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December I, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 g out the library display case are (l-r) Nichoile Claflin They are from the Bradford Elementary School. was a quiet, ya few no traveling time or entered were out. changed to go back Barrel Com- e Winter sewing is Jarrell, Mrs. and Mrs. Last Mrs.  Appleton very busy trip to Lebanon to find material for the women to work on during the winter. Those that keep busy during the cold winter days seldom have "Cabin Fever." There may be others on the com- mittee. Good luck to all the committees. The Christmas party will be held soon and the time and place will be an- nounced. There seem to be more hunters than deer in this vicinity. The cold "bug" seems to Bruce of spent the with their John and and two sons is a patient at Hospital in' where he is !observation and a patient at spent with Mr. md .and Bret in Bath, Eastman and spent Day with Mrs. In the af- Eastman Shirley East- to visit Lyle, Fran Saia and and Scott were of their family in lanksgiving Nov. 21 of Mike and with their their families They were Ricker Riverton, Mr. Ricker and ]arre and Mr. Sanborn of Ellsworth left early morning for they spent her cousins rs. Lwrence there they relatives and Cole Johnson of a girl, at Central 12. Holly Young- thanksgiving of her sister" : Stanley Tatro Klein en- Dinner at Edward and Eddie and and three John and and three Washington; Spiller and Eleanor Burroughs 439-5547 two children of Dover, N.H.; also David's mother Mrs. Esther Spiller. LISBON SENIOR NEWS by IIILI)AII BEDARD A.V.S.C.C. Hears of The Blind There vere 37' people at the Ammonoosuc Valley Citizens meeting at the Lisbon Town Hall on Nov. 17. Paul Cote, representing four New Hampshire counties, spoke and showed films on The Blind. He urged "a second opinion" be obtained if there might be a doubt. Volunteers brought and served cookies and beverages. Warren Goodrich has returned home from the hospital, but must be careful of an ulcer. Elsie Swinyer went to Littleton Hospital to improve her heath. Lurlene' Mayol fell and broke her hip, and after being in Littletou, will return to "The Willows". The following won door prizes; A. Howland, M. Caswell, G. Curtis, I. Clongh, J. Baines, R. Curtis, M. Marcoux, L. McLachlin, M. Hunt, M. Baker, M. Bathes, D. Judd, S. Casey, F. Wetherbee, and C. Hedge. A surprise presentation was made to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Curtis for their forty,third wedding an- niversary -- an unusual Christmas cactus. Nov. 24, there will be no meeting; but on Dec. 1, the free blood pressure clinic will be held from ten to noon. The catered December Birthday Luncheon will be at 12:30 followed by a Christmas tree and exchange of gifts. Each man is to bring a man's gift and each woman a woman's -- value about $2. Those celebrating December bir- thdays are Raymond Baker, Marie Bousquet, Richard Dutton, Bernard Dodge, Susan Dodge, Glenna Higgins, Mildred Mardin, Ruth Moore, Mildred Presby, Barbara Stimson, Victor Snell, Bertha Sweet, Bertha Thorne, and Irene Whitney. AT BINGO people constant winners at Bingo, r, and what cards to will share our knowledge with Jr "WIN AT BINGO" book and share our a winner at last! plus $1.50 for postage and handling to: Co., Inc. 62 W 45th St, N.Y.,N.Y. 10036. and receive FREE the premier issue of the the only n-"ational bingo newsletter is $5.95 ( + $1.50), Rush my"WIN AT include my free "BINGO REVIEW" issue of "BINGO REVIEW". to cover the cost of postage and handling. State_____.----ZiP -- delivery. Money back guarantee. N have hit many a home and we hope the bug will soon freeze up. On Nov. 10 at 12:30nearly 50 women gathered at the home of Mrs. Marjorie Peach for a wonderful luncheon and all prepared by Mrs. Peach herself. There were eight ladies from the Atkinson Home present and Ed Ver- voort and Russell furnished transportation. The women sat at small tables in a couple of rooms with women from Newbury and W. Newbury seated so they could visit with one another. The following women assisted Mrs. Peach in serving and were Mrs. Ver- voort, Mrs. Blackmer, Mrs. Stanley Brock, Mrs. Webster and Mrs. Barrett. Rev. John Marsh gave the prayer and later Rev. Ducour had a nice talk on Thanksgiving. After the Newbury Women departed the West Newbury Women held their regular business meeting led by Mrs. Andrew Jarrell the President. Women were invited to attend the North Country Chorus at Peacham and Bradford. The next meeting will be a I Christmas meeting and the date and place has not been fully decided upon. No matter whei'e it will be fun and each will receive a small gift. WENTWORTH The