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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-October 28, 1981 I I III E. Corinth,' Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brainerd for a week were their daughter and husband, Janice and Richard Harwond of Fort Bragg, N.C. Mrs. Gloria Miller returned home last Thursday from the Central Vermont Hospital in Berlin where she had been a patient for more than a week. Morris Waters of Lansing, Mich., and his sister, Mrs. Beulah Gray of E. Thefford were Oct. 15 supper guests of their sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Knapp and their daughter and children, Mrs. Warren Huntington Jr., David and Sara. Recent overnight guests of Mrs. Leo Hutchinson were Mrs. Dorothy Saunders and Mrs. Virginia Atkins from Silver Spring, Md. The Women's Fellowship The Women's Fellowship met in the church vestry Oct. 14 for their regular meeting with Mrs. Alice Hood and Miss Everdene Hood, co-hostesses. Stella Knapp 439-5762 Mrs. Beverly Longo led the devotions which were based on the fellowship theme for the ensuing year, "We can if we will". The group was reminded that the World Community Day celebration S. Ryegate Kendall Fiske, who has been in the intensive care unit of the Medical Center Hospital of Vermont in Burlington will be held at St. Martin's following open-heart surgery, Chapel in Fairlee Nov. 6. is expecting to be discharged There will be a silver tea Oct.22. following the service. The next Irene Johnson hosted a food sale will be held at the party at her home Oct. 19 for library Oct. 30 at 3:00 p.m. six of her former fellow Mrs. Lilllan Lamb reported on workers at Grafton County a trip which she and other Extension Service. members of Church Women Cedric Smith left Oct. 18 for United made to the Waterbury Boulder, Colo., to attend the State Hospital Oct. 13 for a funeral for his brother, workshop meeting. The Warren Smith. Lee Dawley i 584-3688 14 from Cottage Hospital, Woodsville, N.H., where she had been a surgical patient. Her son, Ray Phelps, after program for the afternoon was presented by the Rev. William Wick of Bradford, who showed slides of an eight day trip which he and a group of students spent, in the Holy Beth Nelson W OOdSVi ! l e, 757-3,29 Farewell Open House new priest to become for Winthrop Klarks acquainted. The Haverhill Cooperative Calvary Baptist hosted a Farewell Open House Church Thirteen members of Ladies Aid met at the home of Doris McLam Oct. 21. Hazel Rosa led the devotions, Mary Frost recited a poem ("The Making of Friends"), and the Rev. Land. A social hour followed. Marion Redding read an The steeple lighting for this article on peace. Doris week is given by Muriel McLamandLettieWinchester Williams in memory of her were hostesses. parents, Clarence and Mable Joyce Zampieri returned Fortin. home recently from Nor- theastern Vermont Regional Hospital, where she had been a surgical patient. Winnie Frost was visited Oct. 21 by Leone Lurid, a former fellow Vermont Extension Service worker being with her during her convalescence, left Oct. 21 to return to hiheme in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. The day before his leaving, he and all of her other children treated her to an "in-house party." Mary Florentine was given a baby shower Oct. 21 at the home of Barbara Ruppert by 15 of her friends and relatives. Doris McLam was visited Oct. 20 by Mary Gissin of W. Yarmouth, Mass., and Betty Morrison of Winchester, Mass. Donald Phelps returned to the Hitchcock Clinic, Hanover, N.H., Oct. 20 for a check-up. Ellsworth Frost and his mother Mary visited her sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Cameron, in Barre Oct. 18. The Senior High Fellowship of the church is planning a Haunted House Party for Halloween, to be held at the church 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Oct. 31. in honor of Thelma and The annual Halloween from Concord, Vt. She and her Winthrop Klark on Oct. 18 at Party will he held at the sister, Mary Frost, were also the elementary school. Calvary Baptist Church on visited recently by Mr. and Friends and acquantances OCt. 30 for all ages. There will Mrs. Fred Frost and son gathered to wish them well in be the "unusual" Haunted Richard, of S. Norwalk, Conn. the future. Winthrop Klark was a selectman for Haverhill until the last election. OBTA Hears Jan Deyle of NCMC On Oct. 3, the Opera Block Tenants Association held its House, Games, Costume Judging, prizes, and refresh- ments, There will also be a time of devotions. Everyone is welcome. Easter Seal Benefit Dance The Connecticut Valley Violet Phelps returned Oct. monthly meeting. President Snowmobile Club will sponsor Annie Johnson presided, The the annual Easter Seal Benefit Prayer was read in unison led Dance on Oct. 24 from 9:00 to by Ruth Norris. Reports were 1:00 a.m. at the elementary read and approved. A vote of school. Doug Blake and North thanks was extended to Country will provide the Bernice and Roy Halfrey for music. the donation of an electric Railroading of a coffee pet. Hundred Years Jan Doyle of NCMC spoke Edgar T. Mead, the well- concerning progress of the known author of "Through new window installation. It Covered Bridges to Concord, was voted to hold the annual The Up-Country Line" spoke Christmas party at the con- at the joint meeting of the clusion of the Dec. 8 regular Progressive Club and meeting. Haverhill Historical Society A pot luck supper was voted on Oct. 19 at the St. Luke's on and arrangements made to Parish House. A good crowd hold this OCt. 27 at 5:30 p.m. gathered to hear the Another church activity planned is a children's choir for grades one through six. First rehearsal will be Oct. 29 at 3:00 at the church. Ryegate. , The Extension Homemakers Group held their monthly meeting Thursday afternoon, Oct. 15, at the home of Mrs. Bruce Nelson. This was a planning meeting. The next meeting will be Nov. 12 at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Alfred LaBay. It will he a Thanksgiving Dinner, and each member is asked to bring a dish for the dinner, also an item for a fond basket for a needy family. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whitehill, Mr. and Mrs. Edward McLure, Wendell Clark, and Walter Wilco? met at the Whitehills' home Thursday evening, Oct. 8, for a Grange Auditors Meeting. A number of parents of Kindergarten Students in the Nancy Perkins 584-3611 Wayne Heywood of St. Johnsbury, Jason Heywood of Concord, and Mr. and Mrs. Ahmed Hutchinson and two children of Barre. Mrs. Kenneth Nelson met Mrs. Jon Ojala, of Jericho, in Burlington for lunch Satur- day, Oct. 17, and together they attended a workshop there. