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Page &The Journal Opinion.December 2, 1981 Ill l l N Fairlee : Mrs. I'sther Johnsm 333-9704 News Briefs School' are: on Nov. II, the The Youth Fellowship of the entire school attended "Up W. Fairlee-- "Barbar33,u7 mner" Federated Church met at the with People" in Bradford. The THANKSGIVING MEANING Bradley Slack, brother to Ladd; Sue Whiting and church the evening of Nov 22. parent-teacher conferences, Thanking Our Heavenly Ruth and Alfred. Francis Thurston of Corinth; Douglas O'Donnell and Nancy which are held at the end of Father for Jesus, the greatest Gary and Pearl Vance and and Juiie's friend Mark Hazen Larson served refreshments each marking period, were gift four children entertained of Woodstock. All young people from the held on Nov. 13, at the end of Praising God for His blessings eight guests over the holiday. Two lovely granddaughters, seventh to 12th grades are the first marking period, and faithfulness Ray Bailey and Jttdy Sails and Wendy and Wanda Whiting, of :' welcome. New Baby Girl Caring. for our families and 3 children came from New Groton, visited the Ladds ' #lh The Rev. Arthur Bagley and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm friends Boston, N.H. and Sharon during the long Thanksgiving i! Mrs. Gladys Rowell, Parker are the parents of a 8hiring with loved ones and Ricard and two children were weekend. representing the Community daughter, Melinda, born friends here from Lebanon. They Charles and Hazel Blan- | CirCle, presented Mrs. Cyn- Wednesday, Nov. 18, at the Living Our lives according to attended the Wednesday chard celebrated / , thin Fifield, a patient at the Central Vermont Hospital, God's plan evening church service and Thanksgiving as guests of a Chelsea Home, Chelsea, with Berlin. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Loving God, our families, and enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner granddaughter, Betsy LaHaye - a Thanksgiving basket, Parker, of Vershire, are the our neighbors as ourselves, together, and her family in West Tuesday, Nov. 17. paternal grandparents and Pastor Gordon Cook and his Lebanon. II _ Town Nurse Clinic Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ordway, of The Post Mills Church dear wife Pare with Jonathon In Vershire, at the home of l The Town Nurse Clinic will town, are the maternal Council contacted concerned and David celebrated Ernie and Barb Parker, were  ' have a nurse at the Fairies grandparents friends in the surrounding Thanksgiving at the home of Carroll and Maude Collins to Town Hall on Dec 1, from 9:00 The Masons of the Mr. Cube area to join in a special prayer Pam's parents, Mr. and Mrs. share in and enjoy a to 11:00 a.m. to test for Lodge No. 10, of Orford were service for Floyd and Marge Elmer Gray of White River traditional holiday turkey hypertension and weight and represented by Charles Ricker and their families on Jct.,Vt. dinner. They are Barb's to give hemmocult smear kits Pierce, Orford; Charlie Pike, Tuesday night. The service Karl and Janet Tilden of E. parents. to those interested. Lyme; David Colby, TheRev. was led by Rev. Charles Thefford were another couple Gordon and Ruth South- Mrs. Valetta Colby now has Arthur Bagley, and James Pigott. who entertained a large worth, with Jane and Bob of employment in the diet kit-Bagley, all of Falrlee; at the The Ladies Bible Study family gathering on the Bradford, were in Man- chen at the Mary Hitehcock Grand Lodge F. and A.M. in Group finished 'the Study I holiday. Present there were chester, N.H. at the home of Memorial Hospital, Hanover, Manchester, N.H., Saturday, Peter last Tuesday morning. Ken and Bev Dexter with their granddaughter Patti and N.H Nov. 21. Two weeks were needed to Steve, Key. and Pammie; Dan her husband Bob Serri, for the FairleeElementary More lucky Fairlee hunters complete the lesson. There and Verna Roberts with holiday dinner. It was a School are Ralph Hedge, Don were twelve in attendance, Danny and Becky; and, Alan wonderful day with 21 family Notes from the Elementary Davenport, and R. H. Cramer, two members being in- and Ellie Ordway. members together. Jr. disposed. YOU are welcome at John and Charlene Bougeois Adventuresome Esther Hill Ry Nancy Perkins Polly Ladd's on Tuesdays at and children celebrated drove to Burlington to spend a Corlnth egate ,, , ,.1, lO:Ooa.m. Thanksgiving at their home on most enjoyable Thanksgiving Mrs. Guy Labounty ac- Randolph. A Very Special, Urusual and Saturday the 28th with Day at the home of her niece, Thanksgiving! A day to give companied the White Mrs. Reginald White and Inspirational Service was Charlene's parents Freeman Ethel Cushman. One other thanks to the Lord. That is Mountain Mental Health Mrs. Walter Main were in experienced at church on and Maxine Hoisington and guest joined them, a friend, what the Robert Chambers Group from Woodsville to Topsham Wednesday if- Wednesday evening with the brothers Steve and Tim. Her Joseph Nadeau of Windsor. family is doing. Their little happy voices of the children older sister and husband, Ken and Ginny Sauthworth Robbie was home from the Whitefield, N.H., Tuesday, ternoon Nov. 18, where Mrs. and their songs, a Cindy and Dick Fraser with were at home making hospital in time to have Now 17, where they were White showed slides at the congregation hymn singanda family came from So. Thanksgiving a special day Thanksgiving dinner with his meeting of the Church guests of the White Mountain Mental Health group there for Women's Group and told of very moving Thanksgiving Ryogate; also her younger for Vena BeebeandRev. Gary family. Robbie was in the Prayer. Then, in his sister and husband, Cheryl WaRe. " M.H.M. Hospital in Hanover a Thanksgiving Dinner. Mrs her recent trip to Athens, Meditation, Pastor Gordon and Dennis Tabor were there Rose Southworth spent an for several days after un- Labounty and Mrs. Francis Greece. from Randolph. Charlene's enjoyable Thanksgiving Day dergoing several days of Lackie of Haverhill, N.H., Mrs. Alex Meyette, Mrs. Cook brought the Pilgrims sang and played thelr baritone Marion Inglis, Mrs. Guy from Scrooby, England to Maternal Grandmother from withLethaandBohWamboldt treatment in the Sidney ukulele and guitar as part of Labounty, Mrs. William Holland to Plymouth, Mass., Post Mills also enjoyed .the in Post Mills. She prepared Farber Cancer Institute in the program. Nelson, and Mrs. Edward through the subsequent dif- day with the family, and shared their holiday Boston. Blue Mountain Grange No McLure attended the monthly ficult months, to the first Bruce and Gloria Mann with dinner. A pre-Thauksgiving dinner 263 held their regular meeting meeting of the Christian Thanksgiving The voyage, Mike and Rod entertained At the home of Leon and was held in the home of Tuesday evening, Nov. 24, Women's Fellowship Wed- fraught with trials, hear- Gloria's parents, Clifford and Rita Blake were Girth and Bernard and Marion Moulton with l4 members present The nesday, Nov. 18 in St