Congregational Church now has a new minister, chosen at Monday's meeting. She is Nan Butera (Mrs. Nicks) of Newton Center, Mass. A June graduate of the Anderson-Newton Theological Seminary, she will be or- dained in her home church on Christmas Day in Bangor, Me. She will start her ministry here on Jan. 1. Barbara Lech entertained her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. George Marton of New Milford, Conn. on Thanksgiving. Lorraine and Vincent Murphy were given a surprise party for their 25th wedding anniversary during the Snowmobile Dance on Saturday evening. Mrs. Ballard, mother of Lorraine, was able to keep the preparations a secret until the last moment. Fifteen of Harold Brown's family gathered at his home Thanksgiving for the traditional celebration. Debbie Meek Stuart and her partner, David Colburn, will play at the Opening Reception of the Art Exhibition in the Art Gallery of Plymouth State College on Dec. 2. They will feature folk music of the 30's. Mrs. Oscar Keplar spent Thanksgiving week at Rockledge with her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gore and Mike returned Saturday after spending Thanksgiving with relatives and friends in Haverhill, Mass. Twenty-four of the Stafford Smith family gathered at his home for Thanksgiving Dinner. They were joined by Mr. and Mrs. E. Hobhs of Pike .... Donald Campbell is showing some beautiful photographs of homes and local scenes. A number were taken from the air. Diane Blodgett had a family reunion on Thanksgiving Day. The Reverend Michaud and family were with relatives in Massachusetts for the holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Campbell entertained some fifteen relatives at Thanksgiving Dinner. A bigger attraction even than the bird was the newest member of the clan, Brian Lewis Campbell, who joined his mother and father, Bruce and Elaine Campbell i in August. They'  in Alton where Bruce teaches music at the high school. Seven names were added this week to the list of lucky hunters in Warren. They are: Stanley Drew of Epsom; Robert Frase, Warren; Ronald Boyce, Plymouth; Robert Bixley, Warren; Susan Spencer, Warren; Fred Williams, Wentworth; Allen Ball, Glencliff. Two bear were taken. In Rumney several more deer were shot, but only Frank Burnham's ,name was available as the sheets had already been turned in. The Town Tax rate has increased from $3.99 to $4.72 per $100. This is a jump of 18.5 percent. Sympathy is extended to Ruth Tilson whose father died after a long illness on Saturday, Nov. 13th at his home in Florida. Eight deer were registered this week in Miller's Country Store. All were taken by rifle except one, a 210 lb. buck, shot by Jim Westover with a shot gun. Other lucky hunters were: Jeff Frojano, an 80 lb. buck; John Dow, a 180 lb. buck; Bernie Reed, a 90 lb. doe; Toby Gunnerman, a 149 lb. doe; Ed Newman, a 90 lb. buck; Dick Coffin, Sr., a buck; Leopold Linteau, a doe. Another dance, Snow Flake Ball, will be held at the Wentworth School on Satur- day, Nov. 27 under the auspices of the Baker River Valley Snowmobile Club. Minerva Clark and Priscilla Morrison spent the weekend in Portsmouth shopping and visiting Priscilla's daughter Cathy and her son Jim. Bob and DebbieRoss visited friends and relatives in town over the weekend. Lorraine and Floyd Gove and son Mike are visiting friends and relatives in Haverhill, Mass. for Thanksgiving. The Historical Society will meet on Tuesday, Dec. 14. Grace Fraser will speak. Notes from St. John Vianney Father Robert Cole who was recently appointed to succeed Father Edwin Milne started his ministry here this week. He will remain as ad- ministrator until about the end of January. Flora Mauchley, CCD. coordinator has five teachers working with her. They al'e: Lucy Ellis, grades 1 and 2, WARREN Elmer and May Heath ar,. still in N. Carolina assisting Etta Andrews and Donald where Donald is still in the hospital. He has recovered enough to talk to them at short periods at a time. As I write this the snow is coming down quite fast, but as the ground is not frozen it is melting nearly as fast as it falls. The WSCS supper Saturday evening last appears to have been successful as reported by. those who attended. The Fire Department was called to the King sawmill Saturday at midnight in approaching, perhaps some would be interested in our cookbooks and our craft magazines. Among new books added are fiction by Frank Yerby, P.D. James, Katherine Gaskin, and Helen MacInnes. Thanks to Alvan O'Neill, we have a new book on Ireland, America's Sunset Coast, Masters of Photography, Rural America, and others. We are most grateful for the interest of our newer residents. The Library will