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Leonard, Darren, Jeffrey, Danny, and Sarah and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gordon were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Eastman and Darryl for birthday cake and ice cream Wednesday evening, Oct. 21, in celebration of Darryi's 17th birthday. Mrs. Gene Perkins, with Mrs. Richard Vaughan of N Wentworth The Reverend Davfd Waiters will transfer to the W. Lebanon Congregational Church on Jan. 1. Lois Powell spent Thursday visiting relatives in Burlington, Vt. The local fire department participated, on Thursday evening, in a planned exer- cise. They were called to Warren where our old barn had been set afire for the exercise. Mrs. Minnie Reed of Tavares, FI., was in town last week visiting friends. The snowmobile club will hold a dance on Oct. 31 at the school. Admission is $4.00. Proceeds will be used to repair bridges, trails, etc. The Country Travelers will play. It's a BYOB affair. The New Hampshire Indian Council Harvest Festival was held on Sunday, Oct. 18, at the home of Carlyle Weeks, its sponsor. Because of the in- clement weather only a short religious ceremony was held, with Arthur DaFoe, Medicine Man presiding, the Council Fire was lit and the Circle and its participants received the rites of purification in Eastern tradition. Then William Dyson of Warren presented his daughter to the congregation as Running Deer, her given name. They then regrouped inside where a feast of Thanksgiving Marcella lloffman 764-5795 was enjoyed by all 81 par- ticipants some having come from as far as Manchester and Stratford. Among the tribes represented were: Sioux, Chegenne, Mohawk, Apache, Penobscott, Haron and North Cheyenne. Young people are reminded that excellent films are shown every Thursday at the audio- visual center in Rumney library. One showing is at 3:30 and a second at 7:00 p.m. There is no charge. The center has received 137 musical records from the states largely classical. Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Robinson and daughters Jenny and Jessie of Stapford, spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bates. They were joined by Mrs. Robin- son's mother and father, David and \\;Pauline Brock, of Shrewsbury! Barbara Lech, recently appointed school census taker by the school hoard, will start her work shortly. All data received this time will be kept by computer records in the superintendent's office in Plymouth, therefore it is requested that full cooperation be given to Mrs. Lech. Mrs. Eugene Page has been entertaining her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fillian, of Rehohoth Beach, Del. Waits River Riverside Grange No. 455 met Wednesday evening, Oct. 21 for their regular meeting with Master Grog Perreault presiding. The charter was draped in loving memory of Mrs. Mildred Minkema. Linch Wilds and Margaret Goulette, delegates to Ver- mont State Grange, gave interesting reports on the session. The program of the lecturer included music, reading and games. The Nov. 4 meeting will be an open meeting. The Wells River, Baldwin Memorial Mrs. Clinton Sawyer _ 439-5445 agricultural committee will have charge of the program. A warden from the Fish and Game Department will speak on wildlife at 8:30. You are invited to attend this program. Remember the annual masquerade party at Fellowship Hall Saturday evening, Oct. 31. Mrs. Phyllis Sommer is a surgical patient at the Central Vermont Hospital. Her daughter, Dr. Joan Dodge, of Ithica, N.Y., is at the Sommer home to be with her mother during her convalescence. Beth NelsoR' 757-3429 Blue Mountain RAILROAD HISTORY EAKER" Edgar Mead, speaker on and Montreal Railroad History is shown at a joint meeting of Progressive Club, the Haverhill Historical Society, and teachers sville, held on Oct. 1.q. There were 57 guests and members N. Haverhill Our sympathy to the family mother, Betty Langner, and in Brooks of Roland and Jonathan Durham, Conn., Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Currier. Bunnell, friends of the family. Montpelier. Bruce and Van Anderson, Weekend visitors of classmate and family have moved into Laurence and Eola Smith Bradford the Alice Thompson house were her sister and brother-in- Sunday next to the old post office, law, Mr. and Mrs. John dinner to Brian, Roxanne, and Kelli Goodwin of Weirs Beach, N.H. 88th birthday Copeland spent the weekend Highlights of Vic and 0ct.23. with his folks, Marge and Vernona Wallace's vacation Fourteen Russell Page. trip included a visit with their took to the Marion Young and Etta daughter Lynda and family in enjoying Hatch have returned from a Jonesboro, Georgia, a visit to Nest in bus tour of several days Six FlagsoverGeorgia, avisit tinning on through Pennsylvania. with friends at Harper's in Wilmot Doug and Jane White en- Ferry, West Virginia, a tourof two ex-WAC joyed a trip toNewOrleansto the inner harbor and the complex and visit their son Eric and family, restored ship Constellation at "A taste of While there, they took a Baltimore, and a visit to the jellies. Their sternwheeler trip on the Civil War battlefield at includes a Mississippi River. Their Antietam. Kay White, return trip was by way of the Blue Ridge Parkway, stopping at Luray Caverbs and Get- tysburg, also seeing the Amish country. In Connecticut they stopped in Wolcott to visit Jane's sister and mother, then in Haddam to visit her step- Recent visitors at Russ and the group Gayle Keniston's were Mr. excellent and Mrs. Frederick Zealor of living room. Peabody, Mass. and Winfred Zealor of Davis, Cdlifornia. met last Gladys Gilman and Gertrude the home of Brooks joined them for dinner. 14 present. Callers at the Gilman- Ring to b • Bertha Carleton the new W. New ury 429-3868 Sno won Mrs. Edward Colson en- evening and a state instructor package. tertained Miss Marion Wilson will be the leader. All men are Ernestine with Mildred' Pillsbury and presentation of "Railroading community attended a Jefferson Hill, attended a Library o.U., merain rg e. Roy of a Hundred Ye" tracing meeting at the Blue Mountain meeting of the Caledonia As a part of the continuing Hatt.rey offered to t  Mrs: J,,adi Couaty 4t,H Foundation series at the Baldwin obtammg a wheelchair for the interesting anecaotes in Bouffard Tuesday evening, Trustees Monday evening, Memorial Library, Brenda organization. After the relation to the subject. The Oct.6. Oct. 19, inSt. Johnsbury. Silver of Dartmouth, drawing of door prizes at which time each member present received a prize. Refreshments were served by hostesses Irene Miller and Dorothy Vance. Library Book Sale The Woodsville Library held a Book Sale Oct. 17. Coffee was served for the occassion. Fiction and non-fiction was available. Belgium Booster Club Sponsors Indoor Flea Market A variety of crafts, art work, antiques, "yard sale items", and food were available at the Indoor Flea Market at the Community Building on Oct. 17. Wonderful fall weather encouraged tourists to attend the event. United Methodist Church The United Methodist Church was the scene of a Harvest Supper on Oct. 21 with red flannel hash and baked beans as main dishes. St. Luke's Episcopal Church The Rev. Frances Potter of the Northern Grafton County Shared ministry held her first service at the St. Luke's Episcopal Church on Oct. 18. The Rev. Potter is one of three (the Rev. Carleton Schaller, Littleton; the Rev. William Krogstadt of Lisbon; and Woodsville are the others who will he sharing their ministries as a two year ex- periment. A Coffee Hour was held following the service to allow parishioners and the subject was of particular interest as recollections were made of the importance of the railroad in Wondsville's history. "The Grim Reaper" "The Grim Reaper" a gospel film will be shown at the Benton Bible Chapel on OCt. 24 in the evening at 7:00. There will also be a "Spook Walk" and refreshments. Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy this evening of fun and fellowship. News Briefs Earl and Marion Towne were in •Connecticut on Columbus Day to attend the wedding of their grand, daughter. Audrey Lavoie and Carol Lavoie from Sarasota, Fla., recently visited friends and relatives in the area. Roy and Bernice Halfrey spent Columbus Day at the home of their son, E!roy E. Halfrey Jr. in S. Hamilton, Mass. There was a family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Halfrey Sr. visited numerous historical sites including "The House of Seven Gables" in Salem, Bunker Hill Monument, Old Ironsides, Fanuiel Hall, and Quincy Markets. Frank and Joan Parker spent several days last week in Essex Jct., Vt. The Jonathan Oakes family was in Brandon one day last week. Several from town attended the Baked Ham Dinner in Benton last week. Virginia Bedell Bradford ' ' 4005700o Clifford and Esther French Oct. 30, Saturday, Oct. 31, and were in Orange, Conn. from Oct. 9 to 11 with her sister Mildred and George Gilson, Oct. 19 Clifford and Ernest French of E. Corinth were in Salem, N.H., to buy old Buick parts. Mahlon and Junis Thurston have moved into their new home on Route 25. They have rented their home in Cassville to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ordway and children. Charlie Hines and wife Cheryl are visiting relatives while changing bases. They spent part of their furlough in Texas with relatives. Donald Richardson was Sunday, Nov. 1, 1981. Anyone having anything to donate would be greatly appreciated. Earl Welch of Shearer's Greenhouse attended a Plantman's Association meeting at the Brown Derby in Montpelier on Wednesday, Oct. 21. The meeting was for recertification for the ap- plication of pesticides. Mr. Welch is on the Executive Board of the Plantsman's Association. BENEFIT DANCE TO BE HELD home from Saudia Arabia due WILLIAMSTOWN--There to the death of his father Irwin will be a Benefit Dance on (Dick) Richardson, Nov. 6, from 9:00 to 1:00 p.m., Chuck and Debbie Carlson at the Skyview Casino. The attended an Agway meeting in event is sponsored to benefit Maine a few days last week, the Vershire Hilltop  Pre- The American Legion will school. Donations: $7.00 for continue their rummage sale couples, $4.00 for singles. next weekend, Friday night, BYOB. Union School of Waltham, Mass. for several welcome. Kindergarten and Title One days recently. They visited Mrs. Solar Stevens and Miss At the children at Blue Mountain the Calvin Coolidge Memorial Edith Meara spent Friday at place was Union School are being tested District of Htstortc Preser: 'Glencliff to visit Mrs. Hazel Anderson at present, ration, The Maple Museum in Greenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miller from Syracuse, N.Y., spent ten days, recently, as guests of Mr. Norman Lowe. His brother Sumner Miller of Demarest, N.J. joined them for several days. Spending the Those from Blue Mountain Grange No. 263 attending the State Grange Session in White River Junction Oct. 15 through 17 were Mrs. Fremont Nelson on Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hilyer on Friday, and weekend of OCt. 3 with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Nelson Mrs. Bruce Beauvais, Tad, and Vincent Hilyer on Amanda, and Meredith; were Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Fremont two children of Glens Falls, Nelson, Darey, Matthew, and N.Y. Ethan and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Arthur Whitehill, Mrs. William Nelson, Grant, Otis Wheeler, Mrs. James Hannah, Andrew, and Betsey Kinerson, Mrs. Reginald were guests of Mr. and Mrs. White, Mrs. Walter Main, and Kenneth Carson, Brian and Mrs. Gone Perkins were in Kristin in Bradford, Sunday, Plymouth, N.H., Saturday, Oct. 17, to attend the Fall Meeting of the Northern New England Presbyterial. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins attended the State Grange Youth Banquet in White River Junction Friday evening, Oct. 16. Enroute home they called on her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fifield and Barbara in Wilder. Dinner guests Saturday, Oct. 17, of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson were Mr. and Mrs. Corinth Under the flawless blue sky of Oct. 17, Robbie Noll saw the snow glistening atop Mt. Moosilauke and said, "Let's go." The four year old peak- bagger of Corinth Center reached the summit and oceeded to pelt his folks with snowballs. After some coaxing he settled down long enough for a couple of pictures at the summit sign. At day's end, his only prayer was that his legs would feel better in the morning. And they did. Mrs. Eugene Davis has completed her summer's work at Bonnie Oaks in Fairlee. Lynn and June (Murphy) King, formerly of Worcester, have purchased the 9 acre woodlot owned by Ralph and Irma Carmen of Bound Brook, N.J. Buss and Brenda Carter visited his son and wife Allen and Kathy Carter and his new granddaughter Emily in Suffolk, Va. While they were in Virginia they enjoyed a Harbour Tour in Portsmouth. Sunday afternoon Merle Perrin accompanied her mother and wife, Harold and Laura Parker, of E. Corinth, to Canaan, N.H., where they visited their nephew  Ivan McGranaghan. Sunday dinner guest of Buss and Brenda Carter were Ralph Best and Brenda's mother Dorothy Best of Windsor. Oct. 18, for a pelt luck buffet dinner. Mrs. Clara Perry of Newport was a guest of her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty Tuesday through Friday, Oct. 20 through 23. Mr. andMrs. Guy Labeunty attended the Spaghetti Supper Saturday evening, Oct. 17, in Pike, afterwhich they spent the evening with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dorr in E. Haverhill. Eleanor Burroughs I 4.1..%547 Mr. and Mrs. William Mayer, who spent last week at the Mayer home in Cookeville, left Wednesday to return to their home in Guilford, Conn. Buss and Brenda Carter were in N. Hartland recently where they visited his daughter, Carol Filfolt; and enjoyed a dinner in honor of Buss's birthday. David Hastings spent the past week in the UVM area attending the New England Holstein Sale. While there he visited former college classmates and stayed with Wendell Muggett in Jef- fersonville. The Devins brothers, Harold and Richard; attended the sale also. During David's absence, Raymond Covey was his herdsman. West Corinth All of W. Corinth has been wondering what to do about the fact that Thomas Watkin has had no water running to his kitchen sink since last Christmas. It was known that Tom was using his bathtub as his kitchen sink. In response to any inquiries about the matter, Tom replied non- chalantly, "Why bother, it will just freeze next winter." Still, one resident offered to send down her plumber when next he came to the village. Thomas refused. Another made an appointment, but as soon as Tom found out, he Pre-school and Kin- dergarten parents met with their children's teachers Oct. 13 in the evening. Mrs. Judi Bouffard explained the things children learn and their schedule. There was also a The annual Turkey Supper, Smith. held at the hall OCt. 10 was as Bellamy. presented "The Odd Women" on Oct. 19. The Great Pumpkin Awaited WYKR advlses listeners in the area to be ready for the coming of "The Great Pumpkin". As in previous years over 100 pumpkins will he hidden in the Wells River, Groton, Ryegate, Corinth and Topsham areas to be found by a'nyone 12 and under several days before Halloween. Exact dates will be announced. Prizes are awarded for those found. discussion of parties and a sign-up sheet available for parents who were interested in participating in the parties. Warnings are all