolles' mother Sunday, Sept. 27, in Barre. may now walk there corn- Newton Bolle$ and Don fortably although we willhave Stocking, on Sunday, Sept. 27, to admit that in the 40 years took Fairlee's Model-T fire we owned adjoining land we never noticed any. We were engine to Hanover, N.H., to either too busy or perhaps did Mrs. Virginia Ross, Cottage Hospital in Wood- superintendent of the United sville. Presbyterian Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant, in S. Ryegate reports that the Miss Pearl Grant and Mrs. first classes of the year were Dorothy Homeister were held Sept. 27 with the following dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. teachers in charge: Kin- Marjory Peach of W. dergarten, Cindy Orr; First Newbury. They were and Second grades, Joyce celebrating the birthday of Zampieri; Third and Fourth Mrs. Johnna Manning, grades, Hazel Rosa; Fifth and Danville. Sixth grades, Thelma Whit- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Frost cher; and Jr. High, Priscilla attended church in Barnet Whitcher. Parents are urged Sept. 27 for the dedication of a to enroll their children in these pulpit bible given by the classes. Lackie family in memory of Mrs. Lebro Andreoletti has their parents, Mr. and Mrs. been a medical patient in the Harry Lackie,.Sr. Mary Hitcheock Clinic in Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant, Hanover. and Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Norman Bone and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Ross and family visited the Connecticut Lakes in northern New Hampshire, Sunday. Weekend guests of Mrs. Winnie Frost were her son Delbert and family, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Frost, son John and daughter Patti, Walpole, N.H. and Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Aldrich and family of Bellows Falls. Sunday caller of Mrs. Doris McLam were Mr. and Mrs. Haven Southworth of Barre McCoy, Bradford, visited cousins, Mrs. Barbara Brown, in Campton, N.H. Sept. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Rosa, Los Angelus, Calif., are staying with his mother, Mrs. Bernadine Eastman, until they can find a home here. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Frost and Mrs. Doris McLam at- tended the last service of the season in the Old North Church, in N. Danville, Sept. 27. Mrs. Marilyn Lecker of Texas, is spending two weeks and Leland, Fla.; and Mr. and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibson of Mrs. CrawfordWhitcher. Because of the numerous requests from members of the Ryegate Presbyterian Churches, Rev. Redding is forming an Adult Bible Class to be held on the second and fourth Sunday of the month. The first organizational meeting will he held Oct. 11 at 8:00 p.m. in the South Ryegate vestry. Regular meetings will begin in November. Montpelier; and Miss Lillian Garvin of Montpelier and Avon Park, Fla. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. John Willis. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Giroux were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Russo, Pennsauken, N.J. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant and Miss Pearl Grant visited Wendell Craigie, in Burlington, Sept. 25. The Youth Fellowship will Mrs. Violet Phelps spent be meeting regularly on the several days in Cottage first and third Monday Hospital in Woodsville for evenings ofeachmonthat7:30 tests, to 9:30 p.m. Place will he Mrs. Harriet Evans has announced. been a medical patient at the Lisbon,,, A.V.B.C.C. Activities ..... On Sept. 30, the Berry bus picked up a group of Ammonoosuc Valley Senior home this past week due to illness. Several from town attended the Rotary Auction held in Newbury on Saturday evening. Cindy Hodge spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hodge. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tomlinson of Colchester, and family spent the weekend in town. Dr. and Mrs. T.M. Taylor were in W. Barnet on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Hodge entertained on Saturday evening with a "Best Wishes" party to honor their son William Jr. who left to join the Marines on Sunday. Wooclsvllle A daughter Krystal Ann weighing 3 Ibs, 4 es. was born Beth Nelson to Michael and Susan PAcker • 757-3429 Sept. 25 at the Vermont Hunter Safety Medical Center. She Joins a Course sister, Jaime Lyrm. The The Ammononsuc Valley maternal grandparents are Fish and Game Club spoil- Mr. and Mrs. George Kennedy of Barre; the paternal sored a Hunter Safety Course grandparents are Melvin and on Sept. 23 and 30 at the clubhouse in Swiftwater with a Irene PAcker of Corinth. good attendance. Two more The first Teacher Training classes will be held on Oct. 3 class for the 1981-1982 Good and 4. News Club met Friday, Sept. 25 at the home of Irene PAcker Informal Receptlon Honors Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Halfrey On Sept. 20 an informal wedding reception was held at the home of Robert and Rachel Bishop in Haverhill in honor of Mr. Bishop's mother's marriage to Mr. Elroy E. Halfrey of town. A very enjoyable afternoon was spent with the 73 guests who were served a buffet. The Halfreys recently returned from the first part of a three part honeymoon. They stayed at the Concord Resort Hotel in the Catskills. They will be travelling to Montreal and Orford, N.H. Miss Blake is a take part in a parade of new graduate of the University of and antique fire engines for a not know what Piermont New Hampshire and is a memorial service for firemen, lovers Iookedlike. At the Historical Society worker for the inter- meeting Evelyn Morrill Jcamwkrrg presented the society with Corinth ' ,,., another check to he used for tapes for oral histories. This is the sounds of children in addition to the previous laughing and crying, gifts which the society Friederich Gross now works received from her and Robert in another valley and is not Evans, proceeds from the seen as often. Generally it musical shows which they seems that most folk have planned and directed. Sadly make a trip to visit Mrs. Halfrey's children in North Carolina, Texas, Washington Hiah Bedard State and Ohio. s3s-6725 Church of the bon Town l t . .+ ,, , + Nazamm® Those present were Catherine Th+i'+ was a good at- Snell, Florence Landry, tendance at the showing of the Lillian Finley, Hildah Bedard, Christian film "Survival" at and Margaret Baker. This the Church of the Nazarene on with Joyee Palmer, Lands Sanborn, Grace Sargent and Irene PAcker, the teachers, in attendance. This year they will be under the guidance of Roy. Gareth Tobin of Child Evangelism Fellowship and his wife Nits Tohin. The Tohins are now living in Randolph. Mrs. Pearlene Eastman of Groton spent Thursday af- ternoon visiting Mrs. Iris Jordan. West Corinth Four days of rain followed by four days of November weather got the notion of summer out of most peoples' minds pretty quickly this week. Pre-dawn mantles of woodsmoke hung over the village nearly every morning, replacing the crolseant-like layers of wdst that had here the week before. Small eddies of con- versation swept about town; considered given by "out- siders" since some of the talent is used from other towns. Robert and Evelyn cannot afford this rent and have anything left for the several town projects to which they have so generously donated the proceeds in the past. The date of the Oct. llth tour was changed because the color was coming so fast, too late. for much publicity -- to Oct. 4. The Lawrence Underhill family proudly watched Cynthia Underhill's ap- pearance in the Miss Teen Age pageant at Hampton Beach, Sunday. The sympathy of the community is extended to the Ben Gitchel family who were called to Texas by the death of his mother last week. The Barrett Bensons have returned to their home in Woburn, Mass. after spending the month of August in their village home. Mr. Bensen is undergoing surgery /or a dislocated shoulder this week. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith of Gulfport, Miss. were recent guests of Mrs. Eugene Rob- bins. Mr. Smith grew up in the same Mississippi town as the been preparingthemselvesfor we are informed that there late Mr. Robbins and their the arrival of winter, will he no more since it has parents were close friends. At the risk of wearing out a been decreed that rent must " A large flock of evening frayed and much overworked be paid for the use of the Town grosbeaks were seen and topic, the Zucchini contest was Hall because the shows are heard in the village this week. held Friday at Windswept River._.,Mrs.CiintonSawyer Acres. Zucchinis were suv-Waits 454 matted by various area residents, but the winner has Mrs. Evelyn Tillotson called not yet been announced, on friends in Stowe last Contest organizers plan to Friday. submit the name of the win- The chicken pie supper hers along with a photograph served at Fellowship Hall of theeventnextweek. Saturday evening was very Alphonse Shilling, the Swiss successful and netted over painter who introduced the $250. for the church. concept of the "Volksmarch" Congratulations to the corn- to the village in the spring, mittee. returned for a visit to the dang Bill Patrick of Connecticut deng house. He became ac- was a caller at the Harry cnstomed on his last visit to Clark and Evelyn Tillotson strolling about with his hands homes as well as others behind his back in the swiss Monday. fashion. But this visit he had a Gunvor Agell of Stockholm, broken leg and each time he Sweden, is visiting his brother would attempt to walk that Bertil Agell and family. way, he fell off his crutches Mr. and Mrs. Raymond onto the ground. It was a sad Bosworth of Barre were and unusual sight, supper guests of Evelyn Dana Dubois was the Tillotson Thursday evening weekend guest pf Friederich Gross, the swiss painter who Wells River , has shifted his work to another valley. Dttl'w for NBC WYXRJoins television in New York City Woedcutters Day and seems to be coming up on At Agway alternate weekends. Personnel of WYKR were at OCt. Mrs. Margaret Sawyer, Elgin, Minn., is visiting her niece Mrs. Hiram Tomlinson this week. Twenty membe attended the "Golden Agers dinner at Fellowship Hall Wednesday. Guests were present from Bradford, Vt., Massachusetts+ and Min- nesota. Edith Osmer is still at Central Vermont Hospital. A friendship card was signed by all present to be sent to her. Hiram Tomlinson is a surgical patient at the Mary Hitehcock Hospital, Hanover, N.H. Mrs. Shirley Harrington and Delores visited her mother Gladys Sawyer, Thursday evening. Corinthian Chapter 4Z OE8 to attend Ice Cspades Friends and members of the Citizens in Lisbon and in Franconia. The destination was the Kancamagus High- way with striking foliage colors in many areas. Many tourist attractions and ac- commodations were still open -- most of them through Columbus Day weekend. The Seniors were advised to take their lunches and beverages and were content to eat in the bus due to the cool air and gusty wind. The all-day sunshine was appreciated. As they have in the past, the Seniors aided at the Lions' Health Screening at the Warren,, , ,, Several from town attended the meeting of the National League of Postmasters at White River Jet., last week. This was a meeting of the Vermont and New Hampshire branches and was well at- tended. Postal officials brought the latest to those attending. Approximately three inches of rain hit this section in two days last week. The water table should be getting back to normal after all the rain of this summer. Several took advantage of the bus out of Plymouth Saturday and attended the Chinese Art exhibit in Boston. Still no frost in this section as yet, this is most unusual for New Hampshire the last week in September. It has been 36 degrees a couple of times, but no frost. Foliage is about at it's height and the hills are beautiful, don't wait too long to take that foliage tour, or you'll miss the best color. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wright spent some time in Webster with daughter Marie and husband Loren Scribner one week ago. While there they celebrated grandson Patrick's, birthday along with Wallace s mother Freda Wright and Norms. They then visited another daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Richard Siroiw in Wethersfield, Conn. free service included blood pressure, diabetes, glaucoma, hearing, and vision. Volun- teers would like to see at least coffee served by a local organization as in years past. Next week, October bir- thdays. Cars will leave Lisbon at 12:00 noon, with the Bir- thday Luncheon at 12:30. No food items or door prizes need to be taken. The usual free Blood Pressure Clinic for all who are 18 or over will be held with a change in hours. The time will be from 10:00a.m. to Before returning home they took in the Army Band Con- HANDICAPPED cert in Concord, N.H. ASSOCIATION CVWTP OPEN A hard thunder and MEETING HOUSE .,ihJghtening storm dumped BRADFORD--The Upper BRADFORD--The Champlain her inch and one tenth of Valley Association for Han- Valley Work and Training rain on this section Sunday dicapped Citizens is having Program will he holding an evening, their meeting Monday, Oct. 5 Open House at the Orange On Thursday evening Oct. at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will East Senior Center on Oct. 8 Ist. Mt. Moosilauke Chapter be held at the Life Skills from I:00 to 4:00 p.m. For O.E.S. No. 68 will install it's Center behind the Bradford more information Call 222- officers for the ensueing year. Academy Building. 9323. Sept. 27 in the evening, people spoke of weather One of the more frequent Agway of N. Haverhill for News Brief mostly. Did the frost touch questions one is asked on Woodcutters' Day on Sept. 26. The Frank Parkers held your garden yet'?. Should I being greeted by a neighbor is Included in these interviewed services in Maine last cover the zuchinni tonight? Is "did Diua come up last were Blaine Chickering the weekend, it time to pick all the weekend?" Depending on Homelite representative from eggplants? whether the weekend was an Manchester and Bob Gold- One resident who works in 'alternate one or not, the an- stein, Agway manager. Mr. W. Topsham Bradford, huddled agaiost the swer is generally yes or no. Goldstein told Gerry Brooks Mrs. Kenneth Perry morning chill in the embrace Dins herself is not aware of and PAck Davis that he was of a European shawl asked the cyclical nature of her getting his family moved toN. 439-5939 rather Incredulously looking visits, but it is a source of HaverhillfromHudsonatlast. A meeting of the W. Top- sham Tri-Village Fire Dept. up at the sky, "Can this really much local interest. Rotary Auction belt?" Mrs. Margaret Pratt and The Seventh Annual Wells Auxiliary was held at the When asked what shemeant Cayla Davis both of Bradford River-Wo0˘lsville Rotary Club home of Mrs. Kennetb Perry. by "it" there was no reply, she had lunch at Windswept Acres Auction took place on Sept. 26 Nine ladies were present, had trundled off to work and Monday. beginning at 7:00 p.m. The President Mrs. Louis Watson was gone. John Learmonth Sr. spent a auction included, furniture, 11:30 a.m., not to 12:00. resided. Dorothy Wadsworth Many of the summer people week recently with his son antiques, dinners for two and reported tickets are on sale for have gone too, leaving andwife, Jack Learmonth and gift certificates. A good boarded, dark houses where ansi. He has returned to his amount was earned for Floyd R. Ra a raffle on Home-made once there was dancing and homein West Newton, Mass. seholarsbip funds. , ,i 764-9979 crochet table cloth and hand- This will be a semI-publi'c made pillows." Drawing is Ry installation at 8:00 p.m. and Dec. 5. Thanks to Mrs. Gary egate ,l, 11 ii I , everyone is welcome. A short Tomlinson for making tickets. Mrs. Harry PAtchie, Mrs. Sept. 12 through 14 in Quebec McLure, and Mrs. Gene business meeting will be held Mrs. Murdo Limlaw, Otis Wheeler of E. Ryegate, City in Quebec. Perkins were luncheon guests at 7:30 p.m. and ladies to be chairman of the table for the and Mrs. Rae Elsnor of Mrs. Francis Haggarty of Tuesday, Sept. 29, of Mrs. installed are reminded to auxiliary reported on many Malden, Mass., spent Thtw- Panton and Joan Bradish of William Nelson, Andrew and wear white dresses, ideas for the Craft Christmas sday afternoon as guests of Orwell spent the day Friday, Betsey, after which a work Rev. and Mrs. Richard Item that can be made to he Wellington Lee. Mr. Lee Sept. 25, with Mrs. Haggarty's session was held for craft Manwell attended church for sold at the Christmas Bazaar played works