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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-February 25, 1981 f Social R.D. Mallary HI, Fairlee, to wed wedding is planned for May 23 The bride-to-be, whose iather ifounder and owner of his own business, graduated frorn the University of (7olorado at Boulder, and was a member of the Kappa Alpha There snrority. She is with the program- mine department of NBC television, and is a producer for WYNY-FM radio. FAIRLEE-Mr. and Mrs. Specht and Katherine Specht Victor lI Specht of Fort and the late Mr. and Mrs. Collins and Red Feather l,ouis Edward Richardson, Lakes, Colorado, have an- Through her mother, she is a nounced the engagement of direct descendant of John their daughter, Christine Kay, Adams, second President of to Raymond DeWitt Mallary the United States. llI, son of the Reverend and Mr. Mallary, whose father is Mrs. R. DeWitt Mallary, Jr., rector of All Saints Episcopal at New York City, Fairlee, and Church in Manhattan, at- Barrington, Nova Scotia. The tended Trinity School, Phillips Exeter Academy, and New York University, and is director of operations for the Leslie A. ttarris Broadcasting Company. tie is the grandson of the IMe Reverend Gordon Decatur Pierce and Mrs. Pierce, and of Mr. and Mrs. R. DeWitt Mallary of Mallary Farm, Fairlee. His uncle is Richard Mallary of Rutland, former Congressman from Vermont. Miss Kay is the grand- His great-grandfather, R. daughter of the late George DeWitt Mallary, was president of American International College in Church IlCA[ Springfield, Mass., and the author of "Lenox and the ENGAGED|Ielen Anne Bonneau of Bradford is engaged to wed Edward Cafferty, Jr., of Norwood, Mass., July II. Helen A. Bonneau, Bradford, to be wed at S. Ryegate Berkshire ttighlands." BIAI)FORD Mr and Mrs. ' Edward Bonneau of Bradford S. RYEGATE--Worship have announced the services on March 1st for the MEETING AT THETFORD engagement at their daughter, Ryegate Presbyterian THETFORD--Pre-Town llelen Anne, to Edward Churches will be held in S. Meeting sponsored by Thet- ('afferty. ,it'., son of Mr. and Ryegate at 10 a.m. and in ford Civic Association, 1:30 Mrs. Edward Cafferty Sr. of Ryegate Corner at ll:30a.m, p.m. March 1, Thetford Norwood, Mass. Rex,. Marion T. Reddingof Elementary School. Miss lonneau is a 1977 llarrisburg, Pa. and Representatives of town graduate of the l!niversity of Delaware, Ohio, will preach groups will answer any as a candidate for minister, questions to the upcoming Everyone is welcome. Town Meeting. / New Spring Fashions Ladies' Coordinates And Dresses Arriving Daily VISA OR MASTER CHARGE WELCOME THE Vermont. She is employed as a teacher at South Boston Children's Center. Mr. Cafferty is employed as a perstmnel representative for l)ala General Corp. in Wesl bare, Mass. A July I I wedding is plan- ned. Daffodil sales to fight cancer Wt)OI)SVILI,E--lt's Daffodil the start of the annualcrusade Day season once again and soon many flowers will be, blooming into golden blossoms of hope. The American Cancer Society's Ammonoosuc Branch of the Grafton North Unit will sponsor "Daffodil Days" between the weeks of March 18-3t in the Greater Ha verhill-W(wlsville Area. The fresh tightly budded daffodils will be flown directly to New ttampshire from the West Coast an8 will be available for sale at various h)cations in local com- munities. In order to make these available to the ltaverhill- Woodsville area residents, the Ammonoosuc Branch is presently searching for a local clubs and organizations to help promote and conduct the event. This special event signifies to raise funds to fight cancer and the daffodil has been selectt because it is the first flower of spring and to many, Lions to give C_MR training BI{AI)FOIH) The Bradford IAons Club will co-sponsor with the (kmnecticut Valley Jayeees Llnother ('I'R (('ardio- pulntonary iesuscilation) i)rogram t his year. lmst