taches and bardships, was IvisThurstononThanksgiving Pearl Johnson and Reginal Sunday, Nov. 22. Those accomplished through total Day. Allen to enjoy a lovely present were George and committee which has been Johnsbury. investigating possibilities of a Mr. and Mrs. Robert dependence on God Moo and Rick Eaton from Thanksgiving dinner. Beverly Robert and three wood stove or furnace gave a Nelson, Tracy and Jeremy of Our children were on- Elmwood Farm, with a Reg (to her friends) was children from Woburn, Ma.; report. Discussion followed, Lincoln, N.H., were overnight tranced and the message was special friend, "Stash" O. of free from her work for the her brother and wife Elwin and the committee will con- guests Saturday, Nov. 21, of very clear and to the point, Conn., were in St. Johnsbury long weekend to enjoy a bit of and Kathryn Nutting of tinue to study alternatives. A his parents Mr. and Mrs. especially to the adult on Thanksgiving to enjoy the vacation with Rita. Sunapee, N.H.; Wayne and congregation The service day with Chuck, Carols, Beverly and Lucien Peggy Moulton and son of donation was made to the Harold Nelson. closed with a hymn and Elizabeth, Chris and Sarah. Belanger with William and East Corinth, also Donald and Salvation Army. Stewart Mr. andMrs. Harold Nelson White led a program with a hosted a pro-Thanksgiving prayer. The Crays (John, Bonnie Robert; and David Smith, all Karyl Moulton and two sons of On this Wednesday evening, and Tim) with the Powers from Sutton were with their East Corinth. Thanksgiving theme The next Dinner Sunday, Nov. 22, with Dec. 2nd at 7:00 p.m. at the (Judy, Rick, Crystal and parents and grandparents for Gifford Sevens spent last meeting will be Dec. 8, and the their sons and daughter and Parsonage, during the Chipper) joined with their the traditional Thanksgiving week visiting friends in New program will be given by families as guests: Mr. and Fellowship Hour, Pastor Cook mother, Madeline Cray of dinner. These people are, of York. BruceBeauvais. Mrs. Gone Perkins, Gone Jr. will ,b_,in a study of the West Fairies Center, for course, the members of the George and Bernice Reginald White was in and Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Apostles Creed. He will be Thanksgiving. Gone and Mary Jane Smith Hastings were at the home of Morrisville Thursday evening, Bruce Nelson, Curtis, Andrea, presenting this study in a Not many are able to Family. their son and wife Mr. and Nov. 19, to attend a meetingof and James, Mr. and Mrs. weckly series, manage attendance at two Home forThanksgivingwith Mrs. Berton Hastings in R, C, and D. Robert Nelson, Tracy and Another meeting concerning Thanksgiving Dinners but the Rich and Dot Magoon were Northfleld for Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Guy LabOunty Jeremy of Lincoln, N.H., and the formation of a Fire Dept. Bob Sweet and Buzz Austin Cindy and George of Essex dinner. attended the Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson Auxiliary will be held on Jan. families did! They were with Junction and Ronnie and Guests of Edah Sevens for Dinner following the Sunday and Marcy 6th, 1982 at the Fire Station at Oscar and Mary Clark in Post Nancy with Laurie and Sharon Thanksgiving dinner were morning service, November Thanksgiving Dinner guests 7:00 p.m. Mark this on your Miils. Then the Austins joined of Union Village. RichandDot Aldenand Gorald True of St. 22, of the Newbury Bible of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth calendar, ladies, and you will the clan at Stuart Bacons and were very happy also to Johnsbury, Ernest and Sylvia Church. Nelson and daughter Marcy also receive a reminder at a the Sweets (Bob, Vicki,David receive a phone call from Appleton and Alan of Brad- Mrs. Roland Sargent and were Mr. and Mrs. Harold laterdate, and Tim) went to Boh's Richard ("Slug")and family ford; Laurice Appleton of Post Stewart White attended the Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Gene The Aerobic Exercise parents, Evarts and Ede at LangieyA.F.B. in Virginia. Mills, and Samuel Magoon of fall Directors' Meeting of the Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gordon, Classes have begun again. Sweet. Quiteaday! Thanksgiving for the WestFairlee. Vermont Jersey Breeders and Mrs. Norton Ojala and They are being held at Bean At the Gibeau table on Eastman Family was also Dinner guests of Edwin and Association Friday, Nov.20,in daughter Laurie of Jericho. Hall on Wednesday evenings Thanksgiving Day were Joe, another family reunion. The Dorothy on Thanksgiving Day from 6:lS-8:lS p.m. Thereisa Corrie, and David, with dinner was hosted by Brother were her mother Cecil Virginia Bedell nominal charge of $1.00 per Grammie Suuthworth, and and Candy with Danny and Kimball and grandson Gary Bradford ...... ,,,, ,-sno night, they were joined by Edna and Debby at their home in Kimball from Peacham; Bradford kids are invited to Susan Sanborn) of Albany, Ralph and Polly Ladd were Brian Comstock, Corrie's Thefford. Their guests were George and Susan Clogston a ride on the fire engine with N.Y. were pro-holiday guests in Burlington on Sunday, Nov. sister and nephew, sister Judy Bircher, husband and children from Bradford; Santa Claus. Come to the on the weekend. John was 22nd for dinner, following The Jaeobs Family (Ike, Tom with Tammy, Tommy Gregory and Connie Thurston firehouse on Dec. Satlto2. As here to get in a little deer Ralph's inspections of Linda, Craig and Corey) with and Tod; Dad Ervine and and three sous; Dwight and the firemen are holding a hunting. Security Officers for several Ruby and Barbara Sumner, Morn "Tops"; sister Donna; Patty Young and two party for their children on Sherry and Shelly Tullar installations. Polly visited by were guests of Ray and Betty Earl, Vicki and Teresa; and children; also DianeOlmstead Dec. 12 they are being ex- accompanied George Meteaif phone with Ruth and Mark Adams of St. Johnsbury for Paul, Donna and Timmy. and two children all from cempted from this day. to the Robert Blanchard home Dayman, who formerly were Thanksgiving Day. Quite a houseful! town. Robert and Joann Marcott in Chelsea for Thanksgiving residents of the Valley House Melvin, Shirley, Kevin and Another large family The following were dinner and sons, Lance and Shaun Day. in West Fairies Center before Peter Stever were guests of gathering for the guests of Melvin and Irene Pushes were at the home of Anna Dew is visiting her moving to Burlington. They Harold and Ben, Mers Thanksgiving celebration was Ricker Thanksgiving Day: her brother, Arthur and Kim sister in Windosr, Vt. for a miss all of their friends here parents, at a family held at the home of Joan Miebael and Susan Ricker and Fontaine in Burlington for little while, and the fellowship of the Thanksgiving Dinner at The Blandin in Lebanon with two daughters of Riverton, Thanksgiving where 18 sat The Bernard Gendron church. Everyone is in good Garden Restaurant in Keaston, Carmen and Dnnnie Bill and Candy Ricker and down to eat. family, the