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April 28, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 GRAFTON January January was a pretty quiet month after the big Christmas rush. January&apos;s Birthday Party was sponsored by the Friends in Council of Lisbon. The Home was alive with music, as many members of the group came in to help celebrate the occasion. Members of the group who came ]n were: Barbara Ashley, Virginia McGafney, Jane McKenzie, Bertha Wojis, Joyee Higgins, Natalie Bean, Donna Washborn, Katherine Hall, Mary Clough, Phyllis McClnskey, Margaret Baker, Rev. Susan Hoffman, Marion Calendar. February Next on the list of celebrations was Valentine's Day. A movie ("Ma and Pa Kettle at Wakiki") was shown. The residents also enjoyed a Valentine's Day Dance. Madeline Labounty, Buffy Lack[e, and Rita Lackie came Mr. and Mrs. Norman McLam Iona Chapter 31, OES for the current year were installed at annwersarv he/d a semi-public installation - ceremony Sunday afternoon, e " April 18 in the Masonic Hall. and Mrs. McLam This was a joint installation with Charity Lodge 43, F. & Company in E. Corinth. A.M. House Myrtle, for a time, hetpedher Installed were: Lucille afternoon son in the store in E. Corinth. Wolf, Worthy Matron; and Mrs. They operated a small farm William Wolf, Worthy Patron; in and with their son had laying Jean Wakefield, Associate Wedding chickens forseveralyears. Matron; Joseph Adrien, of the "Norm" mentioned that be Associate Patron; Beatrice had attended every town Moore, Secretary; Meda meeting since he was old Kingborn, Treasurer; Vida enough to vote making a total Perry, Conductress; Karin cake of 61 times. Culbertson, Associate Con- Present to help the McLams ductress ; Linda Moore, sister Mrs. celebrate were members of Chaplain; Phoebe Welch, guest their immediate family-- Mr. Marshal; Helena Kinney, Amoney and Mrs. Gordon McLam, Organist; Frances Hyde, honored Florida, and sons Robie and Ruth; Elizabeth Miller, a purse of Donald of Florida, and Esther; Meryl Morrill, cards. The Frederick of Georgia; Mrs. Martha; Adella Southworth, given a InezSartwell, Montpelier, and Electa; Dorothy Adrien, a family, Ronnie of Morrisville, Warder; Donald Miller, ann[ere. A David of Gloucester, Mass.; Sentinel. was also a James of Montpelier, and Bernice Gaiser as Adah will Janet George of Montpelier; be installed at a later date. daughter of Mr. andMrs. ChesterMcLam, Officers were installed (Mandville) Topsham, and family, Terry, Sunday by Mary Thurber, McLam, Nashua, N.H., Lois Kelty, P.M., as Installing Matron; and Ida Amsterdam, N.Y., and Joyce Elwin Towle, P.P. and Grand were Appleton, E. Corinth; Mr. and Sentinel as Installing Patron; years Mrs. Alfred McLam, E. Natalie Towle, P.M., as all of Corinth, and family, Michael Installing Marshal; Hazel in Topsham of Willlamstown, Norman and Marshall, P.M. as Installing of it being Lois at home. Chaplain; and Helena Kinney, they now The McLams have 15 P.M. as Installing Organist. Worked for grandchildren and 25 great An addenda was presented store now grandchildren nearly all of for Linda Moore, retiring Store in whom were present, worthy matron and William were first Also present were Mr. Wolf, worthy patron, and gifts McLam's sisters, Mr. and of appreciation were he worked Mrs. James Rouhan Sr., presented to them in behaffof in the saw Fairfax, and their son, Mr. the chapter members. rinth. He and Mrs. James Rouhan Jr. of The newly installed Matron, those days W. Acton, Mass.; Mrs. Alice Lucille W01f, was honored an eight Aldrich, Wilder, and Mrs. with an addenda prepared by snow Elizabeth Stimets, Burlington, her mother, Mrs. Mary wintertime and son, Mr. and Mrs. John Thurber, and presented by the this, he Stimets, Burlington. Star Points. She was Over 75 people signed the presented a floral Bobbin guest book. arrangement by the Chapter. COUNTY HOME NEWS[ in and played some festive music. Members of the group music. Everyone enjoyed dancing, eating, and visiting. The sponsor for February's Birthday Party was the Evening Home Dem. of Wondsville. Mr. George Veayo showed some very beautiful and interesting slides. Everyone enjoyed them. Members of the group who helped celebrate the occasion were: Janice Bigelow and Hazel Ames. March March was a pretty busy month. St. Patrick's Day was celebrated with a bit of the green. Almost everyone complied with the occasion, Irish or not, by wearing green. A Bob Hope movie "Son of Paleface" was shown. It was thoroughly