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May 12, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 YEARS AS LIBRARIAN-- Bradford Laura Dickey works at her typewriter and by her successor, Doris Honig of W. Center. Miss Dickey submitted her to the board of trustees on April 28. The regrets and hired Mrs. Honig who working with Miss Dickey. A native of Miss Dickey has been librarian since 1936, she is now loaning books to the third of families. Mrs. Honig has a Bachelor of gree in Library Science from Simmons has been branch library assistant at the t Dartmouth College. Earlier, she at the Widener Library at Harvard and at N.J., Public Library. The two )rking together for a time. Speare gets adminisWator HOFFMANN The lobby and the nurses' In celebration station were redecorated by Hospital Week the L. W. Packard Fund. the Auxiliary of Following the tours a social Hospital in hour with refreshments and a reception in music was enjoyed under a new ad- tent in the parking lot. David Pearse, Thursday, May 13, will be House on Senior Citizens' Day; Friday, Employees Day. tours Throughout Hospital Week, to show the emergency staff will offer rooms free cardiac risk screening. people with For each person, between 30 offered, and 62, a microprocessor 16 areas were program and five basic risk factors will be used to determine the chance of developing coronary heart disease within the next 12 years. For older and young people ideal weight and blood pressure will be determined. If your risk is too high, you can act now to reduce it. Cardiac screening will be done Monday to Friday from 2:00 to 4:00 and 6:00 to 8:00; Saturday, May 15 from 2:00 to 6:00. Oxbow hosts annual Day of Competition BRADFORD-- The Oxbow structors at the opening High School Future Business assembly. Leaders of America sponsored its annual Day of Competition on Thursday, April 29, 1982. Approximately 155 students from 10 area high schools came to compete in the following skills: Accounting I and II, Clerical, Shorthand I and II, and Typing I and II. Schools represented included the following: Blue Mountain Union High School, Hartford High School, Lamoille Union High School, Middlebury Union High School, Northfield Junior-Senior High School, Otter Valley Union High School, St. Johnsbury Academy, Spaulding High School, Vergennes Union High School, and Whitcomb High School. Brenda Oliver, FBLA local Chapter President, welcomed the students and their in- The tests were prepared, administered, and scored by Mrs. Barbara Foley and four students from the Business Education Program at Castleton State College. Trophies were awarded to the three top business students. In addition a trophy was awarded to the student with the highest point average in each of the events. Second, third, and honorable mention ribbons were also awarded in each event. The awards were presented by Gina Wheeler, FBLA local Vice President, and Janice Emerson, FBLA Treasurer. Gina Wheeler, a senior in the Office Occupations program at Oxbow, placed second in the Clerical com- petition. Oliver Corneau resigns as Parish Council president WARREN-- At the St. John Vianney Parish Council meeting, May 3, President Oliver Comeau announced his resignation for the reason that he and Mrs. Comeau were planning on doing some ex- tensive traveling in their new recreational vehicle. As his successor he nominated Mrs. Vincent Murphy, whose father, Walter Ballard, had done so much for the chapel when it was star- ted. The group regretfully ac- cepted Mr. Comeau's resignation and unanimously voted Mrs. Murphy in. Continuing in their present offices are: James Mauchley, vice president; Robert LaRoss, treasurer; Alice Melanson, secretary. First Communion Day will he Sunday, May 30. Chris LaMontagne is in charge of the class and is arranging a coffee following the mass. Connecticut Valley Chapter 42 ORFORD-- March 29 was the occasion of the visitation of the Deputy Grand Matron Elizabeth F. Day, assisted by the Deputy Grand Patron Ivan J. Saunders and Deputy Grand Marshall Barbara J. Bisslell. All enjoyed dinner at 6:30 p.m.; a reception was held irl the chapter room at 7:30 p.m. for W.M. Ethel P. Mack, honoring her appointment as Grand Representative to the State of Illinois. A total of 49 members, Grand Officers, Past Grand Officers and Distinguished Guests attended the meeting at 8:00 p.m. A generous donation