close on Thanksgiving. Otherwise, winter hours are: Wednesday, I0:00-i:00., Thursday, 6:00- as the office' 8:00, and Saturday, 10:00-1:00. Pemi Fire Wardens Holds Last Meeting' of the Year The last meeting of the year for the Pemi Fire Wardens Association was held Masonic Building in Bristol Wednesday evening last. Previous to the meeting a Thanksgiving meal of turkey and all the fixings was served. Floyd R. Ray 764-9979 and rivers were. He reported a fire last weekend in the Wolfboro-Moultonboro area which burned down one foot into the duff of the forest floor. An Outwood Bound group had been in the area shortly before the fire. Air Patrols will be flown when needed. Ranger Ricard reported Cardigan had 9000 visitors this year and 16 inches of rain, and about 18 fires in that region. He had been involved in Fire Training schools in Plymouth and Haverhill and trained 16 to 18 in one school and 25 to 32 in the other. These are 16 to 18 year old youth that make excellent fire fighters on woods fire. They are NOT trained for structure fires. He stated that there would NOT be any Wood Cutting permits on state lands this year as there is a back load of outstanding permits from last year. John also urged all to work for new members and a larger at- tendance at meetings, by Wentworth building burned completely. It was fortunate that no fire escaped to any other buildings, The game kill count at the local station is 13 deer and two bear so far this season. That is up one deer from last week. Maybe this light kill will help save the herd. Why not close the deer season for two years and let the herd increase? There will be a meeting at the Town Hall Tuesday evening, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 30 in regard to the status of the Warren Fish Hatchery. The meeting is being set up by Ray Burton, and expected to at- tend are Congressman Jndd Greg, Representative Paul LaMott, Representative Densmore, and Director Charles Barry. As Charles was born and brought up in Warren he should have some interest in this hatchery. If a large crowd assembles at this time it might, I said might have some clout as to the future of the establishment here in Warren. A large bull moose was seen recently by Donna Bagley and family on Rte. 25C near the Heitz garage. Sally Whitcher, now a nurse practitioner in California, was one of those featured in an article in the Coachella, California News recently. She is part of a staff at El Progresso del Desoerto, a health clinic that provides health care in medically underserved areas similar to our Warren center. We wish her much success in her most worthwhile professiQn. Joseph Patch Library Warren Library is busier now that summer outside activities are over. With Thanksgiving and Christmas The meeting was opened by starting off this with getting to President William Mellett of the first meeting next year in Woodstock and the minutes of Rumney and bring a new the last meeting by Virginia member or a friehd. Speed of Rumney. Host Warden Ron Preble welcomed the guests. Five new members were accepted. This is what we need is members. As I write this message snow is coming down and it does not appear you will need a fire permit to burn today. It was voted to accept the new schedule of meetings in towns as last year. Campton will replace Plymouth. The secretary needed money for meeting notices and it was so voted. The nominating committee presented the slate of offices for the ensuing year to be the same as last year. They did so well they were re-elected and probably will be given a cola increase at some time. Pres. William Mellett-- Woodstock, Sec.-Treas.-- Virginia Spead, Rumney; 1st Vice Nelson Adams-- Hebron, 2nd Vice Jack Bradley-- Thornton, Exc. Comm. Louis Sleeper-- Plymouth, Leon Sherman-- Plymouth, Floyd R. Ray-- Warren. Ranger Carlson gave his report stating there was a 50 percent decrease in fires this season, although it was rated as a dry season. Just remember how low the brooks The entertainment was a current film on the eruption of Mt. St. Helens which was most entertaining and enlightening. Moosehillock Lodge 63 F. & A.M. held a regular meeting at the Temple Thursday eve. Altho a small attendance it was a good productive meeting. P.M. John L. Nicol occupied the East as John Comiea was called to duty on the highway. The lodge is planning another breakfast in the future. Grand Lodge is in Manchester, this Saturday and several brothers will attend. The deer kill at the local checking station increased this week with some natives getting their deer. The figure is now 17 deer and two hear, no humans" as yet. A few have been to Vermont and brought back a deer. The Second Annual