GRAVETTE A new school year always brings out a round of colds. To fight back make a sandwich of whole wheat bread, raw onion, cheddar cheese, brown mustard and a good half inch of horseradish. This old Vermont remedy will definitely clear out the sinuses.
I was late receiving the news but it seems that several of my old classmates, the Class of 1952, met for supper and visiting on Friday night prior to Gravette Day. The names I received were Stanley and Marcia Finley, Sonny Bell and wife, Joe Ben Hammontree, Eleanor Goodwin and husband, Duane Landen and Sylvia, Loretta Barnes, Joan Schippers and Loania Burns.
Eleanor Cox visited with me on Monday afternoon.
No injuries were reported in the two car MVA at Hwys. 72W and 279S on Monday afternoon.
Sympathy is extended to the Scantlin family. Jim was a lifelong resident and wellknown in the community.
Lamarise Carrier escaped injury in a multi-vehicle accident on Hwy. 540 Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Carrier, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Carrier and I went to Bella Vista on Sunday and enjoyed lunch with DaleLynn and Lamarise Carrier.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Keith have been enjoying a few days vacation on the lake.
Ruby Hight is not feeling so well at this time. We need to keep her in our prayers.
It was good to see Betty Clardy and Pam Bertschy both able to be in church again on Sunday.
September 2, 1789, the U. S. Department of the Treasury was established.
News, Pages 5 on 09/02/2009