enjoyed by all. March's Birthday Party was sponsored by the American Legion of Littleton. Everyone enjoyed another morning filled with joyful Chapter installs officers BRADFORD-- Recently An engraved gavel was also elected womens' officers for presented to Mrs. Wolf by her mother -- one which had been made by a member of their family and used by Mrs. Thurber as Worthy Matron of Evergreen Wood Chapter, E. Windsor Hills, Conn. A dinner was served following the meeting. The committee consisted of Elizabeth Miller, Bernice Hamelin, Donna Wing and Virginia Swenson of Iona Chapter and Mrs. Robert Donnelly and Mrs. Stella Knapp of Minerva Chapter. The Masonic Installation followed the dinner. and their friends who helped celebrate the occasion were: Mary Albany, Elizabeth Goodman, Helen Merge, Hazel Bronson, Mary Clough, Barbara St[rosen, Marion Calendar, Isebell Clough, Gertrude Merrill, and Rev. Susan Hoffman. On March 31, we were again gifted with the lively music of Woody and Suki (Mr. Leon Woodard and Larry Morse). The patients and residents here at the Home look forward to their visits with en- thusiasm. The joy they bring to everyone each time they visit is overwhelming. April This brings us to April. April started out with a few nice warm days and some very cold, snowy ones. Everyone is wondering where Spring is ! On April 1, some students from the Blue Mountain Union High School came in to visit some of the residents. Everyone seemed to enjoy the visit. The rest of the day was spent trying to dodge April Fool jokes. In celebration of Easter, a movie was shown ("The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again"). A Easter Record Hop was planned. Everyone enjoyed the variety of music played for the occasion. Refreshments were served. We would like to thank the groups who sponsored bir- thday parties and en- tertainment throughout the month. There are more ac- tivities and entertainment scheduled for the remaining month of April. We hope that the end of April will bring warmer weather. Lynn Fabrizio 00ven academic honors HANOVER-- A Dartmouth College freshman from N. Haverhill has been cited by a Professor of Russian for outstanding academic achievement during the past erm. She is Lynn H. Fabrizio. The professor of an in- troductory Russian course cited Ms. Fabrizio "for out- standing work in Russian". Ms. Fabrizio is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fabrizio of N. Haverhill. Ms. f l '''-' i QUOTE "Fashion is what one wears oneself; what is unfashionable is what others wear." ()scar Wilde [ DIAMONDS. WATCHES I We Repa,r ACCUTRON. TIMEX and A;I Makes. | Litt)eton, NH 03561 L.___ 003) 444-3351 Mr. and Mrs. Don Hammond FGOWNS Bridal - Bridesmaids - Mothers Prom Gowns and Formals "' u p 0 ' 00o30 3/o o. lh l00mdin.o .ou,, Alison Pollock wed to Don Hammond N. HAVERHILL-- Alison Margaret Pollock, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John Pollock of N. Haverhill became the bride of Don J. Hammond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ham- mond, of N. Haverhill, on April 17 at a ceremony held at the United Methodist Church in N. Haverhill. The Rev. William Sh.afer officiated at the ceremony. The bride wore a full-length gown with a sweetheart neckline trimmed with lace hnd pearls and including a chapel train. Her veil was lace-trimmed and chapel length. The maid of honor was the bride's sister Valerie Pollock of N. Haverhill. The bridesmaids were Lydia Hatch, Carolyn Kimball, Rhonda Wheeler, and Carol Doyle. all [ N ltli. The best man was Brian Hatch of N. Haverhill, a friend of the groom. Ushers were Alan Hammond, brother of the groom; Richard Pollock, brother of the bride; James Pollock, brother of the bride; and Michael Davidson, a friend of the groom. A reception was held at the 111 Club in Woodsy[lie following the ceremony. Alison is a graduate of the Vermont College of Cosmetology and is employed at Sampson and Delilah, a hairdressing shop in Brad- ford. Don is a graduate of Woodsville High School and is employed at the Howard Hatch farm in N. Haverhill. The couple made a " Bermuda fro" e honeymoon. ,Jllel.ql (/00Ig fFor A/l Spetal O(tas00ns t Annual May Sale Selected Calicos $2.59 per yd. Annual May Sale All Cut-Outs $1.50 per yd. Store Tues.-Thurs. 