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00merican Heritage essay contest ltiip,J.F.W. AUXILIARY POST NO. 5245 &apos;-l' .. :_ 3rd Place-- Bruce Enderson " ,mu it is a pleasure to be a citizen of the United of America. The reason why I think so is , our soldiers fought very very hard for us, so Iye COUld be able to make our own decisions and do ;;''therwrdsbe:eFree'live The Army, m ca is" my favorite plac to . Puree of our country do not go arounu - how powerful we are like other 00ation's haowCa[mproud and strong, so we do not have to B n,opow_e-,ul we are. t 0tllly:I think war is stupid. Why can't people 0lr ,m lkthings out instead of holding the threat of #S i - - -- |t..l am trying to say is, I wish the whole world i,t-- -- lUS-stop fighting. I love my country and I love le.in my country. I especially love watching lll-"wg Whipping in the wind. ; ELECTED--- On May 6 and 7 the Business Leaders of America held its al state convention at The Village at 01.eNOtch, in Jeffersonville, Vt. Elections for II- rs were held. The following students from Mountain Union Chapter were elected (! to r) aye, daughter of Mr'. and Mrs. John Pave of }l[: .'., 8tare Historian; Darlene Nutter, daughter It M Mrs. Raymond Nutter, Jr. of Barnet, State B00ty Bogie, daughter of Mr. a,d Mrs. :uogie of-Barnet, State Treasurer. Darlene was the recipient of a merit award in .Ommunications and Who's Who in FBLA at 1. Their advisor is Ruth Cousins of to seek grants from page 1 ) bid was for $83,316. The other Ltline goes on two bids submitted were from program Rodd Roofing, St. Johnsbury, for $82,990, and R & X Con- Education" -- struction Services, of Mid- designed to dlebury Conn., which bid through 12, $85,554. restricted to Principal Ailing through 12. Administrative Assistant and corn- Wayne Richardson reported to will work the board for Principal the use of William G. Randall, who is re'covering from penumonia. Included in the report were p h ys i c a I end of the year schedules. and science State senator Scudder at a Parker will speak at graduation on June I0, and Lt. klrContract Guy. Madeline Kunin will 3 meeting the speak at the Baccalaureate bids from the evening of June 6. and repair CORINTH SCHOOL cie's Roofing BOARD Johnsbury. CORINTH-- The Unified replacing School District 36 School roof with Board will meet on Thursday, rubber roof June 10, at the Elementary a 12 year School. The meeting starts at 7:30 p.m., and is open to the winning public. June 9, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 Sharon.Bird wed Vermont munieipal Jayne Mauchly weds ( to Patr00k ;[/eyers lHo00mm00 u Sing Loy 00mclal WE -- " They carried an arrangement FAIRLEE-- The Vermont PLYMOUTH-- St. Matthew s Santorn all of Plymouth; and ' -- Bird, daughter of Mr. and of yellow sweetheart roses. Municipal Clerks and Roman Catholic Church in MichaelHoSingLoy.  1 1"1r f 1 Mrs. Henry Bird formerly of Sally Weyers, sister of the Treasurers Association; the Plymouth was the scene of the .Kara Mauchly and Beverly I-'am00la l-IfltOr11 web Wentworth but now of groom, as junior bridesmaid Vermont Department of 1'00. p.m. wedding last no mg boy, meces, ot me .L q=,.--l,,,=., .---vm.-.-,, ,, Plymouth, became the bride carried a basket of daisies. Housing and Community Saturday of Jayne Elizabeth couplewere.flowerglrls. .