Flea Market at the Town Hall Saturday seemed quite suc-. cessful. They had many ar- ticles for sale. The selectmen are glad to announce that tl. tax rate is out and it is down, It was $2.04 last year and is $1.97 for this year. Remember this at town meeting and school meeting in 1983. larceila i loffma n ' 764-5795 FAIRLF00" ' ,, , Mrs. Esther Johnson 333-9704 BarbaraLech, grades 3 and 4, Jody Hedge in the chorus Thanksgiving vacation Mr. andMrs. HarleyGallup Joan Howard, grades 5 and6, and Kenny Bagley on the started on Wednesday, Nov. and Mrs. Karl Johnson visited Flora Mauchley, grades 7 and baritone horn took part in the 24. Henning Johnson in East 8, and Brenda Codaire Winooski Valley Music David Adams has returned Orange on Sunday, Nov. 21. Dickinson, highschoolers. Festival at Norwich from several weeks spent in The congregation of the Plans are in the making to University, in Northfield on New York City. Federated Church was have the Youngsters play an Friday evening Nov. 19. Those Lucky deer hunters of pleased to welcome Mrs. active part in the Christmas attending from Fairlee were Fairlee are Chris Baade, Dariel Morris asa member at services. Each Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hodge, Sherry Baade, Calvin the service on Sun., Nov. 21. morning now they meet at Mrs. Clarence Shedd from Ackerman, Reggie Cramer. Mrs. Irene Gulley was sponsor 10:30 for an hour. They have a Wallingford, Mr. and Mrs. FAST Squad members from 'for Mrs. Morris. film strip followed by snacks James Bagley, Mr. and Mrs. provided by Ginny G0ve David Colby, Laura Bagiey, before the lesson session. High Ellen Bagley and Christina. schoolers meet Monday William Hayward was the evenings at 7 o'clock at the lucky winner of the $100. worth home of Mrs. Dickinson on of groceries raffled off by the School House Hill. Federated Church on Saturday, Nov. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norton of Westbrook, Maine and Miss Louise Barnes of Montpelier visited Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolles on Thursday Nov. 18. BLOOD DRAWING WOODSVILLE-- The American Red Cross, Haverhill Chapter will be The entire student body of having a blood drawing at the the Elementary School at- Woodsville Armory on Dec. 9 tended the Two-Penny Circus from 12: 30 to 5: 30. at Oxbow High School on Tuesday, Nov. 23. The WAITS RIVER Mrs. Clinton Sawyer 439-5445 Mrs. Barbara Partington, cards, visits, flo-wers anti Mrs..Hazel Chase and Mrs. many gifts during her stay at Hazel Limlaw attended a the hospital. A sum of money Retired Teachers Meeting at was voted for Christmas Thetford Center recently, decorations. Next meeting Mrs. Connie Paquette, Dec. 1. Each member isasked Extension Home Economist to bring a homemade tree was in charge of the program decoration to this meeting. and showed holiday crafts. The Christmas party will be Mrs. Rhoda Massie, Dec. 5, 2-4 p.m. Dec. 12, Colchester, visited Mrs. Pomona Christmas Party, Gladys'Sawyer Friday af- Thetford at 3 p.m. Ladies ternoon. Ralph Aldrich of please bring cookies or Bradford was also a caller. The Hunter's breakfast at Fellowship Hall Saturday morning was well attended but not many local hunters have shot a deer. A pre-Thanksgiving dinner was served Wednesday, Nov. 17 at Fellowship Hall to a goodly number of "Golden Agers". The turkey was furnished by Ernest Cilley and dessert. Seven of our mem- bers attended National Grange at Providence R.I., last" week. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Richardson, Herma Clement, Mary Lund, Irene Salomaa, Helen Largin and Barbara Partington, Helen and Barbara received the seventh degree. A Thanksgiving Program followed and closed with a cooked by Mrs. George Gibby. Thanksgiving Prayer by the All helped to make this a gala Chaplain. Refreshments were day. Riverside Grange No. 455 met Wednesday evening Nov. 17, for their regular business meeting and reports. Master, Greg Perreault presiding. Marvin and Wilma Purdy, Oklahoma State Master wife were present and presented to the Masters' station. Letters served. TRUSTEES TO MEET BRADFORD-- The Bradford Library Trustees will be meeting at the Library on Monday, Nov. 29 at 7:30 p.m. and cards were read. Gladys This will be their budget| Sawyer thanked all who so meeting. i kindly Vemembered her with II Ill  -- I 24 HOUR EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE Orange County ,Mental Health TOLL FREE 1.800.622-4244 I I Fairlee, Orford and Bradford participated in a CPR Recertification Course in Fairlee on Wednesday evening Nov. 17. Most of the approximately 20 present were recertified. 