was given at this meeting to the Worthy Grand Matron's Project, Heart Research, in . loving memory of our Brother, Maurice A. Roberts. The Sunshine Collection at this meeting was also donated to this worthy cuse. A regular meeting of Connecticut Valley Chapter 42 was held on Monday, April II. There were 19 in attendance with W.M. Ethel Mack and W.P. Douglas Rolfe presiding in the East. Sitor Dorothy Anderson was presented a 25 year pin at this meeting. Our honored member also received a corsage and was given a tribute by currently-serving star points. Plans are, at this time, being formulated by both Masons and O.E.S. for the Annual Masonic Bmquet to be held on May 22. Refreshments of raised donuts and new syrup were served following the meeting. ROAST BEEF AND HAM DINNER ORFORD-- The 26th annual Mt. Cube Lodge Roast Beef and Ham Dinner will he held on Saturday, May 22 at the Memorial Hall in Orford. Plenty of homemade food is planned to be available complete with a salad bar and homemade pies. Servings will be from 6:30 p.m. untilall are served. Tickets, $6.50 at the door. The dinner is sponsored by the Mt. Cube Masonic Lodge and Connecticut Valley Chapter 42 Order of the Eastern Star. INTERESTING FACT The oldest continuously inhabited city in existence is Damascus in Syria. INTERESTING FACT The first photograph of a President in office was made of President James Polk in 1849. Stuart and Deborah McDanolds Debortm Bu00v weds Stuart McDat N. HAVERHILL-- Deborah Vickie Tatro of Barnet, Vt., a Jean Blay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Blay of Lisbon, became the bride of Stuart Alan McDanolds, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard McDanolds of N. Haverhill, on April 10 at the ceremony held at the home of the groom. The Rev. William Sharer officiated the ceremony. The bride wore an eggshell gown of organza and carried a bouquet of pink sweetheart roses, carnations and daisies with an eggshell lace ribbon. The matron of honor was . ,rrt friend of the bride. The best man was Kenneth Blaisdell of N. Haverhill, a cousin of the groom. A reception at the same location was held following the ceremony. Deborah is a 1980 graduate of Lisbon Regional High School. Stuart attended Woodsville High School and is employed at his family's farm in N. Haverhill. The couple now reside in N. Haverhill. VERSHIRE-- A most delightful luncheon, a "Bring a friend luncheon" was held at the Town Ctr. in Vershire, Vt. sponsored by the Merrie Marthas of the Vershire Bible Church. Over 40 ladies were in attendance. After partaking of a bountiful lunch, everyone went upstairs in the auditorium to listen to Mrs. Grace Hallas of St. Johnsbury, Vt. This gracious lady gave an informative and most helpful talk on hearing and listening to God, made even more so as she brought the message out by using different situations in her own family. There was also a time of INTERESTING FACT Approximately 69 percent of Americans read a newspaper at least once a day. f l,o.,., i )e Prevention conference to be held FAIRLEE-- The third annual Statewide Prevention Con- ference will be held again this year at the Lake Morey Inn in Fairlee, Vt., on May 20 and 21. The focus of the conference will be on the family. Dr. Steve Glenn will be the keynote speaker. Dr. Glenn will also present a workshop on parenting skills. The banquet on Thursday evening will he highlighted by a speech by former Vermont Governor Phil Heft. The conference planning committee members include people from the state Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division, Champlain Drug and Alcohol Anyone interested in dealing For more information and with the issues of drug and registration materials contact delinquency prevention and the Vermont Alcohol and Drug health promotion in their Abuse Division, 103 South community is encouraged to Main Street, Waterbury, Vt., attend. 05676, (802) 241-2170. FGOWNS Bridal - Bridesmaids - Mothers Prom Gowns and Formals 0000300/o Off .. 