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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-December 1, 1982 E. CORINTH S00ila Knapp 439-5762 Mrs. W.E. Fehrs of Armonk, Weekend guests of Mrs Leo Anderson, Charles Toupon, N.Y. came Nov. 10 to visit her Hutchinson were her Orville Tucker, Robert mother, Mrs. Lawrence Jack- daughter, Mrs. Ruth Hunt of Shepherd, Robert Dukette, man until the 14th. On Nov. 15 Jericho and her daughter and Carl Peterson, David Kenyon, .Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop Jack- granddaughter, Mrs. Sandra Fred Coffrin, Linda Johnson, man of Beth, N.Y. ac-Menard and Michelle of Hazel Flye, Richard Colheth, companied Alan McLam of Winooski Charles W. Hall, William Dix Hills, N.Y. to East Corinth Stanley Danielak of Sanborn Jr., David Chaffee, . ...... where Al spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Stella McLam and the Jackman&apos;s stayed with his mother and sister. On Saturday Mrs. Winthrop Jackman went to Barre where she visited her mother, Mrs. Ambrose Wallingford, Conn. called on Earl Emerson, Wendell Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Lamb Hartley. recently. Bob Stevens of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lind- Wallingford, was a hunting strom (Teresa Barnes),Mikie guest at the Lambs Nov. 12-18 and Jennie from American His son, Major Howard Fork, Utah visited Mr. and Stevens of Washington, D.C. Mrs. Bert Holland last week. and cousin, Steven Carrozza of The steeple lighting for the N Bradford,----- Virginia Bedell 439-5720 Edward and Edith Brown entertained her brother Mr. and Mrs Raymond Emerson of Carmel, N.Y. for a few days last week. On Thanksgiving Day Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brown of Montpelier visited his parents Ed and Edith Brown and on Friday a granddaughter Barbara Ricker, her husband and two children of Laconia, N.H. spent the day with them. At the home of Alan and RYEGATE Darcy Nelson spent over- night Friday, Nov. 19, with his cousins Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins and Gene Jr. Mr and Mrs. Leroy Nelson had as overnight guests Saturday, Nov. 20, their grandson David Elder from Danville and his fiancee Miss Alicia Roberts from St. Johnsbury. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whitehill were guests at a pre- Thanksgiving Dinner Sunday, Nov. "21, at the home of his nephew Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fearon and family in Monroe, from Houston, Tel. Jeremy Nelson from Lin- coln, N.H., was an overnight guest Sunday, Nov. 21, with his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Curtis, Andrea, and James. Mrs. Gene Perkins was guest of honor at a surprise dinner in honor of her birthday Monday, Nov. 22, at the home of Mrs. Bruce Beauvais. Attending in addition to the hostess and the guest of honor were Mrs. Robert Nelson from Lincoln, N.H., Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, Marcy and Katie from Joshua of Hyde ' were supper g nesday evening, No her brother and ) and Mrs. Frem, Darcy, Matthew, a Thanksgiving D' of Mr and Mrs: Nelson were the families Mr. all  Fremont Nelson, Matthew, and Ethan ' and Mrs. Willian  Grant, Hannah, A Botsey. Mr. and Mrs. Dayson and son I.i I were call Quinlan. Wallingford stayed with week of Nov. 14 was given in Judy Forward and sons Seth N.H. Walden, Mrs. Fremont Angeles, Stanley and Dot Oliver during memory of Henry Corliss by eooooo_qmo_o_oooooO . and AJ. a Thanksgiving Gene Perkins, Jr. was an Nelson, MrsEdwardMcLure, afternoon Nov. 15,( A Fill m that time. None were suc- Jim and Debbie Corliss and Dinner was held Mr and Mrs overnight guest on Mrs. Theodore Clark, Mrs. Wellington Lee. TM  | i cefc:sus;trS'ermont deer Virginia and Donald Forn- Herbert R Martin;' Mr. and Th:n:slgi:ing, Nov. 25, with Carl Bayer, Mrs Wanda had been spending . . walt. Mrs. Darrell Maxwell and ' c and aunt Mr. and Beauvais, Mrs. Bruce Nelson, weeks with his J * l't I A V hunters reporting atDowmngs Michael Truss of D.J; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mrs Daniel Leonard, Darren, and Mrs. Stewart White grandmother Mrs.  UtllJll4 II w:;; ge rtrn:s r  saSrin Southington, Ct. spent the first Bedell; Mrs. Sherry Tullar Jeffrey, and Sarah. Following the dinner a bir- McPhee and M t A A .. , :e: ........ ' week of the regular hunting and Shelly and MichaelBrown uinner guests Sunday, Nov. thday cake, made and MacDonald in W. R    tucnara Bloogett, uanlel season with his brother, Joeat of Bradford; Babette Gendron 21, of Mr and Mrs Leroy decorated by Mrs Fremont left Nov. 16 to visit AV A P R Webster, ..Robert Cook, his home in the Pike Hill II of Montpelier; Sonnie Bedell Nelson were their two grin- Nelson, wasserved. Miss Margaret lCAS rely W r hna'ncm- Jsawara wemn, teglnalo District. Michael was not one 1 of N. Haverhill, Mr. and Mrs dsons William Elder from E Mrs Kenneth Nelson, Boston. _.:0del[ g  Wenster, Tnomas w. Lunu, of thelucky hunters. 1 Michael Maxwell, Kim and Greenwich, R.I. and Myron Marcy and Katie from Walden The Exte .... AIIV DItsun Truck Marc Bouffard, Laurence " Hugh and Dr Frances Olsen II Shannon of Cabot; and Mr Heywood from St. Johnsbury, were guests for lunch Homemakers Gro liv'l By O Mera, Lyle Thompson, returned home Nov 16 from II land Mrs. Bud Gendron and also Ben Morrow from Nor- Tuesday, Nov. 25, with her annual Thanksgi ,_.__:.:.n !a2 Kenneth Wallace, Gardiner Lewiston, Pa. where'Dr. Olsen l Alan of Fairlee attended. A folk, Va. parents-in-law Mr. and Mrs. meeting Thursday,wD Hm, _A.  _Batten, Clarence M oulton, had been working on a l : birthday cake and the bir- Mr. and Mrs Albert Harold Nelson. the home of M_ .49.054  Gerara tmtcnlns, uouglas medical assignment for three l thday song was also enjoyed Lamarre and daughter Thanksgiving Dinner guests LaBay A turkey Y jlom -"  Emerson, Jack Shepherd, weeks, l I by Virginia Bedell on her Meaghan from Tuscon, Ariz., of Mr. andMrs. GenePerkins, all the fixings lai;l'" I ; u00nnl . Bruce Avery:. Paul .Stacy, The church steeple lighting 1 I turkey birthday, visited his grandparents Mr. Gene Jr., and Gordon included and each memrux" and ] Ulll1Wlu uavla Nlarun, rucnara for this week is iven in II I Jay Farr has just been and Mrs. Arthur Whitehill Mr. and Mrs. Carroll East- contrihutionforaebi i Dotsun-Volvo e Cwlebet.th,RJlemrSS2r:tY., t:Y memory of John Newsome by I I through surgery at the V.A. Monday afternoon, Nov.22. man, DarrylPerkins, Mr. and which was beingP. ei ........ "" 14 ' , uoromywausworth. I Hospital and is doing fine. uaniel Leonard spent Mrs. Daniel Leonard, Darren, needy family TPa Ill nsm}T.,aw, Munn, Brian Chapman, The altar flowers for Nov. 21 l I At the Hanover Hospital is overnight on Thanksgiving Jeffrey, Danny, and Sarah, meeting is p al' la#l sun ([dbiwl)llffe Conrad Aldighetti, David wer iv,m bv Fr and Anna II I Ethel Cnghman and Ward, Day, Nov 25, with his uncle and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thursday, Dec 2, StL. zlr tM[', lt old ' ,,,#t#r,,  Benjamin,R, olandBurroughs: MelleTnmeoryo'teirs'o'% I I Keenan. Mabe'l'I:Iunphre'yh and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins of Sutton. the home of r.li 'u' boOooa truce u lvlera, rtoDer FredJr. and Robert Melle. l I returned home feeling much Perkins and Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Dickerson. Eachm.F .... Mrs. Freda Williams had l I better. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson Brown and son Joshua from bring a favorite' _wLn Win I the misfortune to fall Sunday l I Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hyde Park, N.Y., arrived dessert, a readiJ! Marcott nce and Nelson, Curtis, Andrea and ;,t ,,. I afternoon while shopping at l I , La Shaun " , Friday, Nov. 12, at her Christmas progra,i, rquh i\\;  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL t AmesinN. Haverhill. She was TURKEY TIME--Reaching for the stars is Nathaniai Pushee were at Mrs. Phylis James were Thanksgiving parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Christmas gift to !P  ") I taken to the hospital in "^r- __a L_, ......... -I  ................... Dons for Thanksgiving Dinner guests of Gill's sister Nelson Mr. Brown returned A square dance w.; Lali 1 ....... CHECK 0W LOW ICES [ ....... ,a unu uem 8 u,,, m nmnuay uecora[ions are ' Miss i^n ^ Le'^-^ :- D__ NVENTORY IN STOCK hanover, ror(unaely mr u   .,.,= ,..,-- _.L CARPL/ & ,;T=<T, ,TON I 'r, t,n n,iaht,r Mr BrandyBoucheraffdChrlstleEbeitinfront. Theyare ton Gall and the children homeNov. 14, driving back for ? Mountain Grsr his family Nov. 24. They "ay evening, No. \\;  ffllUV/ ff/RD 0UmW0KSSmP ] Sandra Pauquette and her at the James R. Morrill Elementary School in N. r-t[][-k[l[ I 1. remained for overnight with stayed overnight with the 23 dancers dancing, \\; /7, . t.,o [ mother, Mrs Evelyn Simp- Haverhill. " "'''" LaL.ta . hersister. Nelsons and on Thanksgiving Bob Tiews from lffll'l- " ? HALE [URNITR [  ARPET [ son, happeneci to be there at Beth Nelson Twenty-nine members of Day traveled to Randolph for Following the da f' who 57 3429 the R e te Trailblazers 4 H / that time Mrs Pauquette -- 7 - y ga " - the holiday meal with his w Tedd .. re a tahni:ri lderig iYharh:tu!iailci hag?Pi i from the group :' IUDFOItD parents. Colatina in Bradfor. =o Gordon Perkins was an The next square nd overnight guest Friday, Nov. planned for Dec. ll--.arnil_ ' 26, with his uncle and aunt Mr. Mrs. Edward ldJ:,lls al e g and Mrs. Daniel Leonard, tended a Budget recl: II IS toe II " " ' " Service at the St Lukes . " Jeffrey, Danny, andSarah, meeting of the tlani: ,, tt book Mills and Mines Book IV Brothers, conducted the tour, The Ryegate United County Ext. k II II ............ Katharine31aisdeli Little Girl of LongAgo -- a Episcopal Church. TheRev. explaining the many steps Presbyterian Women held Homemakers - C.. II /----  II -P* l-lAV[llli.aL 787 6315 story with a setting in Pier- arz emers oz.tne ,romn involved in producing line their monthly meeting at the Tuesday, Nov. ,9, [ .... Obselc II --' -'-"---'l%r-'   / II " mont, or the Piermont Cook- aemoulst .nurcn. was me granite gravestones and church vestry Thursday Johnsbury. -ero/ril [I F{ li "Mr. and Mrs. A. Frank Laurie of Killingworth, Conn., book. Debbie Fox is a new speazer.ozmeevenlng. M.ary answering the 4-Hers' evening, Nov. 18, with 11 Mr. andMrs, b.r%l.-ra: II \\;  M ""t 12 '" / =z'-"- II Stiegler celebrated their visited relatives in town last volunteer who is working on owe mr.ecteu me commneo questions, present. Mrs. Reginald White with their daugn" terlntla II O II fiftieth wedding anniversary weekend the magazines, jum orcnosm A .. . Blue Mountain Grange 263 welcomed those guests in-law Mr. anu lS/Lastrm--',. II' , II with an open house given at Thanksgiving supper was a Thanksgiving Laivary .apustChu.rcn held its regular meeting present from S. Ryegate and Heywood from St. J ba II II their home by their children special occasion for the Helen Underhill found this . A Thanzsgwlngervmewas Tuesday evening, Nov. 23, introduced Mrs. Margaret anXSul visited their gr,-,a,i l[ Tha W,m,olit,=l l[ on Nov. 26. About 55 guests Blaisdells, with allsixoftheir Thanksgiving to be par- nero at theavar.y .uais with 28 members present. Eastman from Peacham who and family Mr. and] I I Ala, avaa,a,,,= ]] atended, including their children and all six grand- ticularly special when shewas t=ntu'cn on, rnangs.g[ngf:ve Home Economics Committee led devotions and then spoke Michael Ringey andS'- i l _,,^ a'll, .... K . .. I I daughter and son-in-law, Ann children present. Also, Uncle joined by 20 other family wm memoers ann menus ot member Marjorie Wilcox on her recent book "Seed and son Christopher in Mill W E r[l[l: UIIUlIII D@II@V@S"  the tenton Bible Cha 1, re orted n " | I] and George Richards, and Leroy Merrill has been members. These included Mr pe p o, havlng attended Nut Cookery". She had made Friday, Nov 12 ' jl--,u:][ardfz I . ........... II family, fromSimsbury, Conn visiting for two weeks for and Mrs John Underhill and Glencliff Chapel joining the the officers workshop earlier small sugar cookies, flavored Mr. and Mrs.' 