by Brahms and daughter and family Mr. and articles for the Church Bazaar the last time Sunday as they to be held at the Union 36. The Chopin on the piano during Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and planned for OCt. 10 at the will leave for a warmer Auxiliary will have a table part of their visit. Marcy. United Presbyterian Church climate this week. there. It was suggested that Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson, Sunday dinner guests Sept. here. lt was good to have the choir each person make three items Mr. andMrs. Howard Nelson ; 27 of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reginald White, and Rev. back in operation in Church to be sold benefitting the James Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. MeLure, Kimberly and Jared Stanford Blankenship of Sunday morning. Auxiliary. For more m-Richard Forrest of Reading, were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Barnet Center were in Don't forget the Lawn Sale formation call Mrs. Murdo Mass.; and Mr. and Mrs. Aiusworth, Ivan and Tristan Manchester, N.H., Tuesday, on the Methodist Church lawn Limlaw or Mrs. Louise Fremont Nelson, Darcy, fremJeffersonville. Sept. 15, to attend a Oct. 10 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 Watson. Matthew, and Ethan were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Presbytery CouncilMeeting. p.m. weather permitting, The table cloth was made by guests Monday afternoon, Stewart returned to their Mrs. Walter Main, and her otherwise it will be in the Mrs. Kenneth Batten. Sept. 28, of Mr. and Mrs. home in Pittsburg, Pa., daughter Mrs. Owen Winter of vestry. Bring your items and Next meeting to be at the William Nelson, Grant, Thursday, Sept. 24, after Barre, spent the day together attend, home of Mrs, Dorothy Wad- Hannah, Andrew, and Betsey spending the summer months Wednesday, Sept. 30, in Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ramsay sworth on Dec; 5. Welcome for birthday cake and ice at their vacation home here. Hanover. were honored one week ago by everyone. Remember yon cream to celebrate Betsy's Miss Mary Nelson of Calvin Walker of Hampden, an anniversary and birthday don't attend you are missed, second birthday. Burlington was a weekend Me. was a visitor of his party. The party was given by Eleven couples gathered at guest Sept. 25 through 27 of her parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. their daughters and was held the Grange Hall Saturday parents Mr. and Mrs.  Hassall Reginald White Wednesday, at daughter Cheryl and Bob HARVT SUPPER evening, Sept. 26, for an Nelson. Sept. 16, enroute home from a Beraudo in Plymouth, N.H. • ANDAUCTION evening of instruction in Mr. and Mrs. Richard business meeting in White For game only: two small S. STRAFFORD-- The annual Western StyleSquareDancing Forrest of Reading, Mass., River Junction. ' bear have checked in at the Lord's Acre Harvest Supper with caller Eddie Monty. The arrived Saturday, Sept. 26, to Roland Sargent is making local checking stationsofar, and Auction will be held on next dance is planned for spend a week's vacation with good progress at Littleton Pest control no. II, will be Saturday, Oct. I0 at Barret Saturday evening, Oct. 24. her father James Nelson. Hospital in Littletor,, where he doctoring the dump this Hall in S. Stratford. Dinner Walk-ins are welcome at $6.00 Mrs. Margaret Jones of S. is a patient following hip weekend. Keep your pets settings will be at 5:00, 5:45, percouple. Burlington was a luncheon replacement surgery. He away, as what they leave for and 6:30 p.m. For reser- Supper guests Friday guest Friday, Sept. 25, of Mrs. entered the hospital Sept. 22 the rats is not good for pets. rations call 765-4543 or 765- evening, Sept. 25, of Mr, and Gene Perkins. and is expected to be there This is the second time this 4452. Adults $4.50, children, Mrs. Warren McLure, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald about two weeks. year to "control" the dump as $2.50. The Auction will start at Jeanette and Marie and Mrs. White had as an overnight Sunday dinner guests Sept. per March vote, May, and 7:00 p.m. Sponsored