13=00= u 'i ROUTE 26. WEmlrlrH 7 0,vs Wm lO:O041:m Services in Burlington, ' ..... Lamoille County Mental , , ,  ". Health, and the Vermont i!!i Commission on the [ Karm s Fabrzcs Administration of Justice. They have put together an array of workshops which are designed to appeal to professionals and lay persons alike. Topics will include effective parenting methods, family health, parents groups, youth groups, drug information for parents, delinquency prevention theories and strategies, and the Quest curriculum. There will also he a film festival on both days. The goals of the Vermont Prevention Conference are first -- to offer a forum for Prevention-Health Promotion, second -- to generate and strengthen a network of community people caring about Prevention-Health Promotion, and third -- to generate"action for Preven- tion-Health Promotion in communities. M00trtha's meet GRAND UNION SHOPPING PLAZA BARITE, VT. SEMI-ANNUAL SALE L D,e "Show and Tell" by some of The June meeting will be the members with their held at Diane Mattoon's home. hobbies which was most in- Quilt blocks were passed out. teresting. The meeting was adjourned The girls of The Christian with prayer. Academy sang several songs under the able direction of Mrs. Arvilla Towle. This luncheon idea was very well received and we are sure all are looking forward to next year:s luncheon Merrie Marthas Meeting The Merrie Marthas of the Vershire Bible Church held their May meeting at the home of Helen Ward in Ver- shire with 15 ladies present. The president, Jeanine Ricker, opened the meeting with prayer, and then went on to study the book Women of the Bible. Rebecca was the lady studied for this month. COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES BRADFORD-- A Community After a delicious luncheon, Health Services Inc., Town the business meeting was Nurse will be at the Bradford held. Lois Doyle brought the Senior Center on Wednesday, Blessing of the Month. Plans May 26 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 for a father and son banquet p.m. The nurse will be were discussed. The regular checking hypertension, weight reports were read and ac- and anemia, cepted. Bradford church to hold annual meetint00 BRADFORD-- The 171st Annual Meeting of the Congregational Church of the United Church of Christ in Bradford will be held on Thursday, May 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the church vestry. The meeting will include voting on reports for the year of 1981-82; voting on an amendment to the church's bylaws and constitution; and approval of the church's budget for the year of 1982-83. Alison Brierly, an AFS -exchange student from New Zaland, will present a slide presentation of her country prior to the business meeting. May 16--10 AM to 4 PM (Sunday : ,[lnly ) :? Special Savings on Fabrics /:J throughout the store.. /]i M::.H?t .U9R:: . :___M9"p 5MP.'Mridays / i i'i II I la..- w00s, for the GRADUATE! THE DAUGHTER'S RING by Market Creations THE GIFT wITH / A MILLION MEMORIES The gift that says "CONGRATULATIONS" in a special way. Her birthstone ... between her parents' birthstones, a reminder of family love and affection. The egn ,s atenleO Sterling Silver $2995 The name s egslered S. F. MeA///ste, Quality Jowelors Since 1923 Woodsville00 N. H. Tel. a,m: Selected elec- machine interest. The ry a'hd and so not Lodge No. 86 F&AM and Charity Lodge No. 43 F&AM, of Corinth and Bradford respectively, on May 8, held a joint masonic function. The occasion was the Third Annual Table Lodge. The lodge officers responsible for the evening of serious instruction and fine Calicos MASONIC NEWS J Bath church be00s fundraising Selendv  $2.59peryd. k BRADFORD-- tS i , Minerva Masonic Apartmen effort for church's insulation in Who's Who A..., NEWBURY-- Some Newbury May May Sale Sale Bradford," Vt. A highlight of the evening was an in- BATH-- At a meeting of the Rev. Cheney, also the Service held outside after the dinner, residents may he pleased to formative speech given by Bath Congregational Church of Holy Communion. The A Building Fund Ther-hear that longtime summer brother Edward R. Eurich, early in 1981, it was suggested benediction was given by mometer bad been made and visitor of the town, Harold M.W. Grand Master of the that insulation of the building former pastor, Rev. Alfred painted by William Englert Arthur Melendy, of Nor- Grand Lodge of Vermont. He and storm windows would be a Coons of Wells River, Vt. and was in place in front of the thridge, Calif., has been brought an important help in combating the rising Immediately following the church. During the dedication honored by having his name cost of heating. At the annual service, a bountiful potluck service, Frank Millette, included in the recent edition message to those in at- meeting in