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FULL c&AR CARPET % MIN SL BIAOFORD, r. 222.5758 Shop early for Best Selection \\; December I, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 g out the library display case are (l-r) Nichoile Claflin They are from the Bradford Elementary School. was a quiet, ya few no traveling time or entered were out. changed to go back Barrel Com- e Winter sewing is Jarrell, Mrs. and Mrs. Last Mrs.  Appleton very busy trip to Lebanon to find material for the women to work on during the winter. Those that keep busy during the cold winter days seldom have "Cabin Fever." There may be others on the com- mittee. Good luck to all the committees. The Christmas party will be held soon and the time and place will be an- nounced. There seem to be more hunters than deer in this vicinity. The cold "bug" seems to Bruce of spent the with their John and and two sons is a patient at Hospital in' where he is !observation and a patient at spent with Mr. md .and Bret in Bath, Eastman and spent Day with Mrs. In the af- Eastman Shirley East- to visit Lyle, Fran Saia and and Scott were of their family in lanksgiving Nov. 21 of Mike and with their their families They were Ricker Riverton, Mr. Ricker and ]arre and Mr. Sanborn of Ellsworth left early morning for they spent her cousins rs. Lwrence there they relatives and Cole Johnson of a girl, at Central 12. Holly Young- thanksgiving of her sister" : Stanley Tatro Klein en- Dinner at Edward and Eddie and and three John and and three Washington; Spiller and Eleanor Burroughs 439-5547 two children of Dover, N.H.; also David's mother Mrs. Esther Spiller. LISBON SENIOR NEWS by IIILI)AII BEDARD A.V.S.C.C. Hears of The Blind There vere 37' people at the Ammonoosuc Valley Citizens meeting at the Lisbon Town Hall on Nov. 17. Paul Cote, representing four New Hampshire counties, spoke and showed films on The Blind. He urged "a second opinion" be obtained if there might be a doubt. Volunteers brought and served cookies and beverages. Warren Goodrich has returned home from the hospital, but must be careful of an ulcer. Elsie Swinyer went to Littleton Hospital to improve her heath. Lurlene' Mayol fell and broke her hip, and after being in Littletou, will return to "The Willows". The following won door prizes; A. Howland, M. Caswell, G. Curtis, I. Clongh, J. Baines, R. Curtis, M. Marcoux, L. McLachlin, M. Hunt, M. Baker, M. Bathes, D. Judd, S. Casey, F. Wetherbee, and C. Hedge. A surprise presentation was made to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Curtis for their forty,third wedding an- niversary -- an unusual Christmas cactus. Nov. 24, there will be no meeting; but on Dec. 1, the free blood pressure clinic will be held from ten to noon. The catered December Birthday Luncheon will be at 12:30 followed by a Christmas tree and exchange of gifts. Each man is to bring a man's gift and each woman a woman's -- value about $2. Those celebrating December bir- thdays are Raymond Baker, Marie Bousquet, Richard Dutton, Bernard Dodge, Susan Dodge, Glenna Higgins, Mildred Mardin, Ruth Moore, Mildred Presby, Barbara Stimson, Victor Snell, Bertha Sweet, Bertha Thorne, and Irene Whitney. AT BINGO people constant winners at Bingo, r, and what cards to will share our knowledge with Jr "WIN AT BINGO" book and share our a winner at last! plus $1.50 for postage and handling to: Co., Inc. 62 W 45th St, N.Y.,N.Y. 10036. and receive FREE the premier issue of the the only n-"ational bingo newsletter is $5.95 ( + $1.50), Rush my"WIN AT include my free "BINGO REVIEW" issue of "BINGO REVIEW". to cover the cost of postage and handling. State_____.----ZiP -- delivery. Money back guarantee. N have hit many a home and we hope the bug will soon freeze up. On Nov. 10 at 12:30nearly 50 women gathered at the home of Mrs. Marjorie Peach for a wonderful luncheon and all prepared by Mrs. Peach herself. There were eight ladies from the Atkinson Home present and Ed Ver- voort and Russell furnished transportation. The women sat at small tables in a couple of rooms with women from Newbury and W. Newbury seated so they could visit with one another. The following women assisted Mrs. Peach in serving and were Mrs. Ver- voort, Mrs. Blackmer, Mrs. Stanley Brock, Mrs. Webster and Mrs. Barrett. Rev. John Marsh gave the prayer and later Rev. Ducour had a nice talk on Thanksgiving. After the Newbury Women departed the West Newbury Women held their regular business meeting led by Mrs. Andrew Jarrell the President. Women were invited to attend the North Country Chorus at Peacham and Bradford. The next meeting will be a I Christmas meeting and the date and place has not been fully decided upon. No matter whei'e it will be fun and each will receive a small