-- -- 1" /  on May 15 of Patrick A. The best man was Francis Affairs; and the UVM Mauchly and Paul Anthony A 00eop.oo m -onn 00noram Weyers, son of Mr. and Mrs. St. Hillaire of Williamstown, Extension Service have HoSingLoy guests was neia a el Harold L W ers, J , of Mass., Steven nd Shown combim th ' r, ources to The R we"end Fath r I aul oed] wen. ue s inclu.ded WYLIE, TEX-- Join Willian .own, ass. Bird, brother f the plan av pre mt Vermont evens ff iated. TI  bide ,ebx ie'sl anal ents,,r; Christopher On,rate a:d The] verer Micha and bridegr omserw lalushers. Munic )al Tx asurers the taulhter of [r. md .dol . L zren, .ana, m Pamela Denise ]Iogue were Jane H, derso ffficiat .. Mr. De: il Smith as soloist. Inform ona' ;err mr. rs. J  s Mau< aly of :mox aw r: atmeen united in marring,.' on May .6, Given in m 5agel her Folio ,ingare :pt an at the The 1 pie [ t . daylong yr!! ] tnnhd:c !ii n du !/i! / e:d!bTldeeaigh father, e hrb wore, {own Cold pring Re ort in semina, >n T rs, y, June24 ner?y'w? rsmc;Yr at of sati ustre :repe th a Ashlan , the cou le eft for a at the Lak 1 ,rey Inn, chapel train, tiered with week's vacation at Virginia Fairlee will be Municipal Given in marriage by her Mr. Loy was graduated The bride is e daughter of ) Harold J. Weyers, Jr., of Mass., Steven and Shown combined their resources to The Reverend Father Paul Woedhaven. Guests included WYLIE, TEX.-- John where they visited with many Williamstown, Mass. Bird, brother of the plan and present a Vermont Stevens officiated. The bride the bride's grandparents, Mr. Christopher Onorato and of the grooms family and The Reverend Michael and bridegroom served as ushers. Municipal Treasurers is the daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. Laurence Hand, of Pamela Denise Hogne were friends after which they Jane Henderson officiated. Mr. Denzil Smith was soloist. Informational Seminar. Mrs. James Mauchly of Milford and Mrs. Kathleen united in marriage on May 16, returned to Texas to live and Given in marriage by her Following a reception at the The topic of the daylong Warren and the groom is the ' Mauchly of Ambles, Pa.; and in a double ring ceremony at work. father, the bride wore a gown Cold Spring Resort in seminar on Thursday, June 24 son of Mr. and Mrs. Ho Sing Ted Mauchley, formerly with the United Methodist Church of satin-lustre crepe with a Ashland, the couple left for a at the Lake Mercy Inn, Loy of Mission Viejo, Calif. the Texas Oilers. chiffon ruffles and lace. She carried a bouquet of daisies, yellow sweetheart roses and baby's breath. The gown was made by her mother. Bridesmaids were Denise Brigolski of Meriden, Coon, and Cammy Huckins of Plymouth. Their gowns were of yellow organdy trimmed with white lace and ribbons. Beach. They will live in Greenfield, Mass. Both are alumni of Daniel Webster College in Nashua and they are em- ployed in Greenfield. Sharon is office manager of Bartlett's Clothing Store and Patrick works in the purchasing department of Wilsons. Bradford rep elected to Community Action board BRADFORD A public Stebbins, who is a weekend student in Vermont College's GEPFE program, has a three- year-old daughter. She has been active in volunteer voter registration and worked with the Vermont Alliance last year for utility rate reform. election held at Central Vermon[ Community Action's , Bradford office, voted , "Charlene Stebbins its low- income representative to CVCAC's Board of Directors, and Conrad Beauchane as its alternate representative. Said Stebbins, "We both plan to take an active role and keep people informed about what help is available through Community Action." : - I0:00- )" 1100 a.m.