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&apos;age 10-The Journal Opinion-October 27, 1982 OODSV ,, ,, ,, ,,, 45th Wedding Anniversary Baptist parish and many other On Oct. 16, the Calvary friends andrelatives. aptist Church was the scene Pastor Parker's younger f a 45th Wedding Anniversary brother, Clarence, and his : elebration for the Pastor and wife Jessie of Saugus, Mass., h's. Albert Parker who have were present for the occasion. lso served the Lord for 45 Betty Daniels was pianist. ears. Pastor and Mrs. Albert About 80 friends and Parker were married on Sept. datives gathered for the 5, 1937 and held their first :casion. Jim Elliott was service that night in the taster of Ceremonies for a Cambridgeport Church. Not ecollection time when only were they involved in avorites of the Parkers were Church ministries, but Pastor ang by Millie Chicoine, who Parker was part of the ad formerly lived with her founding of the Bible Institute arents, the Ray Chicoines, in of New England which had its ae apartment above the inception in Hartford, Vt. He 'arkers. Many of those was Scan for several years. ,resent spoke of the way the He taught school in 9rd had used the Parkers in Cookeville, and in the early heir ministry. Dorothy seventies, the couple were Iorrison of Lower Waterford, missionaries to France under r almost all of the 45 years the Bible Christian Union ed a poem she had written where Pastor Parker not only nd read at afarewellservice had a ministry among in- cam the Lower Waterford ternationals but also taught :hurch about 40 years ago. English. He also preached in One of their earliest the Chinese church. cquaintances remembered For the past 12 years they ae duets the couple often sang l'ave lived in Woodsville and nd requested them to sing served in the Calvary Baptist In the Garden," which they Church. id. Their oldest daughter, They are the parents of four :eth Nelson, read an allegory children: Beth Nelson. Wells :ff their lives that she had ,ritten. An arrangement of early )hotographs was made by BRADFORD heir granddaughter, Ruth Clifford and Esther French ';elson. The festive cake was spent last weekend in Hollis, lade by Hazel Plaeey. N.H., with her son Yrvine efreshments were served by Laundry and family. he women of the church. The Last Tuesday, Clifford money tree was made by French went to Nortlffield, iobert Brown and Juanita Mass., and brought home a i';lliott Belyea directed the 1941Chevrolet.  ecorating. On Sept. 5, a birthday party Guests were present from was held for one-year old 'o of their former churches: Skeeter Ames at the home of m Lower Waterford his parents, Bernard and :ongregational Church (their Loucinda. Approximately 30 'econd ministry) and from the 'relatives and friends at- ! orinth Center Church, (their tended. Prior to this, they all fth church). A week prior to attended services at the !e occassion a carload from Methodist Church where :,ast Limington, Maine (a Skeeter was baptized. Ruth )ally Vacation Bible School Alsop and Peter Thurston Tinistry) and from the Ira acted as God parents. ,aptist Church (fourth Anniversary ,arish) visited them. A small family celebration allowing the fete, Helen was held Oct. 14 at Lester and !amieson and Clara Penny Parkers' on Taplin Hill 'awizhorne of White River Road in honor of their fifth associated with the Bible wedding anniversary and stitute Ministute) called at Penny's birthday. A very nice aeir home. They received anniversary supper was held alls and cards from the Troy at Lum's Restaurant in Barre. , BethNelson N. HAVERHILl,. 757.3429 River; Frank Parker, Brazil; On Oct. 17, Ed and Marge Albert Edward Parker, Jr., Cowles and family par- Taunton, Mass.; Linda ticipated in the Newport, Wozny, Woodsville. N.H., Carriage Festival, with Eleventh Hour registered Hackney horses The streets of Woodsville and a three-seated surrey. and Wells River were jammed They placed fourth in with people and traffic on Oct. Cavalcade Americana in a 22 as almost 45 area stores class of 20 entries. Sarah participated in an Eleventh Cowles, drivin a registered Hour Shopping Sale. Stores Morgan, placed in the and two banks were open until Pleasure Driving Class. Julie and husband Rod Ricker also 11:00 p.m. featuring special placed in that class. On Oct. savings and, in some in- stances, free items. 18, Ed Cowles was interviewed At Kelley's Shop and Save a on Channel 31, Windsor, with bell rang at intervals and the his horses and carriage. fortunate shopper who was at Ruth Colby of Concord and Pearl Reynolds of Littleton the checkout received his or her items free. A merry-go- were in town Tuesday and round was at the parking lot at took Pearl's mother, Miriam Brad's Getty. Brad's also Lane, out to lunch at the happy offered cotton candy, popcorn Hour Restaurant. and sno cones. Bee Jay's Fish David Allbee shot a coyote Store distributed special on Briar Hill with a bow and pennies to be turned in for a arrow. special purchase. This pre- Vic and Vernona Wallace Christmas effort of local spent ten days visiting family in Maryland and Georgia. merchants was apparently a resounding success. Marge and John Wardrop Recent callers of Portia visited her 90-year-old father Riley were Barbara Hall and in Princeton, N.J., recently. sons Mark and John of They also spent two days in Rumney. Atlantic City with a niece and nephew. Afterwards they visited Paul Shores of Hanover. Raymond and Irma Willey of Another Anniversary Barre, where they were A surprise Wedding happily surprised with an Anniversary Party was held anniversary cake made by Oct. 16 at the East Corinth Mrs.Willey. Hall from 8:00 to 12:00 to More News honor Loyd and Reta Smith. • Milton Bedell was in Barre This was given by their four Sunday where he attended children Serena and Dana Northern Conference of the Haskell of Groton; Judy and American Legion. On Man- William White of East day, he was in Chelsea where Corinth; Cindy and Ltmnie he did an evaluation of the Lang and Loyd Jr. (Bub) Chelsea Unit and helped Bob Smith of Bradford. (Around Rielley to install the unit. 100 guests attended -- music Clifford and Esther French was by Chrome Forrest). The were in Groton Sunday where decorated cake was made by they joined