May, last week, dinner was served in the Treasurer, announced that, as of Who's Who in America. tendance from the Grand this was discussed under an vestry. The menu consisted of of date, the Fund stood at Melendy, 61, is listed as a Lodge of F&AM in Vermont. The evening had its lighter article in the warrant, various hot dishes -7 haked $2293. Mark Englert, the civil engineer in the book and moments, as all participants A committee was appointed beans, scalloped potatoes ann youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. his work with the Massey will readily agree. A delicious to study the feasibility of such casserole dishes, salads of all William Englert, recorded Ferguson Corp., TRW Inc., roast pork dinner, with all the improvements and to obtain kinds, hot rolls, brownies and this amount on the ther, Edwards Engineering Inc., fixings, was enjoyed by all, bids on the project from cookies, coffee and punch, mometer. Donations will he Vilier Engineering, and even though there were several contractors, and to The dedication service was recorded on the thermometer Mayco Pump Company several interruptions during draw up specifications for it. until the goal is reached, listed. The committee, with Alden the meal. This meal was Melendy is married to the prepared by Bill and his Minot as Chairman, went to . former M. Dawn Olmstead "gals" from the Eastern Star. work and brought in their   . ' :=" ............... and they have two children Music was enjoyed during the reports at a later meeting. It U !  i ('": .... Kirk A. and Cornelia. was voted to accept the bid of '  {  !,! ,   He is a 1950 graduate of meal. Everyone left the apart- the Hill Construction Com- ments talking about and pany of Monroe, N.H. At the ;e .... :i Wayne State University. looking forward to the Fourth annual meeting held in i  ! Annual Table Lodge, to he January, 1982, it was voted to held at a future date. create a Building Fund many. depart- fellowship were Gary room was Tomlinson, Robert Donnelly, the t-shirts Jr., Duncan McKay, Richard Rosen, Chaplain George before Durgin and present W.M. Candlelight Cecil Lanpher, assisted by set with a several of the brothers from a selective each masonic lodge. before Many dignitaries from the Grand Lodge of Vermont and that with visiting brethren from far and carpet, the near were present. Of interest, and mat- a member of a masonic body and lounge of Glasgow, Scotland, stated athers and a he enjoyed his visit to Charity in light 43 very much. mothers will This event was held in Committee to have charge of i /' k= N 'thepediatrics volving the improvement of rooms were the church building. . the auxiliary, areFrankMembers of this committeeAldenMillette,Minot, Treasurer;Chairman; -- t // ; I][ :tal' William E nglert; Haines ,,, , , Schoff and Horace Woods. The ! t ' insulation work progressed through the fall and early ,] il e Board of m winter months, and the storm American m windows were instalied later, , Vermont with the project being corn- forwarded pleted in late February. ks to all A letter of appeal for sup- [ 0! r l vi,' ! ,' ers and port of the project was sent CUt [[ \\;Jl radford by the Building Fund Com- ,1 who mittee in April tO open the Tuxedo Special dinthe Fund Raising program. 0030% fl P Rope Special Service : 0 ant held Sunday, May 2, special services to dedicate these ON PROM RENTALS dsed for improvements was held at the 4" ,o and will Bath Church, beginning at  [[J[[J WELLS RIVER: Trustees, 7:30p.m. 11:45 a.m. instead of the usual THE BUILDING FUND THERMOMETER-- Left to and WARREN: Seleetmen,7:30p.m. hour of 9:00 a.m. The usual ROUTE ,ffrwowlrx the LYME: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. order of worship was followed right, Alden Minor, Mark Englert, Rev. Arthur  oov,, wt O:0a4i: ORFORD: Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. with the Children's story by Cheney, and Frank Millette. All Crompton ) Cut-Outs Corduroy 11.50 per yd. $4.9S per yd. @ The Evangelical Free Church believes.