'BroW_ baba t "in one boo Crealor ox all tmngs in- n ...... ' . " members of this cnurch to .... '  , .... '.. Ii olly mith spent hunting and has now returned family from Farminton ......... this fall in Berlin. Legislative with one of four different Curtis, Andrea, n.. tl finitely, pertecl and emrnauy exlsung l[ Thanksgiving with Erville and hometoSandown, N.H. N H, Mr and Mrs Er'nest V:sSPnme l:v ? Sdgan  Chairman Vincent Hilyer spices, and served them to visited Mr. and M,.t mi in three ersons Father Son and Holy ScottieSmithinConeovd "*'-' -"' - ; - ' "' " ..... 11 p . ' il ...... unaernin ann family zrom . _ :" .  , spoKe onmerecentpassageot these present. Mrs. Eastman Crawford and .dl Sh II Spirit." II Mr. and Mrs. James Shea  "LTFIIIYDV Andover, Ct., Mr. and Mrs. p myea an organ_solo; em a bill in the State Legislature answered questions and made Rachel in W. Burkeerl ;t ..... II and son Jimmy srnt the *'-'* ,='WUtJILL m,,h,., ,,*,n ,a o,,a,, relson sang "Taint ou for a Vermont Heritage her cookbooks available for Nov. 7. ea"  tl II holiday weekendvithrleiland Isabel Whitney fro'm-'Nashua,'and"Ir.'and Lord": A t!meof..prayer was Museum. Marsha Nelson gave sale to any who desired. She Mrs. Edward anFZ El Fvomeli,'ofFree'Church [I AvisSmith. e_=e., Mrs. Hugh Underhill. The elo. for my. llllOt.t Famny a reportonthesuccessofthe was presented with a table Kimberly an d J;y,asd it " II On Nov 27, Melissa Henson u,,,,-ou.o family sawed, snlit and .aurmg mls ume o Harvest Supper which the arrangement as a thank you Friday and Saturu=vd[ l -' ' Bunny Scott and son, Larry, r bereavement A time ot Grin ehad tonNov 13 II II was guest of honor at a bridal . . . stacked a great pile of wood .... ' ...... g pu . . gift. 13, with her moth,.: II ,_,.a ,,,,,--,L,, _..a, II shower held at Bonnie Hen- spent a .quint Thanksg)wng They were joined after by relresnment was nela in tne Master William Nelson Jennifer Nelson gave a Dodd in Brandon. TI" II nuu, "=W--l.. rm =15 II son's. Co-hostesses also in- uay wim ner parents in ................... IRr,,-o Knl,,,ik, na hie vestry, announced that there would he report on the Fall Festival. theyallvisitedtheirrk Ii p, orship.,ervice iI.00. . ltOt rES, N 'Sunday Shool9:45. [I eluded Martha Burns and Massachusetts. Sunday. they ,,-.,-a .... h,o, ,,,," ,, well" earnen'": Progressive Club. . an officers' meeting-its his The Community Christmas EdithDelphiainMid i l[ i,OW ER PLAI. t l Karoleo  ..... ,v ......... celebrated in traditmnal style ,.o.t., : ..... , The Woodsylie Progresswe home Friday evenn- Dec 3 Program was discussed. It The Nominating 1 Bill Wick M l)i Pastor I .................... -,.,,v. ,,,,.. Club held a " i "  ' " ' l| . , '., IJ 15uests at Ekolott Farm with alltheir ,o u,,h,,., wmo, worn. jont meeting on at8-30nm He has chosen the will consist of a candlelighting i zer of the local ,! r (80) 222 9021 " " "  Donald and Nancy Henson chi!d ren, and.., grandchildren spent two days in E Green- Oct: 18 .wRh .e Haver.hi!l standing committees for the service, carol singing, and Presbyterian "_ L...i ,Ir-_l and daughters Fara and anutecxi:mlm, wich R I with Rob's'cousi n rllstorlcal ncmty at WhiCh year, and they are' Home refreshments. The date will be Group-- JennifMF Charlie Cole, was. taken. . to parenm,"-" "anu Slster." " un me::' John Karol ,, of , Orford,. ,, Economics -- Beulah'LaBa-', announced. The report of the Judy McLure, anal" I1 U ll the Veterans Admlmstratlon way home uninformative visit producer, of . Ben s Mill Chairmen, Isabelle Whitehill nominating committee was Perkins-- met at tl Hospital by ambulance ............ snowed me film anu corn- and Marorie Wilcox" Youth ...... wa maue to turormge .......... J , accepted, and refreshments home Monday mor ul', weauesnay wm a severe vm,,o menten on tne tummg m tsen _ Darrv] Perkins Chairman were served by Mrs. Hassall / I ! ----- t.. -- L-----..,, jL JI-t hea.rt attack. Heis reportedly ..... PiermontVilla,e Thresher at work in his water- Linda Ieonard; 1VIembershil Nelson, Mrs. Harold Nelson, 5ce  td: aw up a be presen Il[llIl[ll ll" lrlflII I Ilrl mating gooa progress, ano SchooiNews  poweren wooaworing mill in and Information -- Judy andMrs. Reginald White. November meeting? l,lEl, VI Ii has been visited for a few |o minutes at a time by all his Reporters: Tara Stygles Burner, Vt. The presentation McLure, Chairmen, Jennifer Fremont Nelsonattended an Mary Ruth Elder was open to the public and Nelson and Madeline Agway Committeemen's |  immediate family. Charlie is This week the entire school over 160 area residents at- Labonnty; Agriculture -- Dinner Meeting Monday well known in ox-team circles saw the "TwoPenny Theater" tended the Parish House Fremont Nelson, Chairmen, evening, Nov. 22, at the Happy Who makes the Journal Opinion possible? and drivers havebeencalling perform. It was an excellent events. Guy Labounty and Alfred Hour Restaurant in Wells ANNUAL TB [ "Women and Investments" LaBay; Legislative