Leon Gendron health. Bradford. There were sixteen to help their morn. Their three children ofsa. Ryegste The American Legion and family, Jay Farr and the Gone ThanksglvlngTogetherness members who joined together guests were Melvin and Pat and Ernest Radcliff of Auxiliary will be having a Piper family all were at the Marjorie Johnson brought for the holiday celebration. Holland and family of Bradford. potluck supper December I at William Gendron's in Waits Mother Eastman to West Ralph and Polly Ladd were Ashland, N.H., Larry and The Annual Pie Social was 6:30forthelrChristmasparty. River, on Tbanksgiving Day. Fairies from Barre to spend busy all Thanksgiving Day Sherry Doyle and family of held in the Church at Corinth Thanksgiving guests at the Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bedell Thanksgiving Day. Maudo entertaining family members No. Haverhill; Pete and Sally Center Wednesday night with home of Mr. and Mrs, William had Thanksgiving Dinner on talked with Marie and Verna and guests for breakfast and Doyle of Sheffield and of several present from the G. Sanborn Jr. were their Saturday. Present were Mr. by phone. She thoroughly 'dintter. There were 15 together course, Dad and Morn Doyle Vershire Bible Church and the daughters, Miss Rachel and Mrs. Herbert R. Martin, enjoyed her turkey dinner including Polly and Ralph; -- Bill and lrene. Faith Bible Church from Sanborn of Hampton, Va.; Sherry and Shelly TuUar, with all the "fixins," but most Steve, Diane, Robbie and News about the successful Thefford. Miss June Marie Sanborn of Sonnie Bedell, Babette and of all the fellowshipwithsome Patty of Vershire; Burnie, hunters will be in next week; Pastor and Mrs. Stephen Cambridge, Vt. and friend, Kip GendronandMr. and Mrs. of her children and grand- Jane, Heidi and Heather of also deferred Thanksgiving Palmer and four children Mr. WilliamWyckoff, Mr. and Bernard Gendren and Alan. children. Bill, Marjorie and Barre; Julie and Grammie groups, joined Rev. and Mrs. Clot Mrs. John Miskewicz, Jr. (nee Marie carried her back to Winningham in Gorham, N.H y Barre in the late afternoon. Ry Lee Dawley for Thanksgiving dinner. , IsabelWhitney There was a dual S. egate ,, , ,I, , Natalie Sumner has S. Newbur '"" ' tq-.T6 celebration on Thanksgiving S84-.1tq returned home after spending Dr. Hooker attended the condition to do further Day for Gary, Darlene and South Ryegate deer kill, Albany. lt is also reported that five weeks at the New York opening of the Northern New damage. Larry Burroughs Nicholas Cook since that date cont'd (Nov. 19-Nov. 27): Gary Cedric Smith went to spend Dog Grooming School. She England Opera Co. at Per- took care of them. was also Gary's birthday. Dennis, t22-doe; Leonard the holiday with his sister and will soon be going to Bellevue tiand, Me., last week. The A meeting of the First They were in Union Village fer Dube,97-doe;RohertJohnson, brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. and Seattle, Washington opera was Rossini's The Congregational Church the party at the home of his 130.dee; Dick Welch, 60-buck. JohuDrew, Wailingford, Vt. wbere she will be working Barber of Sevllle. Council was held Monday parents. Thanksgiving reunions: An Ecumenical grooming animals. The Richard Swensons evening at the vestry. Ten Carol Trask with David, With Hazel Rosa: Mr and Thanksgiving service was Recent visitors at Wind- drove to Massachusetts to were present. A nominating Della and Tina were Mrs. Ronald Kelth and family held Thanksgiving eve in the swept Acres have been Elsie visit relatives the day after committee was elected and an Thanksgiving guests of of North Haverhill ; with Doris South Ryegate Church with Davis of Bradford; Fay Davis Thanksgiving. agenda of business drawn up Georgette Chandler and her McLam: Mr. and Mrs. David the following participants: the Jr., Manchester, Conn. ; Jack and Cindy Thomas and for the annual meeting three children, John Zach and Kelth and family of North Roy. Alfred Coons of Wells Bruno Glaszez of Chicopee, children spent Thanksgiving January 14. Zeb, at their trailer. The eight Haverhill and Mrs. Marion River, Miss Linda Abbey of Ma.; John Predergast, North with his parents at River friends had a lively time. Calderwood of the Atkinson the Woodsville Methodist Attleboro, Ma., Edward Bend. Mrs. Katherine Lyon Stuart and Betty Bacon Residence for the Retired, Church, the Rev. Frances Trashy, Wesffield, Ma.; also and Tom Kelly, John Thomas' aunt and uncle, also joined N Haverhill tednetjustaThagiving Newbury; with WinnieFrost: Potter of St. Luke's Episcopal, Manuel Jacinto, Sandwich, Dinner but a family reunion. Mr: and Mrs. Delbert Frost Woodsville, the Roy. John Ma. them for dinner. Katharine Bia isdeil There were 23 members and family of Walpale, N.H., Foley of the Monroe Methodist Word has been received of There were just 12 for 787-6315 present not including "Stu" and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Church and the Roy. Marion the marriage of Theresa dinner at Charlie Cole's- he Like us, most North and Betty.-- Namely; Pearl Black and son, Ttmmy, of Redding of Ryegate. The Rollins (formerly of Taplin has raised his own turkey this Haverhill people were busy and George Austin, Marilyn Westfield, Mass.; with Mr. South Ryegate children's Hill, E. Corinth) to Robert year. 007 Sylvester heard a this week, enjoying Mann with Kim and Karla, and Mrs. Calvin Frost: Mr. choir, under the direction of Hart of Bethel. Theresa at- rumor that it weighed 35 lbs. Thanksgiving here or Buzz and Janet Austin with and Mrs. Kenneth Brong and Mrs. Jonathan Ruppert, and tended U-36 and Oxbow. She is and he nearly left the post elsewhere with family and Corey and Matt, Peter and daughter, Nancy Murphy, and Mrs. James Doming, organist, the granddaughter of Ruth office and went up to friends. Bunky Keens with Peter Jr. son of Greton, N.Y.; with provided music. Elie of Corinth. They roside in Charlie,s! He was prevailed and Susie, John and Ginger WinniePineo: Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Dawley continued his Bethel and Theresa is era- on to stay at home when he Rider with Katy and Kyle, C. Harding and family of sampling of local discussion pioyed at Vermont Castings. heard he was getting a chance Bobby and Roherta Perkins Sudbury, Mass., Mr. andMrs, groups by taking in, on Nov. Ruth Elie visited her at a 21 lb. bird. with Andy and Josh, and A. T. Harding of Saybrook, 22, the last of "The Passing of granddaughter Donna Rollins Selenda Grow and Isabel UMWCHRISTMAS "Tige" and Melanie Bacon. Conn., and Mrs. Gust an Era" series at the Whitney drove to Hanover SALE Did anyone have to eat out on Rabaioli, neighbor; with Mr. Athenaeum in St. Johnsbury Friday for a checkup on E HAVERHILL-- The United thepatio, Betty? and Mrs. Norman Bone: (on Virginia Woolf's To,the Isabel's arm which is healing Methodist Women of the E. Gone for the long weekend Walter Edwards of Lighthmme) and, later that TEA MUglCALE very well. The two sheep, Haverhill Methodist Church and Thanksgiving were Jack Skowhegan, Me., and Norris evening, the first of an adult ORFORD--The RONDO will Ethel and Maud, who were will hold a UMW Christmas and Ruth Jackson with Alfred Edwards of Burlington, Vt.; Bible study series at the hold a"TeaMtusicale" unDec. resporible for breaking the Sale on Saturday, Dec. 5 from and Barbara Slack to Wor- with Lee Dawley and family: Manse in Ryogate. 