-- "That the shod blood of Jesus Christ and His resurrection provide the only ground for justificatiofi and salvation for all who believe, and only such as receive/esus Christ are born of the Holy Spirit, and thus become children of God. Hoar a discussion of the new birth at: F.. worship L. rvice II :00 ROUTE 5 Sunday Scho,i-.l:45 LOWER PLAIN Bill Wick, M. Die., Pastor ,,,9 , ')9' ( ' , ,, (80.) .2".H)21 May 12, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 YEARS AS LIBRARIAN-- Bradford Laura Dickey works at her typewriter and by her successor, Doris Honig of W. Center. Miss Dickey submitted her to the board of trustees on April 28. The regrets and hired Mrs. Honig who working with Miss Dickey. A native of Miss Dickey has been librarian since 1936, she is now loaning books to the third of families. Mrs. Honig has a Bachelor of gree in Library Science from Simmons has been branch library assistant at the t Dartmouth College. Earlier, she at the Widener Library at Harvard and at N.J., Public Library. The two )rking together for a time. Speare gets adminisWator HOFFMANN The lobby and the nurses' In celebration station were redecorated by Hospital Week the L. W. Packard Fund. the Auxiliary of Following the tours a social Hospital in hour with refreshments and a reception in music was enjoyed under a new ad- tent in the parking lot. David Pearse, Thursday, May 13, will be House on Senior Citizens' Day; Friday, Employees Day. tours Throughout Hospital Week, to show the emergency staff will offer rooms free cardiac risk screening. people with For each person, between 30 offered, and 62, a microprocessor 16 areas were program and five basic risk factors will be used to determine the chance of developing coronary heart disease within the next 12 years. For older and young people ideal weight and blood pressure will be determined. If your risk is too high, you can act now to reduce it. Cardiac screening will be done Monday to Friday from 2:00 to 4:00 and 6:00 to 8:00; Saturday, May 15 from 2:00 to 6:00. Oxbow hosts annual Day of Competition BRADFORD-- The Oxbow structors at the opening High School Future Business assembly. Leaders of America sponsored its annual Day of Competition on Thursday, April 29, 1982. Approximately 155 students from 10 area high schools came to compete in the following skills: Accounting I and II, Clerical, Shorthand I and II, and Typing I and II. Schools represented included the following: Blue Mountain Union High School, Hartford High School, Lamoille Union High School, Middlebury Union High School, Northfield Junior-Senior High School, Otter Valley Union High School, St. Johnsbury Academy, Spaulding High School, Vergennes Union High School, and Whitcomb High School. Brenda Oliver, FBLA local Chapter President, welcomed the students and their in- The tests were prepared, administered, and scored by Mrs. Barbara Foley and four students from the Business Education Program at Castleton State College. Trophies were awarded to the three top business students. In addition a trophy was awarded to the student with the highest point average in each of the events. Second, third, and honorable mention ribbons were also awarded in each event. The awards were presented by Gina Wheeler, FBLA local Vice President, and Janice Emerson, FBLA Treasurer. Gina Wheeler, a senior in the Office Occupations program at Oxbow, placed second in the Clerical com- petition. Oliver Corneau resigns as Parish Council president WARREN-- At the St. John Vianney Parish Council meeting, May 3, President Oliver Comeau announced his resignation for the reason that he and Mrs. Comeau were planning on doing some ex- tensive traveling in their new recreational vehicle. As his successor he nominated Mrs. Vincent Murphy, whose father, Walter Ballard, had done so much for the chapel when it was star- ted. The group regretfully ac- cepted Mr. Comeau's resignation and unanimously voted Mrs. Murphy in. Continuing in their present offices are: James Mauchley, vice president; Robert LaRoss, treasurer; Alice Melanson, secretary. First Communion Day will he Sunday, May 30. Chris LaMontagne is in charge of the class and is arranging a coffee following the mass. Connecticut Valley Chapter 42 ORFORD-- March 29 was the occasion of the visitation of the Deputy Grand Matron Elizabeth F. Day, assisted by the Deputy Grand Patron Ivan J. Saunders and Deputy Grand Marshall Barbara J. Bisslell. All enjoyed dinner at 6:30 p.m.; a reception was held irl the chapter room at 7:30 p.m. for W.M. Ethel P. Mack, honoring her appointment as Grand Representative to the State of Illinois. A total of 49 members, Grand Officers, Past Grand Officers and Distinguished Guests attended the meeting at 8:00 p.m. A generous donation was given at this meeting