10.5:30 Frl. 10-8 Sat. 10.5 Crompton Corduroy $4.98 per yd. and Charity Lodge meet April 18, Marshall GeorgeE. Durgin. urged to attend and give of- Between installations, a fine support to your new officers, of Iona supper was prepared for the who are as follows: W.M., and consumption by all present. Cecil Lanpher; S.W., Richard 3 of the This was enjoyed by all. Many Swenson; J.W., Noel Gaiser; m Masonic visitors were present from the Treasurer, Joseph Adrian; New England States. They secretary, William Wolf; S.D., Star, Past commented that any travel Robert Wing; J.D., Robert was was much rewarded by the Swenson; S.S., Ronald assisted by fine installation work. Tomlinson; J.S., Richard Elwin The next Masonic meeting is Hedge; Chaplain, William in- April 28, when the first degree Sanborn; Marshall, George L. work will be held at Masonic Durgin; Tyler, Reginald installing Apartments. All brothers are Bagley, and Janitor, Ross Kinney. Penny Placey Penny Piace00 betrothed to Anthony White WOODSVILLE-- Mr. and Mrs. Irving Placey Sr. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Penny Sue Placey, to Anthony Lee White, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,Henry White of E. Corinth. Penny will be a 1982 graduate of Woodsy[lie High School and is recently em- ployed at Peoples Market in Woodsville. Anthony is a 1979 graduate of Oxbow High School and is recently employed at P&H Truck Stop in Wells River. sponsored by the Connecticut of Barnet, Vt. The wedding is being Valley Swingers and the caller Miss Wilson is a student at planned for June 19, 1982. will be Al Monty. lad receives Eagle Scout award ! C. ABBOTT Pete Simano and his parents, Bethany Church of of a Sunday When Harry aano, Jr., Scout to his 18th i5. After an Debra the large Adrian rating the American everyone a The of and the Scout as Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Simano, Sr. to the front where Karl Bruckner read a resume of the accomplishments of Pete which lead to the award. Highlight of the evening was the presentation of the Eagle Scout Award by former Governor of New Hampshire, Meldrim Thomson. Thomson told Pete that anything a man could dream about doing, he could do if he tried. He en- couraged the lad to work for even higher goals in his life. The closing words by George Karner were followed by a social hour and refresh- ments including a cake decorated by Mrs. Hiram Hanson with the Eagle Scout Emblem on it. Of great interest was that the following men who at- tended the ceremony were also Eagle Scouts: Former Governor Thomson, Mr. Smith, Mr. Davis, Mr. Bruckner, and Mr. Karner.. Young Simano is son of Mr. and Mrs, Harry Simano who operate Pike Station Store. They have four other sons, all either Boy Scouts or Cub Scouts. The older Simanos were chosen Community Citizens of the Year 1. for outstanding community services they rendered. Fabrizio is a 1981 graduate of Woodsville High School, where activities,She was class,  " I MOIlrS DAY I valedictorian and involved in[ many including t ( student council, National '-- '1 ,i GIFI  ! Honor Society, hand, drama,  yearbook, and the cross .... country skiing and running i teams. FROM i Citation winners are quite S SHOP unusual among the 4,000 undergraduates on the Dare tmouth campus, as members i IHOVE Y i I of the faculty are invited to when a student's work is, sufficiently distinguish, ed to merit special recognition., ...... : Such citations are rare, and 1 : ....... relatively few are submitted  h each term. Dartmouth is the ninth ) L* U8 GI W"p { oldest college in the nation and Brenda Wilson to t r00,m the norternmost of the Ivy League group. I For You FREE PLANNED -- . rs. Mr. Bogie attended Blue BRADFORD--Therewillbea Robert Wilson of Groton have Mountain Union and is Club Level Square Dance on announced the engagement of presently employed on the May 1 at the Oxbow High their daughter Brenda Jean Wilson Farm. No date has School Cafeteria starting at Wilson to Kelly Ray Bogie son been set for the wedding, t Woodjvflle., N.H. St. Johtu'y 8:00 p.m. The dance is being of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bogie  Vt, Christian singers -- Harry E. "Pete" Simano Blue Mountain Union. 