Tuesday May 6, the Epsom Public Library will be showing the movie
“Big Eyes” at 2:00 PM. Rated PG-13, the film tells the true story
of one of the most outrageous frauds in history.
Painter Walter Keane’s paintings of waifs with big eyes was
discovered to have been painted by his wife. He catapulted to fame
while taking credit for her work.
Epsom Food Pantry
did not disappear, just had lots going at home and the time to meet
my deadline for the paper went by, but you folks are probably glad
for a rest from me. Just talked with Ken and he said all was good.
We can always use eggs, milk, and cream soups.
nice addition was some maple syrup from Scott Elliot. Doesn’t that
sound yummy? Again, a reminder to plant a row or two for the
to personally thank all you folks who fill our boxes at the Library,
Care Pharmacy and other food drops. You are truly appreciated.
Suncook Senior Center May News
center will celebrate Mother’s Day on Thursday March 7th with a
wonderful roast pork luncheon, and special raffle. May birthdays
will be celebrated on the 12th; please join us for a delicious lunch
that will include soup, a salad bar and ice cream sundaes. Everyone
is welcome during lunch, no matter when you celebrate your birthday!
center will host a free NH Humanities Council program What There was
Not to Tell on Tuesday May 19th at 10:00am. Presenter Edie Clark
will share her journey to learn the full story of her mother’s first
love, Tom, who lost his life in World War II. Please plan to join us
for this dynamic and redemptive program!
sign up for a gentle hike, and cook-out, in Bear Brook on Friday May
22nd. The group will meet at the Park’s main entrance at 10:00am
and we will be done by about 1:00. Join us to enjoy the return to
outdoor activities (without the long underwear)!
Suncook Senior Center is located at the Epsom Bible Church, 398
Blackhall Road, Epsom, NH, phone 485-4254. The center is open
Monday thru Friday 8:00am to 2:00pm, and serves lunch Monday thru
Thursday at 11:30am. Weekly activities include card games, bingo
and three different exercise classes; including Line Dancing each
Friday at 9:30am. Stop in anytime to enjoy the Center’s activities!
Letter To The Editor
Federal Reserve Bank.
central bank of the United States government.
its inception over 100 years ago, the Fed has been deliberately and
continually printing more and more paper money, thereby devaluing
the currency, destroying the ability of citizens to save, and wiping
out the value of that which has been saved.
Throughout this same time period, the Fed has repeatedly engaged in
“credit expansion”, inflating the money supply by injecting massive
amounts of money into the credit markets.
Consequently, the Fed is solely responsible for bringing about the
Great Depression and the recent “Great Recession” and every
read this, another crash/depression is bearing down upon us like a
Government sponsored inflation seldom ends well.
French inflation of the 1790’s laid the groundwork for Napoleon and
the German inflation of the 1920’s made for fertile ground for
said, when it comes to our money, what are Americans concerned
concerned about whose picture is on the $20 bill!
little kids you see peddling around on their bikes, playing little
league, and whatnot.
likelihood, they are going to live another 50, 60, or 70 years.
the Fed stops inflating the currency, they will experience firsthand
the poverty, the political and economic chaos, which inflation
causes as it comes to an end of its own accord.
freedom, unless history carves out an exception for America (which
it will not), the little kids of today will, in all probability, be
living under a totalitarian regime as the worse individuals among us
take advantage of the coming chaos and garner positions of power.
point, whose picture is on bunch of worthless $20 bills will be of
Epsom – Miriam R. (Clarke) Hill, 83, of Jefferson
Street in Epsom, died Friday, April 17, 2015 at the Concord
Although she was born and raised in Vermont, Miriam worked in
Massachusetts as a registered nurse for over 45 years until her
retirement. She was an avid Bruins and Patriots fan, loved
crossword puzzles, and enjoyed knitting, crocheting, and quilting.
survived by 3 sons, Wayne Hill, Warren Hill, and Brian Hill; 5
grandchildren; and siblings, Roxi Weber, Erwin Kreis, and Lisa
memorial gathering will be held Saturday, May 2nd from 1-4 PM at the
Still Oaks Funeral & Memorial Home, 1217 Suncook Valley Hwy. in
Epsom. Services will take place at 3:30 PM.
will take place at the convenience of the family in East Calais, VT.
on-line guestbook is available at stilloaks.com.