to the Worthy Grand Matron's Project, Heart Research, in . loving memory of our Brother, Maurice A. Roberts. The Sunshine Collection at this meeting was also donated to this worthy cuse. A regular meeting of Connecticut Valley Chapter 42 was held on Monday, April II. There were 19 in attendance with W.M. Ethel Mack and W.P. Douglas Rolfe presiding in the East. Sitor Dorothy Anderson was presented a 25 year pin at this meeting. Our honored member also received a corsage and was given a tribute by currently-serving star points. Plans are, at this time, being formulated by both Masons and O.E.S. for the Annual Masonic Bmquet to be held on May 22. Refreshments of raised donuts and new syrup were served following the meeting. ROAST BEEF AND HAM DINNER ORFORD-- The 26th annual Mt. Cube Lodge Roast Beef and Ham Dinner will he held on Saturday, May 22 at the Memorial Hall in Orford. Plenty of homemade food is planned to be available complete with a salad bar and homemade pies. Servings will be from 6:30 p.m. untilall are served. Tickets, $6.50 at the door. The dinner is sponsored by the Mt. Cube Masonic Lodge and Connecticut Valley Chapter 42 Order of the Eastern Star. INTERESTING FACT The oldest continuously inhabited city in existence is Damascus in Syria. INTERESTING FACT The first photograph of a President in office was made of President James Polk in 1849. Stuart and Deborah McDanolds Debortm Bu00v weds Stuart McDat N. HAVERHILL-- Deborah Vickie Tatro of Barnet, Vt., a Jean Blay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Blay of Lisbon, became the bride of Stuart Alan McDanolds, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard McDanolds of N. Haverhill, on April 10 at the ceremony held at the home of the groom. The Rev. William Sharer officiated the ceremony. The bride wore an eggshell gown of organza and carried a bouquet of pink sweetheart roses, carnations and daisies with an eggshell lace ribbon. The matron of honor was . ,rrt friend of the bride. The best man was Kenneth Blaisdell of N. Haverhill, a cousin of the groom. A reception at the same location was held following the ceremony. Deborah is a 1980 graduate of Lisbon Regional High School. Stuart attended Woodsville High School and is employed at his family's farm in N. Haverhill. The couple now reside in N. Haverhill. VERSHIRE-- A most delightful luncheon, a "Bring a friend luncheon" was held at the Town Ctr. in Vershire, Vt. sponsored by the Merrie Marthas of the Vershire Bible Church. Over 40 ladies were in attendance. After partaking of a bountiful lunch, everyone went upstairs in the auditorium to listen to Mrs. Grace Hallas of St. Johnsbury, Vt. This gracious lady gave an informative and most helpful talk on hearing and listening to God, made even more so as she brought the message out by using different situations in her own family. There was also a time of INTERESTING FACT Approximately 69 percent of Americans read a newspaper at least once a day. f l,o.,., i )e Prevention conference to be held FAIRLEE-- The third annual Statewide Prevention Con- ference will be held again this year at the Lake Morey Inn in Fairlee, Vt., on May 20 and 21. The focus of the conference will be on the family. Dr. Steve Glenn will be the keynote speaker. Dr. Glenn will also present a workshop on parenting skills. The banquet on Thursday evening will he highlighted by a speech by former Vermont Governor Phil Heft. The conference planning committee members include people from the state Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division, Champlain Drug and Alcohol Anyone interested in dealing For more information and with the issues of drug and registration materials contact delinquency prevention and the Vermont Alcohol and Drug health promotion in their Abuse Division, 103 South community is encouraged to Main Street, Waterbury, Vt., attend. 05676, (802) 241-2170. FGOWNS Bridal - Bridesmaids - Mothers Prom Gowns and Formals 0000300/o Off .. 