gift. WENTWORTH The Congregational Church now has a new minister, chosen at Monday's meeting. She is Nan Butera (Mrs. Nicks) of Newton Center, Mass. A June graduate of the Anderson-Newton Theological Seminary, she will be or- dained in her home church on Christmas Day in Bangor, Me. She will start her ministry here on Jan. 1. Barbara Lech entertained her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. George Marton of New Milford, Conn. on Thanksgiving. Lorraine and Vincent Murphy were given a surprise party for their 25th wedding anniversary during the Snowmobile Dance on Saturday evening. Mrs. Ballard, mother of Lorraine, was able to keep the preparations a secret until the last moment. Fifteen of Harold Brown's family gathered at his home Thanksgiving for the traditional celebration. Debbie Meek Stuart and her partner, David Colburn, will play at the Opening Reception of the Art Exhibition in the Art Gallery of Plymouth State College on Dec. 2. They will feature folk music of the 30's. Mrs. Oscar Keplar spent Thanksgiving week at Rockledge with her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gore and Mike returned Saturday after spending Thanksgiving with relatives and friends in Haverhill, Mass. Twenty-four of the Stafford Smith family gathered at his home for Thanksgiving Dinner. They were joined by Mr. and Mrs. E. Hobhs of Pike .... Donald Campbell is showing some beautiful photographs of homes and local scenes. A number were taken from the air. Diane Blodgett had a family reunion on Thanksgiving Day. The Reverend Michaud and family were with relatives in Massachusetts for the holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Campbell entertained some fifteen relatives at Thanksgiving Dinner. A bigger attraction even than the bird was the newest member of the clan, Brian Lewis Campbell, who joined his mother and father, Bruce and Elaine Campbell i in August. They'  in Alton where Bruce teaches music at the high school. Seven names were added this week to the list of lucky hunters in Warren. They are: Stanley Drew of Epsom; Robert Frase, Warren; Ronald Boyce, Plymouth; Robert Bixley, Warren; Susan Spencer, Warren; Fred Williams, Wentworth; Allen Ball, Glencliff. Two bear were taken. In Rumney several more deer were shot, but only Frank Burnham's ,name was available as the sheets had already been turned in. The Town Tax rate has increased from $3.99 to $4.72 per $100. This is a jump of 18.5 percent. Sympathy is extended to Ruth Tilson whose father died after a long illness on Saturday, Nov. 13th at his home in Florida. Eight deer were registered this week in Miller's Country Store. All were taken by rifle except one, a 210 lb. buck, shot by Jim Westover with a shot gun. Other lucky hunters were: Jeff Frojano, an 80 lb. buck; John Dow, a 180 lb. buck; Bernie Reed, a 90 lb. doe; Toby Gunnerman, a 149 lb. doe; Ed Newman, a 90 lb. buck; Dick Coffin, Sr., a buck; Leopold Linteau, a doe. Another dance, Snow Flake Ball, will be held at the Wentworth School on Satur- day, Nov. 27 under the auspices of the Baker River Valley Snowmobile Club. Minerva Clark and Priscilla Morrison spent the weekend in Portsmouth shopping and visiting Priscilla's daughter Cathy and her son Jim. Bob and DebbieRoss visited friends and relatives in town over the weekend. Lorraine and Floyd Gove and son Mike are visiting friends and relatives in Haverhill, Mass. for Thanksgiving. The Historical Society will meet on Tuesday, Dec. 14. Grace Fraser will speak. Notes from St. John Vianney Father Robert Cole who was recently appointed to succeed Father Edwin Milne started his ministry here this week. He will remain as ad- ministrator until about the end of January. Flora Mauchley, CCD. coordinator has five teachers working with her. They al'e: Lucy Ellis, grades 1 and 2, WARREN Elmer and May Heath ar,. still in N. Carolina assisting Etta Andrews and Donald where Donald is still in the hospital. He has recovered enough to talk to them at short periods at a time. As I write this the snow is coming down quite fast, but as the ground is not frozen it is melting nearly as fast as it falls. The WSCS supper Saturday evening last appears to have been successful as reported by. those who attended. The Fire Department was called to the King sawmill Saturday at midnight in approaching, perhaps some would be interested in our cookbooks and our craft magazines. Among new books added are fiction by Frank Yerby, P.D. James, Katherine Gaskin, and Helen MacInnes. Thanks to Alvan O'Neill, we have a new book on Ireland, America's Sunset Coast, Masters of Photography, Rural America, and others. We are most grateful for the interest of our newer residents. The