Chairman River. TRIMMIN0 b and visiting the house from as performance by the four was the topic of Ms. Judith - far away as New York State. clowns. Students are still -- Vincent Hilyer. It was also Darren Leonard spent WOODSVILLE" i r Hospital Au  i Kendall at the Nov. 15 meeting mentioned that Clark Tulip is overnight Friday, Nov. 26, Woo0sviUe will - The publisher Steven,Beve'lyRllins brought son,back from Worcester their stunts.trying to figure out a coupleof at the ski lodge of Monteau Ski the new State Grange Deputy with his uncle and aunt Mr. annual Chrisl - The advertising staff Polytechnic for the weekend. Bruce Stevens gave a film Area, Mountain Lakes for this District. and Mrs. Gene Perkins and trimmingl rtya   -Theeditorinistaff She conveyed John Grow presentation on Wednesday. Village. Ms. Kendall of the Lecturer Bruce Nelson GeneJr. - The production staff home also and Steven brought The films were titled "School investment firm of Robert C. informed members of plans Stephen Brown and son on Sunday, Dec. 5  :r another student, a young Bus Safety and Courtesy" and Carr and Company's St. for the Family Christmas  t -Theofflcestaff Englishman from Kent, who "Emergency School Bus Johnsbury, Vt. office spoke Program which will be  il informatively of hew and Tuesday evening, Dec. 14, at 8 The people involved in the making of a newspaper are a dedicated group of individuals, each having a partieular job to do, and all pulling together in the same direction so that you, the reader, may have a newspaper each and every week of the year. When you think about it, that's a very good reason to subscribe to the Journal li Opinlon The Newspaper For Everybody Send the Journal Opinion right away! [ Enclosed is $9,00 (Vt./N.H.)  Enclosed is $11.00 (All other states) I ADDRESS . found it surprisingly cold here Saturday nighU Hewill return to England, convinced that Newbury Center people are a hardy race. James Pickeron spent the last weekend of the gun season with Isabel Whitney. He ae- tually saw one deer -- and some tracks. Tim Grow, Joyce Putnam, Tom Rathburn and Jason Ansley spent Sunday hunting -- but for 19th century costumes 1 Una Smit met her grand- mother, Mrs. Gerald Lahr, in Boston, where she had flown from Philadelphia. They flew on together to West Lebanon and were met by the Smit Family for a holiday weekend at the Toll House. Dr. Hooker was organ supply at Newbury Congregational Church for the First Sunday in Advent. Isabel Whitney was Saturday evening dinner guest at St. Andrew's Abbey. Among the other guests were Frank and Connie Roderick and 7 week-old daughter, Elizabeth Amber (Beth). Beck Smith reports that ChiChi has at last had her leg taken out of its splint and is walking cautiously. INTERESTING FACT The opposite sides of a dice cube always add up to seven. Evacuation". The films were both enjoyable and in- formative. The second graders are continuing their reading to the kindergarten class. Both classes enjoy this reading. Computer buddies have been busy squeezing their computer time into this short week. The first and second graders have been matched up with fifth and sixth graders who will help them work with the computer. Our reporters this week are in the first and fifth grade. Tara's favorite subject is reading and her favorite animals are horses and cats. Mary Ruth enjoys riding her bicycle and plans on playing for the school basketball team. We hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving! Upcoming Meetings Dec. 7-- Home Extension at Jane Oakes' home at 7 p.m. The activity will be Counted Cross Stitch with an exchange of a small handmade gift. Dec. 10-- Peaked Mr. Bicycle Club at the home of Marion and Arnold Shields at 7:30. There will be a PotLuck Supper and a chance to recount the year's past ad- ventures and begin planning the next. Dec. 13-- Regular school board meeting. when to invest in today's volatile economic times. Winners of the Progressive Club's raffle were Robert Harley of N. Haverhill, turkey; and Ms. Linda Maccini, town, won the ham. A Christmas Party will be held Dec. 13 at the home of Mrs. John S. Cobb. WELL DRnLLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE COMPLETE WATER SSTEMS INSTALLED FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI Artesian Well Co. Borre View Drive R.D. Borre, Vt 476-4832 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE i I ] p.m. (note change of time). Each family is to bring a number for the program. Santa Claus will make a visit. Parents should bring a small gift for each of their children for Santa's sack, and adults may bring a gift for the gift exchange, if they wish. Gordon Perkins was an overnight guest Friday, Nov. 19, with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bayer, Zachary and Emily. Mrs. Kerry Heywood, Jason and Lauren from Concord spent the day Friday, Nov. 19, with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Murray and Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Potter, all from Montpelier were callers. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whitehill had as supper guesta Monday, Nov. 15, their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Currier from Essex Junction. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson hosted a pre-Thanksgiving Dinner Sunday, Nov. 21, with the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Curtis, Andrea, and James, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson, Tracy and Jeremy from Lincoln, N.H., Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, Marcy and Katie from Walden, and David Barrett ANOTHER CHECK--Another donation is by the Women's Fellowship for the Congregat/onal Church. Shown left to right Arthur Cbeney, FelIowshi Frank MilIette. e Page 6-The Journal Opinion-December 1, 1982 E. CORINTH S00ila Knapp 439-5762 Mrs. W.E. Fehrs of Armonk, Weekend guests of Mrs Leo Anderson, Charles Toupon, N.Y. came Nov. 10 to visit her Hutchinson were her Orville Tucker, Robert mother, Mrs. Lawrence Jack- daughter, Mrs. Ruth Hunt of Shepherd, Robert Dukette, man until the 14th. On Nov. 15 Jericho and her daughter and Carl Peterson, David Kenyon, .Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop Jack- granddaughter, Mrs. Sandra Fred Coffrin, Linda Johnson, man of Beth, N.Y. ac-Menard and Michelle of Hazel Flye, Richard Colheth, companied Alan McLam of Winooski Charles W. Hall, William Dix Hills, N.Y. to East Corinth Stanley Danielak of Sanborn Jr., David Chaffee, . ...... where Al spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Stella McLam and the Jackman's stayed with his mother and sister. On Saturday Mrs. Winthrop Jackman went to Barre where she visited her mother, Mrs. Ambrose Wallingford, Conn. called on Earl Emerson, Wendell Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Lamb Hartley. recently. Bob Stevens of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lind- Wallingford, was a hunting strom (Teresa Barnes),Mikie guest at the Lambs Nov. 12-18 and Jennie from American His son, Major Howard Fork, Utah visited Mr. and Stevens of Washington, D.C. Mrs. Bert Holland last week. and cousin, Steven Carrozza of The steeple lighting for the N Bradford,----- Virginia Bedell 439-5720 Edward and Edith Brown entertained her brother Mr. and Mrs Raymond Emerson of Carmel, N.Y. for a few days last week. On Thanksgiving Day Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brown of Montpelier visited his parents Ed and Edith Brown and on Friday a granddaughter Barbara Ricker, her husband and two children of Laconia, N.H. spent the day with them. At the home of Alan and RYEGATE Darcy Nelson spent over- night Friday, Nov. 19, with his cousins Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins and Gene Jr. Mr and Mrs. Leroy Nelson had as overnight guests Saturday, Nov. 20, their grandson David Elder from Danville and his fiancee Miss Alicia Roberts from St. Johnsbury. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whitehill were guests at a pre- Thanksgiving Dinner Sunday, Nov. "21, at the home of his nephew Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fearon and family in Monroe, from Houston, Tel. Jeremy Nelson from Lin- coln, N.H., was an overnight guest Sunday, Nov. 21, with his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Curtis, Andrea, and James. Mrs. Gene Perkins was guest of honor at a surprise dinner in honor of her birthday Monday, Nov. 22, at the home of Mrs. Bruce Beauvais. Attending in addition to the hostess and the guest of honor were Mrs. Robert Nelson from Lincoln, N.H., Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, Marcy and Katie from Joshua of Hyde ' were supper g nesday evening, No her brother and ) and Mrs. Frem, Darcy, Matthew, a Thanksgiving D' of Mr and Mrs: Nelson were the families Mr. all  Fremont Nelson, Matthew, and Ethan ' and Mrs. Willian  Grant, Hannah, A Botsey. Mr. and Mrs. Dayson and son I.i I were call Quinlan. Wallingford stayed with week of Nov. 14 was given in Judy Forward and sons Seth N.H. Walden, Mrs. Fremont Angeles, Stanley and Dot Oliver during memory of Henry Corliss by eooooo_qmo_o_oooooO . and AJ. a Thanksgiving Gene Perkins, Jr. was an Nelson, MrsEdwardMcLure, afternoon Nov. 15,( A Fill m that time. None were suc- Jim and Debbie Corliss and Dinner was held Mr and Mrs overnight guest on Mrs. Theodore Clark, Mrs. Wellington Lee. TM  | i cefc:sus;trS'ermont deer Virginia and Donald Forn- Herbert R Martin;' Mr. and Th:n:slgi:ing, Nov. 25, with Carl Bayer, Mrs Wanda had been spending . . walt. Mrs. Darrell Maxwell and ' c and aunt Mr. and Beauvais, Mrs. Bruce Nelson, weeks with his J * l't I A V hunters reporting atDowmngs Michael Truss of D.J; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mrs Daniel Leonard, Darren, and Mrs. Stewart White grandmother Mrs.  UtllJll4 II w:;; ge rtrn:s r  saSrin Southington, Ct. spent the first Bedell; Mrs. Sherry Tullar Jeffrey, and Sarah. Following the dinner a bir- McPhee and M t A A .. , :e: ........ ' week of the regular hunting and Shelly and MichaelBrown uinner guests Sunday, Nov. thday cake, made and MacDonald in W. R    tucnara Bloogett, uanlel season with his brother, Joeat of Bradford; Babette Gendron 21, of Mr and Mrs Leroy decorated by Mrs Fremont left Nov. 16 to visit AV A P R Webster, ..Robert Cook, his home in the Pike Hill II of Montpelier; Sonnie Bedell Nelson were their two grin- Nelson, wasserved. Miss Margaret lCAS rely W r hna'ncm- Jsawara wemn, teglnalo District. Michael was not one 1 of N. Haverhill, Mr. and Mrs dsons William Elder from E Mrs Kenneth Nelson, Boston. _.:0del[ g  Wenster, Tnomas w. Lunu, of thelucky hunters. 1 Michael Maxwell, Kim and Greenwich, R.I. and Myron Marcy and Katie from Walden The Exte .... AIIV DItsun Truck Marc Bouffard, Laurence " Hugh and Dr Frances Olsen II Shannon of Cabot; and Mr Heywood from St. Johnsbury, were guests for lunch Homemakers Gro liv'l By O Mera, Lyle Thompson, returned home Nov 16 from II land Mrs. Bud Gendron and also Ben Morrow from Nor- Tuesday, Nov. 25, with her annual Thanksgi ,_.__:.:.n !a2 Kenneth Wallace, Gardiner Lewiston, Pa. where'Dr. Olsen l Alan of Fairlee attended. A folk, Va. parents-in-law Mr. and Mrs. meeting Thursday,wD Hm, _A.  _Batten, Clarence M oulton, had been working on a l : birthday cake and the bir- Mr. and Mrs Albert Harold Nelson. the home of M_ .49.054  Gerara tmtcnlns, uouglas medical assignment for three l thday song was also enjoyed Lamarre and daughter Thanksgiving Dinner guests LaBay A turkey Y jlom -"  Emerson, Jack Shepherd, weeks, l I by Virginia Bedell on her Meaghan from Tuscon, Ariz., of Mr. andMrs. GenePerkins, all the fixings lai;l'" I ; u00nnl . Bruce Avery:. Paul .Stacy, The church steeple lighting 1 I turkey birthday, visited his grandparents Mr. Gene Jr., and Gordon included and each memrux" and ] Ulll1Wlu uavla Nlarun, rucnara for this week is iven in II I Jay Farr has just been and Mrs. Arthur Whitehill Mr. and Mrs. Carroll East- contrihutionforaebi i Dotsun-Volvo e Cwlebet.th,RJlemrSS2r:tY., t:Y memory of John Newsome by I I through surgery at the V.A. Monday afternoon, Nov.22. man, DarrylPerkins, Mr. and which was beingP. ei ........ "" 14 ' , uoromywausworth. I Hospital and is doing fine. uaniel Leonard spent Mrs. Daniel Leonard, Darren, needy family TPa Ill nsm}T.,aw, Munn, Brian Chapman, The altar flowers for Nov. 21 l I At the Hanover Hospital is overnight on Thanksgiving Jeffrey, Danny, and Sarah, meeting is p al' la#l sun ([dbiwl)llffe Conrad Aldighetti, David wer iv,m bv Fr and Anna II I Ethel Cnghman and Ward, Day, Nov 25, with his uncle and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thursday, Dec 2, StL. zlr tM[', lt old ' ,,,#t#r,,  Benjamin,R, olandBurroughs: MelleTnmeoryo'teirs'o'% I I Keenan. Mabe'l'I:Iunphre'yh and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins of Sutton. the home of r.li 'u' boOooa truce u lvlera, rtoDer FredJr. and Robert Melle. l I returned home feeling much Perkins and Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Dickerson. Eachm.F .... Mrs. Freda Williams had l I better. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson Brown and son Joshua from bring a favorite' _wLn Win I the misfortune to fall Sunday l I Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hyde Park, N.Y., arrived dessert, a readiJ! Marcott nce and Nelson, Curtis, Andrea and ;,t ,,. I afternoon while shopping at l I , La Shaun " , Friday, Nov. 12, at her Christmas progra,i, rquh i\\;  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL t AmesinN. Haverhill. She was TURKEY TIME--Reaching for the stars is Nathaniai Pushee were at Mrs. Phylis James were Thanksgiving parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Christmas gift to !P  ") I taken to the hospital in "^r- __a L_, ......... -I  ................... Dons for Thanksgiving Dinner guests of Gill's sister Nelson Mr. Brown returned A square dance w.; Lali 1 ....... CHECK 0W LOW ICES [ ....... ,a unu uem 8 u,,, m nmnuay uecora[ions are ' Miss i^n ^ Le'^-^ :- D__ NVENTORY IN STOCK hanover, ror(unaely mr u   .,.,= ,..,-- _.L CARPL/ & ,;T=<T, ,TON I 'r, t,n n,iaht,r Mr BrandyBoucheraffdChrlstleEbeitinfront. Theyare ton Gall and the children homeNov. 14, driving back for ? Mountain Grsr his family Nov. 24. They "ay evening, No. \\;  ffllUV/ ff/RD 0UmW0KSSmP ] Sandra Pauquette and her at the James R. Morrill Elementary School in N. r-t[][-k[l[ I 1. remained for overnight with stayed overnight with the 23 dancers dancing, \\; /7, . t.,o [ mother, Mrs Evelyn Simp- Haverhill. " "'''" LaL.ta . hersister. Nelsons and on Thanksgiving Bob Tiews from lffll'l- " ? HALE [URNITR [  ARPET [ son, happeneci to be there at Beth Nelson Twenty-nine members of Day traveled to Randolph for Following the da f' who 57 3429 the R e te Trailblazers 4 H / that time Mrs Pauquette -- 7 - y ga " - the holiday meal with his w Tedd .. re a tahni:ri lderig iYharh:tu!iailci hag?Pi i from the group :' IUDFOItD parents. Colatina in Bradfor. =o Gordon Perkins was an The next square nd overnight guest Friday, Nov. planned for Dec. ll--.arnil_ ' 26, with his uncle and aunt Mr. Mrs. Edward ldJ:,lls al e g and Mrs. Daniel Leonard, tended a Budget recl: II IS toe II " " ' " Service at the St Lukes . " Jeffrey, Danny, andSarah, meeting of the tlani: ,, tt book Mills and Mines Book IV Brothers, conducted the tour, The Ryegate United County Ext. k II II ............ Katharine31aisdeli Little Girl of LongAgo -- a Episcopal Church. TheRev. explaining the many steps Presbyterian Women held Homemakers - C.. II /----  II -P* l-lAV[llli.aL 787 6315 story with a setting in Pier- arz emers oz.tne ,romn involved in producing line their monthly meeting at the Tuesday, Nov. ,9, [ .... Obselc II --' -'-"---'l%r-'   / II " mont, or the Piermont Cook- aemoulst .nurcn. was me granite gravestones and church vestry Thursday Johnsbury. -ero/ril [I F{ li "Mr. and Mrs. A. Frank Laurie of Killingworth, Conn., book. Debbie Fox is a new speazer.ozmeevenlng. M.ary answering the 4-Hers' evening, Nov. 18, with 11 Mr. andMrs, b.r%l.-ra: II \\;  M ""t 12 '" / =z'-"- II Stiegler celebrated their visited relatives in town last volunteer who is working on owe mr.ecteu me commneo questions, present. Mrs. Reginald White with their daugn" terlntla II O II fiftieth wedding anniversary weekend the magazines, jum orcnosm A .. . Blue Mountain Grange 263 welcomed those guests in-law Mr. anu lS/Lastrm--',. II' , II with an open house given at Thanksgiving supper was a Thanksgiving Laivary .apustChu.rcn held its regular meeting present from S. Ryegate and Heywood from St. J ba II II their home by their children special occasion for the Helen Underhill found this . A Thanzsgwlngervmewas Tuesday evening, Nov. 23, introduced Mrs. Margaret anXSul visited their gr,-,a,i l[ Tha W,m,olit,=l l[ on Nov. 26. About 55 guests Blaisdells, with allsixoftheir Thanksgiving to be par- nero at theavar.y .uais with 28 members present. Eastman from Peacham who and family Mr. and] I I Ala, avaa,a,,,= ]] atended, including their children and all six grand- ticularly special when shewas t=ntu'cn on, rnangs.g[ngf:ve Home Economics Committee led devotions and then spoke Michael Ringey andS'- i l _,,^ a'll, .... K . .. I I daughter and son-in-law, Ann children present. Also, Uncle joined by 20 other family wm memoers ann menus ot member Marjorie Wilcox on her recent book "Seed and son Christopher in Mill W E r[l[l: UIIUlIII D@II@V@S"  the tenton Bible Cha 1, re orted n " | I] and George Richards, and Leroy Merrill has been members. These included Mr pe p o, havlng attended Nut Cookery". She had made Friday, Nov 12 ' jl--,u:][ardfz I . ........... II family, fromSimsbury, Conn visiting for two weeks for and Mrs John Underhill and Glencliff Chapel joining the the officers workshop earlier small sugar cookies, flavored Mr. and Mrs.' 