2 at the home of Mrs. Harrison arm are no longer in any Ip.m. to4p.m, in the vestry, coster, Mass. at the home of. Mrs Lee Dawley of SUNY, NilesinOrfordat2p.m. FLAG FLIES OVER HAVERHI The historic Haverhill Common is now the site of many flea l in Bethel this past week. Other Montpelier. On the way she helped set grandchildren visiting there made a short visit at her also, were: Andy and Duane cousin, Margaret Peabody's M Rollins and Larry Davis. Also in Barre. Other relatives there that headed her daughter Patricia Rollins were Pearl Somaini-Dayer of Aging in of Belchertown, Ma. . Alexandria, W. Va. Who is leaving for George and Ruth Elie spent employed by the Urban was spending Thanksgiving at her sister's, Elderly Coalition in with her m4 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Venner in Washington. Pearl formerly Peabody. The "ti.particle" W. Corinth has been quiet of just sort of happened" as the lambda late; numerous residents have "Wobble" ti-particle is a departed ; remaining When asked to describe this particle, and th residents depart daily to new particle, the researchers are amazed pursue a variety of oc- cited such characteristics as discovered it cupations in such exotic "forthrightness," "wobble," that once noticed, places as Barre and Bradford; "implacability," and "rec- be forgotten. it is getting colder. Snow has titude," emphasizing -- for The been noticed. However, ex- those of us unfamiliar with the The only othe citing things are happening at language of particle physics-- discovered at the Threshold Institute that these terms do not mean Institute was The Discovery what they commonly mean. Sept 17, Researchers at the The researchers admit that proximately4:30 Institute, that mysterious this is confusing, but have no had sunk quite a metaphysical organization explanation for why this is so. the horizon devoted to the study of It even appears that an word looked threshold phenomena, have in the language, when applied that I recently announced the to the ti-particle, will possess so " discovery of a new sub-atomic a new and extraordinary were just sitting particle, the "ti," or "ti- meaning. Thus when at the front lawn of particle," t. i. of course being Threshold Institute a group of when this the acronym of "Threshold researchers is overheard called only "it Institute." discussing the "laxity," the "it-particle When last interviewed, the "ridiculousness," and view. or researchers could hardly "vicissitude" of a ti-particle, whatever it is contain their excitement they mean nothing even close does about their discovery. In the to what one might imagine it-particle, words of one of the resear- they mean. never been chers, it happened this way: Unlike the particles studied researchers "We were just sitting around, in physics laboratories, which it-particle reading reports about require particle accelerators tones. They baryons, leptons, kaons, costing billions of dollars in mourn the fact quarks and so forth, and, order to be researched, the ti- never be able frankly, we were getting a particle requires no such'interaction of little tired of it. Then suddenly elaborate machinery. It can and someone said, 'Hey, what he "observed" whenever any the resuits. about that.., well.., thing., two people are together and When asked if item . . . whatever.., we thinking about it. This con- the were noticing the other day T, fluence, you might even say, may prove you can't see it, right?' produees theti-particle, mankind in That's how the ti-particle Also unlikeothersub-atomic researchers came into being. In the particles, some of which are They know, they researcher's own words: "It often labelled "exotic," such they can't say. WOONVlUl New Hampshire Rev. Edwin Miine. Sotmy Eve Moss, 6:30 Richard A, White, p.m. SondoyMos,Oe.m.ondl0e.m. 11:00 o.m. 5mldOy Luck & i&TII St. tdmo IFheqml Chwdn c0n v.c.. Rev. Arthur Choney, SundoyService- 9o.m., Wondsville, NsH. Rev. Frances Potter, Holy Cmnion i st, 3rd end 5th Sundays- 11:00 Sundoy chool - 10 o.m. o.m. Morning Preyer, 2rid and 4th, ndoys- NIO'OII 11:000.m.  Rev. Wiliom 10:30 o.m.  first, Bilm Bbh lmqml end MP, Poster Harold NOyeS, Sundoy School, 9:45 o.m., Mornil Worship, I1 o.m. Evening dkolmo Roy. Hyson9, pester. Smldoy, 9:45 o.m., fllNNIOIIirdl rvke, 6p.m. Thursdoy-ProyerMeeting SundoyschooL11o.m.,mamingworthip, 7 Rev. T. 7:30p.m. p.m., evonin9 worship, wednesdoy, 7:15 NAvnNgL p.m.; mid.week service. adet Clubm chnk Omll e. Sundoy School 9:45 o.m., Sundoy Services 11 Ikdlod  Interim Pestor o.m. end 3 p, rn. Proyer Meeting, Wed. 2 Rev. Williom L. Shofer, poster. Sundoy, 1 ! Services - 11 o.m. p.m. a.m., or wip; dv'd uol for pro- ---- schoul children. Tuesdoys, 6:30 a.m., men's eUK3J aendm Cmmy CSepd 1 Poster James llwow, Sundoy Schod - 0:00- 10:45 e.m., Mmw) Wersl - 11 00 o.m.- noun, mndoy Evening Service - 6..30 p.m., Wttdnes4h/- Pnllyer IVldetk19 - 6 30 p.m. SAVlli .c,,qmm ,.cc. Inteom Poster Richord Mmroo, Sunday Services - 9,30 o.m., Sndoy School - 9:30 O.I11. llOIIIN IIAVlillntL  hind aknkedht Ckwd Rev. Williom SI, Jr., Sundoy Services - 930 a.m., Sundoy School - 9:$0 o.rn. Podehf St, lUdmd t aN aqU No. Hoverhlll, N.H. by. Ikother M. Griffith- Moir, Sundoy Worship 9:00 o.m., Youth Group fi., 7:00 p.m., Privote Tutoring ivmings. Olmk d 11 Nluvml No. Hoveddll, N.H. Rov. Rdph Hysong. OnqlU''C" ulxloyrvices 11 o.m. and7 p.m.,Wed.,7 Rev. John Knight - Sondoy Services 10:45, ProvXviiOidi Schml 9,30 o.m. - Child Core p.m., $ondoy hool- 9:45 o.m. OdqmlCaqlnqllkmamlk Bredferd, Vt. Roy. Jomes Bomhou, Sundoy o.m. Rlv. Steve Eckhotm Services t0=30 o.m. Sundoy Schoul 9=15 o.m. Pill NI Ages Invited. Im,e camu  rk r, an.u Rev. OdorohWoiter,Sondoyes 11,00 ndoy Schod9:45 am., Mmning Worship a.m., Sundoy School 10:00 o.m., Child Cone !1:00 o,m., Mid-Week Bible Study thurs., Provided. 730 p.m, llmdf, Vt. her Jams comon C.s.'s.R. b'.'Svis Set. Moss, S:lS p.m. Sun. Moss., 9.00 ond - 11 a.m., Sundoy 11:00 a.m. Schod - 9=45 o.m. Olmlnl Omllm Flnt Coqm;i am WMIEN bi0.l an,ml .doy Wero lOo.m. brmkfest. Helen Rutherford is leading o Bible N, Vt. study group ot he home On 1lursdo W from Schod, 9:45 o. 9:30-11 o.m.;, everyone is welcome. Evening wed. 7:30 p.m. Albert E. Porker, poster. Sunday, 10 o.m., Sundoy school. 11 GO morning wership. 