year's CPR program was a big success. Dates for this year's program will be set as s(xm as instructors are lined up. For further in- formation, contact Larry (?oft'in or Joe 13utton in Bradford. / Over 95 Years In Downtown Barre We offer the strongest buying prices with the expertise to f t back our offers, Bdng your valuables in to us, we re con- located in theheart of West Lebanon and we'll here permanently. Serving the area since 1976. Marked 10K - 14K - 18K High School & College Rings -Bracelets - Chains - Necklaces - Wedding Rings - Dental Gold - Gold Pocket Watches - Antique Jewelry- Rings - Gold Coins - Bars - etc. , Buying All U,S, & Foreign Silver Coins Buying' All Ster]lng Silver. Items, Collectible or Damaged Buying All Silver Dollars & Silver Proof Sots $$$ WRIST WATCHES $$$ Pleget Men's & Ladles 18K Gold Rolex and model - PLEASE OFFER Patek Phlilippo Men' & Ladies gold cases Relax Pres. 18K Gold Bands. Patek Calendar & Repeater gold cases Universal Calendar - Gold $$$ POCKET WATCHES $$$ Patek Phillippe - Jurgensen - Frodsham - Lange - Dent - Ekegren - Audemars - Meylan - Assmann - Grossman. Capt. - Chronometers - Repeaters - Stop Watches. Calendanl = Enamels. Unusual or Complicated Movements. J Sliver and Gold Bars, eva,able in 1 oz. to 100 oz. bars Krugerrands Maple Leafs 100 Koronas * Mexican Gold Coins Silver Coins * Silver Dollars, Rare Coins, U.S. Gold Coins Appraisal Service * Investment Ser- vi(a Newbury Christian lists honor roll NEWBURY=-The Newbury Second Semester Christian School has an- A Ihmor Roll: Julie Rinaldi, nounced its honor roll: ,lames Fischer, Jeremy Gray, First Semester Abigail Kibb(,. l,inda Smith, 'A lhmor Roll: Korea Way, Mark Flliott. ,lantes l{inaldi. ('hrisline ltol)erts, Christine I'. Ihmor Boll: ('hris Fischer, Boberls, Korea Way, Chris B Ihmor Roll: Jean i{inaldi, Fischer, Samantha Knapp, Lisa Gray, Christine Metilly. (;ary Metilly, Jeff EIliott, Lisa (;ray, .lean l{inaldi. represents the hope of the new season ....... hope for a world free of Cancer. Local clubs and organizations participating in this project will join the fight against cancer and support the Soeiety's programs at the same lime add a bit of beauty and hope to someone's day. Interested groups may ctmlact the Society at 1-800- 562-1112 for further in- forrua tinn. Knapp acting head of Home ; for the Elderly by MARCELLA HOFFMANN WENTWORTH--On the resignation of Kenneth Hardy, superintendent of the Home for the Elderly, Sandy Knapp was appointed Acting Director, Mrs. Knapp started at the Home as an Registered Nurse several years ago. She became staff development director and continued in this capacity until her new ap- pointment was made. She will continue as Acting Director until a new Director is ap- pointed, All the money necessary for the purchase of a special van to move patients has been pledged. The group is now awaiting notification from the Transportation Authority of the approximate date of delivery. They were pleased to learn that it is to be a mini-bus. A Valentine Danceat the 111 Club was enjeyed Thursday evening by 24 residents of the Home and 12 residents of the Grafton County Home. Cml l,00nnis weds lnary E. Gibn:an ORFORD--Mary Elizabeth Windsor, Bradley Ware of Gilman, daughter of Roger Vershire and Kenneth J. and Shirley Gilman of Win- LongsonofEtna. dsor, and Carl Walter Dennis, The bride wore an ivory , Library re.elects officers BRADFORD-The annual White, chairman; Lawrence correspondingsecretary;Eri meeting of the Bradford Coffin, vice chairman; Eastman, auditor; Franc0 Public Library was held Feb. Charles Brainerd, treasurer Hyde and Shirley Conrad 9 and Morris Perry, Mable and Craig White Assistant publicity. llumphrey and Shirley Conrad treasurer; Dorothy Cole, The budget for the were re-electedtrustees, secretary; Janet Fatherley, year was reviewed and Also re-elected were Craig annual report given Bradford nursing home