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October 28, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 plans less salt for roads Ver- of Tran- released a depicting the for for the Early in the the Agency officials and to make a preliminary ,= revised map is this input, ac- Transportation Evslin. Less ! to be used for but salt will he :  i temperatures ice, say reduction in :tions the creation of ; agency budget. i transferred from paving. during its last the state's" ton "safe" As aa three-levelresult' the that reduced the of vehicles low traffic receive sub- Will less salt. Salting roads with in- traffic volumes eliminate one applications nor- Evslin stressed i Selected level of change during the result of the ring conditions He invited all nlake comments conditions to office or to any office / v STATE OF VERMONT 1981 - 1982 PROPOSED 2 TRI-LEVEL R WINTER MAINTENANCE PROGRAM that travel during the Piermont for the time the remains snow- The sympathy of the said, "Extra community is extended to the allowed for all Wilson-Hartley families on the to offset the death of Mrs. Charles Snow- (Beatrice) Wilson. A Memorial service was held at can usually the Piermont Congregational speeds Church with the Rev. Robert niles per hour. increase both Robb officiating. Those from of skidding and out of town included her sons, of any resulting Ronald Wilson of Seffner, Fla. and Dr. David F. Wilson of to Evslin. Oxford, Ohio; and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ullrecht from Long Island. The Rev. Robert Robb conducted a memorial service in the church for Mrs. Joseph (Eda) Clayburn last week. Mrs. Clayburn was a town resident for many years. Her brother; Oscar Fellows and his daughter came from ........ Brattlehoro for the service. The library trustees and the school board held a joint meeting this month to discuss ways of working more closely together since the library serves as a school library as well as a public library. Librarian Bonnie French is giving an excellent course in library practice to all grades as well as a story hour and records for the kindergarten. A full staff reports on Tuesday to assist and guide attending A. Smith Jr. classes. Library assistance covers a wide range. Trevor Field of Devon, England, arrived in r,nl town Tuesday on his bicycle ---.r from Canada via the White Mountains. Four Corners Store suggested that Robert ,EArmy Evans might give him per- Pvt. Wendell mission to pitch his tent in an of Grace H. Evans field, which Robert did has and invited him to cook his an armor dinner on a New England U.S. Army wood stove in the kitchen. :,Ky. Robert then brought him to Was conducted the library where he was Station Unit doing some research work for program, his own theatrical papers. combat Trevor was quite impressed advanced in- with our little library. There a into one 13- member of the staff suggested that the S. Arnold Shields students would probably welcome him for the night and called the including Shields home. The Shields armament have bicycled in Ireland and weapons. England and welcomed him as in a house guest for two nights. It map was preferable to 30 percent main- temperature in a tent, although Robert was also prepared to have him sleep indoors. Chairman of the Library Beard of Trustees, Robert Robb and Mrs. Eugene (N) Robbins, trustee, attended the buane M. State Library Trustees and Mrs. meeting in Concord, last Orford, Wednesday. One A small group from the (OSUT) Social Club enjoyed their Infantry annual banquet at The Gar- Ga. den. period Mrs. Dean Osgood is visiting combat in England with her sister, in- Mrs. Fred Herrick (Jeanne Mellin) of Hamilton, N.Y. included Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith have returned to their home in Newgarden, Ohio after eom- visiting at their son's home, combat here. Ms. Elaine Evan's of this parents are now visiting at the soldier as home. antryman William Daley III and t fire Elizabeth Bayne were married by the Rev. Robert to in a INTERESTING FACT Silent film star Mary Pick- of ford's real name was Gladys Smith. Robb in the Old West Church, Calais, Vt., on Oct. 10. Cynthia Underhill's "sister" Julie Joynes from the Grand Marais school in Minnesota, which Cynthia attended last winter, is visiting at the Lawrence Underhill home. Mrs. Clement Kioghorn went with the Guy Kinghorn family to the wedding of her granddaughter, Patricia Kinghorn, daughter of Robert Kinghorn, to William Carrington III in Warwack, I his discovery of baked beans -- first, beanhole beans in Maine and then Piermont, -- "the best he had ever eaten." Trash hags are available at the library to be filled with leaves to help the library insulate. Fuel is a big expense in the library budget. Your help is requested. Top Honors went to the Rocking Horse Hill 4-H Club at the Grafton County 4-H Round-Up, Oct. 10. Their leader, Mrs. Dean Osgood also R.I. Sept. 26th. Her grandson received a 10-year service Dale Kinghorn and family award. came from Pennsylvania for a week's visit. ..,' Mrs. Floyd Smith and Mrs. Meda Ki.nghorn spent the weekend in Concord visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Eugene Robbins gave a book review in two English classes at Oxbow last week