7 p.m. evening service. Wednesday, 7 p.m., Rev. Marion preyer meeting. Salurdoy, 7 p.m., young 11:30 poo#e Seveu0b-dq Elclm" Lee ofurdoy, 2:30 p.m- -I 2:30 p.m. by, Mo|'n T. BItAeOl o.m. "Church School, Svict - 1030 o. Sendey School - 9 o,m. V. Services 10:45 a. O.I!1. Stephen J. Po, pastor. Sundoy School, 9,45 o.m. Momi Worship, 11. Evening Worship', 10..30. Servico, 7. Page &The Journal Opinion.December 2, 1981 Ill l l N Fairlee : Mrs. I'sther Johnsm 333-9704 News Briefs School' are: on Nov. II, the The Youth Fellowship of the entire school attended "Up W. Fairlee-- "Barbar33,u7 mner" Federated Church met at the with People" in Bradford. The THANKSGIVING MEANING Bradley Slack, brother to Ladd; Sue Whiting and church the evening of Nov 22. parent-teacher conferences, Thanking Our Heavenly Ruth and Alfred. Francis Thurston of Corinth; Douglas O'Donnell and Nancy which are held at the end of Father for Jesus, the greatest Gary and Pearl Vance and and Juiie's friend Mark Hazen Larson served refreshments each marking period, were gift four children entertained of Woodstock. All young people from the held on Nov. 13, at the end of Praising God for His blessings eight guests over the holiday. Two lovely granddaughters, seventh to 12th grades are the first marking period, and faithfulness Ray Bailey and Jttdy Sails and Wendy and Wanda Whiting, of :' welcome. New Baby Girl Caring. for our families and 3 children came from New Groton, visited the Ladds ' #lh The Rev. Arthur Bagley and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm friends Boston, N.H. and Sharon during the long Thanksgiving i! Mrs. Gladys Rowell, Parker are the parents of a 8hiring with loved ones and Ricard and two children were weekend. representing the Community daughter, Melinda, born friends here from Lebanon. They Charles and Hazel Blan- | CirCle, presented Mrs. Cyn- Wednesday, Nov. 18, at the Living Our lives according to attended the Wednesday chard celebrated / , thin Fifield, a patient at the Central Vermont Hospital, God's plan evening church service and Thanksgiving as guests of a Chelsea Home, Chelsea, with Berlin. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Loving God, our families, and enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner granddaughter, Betsy LaHaye - a Thanksgiving basket, Parker, of Vershire, are the our neighbors as ourselves, together, and her family in West Tuesday, Nov. 17. paternal grandparents and Pastor Gordon Cook and his Lebanon. II _ Town Nurse Clinic Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ordway, of The Post Mills Church dear wife Pare with Jonathon In Vershire, at the home of l The Town Nurse Clinic will town, are the maternal Council contacted concerned and David celebrated Ernie and Barb Parker, were  ' have a nurse at the Fairies grandparents friends in the surrounding Thanksgiving at the home of Carroll and Maude Collins to Town Hall on Dec 1, from 9:00 The Masons of the Mr. Cube area to join in a special prayer Pam's parents, Mr. and Mrs. share in and enjoy a to 11:00 a.m. to test for Lodge No. 10, of Orford were service for Floyd and Marge Elmer Gray of White River traditional holiday turkey hypertension and weight and represented by Charles Ricker and their families on Jct.,Vt. dinner. They are Barb's to give hemmocult smear kits Pierce, Orford; Charlie Pike, Tuesday night. The service Karl and Janet Tilden of E. parents. to those interested. Lyme; David Colby, TheRev. was led by Rev. Charles Thefford were another couple Gordon and Ruth South- Mrs. Valetta Colby now has Arthur Bagley, and James Pigott. who entertained a large worth, with Jane and Bob of employment in the diet kit-Bagley, all of Falrlee; at the The Ladies Bible Study family gathering on the Bradford, were in Man- chen at the Mary Hitehcock Grand Lodge F. and A.M. in Group finished 'the Study I holiday. Present there were chester, N.H. at the home of Memorial Hospital, Hanover, Manchester, N.H., Saturday, Peter last Tuesday morning. Ken and Bev Dexter with their granddaughter Patti and N.H Nov. 21. Two weeks were needed to Steve, Key. and Pammie; Dan her husband Bob Serri, for the FairleeElementary More lucky Fairlee hunters complete the lesson. There and Verna Roberts with holiday dinner. It was a School are Ralph Hedge, Don were twelve in attendance, Danny and Becky; and, Alan wonderful day with 21 family Notes from the Elementary Davenport, and R. H. Cramer, two members being in- and Ellie Ordway. members together. Jr. disposed. YOU are welcome at John and Charlene Bougeois Adventuresome Esther Hill Ry Nancy Perkins Polly Ladd's on Tuesdays at and children celebrated drove to Burlington to spend a Corlnth egate ,, , ,.1, lO:Ooa.m. Thanksgiving at their home on most enjoyable Thanksgiving Mrs. Guy Labounty ac- Randolph. A Very Special, Urusual and Saturday the 28th with Day at the home of her niece, Thanksgiving! A day to give companied the White Mrs. Reginald White and Inspirational Service was Charlene's parents Freeman Ethel Cushman. One other thanks to the Lord. That is Mountain Mental Health Mrs. Walter Main were in experienced at church on and Maxine Hoisington and guest joined them, a friend, what the Robert Chambers Group from Woodsville to Topsham Wednesday if- Wednesday evening with the brothers Steve and Tim. Her Joseph Nadeau of Windsor. family is doing. Their little happy voices of the children older sister and husband, Ken and Ginny Sauthworth Robbie was home from the Whitefield, N.H., Tuesday, ternoon Nov. 18, where Mrs. and their songs, a Cindy and Dick Fraser with were at home making hospital in time to have Now 17, where they were White showed slides at the congregation hymn singanda family came from So. Thanksgiving a special day Thanksgiving dinner with his meeting of the Church guests of the White Mountain Mental Health group there for Women's Group and told of very moving Thanksgiving Ryogate; also her younger for Vena BeebeandRev. Gary family. Robbie was in the Prayer. Then, in his sister and husband, Cheryl WaRe. " M.H.M. Hospital in Hanover a Thanksgiving Dinner. Mrs her recent trip to Athens, Meditation, Pastor Gordon and Dennis Tabor were there Rose Southworth spent an for several days after un- Labounty and Mrs. Francis Greece. from Randolph. Charlene's enjoyable Thanksgiving Day dergoing several days of Lackie of Haverhill, N.H., Mrs. Alex Meyette, Mrs. Cook brought the Pilgrims sang and played thelr baritone Marion Inglis, Mrs. Guy from Scrooby, England to Maternal Grandmother from withLethaandBohWamboldt treatment in the Sidney ukulele and guitar as part of Labounty, Mrs. William Holland to Plymouth, Mass., Post Mills also enjoyed .the in Post Mills. She prepared Farber Cancer Institute in the program. Nelson, and Mrs. Edward through the subsequent dif- day with the family, and shared their holiday Boston. Blue Mountain Grange No McLure attended the monthly ficult months, to the first Bruce and Gloria Mann with dinner. A pre-Thauksgiving dinner 263 held their regular meeting meeting of the Christian Thanksgiving The voyage, Mike and Rod entertained At the home of Leon and was held in the home of Tuesday evening, Nov. 24, Women's Fellowship Wed- fraught with trials, hear- Gloria's parents, Clifford and Rita Blake were Girth and Bernard and Marion Moulton with l4 members present The nesday, Nov. 18 in St taches and bardships, was