out at this time. Halloween parties and costume parade will take place on the 30th in the elementa' grades. Parents are welcome to visit. Warren Mr. John H. Nicol and Mrs. Viney Matson are visiting his son and her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Nicol and family in Virginia. They are expected to be away several weeks. Mark is employed by the Mobil Oil Corp. Moosilauke Lodge No. 63 F and AM held a regular meeting at the Temple Thursday evening last. Some degree work will he coming up soon, watch for notices. Bruce Bumford is and has been on crutches due toa knee injury suffered while playing whiffle ball. He seems to be gaining as well as can be expected. Tracy also had an injury in a sports activity. Don't forget to get that chimney cleaned before it catches fire when you least expect it. It might cause some cancelled it. Finally, the Threshold Institute was forced to intervene. The Institute, which has its own rather serious water related problems, quietly circulated a one-word rumor: philan- thropy. Yet, how could the citizens pay for Tom's plumber when he had just bought a new and a new freezer and a new wood stove? Fortunately, at this stage Tom's parents, General and Mrs. William Watkin, arrived for a visit. Tom's mother insisted that, among other things in the house, the faucets under the sink be examined and cleaned. Eureka! The water flowed. The pipes were not frozen these last 9 months-- only dirty. Tom was pleased and W. Corinth relieved. Alas, that winter should be so close at hand and that Tom's fateful prophecy of frozen pipes may soon come true. However, the residents of W. Corinth owe a debt of (please turn to page 7) Floyd R. Ray 764-9979 damage or loss of a home. A turkey vulture was seen in E. Warren recently, un- fortunately this is not a hunted species. They don't look like they would be very good eating. Who else has seen one around. They are black ungainly and ugly. One bear and no deer checked in at the local station so far. Either there are few hunters or few game or beth-- could blame it on politics I suppose. There is a new book out which should be of interest to people of this section, it is, "Logging Railroads of the White Mts." and it put out by the Society for Protection our Forests, 64 Portsmouth St., Concord, N.H. 03301. By next week at this time we expect to have the 1981 tax rate, and we hope it will be down. We have been held up two weeks awaiting a report from the school superin- tentlents office. Seems like there is always something to hold things up. Peggy (Sayre) Marshall called in town Monday. This lady and her husband now reside in Colorade Springs, Colo. She and her first husband, Fordy Sayre were among the first people to ski race down the Carriage Road on Mt. Moosilauke, before 1930. She still has a fair acreage out east which they bought before 1930 and was known as Spyglas Hill. She has worked many years on a state level, with retarded children. Ethel Graves is in Con- necticut where she attended the wedding of a grand- daughter. The Selectmen of the Town of Warren are pleased to announce that Beatrice Jones is the new Trustee of Trust Funds and bookkeeper for the account for the town. We welcome her to the town's official family. St. Johnsbury and took several riders to view the beautiful foliage. The people of the com- munity extend sympathy to the family of Rev. Donald Johnston. A service in his memory will be held at the W. Newbury church Saturday afternoon on Nov. 7. Mrs. Adrien Aeschliman and a friend, Mrs. Lucy Russell, from Portsmouth, N.H., spent the weekend of the 12th at the home of Mrs. Edward Colson and it was wonderful to have Mrs. Aeschliman again in the church choir. Mrs. Barbara Dorn "and daughter from Burlington, spent Saturday afternoon, OCt. 17 with Mrs. Solan Stevens. Miss Margaret Brown from New York recently made a short visit at Miss Edith Mearas. Mrs. Iola Carpenter from N. Springfield is spending some time with Mrs. Marjorie Peach and Wednesday old friends from E. Corinth were luncheon guests, Mrs. Moses Brock, Mrs. Raymond Jerrell, and Mrs. Morris Page. usual very successful, in spite of so many other suppers, not I i r very far away. George Ramel from Mrs. Hopkinton, N.H., and two sons were recent callers and The hunters in town. Co There was a fine attendance public at the hall last Wednesday to Tues. see the pictures of "Wild Life" Town Hall. by Mrs. Lucy Bughee of Director of Bradford. Mrs. Bugbee is a Ottauque! marvelous person for a person Planning of her age (94). three At the business meeting, reports were given and ways to spend money were talked trusts and over. or Watch for the date for the a community supper. It is hoped question many members of the corn- followed. munity will attend Nov. 13 at A 6:00 p.m. Bring your own the plate, commissi4 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swenson of S. Newbury took of Mr. and Mrs. Einard Swenson issues on a lovely ride on Sunday meeting. over Mention Mt. This was to The celebrate Mrs. Swenson's the birthday and their an- evening, niversary. All hope they will of Mrs. have many more rides, projects Mr. and Mrs. John Hill from Cards The local fireman are .Islington, Mass., spent Oct. I0 shut-ins. holding a school for 15 weeks weekend with Mrs. Solan served bY at the firehouse each Tuesday Stevens. November -- the home Hilah Bedard Fuchs. Lisbon The A.V.S.C.C. Holds For the Halloween party, at the Game Day October 28, refreshments will evening, There were forty-one be cider and doughnuts. Those speaker members and two guests, at the October 21 meeting of the not coming in costume, will be Wilbur Ammonoosuc Valley Seniors assessed a small fine. Looking on the stage of the Lisbon ahead, the following are Nov. library, Town Hall. The Curtises were celebrants: Lucy Aldrich, entertaining friends, Mr. and Margaret Baker, Cecile start, Mrs. Jules Harrell of Becraft, Ernest Butson, where to Bloomingdale, Calif. Two Isabelle Goodrich, Edward making members were reported as in Laleme, Joyce Northrop, and the hospital for observation, Virginia Towle. Mr. Lettie Thompson; and for Rebekahlnstallatiou Parker surgery, Genevieve Gertrude Bell Lyman Tewksbury. Rebekahs, unable to attend a now joint Installation later, were Church l The Nov. 13 Christmas Fair installed in Lisbon by Past is to be held at the former Perkins Drug Store, and all District Deputy President are asked to contribute in as Eunice Dresser ably assisted many ways as possible. The by several local officers and hours are expected to be from members. The following were Church, ten to five. In case of need of present for Installation: Noble Christina communication, members Grand Gertrude Merrill, Vice four were divided into local groups Grand Muriel Daicy, Warden -- Lisbon, Franconia, Lan- Frances Hopkins, Conductor At a daft, Bethlehem and Littleton, Leona Stillings, and Chaplain and later, Woodsville. Clarence Daicy. Other of- Before Ida Gray's group, fleers: for the Noble Grand, served sandwiches, pickles, Margaret Welch and Earl and beverages, door prizes Barrett; for the Vice Grand; went to M. Hunt, M. Lytle, H. Hildah Bedard and one to be Bedard, B. Bowles, B. Thorne, chosen, Loren Welch for L. Paige, M. Baker, and M. guardian; and George Marcoux. Various prizes were McAlpin, P.N.G. awarded at Game Day, with Lisbon members presented angel Doris Whitcomb the big a gift to Mrs. Dresser, served