the Doug French Mrs. Charlotte Bishop of Family and Aunt Ruth Holmes Haverhill. A money tree and of Barre. Aunt Ruth is the only many lovely gifts and flowers living child of a family of 14. were presented the couple. A They all attended church and toast was given by Mrs. then had a beautiful turkey DelphineBenzie. dinner and a nice visit before Friendship Club returning home. Also at- The Friendship Club met for tending this reunion were its' first meeting of the 1982-83 cousins Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook season on Oct. 14 in the United fron Cuttingsville, Esther Church of Christ vestry, with Main from Woodstock and 53 members and guests Colema Souard is home from Mary Hitchcock. Memorial Hospital, after ten days and more surgery. Also returned home from MHMH is Allianora Rosse. Visitors of Christine Quimby and Jewell Lamphere during Columbus Day week were Jewell's son Stephen Lam- phere, his wife, Susan, and children Christopher and Catherine, from Petersburg, Va. ; Jewell's daughter Deborah and husband, Joseph Lopes and their sons Jason, Joshua, and Jeremy, of Rochester, N.Y. ; also Jewell's son Samuel, stationed at Greffiss AFB in Rome, N.Y. Samuel finishes his four years of service shortly and expects to come here to live and work. He trained in accounting in the Air Force. Ed and Kay Blaisdell, ac- companied.by his mother and brother, Eva and Melvin Blaisdell, spent several days in Milwaukee, attending three World Series games there. They also gained a grandchild this week, Sara, daughter of Brian and Yam BIaisdell and sister of Stephie and Greg. ¢irginia Bedeil 439-5720 present. The supper committee responsible for the delicious pot luck supper were Donald and Lib Miller, Howard and Marj. Webster and Marjorie Peach. It was evident, in the way the food disappeared that none had lost their culinary arts during the summer. In the absence of President Mim Hickcox, V.P. Bodie Mosenthal conducted a short business meeting. Under new business Mrs. Dorothy Cole spoke about "Our Christian World Mission." The United Church of Christ has begun a new project to honor Rev. John and Dorothy Marsh, who for many years have dedicated their lives to serve the lord in Zimbabwe. The project which has been selected is "Books for Zim- babwe," a project to help restore the schools in Zim- babwe, which suffered a terrible toll during the 14 year Katharine Blaisdell 787-6315 Girls' Club On Oct. 20, 15 members of North Haverhill Girls' Club met at the home of Marge Wardrop. Club members are working on the annual raffle. On committee with Marge were Eola Smith, JoAnn Aldrich, and Edith Henson. Van Anderson won the mystery package. At the VIS card party, Doris Taber and Pat Trevithick tied for first place, Sylvia Guy was second, and Polly Smith held the low score. Eola Smith was the hostess. AARP Meeting Last Thursday, 24 members of Haverhill AARP got into the Halloween spirit with a great assortment of appropriate costumes. We hear that the Harland Skinners fooled everybody with their scary costumes. There was a grand march for judging of the costumes by Gladys Gilman and Grace Green, followed by awarding of prizes. There was a potluck supper. Ethel Fullerton won the mystery package. Gertrude Brooks and Carrie Conery were on committee. Table favors and the prizes were provided by Avis and Polly Smith. It Was announced that Dr. Laurel Lyons will speak at the November meeting. 89th Birthday Twenty-three friends and relatives dropped in on Gladys Gilman on Oct. 23 to help her celebrate her 89th birthday. She also received a birthday card from President Reagan. "Ben's Mill" The annual joint meeting of the Haverhill Historical Society and Woodsville Progressive Club was on Monday night, Oct. 18, at the Parish House in Woodsville. There were over 130 in at- tendance, the program being the award-winning movie, "Ben's Mill;" produced and presented by John Karol of Orford. Guest groups included the school teachers of the district, also the historical societies of Piermont and Newbury, and the Women's Club of S. Ryegate, besides other individuals interested in the movie. RYEGATE Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stevenson from Delmar, N.Y., were callers Tuesday, Oct. 12, of their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson. Marie McLure was a guest Monday through Thursday, Oct. 4-7, of her sister Jennifer McLure, in S. Royalton. Mrs. Arthur Whitehill, with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Currier from Monroe, N.H., spent the day Saturday, Oct. 16, with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Currier in Essex Junction. Visitors the afternoon of Wednesday, Oct. 13, with Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson were their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Walter McPherson and friends from San Jose, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Norman McLure from Cambridge WARREN Snowmobile Club The October meeting of the club was held at the senior Bushaws' Sunday evening, Oct. 17. About 25 members and friends enjoyed a dinner all of recipes from the cookbook they have published and sold a good number. It was delicious. After this the meeting took place. The substantial sum was received from the sale of the cookbooks for the next Easter Seal Ride-In, which will be early in February. About 12 members suggested an interest in the ride-it to Keene. The project in Wentworth, to better a trail to save crossing roads three times, is making progress. Both the state and two clubs are working on this project. Some local trails have been walked and are reported in good condition. Others need some work and trees cut out from recent wind storms. The Grafton County meeting will be at Pinehaven in Wentworth Oct. 20. • A letter was read from the office of Doug Euote in regard to regulations as to designated Class 4, 5, and 6 roads for snowmobile travel. These regulations were met by this town two years ago and the roads posted, but a new list will be sent to the Concord office. Now the OHRV should spent overnight Thursday, Oct. 14, with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Warren McLure, Jeanette and Marie and his grandmother, Mrs. Edward