IvisThurstononThanksgiving Pearl Johnson and Reginal Sunday, Nov. 22. Those accomplished through total Day. Allen to enjoy a lovely present were George and committee which has been Johnsbury. investigating possibilities of a Mr. and Mrs. Robert dependence on God Moo and Rick Eaton from Thanksgiving dinner. Beverly Robert and three wood stove or furnace gave a Nelson, Tracy and Jeremy of Our children were on- Elmwood Farm, with a Reg (to her friends) was children from Woburn, Ma.; report. Discussion followed, Lincoln, N.H., were overnight tranced and the message was special friend, "Stash" O. of free from her work for the her brother and wife Elwin and the committee will con- guests Saturday, Nov. 21, of very clear and to the point, Conn., were in St. Johnsbury long weekend to enjoy a bit of and Kathryn Nutting of tinue to study alternatives. A his parents Mr. and Mrs. especially to the adult on Thanksgiving to enjoy the vacation with Rita. Sunapee, N.H.; Wayne and congregation The service day with Chuck, Carols, Beverly and Lucien Peggy Moulton and son of donation was made to the Harold Nelson. closed with a hymn and Elizabeth, Chris and Sarah. Belanger with William and East Corinth, also Donald and Salvation Army. Stewart Mr. andMrs. Harold Nelson White led a program with a hosted a pro-Thanksgiving prayer. The Crays (John, Bonnie Robert; and David Smith, all Karyl Moulton and two sons of On this Wednesday evening, and Tim) with the Powers from Sutton were with their East Corinth. Thanksgiving theme The next Dinner Sunday, Nov. 22, with Dec. 2nd at 7:00 p.m. at the (Judy, Rick, Crystal and parents and grandparents for Gifford Sevens spent last meeting will be Dec. 8, and the their sons and daughter and Parsonage, during the Chipper) joined with their the traditional Thanksgiving week visiting friends in New program will be given by families as guests: Mr. and Fellowship Hour, Pastor Cook mother, Madeline Cray of dinner. These people are, of York. BruceBeauvais. Mrs. Gone Perkins, Gone Jr. will ,b_,in a study of the West Fairies Center, for course, the members of the George and Bernice Reginald White was in and Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Apostles Creed. He will be Thanksgiving. Gone and Mary Jane Smith Hastings were at the home of Morrisville Thursday evening, Bruce Nelson, Curtis, Andrea, presenting this study in a Not many are able to Family. their son and wife Mr. and Nov. 19, to attend a meetingof and James, Mr. and Mrs. weckly series, manage attendance at two Home forThanksgivingwith Mrs. Berton Hastings in R, C, and D. Robert Nelson, Tracy and Another meeting concerning Thanksgiving Dinners but the Rich and Dot Magoon were Northfleld for Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Guy LabOunty Jeremy of Lincoln, N.H., and the formation of a Fire Dept. Bob Sweet and Buzz Austin Cindy and George of Essex dinner. attended the Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson Auxiliary will be held on Jan. families did! They were with Junction and Ronnie and Guests of Edah Sevens for Dinner following the Sunday and Marcy 6th, 1982 at the Fire Station at Oscar and Mary Clark in Post Nancy with Laurie and Sharon Thanksgiving dinner were morning service, November Thanksgiving Dinner guests 7:00 p.m. Mark this on your Miils. Then the Austins joined of Union Village. RichandDot Aldenand Gorald True of St. 22, of the Newbury Bible of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth calendar, ladies, and you will the clan at Stuart Bacons and were very happy also to Johnsbury, Ernest and Sylvia Church. Nelson and daughter Marcy also receive a reminder at a the Sweets (Bob, Vicki,David receive a phone call from Appleton and Alan of Brad- Mrs. Roland Sargent and were Mr. and Mrs. Harold laterdate, and Tim) went to Boh's Richard ("Slug")and family ford; Laurice Appleton of Post Stewart White attended the Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Gene The Aerobic Exercise parents, Evarts and Ede at LangieyA.F.B. in Virginia. Mills, and Samuel Magoon of fall Directors' Meeting of the Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gordon, Classes have begun again. Sweet. Quiteaday! Thanksgiving for the WestFairlee. Vermont Jersey Breeders and Mrs. Norton Ojala and They are being held at Bean At the Gibeau table on Eastman Family was also Dinner guests of Edwin and Association Friday, Nov.20,in daughter Laurie of Jericho. Hall on Wednesday evenings Thanksgiving Day were Joe, another family reunion. The Dorothy on Thanksgiving Day from 6:lS-8:lS p.m. Thereisa Corrie, and David, with dinner was hosted by Brother were her mother Cecil Virginia Bedell nominal charge of $1.00 per Grammie Suuthworth, and and Candy with Danny and Kimball and grandson Gary Bradford ...... ,,,, ,-sno night, they were joined by Edna and Debby at their home in Kimball from Peacham; Bradford kids are invited to Susan Sanborn) of Albany, Ralph and Polly Ladd were Brian Comstock, Corrie's Thefford. Their guests were George and Susan Clogston a ride on the fire engine with N.Y. were pro-holiday guests in Burlington on Sunday, Nov. sister and nephew, sister Judy Bircher, husband and children from Bradford; Santa Claus. Come to the on the weekend. John was 22nd for dinner, following The Jaeobs Family (Ike, Tom with Tammy, Tommy Gregory and Connie Thurston firehouse on Dec. Satlto2. As here to get in a little deer Ralph's inspections of Linda, Craig and Corey) with and Tod; Dad Ervine and and three sous; Dwight and the firemen are holding a hunting. Security Officers for several Ruby and Barbara Sumner, Morn "Tops"; sister Donna; Patty Young and two party for their children on Sherry and Shelly Tullar installations. Polly visited by were guests of Ray and Betty Earl, Vicki and Teresa; and children; also DianeOlmstead Dec. 12 they are being ex- accompanied George Meteaif phone with Ruth and Mark Adams of St. Johnsbury for Paul, Donna and Timmy. and two children all from cempted from this day. to the Robert Blanchard home Dayman, who formerly were Thanksgiving Day. Quite a houseful! town. Robert and Joann Marcott in Chelsea for Thanksgiving residents of the Valley House Melvin, Shirley, Kevin and Another large family The following were dinner and sons, Lance and Shaun Day. in West Fairies Center before Peter Stever were guests of gathering for the guests of Melvin and Irene Pushes were at the home of Anna Dew is visiting her moving to Burlington. They Harold and Ben, Mers Thanksgiving celebration was Ricker Thanksgiving Day: her brother, Arthur and Kim sister in Windosr, Vt. for a miss all of their friends here parents, at a family held at the home of Joan Miebael and Susan Ricker and Fontaine in Burlington for little while, and the fellowship of the Thanksgiving Dinner at The Blandin in Lebanon with two daughters of Riverton, Thanksgiving where 18 sat The Bernard Gendron church. Everyone is in good Garden Restaurant in Keaston, Carmen and Dnnnie Bill and Candy Ricker and down to eat. family, the Leon Gendron