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The Times Argus from Barre, Vermont • 16

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THE TIMES ARGUS. BARRE-MONTPELIER, VT. MONDAY, JULY 7. 1980 VERMONT Calendar Three Ring Circus Roberta Brothers sets up the big top in Mad River Green, Waitsfeld. and gives real three ring performances clowns, elephants, bareback riders, acrialists at 6 and 8 p.m.

Monday. Doors open one hour early for the midway. It all benefits the Mad River Humane Society Book Bonanza Kellogg Hubbard Library is house cleaning. Books will be sold daily this Monday through Friday during regular summer bours, noon to 8 p.m. Kids Flicks Aldrich Library screens John Tabor's Ride and Wandering Calf at 4 p.m.

Tuesday. Free. Canning Classes Now that your garden promises mountains of zucchini and string beans, what are you going to do with it? Find out at Cherry Hill Community Cannery, Barre-Montpelier Road. They're holding classes in canning from 1 to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Whole Health August Burns, registered physicians assistant, and Sara Esswein, Holistic Health Center coordinator, lead a panel discussion, on women's holistic group.

health at Lobster the Pot monthly Restaurant, meeting noon of Tuesday. Contact Rita Edwards for reservations. Peacham Piano Pianist Eunice Norton and her students perform in the Peacham Congregational Church at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday. Waste Regulations Because of growing concern about Love Canal and similar hazardous waste incidents, the Lamoille County Development Council sponsors, with the cooperation of Vermont Law School, a meeting dealing with regulations recently developed by and federal environmental agencies.

Charimont Restaurant, Morrisville, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. If you're interested in the local situation, you're invited to attend and ask questions. Summer Fun Run Run for fun at Johnson State until July 29 at 6:30 p.m. are welcome to run over course, The public is welcome the JSC athletic field.

No available following the runs. College every Tuesday night Runners of all abilities and ages the approximate three mile to join in. Starting point is entry fee. Showers will be Game Night Thetford's where the action is, says the Thetford Recreation Committee. They'll have fun and games in the Community Center at 7 p.m.

Wednesday. Admission. "Can't Get There" Kevin Graffagnino, curator of Vermontiana at the University of Vermont, talks about "Early Vermont Maps" in the Shelburne museum's Webb Gallery at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Three-Ring Circus Earl's Military Ponies, Doris' Captivating Canines and Pasha the Performing Elephant are featured in Roberts Bros. Three Ring Circus when it comes to Berlin Wednesday.

Center ring stars include Mexico's famed Oscar Marcias Troupe of acrobats and aerialists; the Moses Ferreria family; and a host of jugglers, clowns, balancers and acrobats, all backed up by live circus music. Performances are scheduled for 6 and 8 p.m., show really goes on all day as the big top is constructed. The show will raise funds for the Berlin Recreation Board. Tickets are available at Crosstown Realty, Montpelier; Wayside Restaurant, Berlin; Locker Room Sports, Barre; Furniture Store. Barre: Dudley's General Store, East Montpelier, and Dawn's Apothecary, Northfield.

Births At Central Vermont Hospital, Berlin, July 4, a son was born to Walter Jr. and Rose (Salls) Bothfeld, Cabot. On July 5 daughters were born to Rene and Susan (Kerin) Houle, Montpellier; Bruce and Zada (Dalley) Lowcock, Montpelier, Brian and Lorelle Marineau, Montpelier. On July 6 a son was born to Walter and Melissa (Fuller) Thompson, Barre, Gifford Memorial Hospital, Randolph, July 4, a son was to Robert and Anne Hoffman, Chelsea, and a daughter to Donald and Elizabeth Conti. Waterbury.