Corliss. Overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whitehill Saturday, Oct. 16, were his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Toly Sund from Greenfield, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stewart from Pittsburg, Pa., were dinner guests Wed- nesday evening, Oct. 13, of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson. The Stewarts are here for a couple of weeks at their log home on Blue Mountain.. Mrs. Denzil Whitehill and Mrs. Harold Nelson attended a Caledonia County Retired Teachers Meeting Tuesday, Floyd R. Ray 764-9979 Temple with Worthy Matron Harriet Palmer and Worthy Patron Everett Goodwin presiding. The School of Instruction for this district will be held in Warren at the Masonic Temple on Nov. 11. Plans were made for the banquet to be served at 6:30 p.m. by this chapter. The Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron were given gifts by the Associate Matron and Associate Patron on behalf of the officers of the past year. All officers were given a gift by the Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron. The new officers for the coming year, having been elected and appointed, the Chapter proceeded to the Installation Ceremony. The installing suite con- sisted of Past Worthy Matron Nella Ashley as installing matron; Past Worthy Patron John H. Nicol as installing patron, Past Grand Marshal Muriel Dicey as installing marshal and a guest, Gary Jesseman, served as organist. Officers elected were Worthy Matron, Avis Cushing; Worthy Patron, Everett Goodwin; Associate Matron, Margaret Whitcher; Associate Patron, John E. Cormiea Jr.; Secretary Ella H. Dustin; Treasurer, Carol Nicol; Associate Conductress, Nancy Oct. 19, at the St: Methodist Church: John Peters City and his Peters from Des Iowa, spent ternoon, Oct. 16, cousin Arthur visiting cemeteries, also the . Stone House. Mrs. James Harold Nelson, Reginald White, Redding, Mrs. Nelson, Jeanette McLure, Leonard, and Perkins Presbyterial in Saturday, Oct. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Whitehill, Mr. Reginald White, ar Mrs. Wendell Cl an Open House Austin Whitehill on thday at the home daughter Jean Joe's Brook Passumpsic ternoon, Oct. 17. Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs. Wa from St. Kerry Heywood, Lauren from Mrs. John Melahn Kenneth Bradford had at a Bradford Wednesday, Oct. celebrate Mrs. war for independence, take some action in this phase. Harriet Palmer; Conductress, from Jefferson, Dot Cole explained the goals COMMUNITY HEALTH A site for a club house seems Nancy Bumford; Chaplain, Following the The "I'M I are: to supply 8,888 used and 'SERVICES new books by Sept., 1983. E. CORINTH-- A Community to meet with obstacles and not John L. Nicol; Marshal, Mrs. Daniel Health Services Inc., Town much progress has been made Nelson Kennedy, Adah, get-together at their The supper committee for Nurse will be at the East onthis. BeverlyWalker;Ruth, Gladys thesql   m November will be Bodie and Corinth Library on Wed- It was decided to have a Marston; Esther, Helen Mr. and Mrs. mlmlllllllllmmlll'lm mmt[IJmh Bobby Mosenthal, Louise nesday, Nov. 10 from 2:00 to raffle for the Dec. llmeetiug. Goodwin; Martha, Lucille chiefrom E. I Hutchinson, Peg Johnston, 4:00 p.m. The nurse will. be Assistant County Director Andrews; Electa, Tessabell spent Frk [i7"d[lllll[Ih llrillil' "TM I[ til411¢' l and Charles Zwicker. The checking forhypertensionand Elmer Heath updated us on Bushaw; Warder, Charles Oct. 8-10, withhis the county level activities and Walker; and Sentinel, Bruce and Mrs. Harr I II' lJFilllJ  1PliMkM0netary Units l| LAST WEEK'S WINNER Mrs. Hazen White i Dr.Cbatfieldpr°gramWilliamWh°seChairmanMosenthal.guestis willHelenDr, be clinicWill hewillCheckingalso be weight.ailable. A flu program.the corridor trails and sign Bumford.The Chapter is most Andrea,Bruce andNels°n'JameS Groton, Vt I W G H W R U B L.E T G R M /k H R I D m " i Mosenthal's topic will be Some work needs to be done grateful to our guest Gary wife Gall in Troy I M B O U L E V Z I N O S J F A Q P m • "Medical Mis-Adventures." -------- on the railroad bed north of Jesseman for being our Oct. 14, called the Warren to ditch the water out organist and to the installing death of Gail's gr E S C U D O K C P U I L I D N V D E • _ .. Illlrl • of thetrailintotheditches. A suite for their kindness in Hazel Perry. Th N A W S N B E B N A L U P X Y V O N 1 lZ111/1000000 C]J[I00 00jv-- i RobElder grader is needed for this serving in this capacity, stayed until Satt O FI J Z O K D H Q U L E E O P K W A • lIJl" , ,,, tan PIERMONT 272-4953 project. As this is a corridor At the close of the meeting Gail's mother Mrs. R F G A J L R C L E I Q R V U R K D • ,m ..--og'l  oU v m Revaluation Underhill, Agnes Perkins, trail, we will ha.pc, the county delicious refreshments of LeBlanc.  MK HB PL cC sF DC wE HI QV FIs cH oF XI NC O Y NS UD cG mm d o:Aw '* i PiermonteverThed°nefirstthiswasfUllpastC°mpletedrevaluati°nfall. It inis Shie!dsBeR°bertn s MillEVans'attendedm" Woodsandthevfl'leMari°nm°viethis work.°rNextStatemeetmgCan, assiStNovUS. 7,°nm" thiSthe by°livesSandwich rollS,sisterandMargaretCakeChips, pickleS,werewhitcherServed MrsWhiteMr'stewartWereand gueStswhiteMrS", G F I X I R T L R X S F Q J A P J O • --_.:.:'  il  the first time that property past Monday The movie Methodist Vestry, the and her committee. Benriamin and J I U O L E U A M E G A Y P V Q H T A B • __"°A m.l i has been assessed at 100 shows the work don • following meeting the 21st at ..... e at thin , . . The next meeting will be birthday cake and M H I P K C P E P G N M H K J A P in, l I ' t  _.[' ,/ percent of value. In previous mill in Barnet, Vt., and may Bagleys on Pme Hlll. held Nov. 4 and it is hoped that Wednesday evenin( sam lea Other News years assessment had been eday d to a society trip .... . . all who can will join us at that in celebration of l K G E J G H H F B Y X I K N T P O L • , -_ below 50 percent and in- Floyd Smith came home Ivlooseiauee inn went on time. thday. P E S L O D  B R  D L L E O D O p L T B i  creased byaninflationfigure, from MaryHitchcockHospital the.auc, tion.b!ock agail)this -- Real estate owners took the this week weez, out at last report was U T Z B H C K N R R U A K A T H E A l " Donate it to your church chance to meet with Greene The Lawrence Underhill not sold. It seemed the Antiques & American [[ H W S W N S R C U S Y N Y L- R H I Q •  Or the Cucumber Fund 1 and Associates, the assessors, Family took their dauchter minimum bid acceptable was this past Friday and Saturday Cynthia to a visit and in- $225,000. and the highest bid A X S C S M A J V M V E A N Q I G D | ,  ............ to discuss the individual " received was $110,000 terwew at Hartford College • R L G T F K M R A E N C T I K B L Y m . W DUy tt pIgSgIl[ assessments that came this for Women in Hartford, Corm, Therefore the Inn is still the G U I L D E R U C H V F I B E D D F • " Buy school suppli week. As they mention in the this pastweekend. " property of Bradley Inns. notification, there will be a A number of new voters took Gary Jesseman has moved | m . You can buy a meal 1 "sizeable decrease in last the Olaortunitv to refister this to his new home in Glenoliff, |Amvers: Franc, Dollar, Lek, Dinar, Peso [ , v_, ,,, "--- i year's tax rate" per hundred, pa a -  edto .... mm Sch' J"  avu ..u vtmy ca Vm,¢m st week nd were add the former Glencliff Post D' Toka, Pula, Pound, Lev, Kyat, l .X.D. , .' z-- ,t._ m.__t. The assessments do not take the checklist. This coming Offlceoulldlng. • Riel, Sucre, Mark, Cedi, Drachma, Rupee, I " UtL It lit Utg UdllK ! into account current use or Tuesday is your chance to M. Margaret Andersonof Lirar Yen, Guilder, Krone, Balboa, Sol, mm to the flrocew store • elderly exemptions, vote ttoute 25 has sold her home. ,- __ , ..., ..... • .--.------.m--------m----mmmmm Library " PiermontVillage The Methodist Church Dr=Souse, LeOne, uole, I:ioht, Dirham. mm I f | 1 The Library is inaugurating School News revamped their trust funds - - i I "- i an Artist of the Month whose Reporters-- Jared Belyea last spring and in a.recent • I] ' |" ) -'" :" - -" .l pictures will be exhibited in Abigail Met€alE payment recelven me ncome Our re rters  week re has about doubled Either we [ I I ; I  will be Elwin Bonett for the from the third and 'fifth did something right or the I ! "',.t  I  the Library. The first artist pe tlis a • Name l I i  [  month of November. grades. Jared loves using the  Lord is really looking i! a,00erus -- J ; ![ [  [ [' Other Notes m l: . )i_ i JJ:l computer and is interested in • -- I  • Four members of our local  . .-.- trucks and loin He eniovs The beautiful colors from m I!. -  '\\;I | i Historical Soiety, Helen math m sch 1 Ab fl the leaves have about left for i working with animals and she this year. It was a gorgeous mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm t     certainly has the opportunity, disp.lay, starting early and _<j :.:[  [ h nts ave lasungweu  m t]-"  )o  1 Sewa tobe terinarian • when she gets older. Mt. Moosilaukec "'"'"'""'"'"--"' I DRILLING The kindergarten enjoyed ChapterO.E.S. i W ? °zS Of . I havi Forrug est Allen n OnOct 7, Mt Moosilaukeea d • • e kly pn $5 00 awarded to the Shane MeCormack read to Chapter 68, Order of the l ach ii [ ROTARY HAMMER them this week. The kin- Eastern Star, helditsreg ular. dergarteners have a new table meetmg at the Masomc ucky wmner e week and a monthly prize i 20 ¥|R$ and they enjoy working on it. i[-lt[ $25 00 Sa. -- B. d w. rded lucky i [ DRILLING EXPERIENCE Mrs. Belyea and Mrs. ..,.a x ax of a vats on a a to a Patridge are taking their Eleanor Burroughs " dn he ! [ COMPLETE WATER classes to the Montshire 439-5547 SYSTEMS INSTALLED Museum for a dinosaur show Birthdays contestant even ff you dn t wm t weekly pnze. I FOR FREE ESTIMATE on Nov. 9. Thirty relatives and friends c e t RULES The scboolhadanotherfire gathered atthehomeofMrs. 1' 9 IP CALL OR WRITE drill on Tuesday. This time the Merle Perrin on Sunday, Oct. mpl te he WORD SEEK PUZZLE on this .[ nt n The [ buildings were evacuated in 24th to celebrate the birthdays Btsu aadUoa, sz identified mostly by deal( o ' less than a minute, of several people, we picture misht be called a double ball w page and.mallit to the Journal Opinion, P.O. 8 v ---- m The official name for the A bountiful meal "of Anne legs as the curved ot cmbdol¢ leg wl.u Box 378, llradford, Vt. It must bereceivedby ..... • school computer is "FLIP", casseroles, roast turkey, . i. si¢istcd with Qu¢n Ann .tFl.d lumt the Monday following publication to be |,Ta ...:...,...=__ m BENEDINI FLIP was named by Michael salads and three, birthday e.iV lath century. Other. with thl, cucv" eligible. Ali puzzles received wJll be placed ilt IL 9 9LIIIIUI(ILIIIqLE m Mo. All thestudents cakes were served, wtth ball sad talon feet would be id¶v hippwndde style. Still othezs with sctoUcd a container from which a letter wiil he drawJ Law i rtesianWeU¢o. put their choices inaboxand Guests were present from be attributed to the Georae I|I ot GeOJ each week. If it is correct, that person will he "*  -- • Michael's name was picked. Caanan, N.H., Plainfield, tn818ndo Some hsv¢ lemon top|j j&pwd itj thewinner, lf it is incorrect, anherenvelope 1['7 q1rlV'q111 Borre View Drive All the students who had N.H., White River, Wood- pthcts are adorned with es$1¢s. Few ' will be drawn until a winner is found. No JLL 0 IWi|I.Ul 1_ I R.D. Morro, Vt. their pictures taken in Sep- stock, Plainfield, Montpelier milked, l"nnm¢ with stamped names mot '  purchase necessary. TRY YOUR LUCK. . 