on the books of Frances Parkinson Keyes. She illustrated it with slides of the Keyes homes in Newbury and New Orleans, La., which she had visited. Mrs. Alec Szuch returned to her home from the hospital Thursday. At the regular meeting of the 4-H Cloverbloom Club, Saturday, Oct. 17, it was voted to have Achievement Night held on.Nov. 5 at the Piermont Village School. The club plans to attend the Arts and Crafts Show in Monroe, Nov. 15. Crochet and knitting project groups have started. They meet alternate Thursday after school at the homes of their leaders. An Outdoor Awareness climb up Black Mountain, N. Haverhill, is among future plans. Alesson in energy conservation was the program of the day. After the business meeting the members made two scarecrows (Dolly Parton and Charley Pride) which con- tinue to greet all who come to the library during the Halloween season as they sit on the library perch. The offertory in the Sunday church service was a piano composition of her own played by Heidi Osgood. Stephanie Gordon is listed as a runner-up in a recipe contest in the October Better CHURCH WOOD--Members and * Fairlee rubbish .fee to double (continued from page l) company serves have already received a rate increase. According to selectmen Edwin Mead, because of the Town of Fairlee's population figures taken in the recent 1980 census, the 36 percent increase will result in a bill of $10,000 for next year, 50 percent more than this year's cost. Barker said his increased costs in hauling the rubbish to the Thetford landfill is also reflected in the 36 percent increase. The landfill received a six- year recertification earlier this year after extensive engineering and en- vironmental tests and site reviews paid for by the company. Barker's firm was able to prove to the Vermont Agency of Environmental Conservation that the site meets the agency's specifications guarding against groundwater con- timination. Barker said that Arthur Boar00an, 85, worked as a lumberman S. RYEGATE-- Arthur C. Ryegate; three daughters, Beardman, 85, died Monday Mrs. Ronald (Sylvia) Waller, morning Oct. 19, in Central Durban, South Africa; Mrs. Obltuades $I0,000, and this increase, along with operating costs of the landfill, are reflected in the new rate. The per capita landfill use charge for all towns has increased from $5.50 to $7.50, which he said is the going rate for landfills of this size. Responding to concerns of Thetford residents that their water supplies are en- dangered by the landfill, Barker has agreed to develop "a standby water supply that may or may not be used." This will cost roughly $20,000 over the next four years, but he hopes to finance this project without raising the per capita rate again, he said. Barker said development of the "stand-by water supply" is the most cost effective solution to the problem that he has studied. Although only $5,130 has been budgeted for the expense next year, the selectmen agreed to the rate hike. The town will pay approximately $7,800 in landfill fees and $2,500 in trucking fees next year for rubbish removal. Vermont Hospital, Berlin, following a long illness. Bern in Sherbrooke, Que., March 4, 1896, he was the son of Luke and Josephine (Page) Boar.dman and attended schools in Orford, N.H. John (Goldy)carro.,Roland Currier Cookeville, Tenn., and Mrs. Carl (Fay) Rankl, Glaston- bury, Conn., and 11 grand- children. -- m,, k. banke Mr. Boardman was a T][: longtime member of the A lumberman by cupation, he had lived Wentworth and Orford, N.H., for many years, retiring 20 years ago. For the past 11 years, he had lived in South Ryegate. On Oct. 10, 1928, he married Bertha Beardman. Besides his widow, he leaves a son, Norman Boardman, S. oc- Woodsville, N.H., in congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses. A prayer service was held in the Orford Village Cemetery at the convenience of his family. Arrangements were under the direction of the Hooker Funeral Home, 7 Academy St., Barre. Rowena FAIRLEE--Rowena M. Lange, 69, died Monday, Oct. 19, at her home in Fairlee, after a long illness. She was born in Bridgewater, Me., on Dec. 21, 1911 and had attended schools in Bridgewater and Belmont, Mass., and graduated from Burdett College. BATH--Roland B. Currier, 38, died Saturday Oct. 24, as the result of an automobile ac- cident on Swiftwater Road. He was born in Lebanon and resided in the Bath area 10 years. He was president of the Woodsville Guarantee Savings Bank and helped establish branches of that bank in Monroe, Warren and Pier- ]r dies L-fmont. He was a 1961 graduate at of Lebanon High School and a 1968 graduate of Plymouth sisters, Netta Dow of Etna, State College. Me.; and Imogene Campbell Mr. Currier was a trustee of of E. Eddington, Me.; and the Trust Funds for the town several neices and nephews, of Bath, a past member of the Graveside services were Bath School Beard, one of the held at the Fairlee Cemetery original trustees of the on Friday, Oct. 23, for both Haverhill Co-Operative William and Rowena Lange. Nursery School, a Trustee of There will be no visiting Cottage Hospital and very active in hospital affairs. Members of the family include his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth (McDonald) Currier