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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-January 14, 1981 S.ciai , Haverhill Library to meet / " . ..&apos; I'  i ill, i I It is not necessary Io be a Ibrarian) and Nancy l',ean. member ill order to use the Only nwml)ers nmy vole.  i V I CENTER DATSUN, INC. St, dohnebury Center, Vt, 06863 CALL Mrs. Walter Shaw 802-748-2352 ! 'i Ii) I I I I Ill I I l I I I I I Ii I) a! I I Scandinavian students need host in area N()I{Wltql American host sponsored by the American families in the h.'alarea are Scandinavian Student Ileeded for 12 high school I"xchange. sludenls from Sweden, Inleresled f;unilies in Ibis l)enmark. Norway and area may contact Mrs. Mary Fmhmd for the 1981=1982 llulchins, 1'.1). Box 127, sch()l year in a program Norxvieh, VT. 05055, telephone ( 8(12 ) (;49 1748. The slu(h,nls, ages 16 and 17, will arrive in the United States in I;.He Augtzs( altend the h'al high school and return to their Rev. Bill Wick ,.,,.,..,,,, ,.,e.,.,,o. ,),2 T,,. Bradfo d h h s,.<,,..,s, allfluex,,,,,F,,g,,sh, r c urc names have been screened by their school ,'ep,'esentatives and full ,,a.. poce, mo,,e. a,, IFick .time pastor mcxlical and liability im sux':.illce. American Imuilies with snmll children or grown children, as well as those with teen-age children, are welcome to participate in this progl'alll. The st udenl exchange is also seeking American high-school students, ages 16 and 17, who would like to spend a high- school year with a Scan- dmavian family or participate in a five-week family stay in the summer of 1981. Persons interested in either of these programs should contact Mrs. llutchins. ASSE is lhe official Swclish high school exchange prog'rani in ihe tlnited States operating under the auspices of the Swedish Board of E(tucalion. The ASSE program is officially designated as an Exchange- Visilor program by the U,S. 95 YEARS IN DOWNT0WB S,a,e p.r,n,ent,a,,d ha. been involv in qualifying host families a Students since 19'38. 1,1 AI) 1"() I{ I) A special dedication service will be held at tilt, Evangelical I"ree ('hurch Jan. 25 h) celel>rate the ap)iniment of Rev. Bill Wick as full-time ltstor, lie has served part-time fox' the pasl year. The church began as a llible study Rroup. It uleeis in the h)\\;%t,l" floor rooixls of a small x I)ile I)uilding oxl l,ower l'lain. Vfick, who came here fronl \\;%es Chester, l)a., sludk,d at Calvary Bible College in Kansas Cilv and compleled his I)aclieh)r's degree requirements at Trinity College in l)eerfMd. 111. In P.)78, he earned a master of divinity degree at Trinity Evangelical School in l)eerfieht. lie came Io lh'adford as a church plaxfler. ,hlmes and Elizal)elh C()Ix'land ot Coriiiih hail been assoeialtt with the I.'ree Evangelical Church in l'ol'lllei" years alxd were seekin a person who might (,'stablish a church m the area. To suppt)rl himself, lhe Ilstor has worked at a x o(xh orking shop and credits {lit' growth of (lie church as "largely due tt) some of the c()nlacls made during the IWo|'ki/lg (|ay.- i>eopte are now drawn from Orhwd, Corinth. l'iermont, Newbury and Bradford The church chairman is ,lames C()l,land. 'l'rtlstees are Ilem'y Illsh,y, Edwin Dodge ;And (;reg Thursloll. Sue ('Ira rifflers is secrelary. '1"\\; o youl h groups, the B()ys I;r/ade and the Pioneer Girls ;ll'e ;.it'live ill the comniultity. A I>,ihle Study class is held evt'x',v Thtn'sd,:ly evexliilg. Chapman-Carle are engaged WII(.IIiSVIIAJ Mr. andMl,'S. \\;oodsville lligh School, and is David Clial)nian of ltVl)lid, eiiil)h).ed parlqiliie ;il Ihe svilh', h;ive ;.lllllliilllced Ihe ('OIIIIf% Ih)spi(al. ('llg;it-'J'iil('ilf ()1 lheirdallgillcr, ,Kh(Tlli;iil is e)iit)lo,,(,d bv IWl)bic 1,3iili. lo Slleiniail I);iiil ,lacksoli of Ilaerhill. ll'e ('arh', SOil ol Mr. aild Mrs. hasalsosertedililiieNaiioiial  ,+] ; 1< lt.l:rl lJii; Jl&t,l il.l'J ;l L,VL,_.4. ...... mmun of Vermont Former Bradford resident engaged W, NEWBURY' MASS.  Mr. and Mrs: Frederick J. Blaisdtql of 4(; i)rospect Street. West Newl)ury, Mass., have annoullced the ellgagement of theix' daughler, (,armeri of l)r. l)t)nald Lewis, Ihlvcrtiill, Mass. She is the (taughler of tile late Patrick W. tluilin of llradford, VI., and fhe graxiddalighler of Mr. and Mrs. Morris I). Perry of Bradford. I,ynelte t)uinn, to Peter Joseph l)enn, son of Mr. and Mr. l)exm is a 1973 graduate .............................. ....+,. ............... ...:: ....................... :.. ............ ::::::::.::::>:::::::*::::+::.::`::::::::*::::.*!:i::::.::*:i::!:ii:*::  Mrs Edward I)enn Bare llill of Pcnluckel Regional ttigh ................ IN" ................. '= .............. BRADFORO' ................................................................................................. .,, ,,,o ...,. ,,,,,r.du.,,, o,,.,,o.,'"'"'"' w..e..,u,->,. ,,.,,. ,;,%;,:;,;*i':q44+L !e,;:!  rad'uate of Pentucket ('t)llege, Walthanl, Mass. tie is Regional ttigh School West presently employed at Cen- Newburv. Mass., and is tronicsCorp, inltudson, N.tt. employecl m the Dental office A June wedding is planned. 0xbowHigh School Mon.day, la.nuary26 1 Help Y.oungAm;ri:a : 6.00- 9.00 PM ampatgn launc e IIY I)E t)AI{K . Ullited prizes h) tile h)cal club or h'oop and f any of t se , , o, vo, mo,,, ,,,,,,, <,\