13=00= u 'i ROUTE 26. WEmlrlrH 7 0,vs Wm lO:O041:m Services in Burlington, ' ..... Lamoille County Mental , , ,  ". Health, and the Vermont i!!i Commission on the [ Karm s Fabrzcs Administration of Justice. They have put together an array of workshops which are designed to appeal to professionals and lay persons alike. Topics will include effective parenting methods, family health, parents groups, youth groups, drug information for parents, delinquency prevention theories and strategies, and the Quest curriculum. There will also he a film festival on both days. The goals of the Vermont Prevention Conference are first -- to offer a forum for Prevention-Health Promotion, second -- to generate and strengthen a network of community people caring about Prevention-Health Promotion, and third -- to generate"action for Preven- tion-Health Promotion in communities. M00trtha's meet GRAND UNION SHOPPING PLAZA BARITE, VT. SEMI-ANNUAL SALE L D,e "Show and Tell" by some of The June meeting will be the members with their held at Diane Mattoon's home. hobbies which was most in- Quilt blocks were passed out. teresting. The meeting was adjourned The girls of The Christian with prayer. Academy sang several songs under the able direction of Mrs. Arvilla Towle. This luncheon idea was very well received and we are sure all are looking forward to next year:s luncheon Merrie Marthas Meeting The Merrie Marthas of the Vershire Bible Church held their May meeting at the home of Helen Ward in Ver- shire with 15 ladies present. The president, Jeanine Ricker, opened the meeting with prayer, and then went on to study the book Women of the Bible. Rebecca was the lady studied for this month. COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES BRADFORD-- A Community After a delicious luncheon, Health Services Inc., Town the business meeting was Nurse will be at the Bradford held. Lois Doyle brought the Senior Center on Wednesday, Blessing of the Month. Plans May 26 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 for a father and son banquet p.m. The nurse will be were discussed. The regular checking hypertension, weight reports were read and ac- and anemia, cepted. Bradford church to hold annual meetint00 BRADFORD-- The 171st Annual Meeting of the Congregational Church of the United Church of Christ in Bradford will be held on Thursday, May 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the church vestry. The meeting will include voting on reports for the year of 1981-82; voting on an amendment to the church's bylaws and constitution; and approval of the church's budget for the year of 1982-83. Alison Brierly, an AFS -exchange student from New Zaland, will present a slide presentation of her country prior to the business meeting. May 16--10 AM to 4 PM (Sunday : ,[lnly ) :? Special Savings on Fabrics /:J throughout the store.. /]i M::.H?t .U9R:: . :___M9"p 5MP.'Mridays / i i'i II I la..- w00s, for the GRADUATE! THE DAUGHTER'S RING by Market Creations THE GIFT wITH / A MILLION MEMORIES The gift that says "CONGRATULATIONS" in a special way. Her birthstone ... between her parents' birthstones, a reminder of family love and affection. The egn ,s atenleO Sterling Silver $2995 The name s egslered S. F. MeA///ste, Quality Jowelors Since 1923 Woodsville00 N. H. Tel. a,m: Selected elec- machine interest. The ry a'hd and so not Lodge No. 86 F&AM and Charity Lodge No. 43 F&AM, of Corinth and Bradford respectively, on May 8, held a joint masonic function. The occasion was the Third Annual Table Lodge. The lodge officers responsible for the evening of serious instruction and fine Calicos MASONIC NEWS J Bath church be00s fundraising Selendv  $2.59peryd. k BRADFORD-- tS i , Minerva Masonic Apartmen effort for church's insulation in Who's Who A..., NEWBURY-- Some Newbury May May Sale Sale Bradford," Vt. A highlight of the evening was an in- BATH-- At a meeting of the Rev. Cheney, also the Service held outside after the dinner, residents may he pleased to formative speech given by Bath Congregational Church of Holy Communion. The A Building Fund Ther-hear that longtime summer brother Edward R. Eurich, early in 1981, it was suggested benediction was given by mometer bad been made and visitor of the town, Harold M.W. Grand Master of the that insulation of the building former pastor, Rev. Alfred painted by William Englert Arthur Melendy, of Nor- Grand Lodge of Vermont. He and storm windows would be a Coons of Wells River, Vt. and was in place in front of the thridge, Calif., has been brought an important help in combating the rising Immediately following the church. During the dedication honored by having his name cost of heating. At the annual service, a bountiful potluck service, Frank Millette, included in the recent edition message to those in at- meeting in May, last week, dinner