On July 5 a daughter was born and Patty Longley, Rochester: and sons to John and Sharon Morrison, Barre; James and Susan Cohnovich. Bridgewater Corners; Paul and Jane Bent, Roxbury; and and Jeannette Tuller, Royalton. BARRE BOOK SHOP 8 Main St. Above Lash Furniture CLEARANCE SALE (Up To) off Save! Save! Save! All Hard Covers Each Paperbacks Obituaries Lola Zorzi Lola Zorzi. 59.

of 28 East Parkside Terrace, Barre, died Sunday at the Central Vermont Hospital Born in Montpellier on June 20, 1921, she was the daughter of Jose and Leonor (Gutierrez) Ortez. She was educated in Montpelier schools and graduated from Montpelier High School in 1940. She was married in Barre on June 5, 1943, to Elgio Zorzi. She was vice president of the Adams Granite Co. in Barre and a member of the St.

Monica's Church in Barre. She was also a member of the Catholic Daughters, the Central Vermont Hospital Auxiliary, the Barre Women's Bowling League, the Barre Woman's Club and the Barre Country Club. She also served as the for- Madine Jackson ATTLEBORO. Mass. Jackson, 84, Meadowcrest Lane.

Barre, died July 4 at Sturdy Memorial Hospital, Attleboro. She was born in East Hardwick, Vt. the daughter of Fred Hill and Ola (Johnson) Rogers. She received a bachelor of arts degree from Middlebury College in 1920. She was a member of the Delta Delta Delta sorority.

She was the wife of the late Henry H. Jackson. She was an educator in various school systems. She was a teacher of Latin at the Proctor School in Proctor, in Manchester, N.H. and Atlantic City, N.J.

She was a member of the Gray Ladies, A.R.C. She was a vice president of the Ladies Auxiliary, Barre City Hospital. She was a trustee of the Aldrich Public Library. She was past president of the Vermont District YWCA. She was a member of the American Association of University Women, the Vermont Library Association, the Barre Society, the Tourist Club, the Woman's Club, the Board of Home Health and the Philamathieio Club.

Survivors include one stepson, Robert Jackson of Old Lyme, Conn; three nieces, Mrs. Wendell (Sarah Ola) Smith of Attleboro, Mrs. Allan (Sabra) MacCloud of Amherst, Mass. and Mrs. Jack (Amanda) Ellis of Arlington, one nephew, John J.

Sowles of Colchester. Vt. and three grandchildren. Funeral services are private. Friends a are invited to meet with family members at Mrs.

Jackson's home on Meadowcrest Lane July 13 from 2 to 4 p.m. Donations may be made in her memory to the American Cancer Society, mer secretary of the Vermont Woman's Golf Association. She is survived by ber husband. one daughter, Mrs. Gary (Letitia) Hill, of Clemson.

S.C., one son, Kerry Zorzi, of Manchester, N.H., three sisters, Mrs. Amelia Drown of Barre, Mrs. Tina Tosio of Barre, and Mrs. Irene Gaylord of Barre; one brother. Angel Ortez of Montpelier and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

A Funeral Mass will be a.m. at St. Barre celebrated at 10:30 Wednesday, Burial will be in the Hope Cemetery, Calling hours will be held Tuesday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and from 7 p.m.

to 9 p.m. at the Barber and Lanier Funeral Home in Montpelier. Memorial contributions can be made to the Hospital Oncology Fund in care of John Salvador, trustee, Box 593, Barre. Lurline Johnson ORFORD. N.H.

Lurline D. Johnson. 61, of Orford, died Saturday at the Mary Hitchock Memorial Hospital in Hanover, N. H. after a illness.

Aug. 14, 1918, daughter of She was borne 1 Newbury Benjamin and Ethel (Jesseman) Dyke. She attended school in Orford and worked as a governess in New York City for several years. She later moved to Concord. N.H.

and worked in the same capacity for a doctor's family. She married Robert Johnson, a contruction worker. In 1945 they moved to Orford. After her husband's death in 1969. she worked with the elderly at the Hanover Health Care Terrace in Hanover.

She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Lawrence (Beverly Ricker, Mrs. Jacqueline Rich, and Mrs. Horton (Geraldine) Washburn; a Gregory L. Johnson of Orford: ten grand- Space Research Plea Bargain Deal Reported Brent A.