7 Abbott, he six other and  to award With an He also of Pike in- The following speech was presented by Mr. Karl Bruekner and written by Mrs. Richard Abbott at the Eagle Scout ceremony. HARRY E. ("PETE") SIMANO That hapPY grin reflecting his understanding and concern for mankind is only one reason Har E. Simano, Jr. is affectionately called "Pete" by his multitude of friends. Since a tender age, Pete has demonstrated leadership qualities. He has been active in 4-H, Cub Scouts, Sunday School, Church and Community Affairs. He has always been determined to be a Boy Scout. When attempts to organize a troop in the Pike area failed, Pete traveled to Orford, N.H. for two years to belong to that Scout Troop under the able leadership of Mr. Gerald Davis and Scoutmaster Russell Smith. Later Pete and his brother Scott became Lone Scouts under the guidance of Mr. Richard Abbott of Pike. It was in 1978 that Mr. Peter Ely was successful in starting Troop No. 152 of which Pete Simano was made patrol Leader. Later in 1979, Mr. George Karner, himself an Eagle Scout, became Scoutmaster of the Troop. Pete is one of five original members of that Troop who are still members. From Patrol Leader, Pete was advanced to Senior Patrol Leader and on upwards to Junior Scoutmaster. He plans to continue and will attend camp this summer with his fellow Scouts. Pete does not limit his activities to Scouting. In school he has played clarinet and saxophone since his fifth grade. He participa._t,,in Junior High Drama Class. He won second place in Dinosaurs and Computers". He engaged in Science Fair projects. Pete completed five years of French and speaks French fluently. He is a member of both Junior High and Senior High Honor Societies. eSCorted Pete has been outstanding as an organizer in the community in true Boy Scout fashion. He not only acted in the past six annual Community Christmas plays at Grange, he helped put together an orchestra of eight to 17 year olds who played at the last Community Christmas Program. This same group of young people has presented religious plays and music for regular and Christmas services at Church. Young Pete is credited with being Worship Leader at several Church services. He sings in the Youth Choir and with the Annual Christmas Carollers each holiday season to cheer shut-ins. When the need arises be will take a turn playing the Church organ for services there. After his confirmation in June, Pete will become a member of Bethany Church of Pike. There is no saying where his undertakings in this Church work may lead him. As a Scout he never fails to find new community and school and family projects. He manages time for volun- teer time at Glencliff Home For The Elderly, distributes gifts to shut-ins at holiday season, and works on Church Suppers. Since age 11, he has worked summers at the farm of Mr. William Grimes of Pike. As a Community Boy Scout project, Pete worked with Mr. Luther Wheeler restoring and caring for local cemeteries. Besides these duties he finds time to clerk and stock shelves in his parents' store. Pete will graduate from high school in June and has been accepted in three colleges with a leaning toward UNH. He will study Science, Math and Computers. He will be a credit to any school he picks showing the same in- terest and dedication to gaining the high goals that have always been his aim in his young life. It is said that"PICKY PEOPLE PICK PIKE". It is also true that "PIKE PEOPLE PICK PETE"! in Bradford BRADFORD-- Thereligious entertainment group Victory Song and will be ministering singing May 9, 1982 m)rning at the Old Bradford Academy Auditorium, Main Street, Bradford, Vt., 10:00 a.m. Victory Song consists of Michael and Maria Martel, their son Jacob, and daughter Suzanne. Mike plays guitar, Maria plays piano, and they are joined by six-year-old Jacob on drums, with four- year-old Susanne singing to God's glory. UNION 36 SCHOOL BOARD CORINTH-- There will be a special meeting for the Union 36 School Board on Thursday, | April 29 at the Union 36 Elementary School starting at 7:30 p.m. The meeting was called at the request of board chairman Stephen Otterman and will be held in executive session to discuss teacher rkk,. negotiations. ---, The Evangelical Free Church believes: "In the bodily resurrection of the dead; of the believer to everlasting blessed- ness and joy with the Lord, of the unbe}iever to judgment and everlasting conscious punishment." Preparation for a future life begins by an acceptance of Jesus Christ as personal Savior. You can hear more about/esus Christ at: Bradford Evangelical Free Chu00 Wurship ,',rvice I 1:00 Sunday School 9:45 II()U'I'E 5 I,OWER PI,AIN Bill Wick. M. l)iv., Pastor / < 802 ) 222-!H121 ff/I L CLEANERS Vow omploto lotkint ro center For pick-up and doUvery service i , , ,, , Phone 444-2742 I't[ ]iJRl P,ke N h McLAM's STORL E. Corinth, Vt. FAIRLEE GEHERAL, Foirlee, Vt, ORR)RDVILL[ STORE, Orfordville, H.H BATH VARIETY STORE, Both, N.H. GROTON GENERAL STORE, Groton, Vt. SOUTH