of Bath ; two daughters, Miss Beth Currier and Carrie Currier, both of Bath; his mother, Mrs. Frank (Thehna) Currier of Enfield; four brothers, Frank Currier Jr. of Lebanon, Richard Currier Contoocook, Rod Currier of Utica, Mich., and Paul Currier of Springfield; several nieces and nephews. The funeral was set for Wednesday, Oct. 28, at the Ricker Funeral Home, Birch Lane Woodsville. Memorial contributions may be made to Cottage Hospital, Swiftwater Road, Woodsville, N.H. 03785. hours. engineering costs for this She married the late work increased from the William S. Lange on Nov. 19, initial estimate of $2,500 to 1931 in Fairlee, Vt. She is survived b)' her daughter, Barbara Smith, of Fairlee; grandson, Kevin Bell, of Mt. Clements, ME; two In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Vermont Heart and Lung Association. William Godfrey Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Carl Bancroft of E. Calais, dies E. CALAIS--Carl B. Bancroft, step daughter, Mrs. Kenneth 80 of E. Calais, Vt., died Tuesday, Oct. 20, at Wanda's Rest Home in Bradford, where he had been a patient for one month. He was horn in E. Calais, June 27, 1901 the son of Bert and Lura (Burnap) Bancroft. Bancroft was educated in the Calais school systems. On Oct. 7, 1934 he married Sarah Kendall and made their home in E. Calais. He worked (Esther) Eastman of Brad- ford; one granddaughter Mrs. Rick (Sandra) Moore of Hindsdale; a grandson Scott Eastman of Bradford; two great granddaughters, Melossa and Stephanie Moore of Hindsdale; a brother-in-law Merle Benjamin of Calais; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Two sisters, Mrs. John (Louise) Badger and Mrs. Merle (Carrie Ben- for the E. Calais Creamery for several years until its closing and later worked at the Granite Sheds in Graniteville, Vt. When he retired he was working for the Barre City Creamery in Barre, Vt. He was an active member of the E. Calais Union Church and participated in local plays and social functions with his ac- tiog and singing talents. Bancroft is survived by his Jonathan Currier dies BATH--Jonathan F. Currier, 5, died Saturday, Oct. 24 in an automobile accident on Swiftwater Read. He was horn in Woodsville and was a student at the local kindergarten. Members of the family include his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth M. Currier of Bath; his grandmother, Mrs. Frank (Thelma) Currier of Enfield; two sisters, Carrie and Beth Currier both of Bath. The funeral was set for Wednesday, Oct. 28, at the Ricker Funeral Home, Birch Lane, Woodsville. Memorial contributions may be made to Cottage Hospital, Swiftwater Road, Woodsville, 03785. jamin) predeceased him. Funeral services were held Friday, Oct. 23, at the E. Calais Union Church. Donations in his memory may be made to the E. Calais Union Church, in care of Mrs. Wesley Benjamin, E. Calais, Vt. The Hale Funeral Home of BradfOrd, was in charge of arrangements. friends of the Piermont Congregational Church harvest wood for the up-coming heating season. West Corinth (continued frompage6) art world would come up: gratitude and of finance to Does life imitate art, or does Mrs. CarolWatkin. art imitate life? But the The sad tale of "Koshon" perennial question was not was told to a small gathering asked and consequently was of friends in W. Corinth last not answered. Irene left in Saturday night. Koshon is a mid-morning with Hopeless, young piglet owned by village her dog. residents Lyle and Annick Friederich Gross and Tom Leymarie. At a quiet Watkin wererecent visitorsat Bugtussle dinner, Lyle told of the home of Kate Kramer. On how Koshon will be laid to rest her return from a long week of in thenexttwoorthreeweeks editing in Boston, Kate was surprised to find the two neighbors waiting on the threshold of The Threshold Institute. Tea was served and the institute's Ashley stove was fired up with kindling and 6-month dry elm and birch. Kate said she doubts the fire will die for at least two months. Lena Corti of Cassville has hired Friederich Gross to repair the extensive damage done to her kitchen, living David Hackett dies after brief illness LITTLETON--DavidHackett, Harry "tiackett, Middleton, 70, of Green Street, died Mass., and five sisters, Mrs Wednesday morning Oct. 14 at Edna Hackett, Mrs. Helen H/ the Kent Rest Home in Lan- Smith, Mrs. Evelyn H. caster after a brief illness. Lamphere and Mrs. Dorothy He was the son of Harley Moore, all of Claremont, and and Jeane Hacker and was Mrs. Barbara Beardsley of born in their house, which was Van Nuys, Calif. located on the River Road in Funeral services were held Piermont. Saturday afternoon Oct. 17, at Members of his family in- the Pillsbury Funeral Home in clude two brothers, Winfield Littleton. Burial in the South Hacker of Claremont and Lawn Cemetery in Piermont. Anthony Tolimieri dies at age 72 S. RYEGATE-- Anthony five sisters, nieces and Tolimieri, 72, died Tuesday, nephews. Oct. 20, in Browns Mills, N.J. A funeral Mass was He had resided in Bayville, celebrated Saturday in St. N.J., most of his life where he Joseph Church, Woodsville, had been a planner and N.H., by the Rev. Edwin estimator for the Brooklyn Milne. Navy Yard. Burial will be in Pinehurst He was born in