Partlow EDEN Brent A. Partlow, 16, died in Eden July 6. He was born in Barre on Aug 8. 1963, the son of Robert Partlow and Dawn (McKinney) Partlow. He had lived in Eden for the past three years and prior to that be lived in St.

Albans where he attended St. Albans Elementary School and was a member of the football team. He had recently completed the ninth grade at Lamoille Union High School where be took an active role in machine trades. He was an avid hunter and fisherman. Brent is survived by his father of Baytown, Texas; his mother of Eden; a brother, Chris of Eden; a sister, Laura Farnsworth of Roanoke, his maternal grandmother, Mildred Andress of Georgia; his paternal grandmother, Margaret of Northfield: aunts, uncles, nephews and a niece.

Funeral services will be held Wendesday at 2 p.m. at the Holcomb funeral Home. Main Street, Johnson. The family will receive friends Tuesday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

Interment will be in Eden Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of John des Groseilliers, Holcomb Funeral Home, Main Street, Johnson. Perley Lovely Perley Irving Lovely, 68. of Cabot died Sunday at Central Vermont Hospital. He was born in Colbyville Oct.

20, 1912 the son Irving and Julia (Lagoon) Lovely. For the past 25 years he has resided with his brother Ralph in Cabot. He is survived by six brothers, Paul Barre, Julian and Joe, both of Williamstown and Robert, Lloyd and Ralph of Cabot. Another brother, Phillip, died earlier. He also survived by a sister, Barbara of Middlesex: and by aunts, nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday at the Holcomb Memorial Chapel in Marshfield at 10 a.m. The family will receive friends Tuesday evening from 7-9 p.m. Contributions in his memory may be made to the Home Health Agency in Barre. Interment will be in the East Montpelier Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of John des Groseilliers, Holcomb Memorial Chapel in Marshfield.

Gordon Gerrish BETHEL Gordon Gerrish, 67, died unexpectedly Sunday in Barre. He was born in Stockbridge Aug. 21, 1912, the son of Frank and Vernie (Edmunds) Gerrish. He attended Bethel schools and he later farmed in the Bethel area. He later worked for the town of Bethel.

He lived in Barre for the last 12 years. He is survived by a niece, Mrs. Alfred Hill of Bethel: four nephews, Ralph Gerrish Wendell Gerrish, George Gerrish and Earl Gerrish, all of Barre. Funeral services will be held at the Day Funeral Home in Randolph Tuesday at 2 p.m. with the Rev.

Andrea Thompson of Bethel officiating. There are no calling hours. Burial will be in the Fairview Cemetery in Bethel. Robert W. Proper BARTON Robert Wendell Proper, 46, formerly of Hard wick.

died at the North Country Hospital in Newport late Saturday afternoon following a brief illness. He was born in Hardwick on Dec. 26, 1933 the son of the late Gordon and Nellie (Sheldon) Proper. He attended Hardwick public schools. He served in the U.S.

Army, being stationed in Germany. He had worked on area dairy farms and was employed as a laborer with Auger Saw Mills in Barton for the past nine years. Mr. Proper is survived by one sister, Mrs. Vera Judkins of Hardwick: two brothers, Gordon (John) of Barton, and Ernest of Portsmouth, N.H.: several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.

A funeral service will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Northern Vermont Funeral Home, 10 Elm Street, Hardwick with the Rev. James Potter officiating. Interment be at Fairview Cemetery in Hardwick. Visiting hours will be on Tuesday from 12 to 2 p.m.

Arrangements are under the of Stephen E. Holcomb. Northern Vermont Funeral Service, 10 Elm Hardwick. Erwin Luther HARDWICK Erwin P. (Mike) Luther, 49, formerly of Hardwick died unexpectedly at the Copley Hospital in He and his wife, Rena, lived Morrisville Sunday afternoon.

in Barre for several years at 30 Eastern Ave. Funeral arrangements, which are not complete, are under the direction of Stephen and Dian Holcomb, Northern Vermont Funeral Service, 10 Elm Street, Hardwick. Gonyo Funeral DANVILLE Funeral services for Mary C. Gonyo, who died June 30 at Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital in St. Johnsbury, were held Thursday at Our Lady of the Queen of Peace Church here.

