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June 2, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 floor shows in review ntimental Journey" [CENT SOUND--- Bruce the keys at Cabaret '82. He other acts and also did a PHOTO BY JENNIFER LINNELL BERNICE GAISER--Director KAREN CULBERTSON--Assistant Director FASHIONED MELODY-- were sung by Ray Green, and Gary Culbertson. are members,f the Cabaret "rO/'OsY JENNIFER LINNELL JITTERY JITTERBUG DAN- GETTING THINGS GOING-- MC Gary Brooks not only got things going CERS-- Laurette and Warren but he kept them moving Sweet danced a swinging jitterbug along. PHOT0 S+ JENNIFER USNat to the delight of all. o FRIENDLY PERSUASION-- Doug Li encourages shy Penny Perry to sing a duet. And so they did ! PHOTO BY JENNIFER LINNELL ENSEMBLE,-- The ringing sounds of tamborines entertained the '82. Shown above, top row (l-r) Judy Barton, Karen Culbertson, Sarah PolU, and Colleen Tomlinson. Bottom row (l-r) Mitchell Doug Lirmell, and Robert Benjamin. PHOTO BY JENNIFER LINNELL i CROONER-- Gary Culbertson belts out a favorite tune. Thurston wed to Steven Wright Saturday, Thurston, brothers of the and her bouquet, made by cheon under an awning. one of those bride, cousins, Patti Vaughan of Christine Thurston, cousin of the bride, was in charge of the days, As the bride, escorted by her two father, walked up an aisle of "Ie sun grass outlined with flowers Darlene towards an arbor deorated of Ber- with lilacs and wedding hells, and Teri Katuzny, sister of the of groom, sang "Since You ayland Wright Asked," by Judy Collins, and as they also played the guitar. After Vows on the the exchange of vows, Rev. her parents' John Haggarty brought Celina to Steven's parents, to be was per-accepted and loved as a Rev. John daughter, and Steven to of the First Bernard and Edith Thurston, Church, to be received and loved as a son. Garrett and Pamela attendants Dinsmore then sang a duet, of Honor, "The Wedding", written and of S. composed by Garrett, who Girls, played the guitar. of Concord, The bride's dress was made Jennifer by the bride. It was tong ivory Peacham, color Gnnne Sax style, with a Couple. The sweetheart neckline, velvet Garrett Din-ribbon and lace trim on the neckline, sleeves and foot. She Brewster wore fresh flowers in her hair guest book. The beautifully designed cake was made by Celina's aunt and cousin, Lois and Wanita Paige of Thetford Center. This was a three-tier square cake, edged at each corner with delicate lace. The frosting ivory with three shades of yellow roses to offset the pale background. Tiny decorative bows were on each side and on top were double wedding bands, doves and roses. Serving the buffet luncheon were Esther and Cliff French from Bradford; Mildred Gilson from Orange, Conn.; Lucinda Black, Westfield, Mass. These three ladies were aunts of the bride. Sherry Rutledge from Newbury was also serving and Fred Cobb of Newbury served the coffee. EX-LAX PILLS 20 COUPON relieves constipation , so dependably, we call ', Overnight Wonder." des and coupon: Send us your We'll send you four gentle Ex-La Pills plus a 20 * store coupon. Write to: Free Sample Box 1098 Maple Plain, MN 55348. Read label and follow directions. One offer per address. Valid only in U.S.A.: void where prohibited and taxed, Offer expires 12/31/82. Ex-Lax Dist. Co., 1982 Bradford and Wanita Paige of Thetford Center, was of tulips, lilacs, jonquils, cowslips and greenery. The Matron of Honor wore a long green printed dress of similar Gunne Sax style with organdy sleeves', trim of lace and ribbons. Her bouquet was the same as the bride's. Flower girl Sarah had a long pink eyelet ruffled dress, and carried, a basket of, fresh flowers. The dress was made by Kathy Wright, sister of the groom. Flower girl Jennifer also wore a long dress, blue eyelet ruffled, She carried a basket of fresh flowers. Her dress was made by the bride. The bride's mother wore a long pink crepe dress with lace blouson top and sleeves, with a narrow tie belt of pink velvet. This was also made by the bride. She carried a corsage of pink roses. The groom's mother wore a long green shirtwaist dress with long sleeves. Her corsage was yellow roses. After the ceremony about 160 guests from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Ham- pshire, and Vermont enjoyed a varied and delicious lun- Stafford's representative rormerBradlb.d to Bradford BRADFORD-- Carolyn resident weds Crowley