Brooklyn, Cemetery in S. Ryegate. The N.Y., July 31, 1909. Ricker Funeral Home, Birch Surviving are his widow, the Lane, Woodsville, N.tt, was in former Vincenza Chiaradia of charge of local arrangements. South Ryegate; four brothers, Erwin Richardson dies BRADFORD--Erwin Bradford. Richardson, 73, of Pleasant St, He is survived by his wife, Bradford, Vt. died Sunday, Virginia (Fortier) Richard- Oct. 18 at Woodsville Cottage son, of Bradford, of Bradford; Hospital after a short illness, a son Donald, of Saudi Arabia; Bern in Topsham, Vt. son of two sisters, Mabel Kidder, of Center Richardson and Bradford; Elizabeth Northy, Annabel (Fowler) Richard- of Claremont, N.H.; a brother, son, he lived most of his life in Walter of N. Haverhill, N.H. Bradford. He had worked and several nieces and during the last several years nephews. for Perry's Oil Service of walls, and repaint many of the burned surfaces. When asked what he planned to do, Friederich said only, "I will do it chock, chock, chock." Several dozen hikers who had strayed from their trek along the Appalachian Trail came into W. Corinth Friday evening. They stopped at several village residences looking for directions. When they learned they were over 50 miles from the trail, they CARD OF THAN KS We wish to thank the families, friends and neighbors who remembered us at the time of the loss of our husband and father, Erwin Richard- son. Thank you also to Drs. Frechette and Danielson and the staff at Cottage Hospital. Virginia Richardson and son, Donald returned from the Veteran's the Seine. Hospital. David Duncan who left here formerly this fall by bicycle has arrived visited in N. Carolina and found an Friederich Gross for coffee at interesting job in an ar- the Ding Dong House Sunday. chitect's firm. Irene had called to pick up her A loyal group of /hen and mailbox women from the church at-While there, they discussed tended by several children the variety of colors selected and two dogs did a yeoman job for Dina's new kitchen. of cutting wood for the par- sonage, Oct. 17 on land ap- Dina's new cable television proached through the Wilfred production job in New York Smith property. The wood was City. left from logging last year on observations on the general adjoining Lake Tarleton land subject of television and the owners graciously creative medium and Dina gave permission for its use. received A large group from the graciously. Airstream travelers spending four days in Haverhill at-flurry of discussion on the tended last week's baked bean nature of life and supper. One delighted guest seemed for a moment that one from Seattle, Wa., told us of of the oldest questions in the Woodsville. Nil 0378.5 %N()('I,VI'ES: Paul Mayette 787-6270 Robert Dupuis 7,17-2531 List No. 245 -- IDEAL IN TOWN location, 2 story 9 room Victorian... large L-R, formal D-R with built in china cabinet. 4 bedrooms with walk in closets -- 2 full baths, plus many extras. Beautiful v4 acre lot with garden space. 2 car detached garage with storage space above... oil heat plus new coal and wood furnace fully insulated. Redecorated throughout- excellent condition. Nice grounds. Offered at $45,000. List No. 277 -- INCOME PROPERTY: 3 apartment house on quiet street ..... freshly painted and refurbished. Combination oil and gas heat. to add 3 more apartments. Owner with sizeable down payment. Offered at $45,060. Homes and Gardens. The couple announced they The FAST Squad responded have made plane reservations i room, and porch from a recent decided to bag their hike and ......... and helped to speed Miss for themselves and for Koshon WELL stove fire. Friederich is ex- spend a few days in the Arvilla Bedford to Mary to Paris the week of Nov. 1. pected to replace part of the village. DRILLING IreneTrivasofW. Newbury, ROTARY HAMMER [/[i 0011111 TAYLOII4PALMERI  r AGBICY, INC. ii 00ealt9 rmerly of E. Topsham, DRILLING. 2OYEARS [( BMImceIE !! ! Montebello Street Wo sited Dina Dubois and DRILLING EXPERIENCE THE 603-747-2000 iederich Gnss for coffee at ==. !i i IH{()KI.,'I{ : r e Ding Dong House Sunday. (opt[ TF WT[ ; Albine A. I.euthohl ene had calkd to pick upher SYSTEMS II'STALLED ii ailbox from Freiderich. FOR FREE ESTIMATE [/-- 29 Main Street 4 bile there, they discussed ,,,-,,, 77;' JJ e variety of colors selected CALl. OR WRITE H Bradford, Vt. tO. 245 -- ,EAL IN r Dina's new kitchen. . ......   . ....... ............... ' .... " room Vie finn.., h They also talked about in'l [ builtincl acabinet inn's new cable television e o closets - 2 full b "eduction job in New York  Beautiful acre lot ity. Irene offered several BENEDINI detached rage wit )serva ons on the general oil heat pl new coal mbject af television as a Artesian Well Co. insulated. ;edecorah eativ medium and Dina ' I MENTAL HLTH SERVICE i condition, icegroun( ceive the comments B,,," V,(,'. D,,ve O. 277 -- COME P] aciou' y. R v, I ___ i house on aiet strec i O,a... I refurbish, Combin There was also a short .76 a832 e Coty Room to dd 3 m on he 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE i TOL  financing available art. It Hitchcock OCt. 18 where she They said they will give  d --gl JF haS been in intensive care. Koshon a tour of the Louvre rrill aelu ,1, Chester French has