project up for review son of Ralph and Ramona Dennis of Orford, were married Jan. 24 in a double- ring service at the Orford Congregational Church. Sara G. Erickson of Breckenridge, Colo., was matron of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Jody, Jane and Susan Gilman of Windsor, sisters of the bride, Robin MONTPEIAEII--The Project Heview Conmlittec of the Vermont llealth Policy Corp. will consider an application at its Feb. 23 meeting to build a new $984,0(10 facility, River Bend Nursing ltome, at Bra(tlord. It would have 54 beds. Also on the agenda is a French of Windsor, and Celia Campbell of Set auket, N.Y. Arthur Dennis of Orford was his brother's best man, and ushers were David Dennis of Enfield, Henry Gintof Jr., of satin jersey gown with at- proposal for Vermont's first tachcd chapel t rain. The fitted tlealth Maintenance Ix)dice with Queen Anne Organization. the expansion of neckline was trimmed with Burlington's Medical Center Venice lace, and her waltz tiospital, and a proposed length ivory veil was attached addition to Brattleboro to a profile cap. She carried a Memorial ltospital. bouquet of yelh)w roses, white The n)eeting begins at 10 carnation and fern. a.m. in the Pavilion Following a reception at the Audihwium, State Street, Lake Morey Inn in Fairlee, Montpelier. where Breakfast of Cham- pions played for dancing, the couple left on a skiing trip to the White Mountains. Mrs. Dennis is employed at the Lebanon airport and her husband is a self-employed contractor. They are making their home in Etna. Move to save liquor store in Litdeton CONCORD-Sen. Andrew W. Poulsen said that a concerted effort is heing made to protect the Littleton State Liquor Store from being closed. Help has come from Sen. Ralph Hough of Lebanon and Senale President Robert Monier of Goffstown and it is hoped that the Littleton Liquor Store can be kept in operation, Poulsen said. A $410,345 federal grant has been rttuested for further deveh)pment of the Green Mountain ltealth Plan, Ver- mont's firsl HMO (Health Maintenance Organization). Serving Washington and Chittenden counties, the plan is an alternative to health insurance and will provide comprehensive health ser- vices to its members for an annual fee. The committee will forward its recommendation on the project to the full VHPC Board, which will vote on them March 4th. Before the committee for preliminary discussion is the $64 million renovation and expansion project of Burlington's Medical (?enter ttospital. The committee wi/l discuss the dates and method for reviewing the project. Also on the agenda for discussion only is a $1.2 million proposal from Brat- Dohna E. Williamson Former Bmdfol00t girl to be wed WHITE RIVER JCT.-- Helen G. Williamson of White River Jct. and  Edward E. Wil|iamsow also of White River Jet., formerly of Bradford, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Donna Elizabeth Williamson, to Michael E. McLoqd, son of Dr. and Mrs. R. Earl MeLoud of S. Easton, Mass. Ms. Williamson is a 1977 graduate of Hartford High School and is presently in her senior year at the University of Vermont, majoring in Sp#ch Pathology. Mr. McLoud is a 1976 graduate of Xaverian Brothers ttigh School in Westwood, Mass., and 1980 graduate of Accounting at the University of Vermont and is presently employed at A. M. Peisch& Co., Rutland. An August 1 wedding date is set. BABY ARRIVES ST. MARTIN'S EVENT FAIRLEE--Sunday Service will be at 10:30 a.m. at St. Martin's Chapel, Lake Morey Road East, Fairlee, with Rev. William Atkinson preaching on Tuesday, a Pancake supper will be. held at St. Martin's at 6:30 p.m., and on Wednesday; Ash Wednesday Service will be held at 6:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cook of E. tleboro Memorial ltospital to Thelford are parents of a baby add a two-story addition that girl, Lucy Ann, born Feb. 6 at will house the emergency Mary Hitchcock Memorial room, the