of the Burlington office of United States Senator Robert T. Stafford will be in Bradford on Tuesday, June 8, for the purpose of discussing matters of interest or specific problems with the Federal Government. Ms. Crowley will be in the Conference Room in the Old Bradford Academy Building on Main Street in Bradford from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Anyone wishing to make a specific appointment may call collect to Burlington at 951- 6707. Hillside Cemetery Association meeting THETFORD-- The Hillside Cemetery Association of Thetford will hold its' annual meeting, Saturday, June 12, at ',2:00 p.m. at the home of Ron and Nancy Magoon on Academy Rd., Thetford, Vt. The election of officers and other business are on the agenda, according to Helen Burnham, secretary. All are welcome. KANSAS-- Shawn Michele Pierson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Pierson, Holton, Kan., granddaughter of Mrs. Geneva Perdue, Corinth; and Mrs. Mable Pierson, Brad- ford; became the bride of David Ellis Bruns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bruns of Kansas City, Kan. The ceremony was held May 22 at St. Lukes Lutheran Church in Kansas City. Reverend Michael May of- ficiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a victorian style gown with seed pearls and lace trimming, with a cathedral length train and she carried a bouquet of 12 pink roses, with babies breath and ivy. The matron of honor was Sherree Johnson, sister of the bride. The bridesmaids were Stacy Cooper, Loretta Graner. The flowergirl was Crystal Johnson, niece of the bride; the ringbearer was Adam Johnson. nephew of the bride. The best man was Kevin Page, groomsmen were Ed Bruns and Rick Lage. Ushers were Bret Pierson, Tim Pullen, Dave Peden. The Janice Clm'k wed L Social candlelighterAkins, was Bobby 00nne00'urc--s Shawn is a senior at K.U., majoring in Engineering. David has a degree in Education from K.U. and is now attending Washburn School of Law in T( Kan. confirm members WOODSVILLE-- Bishop Philip A. Smith, the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire, recently visited St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Woodsville for confirmation with nine members being confirmed. Churches participating in this colorful event were All Saints' of Littleton, The Church of the Messiah of N. Woodstock, The Epiphany of Lisbon, along with St. Luke's of Woodsville. Clergy assisting the Bishop was Rev. Frances Potter of St. Luke's and The Messiah, Rev. L  William Krogstad of The Epiphany and Rev. Carleton ,. Schaller, Jr. of All Saint's in . Littleton. Sarah Byrne of St. Luke's Shawm Michele was one of the class that was (Pierson) Bruns confirmed by Bishop Smith. .. COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL .,= CARPET& = E7,TVNO?'O  to Carlton Lawyer Hale Furniture & Carpet BRADFORD-- Janice Marie Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Clark of Bra'dford, Vt. and Carlton E. Lawyer. son of Mrs. Marjorie Lawyer of Huntington. Vt. and the late James Lawyer, were united in marriage on Saturday, May 15. 1982. The Rev. James Boudreau officiated at the double-ring ceremony in the Grace Methodist Church in Brad- ford, Vt. The bride wore her sister's gown of white polyester knit with a keyhole neckline, cap sleeves and a flare skirt with an empire waistline. White daisies trimmed the dress. The head piece was of Juliet style trimmed with daisies, lace and simulated pearls. Ruth Little, sister of the groom, was maid of honor. She wore a V neck pink gown, which was made by her sister, Loretta Gagne ofBarre. Vt. Best man was Stephen Clark, brother of the bride. A reception was held at the 111 Club in Woodsville, N.H. with dance music provided by the Black Velvet Band. A buffet was served by Vickie Ordway, Susan Ordway, Arline Williams and Linda Orford man completes AF u'aining program ORFORD-- Staff Sgt. John C. Owen, whose wife, Martha, is the daughter of Marian L. Hook of Orford has graduated from the Air Force non- commissioned officer leadership school at Davis- Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz. The sergeant studied techniques of leadership, management and supervision. Own is a missile facilities specialist with the 390th Missile Maintenance Squadron. He is a 1976 graduate of Ramona High School, Riverside, Calif. The punch was served by Lisa Thurston of S. Newbury and Mona Thurston of Bradford. The Steven Wrights will make their home at S. Peacham. Following thg buffet lun- cheon there was music for dancing furnished by "Pickin' Up Steam" band of which the groom is a member. The other band members are Garrett Dinsmore, guitar. Pamela Dinsmore, voice; Richard Morin, drums; Lonnie Gutavson, steel guitar. Steven Wright plays banjo and bass guitar. Gift ortiflcates _ Make Wonderful " . | 00'00/For Father', Oayi - ' and Graduation USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT Woodsvllle, N.H. St, Welch. Refreshments were ,2.22=.sTsl BAWOn, YT. served by Brent Williams and  ............ '- Jerry Welch. After the initial i cut by the bride and groom, the wedding cake, made by Lillian Martin. was cut by Linda Welch and served by Florence Welch. Following the reception, the couple left for Niagara Falls, Canada. They will live in Essex Jet., Vermont. Mrs. Lawyer is employed in the accounting department at Harrington's in Vt., Inc. in Richmond. Mr. Lawyer is employed as a meat cutter at Independent Beef, Inc. in Essex Junction. fFor J/l 00ll[ Sln,lal t00taslans ! m SYMBOLS OF LOVE A permanently registered Keepsake diamond ring ... perfection guaranteed in writing for clarity and fine white color. Rcgiercd Diamond Rings S. F. Mc ALLISTER Quality Jewelers Since 1923 Woodsville, N. H. ]Phone 747-348" whyr00 first Dartmouth NATIONAL Is on the Green In Lyme, tool First class service includes more than offering a choice of banking locations. It involves being friendly and professional with all our customers. And that's exactly how our experienced staff feels. Arlene LaRds, our Lyme Branch Manager, has often said; "Customers do us a favor when they call and really deserve the most courteous treatment". Our full service Lyme Branch can handle virtually all of yore, banking needs: IRA's, Certificates of Deposit, Travelers Checks, Checking Accounts, Loans, and even MasterCard Accounts. So stop in the next time you're north of Hanover! Dartmouth NATIONAL Bank appreciates each customer. And we think you've earned a Lyme Branch to serve you better. We're locaied on Route 10, on the Green in Lyme, next to Nichols Hardware Store. Dartmouth NATIONAL Bank00 Lyme Office 795.2101 9.5 Monday thru Friday 9-12 Saturday ..:you've earned it! June 2, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 floor shows in review ntimental Journey" [CENT SOUND--- Bruce the keys at Cabaret '82. He other acts and also did a PHOTO BY JENNIFER LINNELL BERNICE GAISER--Director KAREN CULBERTSON--Assistant Director FASHIONED MELODY-- were sung by Ray Green, and Gary Culbertson. are members,f the Cabaret "rO/'OsY JENNIFER LINNELL JITTERY JITTERBUG DAN- GETTING THINGS GOING-- MC Gary Brooks not only got things going CERS-- Laurette and Warren but he kept them moving Sweet danced a swinging jitterbug along. PHOT0 S+ JENNIFER USNat to the delight of all. o FRIENDLY PERSUASION-- Doug Li encourages shy Penny Perry to sing a duet. And so they did ! PHOTO BY JENNIFER LINNELL ENSEMBLE,-- The ringing sounds of tamborines entertained the '82. Shown above, top row (l-r) Judy Barton, Karen Culbertson, Sarah PolU, and Colleen Tomlinson. Bottom row (l-r) Mitchell Doug Lirmell, and Robert Benjamin. PHOTO BY JENNIFER LINNELL i CROONER-- Gary Culbertson belts out a favorite tune. Thurston wed to Steven Wright Saturday, Thurston, brothers of the and her bouquet, made by cheon under an awning. one of those bride, cousins, Patti Vaughan of Christine Thurston, cousin of the bride, was in charge of the days, As the bride, escorted by her two father, walked up an aisle of "Ie sun grass outlined with flowers Darlene towards an arbor deorated of Ber- with lilacs and wedding hells, and Teri Katuzny, sister of the of groom, sang "Since You ayland Wright Asked," by Judy Collins, and as they also played the guitar. After Vows on the the exchange of vows, Rev. her parents' John Haggarty brought Celina to Steven's parents, to be was per-accepted and loved as a Rev. John daughter, and Steven to of the First Bernard and Edith Thurston, Church, to be received and loved as a son. Garrett and Pamela attendants Dinsmore then sang a duet, of Honor, "The Wedding", written and of S. composed by Garrett, who Girls, played the guitar. of Concord, The bride's dress was made Jennifer by the bride. It was tong ivory Peacham, color Gnnne Sax style, with a Couple. The sweetheart neckline, velvet Garrett Din-ribbon and lace trim on the neckline, sleeves and