was served in the Treasurer, announced that, as of Who's Who in America. tendance from the Grand this was discussed under an vestry. The menu consisted of of date, the Fund stood at Melendy, 61, is listed as a Lodge of F&AM in Vermont. The evening had its lighter article in the warrant, various hot dishes -7 haked $2293. Mark Englert, the civil engineer in the book and moments, as all participants A committee was appointed beans, scalloped potatoes ann youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. his work with the Massey will readily agree. A delicious to study the feasibility of such casserole dishes, salads of all William Englert, recorded Ferguson Corp., TRW Inc., roast pork dinner, with all the improvements and to obtain kinds, hot rolls, brownies and this amount on the ther, Edwards Engineering Inc., fixings, was enjoyed by all, bids on the project from cookies, coffee and punch, mometer. Donations will he Vilier Engineering, and even though there were several contractors, and to The dedication service was recorded on the thermometer Mayco Pump Company several interruptions during draw up specifications for it. until the goal is reached, listed. The committee, with Alden the meal. This meal was Melendy is married to the prepared by Bill and his Minot as Chairman, went to . former M. Dawn Olmstead "gals" from the Eastern Star. work and brought in their   . ' :=" ............... and they have two children Music was enjoyed during the reports at a later meeting. It U !  i ('": .... Kirk A. and Cornelia. was voted to accept the bid of '  {  !,! ,   He is a 1950 graduate of meal. Everyone left the apart- the Hill Construction Com- ments talking about and pany of Monroe, N.H. At the ;e .... :i Wayne State University. looking forward to the Fourth annual meeting held in i  ! Annual Table Lodge, to he January, 1982, it was voted to held at a future date. create a Building Fund many. depart- fellowship were Gary room was Tomlinson, Robert Donnelly, the t-shirts Jr., Duncan McKay, Richard Rosen, Chaplain George before Durgin and present W.M. Candlelight Cecil Lanpher, assisted by set with a several of the brothers from a selective each masonic lodge. before Many dignitaries from the Grand Lodge of Vermont and that with visiting brethren from far and carpet, the near were present. Of interest, and mat- a member of a masonic body and lounge of Glasgow, Scotland, stated athers and a he enjoyed his visit to Charity in light 43 very much. mothers will This event was held in Committee to have charge of i /' k= N 'thepediatrics volving the improvement of rooms were the church building. . the auxiliary, areFrankMembers of this committeeAldenMillette,Minot, Treasurer;Chairman; -- t // ; I][ :tal' William E nglert; Haines ,,, , , Schoff and Horace Woods. The ! t ' insulation work progressed through the fall and early ,] il e Board of m winter months, and the storm American m windows were instalied later, , Vermont with the project being corn- forwarded pleted in late February. ks to all A letter of appeal for sup- [ 0! r l vi,' ! ,' ers and port of the project was sent CUt [[ \\;Jl radford by the Building Fund Com- ,1 who mittee in April tO open the Tuxedo Special dinthe Fund Raising program. 0030% fl P Rope Special Service : 0 ant held Sunday, May 2, special services to dedicate these ON PROM RENTALS dsed for improvements was held at the 4" ,o and will Bath Church, beginning at  [[J[[J WELLS RIVER: Trustees, 7:30p.m. 11:45 a.m. instead of the usual THE BUILDING FUND THERMOMETER-- Left to and WARREN: Seleetmen,7:30p.m. hour of 9:00 a.m. The usual ROUTE ,ffrwowlrx the LYME: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. order of worship was followed right, Alden Minor, Mark Englert, Rev. Arthur  oov,, wt O:0a4i: ORFORD: Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. with the Children's story by Cheney, and Frank Millette. All Crompton ) Cut-Outs Corduroy 11.50 per yd. $4.9S per yd. @ The Evangelical Free Church believes.-- "That the shod blood of Jesus Christ and His resurrection provide the only ground for justificatiofi and salvation for all who believe, and only such as receive/esus Christ are born of the Holy Spirit, and thus become children of God. Hoar a discussion of the new birth at: F.. worship L. rvice II :00 ROUTE 5 Sunday Scho,i-.l:45 LOWER PLAIN Bill Wick, M. Die., Pastor ,,,9 , ')9' ( ' , ,, (80.) .2".H)21