476-4832 tember received them on andE. Corinth, Vt. vctF |ood quslit), and much dcdtd. "Ilb¢ The winner will be announced the following week in the Joumal Opinion and the Se¢ondOpinion. J 30 Y[ARS[XPERIENCE Monday. They will make A beautiful autumn day often oa the bta.. sheath which extends ave' .beauf Christmas presents contributed to the enjoyment do8 ot le8 next to the btm.s body of the mm mmmmmm mm mm mmm mm mmmmmmmmmm mm mmmmm i tar relatives and friends, of all. Tho,€ which arc fancier meals" to cemlul the birthday. More NeWS Mrs. Albert spent the weekend with her and son-in-law Mr. Michael Peller D.C. Mrs. William returned home evening, Oct. I$, week's hospitali Northeastern Regional Hospi Johnsbury Hospital Mr. and Mrs. walter Mr. and Mrs. Whitehill, Fremont and Edward Thursday evening, the Whitehills' to Grange books. Eleven people the Grange evening, Oct. 16, Dance with caller 'age 10-The Journal Opinion-October 27, 1982 OODSV ,, ,, ,, ,,, 45th Wedding Anniversary Baptist parish and many other On Oct. 16, the Calvary friends andrelatives. aptist Church was the scene Pastor Parker's younger f a 45th Wedding Anniversary brother, Clarence, and his : elebration for the Pastor and wife Jessie of Saugus, Mass., h's. Albert Parker who have were present for the occasion. lso served the Lord for 45 Betty Daniels was pianist. ears. Pastor and Mrs. Albert About 80 friends and Parker were married on Sept. datives gathered for the 5, 1937 and held their first :casion. Jim Elliott was service that night in the taster of Ceremonies for a Cambridgeport Church. Not ecollection time when only were they involved in avorites of the Parkers were Church ministries, but Pastor ang by Millie Chicoine, who Parker was part of the ad formerly lived with her founding of the Bible Institute arents, the Ray Chicoines, in of New England which had its ae apartment above the inception in Hartford, Vt. He 'arkers. Many of those was Scan for several years. ,resent spoke of the way the He taught school in 9rd had used the Parkers in Cookeville, and in the early heir ministry. Dorothy seventies, the couple were Iorrison of Lower Waterford, missionaries to France under r almost all of the 45 years the Bible Christian Union ed a poem she had written where Pastor Parker not only nd read at afarewellservice had a ministry among in- cam the Lower Waterford ternationals but also taught :hurch about 40 years ago. English. He also preached in One of their earliest the Chinese church. cquaintances remembered For the past 12 years they ae duets the couple often sang l'ave lived in Woodsville and nd requested them to sing served in the Calvary Baptist In the Garden," which they Church. id. Their oldest daughter, They are the parents of four :eth Nelson, read an allegory children: Beth Nelson. Wells :ff their lives that she had ,ritten. An arrangement of early )hotographs was made by BRADFORD heir granddaughter, Ruth Clifford and Esther French ';elson. The festive cake was spent last weekend in Hollis, lade by Hazel Plaeey. N.H., with her son Yrvine efreshments were served by Laundry and family. he women of the church. The Last Tuesday, Clifford money tree was made by French went to Nortlffield, iobert Brown and Juanita Mass., and brought home a i';lliott Belyea directed the 1941Chevrolet.  ecorating. On Sept. 5, a birthday party Guests were present from was held for one-year old 'o of their former churches: Skeeter Ames at the home of m Lower Waterford his parents, Bernard and :ongregational Church (their Loucinda. Approximately 30 'econd ministry) and from the 'relatives and friends at- ! orinth Center Church, (their tended. Prior to this, they all fth church). A week prior to attended services at the !e occassion a carload from Methodist Church where :,ast Limington, Maine (a Skeeter was baptized. Ruth )ally Vacation Bible School Alsop and Peter Thurston Tinistry) and from the Ira acted as God parents. ,aptist Church (fourth Anniversary ,arish) visited them. A small family celebration allowing the fete, Helen was held Oct. 14 at Lester and !amieson and Clara Penny Parkers' on Taplin Hill 'awizhorne of White River Road in honor of their fifth associated with the Bible wedding anniversary and stitute Ministute) called at Penny's birthday. A very nice aeir home. They received anniversary supper was held alls and cards from the Troy at Lum's Restaurant in Barre. , BethNelson N. HAVERHILl,. 757.3429 River; Frank Parker, Brazil; On Oct. 17, Ed and Marge Albert Edward Parker, Jr., Cowles and family par- Taunton, Mass.; Linda ticipated in the Newport, Wozny, Woodsville. N.H., Carriage Festival, with Eleventh Hour registered Hackney horses The streets of Woodsville and a three-seated surrey. and Wells River were jammed They placed fourth in with people and traffic on Oct. Cavalcade Americana in a 22 as almost 45 area stores class of 20 entries. Sarah participated in an Eleventh Cowles, drivin a registered Hour Shopping Sale. Stores Morgan, placed in the and two banks were open until Pleasure Driving Class. Julie and husband Rod Ricker also 11:00 p.m. featuring special placed in that class. On Oct. savings and, in some in- stances, free items. 18, Ed Cowles was interviewed At Kelley's Shop and Save a on Channel 31, Windsor, with bell rang at intervals and the his horses and carriage. fortunate shopper who was at Ruth Colby of Concord and Pearl Reynolds of Littleton the checkout received his or her items free. A merry-go- were in town Tuesday and round was at the parking lot at took Pearl's mother, Miriam Brad's Getty. Brad's also Lane, out to lunch at the happy offered cotton candy, popcorn Hour Restaurant. and sno cones. Bee Jay's Fish David Allbee shot a coyote Store distributed special on Briar Hill with a bow and pennies to be turned in for a arrow. special purchase. This pre- Vic and Vernona Wallace Christmas effort of local spent ten days visiting family in Maryland and Georgia. merchants was apparently a resounding success. Marge and John Wardrop Recent callers of Portia visited her 90-year-old father Riley were Barbara Hall and in Princeton, N.J., recently. sons Mark and John of They also spent two days in Rumney. Atlantic City with a niece and nephew. Afterwards they visited Paul Shores of Hanover. Raymond and Irma Willey of Another Anniversary Barre, where they were A surprise Wedding happily surprised with an Anniversary Party was held anniversary cake made by Oct. 16 at the East Corinth Mrs.Willey. Hall from 8:00 to 12:00 to More News honor Loyd and Reta Smith. • Milton Bedell was in Barre This was given by their four Sunday where he attended children Serena and Dana Northern Conference of the Haskell of Groton; Judy and American Legion. On Man- William White of East day, he was in Chelsea where Corinth; Cindy and Ltmnie he did an evaluation of the Lang and Loyd Jr. (Bub) Chelsea Unit and helped Bob Smith of Bradford. (Around Rielley to install the unit. 100 guests attended -- music Clifford and Esther French was by Chrome Forrest). The were in Groton Sunday where decorated cake was made by they joined the Doug French Mrs. Charlotte