foot. She Brewster wore fresh flowers in her hair guest book. The beautifully designed cake was made by Celina's aunt and cousin, Lois and Wanita Paige of Thetford Center. This was a three-tier square cake, edged at each corner with delicate lace. The frosting ivory with three shades of yellow roses to offset the pale background. Tiny decorative bows were on each side and on top were double wedding bands, doves and roses. Serving the buffet luncheon were Esther and Cliff French from Bradford; Mildred Gilson from Orange, Conn.; Lucinda Black, Westfield, Mass. These three ladies were aunts of the bride. Sherry Rutledge from Newbury was also serving and Fred Cobb of Newbury served the coffee. EX-LAX PILLS 20 COUPON relieves constipation , so dependably, we call ', Overnight Wonder." des and coupon: Send us your We'll send you four gentle Ex-La Pills plus a 20 * store coupon. Write to: Free Sample Box 1098 Maple Plain, MN 55348. Read label and follow directions. One offer per address. Valid only in U.S.A.: void where prohibited and taxed, Offer expires 12/31/82. Ex-Lax Dist. Co., 1982 Bradford and Wanita Paige of Thetford Center, was of tulips, lilacs, jonquils, cowslips and greenery. The Matron of Honor wore a long green printed dress of similar Gunne Sax style with organdy sleeves', trim of lace and ribbons. Her bouquet was the same as the bride's. Flower girl Sarah had a long pink eyelet ruffled dress, and carried, a basket of, fresh flowers. The dress was made by Kathy Wright, sister of the groom. Flower girl Jennifer also wore a long dress, blue eyelet ruffled, She carried a basket of fresh flowers. Her dress was made by the bride. The bride's mother wore a long pink crepe dress with lace blouson top and sleeves, with a narrow tie belt of pink velvet. This was also made by the bride. She carried a corsage of pink roses. The groom's mother wore a long green shirtwaist dress with long sleeves. Her corsage was yellow roses. After the ceremony about 160 guests from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Ham- pshire, and Vermont enjoyed a varied and delicious lun- Stafford's representative rormerBradlb.d to Bradford BRADFORD-- Carolyn resident weds Crowley of the Burlington office of United States Senator Robert T. Stafford will be in Bradford on Tuesday, June 8, for the purpose of discussing matters of interest or specific problems with the Federal Government. Ms. Crowley will be in the Conference Room in the Old Bradford Academy Building on Main Street in Bradford from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Anyone wishing to make a specific appointment may call collect to Burlington at 951- 6707. Hillside Cemetery Association meeting THETFORD-- The Hillside Cemetery Association of Thetford will hold its' annual meeting, Saturday, June 12, at ',2:00 p.m. at the home of Ron and Nancy Magoon on Academy Rd., Thetford, Vt. The election of officers and other business are on the agenda, according to Helen Burnham, secretary. All are welcome. KANSAS-- Shawn Michele Pierson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Pierson, Holton, Kan., granddaughter of Mrs. Geneva Perdue, Corinth; and Mrs. Mable Pierson, Brad- ford; became the bride of David Ellis Bruns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bruns of Kansas City, Kan. The ceremony was held May 22 at St. Lukes Lutheran Church in Kansas City. Reverend Michael May of- ficiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a victorian style gown with seed pearls and lace trimming, with a cathedral length train and she carried a bouquet of 12 pink roses, with babies breath and ivy. The matron of honor was Sherree Johnson, sister of the bride. The bridesmaids were Stacy Cooper, Loretta Graner. The flowergirl was Crystal Johnson, niece of the bride; the ringbearer was Adam Johnson. nephew of the bride. The best man was Kevin Page, groomsmen were Ed Bruns and Rick Lage. Ushers were Bret Pierson, Tim Pullen, Dave Peden. The Janice Clm'k wed L Social candlelighterAkins, was Bobby 00nne00'urc--s Shawn is a senior at K.U., majoring in Engineering. David has a degree in Education from K.U. and is now attending Washburn School of Law in T( Kan. confirm members WOODSVILLE-- Bishop Philip A. Smith, the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire, recently visited St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Woodsville for confirmation with nine members being confirmed. Churches