Lee Pageant Attended by 250 LEE -- More than 250 persons from the Lee area attended the llth annual Christmas Eve pageant pageant Among those taking part in Epping Grange Confers Degree EPPING -- Guests were present from P a t u c c o w a y Grange in Nottingham a s Rockingham Grange No. 183 in Epping conferred the third and fourth dpgree on two candidates at their last regular meeting. Steven Bascom was elected and installed steward and Mrs. Reina BUSWP!!. installed Pomona bv Deputy Edgar Sewall. TTome economics chairman Edith Sewall remembrances reported had that been delivered to sick and shut-in membprs. A short Christmas program was presented. After the meeting there was a pot-luck lunch and a n exchange of Christmas gifts. The next meeting will be Jan. 13. There -will on education speaker. be a with program the pageant were the Rev. Willard Hunter, Judy Burbank, David Stevens, Erin McNaily, Steven Weyrick, Bill Weyrick, Dodge, Philip Sanborn Jr., Ricky Stevens, Chris Runnels, Ken Fogg, Jeff Cathcart, Carol Valentine, Cheryl Faye, Wendi Oullette, Kan Federer, Maryta Gund. Marv Shanna Gaul Alpen, Kristin Federer, Richard Friling and Patrick Andrew. Music was by the Lee under the direction of Mrs. Woodrow Argereow. Costumes were by Mrs MacDonald and the Lee Extension Extension Group. Animals were provided by Michael Andrew family, Ban- Wai Farm and the Dwight Barney family. Lee Hill 4-H Club members cared for the animals. Richard Jennings was in charge of sound Granger, lighting. and Ralph Pageant directors were Mrs. Lloyd Stevens and Mrs. Richard Wellington. The steering committee Included Included Mrs. Ted K e 1 Granger, Mrs. Michael Andrew Mr. and Mrs. Walter Durost, a guest Mrs. Philip Sanborn and Mrs. Lioyd Stevens.