and let him drink water from October 28, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 plans less salt for roads Ver- of Tran- released a depicting the for for the Early in the the Agency officials and to make a preliminary ,= revised map is this input, ac- Transportation Evslin. Less ! to be used for but salt will he :  i temperatures ice, say reduction in :tions the creation of ; agency budget. i transferred from paving. during its last the state's" ton "safe" As aa three-levelresult' the that reduced the of vehicles low traffic receive sub- Will less salt. Salting roads with in- traffic volumes eliminate one applications nor- Evslin stressed i Selected level of change during the result of the ring conditions He invited all nlake comments conditions to office or to any office / v STATE OF VERMONT 1981 - 1982 PROPOSED 2 TRI-LEVEL R WINTER MAINTENANCE PROGRAM that travel during the Piermont for the time the remains snow- The sympathy of the said, "Extra community is extended to the allowed for all Wilson-Hartley families on the to offset the death of Mrs. Charles Snow- (Beatrice) Wilson. A Memorial service was held at can usually the Piermont Congregational speeds Church with the Rev. Robert niles per hour. increase both Robb officiating. Those from of skidding and out of town included her sons, of any resulting Ronald Wilson of Seffner, Fla. and Dr. David F. Wilson of to Evslin. Oxford, Ohio; and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ullrecht from Long Island. The Rev. Robert Robb conducted a memorial service in the church for Mrs. Joseph (Eda) Clayburn last week. Mrs. Clayburn was a town resident for many years. Her brother; Oscar Fellows and his daughter came from ........ Brattlehoro for the service. The library trustees and the school board held a joint meeting this month to discuss ways of working more closely together since the library serves as a school library as well as a public library. Librarian Bonnie French is giving an excellent course in library practice to all grades as well as a story hour and records for the kindergarten. A full staff reports on Tuesday to assist and guide attending A. Smith Jr. classes. Library assistance covers a wide range. Trevor Field of Devon, England, arrived in r,nl town Tuesday on his bicycle ---.r from Canada via the White Mountains. Four Corners Store suggested that Robert ,EArmy Evans might give him per- Pvt. Wendell mission to pitch his tent in an of Grace H. Evans field, which Robert did has and invited him to cook his an armor dinner on a New England U.S. Army wood stove in the kitchen. :,Ky. Robert then brought him to Was conducted the library where he was Station Unit doing some research work for program, his own theatrical papers. combat Trevor was quite impressed advanced in- with our little library. There a into one 13- member of the staff suggested that the S. Arnold Shields students would probably welcome him for the night and called the including Shields home. The Shields armament have bicycled in Ireland and weapons. England and welcomed him as in a house guest for two nights. It map was preferable to 30 percent main- temperature in a tent, although Robert was also prepared to have him sleep indoors. Chairman of the Library Beard of Trustees, Robert Robb and Mrs. Eugene (N) Robbins, trustee, attended the buane M. State Library Trustees and Mrs. meeting in Concord, last Orford, Wednesday. One A small group from the (OSUT) Social Club enjoyed their Infantry annual banquet at The Gar- Ga. den. period Mrs. Dean Osgood is visiting combat in England with her sister, in- Mrs. Fred Herrick (Jeanne Mellin) of Hamilton, N.Y. included Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith have returned to their home in Newgarden, Ohio after eom- visiting at their son's home, combat here. Ms. Elaine Evan's of this parents are now visiting at the soldier as home. antryman William Daley III and t fire Elizabeth Bayne were married by the Rev. Robert to in a INTERESTING FACT Silent film star Mary Pick- of ford's real name was Gladys Smith. Robb in the Old West Church, Calais, Vt., on Oct. 10. Cynthia Underhill's "sister" Julie Joynes from the Grand Marais school in Minnesota, which Cynthia attended last winter, is visiting at the Lawrence Underhill home. Mrs. Clement Kioghorn went with the Guy Kinghorn family to the wedding of her granddaughter, Patricia Kinghorn, daughter of Robert Kinghorn, to William Carrington III in Warwack, I his discovery of baked beans -- first, beanhole beans in Maine and then Piermont, -- "the best he had ever eaten." Trash hags are available at the library to be filled with leaves to help the library insulate. Fuel is a big expense in the library budget. Your help is requested. Top Honors went to the Rocking Horse Hill 4-H Club at the Grafton County 4-H Round-Up, Oct. 10. Their leader, Mrs. Dean Osgood also R.I. Sept. 26th. Her grandson received a 10-year service Dale Kinghorn and family award. came from Pennsylvania for a week's visit. ..,' Mrs. Floyd Smith and Mrs. Meda Ki.nghorn spent the weekend in Concord visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Eugene Robbins gave a book review in two English classes at Oxbow last week on the books of Frances