health. Bradford. There were sixteen to help their morn. Their three children ofsa. Ryegste The American Legion and family, Jay Farr and the Gone ThanksglvlngTogetherness members who joined together guests were Melvin and Pat and Ernest Radcliff of Auxiliary will be having a Piper family all were at the Marjorie Johnson brought for the holiday celebration. Holland and family of Bradford. potluck supper December I at William Gendron's in Waits Mother Eastman to West Ralph and Polly Ladd were Ashland, N.H., Larry and The Annual Pie Social was 6:30forthelrChristmasparty. River, on Tbanksgiving Day. Fairies from Barre to spend busy all Thanksgiving Day Sherry Doyle and family of held in the Church at Corinth Thanksgiving guests at the Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bedell Thanksgiving Day. Maudo entertaining family members No. Haverhill; Pete and Sally Center Wednesday night with home of Mr. and Mrs, William had Thanksgiving Dinner on talked with Marie and Verna and guests for breakfast and Doyle of Sheffield and of several present from the G. Sanborn Jr. were their Saturday. Present were Mr. by phone. She thoroughly 'dintter. There were 15 together course, Dad and Morn Doyle Vershire Bible Church and the daughters, Miss Rachel and Mrs. Herbert R. Martin, enjoyed her turkey dinner including Polly and Ralph; -- Bill and lrene. Faith Bible Church from Sanborn of Hampton, Va.; Sherry and Shelly TuUar, with all the "fixins," but most Steve, Diane, Robbie and News about the successful Thefford. Miss June Marie Sanborn of Sonnie Bedell, Babette and of all the fellowshipwithsome Patty of Vershire; Burnie, hunters will be in next week; Pastor and Mrs. Stephen Cambridge, Vt. and friend, Kip GendronandMr. and Mrs. of her children and grand- Jane, Heidi and Heather of also deferred Thanksgiving Palmer and four children Mr. WilliamWyckoff, Mr. and Bernard Gendren and Alan. children. Bill, Marjorie and Barre; Julie and Grammie groups, joined Rev. and Mrs. Clot Mrs. John Miskewicz, Jr. (nee Marie carried her back to Winningham in Gorham, N.H y Barre in the late afternoon. Ry Lee Dawley for Thanksgiving dinner. , IsabelWhitney There was a dual S. egate ,, , ,I, , Natalie Sumner has S. Newbur '"" ' tq-.T6 celebration on Thanksgiving S84-.1tq returned home after spending Dr. Hooker attended the condition to do further Day for Gary, Darlene and South Ryegate deer kill, Albany. lt is also reported that five weeks at the New York opening of the Northern New damage. Larry Burroughs Nicholas Cook since that date cont'd (Nov. 19-Nov. 27): Gary Cedric Smith went to spend Dog Grooming School. She England Opera Co. at Per- took care of them. was also Gary's birthday. Dennis, t22-doe; Leonard the holiday with his sister and will soon be going to Bellevue tiand, Me., last week. The A meeting of the First They were in Union Village fer Dube,97-doe;RohertJohnson, brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. and Seattle, Washington opera was Rossini's The Congregational Church the party at the home of his 130.dee; Dick Welch, 60-buck. JohuDrew, Wailingford, Vt. wbere she will be working Barber of Sevllle. Council was held Monday parents. Thanksgiving reunions: An Ecumenical grooming animals. The Richard Swensons evening at the vestry. Ten Carol Trask with David, With Hazel Rosa: Mr and Thanksgiving service was Recent visitors at Wind- drove to Massachusetts to were present. A nominating Della and Tina were Mrs. Ronald Kelth and family held Thanksgiving eve in the swept Acres have been Elsie visit relatives the day after committee was elected and an Thanksgiving guests of of North Haverhill ; with Doris South Ryegate Church with Davis of Bradford; Fay Davis Thanksgiving. agenda of business drawn up Georgette Chandler and her McLam: Mr. and Mrs. David the following participants: the Jr., Manchester, Conn. ; Jack and Cindy Thomas and for the annual meeting three children, John Zach and Kelth and family of North Roy. Alfred Coons of Wells Bruno Glaszez of Chicopee, children spent Thanksgiving January 14. Zeb, at their trailer. The eight Haverhill and Mrs. Marion River, Miss Linda Abbey of Ma.; John Predergast, North with his parents at River friends had a lively time. Calderwood of the Atkinson the Woodsville Methodist Attleboro, Ma., Edward Bend. Mrs. Katherine Lyon Stuart and Betty Bacon Residence for the Retired, Church, the Rev. Frances Trashy, Wesffield, Ma.; also and Tom Kelly, John Thomas' aunt and uncle, also joined N Haverhill tednetjustaThagiving Newbury; with WinnieFrost: Potter of St. Luke's Episcopal, Manuel Jacinto, Sandwich, Dinner but a family reunion. Mr: and Mrs. Delbert Frost Woodsville, the Roy. John Ma. them for dinner. Katharine Bia isdeil There were 23 members and family of Walpale, N.H., Foley of the Monroe Methodist Word has been received of There were just 12 for 787-6315 present not including "Stu" and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Church and the Roy. Marion the marriage of Theresa dinner at Charlie Cole's- he Like us, most North and Betty.-- Namely; Pearl Black and son, Ttmmy, of Redding of Ryegate. The Rollins (formerly of Taplin has raised his own turkey this Haverhill people were busy and George Austin, Marilyn Westfield, Mass.; with Mr. South Ryegate children's Hill, E. Corinth) to Robert year. 007 Sylvester heard a this week, enjoying Mann with Kim and Karla, and Mrs. Calvin Frost: Mr. choir, under the direction of Hart of Bethel. Theresa at- rumor that it weighed 35 lbs. Thanksgiving here or Buzz and Janet Austin with and Mrs. Kenneth Brong and Mrs. Jonathan Ruppert, and tended U-36 and Oxbow. She is and he nearly left the post elsewhere with family and Corey and Matt, Peter and daughter, Nancy Murphy, and Mrs. James Doming, organist, the granddaughter of Ruth office and went up to friends. Bunky Keens with Peter Jr. son of Greton, N.Y.; with provided music. Elie of Corinth. They roside in Charlie,s! He was prevailed and Susie, John and Ginger WinniePineo: Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Dawley continued his Bethel and Theresa is era- on to stay at home when he Rider with Katy and Kyle, C. Harding and family of sampling of local discussion pioyed at Vermont Castings. heard he was getting a chance Bobby and Roherta Perkins Sudbury, Mass., Mr. andMrs, groups by taking in, on Nov. Ruth Elie visited her at a 21 lb. bird. with Andy and Josh, and A. T. Harding of Saybrook, 22, the last of "The Passing of granddaughter Donna Rollins Selenda Grow and Isabel UMWCHRISTMAS "Tige" and Melanie Bacon. Conn., and Mrs. Gust an Era" series at the Whitney drove to Hanover SALE Did anyone have to eat out on Rabaioli, neighbor; with Mr. Athenaeum in St. Johnsbury Friday for a checkup on E HAVERHILL-- The United thepatio, Betty? and Mrs. Norman Bone: (on Virginia Woolf's To,the Isabel's arm which is healing Methodist Women of the E. Gone for the long weekend Walter Edwards of Lighthmme) and, later that TEA MUglCALE very well. The two sheep, Haverhill Methodist Church and Thanksgiving were Jack Skowhegan, Me., and Norris evening, the first of an adult ORFORD--The RONDO will Ethel and Maud, who were will hold a UMW Christmas and Ruth Jackson with Alfred Edwards of Burlington, Vt.; Bible study series at the hold a"TeaMtusicale" unDec. resporible for breaking the Sale on Saturday, Dec. 5 from and Barbara Slack to Wor- with Lee Dawley and family: Manse in Ryogate. 