physical therapy ttospital, department, and a laboratory. ENGAGED--Randy L. Gibson, Woodsville, and Marina Pike, Haverhill, are engaged to be married. Randy L. Gibson to wed Migs Pike ttAVERttlL1,--Mr, and Mrs. ltaverhill, have announced the 1,outs T. Pike of Brook Road, engagement of their daughter, Marina, It, Randy L. Gibson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd R. (;ibsnn, 12 Smith Street, Woodsville. Miss Pike is a 1979 graduate of Wondsville liigh School and 198(i graduat of the New llampton School. She is era- American - LUGGAGE 25%-5 Off!" 00ingY .ou expect trtm00 American Tourister and Sedes 2500. Casual, but elegant, durability and strength needed for en WRh combination locks to keep your route protection. Selection includes belongings safe and Secure, ,and shoulder tote, sport tote, carry-on, flow-molded, scuff-resistant, pullmans, two-suRer and car bags, in heavy-duty vinyl construction for the three handsome colors. American Toudster. It's not just how good it looks... it's how long it looks goodl USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT S Rig SIe Sae No. Pdce Pne g511 St>0 (, $ ]0. S30 ?5?2 7. !W 5250 1750 224 (J () 60 O0 2000 2',26  K, 67 50 22.50 2D2; 2" 9' ( 7 I 25 23 ? 5 2529 I  (W 75.00 25.00 20" 80 iX, 60. 20.00 25tX)  ( 67 50 2250 yOUr l.Mltv DlPArtlmt start St, Johnsbury, Vt. Woodsville, N.H. suqgested eta,I pt. Librarian Laura Dickey. During the calendar 1980 the circulation of material totaled 21,422 13,344 to adults and juveniles. Five hundred and In addition, the committee books were added to will discuss a dozen nursing library, 447 by purchase home proposals, including the 73 as gifts; 292 were Bradford project, that will be books and 228 juvenile reviewed together. The 1979 Certificate of Need law con- Borrowers totaled 902. Of books circulated, 3,885 tains a provision for con- from thestatelibrary. current reviews of similar proposals. In her report, Miss Dic also referred to the Natio Most often applicable to Library Week program, sl nursing homes, the law states hour programs, nurse that "any person wishing to offer or develop a new in- school using the St. room, cooperation with stitutional health service may vices to the submit a competing ap- magazine exchange, plication when a substantially similar application is pending sale, selection and p'oces . . the original application of books. and all competing ap- plications shall be reviewed concurrently." The purpose is to streamline the review process and to allow comparison of ap- plications, instead of judging them simply on a first come, first served basis DIAMONDS. WATCHES We Repair ACCUTRON, TIMEX, and All Makes. HASKELL JEWELERS Littleton. NH 03561 Home Sewers we have more supplies for you New location Airport Road Side of Plaza It's time to start that winter quilt Butterick Pattern and Threads Store Hours Tues.-Thurs. 10-5:0 Fri. 10-8 10-5 Quilt Books, Magazines and Patterns SMALL SAVERS ph)yed as a receptionist at ilair Unlinfiled in Littleton. Mr. Gibson, a 1977 graduate of Woodsville lligh School, is currently a senior at the t;niversily of New llampshire at l)urham. No wed(ling date has been set LOCK IN a HIGH MONEY MARKET INTEREST RATE ,or months 30-00. deposit of as little as $200.00 That's all it takes...to invest in our 30-month Savings Certificate BMU schedules ...and the high compound interest wet LL--,mu,P you earn will be locked in at game 00% --i-2.94% WEIA,S IHVER--A "Make it 12 Take il '" workshop will be held a, the B,ue Mounta,n Un,on Annual Y-00ld qmnL Wells River, Feb. 26, during the regular PIC meeling, This workshop will provide an opportunily for parents and educators to work c{mperalively for lhe benefit of t he children. Members of the BMU staff will inslrucl parents in making and using in- structional materials and games with their children at home to reinforce basic skills. All materials will be provided by the Blue Moun- tain I brian School. Annual yield 0nly if held to maturity. Federal regulations require substantial penaltY for earlywithdraw_al.. .......... Wells River Savings Batik Wells River, Vermont.. Membei F.I).LC. Telephone 802- 757- 2361 on Mrs. Miss last Sur and the to Pi and the extensic News by the e, Wn : eMt Smith marri Marsh friend they l Years q Littl makir her br  On S 14, a 1 held at rs D, party c of Mrs. in-law Mrs.  