RYEGATE STORL South Ryegote, Vt. WESRN AUTO STORE, Brodford, Vt. MERRILLS' IHSU RANCE OFFICE, Lisbon, NH., Call collect' ) April 28, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 GRAFTON January January was a pretty quiet month after the big Christmas rush. January's Birthday Party was sponsored by the Friends in Council of Lisbon. The Home was alive with music, as many members of the group came in to help celebrate the occasion. Members of the group who came ]n were: Barbara Ashley, Virginia McGafney, Jane McKenzie, Bertha Wojis, Joyee Higgins, Natalie Bean, Donna Washborn, Katherine Hall, Mary Clough, Phyllis McClnskey, Margaret Baker, Rev. Susan Hoffman, Marion Calendar. February Next on the list of celebrations was Valentine's Day. A movie ("Ma and Pa Kettle at Wakiki") was shown. The residents also enjoyed a Valentine's Day Dance. Madeline Labounty, Buffy Lack[e, and Rita Lackie came Mr. and Mrs. Norman McLam Iona Chapter 31, OES for the current year were installed at annwersarv he/d a semi-public installation - ceremony Sunday afternoon, e " April 18 in the Masonic Hall. and Mrs. McLam This was a joint installation with Charity Lodge 43, F. & Company in E. Corinth. A.M. House Myrtle, for a time, hetpedher Installed were: Lucille afternoon son in the store in E. Corinth. Wolf, Worthy Matron; and Mrs. They operated a small farm William Wolf, Worthy Patron; in and with their son had laying Jean Wakefield, Associate Wedding chickens forseveralyears. Matron; Joseph Adrien, of the "Norm" mentioned that be Associate Patron; Beatrice had attended every town Moore, Secretary; Meda meeting since he was old Kingborn, Treasurer; Vida enough to vote making a total Perry, Conductress; Karin cake of 61 times. Culbertson, Associate Con- Present to help the McLams ductress ; Linda Moore, sister Mrs. celebrate were members of Chaplain; Phoebe Welch, guest their immediate family-- Mr. Marshal; Helena Kinney, Amoney and Mrs. Gordon McLam, Organist; Frances Hyde, honored Florida, and sons Robie and Ruth; Elizabeth Miller, a purse of Donald of Florida, and Esther; Meryl Morrill, cards. The Frederick of Georgia; Mrs. Martha; Adella Southworth, given a InezSartwell, Montpelier, and Electa; Dorothy Adrien, a family, Ronnie of Morrisville, Warder; Donald Miller, ann[ere. A David of Gloucester, Mass.; Sentinel. was also a James of Montpelier, and Bernice Gaiser as Adah will Janet George of Montpelier; be installed at a later date. daughter of Mr. andMrs. ChesterMcLam, Officers were installed (Mandville) Topsham, and family, Terry, Sunday by Mary Thurber, McLam, Nashua, N.H., Lois Kelty, P.M., as Installing Matron; and Ida Amsterdam, N.Y., and Joyce Elwin Towle, P.P. and Grand were Appleton, E. Corinth; Mr. and Sentinel as Installing Patron; years Mrs. Alfred McLam, E. Natalie Towle, P.M., as all of Corinth, and family, Michael Installing Marshal; Hazel in Topsham of Willlamstown, Norman and Marshall, P.M. as Installing of it being Lois at home. Chaplain; and Helena Kinney, they now The McLams have 15 P.M. as Installing Organist. Worked for grandchildren and 25 great An addenda was presented store now grandchildren nearly all of for Linda Moore, retiring Store in whom were present, worthy matron and William were first Also present were Mr. Wolf, worthy patron, and gifts McLam's sisters, Mr. and of appreciation were he worked Mrs. James Rouhan Sr., presented to them in behaffof in the saw Fairfax, and their son, Mr. the chapter members. rinth. He and Mrs. James Rouhan Jr. of The newly installed Matron, those days W. Acton, Mass.; Mrs. Alice Lucille W01f, was honored an eight Aldrich, Wilder, and Mrs. with an addenda prepared by snow Elizabeth Stimets, Burlington, her mother, Mrs. Mary wintertime and son, Mr. and Mrs. John Thurber, and presented by the this, he Stimets, Burlington. Star Points. She was Over 75 people signed the presented a floral Bobbin guest book. arrangement by the Chapter. COUNTY HOME NEWS[ in and played some festive music. Members of the group music. Everyone enjoyed dancing, eating, and visiting. The sponsor for February's Birthday Party was the Evening Home Dem. of Wondsville. Mr. George Veayo showed some very beautiful and interesting slides. Everyone enjoyed them. Members of the group who helped celebrate the occasion were: Janice Bigelow and Hazel Ames. March March was a pretty busy month. St. Patrick's Day was celebrated with a bit of the green. Almost everyone complied with the occasion, Irish or not, by