Library will close on Thanksgiving. Otherwise, winter hours are: Wednesday, I0:00-i:00., Thursday, 6:00- as the office' 8:00, and Saturday, 10:00-1:00. Pemi Fire Wardens Holds Last Meeting' of the Year The last meeting of the year for the Pemi Fire Wardens Association was held Masonic Building in Bristol Wednesday evening last. Previous to the meeting a Thanksgiving meal of turkey and all the fixings was served. Floyd R. Ray 764-9979 and rivers were. He reported a fire last weekend in the Wolfboro-Moultonboro area which burned down one foot into the duff of the forest floor. An Outwood Bound group had been in the area shortly before the fire. Air Patrols will be flown when needed. Ranger Ricard reported Cardigan had 9000 visitors this year and 16 inches of rain, and about 18 fires in that region. He had been involved in Fire Training schools in Plymouth and Haverhill and trained 16 to 18 in one school and 25 to 32 in the other. These are 16 to 18 year old youth that make excellent fire fighters on woods fire. They are NOT trained for structure fires. He stated that there would NOT be any Wood Cutting permits on state lands this year as there is a back load of outstanding permits from last year. John also urged all to work for new members and a larger at- tendance at meetings, by Wentworth building burned completely. It was fortunate that no fire escaped to any other buildings, The game kill count at the local station is 13 deer and two bear so far this season. That is up one deer from last week. Maybe this light kill will help save the herd. Why not close the deer season for two years and let the herd increase? There will be a meeting at the Town Hall Tuesday evening, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 30 in regard to the status of the Warren Fish Hatchery. The meeting is being set up by Ray Burton, and expected to at- tend are Congressman Jndd Greg, Representative Paul LaMott, Representative Densmore, and Director Charles Barry. As Charles was born and brought up in Warren he should have some interest in this hatchery. If a large crowd assembles at this time it might, I said might have some clout as to the future of the establishment here in Warren. A large bull moose was seen recently by Donna Bagley and family on Rte. 25C near the Heitz garage. Sally Whitcher, now a nurse practitioner in California, was one of those featured in an article in the Coachella, California News recently. She is part of a staff at El Progresso del Desoerto, a health clinic that provides health care in medically underserved areas similar to our Warren center. We wish her much success in her most worthwhile professiQn. Joseph Patch Library Warren Library is busier now that summer outside activities are over. With Thanksgiving and Christmas The meeting was opened by starting off this with getting to President William Mellett of the first meeting next year in Woodstock and the minutes of Rumney and bring a new the last meeting by Virginia member or a friehd. Speed of Rumney. Host Warden Ron Preble welcomed the guests. Five new members were accepted. This is what we need is members. As I write this message snow is coming down and it does not appear you will need a fire permit to burn today. It was voted to accept the new schedule of meetings in towns as last year. Campton will replace Plymouth. The secretary needed money for meeting notices and it was so voted. The nominating committee presented the slate of offices for the ensuing year to be the same as last year. They did so well they were re-elected and probably will be given a cola increase at some time. Pres. William Mellett-- Woodstock, Sec.-Treas.-- Virginia Spead, Rumney; 1st Vice Nelson Adams-- Hebron, 2nd Vice Jack Bradley-- Thornton, Exc. Comm. Louis Sleeper-- Plymouth, Leon Sherman-- Plymouth, Floyd R. Ray-- Warren. Ranger Carlson gave his report stating there was a 50 percent decrease in fires this season, although it was rated as a dry season. Just remember how low the brooks The entertainment was a current film on the eruption of Mt. St. Helens which was most entertaining and enlightening. Moosehillock Lodge 63 F. & A.M. held a regular meeting at the Temple Thursday eve. Altho a small attendance it was a good productive meeting. P.M. John L. Nicol occupied the East as John Comiea was called to duty on the highway. The lodge is planning another breakfast in the future. Grand Lodge is in Manchester, this Saturday and several brothers will attend. The deer kill at the local checking station increased this week with some natives getting their deer. The figure is now 17 deer and two hear, no humans" as yet. A few have been to Vermont and brought back a deer. The