2 at the home of Mrs. Harrison arm are no longer in any Ip.m. to4p.m, in the vestry, coster, Mass. at the home of. Mrs Lee Dawley of SUNY, NilesinOrfordat2p.m. FLAG FLIES OVER HAVERHI The historic Haverhill Common is now the site of many flea l in Bethel this past week. Other Montpelier. On the way she helped set grandchildren visiting there made a short visit at her also, were: Andy and Duane cousin, Margaret Peabody's M Rollins and Larry Davis. Also in Barre. Other relatives there that headed her daughter Patricia Rollins were Pearl Somaini-Dayer of Aging in of Belchertown, Ma. . Alexandria, W. Va. Who is leaving for George and Ruth Elie spent employed by the Urban was spending Thanksgiving at her sister's, Elderly Coalition in with her m4 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Venner in Washington. Pearl formerly Peabody. The "ti.particle" W. Corinth has been quiet of just sort of happened" as the lambda late; numerous residents have "Wobble" ti-particle is a departed ; remaining When asked to describe this particle, and th residents depart daily to new particle, the researchers are amazed pursue a variety of oc- cited such characteristics as discovered it cupations in such exotic "forthrightness," "wobble," that once noticed, places as Barre and Bradford; "implacability," and "rec- be forgotten. it is getting colder. Snow has titude," emphasizing -- for The been noticed. However, ex- those of us unfamiliar with the The only othe citing things are happening at language of particle physics-- discovered at the Threshold Institute that these terms do not mean Institute was The Discovery what they commonly mean. Sept 17, Researchers at the The researchers admit that proximately4:30 Institute, that mysterious this is confusing, but have no had sunk quite a metaphysical organization explanation for why this is so. the horizon devoted to the study of It even appears that an word looked threshold phenomena, have in the language, when applied that I recently announced the to the ti-particle, will possess so " discovery of a new sub-atomic a new and extraordinary were just sitting particle, the "ti," or "ti- meaning. Thus when at the front lawn of particle," t. i. of course being Threshold Institute a group of when this the acronym of "Threshold researchers is overheard called only "it Institute." discussing the "laxity," the "it-particle When last interviewed, the "ridiculousness," and view. or researchers could hardly "vicissitude" of a ti-particle, whatever it is contain their excitement they mean nothing even close does about their discovery. In the to what one might imagine it-particle, words of one of the resear- they mean. never been chers, it happened this way: Unlike the particles studied researchers "We were just sitting around, in physics laboratories, which it-particle reading reports about require particle accelerators tones. They baryons, leptons, kaons, costing billions of dollars in mourn the fact quarks and so forth, and, order to be researched, the ti- never be able frankly, we were getting a particle requires no such'interaction of little tired of it. Then suddenly elaborate machinery. It can and someone said, 'Hey, what he "observed" whenever any the resuits. about that.., well.., thing., two people are together and When asked if item . . . whatever.., we thinking about it. This con- the were noticing the other day T, fluence, you might even say, may prove you can't see it, right?' produees theti-particle, mankind in That's how the ti-particle Also unlikeothersub-atomic researchers came into being. In the particles, some of which are They know, they researcher's own words: "It often labelled "exotic," such they can't say. WOONVlUl New Hampshire Rev. Edwin Miine. Sotmy Eve Moss, 6:30 Richard A, White, p.m. SondoyMos,Oe.m.ondl0e.m. 11:00 o.m. 5mldOy Luck & i&TII St. tdmo IFheqml Chwdn c0n v.c.. Rev. Arthur Choney, SundoyService- 9o.m., Wondsville, NsH. Rev. Frances Potter, Holy Cmnion i st, 3rd end 5th Sundays- 11:00 Sundoy chool - 10 o.m. o.m. Morning Preyer, 2rid and 4th, ndoys- NIO'OII 11:000.m.  Rev. Wiliom 10:30 o.m.  first, Bilm Bbh lmqml end MP, Poster Harold NOyeS, Sundoy School, 9:45 o.m., Mornil Worship, I1 o.m. Evening dkolmo Roy. Hyson9, pester. Smldoy, 9:45 o.m., fllNNIOIIirdl rvke, 6p.m. Thursdoy-ProyerMeeting SundoyschooL11o.m.,mamingworthip, 7 Rev. T. 7:30p.m. p.m., evonin9 worship, wednesdoy, 7:15 NAvnNgL p.m.; mid.week service. adet Clubm chnk Omll e. Sundoy School 9:45 o.m., Sundoy Services 11 Ikdlod  Interim Pestor o.m. end 3 p, rn. Proyer Meeting, Wed. 2 Rev. Williom L. Shofer, poster. Sundoy, 1 ! Services - 11 o.m. p.m. a.m., or wip; dv'd uol for pro- ---- schoul children. Tuesdoys, 6:30 a.m., men's eUK3J aendm Cmmy CSepd 1 Poster James llwow, Sundoy Schod - 0:00- 10:45 e.m., Mmw) Wersl - 11 00 o.m.- noun, mndoy Evening Service - 6..30 p.m., Wttdnes4h/- Pnllyer IVldetk19 - 6 30 p.m. SAVlli .c,,qmm ,.cc. Inteom Poster Richord Mmroo, Sunday Services - 9,30 o.m., Sndoy School - 9:30 O.I11. llOIIIN IIAVlillntL  hind aknkedht Ckwd Rev. Williom SI, Jr., Sundoy Services - 930 a.m., Sundoy School - 9:$0 o.rn. Podehf St, lUdmd t aN aqU No. Hoverhlll, N.H. by. Ikother M. Griffith- Moir, Sundoy Worship 9:00 o.m., Youth Group fi., 7:00 p.m., Privote Tutoring ivmings. Olmk d 11 Nluvml No. Hoveddll, N.H. Rov. Rdph Hysong. OnqlU''C" ulxloyrvices 11 o.m. and7 p.m.,Wed.,7 Rev. John Knight - Sondoy Services 10:45, ProvXviiOidi Schml 9,30 o.m. - Child Core p.m., $ondoy hool- 9:45 o.m. OdqmlCaqlnqllkmamlk Bredferd, Vt. Roy. Jomes Bomhou, Sundoy o.m. Rlv. Steve Eckhotm Services t0=30 o.m. Sundoy Schoul 9=15 o.m. Pill NI Ages Invited. Im,e camu  rk r, an.u Rev. OdorohWoiter,Sondoyes 11,00 ndoy Schod9:45 am., Mmning Worship a.m., Sundoy School 10:00 o.m., Child Cone !1:00 o,m., Mid-Week Bible Study thurs., Provided. 730 p.m, llmdf, Vt. her Jams comon C.s.'s.R. b'.'Svis Set. Moss, S:lS p.m. Sun. Moss., 9.00 ond - 11 a.m., Sundoy 11:00 a.m. Schod - 9=45 o.m. Olmlnl Omllm Flnt Coqm;i am WMIEN bi0.l an,ml .doy Wero lOo.m. brmkfest. Helen Rutherford is leading o Bible N, Vt. study group ot he home On 1lursdo W from Schod, 9:45 o. 9:30-11 o.m.;, everyone is welcome. Evening wed. 7:30 p.m. Albert E. Porker, poster. Sunday, 10 o.m., Sundoy school. 11 GO morning wership. 7 p.m. evening service. Wednesday, 7 p.m., Rev. Marion preyer meeting. Salurdoy, 7 p.m., young 11:30 poo#e Seveu0b-dq Elclm" Lee ofurdoy, 2:30 p.m- -I 2:30 p.m. by, Mo|'n T. BItAeOl o.m. "Church School, Svict - 1030 o. Sendey School - 9 o,m. V. Services 10:45 a. O.I!1. Stephen J. Po, pastor. Sundoy School, 9,45 o.m. Momi Worship, 11. Evening Worship', 10..30. Servico, 7.