wearing green. A Bob Hope movie "Son of Paleface" was shown. It was thoroughly enjoyed by all. March's Birthday Party was sponsored by the American Legion of Littleton. Everyone enjoyed another morning filled with joyful Chapter installs officers BRADFORD-- Recently An engraved gavel was also elected womens' officers for presented to Mrs. Wolf by her mother -- one which had been made by a member of their family and used by Mrs. Thurber as Worthy Matron of Evergreen Wood Chapter, E. Windsor Hills, Conn. A dinner was served following the meeting. The committee consisted of Elizabeth Miller, Bernice Hamelin, Donna Wing and Virginia Swenson of Iona Chapter and Mrs. Robert Donnelly and Mrs. Stella Knapp of Minerva Chapter. The Masonic Installation followed the dinner. and their friends who helped celebrate the occasion were: Mary Albany, Elizabeth Goodman, Helen Merge, Hazel Bronson, Mary Clough, Barbara St[rosen, Marion Calendar, Isebell Clough, Gertrude Merrill, and Rev. Susan Hoffman. On March 31, we were again gifted with the lively music of Woody and Suki (Mr. Leon Woodard and Larry Morse). The patients and residents here at the Home look forward to their visits with en- thusiasm. The joy they bring to everyone each time they visit is overwhelming. April This brings us to April. April started out with a few nice warm days and some very cold, snowy ones. Everyone is wondering where Spring is ! On April 1, some students from the Blue Mountain Union High School came in to visit some of the residents. Everyone seemed to enjoy the visit. The rest of the day was spent trying to dodge April Fool jokes. In celebration of Easter, a movie was shown ("The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again"). A Easter Record Hop was planned. Everyone enjoyed the variety of music played for the occasion. Refreshments were served. We would like to thank the groups who sponsored bir- thday parties and en- tertainment throughout the month. There are more ac- tivities and entertainment scheduled for the remaining month of April. We hope that the end of April will bring warmer weather. Lynn Fabrizio 00ven academic honors HANOVER-- A Dartmouth College freshman from N. Haverhill has been cited by a Professor of Russian for outstanding academic achievement during the past erm. She is Lynn H. Fabrizio. The professor of an in- troductory Russian course cited Ms. Fabrizio "for out- standing work in Russian". Ms. Fabrizio is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fabrizio of N. Haverhill. Ms. f l '''-' i QUOTE "Fashion is what one wears oneself; what is unfashionable is what others wear." ()scar Wilde [ DIAMONDS. WATCHES I We Repa,r ACCUTRON. TIMEX and A;I Makes. | Litt)eton, NH 03561 L.___ 003) 444-3351 Mr. and Mrs. Don Hammond FGOWNS Bridal - Bridesmaids - Mothers Prom Gowns and Formals "' u p 0 ' 00o30 3/o o. lh l00mdin.o .ou,, Alison Pollock wed to Don Hammond N. HAVERHILL-- Alison Margaret Pollock, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John Pollock of N. Haverhill became the bride of Don J. Hammond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ham- mond, of N. Haverhill, on April 17 at a ceremony held at the United Methodist Church in N. Haverhill. The Rev. William Sh.afer officiated at the ceremony. The bride wore a full-length gown with a sweetheart neckline trimmed with lace hnd pearls and including a chapel train. Her veil was lace-trimmed and chapel length. The maid of honor was the bride's sister Valerie Pollock of N. Haverhill. The bridesmaids were Lydia Hatch, Carolyn Kimball, Rhonda Wheeler, and Carol Doyle. all [ N ltli. The best man was Brian Hatch of N. Haverhill, a friend of the groom. Ushers were Alan Hammond, brother of the groom; Richard Pollock, brother of the bride; James Pollock, brother of the bride; and Michael Davidson, a friend of the groom. A reception was held at the 111 Club in Woodsy[lie following the ceremony. Alison is a graduate of the Vermont College of Cosmetology and is employed at Sampson and Delilah, a hairdressing shop in Brad- ford. Don is a graduate of Woodsville High School and is employed at the Howard Hatch farm in N. Haverhill. The couple made a " Bermuda fro" e honeymoon. ,Jllel.ql (/00Ig fFor A/l Spetal O(tas00ns t Annual May Sale Selected Calicos $2.59 per yd. Annual May Sale All Cut-Outs $1.50 per yd. Store Tues.-Thurs. 