participating in this colorful event were All Saints' of Littleton, The Church of the Messiah of N. Woodstock, The Epiphany of Lisbon, along with St. Luke's of Woodsville. Clergy assisting the Bishop was Rev. Frances Potter of St. Luke's and The Messiah, Rev. L  William Krogstad of The Epiphany and Rev. Carleton ,. Schaller, Jr. of All Saint's in . Littleton. Sarah Byrne of St. Luke's Shawm Michele was one of the class that was (Pierson) Bruns confirmed by Bishop Smith. .. COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL .,= CARPET& = E7,TVNO?'O  to Carlton Lawyer Hale Furniture & Carpet BRADFORD-- Janice Marie Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Clark of Bra'dford, Vt. and Carlton E. Lawyer. son of Mrs. Marjorie Lawyer of Huntington. Vt. and the late James Lawyer, were united in marriage on Saturday, May 15. 1982. The Rev. James Boudreau officiated at the double-ring ceremony in the Grace Methodist Church in Brad- ford, Vt. The bride wore her sister's gown of white polyester knit with a keyhole neckline, cap sleeves and a flare skirt with an empire waistline. White daisies trimmed the dress. The head piece was of Juliet style trimmed with daisies, lace and simulated pearls. Ruth Little, sister of the groom, was maid of honor. She wore a V neck pink gown, which was made by her sister, Loretta Gagne ofBarre. Vt. Best man was Stephen Clark, brother of the bride. A reception was held at the 111 Club in Woodsville, N.H. with dance music provided by the Black Velvet Band. A buffet was served by Vickie Ordway, Susan Ordway, Arline Williams and Linda Orford man completes AF u'aining program ORFORD-- Staff Sgt. John C. Owen, whose wife, Martha, is the daughter of Marian L. Hook of Orford has graduated from the Air Force non- commissioned officer leadership school at Davis- Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz. The sergeant studied techniques of leadership, management and supervision. Own is a missile facilities specialist with the 390th Missile Maintenance Squadron. He is a 1976 graduate of Ramona High School, Riverside, Calif. The punch was served by Lisa Thurston of S. Newbury and Mona Thurston of Bradford. The Steven Wrights will make their home at S. Peacham. Following thg buffet lun- cheon there was music for dancing furnished by "Pickin' Up Steam" band of which the groom is a member. The other band members are Garrett Dinsmore, guitar. Pamela Dinsmore, voice; Richard Morin, drums; Lonnie Gutavson, steel guitar. Steven Wright plays banjo and bass guitar. Gift ortiflcates _ Make Wonderful " . | 00'00/For Father', Oayi - ' and Graduation USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT Woodsvllle, N.H. St, Welch. Refreshments were ,2.22=.sTsl BAWOn, YT. served by Brent Williams and  ............ '- Jerry Welch. After the initial i cut by the bride and groom, the wedding cake, made by Lillian Martin. was cut by Linda Welch and served by Florence Welch. Following the reception, the couple left for Niagara Falls, Canada. They will live in Essex Jet., Vermont. Mrs. Lawyer is employed in the accounting department at Harrington's in Vt., Inc. in Richmond. Mr. Lawyer is employed as a meat cutter at Independent Beef, Inc. in Essex Junction. fFor J/l 00ll[ Sln,lal t00taslans ! m SYMBOLS OF LOVE A permanently registered Keepsake diamond ring ... perfection guaranteed in writing for clarity and fine white color. Rcgiercd Diamond Rings S. F. Mc ALLISTER Quality Jewelers Since 1923 Woodsville, N. H. ]Phone 747-348" whyr00 first Dartmouth NATIONAL Is on the Green In Lyme, tool First class service includes more than offering a choice of banking locations. It involves being friendly and professional with all our customers. And that's exactly how our experienced staff feels. Arlene LaRds, our Lyme Branch Manager, has often said; "Customers do us a favor when they call and really deserve the most courteous treatment". Our full service Lyme Branch can handle virtually all of yore, banking needs: IRA's, Certificates of Deposit, Travelers Checks, Checking Accounts, Loans, and even MasterCard Accounts. So stop in the next time you're north of Hanover! Dartmouth NATIONAL Bank appreciates each customer. And we think you've earned a Lyme Branch to serve you better. We're locaied on Route 10, on the Green in Lyme, next to Nichols Hardware Store. Dartmouth NATIONAL Bank00 Lyme Office 795.2101 9.5 Monday thru Friday 9-12 Saturday ..:you've earned it!