short winner, ice cream and Mr. Welch's Page 6-The Journal Opinion-October 28, 1981 I I III E. Corinth,' Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brainerd for a week were their daughter and husband, Janice and Richard Harwond of Fort Bragg, N.C. Mrs. Gloria Miller returned home last Thursday from the Central Vermont Hospital in Berlin where she had been a patient for more than a week. Morris Waters of Lansing, Mich., and his sister, Mrs. Beulah Gray of E. Thefford were Oct. 15 supper guests of their sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Knapp and their daughter and children, Mrs. Warren Huntington Jr., David and Sara. Recent overnight guests of Mrs. Leo Hutchinson were Mrs. Dorothy Saunders and Mrs. Virginia Atkins from Silver Spring, Md. The Women's Fellowship The Women's Fellowship met in the church vestry Oct. 14 for their regular meeting with Mrs. Alice Hood and Miss Everdene Hood, co-hostesses. Stella Knapp 439-5762 Mrs. Beverly Longo led the devotions which were based on the fellowship theme for the ensuing year, "We can if we will". The group was reminded that the World Community Day celebration S. Ryegate Kendall Fiske, who has been in the intensive care unit of the Medical Center Hospital of Vermont in Burlington will be held at St. Martin's following open-heart surgery, Chapel in Fairlee Nov. 6. is expecting to be discharged There will be a silver tea Oct.22. following the service. The next Irene Johnson hosted a food sale will be held at the party at her home Oct. 19 for library Oct. 30 at 3:00 p.m. six of her former fellow Mrs. Lilllan Lamb reported on workers at Grafton County a trip which she and other Extension Service. members of Church Women Cedric Smith left Oct. 18 for United made to the Waterbury Boulder, Colo., to attend the State Hospital Oct. 13 for a funeral for his brother, workshop meeting. The Warren Smith. Lee Dawley i 584-3688 14 from Cottage Hospital, Woodsville, N.H., where she had been a surgical patient. Her son, Ray Phelps, after program for the afternoon was presented by the Rev. William Wick of Bradford, who showed slides of an eight day trip which he and a group of students spent, in the Holy Beth Nelson W OOdSVi ! l e, 757-3,29 Farewell Open House new priest to become for Winthrop Klarks acquainted. The Haverhill Cooperative Calvary Baptist hosted a Farewell Open House Church Thirteen members of Ladies Aid met at the home of Doris McLam Oct. 21. Hazel Rosa led the devotions, Mary Frost recited a poem ("The Making of Friends"), and the Rev. Land. A social hour followed. Marion Redding read an The steeple lighting for this article on peace. Doris week is given by Muriel McLamandLettieWinchester Williams in memory of her were hostesses. parents, Clarence and Mable Joyce Zampieri returned Fortin. home recently from Nor- theastern Vermont Regional Hospital, where she had been a surgical patient. Winnie Frost was visited Oct. 21 by Leone Lurid, a former fellow Vermont Extension Service worker being with her during her convalescence, left Oct. 21 to return to hiheme in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. The day before his leaving, he and all of her other children treated her to an "in-house party." Mary Florentine was given a baby shower Oct. 21 at the home of Barbara Ruppert by 15 of her friends and relatives. Doris McLam was visited Oct. 20 by Mary Gissin of W. Yarmouth, Mass., and Betty Morrison of Winchester, Mass. Donald Phelps returned to the Hitchcock Clinic, Hanover, N.H., Oct. 20 for a check-up. Ellsworth Frost and his mother Mary visited her sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Cameron, in Barre Oct. 18. The Senior High Fellowship of the church is planning a Haunted House Party for Halloween, to be held at the church 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Oct. 31. in honor of Thelma and The annual Halloween from Concord, Vt. She and her Winthrop Klark on Oct. 18 at Party will he held at the sister, Mary Frost, were also the elementary school. Calvary Baptist Church on visited recently by Mr. and Friends and acquantances OCt. 30 for all ages. There will Mrs. Fred Frost and son gathered to wish them well in be the "unusual" Haunted Richard, of S. Norwalk, Conn. the future. Winthrop Klark was a selectman for Haverhill until the last election. OBTA Hears Jan Deyle of NCMC On Oct. 3, the Opera Block Tenants Association held its House, Games, Costume Judging, prizes, and refresh- ments, There will also be a time of devotions. Everyone is welcome. Easter Seal Benefit Dance The Connecticut Valley Violet Phelps returned Oct. monthly meeting. President Snowmobile Club will sponsor Annie Johnson presided, The the annual Easter Seal Benefit Prayer was read in unison led Dance on Oct. 24 from 9:00 to by Ruth Norris. Reports were 1:00 a.m. at the elementary read and approved. A vote of school. Doug Blake and North thanks was extended to Country will provide the Bernice and Roy Halfrey for music. the donation of an electric Railroading of a coffee pet. Hundred Years Jan Doyle of NCMC spoke Edgar T. Mead, the well- concerning progress of the known author of "Through new window installation. It Covered Bridges to Concord, was voted to hold the annual The Up-Country Line" spoke Christmas party at the con- at the joint meeting of the clusion of the Dec. 8 regular Progressive Club and meeting. Haverhill Historical Society A pot luck supper was voted on Oct. 19 at the St. Luke's on and arrangements made to Parish House. A good crowd hold this OCt. 27 at 5:30 p.m. gathered to hear the Another church activity planned is a children's choir for grades one through six. First rehearsal will be Oct. 29 at 3:00 at the church. Ryegate. , The Extension Homemakers Group held their monthly meeting Thursday afternoon, Oct. 15, at the home of Mrs. Bruce Nelson. This was a planning meeting. The next meeting will be Nov. 12 at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Alfred LaBay. It will he a Thanksgiving Dinner, and each member is asked to bring a dish for the dinner, also an item for a fond basket for a needy family. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whitehill, Mr. and Mrs. Edward McLure, Wendell Clark, and Walter Wilco? met at the Whitehills' home Thursday evening, Oct. 8, for a Grange Auditors Meeting. A number of parents of Kindergarten Students in the Nancy Perkins 584-3611 Wayne Heywood of St. Johnsbury, Jason Heywood of Concord, and Mr. and Mrs. Ahmed Hutchinson and two children of Barre. Mrs. Kenneth Nelson met Mrs. Jon Ojala, of Jericho, in Burlington for lunch Satur- day, Oct. 17, and together they attended a workshop there. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Leonard, Darren, Jeffrey, Danny, and Sarah and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gordon were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Eastman and Darryl for birthday cake and ice cream Wednesday evening, Oct. 21, in celebration of Darryi's 17th birthday. Mrs. Gene Perkins, with Mrs. Richard Vaughan of N Wentworth The Reverend Davfd Waiters will transfer to the W. Lebanon Congregational Church on Jan. 1. Lois Powell spent Thursday visiting relatives in Burlington, Vt. The local fire department participated, on Thursday evening, in a planned exer- cise. They were called to Warren where our old barn had been set afire for the exercise. Mrs. Minnie Reed of Tavares, FI., was in town last week visiting friends. The snowmobile club will hold a dance on Oct. 31 at the school. Admission is $4.00. Proceeds will be used to repair bridges, trails, etc. The Country Travelers will play. It's a BYOB affair. The New Hampshire Indian Council Harvest Festival was held on Sunday, Oct. 18, at the home of Carlyle Weeks, its sponsor. Because of the in- clement weather only a short religious ceremony was held, with Arthur DaFoe, Medicine Man presiding, the Council Fire was lit and the Circle and its participants received the rites of purification in Eastern tradition. Then William Dyson of Warren presented his daughter to the congregation as Running Deer, her given name. They then regrouped inside where a feast of Thanksgiving Marcella lloffman 764-5795 was enjoyed by all 81 par- ticipants some having come from as far as Manchester and Stratford. Among the tribes represented were: Sioux, Chegenne, Mohawk, Apache, Penobscott, Haron and North Cheyenne. Young people are reminded that excellent films are shown every Thursday at the audio- visual center in Rumney library. One showing is at 3:30 and a second at 7:00 p.m. There is no charge. The center has received 137 musical records from the states largely classical. Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Robinson and daughters Jenny and Jessie of Stapford, spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bates. They were joined by Mrs. Robin- son's mother and father, David and \\;Pauline Brock, of Shrewsbury! Barbara Lech, recently appointed school census taker by the school hoard, will start her work shortly. All data received this time will be kept by computer records in the superintendent's office in Plymouth, therefore it is requested that full cooperation be given to Mrs. Lech. Mrs. Eugene Page has been entertaining her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fillian, of Rehohoth Beach, Del. Waits River Riverside Grange No. 455 met Wednesday evening, Oct. 21 for their regular meeting with Master Grog Perreault presiding. The charter was draped in loving memory of Mrs. Mildred Minkema. Linch Wilds and Margaret Goulette, delegates to Ver- mont State Grange, gave interesting reports on the session. The program of the lecturer included music, reading and games. The Nov. 4 meeting will be an open meeting. The Wells River, Baldwin Memorial Mrs. Clinton Sawyer _ 439-5445 agricultural committee will have charge of the program. A warden from the Fish and Game Department will speak on wildlife at 8:30. You are invited to attend this program. Remember the annual masquerade party at Fellowship Hall Saturday evening, Oct. 31. Mrs. Phyllis Sommer is a surgical patient at the Central Vermont Hospital. Her daughter, Dr. Joan Dodge, of Ithica, N.Y., is at the Sommer home to be with her mother during her convalescence. Beth NelsoR' 757-3429 Blue Mountain RAILROAD HISTORY EAKER" Edgar Mead, speaker on and Montreal Railroad History is shown at a joint meeting of Progressive Club, the Haverhill Historical Society, and teachers sville, held on Oct. 1.q. There were 57 guests and members N. Haverhill Our sympathy to the family mother, Betty Langner, and in Brooks of Roland and Jonathan Durham, Conn., Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Currier. Bunnell, friends of the family. Montpelier. Bruce and Van Anderson, Weekend visitors of classmate and family have moved into Laurence and Eola Smith Bradford the Alice Thompson house were her sister and brother-in- Sunday next to the old post office, law, Mr. and Mrs. John dinner to Brian, Roxanne, and Kelli Goodwin of Weirs Beach, N.H. 88th birthday Copeland spent the weekend Highlights of Vic and 0ct.23. with his folks, Marge and Vernona Wallace's vacation Fourteen Russell Page. trip included a visit with their took to the Marion Young and Etta daughter Lynda and family in enjoying Hatch have returned from a Jonesboro, Georgia, a visit to Nest in bus tour of several days Six FlagsoverGeorgia, avisit tinning on through Pennsylvania. with friends at Harper's in Wilmot Doug and Jane White en- Ferry, West Virginia, a tourof two ex-WAC joyed a trip toNewOrleansto the inner harbor and the complex and visit their son Eric and family, restored ship Constellation at "A taste of While there, they took a Baltimore, and a visit to the jellies. Their sternwheeler trip on the Civil War battlefield at includes a Mississippi River. Their Antietam. Kay White, return trip was by way of the Blue Ridge Parkway, stopping at Luray Caverbs and Get- tysburg, also seeing the Amish country. In Connecticut they stopped in Wolcott to visit Jane's sister and mother, then in Haddam to visit her step- Recent visitors at Russ and the group Gayle Keniston's were Mr. excellent and Mrs. Frederick Zealor of living room. Peabody, Mass. and Winfred Zealor of Davis, Cdlifornia. met last Gladys Gilman and Gertrude the home of Brooks joined them for dinner. 14 present. Callers at the Gilman- Ring to b • Bertha Carleton the new W. New ury 429-3868 Sno won Mrs. Edward Colson en- evening and a state instructor package. tertained Miss Marion Wilson will be the leader. All men are Ernestine with Mildred' Pillsbury and presentation of "Railroading community attended a Jefferson Hill, attended a Library o.U., merain rg e. Roy of a Hundred Ye" tracing meeting at the Blue Mountain meeting of the Caledonia As a part of the continuing Hatt.rey offered to t  Mrs: J,,adi Couaty 4t,H Foundation series at the Baldwin obtammg a wheelchair for the interesting anecaotes in Bouffard Tuesday evening, Trustees Monday evening, Memorial Library, Brenda organization. After the relation to the subject. The Oct.6. Oct. 19, inSt. Johnsbury. Silver of Dartmouth, drawing of door prizes at which time each member present received a prize. Refreshments were served by hostesses Irene Miller and Dorothy Vance. Library Book Sale The Woodsville Library held a Book Sale Oct. 17. Coffee was served for the occassion. Fiction and non-fiction was available. Belgium Booster Club Sponsors Indoor Flea Market A variety of crafts, art work, antiques, "yard sale items", and food were available at the Indoor Flea Market at the Community Building on Oct. 17. Wonderful fall weather encouraged tourists to attend the event. United Methodist Church The United Methodist Church was the scene of a Harvest Supper on Oct. 21 with red flannel hash and baked beans as main dishes. St. Luke's Episcopal Church The Rev. Frances Potter of the Northern Grafton County Shared ministry held her first service at the St. Luke's Episcopal Church on Oct. 18. The Rev. Potter is one of three (the Rev. Carleton Schaller, Littleton; the Rev. William Krogstadt of Lisbon; and Woodsville are the others who will he sharing their ministries as a two year ex- periment. A Coffee Hour was held following the service to allow parishioners and the subject was of particular interest as recollections were made of the importance of the railroad in Wondsville's history. "The Grim Reaper" "The Grim Reaper" a gospel film will be shown at the Benton Bible Chapel on OCt. 24 in the evening at 7:00. There will also be a "Spook Walk" and refreshments. Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy this evening of fun and fellowship. News Briefs Earl and Marion Towne were in •Connecticut on Columbus Day to attend the wedding of their grand, daughter. Audrey Lavoie and Carol Lavoie from Sarasota, Fla., recently visited friends and relatives in the area. Roy and Bernice Halfrey spent Columbus Day at the home of their son, E!roy E. Halfrey Jr. in S. Hamilton, Mass. There was a family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Halfrey Sr. visited numerous historical sites including "The House of Seven Gables" in Salem, Bunker Hill Monument, Old Ironsides, Fanuiel Hall, and Quincy Markets. Frank and Joan Parker spent several days last week in Essex Jct., Vt. The Jonathan Oakes family was in Brandon one day last week. Several from town attended the Baked Ham Dinner in Benton last week. Virginia Bedell Bradford ' ' 4005700o Clifford and Esther French Oct. 30, Saturday, Oct. 31, and were in Orange, Conn. from Oct. 9 to 11 with her sister Mildred and George Gilson, Oct. 19 Clifford and Ernest French of E. Corinth were in Salem, N.H., to buy old Buick parts. Mahlon and Junis Thurston have moved into their new home on Route 25. They have rented their home in Cassville to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ordway and children. Charlie Hines and wife Cheryl are visiting relatives while changing bases. They spent part of their furlough in Texas with relatives. Donald Richardson was Sunday, Nov. 1, 1981. Anyone having anything to donate would be greatly appreciated. Earl Welch of Shearer's Greenhouse attended a Plantman's Association meeting at the Brown Derby in Montpelier on Wednesday, Oct. 21. The meeting was for recertification for the ap- plication of pesticides. Mr. Welch is on the Executive Board of the Plantsman's Association. BENEFIT DANCE TO BE HELD home from Saudia Arabia due WILLIAMSTOWN--There to the death of his father Irwin will be a Benefit Dance on (Dick) Richardson, Nov. 6, from 9:00 to 1:00 p.m., Chuck and Debbie Carlson at the Skyview Casino. The attended an Agway meeting in event is sponsored to benefit Maine a few days last week, the Vershire Hilltop  Pre- The American Legion will school. Donations: $7.00 for continue their rummage sale couples, $4.00 for singles. next weekend, Friday night, BYOB. Union School of Waltham, Mass. for several welcome. Kindergarten and Title One days recently. They visited Mrs. Solar Stevens and Miss At the children at Blue Mountain the Calvin Coolidge Memorial Edith Meara spent Friday at place was Union School are being tested District of Htstortc Preser: 'Glencliff to visit Mrs. Hazel Anderson at present, ration, The Maple Museum in Greenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miller from Syracuse, N.Y., spent ten days, recently, as guests of Mr. Norman Lowe. His brother Sumner Miller of Demarest, N.J. joined them for several days. Spending the Those from Blue Mountain Grange No. 263 attending the State Grange Session in White River Junction Oct. 15 through 17 were Mrs. Fremont Nelson on Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hilyer on Friday, and weekend of OCt. 3 with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Nelson Mrs. Bruce Beauvais, Tad, and Vincent Hilyer on Amanda, and Meredith; were Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Fremont two children of Glens Falls, Nelson, Darey, Matthew, and N.Y. Ethan and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Arthur Whitehill, Mrs. William Nelson, Grant, Otis Wheeler, Mrs. James Hannah, Andrew, and Betsey Kinerson, Mrs. Reginald were guests of Mr. and Mrs. White, Mrs. Walter Main, and Kenneth Carson, Brian and Mrs. Gone Perkins were in Kristin in Bradford, Sunday, Plymouth, N.H., Saturday, Oct. 17, to attend the Fall Meeting of the Northern New England Presbyterial. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins attended the State Grange Youth Banquet in White River Junction Friday evening, Oct. 16. Enroute home they called on her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fifield and Barbara in Wilder. Dinner guests Saturday, Oct. 17, of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson were Mr. and Mrs. Corinth Under the flawless blue sky of Oct. 17, Robbie Noll saw the snow glistening atop Mt. Moosilauke and said, "Let's go." The four year old peak- bagger of Corinth Center reached the summit and oceeded to pelt his folks with snowballs. After some coaxing he settled down long enough for a couple of pictures at the summit sign. At day's end, his only prayer was that his legs would feel better in the morning. And they did. Mrs. Eugene Davis has completed her summer's work at Bonnie Oaks in Fairlee. Lynn and June (Murphy) King, formerly of Worcester, have purchased the 9 acre woodlot owned by Ralph and Irma Carmen of Bound Brook, N.J. Buss and Brenda Carter visited his son and wife Allen and Kathy Carter and his new granddaughter Emily in Suffolk, Va. While they were in Virginia they enjoyed a Harbour Tour in Portsmouth. Sunday afternoon Merle Perrin accompanied her mother and wife, Harold and Laura Parker, of E. Corinth, to Canaan, N.H., where they visited their nephew  Ivan McGranaghan. Sunday dinner guest of Buss and Brenda Carter were Ralph Best and Brenda's mother Dorothy Best of Windsor. Oct. 18, for a pelt luck buffet dinner. Mrs. Clara Perry of Newport was a guest of her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty Tuesday through Friday, Oct. 20 through 23. Mr. andMrs. Guy Labeunty attended the Spaghetti Supper Saturday evening, Oct. 17, in Pike, afterwhich they spent the evening with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dorr in E. Haverhill. Eleanor Burroughs I 4.1..%547 Mr. and Mrs. William Mayer, who spent last week at the Mayer home in Cookeville, left Wednesday to return to their home in Guilford, Conn. Buss and Brenda Carter were in N. Hartland recently where they visited his daughter, Carol Filfolt; and enjoyed a dinner in honor of Buss's birthday. David Hastings spent the past week in the UVM area attending the New England Holstein Sale. While there he visited former college classmates and stayed with Wendell Muggett in Jef- fersonville. The Devins brothers, Harold and Richard; attended the sale also. During David's absence, Raymond Covey was his herdsman. West Corinth All of W. Corinth has been wondering what to do about the fact that Thomas Watkin has had no water running to his kitchen sink since last Christmas. It was known that Tom was using his bathtub as his kitchen sink. In response to any inquiries about the matter, Tom replied non- chalantly, "Why bother, it will just freeze next winter." Still, one resident offered to send down her plumber when next he came to the village. Thomas refused. Another made an appointment, but as soon as Tom found out, he Pre-school and Kin- dergarten parents met with their children's teachers Oct. 13 in the evening. Mrs. Judi Bouffard explained the things children learn and their schedule. There was also a The annual Turkey Supper, Smith. held at the hall OCt. 10 was as Bellamy. presented "The Odd Women" on Oct. 19. The Great Pumpkin Awaited WYKR advlses listeners in the area to be ready for the coming of "The Great Pumpkin". As in previous years over 100 pumpkins will he hidden in the Wells River, Groton, Ryegate, Corinth and Topsham areas to be found by a'nyone 12 and under several days before Halloween. Exact dates will be announced. Prizes are awarded for those found. discussion of parties and a sign-up sheet available for parents who were interested in participating in the parties. Warnings are all out at this time. Halloween parties and