Parkinson Keyes. She illustrated it with slides of the Keyes homes in Newbury and New Orleans, La., which she had visited. Mrs. Alec Szuch returned to her home from the hospital Thursday. At the regular meeting of the 4-H Cloverbloom Club, Saturday, Oct. 17, it was voted to have Achievement Night held on.Nov. 5 at the Piermont Village School. The club plans to attend the Arts and Crafts Show in Monroe, Nov. 15. Crochet and knitting project groups have started. They meet alternate Thursday after school at the homes of their leaders. An Outdoor Awareness climb up Black Mountain, N. Haverhill, is among future plans. Alesson in energy conservation was the program of the day. After the business meeting the members made two scarecrows (Dolly Parton and Charley Pride) which con- tinue to greet all who come to the library during the Halloween season as they sit on the library perch. The offertory in the Sunday church service was a piano composition of her own played by Heidi Osgood. Stephanie Gordon is listed as a runner-up in a recipe contest in the October Better CHURCH WOOD--Members and * Fairlee rubbish .fee to double (continued from page l) company serves have already received a rate increase. According to selectmen Edwin Mead, because of the Town of Fairlee's population figures taken in the recent 1980 census, the 36 percent increase will result in a bill of $10,000 for next year, 50 percent more than this year's cost. Barker said his increased costs in hauling the rubbish to the Thetford landfill is also reflected in the 36 percent increase. The landfill received a six- year recertification earlier this year after extensive engineering and en- vironmental tests and site reviews paid for by the company. Barker's firm was able to prove to the Vermont Agency of Environmental Conservation that the site meets the agency's specifications guarding against groundwater con- timination. Barker said that Arthur Boar00an, 85, worked as a lumberman S. RYEGATE-- Arthur C. Ryegate; three daughters, Beardman, 85, died Monday Mrs. Ronald (Sylvia) Waller, morning Oct. 19, in Central Durban, South Africa; Mrs. Obltuades $I0,000, and this increase, along with operating costs of the landfill, are reflected in the new rate. The per capita landfill use charge for all towns has increased from $5.50 to $7.50, which he said is the going rate for landfills of this size. Responding to concerns of Thetford residents that their water supplies are en- dangered by the landfill, Barker has agreed to develop "a standby water supply that may or may not be used." This will cost roughly $20,000 over the next four years, but he hopes to finance this project without raising the per capita rate again, he said. Barker said development of the "stand-by water supply" is the most cost effective solution to the problem that he has studied. Although only $5,130 has been budgeted for the expense next year, the selectmen agreed to the rate hike. The town will pay approximately $7,800 in landfill fees and $2,500 in trucking fees next year for rubbish removal. Vermont Hospital, Berlin, following a long illness. Bern in Sherbrooke, Que., March 4, 1896, he was the son of Luke and Josephine (Page) Boar.dman and attended schools in Orford, N.H. John (Goldy)carro.,Roland Currier Cookeville, Tenn., and Mrs. Carl (Fay) Rankl, Glaston- bury, Conn., and 11 grand- children. -- m,, k. banke Mr. Boardman was a T][: longtime member of the A lumberman by cupation, he had lived Wentworth and Orford, N.H., for many years, retiring 20 years ago. For the past 11 years, he had lived in South Ryegate. On Oct. 10, 1928, he married Bertha Beardman. Besides his widow, he leaves a son, Norman Boardman, S. oc- Woodsville, N.H., in congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses. A prayer service was held in the Orford Village Cemetery at the convenience of his family. Arrangements were under the direction of the Hooker Funeral Home, 7 Academy St., Barre. Rowena FAIRLEE--Rowena M. Lange, 69, died Monday, Oct. 19, at her home in Fairlee, after a long illness. She was born in Bridgewater, Me., on Dec. 21, 1911 and had attended schools in Bridgewater and Belmont, Mass., and graduated from Burdett College. BATH--Roland B. Currier, 38, died Saturday Oct. 24, as the result of an automobile ac- cident on Swiftwater Road. He was born in Lebanon and resided in the Bath area 10 years. He was president of the Woodsville Guarantee Savings Bank and helped establish branches of that bank in Monroe, Warren and Pier- ]r dies L-fmont. He was a 1961 graduate at of Lebanon High School and a 1968 graduate of Plymouth sisters, Netta Dow of Etna, State College. Me.; and Imogene Campbell Mr. Currier was a trustee of of E. Eddington, Me.; and the Trust Funds for the town several neices and nephews, of Bath, a past member of the Graveside services were Bath School Beard, one of the held at the Fairlee Cemetery original trustees of the on Friday, Oct. 23, for both Haverhill Co-Operative William and Rowena Lange. Nursery School, a Trustee of There will be no visiting Cottage Hospital and very active in hospital affairs. Members of the family include his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth (McDonald) Currier of Bath ; two daughters, Miss