10.5:30 Frl. 10-8 Sat. 10.5 Crompton Corduroy $4.98 per yd. and Charity Lodge meet April 18, Marshall GeorgeE. Durgin. urged to attend and give of- Between installations, a fine support to your new officers, of Iona supper was prepared for the who are as follows: W.M., and consumption by all present. Cecil Lanpher; S.W., Richard 3 of the This was enjoyed by all. Many Swenson; J.W., Noel Gaiser; m Masonic visitors were present from the Treasurer, Joseph Adrian; New England States. They secretary, William Wolf; S.D., Star, Past commented that any travel Robert Wing; J.D., Robert was was much rewarded by the Swenson; S.S., Ronald assisted by fine installation work. Tomlinson; J.S., Richard Elwin The next Masonic meeting is Hedge; Chaplain, William in- April 28, when the first degree Sanborn; Marshall, George L. work will be held at Masonic Durgin; Tyler, Reginald installing Apartments. All brothers are Bagley, and Janitor, Ross Kinney. Penny Placey Penny Piace00 betrothed to Anthony White WOODSVILLE-- Mr. and Mrs. Irving Placey Sr. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Penny Sue Placey, to Anthony Lee White, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,Henry White of E. Corinth. Penny will be a 1982 graduate of Woodsy[lie High School and is recently em- ployed at Peoples Market in Woodsville. Anthony is a 1979 graduate of Oxbow High School and is recently employed at P&H Truck Stop in Wells River. sponsored by the Connecticut of Barnet, Vt. The wedding is being Valley Swingers and the caller Miss Wilson is a student at planned for June 19, 1982. will be Al Monty. lad receives Eagle Scout award ! C. ABBOTT Pete Simano and his parents, Bethany Church of of a Sunday When Harry aano, Jr., Scout to his 18th i5. After an Debra the large Adrian rating the American everyone a The of and the Scout as Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Simano, Sr. to the front where Karl Bruckner read a resume of the accomplishments of Pete which lead to the award. Highlight of the evening was the presentation of the Eagle Scout Award by former Governor of New Hampshire, Meldrim Thomson. Thomson told Pete that anything a man could dream about doing, he could do if he tried. He en- couraged the lad to work for even higher goals in his life. The closing words by George Karner were followed by a social hour and refresh- ments including a cake decorated by Mrs. Hiram Hanson with the Eagle Scout Emblem on it. Of great interest was that the following men who at- tended the ceremony were also Eagle Scouts: Former Governor Thomson, Mr. Smith, Mr. Davis, Mr. Bruckner, and Mr. Karner.. Young Simano is son of Mr. and Mrs, Harry Simano who operate Pike Station Store. They have four other sons, all either Boy Scouts or Cub Scouts. The older Simanos were chosen Community Citizens of the Year 1. for outstanding community services they rendered. Fabrizio is a 1981 graduate of Woodsville High School, where activities,She was class,  " I MOIlrS DAY I valedictorian and involved in[ many including t ( student council, National '-- '1 ,i GIFI  ! Honor Society, hand, drama,  yearbook, and the cross .... country skiing and running i teams. FROM i Citation winners are quite S SHOP unusual among the 4,000 undergraduates on the Dare tmouth campus, as members i IHOVE Y i I of the faculty are invited to when a student's work is, sufficiently distinguish, ed to merit special recognition., ...... : Such citations are rare, and 1 : ....... relatively few are submitted  h each term. Dartmouth is the ninth ) L* U8 GI W"p { oldest college in the nation and Brenda Wilson to t r00,m the norternmost of the Ivy League group. I For You FREE PLANNED -- . rs. Mr. Bogie attended Blue BRADFORD--Therewillbea Robert Wilson of Groton have Mountain Union and is Club Level Square Dance on announced the engagement of presently employed on the May 1 at the Oxbow High their daughter Brenda Jean Wilson Farm. No date has School Cafeteria starting at Wilson to Kelly Ray Bogie son been set for the wedding, t Woodjvflle., N.H. St. Johtu'y 8:00 p.m. The dance is being of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bogie  Vt, Christian singers -- Harry E. "Pete" Simano Blue Mountain Union. 