A Funeral Mass was concelebrated by the Rev. Donal Ward and the Rev. John Bruder. The organist was Lynn O'Leary. Our Lady of the Queen of Peace Choir sang the Funeral Mass.

Bearers were Russel Ockerbroom, Frank Cote, Elywin Thomas, and John R. Guare. Burial was in Berlin Corners Cemetery. Rev. Ward held a prayer service at Guare and Sons funeral Home Wednesday at 8 p.m.

Barrett Services A memorial service for Mrs. Ethyl Barrett, 68, of 73 Elm Street in Montpelier, who died Wednesday at Central Vermont Hospital, was held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Guare and Sons Funeral Home with the Rev. Joseph Nerad officiating. Cremation took place a the Mount Pleasent Crematory, and her ashes will be buried in the Barrett plot at Green Mountain Cemetery.

Illingworth Committal A private burial and committal service for Robert K. Illingworth, 52, who died at his home at 3 Greenfield Tuesday was held Saturday at the Brookfield Center Cemetery. The Rev. Mark Follansbee officiated. The soloist was Paul Ohman.

Paton VERMONT TAVERN ARCADE Final Summer Clearance All Spring Summer Clothing Sportswear For Men Women Reduced 33' -66 2 Paton VERMONT TAVERN MOTOR INN SHOPPING ARCADE 100 State Montpelier children: four great: grandchild F. Dyke three brothers. F. Dyke and George Dyke, all Jr. Robert of Bradford: a sister Gilman (Marjorie) Kendall of Etna.

N.H: one aunt, and several nieces and nephews Funeral services wil be held Tuesday at p.m. at the Orfordville Congregational Church. The Rev. Stephen Exholm will officiate. Burial will at the Orford Street Cemetery, Friends may call Monday from 7 to 8 p.m.

at the Hale Funeral Home in Bradford Mary Guy EAST HARTFORD. Conn. Mrs. Mary Guy died at the Hartford, Conn. Hospital July 2 after a long illness.

Funeral services were held July 5 at the Newkirk Whitney Funeral Home in East Hartford. Mrs. Guy's Husband, Earl, is a Barre native. She is survived by daughter, a granddaughter, husband, and sister. CAMBRIDGE A poolside family picnic was held recently at the home of Mr.

and Mrs. Richard Machia and family on Bartlett Hill Present were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Field, Enosburg Falls; Mr. and Mrs.

Edwin Locke, Barre: Mr. and Mrs. James Melvin. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.

Duane Cootware, Jericho: Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Machia, Mrs. Jane George, Mr. and Mrs.

Norman Rooney and family and Patti Machia, all of Jeffersonville, and Thomas Wyckoff, Cambridge. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all of our family, friends, relatives and neighbors for the cards and money to help make our 45th anniversary a memorable occasion. Wayne and Evelyn Titus BURLINGTON (UPD Space Research Co. an arms manufacturing firm that straddles the Vermont and Quebec border will soon plead guilty in Canada to charges of selling arms to South Africa, a Vermont newspaper reported Sunday The Burlington Free Press said lawyers for Space Research have struck a pica bargaining agreement with the Canadian government that will end Canada's intensive probe of the company. Two firm's top officers, Gerald Bull and Rodgers Gregory, three weeks agO were given jail terms in U.S.

District Court in Rutland, The sentences were levied after the pair pleaded guilty to charges of illegally shipping arms to South Africa Rather than face similar charges in Canada, the munitions company reportedly will plead guilty and pay fines on seven counts including one count of illegal shipment of howitzer shells, and six counts of false export license applications. The pair could be assessed fines totaling $80,000. Flower City Florists Greenhouse E. MONTPELIER ROAD. ITE.

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