costume parade will take place on the 30th in the elementa' grades. Parents are welcome to visit. Warren Mr. John H. Nicol and Mrs. Viney Matson are visiting his son and her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Nicol and family in Virginia. They are expected to be away several weeks. Mark is employed by the Mobil Oil Corp. Moosilauke Lodge No. 63 F and AM held a regular meeting at the Temple Thursday evening last. Some degree work will he coming up soon, watch for notices. Bruce Bumford is and has been on crutches due toa knee injury suffered while playing whiffle ball. He seems to be gaining as well as can be expected. Tracy also had an injury in a sports activity. Don't forget to get that chimney cleaned before it catches fire when you least expect it. It might cause some cancelled it. Finally, the Threshold Institute was forced to intervene. The Institute, which has its own rather serious water related problems, quietly circulated a one-word rumor: philan- thropy. Yet, how could the citizens pay for Tom's plumber when he had just bought a new and a new freezer and a new wood stove? Fortunately, at this stage Tom's parents, General and Mrs. William Watkin, arrived for a visit. Tom's mother insisted that, among other things in the house, the faucets under the sink be examined and cleaned. Eureka! The water flowed. The pipes were not frozen these last 9 months-- only dirty. Tom was pleased and W. Corinth relieved. Alas, that winter should be so close at hand and that Tom's fateful prophecy of frozen pipes may soon come true. However, the residents of W. Corinth owe a debt of (please turn to page 7) Floyd R. Ray 764-9979 damage or loss of a home. A turkey vulture was seen in E. Warren recently, un- fortunately this is not a hunted species. They don't look like they would be very good eating. Who else has seen one around. They are black ungainly and ugly. One bear and no deer checked in at the local station so far. Either there are few hunters or few game or beth-- could blame it on politics I suppose. There is a new book out which should be of interest to people of this section, it is, "Logging Railroads of the White Mts." and it put out by the Society for Protection our Forests, 64 Portsmouth St., Concord, N.H. 03301. By next week at this time we expect to have the 1981 tax rate, and we hope it will be down. We have been held up two weeks awaiting a report from the school superin- tentlents office. Seems like there is always something to hold things up. Peggy (Sayre) Marshall called in town Monday. This lady and her husband now reside in Colorade Springs, Colo. She and her first husband, Fordy Sayre were among the first people to ski race down the Carriage Road on Mt. Moosilauke, before 1930. She still has a fair acreage out east which they bought before 1930 and was known as Spyglas Hill. She has worked many years on a state level, with retarded children. Ethel Graves is in Con- necticut where she attended the wedding of a grand- daughter. The Selectmen of the Town of Warren are pleased to announce that Beatrice Jones is the new Trustee of Trust Funds and bookkeeper for the account for the town. We welcome her to the town's official family. St. Johnsbury and took several riders to view the beautiful foliage. The people of the com- munity extend sympathy to the family of Rev. Donald Johnston. A service in his memory will be held at the W. Newbury church Saturday afternoon on Nov. 7. Mrs. Adrien Aeschliman and a friend, Mrs. Lucy Russell, from Portsmouth, N.H., spent the weekend of the 12th at the home of Mrs. Edward Colson and it was wonderful to have Mrs. Aeschliman again in the church choir. Mrs. Barbara Dorn "and daughter from Burlington, spent Saturday afternoon, OCt. 17 with Mrs. Solan Stevens. Miss Margaret Brown from New York recently made a short visit at Miss Edith Mearas. Mrs. Iola Carpenter from N. Springfield is spending some time with Mrs. Marjorie Peach and Wednesday old friends from E. Corinth were luncheon guests, Mrs. Moses Brock, Mrs. Raymond Jerrell, and Mrs. Morris Page. usual very successful, in spite of so many other suppers, not I i r very far away. George Ramel from Mrs. Hopkinton, N.H., and two sons were recent callers and The hunters in town. Co There was a fine attendance public at the hall last Wednesday to Tues. see the pictures of "Wild Life" Town Hall. by Mrs. Lucy Bughee of Director of Bradford. Mrs. Bugbee is a Ottauque! marvelous person for a person Planning of her age (94). three At the business meeting, reports were given and ways to spend money were talked trusts and over. or Watch for the date for the a community supper. It is hoped question many members of the corn- followed. munity will attend Nov. 13 at A 6:00 p.m. Bring your own the plate, commissi4 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swenson of S. Newbury took of Mr. and Mrs. Einard Swenson issues on a lovely ride on Sunday meeting. over Mention Mt. This was to The celebrate Mrs. Swenson's the birthday and their an- evening, niversary. All hope they will of Mrs. have many more rides, projects Mr. and Mrs. John Hill from Cards The local fireman are .Islington, Mass., spent Oct. I0 shut-ins. holding a school for 15 weeks weekend with Mrs. Solan served bY at the firehouse each Tuesday Stevens. November -- the home Hilah Bedard Fuchs. Lisbon The A.V.S.C.C. Holds For the Halloween party, at the Game Day October 28, refreshments will evening, There were forty-one be cider and doughnuts. Those speaker members and two guests, at the October 21 meeting of the not coming in costume, will be Wilbur Ammonoosuc Valley Seniors assessed a small fine. Looking on the stage of the Lisbon ahead, the following are Nov. library, Town Hall. The Curtises were celebrants: Lucy Aldrich, entertaining friends, Mr. and Margaret Baker, Cecile start, Mrs. Jules Harrell of Becraft, Ernest Butson, where to Bloomingdale, Calif. Two Isabelle Goodrich, Edward making members were reported as in Laleme, Joyce Northrop, and the hospital for observation, Virginia Towle. Mr. Lettie Thompson; and for Rebekahlnstallatiou Parker surgery, Genevieve Gertrude Bell Lyman Tewksbury. Rebekahs, unable to attend a now joint Installation later, were Church l The Nov. 13 Christmas Fair installed in Lisbon by Past is to be held at the former Perkins Drug Store, and all District Deputy President are asked to contribute in as Eunice Dresser ably assisted many ways as possible. The by several local officers and hours are expected to be from members. The following were Church, ten to five. In case of need of present for Installation: Noble Christina communication, members Grand Gertrude Merrill, Vice four were divided into local groups Grand Muriel Daicy, Warden -- Lisbon, Franconia, Lan- Frances Hopkins, Conductor At a daft, Bethlehem and Littleton, Leona Stillings, and Chaplain and later, Woodsville. Clarence Daicy. Other of- Before Ida Gray's group, fleers: for the Noble Grand, served sandwiches, pickles, Margaret Welch and Earl and beverages, door prizes Barrett; for the Vice Grand; went to M. Hunt, M. Lytle, H. Hildah Bedard and one to be Bedard, B. Bowles, B. Thorne, chosen, Loren Welch for L. Paige, M. Baker, and M. guardian; and George Marcoux. Various prizes were McAlpin, P.N.G. awarded at Game Day, with Lisbon members presented angel Doris Whitcomb the big a gift to Mrs. Dresser, served short winner, ice cream and Mr. Welch's