- :30 p.m., Lm. Charlene Stebbins Mary Grant, coordinator at the CVCAC Bradford office, described Stebbins as a go- getter. "We need someone who isn't afraid of being in- volved," said Grant "A lot of the people who've come into the office since the election seem to know Charlene already which is an in&cation that she's already out there working." Stebbins cited word-of- mouth, distributing flyers and tacking up posters, as some simple ways to encourage people to become involved in community organizing, and to foster volunteerism. "I just want to help people become more aware of what's going on," Stebbins said. mwawff cmqm u.c.c, Roy. John Hnggorty, Sunday Services - 11 o.m. h 9.Sonl !0 o.m. . st. tdm's   Woodsville, N.H. Rev. Frances Potter, Holy Communion 1st, 3rd and 5thSondays- 11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer, 2nd and 4th, Sund/s - 11:000.m. Clmr ef the Heamm Rv. H/song, poster. Sunday, 9:45 o.m., Sunday school. 11 a.m., morning worship, 7 p.m., nvoning worship. Wednesdoy, 7:15 p.m., mid-we#;' servicn. tied aeddl Rev. WUlinat L. ShMor, pastor. Sunday, 11 o.m., moing worship; church gho for pre- school childr. Tuesdoys, 6,30 o.m., men's Ixonkfast. Heon Rutherford is loading o Rilde study group at her home on 11rsclays frm 9:30-11 a.m.; e is welcome. Cdwr ht a., .kort E. PoAor, pastor. nd, I0 o.m., Sunday school. 11,00 morning worship. 7 p.m. evening service. Wednesdoy, 7 p.m., prayer meeting. Saturday, 7 p.m., young pao0e's monfing. 9,30 Vermont c,= o... Rev, John Knht - .ndav Sm'vk 10.'45, tqk nd .dod 9,30 o.m. - Child Cam wvs - Provided.  Mamdlm amordm Bradford, Vt, Rev. James Boudronu. undoy Griffith- Sorvkes 10:30 n.m. Sundayhoo19:15a.m. n.m., Youth AIIAgeslnvlted. Tutoring Bredfenl Imllelliml Free Sunday Schonl 9:45 o.m., Morning Worship 11:00 a,m.. Mid-Week Bible Study hot., 7,30 p.m. Owr Ledy  Itl Help Clweck 9rodf-ord, Vt. Father James Cannon C.s.s.R. . Mass, 5:!5 p.m. Sun. Mass., 9:00 and !1:00 o.m. OIIm CEIff Flnt ml Om Stq)lvm J. Polrn, pastor. ,%mdoy .hool, 9.45 era. Morning Worship, 11. Evening 'vke. 7. Richard A. White, Pastor, Sunday Worship 11:00 o.m., Sunday School 9:45 o.m., Pot Luck & Vor, parS nlwsday, 6:00 p.m. Choir reSq, Thmlduy, 7:30 p.m. pJU! st. mm,'s Oq, d (qd***) lh. R,v. W'dl Addmon. Smdoy Sor*. 1000 e.m. 14(: first, third md fifth. Sundays end MP, secord end fern15 Sumlays. " I0 e.m., R.  .  t4 School I0,00 a.m. You Fdlowship Surd.y .., ss, 6:30 evening. Yomh Fdinwehlp Gredes 7 thro ,v o.m. '12. Aft ore welcome. He,b-V m. ChorcU Newlry, Vt, Rev. Joseph Rinaldi. Fndoy School, 9:45 o.m, Morning Service, 11 a,m., Evening FMIowship, 7:30 p.m, Bible Study, Wed., 7:30 p,m. irf GAT! COKNBI Um PmllodM lr Rev. Morion T. Redding. Sond Worship, 1130 a.m. Chorch Schod, 9 o.m. IOgTN NKWRWIT "Eid Lee Manning. Worship Seco, Ca=tgrday, 2:30 p.m. Rnv. Lee Manning. Saturday Sorrier" - Sh School - 1 p.m. Worship Trvice - 2:30 p.m. gPUTN RI164Ti Umd Pmelwmbm Rev. Marion T. Reddin9. Sunday Worship, 10 o.m. Chorch Schonl, 9a.m. .bbt Ck Pustor -- Joy Oilier, 785-4488. Sunday evening service 7:00 p.m. (Thoffmd CAnt Community Building). m. morning service 10:45 a.m. Bible Study Thurs. Droning 7:00 p.m. o4 the DiHor's home. OKIOS VlLLArd IMbm I  Cmd0 Union Villnge. Vt. Poster -- Rev. Gary Wait. United rvices during the winter with !1fford Go, mr 11mthy I Ore.d0 Morning Service lO:300.m. All nges invited. Investment Strategies. Speakers for the morning session will include John Sullivan, Certified Public Accountant; Jean Baldwin, Banking Representative; and Paul Giuliani, Attorney-at- Law. Current Vermont Investment Trends will be addressed in the afternoon session by George Dickson, Franklin-Lamoille Bank; Steven