Beth Currier and Carrie Currier, both of Bath; his mother, Mrs. Frank (Thehna) Currier of Enfield; four brothers, Frank Currier Jr. of Lebanon, Richard Currier Contoocook, Rod Currier of Utica, Mich., and Paul Currier of Springfield; several nieces and nephews. The funeral was set for Wednesday, Oct. 28, at the Ricker Funeral Home, Birch Lane Woodsville. Memorial contributions may be made to Cottage Hospital, Swiftwater Road, Woodsville, N.H. 03785. hours. engineering costs for this She married the late work increased from the William S. Lange on Nov. 19, initial estimate of $2,500 to 1931 in Fairlee, Vt. She is survived b)' her daughter, Barbara Smith, of Fairlee; grandson, Kevin Bell, of Mt. Clements, ME; two In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Vermont Heart and Lung Association. William Godfrey Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Carl Bancroft of E. Calais, dies E. CALAIS--Carl B. Bancroft, step daughter, Mrs. Kenneth 80 of E. Calais, Vt., died Tuesday, Oct. 20, at Wanda's Rest Home in Bradford, where he had been a patient for one month. He was horn in E. Calais, June 27, 1901 the son of Bert and Lura (Burnap) Bancroft. Bancroft was educated in the Calais school systems. On Oct. 7, 1934 he married Sarah Kendall and made their home in E. Calais. He worked (Esther) Eastman of Brad- ford; one granddaughter Mrs. Rick (Sandra) Moore of Hindsdale; a grandson Scott Eastman of Bradford; two great granddaughters, Melossa and Stephanie Moore of Hindsdale; a brother-in-law Merle Benjamin of Calais; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Two sisters, Mrs. John (Louise) Badger and Mrs. Merle (Carrie Ben- for the E. Calais Creamery for several years until its closing and later worked at the Granite Sheds in Graniteville, Vt. When he retired he was working for the Barre City Creamery in Barre, Vt. He was an active member of the E. Calais Union Church and participated in local plays and social functions with his ac- tiog and singing talents. Bancroft is survived by his Jonathan Currier dies BATH--Jonathan F. Currier, 5, died Saturday, Oct. 24 in an automobile accident on Swiftwater Read. He was horn in Woodsville and was a student at the local kindergarten. Members of the family include his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth M. Currier of Bath; his grandmother, Mrs. Frank (Thelma) Currier of Enfield; two sisters, Carrie and Beth Currier both of Bath. The funeral was set for Wednesday, Oct. 28, at the Ricker Funeral Home, Birch Lane, Woodsville. Memorial contributions may be made to Cottage Hospital, Swiftwater Road, Woodsville, 03785. jamin) predeceased him. Funeral services were held Friday, Oct. 23, at the E. Calais Union Church. Donations in his memory may be made to the E. Calais Union Church, in care of Mrs. Wesley Benjamin, E. Calais, Vt. The Hale Funeral Home of BradfOrd, was in charge of arrangements. friends of the Piermont Congregational Church harvest wood for the up-coming heating season. West Corinth (continued frompage6) art world would come up: gratitude and of finance to Does life imitate art, or does Mrs. CarolWatkin. art imitate life? But the The sad tale of "Koshon" perennial question was not was told to a small gathering asked and consequently was of friends in W. Corinth last not answered. Irene left in Saturday night. Koshon is a mid-morning with Hopeless, young piglet owned by village her dog. residents Lyle and Annick Friederich Gross and Tom Leymarie. At a quiet Watkin wererecent visitorsat Bugtussle dinner, Lyle told of the home of Kate Kramer. On how Koshon will be laid to rest her return from a long week of in thenexttwoorthreeweeks editing in Boston, Kate was surprised to find the two neighbors waiting on the threshold of The Threshold Institute. Tea was served and the institute's Ashley stove was fired up with kindling and 6-month dry elm and birch. Kate said she doubts the fire will die for at least two months. Lena Corti of Cassville has hired Friederich Gross to repair the extensive damage done to her kitchen, living David Hackett dies after brief illness LITTLETON--DavidHackett, Harry "tiackett, Middleton, 70, of Green Street, died Mass., and five sisters, Mrs Wednesday morning Oct. 14 at Edna Hackett, Mrs. Helen H/ the Kent Rest Home in Lan- Smith, Mrs. Evelyn H. caster after a brief illness. Lamphere and Mrs. Dorothy He was the son of Harley Moore, all of Claremont, and and Jeane Hacker and was Mrs. Barbara Beardsley of born in their house, which was Van Nuys, Calif. located on the River Road in Funeral services were held Piermont. Saturday afternoon Oct. 17, at Members of his family in- the Pillsbury Funeral Home in clude two brothers, Winfield Littleton. Burial in the South Hacker of Claremont and Lawn Cemetery in Piermont. Anthony Tolimieri dies at age 72 S. RYEGATE-- Anthony five sisters, nieces and Tolimieri, 72, died Tuesday, nephews. Oct. 20, in Browns Mills, N.J. A funeral Mass was He had resided in Bayville, celebrated Saturday in St. N.J., most of his life where he Joseph Church, Woodsville, had been a planner and N.H., by the Rev. Edwin estimator for the Brooklyn Milne. Navy Yard. Burial will be in Pinehurst He was born in Brooklyn, Cemetery in