N.H. q family f MrS. Br (eonti McQu, Pat Tht verify T SUpervis Thurs Forest ( hack on 'yes'. T vision t bus a lot When ito the p, ,lid, "I lmmut qDw, but Viome at for the c, "Mare the hiri] Was a v, Even m( feeling b the susp process, Was brat for a fac Called O the dism t "I WOU his kind in hirin[ COaches, Will feel and Peoi can hrinl Jerry "Now is , reall unted. 'hether Page 6-The Journal Opinion-February 25, 1981 f Social R.D. Mallary HI, Fairlee, to wed wedding is planned for May 23 The bride-to-be, whose iather ifounder and owner of his own business, graduated frorn the University of (7olorado at Boulder, and was a member of the Kappa Alpha There snrority. She is with the program- mine department of NBC television, and is a producer for WYNY-FM radio. FAIRLEE-Mr. and Mrs. Specht and Katherine Specht Victor lI Specht of Fort and the late Mr. and Mrs. Collins and Red Feather l,ouis Edward Richardson, Lakes, Colorado, have an- Through her mother, she is a nounced the engagement of direct descendant of John their daughter, Christine Kay, Adams, second President of to Raymond DeWitt Mallary the United States. llI, son of the Reverend and Mr. Mallary, whose father is Mrs. R. DeWitt Mallary, Jr., rector of All Saints Episcopal at New York City, Fairlee, and Church in Manhattan, at- Barrington, Nova Scotia. The tended Trinity School, Phillips Exeter Academy, and New York University, and is director of operations for the Leslie A. ttarris Broadcasting Company. tie is the grandson of the IMe Reverend Gordon Decatur Pierce and Mrs. Pierce, and of Mr. and Mrs. R. DeWitt Mallary of Mallary Farm, Fairlee. His uncle is Richard Mallary of Rutland, former Congressman from Vermont. Miss Kay is the grand- His great-grandfather, R. daughter of the late George DeWitt Mallary, was president of American International College in Church IlCA[ Springfield, Mass., and the author of "Lenox and the ENGAGED|Ielen Anne Bonneau of Bradford is engaged to wed Edward Cafferty, Jr., of Norwood, Mass., July II. Helen A. Bonneau, Bradford, to be wed at S. Ryegate Berkshire ttighlands." BIAI)FORD Mr and Mrs. ' Edward Bonneau of Bradford S. RYEGATE--Worship have announced the services on March 1st for the MEETING AT THETFORD engagement at their daughter, Ryegate Presbyterian THETFORD--Pre-Town llelen Anne, to Edward Churches will be held in S. Meeting sponsored by Thet- ('afferty. ,it'., son of Mr. and Ryegate at 10 a.m. and in ford Civic Association, 1:30 Mrs. Edward Cafferty Sr. of Ryegate Corner at ll:30a.m, p.m. March 1, Thetford Norwood, Mass. Rex,. Marion T. Reddingof Elementary School. Miss lonneau is a 1977 llarrisburg, Pa. and Representatives of town graduate of the l!niversity of Delaware, Ohio, will preach groups will answer any as a candidate for minister, questions to the upcoming Everyone is welcome. Town Meeting. / New Spring Fashions Ladies' Coordinates And Dresses Arriving Daily VISA OR MASTER CHARGE WELCOME THE Vermont. She is employed as a teacher at South Boston Children's Center. Mr. Cafferty is employed as a perstmnel representative for l)ala General Corp. in Wesl bare, Mass. A July I I wedding is plan- ned. Daffodil sales to fight cancer Wt)OI)SVILI,E--lt's Daffodil the start of the annualcrusade Day season once again and soon many flowers will be, blooming into golden blossoms of hope. The American Cancer Society's Ammonoosuc Branch of the Grafton North Unit will sponsor "Daffodil Days" between the weeks of March 18-3t in the Greater Ha