Jeffrey, Vermont League of Cities and Towns; and others in a panel discussion moderated by Paul Ruse, Jr. Registration and coffee will he available at 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. when Moderator Richard Goodro opens the seminar. For a copy of the program and registration information, contact Noah Thompson, CRD Specialist, FEA, East Gate-Bldg. No. 4, Winooski, Vt., 05404; telephone 656-4420. GRAFFON COUNTY HOME VOODSVILLE-- As May rolls around, the Home, is filled with much excitement. May turned out to be a very busy month l On May 8, the Glenclfff Home for the Elderly, invited some of the reslnts from the Home, "to a magic show. It turned out to be a very magical afternoon. Everyone enjoyed the show. Residents who went were: Jimmy Smith, Sammy Tift, Diann Greene, Eleanor Thorton, Grace Thibodeau, Harold Smith, Glenna Bowen, Helen McCormack, Francis LeBlanc, Charles Marcroft, Philomena Porfido, Oscar Hill, Roger Howland, and John Pinker, The volunteers who helped the Activity Department with this function were Polly Colby and David Burroughs If. May 11, Alma Castonquay, Knit Wrap Knit 5024 ml.tl RIV St. EqP-'n Joseph Freud, Pastor, C.s.s.R. Saturday Night Mass - 7:00 p.m. Sunday MaSS. - 9,30 a.fn. This handy knit stole is made from 3-ply finger- ing yarn in an open-lace stitch. Ideal wrap for chilly breezes. No. 5024 has full knit directions. TO ORDER. send $1.80 for e,h pattern, plus SO for pestap nnd handllnR. I'ig6 -Aii: d Amerlras Hew York, N.Y. 10111 Print Nine, Address witR ZiP CODE and SP/le HemDor. 1982 ALBUM with 16-page GIFT SECTION with full directions. Price... $2.25. BOOKS at $3.2S each {b12D-OOLLS-OId end No'#. How to dress them; how to make IHem 6-130 -- KEEPSAKE OUILTS. 24 ptoged and eppllqned deslpe. O.131-HEIRLOOM HANDIWORK-30 types of andlework skills, a-132-TO GIVE Or KEEP--40 net d!ework items to make. O.133-CRAFT$-68 paps of qglck. father, the bride wore a gown of hand-smocked white cotton voile over a satin underskirt. She made her own dress. Her attendants wore lavender skirts and white blouses and carried purple lilacs. Nieces of the couple were flower girls: Kara Mauchley and Beverly Ho Sing Loy. Ring bearer was Kris Mauchly, nephew of the bride. Matron of honor for her sister was Mrs. Daniel Asselin. Bridesmaids were Lisa Grand of Campton, Julie Grady of Thornton, Pam D'arrigo of Buffalo, N.Y., and Millioent Rolon of the Bronx, N.Y. The best man was Peter He Sing Loy. Ushers were Thomas Mauchly, Ruble Oullette, Ray Rose, and Stuart from Cornell University last Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hogue of . week. Mrs. Loy has been Wylie, she is a student at the COMMUNITY studying at Ithaca College. East Texas State University. HEALTH SERVICES She will continue her studies The groom is a graduate of THETFORD-- The annual when the couple is set up in Northfield H.S. (1978) and board meeting of the Corn- their home in Santa Monica, recently graduated from East munity Health Service, Inc., Calif. Texas State University. He is will be held on June 15 at Mrs. Music for the occasion was the son of Mrs. George Barber Rebecca Gardener's house in rendered by Eva Mauchly of BradLford. Thefford. The meeting will who sang and John William The couple came to Ver- beginat7:00p.m. Mauchly who sang and John mont on their honeymoon William Mauchly who played flute and guitar solos, Sidney ' Reed joined him as ac- // lt  companist. Mary Ellen and , . Elizabeth Reed sang a duet. r,411 z#  The couple will be on a month's wedding trip ,1 [t I ,,. traveling to the