by the Edward Corliss were guest Monday, Sept. 14, their 27 of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy October. United Church of Strafford. Jacqueiine McLure and Jim daughter Mrs. Thomas Gibson Nelson were Mr. and Mrs. Emerson of Bradford, Jen- ofS. Burlington. Wayne Heywood of St. nifer McLure of South Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Johnsbury, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Royalton, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sayers of Piermont and Mr. McLure, Alain McLure, Dawn Gates, Peter and Melissa, and and Mrs. John Mdahn, and Thefford, and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Mary Nelson of son David of Bradford. The Edward McLure, Kimberly Burlington; were Sunday dinner was in honor of Mrs. and Jared, in honor of Warren dinner guests Sept. 20 of Mr. Sayers' birthday. McLure's birthday and Jared and Mrs. George Nelson, Todd Mr. and Mrs. Reginald McLure's fourth birthday, and Heidl in Milton in White had as visitors Sunday Mr. and Mrs, Hassall Nelson celebration of Heidi's eighth afternoon, Sept. 27, her with her sister and brother-in- birthday, cousins George Dockham of law Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. Bruce Beauvais and Hamden, Conn., and Mrs. Stewart of Pittsburg, Pa., daughter Meredith, Mrs. Bernice Jackman and Mar- vacationed the weekend of Henry Gates; Mrs. Edward shall Dockham, both of Corinthian Chapter OES will attend the Ice Capades Oct. 31 in Springfield, Mass. This year's stars are Peggy Fleming and Charles Tickuer. Anyone interested may contact Hazel Rosa at 584- 3770, Erma Woodward at 747- 3488 or Wells PAver Gulf at 757- 2291. Blue Meantain Union Schoel Teachers and students received their pictures Sept. 26. Pictures were taken this year by Alston Studios. BMUS students and staff will be printing a magazine with information regarding the school. Parents are also requested to submit items. Nancy Perkins $8,I-Xl 1 Manchester, Conn. There was a good turnout Wednesday evening, Sept. 30, at the United Presbyterian Church here for the "Follow the Fire" Concert presented by Horace Williams, Jr. and Bill Lauf, Jr., two song- writers and musicians who are walking the 400 mile distance from Quebec, down the Connecticut River Valley through Vermont, Massachusetts, and Con- necticut, terminating their hike on Long Island. They are accompanied by four others, two of whom joined them for a portion of the program here. They are giving concerts in towns along their journey about twenty miles apart. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Steele, Heidi and Jonathon of Groton, Conn., were guests Thursday through Sunday, Sept. 24 through 27, of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Kinerson and Jack. Heidi had spent about a week with her grandparents while her parents moved to Groton from Norfolk; Va. Mr. Steele will be stationed at the Naval Base in Groton. NEW BABY GIRL E. TOPSHAM-- Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Danieis, of E. Top- sham, Vt., are the parents of a new baby girl, Crystal Dawn, born Sept. 13 at Central Vermont Hospital, Berlin, Vt. She weighed 6 pounds and 14 ounces. The maternal gran- dparents are Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Downing of East Topsham and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Daniels. of Island Pond, Vt. S. Newbut00 All the S. Newbury postal customers are glad to see Herb Gilson much better and • back on the route. They are sorry to learn that Julie, the 16 year-old dachshund, has been laid to rest. Julie was a staunch protector of the U.S. mail. Some years back she was such a formidable guardian that William Bolger, now postmaster general, when informed of her fierceness, accepted her presence in the mail truck as a substitute for locks and weapons. April Tannhauser is spousoring a play-group of two year olds and under. Five are presently enrolled. Norman Williams is living in his barn till his new house is built. The old one has been taken down. He would like to find out When the original one was built. Becki Smith visited the Haubrichs last week. Heather is on the Junior] Team