verhill-W(wlsville Area. The fresh tightly budded daffodils will be flown directly to New ttampshire from the West Coast an8 will be available for sale at various h)cations in local com- munities. In order to make these available to the ltaverhill- Woodsville area residents, the Ammonoosuc Branch is presently searching for a local clubs and organizations to help promote and conduct the event. This special event signifies to raise funds to fight cancer and the daffodil has been selectt because it is the first flower of spring and to many, Lions to give C_MR training BI{AI)FOIH) The Bradford IAons Club will co-sponsor with the (kmnecticut Valley Jayeees Llnother ('I'R (('ardio- pulntonary iesuscilation) i)rogram t his year. lmst year's CPR program was a big success. Dates for this year's program will be set as s(xm as instructors are lined up. For further in- formation, contact Larry (?oft'in or Joe 13utton in Bradford. / Over 95 Years In Downtown Barre We offer the strongest buying prices with the expertise to f t back our offers, Bdng your valuables in to us, we re con- located in theheart of West Lebanon and we'll here permanently. Serving the area since 1976. Marked 10K - 14K - 18K High School & College Rings -Bracelets - Chains - Necklaces - Wedding Rings - Dental Gold - Gold Pocket Watches - Antique Jewelry- Rings - Gold Coins - Bars - etc. , Buying All U,S, & Foreign Silver Coins Buying' All Ster]lng Silver. Items, Collectible or Damaged Buying All Silver Dollars & Silver Proof Sots $$$ WRIST WATCHES $$$ Pleget Men's & Ladles 18K Gold Rolex and model - PLEASE OFFER Patek Phlilippo Men' & Ladies gold cases Relax Pres. 18K Gold Bands. Patek Calendar & Repeater gold cases Universal Calendar - Gold $$$ POCKET WATCHES $$$ Patek Phillippe - Jurgensen - Frodsham - Lange - Dent - Ekegren - Audemars - Meylan - Assmann - Grossman. Capt. - Chronometers - Repeaters - Stop Watches. Calendanl = Enamels. Unusual or Complicated Movements. J Sliver and Gold Bars, eva,able in 1 oz. to 100 oz. bars Krugerrands Maple Leafs 100 Koronas * Mexican Gold Coins Silver Coins * Silver Dollars, Rare Coins, U.S. Gold Coins Appraisal Service * Investment Ser- vi(a Newbury Christian lists honor roll NEWBURY=-The Newbury Second Semester Christian School has an- A Ihmor Roll: Julie Rinaldi, nounced its honor roll: ,lames Fischer, Jeremy Gray, First Semester Abigail Kibb(,. l,inda Smith, 'A lhmor Roll: Korea Way, Mark Flliott. ,lantes l{inaldi. ('hrisline ltol)erts, Christine I'. Ihmor Boll: ('hris Fischer, Boberls, Korea Way, Chris B Ihmor Roll: Jean i{inaldi, Fischer, Samantha Knapp, Lisa Gray, Christine Metilly. (;ary Metilly, Jeff EIliott, Lisa (;ray, .lean l{inaldi. represents the hope of the new season ....... hope for a world free of Cancer. Local clubs and organizations participating in this project will join the fight against cancer and support the Soeiety's programs at the same lime add a bit of beauty and hope to someone's day. Interested groups may ctmlact the Society at 1-800- 562-1112 for further in- forrua tinn. Knapp acting head of Home ; for the Elderly by MARCELLA HOFFMANN WENTWORTH--On the resignation of Kenneth Hardy, superintendent of the Home for the Elderly, Sandy Knapp was appointed Acting Director, Mrs. Knapp started at the Home as an Registered Nurse several years ago. She became staff development director and continued in this capacity until her new ap- pointment was made. She will continue as Acting Director until a new Director is ap- pointed, All the money necessary for the purchase of a special van to move patients has been pledged. The group is now awaiting notification from the Transportation Authority of the approximate date of delivery. They were pleased to learn that it is to be a mini-bus. A Valentine Danceat the 111 Club was enjeyed Thursday evening by 24 residents of the Home and 12 residents of the Grafton County Home. Cml l,00nnis weds lnary E. Gibn:an