Bishop of Family and Aunt Ruth Holmes Haverhill. A money tree and of Barre. Aunt Ruth is the only many lovely gifts and flowers living child of a family of 14. were presented the couple. A They all attended church and toast was given by Mrs. then had a beautiful turkey DelphineBenzie. dinner and a nice visit before Friendship Club returning home. Also at- The Friendship Club met for tending this reunion were its' first meeting of the 1982-83 cousins Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook season on Oct. 14 in the United fron Cuttingsville, Esther Church of Christ vestry, with Main from Woodstock and 53 members and guests Colema Souard is home from Mary Hitchcock. Memorial Hospital, after ten days and more surgery. Also returned home from MHMH is Allianora Rosse. Visitors of Christine Quimby and Jewell Lamphere during Columbus Day week were Jewell's son Stephen Lam- phere, his wife, Susan, and children Christopher and Catherine, from Petersburg, Va. ; Jewell's daughter Deborah and husband, Joseph Lopes and their sons Jason, Joshua, and Jeremy, of Rochester, N.Y. ; also Jewell's son Samuel, stationed at Greffiss AFB in Rome, N.Y. Samuel finishes his four years of service shortly and expects to come here to live and work. He trained in accounting in the Air Force. Ed and Kay Blaisdell, ac- companied.by his mother and brother, Eva and Melvin Blaisdell, spent several days in Milwaukee, attending three World Series games there. They also gained a grandchild this week, Sara, daughter of Brian and Yam BIaisdell and sister of Stephie and Greg. ¢irginia Bedeil 439-5720 present. The supper committee responsible for the delicious pot luck supper were Donald and Lib Miller, Howard and Marj. Webster and Marjorie Peach. It was evident, in the way the food disappeared that none had lost their culinary arts during the summer. In the absence of President Mim Hickcox, V.P. Bodie Mosenthal conducted a short business meeting. Under new business Mrs. Dorothy Cole spoke about "Our Christian World Mission." The United Church of Christ has begun a new project to honor Rev. John and Dorothy Marsh, who for many years have dedicated their lives to serve the lord in Zimbabwe. The project which has been selected is "Books for Zim- babwe," a project to help restore the schools in Zim- babwe, which suffered a terrible toll during the 14 year Katharine Blaisdell 787-6315 Girls' Club On Oct. 20, 15 members of North Haverhill Girls' Club met at the home of Marge Wardrop. Club members are working on the annual raffle. On committee with Marge were Eola Smith, JoAnn Aldrich, and Edith Henson. Van Anderson won the mystery package. At the VIS card party, Doris Taber and Pat Trevithick tied for first place, Sylvia Guy was second, and Polly Smith held the low score. Eola Smith was the hostess. AARP Meeting Last Thursday, 24 members of Haverhill AARP got into the Halloween spirit with a great assortment of appropriate costumes. We hear that the Harland Skinners fooled everybody with their scary costumes. There was a grand march for judging of the costumes by Gladys Gilman and Grace Green, followed by awarding of prizes. There was a potluck supper. Ethel Fullerton won the mystery package. Gertrude Brooks and Carrie Conery were on committee. Table favors and the prizes were provided by Avis and Polly Smith. It Was announced that Dr. Laurel Lyons will speak at the November meeting. 89th Birthday Twenty-three friends and relatives dropped in on Gladys Gilman on Oct. 23 to help her celebrate her 89th birthday. She also received a birthday card from President Reagan. "Ben's Mill" The annual joint meeting of the Haverhill Historical Society and Woodsville Progressive Club was on Monday night, Oct. 18, at the Parish House in Woodsville. There were over 130 in at- tendance, the program being the award-winning movie, "Ben's Mill;" produced and presented by John Karol of Orford. Guest groups included the school teachers of the district, also the historical societies of Piermont and Newbury, and the Women's Club of S. Ryegate, besides other individuals interested in the movie. RYEGATE Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stevenson from Delmar, N.Y., were callers Tuesday, Oct. 12, of their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson. Marie McLure was a guest Monday through Thursday, Oct. 4-7, of her sister Jennifer McLure, in S. Royalton. Mrs. Arthur Whitehill, with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Currier from Monroe, N.H., spent the day Saturday, Oct. 16, with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Currier in Essex Junction. Visitors the afternoon of Wednesday, Oct. 13, with Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson were their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Walter McPherson and friends from San Jose, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Norman McLure from Cambridge WARREN Snowmobile Club The October meeting of the club was held at the senior Bushaws' Sunday evening, Oct. 17. About 25 members and friends enjoyed a dinner all of recipes from the cookbook they have published and sold a good number. It was delicious. After this the meeting took place. The substantial sum was received from the sale of the cookbooks for the next Easter Seal Ride-In, which will be early in February. About 12 members suggested an interest in the ride-it to Keene. The project in Wentworth, to better a trail to save crossing roads three times, is making progress. Both the state and two clubs are working on this project. Some local trails have been walked and are reported in good condition. Others need some work and trees cut out from recent wind storms. The Grafton County meeting will be at Pinehaven in Wentworth Oct. 20. • A letter was read from the office of Doug Euote in regard to regulations as to designated Class 4, 5, and 6 roads for snowmobile travel. These regulations were met by this town two years ago and the roads posted, but a new list will be sent to the Concord office. Now the OHRV should spent overnight Thursday, Oct. 14, with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Warren McLure, Jeanette and Marie and his grandmother, Mrs. Edward Corliss. Overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whitehill