Second Annual Flea Market at the Town Hall Saturday seemed quite suc-. cessful. They had many ar- ticles for sale. The selectmen are glad to announce that tl. tax rate is out and it is down, It was $2.04 last year and is $1.97 for this year. Remember this at town meeting and school meeting in 1983. larceila i loffma n ' 764-5795 FAIRLF00" ' ,, , Mrs. Esther Johnson 333-9704 BarbaraLech, grades 3 and 4, Jody Hedge in the chorus Thanksgiving vacation Mr. andMrs. HarleyGallup Joan Howard, grades 5 and6, and Kenny Bagley on the started on Wednesday, Nov. and Mrs. Karl Johnson visited Flora Mauchley, grades 7 and baritone horn took part in the 24. Henning Johnson in East 8, and Brenda Codaire Winooski Valley Music David Adams has returned Orange on Sunday, Nov. 21. Dickinson, highschoolers. Festival at Norwich from several weeks spent in The congregation of the Plans are in the making to University, in Northfield on New York City. Federated Church was have the Youngsters play an Friday evening Nov. 19. Those Lucky deer hunters of pleased to welcome Mrs. active part in the Christmas attending from Fairlee were Fairlee are Chris Baade, Dariel Morris asa member at services. Each Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hodge, Sherry Baade, Calvin the service on Sun., Nov. 21. morning now they meet at Mrs. Clarence Shedd from Ackerman, Reggie Cramer. Mrs. Irene Gulley was sponsor 10:30 for an hour. They have a Wallingford, Mr. and Mrs. FAST Squad members from 'for Mrs. Morris. film strip followed by snacks James Bagley, Mr. and Mrs. provided by Ginny G0ve David Colby, Laura Bagiey, before the lesson session. High Ellen Bagley and Christina. schoolers meet Monday William Hayward was the evenings at 7 o'clock at the lucky winner of the $100. worth home of Mrs. Dickinson on of groceries raffled off by the School House Hill. Federated Church on Saturday, Nov. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norton of Westbrook, Maine and Miss Louise Barnes of Montpelier visited Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolles on Thursday Nov. 18. BLOOD DRAWING WOODSVILLE-- The American Red Cross, Haverhill Chapter will be The entire student body of having a blood drawing at the the Elementary School at- Woodsville Armory on Dec. 9 tended the Two-Penny Circus from 12: 30 to 5: 30. at Oxbow High School on Tuesday, Nov. 23. The WAITS RIVER Mrs. Clinton Sawyer 439-5445 Mrs. Barbara Partington, cards, visits, flo-wers anti Mrs..Hazel Chase and Mrs. many gifts during her stay at Hazel Limlaw attended a the hospital. A sum of money Retired Teachers Meeting at was voted for Christmas Thetford Center recently, decorations. Next meeting Mrs. Connie Paquette, Dec. 1. Each member isasked Extension Home Economist to bring a homemade tree was in charge of the program decoration to this meeting. and showed holiday crafts. The Christmas party will be Mrs. Rhoda Massie, Dec. 5, 2-4 p.m. Dec. 12, Colchester, visited Mrs. Pomona Christmas Party, Gladys'Sawyer Friday af- Thetford at 3 p.m. Ladies ternoon. Ralph Aldrich of please bring cookies or Bradford was also a caller. The Hunter's breakfast at Fellowship Hall Saturday morning was well attended but not many local hunters have shot a deer. A pre-Thanksgiving dinner was served Wednesday, Nov. 17 at Fellowship Hall to a goodly number of "Golden Agers". The turkey was furnished by Ernest Cilley and dessert. Seven of our mem- bers attended National Grange at Providence R.I., last" week. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Richardson, Herma Clement, Mary Lund, Irene Salomaa, Helen Largin and Barbara Partington, Helen and Barbara received the seventh degree. A Thanksgiving Program followed and closed with a cooked by Mrs. George Gibby. Thanksgiving Prayer by the All helped to make this a gala Chaplain. Refreshments were day. Riverside Grange No. 455 met Wednesday evening Nov. 17, for their regular business meeting and reports. Master, Greg Perreault presiding. Marvin and Wilma Purdy, Oklahoma State Master wife were present and presented to the Masters' station. Letters served. TRUSTEES TO MEET BRADFORD-- The Bradford Library Trustees will be meeting at the Library on Monday, Nov. 29 at 7:30 p.m. and cards were read. Gladys This will be their budget| Sawyer thanked all who so meeting. i kindly Vemembered her with II Ill  -- I 24 HOUR EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE Orange County ,Mental Health TOLL FREE 1.800.622-4244 I I Fairlee, Orford and Bradford participated in a CPR Recertification Course in Fairlee on Wednesday evening Nov. 17. Most of the approximately 20 present were recertified. 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