'BroW_ baba t "in one boo Crealor ox all tmngs in- n ...... ' . " members of this cnurch to .... '  , .... '.. Ii olly mith spent hunting and has now returned family from Farminton ......... this fall in Berlin. Legislative with one of four different Curtis, Andrea, n.. tl finitely, pertecl and emrnauy exlsung l[ Thanksgiving with Erville and hometoSandown, N.H. N H, Mr and Mrs Er'nest V:sSPnme l:v ? Sdgan  Chairman Vincent Hilyer spices, and served them to visited Mr. and M,.t mi in three ersons Father Son and Holy ScottieSmithinConeovd "*'-' -"' - ; - ' "' " ..... 11 p . ' il ...... unaernin ann family zrom . _ :" .  , spoKe onmerecentpassageot these present. Mrs. Eastman Crawford and .dl Sh II Spirit." II Mr. and Mrs. James Shea  "LTFIIIYDV Andover, Ct., Mr. and Mrs. p myea an organ_solo; em a bill in the State Legislature answered questions and made Rachel in W. Burkeerl ;t ..... II and son Jimmy srnt the *'-'* ,='WUtJILL m,,h,., ,,*,n ,a o,,a,, relson sang "Taint ou for a Vermont Heritage her cookbooks available for Nov. 7. ea"  tl II holiday weekendvithrleiland Isabel Whitney fro'm-'Nashua,'and"Ir.'and Lord": A t!meof..prayer was Museum. Marsha Nelson gave sale to any who desired. She Mrs. Edward anFZ El Fvomeli,'ofFree'Church [I AvisSmith. e_=e., Mrs. Hugh Underhill. The elo. for my. llllOt.t Famny a reportonthesuccessofthe was presented with a table Kimberly an d J;y,asd it " II On Nov 27, Melissa Henson u,,,,-ou.o family sawed, snlit and .aurmg mls ume o Harvest Supper which the arrangement as a thank you Friday and Saturu=vd[ l -' ' Bunny Scott and son, Larry, r bereavement A time ot Grin ehad tonNov 13 II II was guest of honor at a bridal . . . stacked a great pile of wood .... ' ...... g pu . . gift. 13, with her moth,.: II ,_,.a ,,,,,--,L,, _..a, II shower held at Bonnie Hen- spent a .quint Thanksg)wng They were joined after by relresnment was nela in tne Master William Nelson Jennifer Nelson gave a Dodd in Brandon. TI" II nuu, "=W--l.. rm =15 II son's. Co-hostesses also in- uay wim ner parents in ................... IRr,,-o Knl,,,ik, na hie vestry, announced that there would he report on the Fall Festival. theyallvisitedtheirrk Iip, orship.,ervice iI.00. . ltOt rES, N 'Sunday Shool9:45. [I eluded Martha Burns and Massachusetts. Sunday. they ,,-.,-a .... h,o, ,,,," ,, well" earnen'": Progressive Club. . an officers' meeting-its his The Community Christmas EdithDelphiainMid i l[ i,OW ER PLAI. t l Karoleo  ..... ,v ......... celebrated in traditmnal style ,.o.t., : ..... , The Woodsylie Progresswe home Friday evenn- Dec 3 Program was discussed. It The Nominating 1 Bill Wick M l)i Pastor I .................... -,.,,v. ,,,,.. Club held a " i "  ' " ' l| . , '., IJ 15uests at Ekolott Farm with alltheir ,o u,,h,,., wmo, worn. jont meeting on at8-30nm He has chosen the will consist of a candlelighting i zer of the local ,! r (80) 222 9021 " " "  Donald and Nancy Henson chi!d ren, and.., grandchildren spent two days in E Green- Oct: 18 .wRh .e Haver.hi!l standing committees for the service, carol singing, and Presbyterian "_ L...i ,Ir-_l and daughters Fara and anutecxi:mlm, wich R I with Rob's'cousi n rllstorlcal ncmty at WhiCh year, and they are' Home refreshments. The date will be Group-- JennifMF Charlie Cole, was. taken. . to parenm,"-" "anu Slster." " un me::' John Karol ,, of , Orford,. ,, Economics -- Beulah'LaBa-', announced. The report of the Judy McLure, anal" I1 U ll the Veterans Admlmstratlon way home uninformative visit producer, of . Ben s Mill Chairmen, Isabelle Whitehill nominating committee was Perkins-- met at tl Hospital by ambulance ............ snowed me film anu corn- and Marorie Wilcox" Youth ...... wa maue to turormge .......... J , accepted, and refreshments home Monday mor ul', weauesnay wm a severe vm,,o menten on tne tummg m tsen _ Darrv] Perkins Chairman were served by Mrs. Hassall / I ! ----- t.. -- L-----..,, jL JI-t hea.rt attack. Heis reportedly ..... PiermontVilla,e Thresher at work in his water- Linda Ieonard; 1VIembershil Nelson, Mrs. Harold Nelson, 5ce  td: aw up a be presen Il[llIl[ll ll" lrlflII I Ilrl mating gooa progress, ano SchooiNews  poweren wooaworing mill in and Information -- Judy andMrs. Reginald White. November meeting? l,lEl, VI Ii has been visited for a few |o minutes at a time by all his Reporters: Tara Stygles Burner, Vt. The presentation McLure, Chairmen, Jennifer Fremont Nelsonattended an Mary Ruth Elder was open to the public and Nelson and Madeline Agway Committeemen's |  immediate family. Charlie is This week the entire school over 160 area residents at- Labonnty; Agriculture -- Dinner Meeting Monday well known in ox-team circles saw the "TwoPenny Theater" tended the Parish House Fremont Nelson, Chairmen, evening, Nov. 22, at the Happy Who makes the Journal Opinion possible? and drivers havebeencalling perform. It was an excellent events. Guy Labounty and Alfred Hour Restaurant in Wells ANNUAL TB [ "Women and Investments" LaBay; Legislative Chairman River. TRIMMIN0 b and