Saturday, Oct. 16, were his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Toly Sund from Greenfield, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stewart from Pittsburg, Pa., were dinner guests Wed- nesday evening, Oct. 13, of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson. The Stewarts are here for a couple of weeks at their log home on Blue Mountain.. Mrs. Denzil Whitehill and Mrs. Harold Nelson attended a Caledonia County Retired Teachers Meeting Tuesday, Floyd R. Ray 764-9979 Temple with Worthy Matron Harriet Palmer and Worthy Patron Everett Goodwin presiding. The School of Instruction for this district will be held in Warren at the Masonic Temple on Nov. 11. Plans were made for the banquet to be served at 6:30 p.m. by this chapter. The Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron were given gifts by the Associate Matron and Associate Patron on behalf of the officers of the past year. All officers were given a gift by the Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron. The new officers for the coming year, having been elected and appointed, the Chapter proceeded to the Installation Ceremony. The installing suite con- sisted of Past Worthy Matron Nella Ashley as installing matron; Past Worthy Patron John H. Nicol as installing patron, Past Grand Marshal Muriel Dicey as installing marshal and a guest, Gary Jesseman, served as organist. Officers elected were Worthy Matron, Avis Cushing; Worthy Patron, Everett Goodwin; Associate Matron, Margaret Whitcher; Associate Patron, John E. Cormiea Jr.; Secretary Ella H. Dustin; Treasurer, Carol Nicol; Associate Conductress, Nancy Oct. 19, at the St: Methodist Church: John Peters City and his Peters from Des Iowa, spent ternoon, Oct. 16, cousin Arthur visiting cemeteries, also the . Stone House. Mrs. James Harold Nelson, Reginald White, Redding, Mrs. Nelson, Jeanette McLure, Leonard, and Perkins Presbyterial in Saturday, Oct. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Whitehill, Mr. Reginald White, ar Mrs. Wendell Cl an Open House Austin Whitehill on thday at the home daughter Jean Joe's Brook Passumpsic ternoon, Oct. 17. Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs. Wa from St. Kerry Heywood, Lauren from Mrs. John Melahn Kenneth Bradford had at a Bradford Wednesday, Oct. celebrate Mrs. war for independence, take some action in this phase. Harriet Palmer; Conductress, from Jefferson, Dot Cole explained the goals COMMUNITY HEALTH A site for a club house seems Nancy Bumford; Chaplain, Following the The "I'M I are: to supply 8,888 used and 'SERVICES new books by Sept., 1983. E. CORINTH-- A Community to meet with obstacles and not John L. Nicol; Marshal, Mrs. Daniel Health Services Inc., Town much progress has been made Nelson Kennedy, Adah, get-together at their The supper committee for Nurse will be at the East onthis. BeverlyWalker;Ruth, Gladys thesql   m November will be Bodie and Corinth Library on Wed- It was decided to have a Marston; Esther, Helen Mr. and Mrs. mlmlllllllllmmlll'lm mmt[IJmh Bobby Mosenthal, Louise nesday, Nov. 10 from 2:00 to raffle for the Dec. llmeetiug. Goodwin; Martha, Lucille chiefrom E. I Hutchinson, Peg Johnston, 4:00 p.m. The nurse will. be Assistant County Director Andrews; Electa, Tessabell spent Frk [i7"d[lllll[Ih llrillil' "TM I[ til411¢' l and Charles Zwicker. The checking forhypertensionand Elmer Heath updated us on Bushaw; Warder, Charles Oct. 8-10, withhis the county level activities and Walker; and Sentinel, Bruce and Mrs. Harr III' lJFilllJ  1PliMkM0netary Units l| LAST WEEK'S WINNER Mrs. Hazen White i Dr.Cbatfieldpr°gramWilliamWh°seChairmanMosenthal.guestis willHelenDr, be clinicWill hewillCheckingalso be weight.ailable. A flu program.the corridor trails and sign Bumford.The Chapter is most Andrea,Bruce andNels°n'JameS Groton, Vt I W G H W R U B L.E T G R M /k H R I D m " i Mosenthal's topic will be Some work needs to be done grateful to our guest Gary wife Gall in Troy I M B O U L E V Z I N O S J F A Q P m • "Medical Mis-Adventures." -------- on the railroad bed north of Jesseman for being our Oct. 14, called the Warren to ditch the water out organist and to the installing death of Gail's gr E S C U D O K C P U I L I D N V D E • _ .. Illlrl • of thetrailintotheditches. A suite for their kindness in Hazel Perry. Th N A W S N B E B N A L U P X Y V O N 1 lZ111/1000000 C]J[I00 00jv-- i RobElder grader is needed for this serving in this capacity, stayed until Satt O FI J Z O K D H Q U L E E O P K W A • lIJl" , ,,, tan PIERMONT 272-4953 project. As this is a corridor At the close of the meeting Gail's mother Mrs. R F G A J L R C L E I Q R V U R K D • ,m ..--og'l  oU v m Revaluation Underhill, Agnes Perkins, trail, we will ha.pc, the county delicious refreshments of LeBlanc.  MK HB PL cC sF DC wE HI QV FIs cH oF XI NC O Y NS UD cG mm d o:Aw '* i PiermonteverThed°nefirstthiswasfUllpastC°mpletedrevaluati°nfall. It inis Shie!dsBeR°bertn s MillEVans'attendedm" Woodsandthevfl'leMari°nm°viethis work.°rNextStatemeetmgCan, assiStNovUS. 7,°nm" thiSthe by°livesSandwich rollS,sisterandMargaretCakeChips, pickleS,werewhitcherServed MrsWhiteMr'stewartWereand gueStswhiteMrS", G F I X I R T L R X S F Q J A P J O • --_.:.:'  il  the first time that property past Monday The movie Methodist Vestry, the and her committee. Benriamin and J I U O L E U A M E G A Y P V Q H T A B • __"°A m.l i has been assessed at 100 shows the work don • following meeting the 21st at ..... e at thin , . . The next meeting will be birthday cake and M H I P K C P E P G N M H K J A P in, l I ' t  _.[' ,/ percent of value. In previous mill in Barnet, Vt., and may Bagleys on Pme Hlll. held Nov. 4 and it is hoped that Wednesday evenin( sam lea Other News years assessment had been eday d to a society trip .... . . all who can will join us at that in celebration of l K G E J G H H F B Y X I K N T P O L • , -_ below 50 percent and in- Floyd Smith came home Ivlooseiauee inn went on time. thday. P E S L O D  B R  D L L E O D O p L T B i  creased byaninflationfigure, from MaryHitchcockHospital the.auc, tion.b!ock agail)this -- Real estate owners took the this week weez, out at last report was U T Z B H C K N R R U A K A T H E A l " Donate it to your church chance to meet with Greene The Lawrence Underhill not sold. It seemed the Antiques & American [[ H W S W N S R C U S Y N Y L- R H I Q •  Or the Cucumber Fund 1 and Associates, the assessors, Family took their dauchter minimum bid acceptable was this past Friday and Saturday Cynthia to a visit and in- $225,000. and the highest bid A X S C S M A J V M V E A N Q I G D | ,  ............ to discuss the individual " received was $110,000 terwew at Hartford College • R L G T F K M R A E N C T I K B L Y m . W DUy tt pIgSgIl[ assessments that came this for Women in Hartford, Corm, Therefore the Inn is still the G U I L D E R U C H V F I B E D D F • " Buy school suppli week. As they mention in the this pastweekend. " property of Bradley Inns. notification, there will be a A number of new voters took Gary Jesseman has moved | m . You can buy a meal 1 "sizeable decrease in last the Olaortunitv to refister this to his new home in Glenoliff, |Amvers: Franc, Dollar, Lek, Dinar, Peso [ , v_, ,,, "--- i year's tax rate" per hundred, pa a -  edto .... mm Sch' J"  avu ..u vtmy ca Vm,¢m st week nd were add the former Glencliff Post D' Toka, Pula, Pound, Lev, Kyat, l .X.D. , .' z-- ,t._ m.__t. The assessments do not take the checklist. This coming Offlceoulldlng. • Riel, Sucre, Mark, Cedi, Drachma, Rupee, I " UtL It lit Utg UdllK ! into account current use or Tuesday is your chance to M. Margaret Andersonof Lirar Yen, Guilder, Krone, Balboa, Sol, mm to the flrocew store • elderly exemptions, vote ttoute 25 has sold her home. ,- __ , ..., ..... • .--.------.m--------m----mmmmm Library " PiermontVillage The Methodist Church Dr=Souse, LeOne, uole, I:ioht, Dirham. mm I f | 1 The Library is inaugurating School News revamped their trust funds - - i I "- i an Artist of the Month whose Reporters-- Jared Belyea last spring and in a.recent • I] ' |" ) -'" :" - -" .l pictures will be exhibited in Abigail Met€alE payment recelven me ncome Our re rters  week re has about doubled Either we [ I I ; I  will be Elwin Bonett for the from the third and 'fifth did something right or the I ! "',.t  I  the Library. The first artist pe tlis a • Name l I i  [  month of November. grades. Jared loves using the  Lord is really looking i! a,00erus -- J ; ![ [  [ [' Other Notes m l: . )i_ i JJ:l computer and is interested in • -- I  • Four members of our local  . .-.- trucks and loin He eniovs The beautiful colors from m I!. -  '\\;I | i Historical Soiety, Helen math m sch 1 Ab fl the leaves have about left for i working with animals and she this year. It was a gorgeous mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm t     certainly has the opportunity, disp.lay, starting early and _<j :.:[  [ h nts ave lasungweu  m t]-"  )o  1 Sewa tobe terinarian • when she gets older. Mt. Moosilaukec "'"'"'""'"'"--"' I DRILLING The kindergarten enjoyed ChapterO.E.S. i W ? °zS Of . I havi Forrug est Allen n OnOct 7, Mt Moosilaukeea d • • e kly pn $5 00 awarded to the Shane MeCormack read to Chapter 68, Order of the l ach ii [ ROTARY HAMMER them this week. The kin- Eastern Star, helditsreg ular. dergarteners have a new table meetmg at the Masomc ucky wmner e week and a monthly prize i 20 ¥|R$ and they enjoy working on it. i[-lt[ $25 00 Sa. -- B. d w. rded lucky i [ DRILLING EXPERIENCE Mrs. Belyea and Mrs. ..,.a x ax of a vats on a a to a Patridge are taking their Eleanor Burroughs " dn he ! [ COMPLETE WATER classes to the Montshire 439-5547 SYSTEMS INSTALLED Museum for a dinosaur show Birthdays contestant even ff you dn t wm t weekly pnze. I FOR FREE ESTIMATE on Nov. 9. Thirty relatives and friends c e t RULES The scboolhadanotherfire gathered atthehomeofMrs. 1' 9 IP CALL OR WRITE drill on Tuesday. This time the Merle Perrin on Sunday, Oct. mpl te he WORD SEEK PUZZLE on this .[ nt n The [ buildings were evacuated in 24th to celebrate the birthdays Btsu aadUoa, sz identified mostly by deal( o ' less than a minute, of several people, we picture misht be called a double ball w page and.mallit to the Journal Opinion, P.O. 8 v ---- m The official name for the A bountiful meal "of Anne legs as the curved ot cmbdol¢ leg wl.u Box 378, llradford, Vt. It must bereceivedby ..... • school computer is "FLIP", casseroles, roast turkey, . i. si¢istcd with Qu¢n Ann .tFl.d lumt the Monday following publication to be |,Ta ...:...,...=__ m BENEDINI FLIP was named by Michael salads and three, birthday e.iV lath century. Other. with thl, cucv" eligible. Ali puzzles received wJll be placed ilt IL 9 9LIIIIUI(ILIIIqLE m Mo. All thestudents cakes were served, wtth ball sad talon feet would be id¶v hippwndde style. Still othezs with sctoUcd a container from which a letter wiil he drawJ Law i rtesianWeU¢o. put their choices inaboxand Guests were present from be attributed to the Georae I|I ot GeOJ each week. If it is correct, that person will he "*  -- • Michael's name was picked. Caanan, N.H., Plainfield, tn818ndo Some hsv¢ lemon top|j j&pwd itj thewinner, lf it is incorrect, anherenvelope 1['7 q1rlV'q111 Borre View Drive All the students who had N.H., White River, Wood- pthcts are adorned with es$1¢s. Few ' will be drawn until a winner is found. No JLL 0 IWi|I.Ul 1_ I R.D. Morro, Vt. their pictures taken in Sep- stock, Plainfield, Montpelier milked, l"nnm¢ with stamped names mot '  purchase necessary. TRY YOUR LUCK. . 476-4832 tember received them on andE. Corinth, Vt. vctF |ood quslit), and much dcdtd. "Ilb¢ The winner will be announced the following week in the Joumal Opinion and the Se¢ondOpinion. J 30 Y[ARS[XPERIENCE Monday. They will make A beautiful autumn day often oa the bta.. sheath which extends ave' .beauf Christmas presents contributed to the enjoyment do8 ot le8 next to the btm.s body of the mm mmmmmm mm mm mmm mm mmmmmmmmmm mm mmmmm i tar relatives and friends, of all. Tho,€ which arc fancier meals" to cemlul the birthday. More NeWS Mrs. Albert spent the weekend with her and son-in-law Mr. Michael Peller D.C. Mrs. William returned home evening, Oct. I$, week's hospitali Northeastern Regional Hospi Johnsbury Hospital Mr. and Mrs. walter Mr. and Mrs. Whitehill, Fremont and Edward Thursday evening, the Whitehills' to Grange books. Eleven people the Grange evening, Oct. 16, Dance with caller