ORFORD--Mary Elizabeth Windsor, Bradley Ware of Gilman, daughter of Roger Vershire and Kenneth J. and Shirley Gilman of Win- LongsonofEtna. dsor, and Carl Walter Dennis, The bride wore an ivory , Library re.elects officers BRADFORD-The annual White, chairman; Lawrence correspondingsecretary;Eri meeting of the Bradford Coffin, vice chairman; Eastman, auditor; Franc0 Public Library was held Feb. Charles Brainerd, treasurer Hyde and Shirley Conrad 9 and Morris Perry, Mable and Craig White Assistant publicity. llumphrey and Shirley Conrad treasurer; Dorothy Cole, The budget for the were re-electedtrustees, secretary; Janet Fatherley, year was reviewed and Also re-elected were Craig annual report given Bradford nursing home project up for review son of Ralph and Ramona Dennis of Orford, were married Jan. 24 in a double- ring service at the Orford Congregational Church. Sara G. Erickson of Breckenridge, Colo., was matron of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Jody, Jane and Susan Gilman of Windsor, sisters of the bride, Robin MONTPEIAEII--The Project Heview Conmlittec of the Vermont llealth Policy Corp. will consider an application at its Feb. 23 meeting to build a new $984,0(10 facility, River Bend Nursing ltome, at Bra(tlord. It would have 54 beds. Also on the agenda is a French of Windsor, and Celia Campbell of Set auket, N.Y. Arthur Dennis of Orford was his brother's best man, and ushers were David Dennis of Enfield, Henry Gintof Jr., of satin jersey gown with at- proposal for Vermont's first tachcd chapel t rain. The fitted tlealth Maintenance Ix)dice with Queen Anne Organization. the expansion of neckline was trimmed with Burlington's Medical Center Venice lace, and her waltz tiospital, and a proposed length ivory veil was attached addition to Brattleboro to a profile cap. She carried a Memorial ltospital. bouquet of yelh)w roses, white The n)eeting begins at 10 carnation and fern. a.m. in the Pavilion Following a reception at the Audihwium, State Street, Lake Morey Inn in Fairlee, Montpelier. where Breakfast of Cham- pions played for dancing, the couple left on a skiing trip to the White Mountains. Mrs. Dennis is employed at the Lebanon airport and her husband is a self-employed contractor. They are making their home in Etna. Move to save liquor store in Litdeton CONCORD-Sen. Andrew W. Poulsen said that a concerted effort is heing made to protect the Littleton State Liquor Store from being closed. Help has come from Sen. Ralph Hough of Lebanon and Senale President Robert Monier of Goffstown and it is hoped that the Littleton Liquor Store can be kept in operation, Poulsen said. A $410,345 federal grant has been rttuested for further deveh)pment of the Green Mountain ltealth Plan, Ver- mont's firsl HMO (Health Maintenance Organization). Serving Washington and Chittenden counties, the plan is an alternative to health insurance and will provide comprehensive health ser- vices to its members for an annual fee. The committee will forward its recommendation on the project to the full VHPC Board, which will vote on them March 4th. Before the committee for preliminary discussion is the $64 million renovation and expansion project of Burlington's Medical (?enter ttospital. The committee wi/l discuss the dates and method for reviewing the project. Also on the agenda for discussion only is a $1.2 million proposal from Brat- Dohna E. Williamson Former Bmdfol00t girl to be wed WHITE RIVER JCT.