visiting the house from as performance by the four was the topic of Ms. Judith - far away as New York State. clowns. Students are still -- Vincent Hilyer. It was also Darren Leonard spent WOODSVILLE" i r Hospital Au  i Kendall at the Nov. 15 meeting mentioned that Clark Tulip is overnight Friday, Nov. 26, Woo0sviUe will - The publisher Steven,Beve'lyRllins brought son,back from Worcester their stunts.trying to figure out a coupleof at the ski lodge of Monteau Ski the new State Grange Deputy with his uncle and aunt Mr. annual Chrisl - The advertising staff Polytechnic for the weekend. Bruce Stevens gave a film Area, Mountain Lakes for this District. and Mrs. Gene Perkins and trimmingl rtya   -Theeditorinistaff She conveyed John Grow presentation on Wednesday. Village. Ms. Kendall of the Lecturer Bruce Nelson GeneJr. - The production staff home also and Steven brought The films were titled "School investment firm of Robert C. informed members of plans Stephen Brown and son on Sunday, Dec. 5  :r another student, a young Bus Safety and Courtesy" and Carr and Company's St. for the Family Christmas  t -Theofflcestaff Englishman from Kent, who "Emergency School Bus Johnsbury, Vt. office spoke Program which will be  il informatively of hew and Tuesday evening, Dec. 14, at 8 The people involved in the making of a newspaper are a dedicated group of individuals, each having a partieular job to do, and all pulling together in the same direction so that you, the reader, may have a newspaper each and every week of the year. When you think about it, that's a very good reason to subscribe to the Journal li Opinlon The Newspaper For Everybody Send the Journal Opinion right away! [ Enclosed is $9,00 (Vt./N.H.)  Enclosed is $11.00 (All other states) I ADDRESS . found it surprisingly cold here Saturday nighU Hewill return to England, convinced that Newbury Center people are a hardy race. James Pickeron spent the last weekend of the gun season with Isabel Whitney. He ae- tually saw one deer -- and some tracks. Tim Grow, Joyce Putnam, Tom Rathburn and Jason Ansley spent Sunday hunting -- but for 19th century costumes 1 Una Smit met her grand- mother, Mrs. Gerald Lahr, in Boston, where she had flown from Philadelphia. They flew on together to West Lebanon and were met by the Smit Family for a holiday weekend at the Toll House. Dr. Hooker was organ supply at Newbury Congregational Church for the First Sunday in Advent. Isabel Whitney was Saturday evening dinner guest at St. Andrew's Abbey. Among the other guests were Frank and Connie Roderick and 7 week-old daughter, Elizabeth Amber (Beth). Beck Smith reports that ChiChi has at last had her leg taken out of its splint and is walking cautiously. INTERESTING FACT The opposite sides of a dice cube always add up to seven. Evacuation". The films were both enjoyable and in- formative. The second graders are continuing their reading to the kindergarten class. Both classes enjoy this reading. Computer buddies have been busy squeezing their computer time into this short week. The first and second graders have been matched up with fifth and sixth graders who will help them work with the computer. Our reporters this week are in the first and fifth grade. Tara's favorite subject is reading and her favorite animals are horses and cats. Mary Ruth enjoys riding her bicycle and plans on playing for the school basketball team. We hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving! Upcoming Meetings Dec. 7-- Home Extension at Jane Oakes' home at 7 p.m. The activity will be Counted Cross Stitch with an exchange of a small handmade gift. Dec. 10-- Peaked Mr. Bicycle Club at the home of Marion and Arnold Shields at 7:30. There will be a PotLuck Supper and a chance to recount the year's past ad- ventures and begin planning the next. Dec. 13-- Regular school board meeting. when to invest in today's volatile economic times. Winners of the Progressive Club's raffle were Robert Harley of N. Haverhill, turkey; and Ms. Linda Maccini, town, won the ham. A Christmas Party will be held Dec. 13 at the home of Mrs. John S. Cobb. WELL DRnLLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE COMPLETE WATER SSTEMS INSTALLED FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI Artesian Well Co. Borre View Drive R.D. Borre, Vt 476-4832 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE i I ] p.m. (note change of time). Each family is to bring a number for the program. Santa Claus will make a visit. Parents should bring a small gift for each of their children for Santa's sack, and adults may bring a gift for the gift exchange, if they wish. Gordon Perkins was an overnight guest Friday, Nov. 19, with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bayer, Zachary and Emily. Mrs. Kerry Heywood, Jason and Lauren from Concord spent the day Friday, Nov. 19, with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Murray and Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Potter, all from Montpelier were callers. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whitehill had as supper guesta Monday, Nov. 15, their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Currier from Essex Junction. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson hosted a pre-Thanksgiving Dinner Sunday, Nov. 21, with the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Curtis, Andrea, and James, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson, Tracy and Jeremy from Lincoln, N.H., Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, Marcy and Katie from Walden, and David Barrett ANOTHER CHECK--Another donation is by the Women's Fellowship for the Congregat/onal Church. Shown left to right Arthur Cbeney, FelIowshi Frank MilIette. e