7 Abbott, he six other and  to award With an He also of Pike in- The following speech was presented by Mr. Karl Bruekner and written by Mrs. Richard Abbott at the Eagle Scout ceremony. HARRY E. ("PETE") SIMANO That hapPY grin reflecting his understanding and concern for mankind is only one reason Har E. Simano, Jr. is affectionately called "Pete" by his multitude of friends. Since a tender age, Pete has demonstrated leadership qualities. He has been active in 4-H, Cub Scouts, Sunday School, Church and Community Affairs. He has always been determined to be a Boy Scout. When attempts to organize a troop in the Pike area failed, Pete traveled to Orford, N.H. for two years to belong to that Scout Troop under the able leadership of Mr. Gerald Davis and Scoutmaster Russell Smith. Later Pete and his brother Scott became Lone Scouts under the guidance of Mr. Richard Abbott of Pike. It was in 1978 that Mr. Peter Ely was successful in starting Troop No. 152 of which Pete Simano was made patrol Leader. Later in 1979, Mr. George Karner, himself an Eagle Scout, became Scoutmaster of the Troop. Pete is one of five original members of that Troop who are still members. From Patrol Leader, Pete was advanced to Senior Patrol Leader and on upwards to Junior Scoutmaster. He plans to continue and will attend camp this summer with his fellow Scouts. Pete does not limit his activities to Scouting. In school he has played clarinet and saxophone since his fifth grade. He participa._t,,in Junior High Drama Class. He won second place in Dinosaurs and Computers". He engaged in Science Fair projects. Pete completed five years of French and speaks French fluently. He is a member of both Junior High and Senior High Honor Societies. eSCorted Pete has been outstanding as an organizer in the community in true Boy Scout fashion. He not only acted in the past six annual Community Christmas plays at Grange, he helped put together an orchestra of eight to 17 year olds who played at the last Community Christmas Program. This same group of young people has presented religious plays and music for regular and Christmas services at Church. Young Pete is credited with being Worship Leader at several Church services. He sings in the Youth Choir and with the Annual Christmas Carollers each holiday season to cheer shut-ins. When the need arises be will take a turn playing the Church organ for services there. After his confirmation in June, Pete will become a member of Bethany Church of Pike. There is no saying where his undertakings in this Church work may lead him. As a Scout he never fails to find new community and school and family projects. He manages time for volun- teer time at Glencliff Home For The Elderly, distributes gifts to shut-ins at holiday season, and works on Church Suppers. Since age 11, he has worked summers at the farm of Mr. William Grimes of Pike. As a Community Boy Scout project, Pete worked with Mr. Luther Wheeler restoring and caring for local cemeteries. Besides these duties he finds time to clerk and stock shelves in his parents' store. Pete will graduate from high school in June and has been accepted in three colleges with a leaning toward UNH. He will study Science, Math and Computers. He will be a credit to any school he picks showing the same in- terest and dedication to gaining the high goals that have always been his aim in his young life. It is said that"PICKY PEOPLE PICK PIKE". It is also true that "PIKE PEOPLE PICK PETE"! in Bradford BRADFORD-- Thereligious entertainment group Victory Song and will be ministering singing May 9, 1982 m)rning at the Old Bradford Academy Auditorium, Main Street, Bradford, Vt., 10:00 a.m. Victory Song consists of Michael and Maria Martel, their son Jacob, and daughter Suzanne. Mike plays guitar, Maria plays piano, and they are joined by six-year-old Jacob on drums, with four- year-old Susanne singing to God's glory. UNION 36 SCHOOL BOARD CORINTH-- There will be a special meeting for the Union 36 School Board on Thursday, | April 29 at the Union 36 Elementary School starting at 7:30 p.m. The meeting was called at the request of board chairman Stephen Otterman and will be held in executive session to discuss teacher rkk,. negotiations. ---, The Evangelical Free Church believes: "In the bodily resurrection of the dead; of the believer to everlasting blessed- ness and joy with the Lord, of the unbe}iever to judgment and everlasting conscious punishment." Preparation for a future life begins by an acceptance of Jesus Christ as personal Savior. You can hear more about/esus Christ at: Bradford Evangelical Free Chu00 Wurship ,',rvice I 1:00 Sunday School 9:45 II()U'I'E 5 I,OWER PI,AIN Bill Wick. M. l)iv., Pastor / < 802 ) 222-!H121 ff/I L CLEANERS Vow omploto lotkint ro center For pick-up and doUvery service i , , ,, , Phone 444-2742 I't[ ]iJRl P,ke N h McLAM's STORL E. Corinth, Vt. 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