-- Helen G. Williamson of White River Jct. and  Edward E. Wil|iamsow also of White River Jet., formerly of Bradford, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Donna Elizabeth Williamson, to Michael E. McLoqd, son of Dr. and Mrs. R. Earl MeLoud of S. Easton, Mass. Ms. Williamson is a 1977 graduate of Hartford High School and is presently in her senior year at the University of Vermont, majoring in Sp#ch Pathology. Mr. McLoud is a 1976 graduate of Xaverian Brothers ttigh School in Westwood, Mass., and 1980 graduate of Accounting at the University of Vermont and is presently employed at A. M. Peisch& Co., Rutland. An August 1 wedding date is set. BABY ARRIVES ST. MARTIN'S EVENT FAIRLEE--Sunday Service will be at 10:30 a.m. at St. Martin's Chapel, Lake Morey Road East, Fairlee, with Rev. William Atkinson preaching on Tuesday, a Pancake supper will be. held at St. Martin's at 6:30 p.m., and on Wednesday; Ash Wednesday Service will be held at 6:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cook of E. tleboro Memorial ltospital to Thelford are parents of a baby add a two-story addition that girl, Lucy Ann, born Feb. 6 at will house the emergency Mary Hitchcock Memorial room, the physical therapy ttospital, department, and a laboratory. ENGAGED--Randy L. Gibson, Woodsville, and Marina Pike, Haverhill, are engaged to be married. Randy L. Gibson to wed Migs Pike ttAVERttlL1,--Mr, and Mrs. ltaverhill, have announced the 1,outs T. Pike of Brook Road, engagement of their daughter, Marina, It, Randy L. Gibson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd R. (;ibsnn, 12 Smith Street, Woodsville. Miss Pike is a 1979 graduate of Wondsville liigh School and 198(i graduat of the New llampton School. She is era- American - LUGGAGE 25%-5 Off!" 00ingY .ou expect trtm00 American Tourister and Sedes 2500. Casual, but elegant, durability and strength needed for en WRh combination locks to keep your route protection. Selection includes belongings safe and Secure, ,and shoulder tote, sport tote, carry-on, flow-molded, scuff-resistant, pullmans, two-suRer and car bags, in heavy-duty vinyl construction for the three handsome colors. American Toudster. It's not just how good it looks... it's how long it looks goodl USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT S Rig SIe Sae No. Pdce Pne g511 St>0 (, $ ]0. S30 ?5?2 7. !W 5250 1750 224 (J () 60 O0 2000 2',26  K, 67 50 22.50 2D2; 2" 9' ( 7 I 25 23 ? 5 2529 I  (W 75.00 25.00 20" 80 iX, 60. 20.00 25tX)  ( 67 50 2250 yOUr l.Mltv DlPArtlmt start St, Johnsbury, Vt. Woodsville, N.H. suqgested eta,I pt. Librarian Laura Dickey. During the calendar 1980 the circulation of material totaled 21,422 13,344 to adults and juveniles. Five hundred and In addition, the committee books were added to will discuss a dozen nursing library, 447 by purchase home proposals, including the 73 as gifts; 292 were Bradford project, that will be books and 228 juvenile reviewed together. The 1979 Certificate of Need law con- Borrowers totaled 902. Of books circulated, 3,885 tains a provision for con- from thestatelibrary. current reviews of similar proposals. In her report, Miss Dic also referred to the Natio Most often applicable to Library Week program, sl nursing homes, the law states hour programs, nurse that "any person wishing to offer or develop a new in- school using the St. room, cooperation with stitutional health service may vices to the submit a competing ap- magazine exchange, plication when a substantially similar application is pending sale, selection and p'oces . . the original application of books. and all competing ap- plications shall be reviewed concurrently." The purpose is to streamline the review process and to allow comparison of ap- plications, instead of judging them simply on a first come, first served basis DIAMONDS. WATCHES We Repair ACCUTRON, TIMEX, and All Makes. HASKELL JEWELERS Littleton. NH 03561 Home Sewers we have more supplies for you New location Airport Road Side of Plaza It's time to start that winter quilt Butterick Pattern and Threads Store Hours Tues.-Thurs. 10-5:0 Fri. 10-8 10-5 Quilt Books, Magazines and Patterns SMALL SAVERS ph)yed as a receptionist at ilair Unlinfiled in Littleton. Mr. Gibson, a 1977 graduate of Woodsville lligh School, is currently a senior at the t;niversily of New llampshire at l)urham. 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