at Kimballi John Grow is this to Salisbury, Harris of Oxbow. Mr. of Cranston, Tuesday guests of 007 recently that he preciated. The has had tirely of forms He feels he iJ prestige when zero to mail handlers vehicle delivery me building maintenance you would Wentworth Annie Ross, Conme aohn- son's aunt, recently celebrated her 90th birthday. She has lived here for ten years plus two at Wanda's Rest Home. Mr. and Mrs. David Williams have been en- tertaining Mrs. Williams' sister Carole and brother, Andre LaRochelle, of Mon- treal, and their friends Johnny LeBlanc and Sylvia Sandeier of Cowansville, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. David Breck of Redding spent the week with Mrs. Breck's mother, Mrs. Kenneth Bates. Grover Young of Milford was the guest of Mrs. Grover Breck, his mother-in-law this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Gordon of Grafton visited his nephew Lionel Gordon on Wednesday. Ruth Van Aux is at home after a visit with her aunt in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Irving A. MacDonald have announced the marriage of their daughter, Lisa Ann, on Saturday, Sept. 27, to David Charles Coffin. The Wentworth Baptist Church will celebrate Home- Coming Day on Sunday, OCt. II, from 10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. There will be a guest Beth Nelsen 757-3429 Blue Mountain girls defeated Lyndonville last week in soccer in the rain. Republican Cauem speaker and the worship dinner will be all making Oct. 7 with Chase at ternonn sessi0 reading fron records, hymn sing. Theodore purchased owned by on Atwell Hill. Sarah Sears + the weekend she is a ordained Bethany Church. years. At last the Fellowship; officers were Wendell, president; Wentworth, Karen secretary; of Pike, enjoyed a Gift." Judy Pease thrilling executing business. Cribbage games will begin at 7:00 p.m. on Oct. 12 at E. Corinth. They run 10 weeks yard with two weeks off at Christmas and New Years. to help Then they proceed 10 weeks 10:00 a.Va more. A banquet is held at the end with men and women each getting awards for both high and low players. All are or welcome. 4423 Clifford and Esther French 5590 (pan were in Hollis, N.H. from Friday the 25th thru Sunday at the home of her son and family, Irvin Laundry. A boy Kristopher Johin, weighing six pounds, 13 ounces, 19 and three-quarters Inches long was born Sept. 30 to Jeffrey and Judi Thurston at Hanover Hospital. inform Maternal grandparents are David and Barbara Martin of Newbury. Paternal grand- the parents are Forrest and Pat Ferry Oct. 7 Thurston of Bradford. Gerard and Ghlse]e Belair formatiOn' at Newbury The Newbury Republican Mr. and Caucus met at the Town House mond on Sept. 22. Albert Stevens Miss Judy called the meeting to order Boston were and officers were elected as follows: Chairman-Larry Sunday Lasseigne; Vice Chairman- ages four Martin Smit; Secretary - Beth Sunday, Octt Nelson; Treasurer - Charles tworth Cheney; and Finance Church Chairman and Asat. Treasurer. Luella Lasseigne. nounced. The' Delegates were appointed from I0:00 to as follows: Charles Cheney, entire Larry Lasseigne, Mary Jane and Martin Smit. Woodsvme OETA A large Meetlug somewhere On Sept. 22, the OBTA held seen early their regular monthly bar. between the thday party for :September and the birthday children, Chrlstele the Common. Aldrich, Madellne Hanson and seen since. Bernice Bishop Halfrey. Bea getting Milnor and Ruth Norris served as hostesses. Since Mrs. Halfrey, the official cake maker was celebrating her LYME--Mr.J birthday Judy Towne, Safford of daughter-iv,-law of Marion and parents d Tony Towne made the cake Nephi which was decorated as a 18 at puppy. Eighteen were Hospital. present. Bradford + , , Arlene and Brent Williams closed have a daughter, Kristin May, born Sept. 6 at the Cottage they Hospital, weighing in at seven Peak pounds eight ,and one-half colors. ounces. Maternal grand- Moores, parents are William and brother, Pauline Clark of Bradford. Paternal grandparents are The Paul and Muriel Williams of sale, pluS E. Corinth. raise the Grand held at the on Sept. assisted in the officers Association. helped