S. Ryegate. The N.Y., July 31, 1909. Ricker Funeral Home, Birch Surviving are his widow, the Lane, Woodsville, N.tt, was in former Vincenza Chiaradia of charge of local arrangements. South Ryegate; four brothers, Erwin Richardson dies BRADFORD--Erwin Bradford. Richardson, 73, of Pleasant St, He is survived by his wife, Bradford, Vt. died Sunday, Virginia (Fortier) Richard- Oct. 18 at Woodsville Cottage son, of Bradford, of Bradford; Hospital after a short illness, a son Donald, of Saudi Arabia; Bern in Topsham, Vt. son of two sisters, Mabel Kidder, of Center Richardson and Bradford; Elizabeth Northy, Annabel (Fowler) Richard- of Claremont, N.H.; a brother, son, he lived most of his life in Walter of N. Haverhill, N.H. Bradford. He had worked and several nieces and during the last several years nephews. for Perry's Oil Service of walls, and repaint many of the burned surfaces. When asked what he planned to do, Friederich said only, "I will do it chock, chock, chock." Several dozen hikers who had strayed from their trek along the Appalachian Trail came into W. Corinth Friday evening. They stopped at several village residences looking for directions. When they learned they were over 50 miles from the trail, they CARD OF THAN KS We wish to thank the families, friends and neighbors who remembered us at the time of the loss of our husband and father, Erwin Richard- son. Thank you also to Drs. Frechette and Danielson and the staff at Cottage Hospital. Virginia Richardson and son, Donald returned from the Veteran's the Seine. Hospital. David Duncan who left here formerly this fall by bicycle has arrived visited in N. Carolina and found an Friederich Gross for coffee at interesting job in an ar- the Ding Dong House Sunday. chitect's firm. Irene had called to pick up her A loyal group of /hen and mailbox women from the church at-While there, they discussed tended by several children the variety of colors selected and two dogs did a yeoman job for Dina's new kitchen. of cutting wood for the par- sonage, Oct. 17 on land ap- Dina's new cable television proached through the Wilfred production job in New York Smith property. The wood was City. left from logging last year on observations on the general adjoining Lake Tarleton land subject of television and the owners graciously creative medium and Dina gave permission for its use. received A large group from the graciously. Airstream travelers spending four days in Haverhill at-flurry of discussion on the tended last week's baked bean nature of life and supper. One delighted guest seemed for a moment that one from Seattle, Wa., told us of of the oldest questions in the Woodsville. Nil 0378.5 %N()('I,VI'ES: Paul Mayette 787-6270 Robert Dupuis 7,17-2531 List No. 245 -- IDEAL IN TOWN location, 2 story 9 room Victorian... large L-R, formal D-R with built in china cabinet. 4 bedrooms with walk in closets -- 2 full baths, plus many extras. Beautiful v4 acre lot with garden space. 2 car detached garage with storage space above... oil heat plus new coal and wood furnace fully insulated. Redecorated throughout- excellent condition. Nice grounds. Offered at $45,000. List No. 277 -- INCOME PROPERTY: 3 apartment house on quiet street ..... freshly painted and refurbished. Combination oil and gas heat. to add 3 more apartments. Owner with sizeable down payment. Offered at $45,060. Homes and Gardens. The couple announced they The FAST Squad responded have made plane reservations i room, and porch from a recent decided to bag their hike and ......... and helped to speed Miss for themselves and for Koshon WELL stove fire. Friederich is ex- spend a few days in the Arvilla Bedford to Mary to Paris the week of Nov. 1. pected to replace part of the village. DRILLING IreneTrivasofW. Newbury, ROTARY HAMMER [/[i 0011111 TAYLOII4PALMERI  r AGBICY, INC. ii 00ealt9 rmerly of E. Topsham, DRILLING. 2OYEARS [( BMImceIE !! ! Montebello Street Wo sited Dina Dubois and DRILLING EXPERIENCE THE 603-747-2000 iederich Gnss for coffee at ==. !i i IH{()KI.,'I{ : r e Ding Dong House Sunday. (opt[ TF WT[ ; Albine A. I.euthohl ene had calkd to pick upher SYSTEMS II'STALLED ii ailbox from Freiderich. FOR FREE ESTIMATE [/-- 29 Main Street 4 bile there, they discussed ,,,-,,, 77;' JJ e variety of colors selected CALl. OR WRITE H Bradford, Vt. tO. 245 -- ,EAL IN r Dina's new kitchen. . ......   . ....... ............... ' .... " room Vie finn.., h They also talked about in'l [ builtincl acabinet inn's new cable television e o closets - 2 full b "eduction job in New York  Beautiful acre lot ity. Irene offered several BENEDINI detached rage wit )serva ons on the general oil heat pl new coal mbject af television as a Artesian Well Co. insulated. ;edecorah eativ medium and Dina ' I MENTAL HLTH SERVICE i condition, icegroun( ceive the comments B,,," V,(,'. D,,ve O. 277 -- COME P] aciou' y. R v, I ___ i house on aiet strec i O,a... I refurbish, Combin There was also a short .76 a832 e Coty Room to dd 3 m on he 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE i TOL  financing available art. It Hitchcock OCt. 18 where she They said they will give  d --gl JF haS been in intensive care. Koshon a tour of the Louvre rrill aelu ,1, Chester French has and let him drink water from