coast. DIAMONDS * WATCHES .... , : . We Repair ACCUTRON, TIMEX HASKELL JEWELERS ......... .............. A -- /t, j Ckdl,I WEST LEBANON. N H Littleton, NH 03561  dmuvi MEMBER NATIONAL INJDAL SERVICE , tO03 444-3351 .... , ...... Sammy Tiff, Jimmy Smith and Polly Gilman, went to the Senior Citizens Dinner, in Orford. Everyone enjoyed the meal and the entertainment. RSVP volunteer, Polly Tobey went with us. On May 27, Alma Castonquay and Philomena Porfido, Doreen Moody and Fran Wilkens, attended the RSVP Volunteer Recognition Dinner. Certificates and pins were awarded. A beautiful buffet followed the award ceremony. To round off the afternoon, there was a sing- along and then music for dancing. Many volunteers gathered from all arounn. Everyone had a nice time. Other regular volunteers from the Home who attended were: Grace Green, Gertrude Brooks, Carrie Conery, Ethel Fellows, Polly Smith, Eola Smith and Polly, Tobey. May 26, the Haverhill Women's Fellowship, spon- sored a birthday party. A dog show was put on by Bernice Johnson with the help of the Handicapped group sponsors meeting at Blue Mt. school WELLS RIVER-- The Upper Valley Association for Han- dicapped Citizens is spon- soring a meeting at the Blue Mountain School, Wells River, June 15 at 7:30 p.m. Subjects under discussion will include the role of ad- vocates for handicapped people in: -- helping handicapped citizens adjust in community living situations; -- monitoring existing and future residences in the community; -- effectively advancing legislation to benefit han- dicapped people; -- working together toward appropriate educational services for all children. Leading the discussion will be experts from the Vermont Coalition of the Hanicapped: Dr. Bobbi Kamil- trainer; Dorothy Reed -- project coordinator; Ken Schatz attorney; Joan Sylvester -- trainer; Martha Whitney -- housing advocate. Give Dad The Rich Feel & Distinctive Look Of Genuine Leather WALLAWA" RECLINER BY BERKLINE Just $399 MOTHER NATURE MADE LEATHER DURABLE, SUPPLE & LUXURIOUS.. NOW BERKLINE HAS ladies from the Haverhill According to Ray Meer- MADE IT AFFORDABLE! Women's Fellowship. bergen, UVAHC President, Cards were passed out and following groups to attend this ;:. : cake and soda was enjoyed by meeting and contribute to the I['I[,l\\; :' [ RECURS I all. The birthdays for May discussion: parents, .. ,. . were: Philomena Porfido, educators, mental health,[ ll-- Herman Avery, Florence professionals, clergymen, I[  I 20% OFF ! Gilman, Walter Hazleton, legislators, medical Charles Lyndes, Bertha professionals. .... Kimball, Karl Viau, Marion Meerbergen states there I[  [ l I Berube, Earl Laskey, Ione will be a special opportunity at Trajono and Lena Kovalsky. this meeting to learn how to We would like to thank the best prepare the way for i[ I/'lt  l][[J [ I Haverhill Women's handicapped citizens to lead FURNITURE Ill I 00llr Illlml00m00 | f00!,lj00 / ll Fellowship for sponsoring the fruitful, independent, and AND CARPET 1 May's birthday parties, happy lives in Vermont / , :  , On May 28, a group of communities, l ll--ll ii'..r Bradord'v`" second graders from the II  ..... \\; -5758 Woodsville Elementary QUOTE School, came to visit some of "There's many a good tune the patients, whom they had played on an old fiddle." - been writing letters too. Everyone enjoyed the visit. To finish off the month, was our third annual Memorial Day Parade, on May 31. It was a hugh success for all of the folks here at the Home, and also for all the friends at the Glencliff Home, who also came to enjoy the parade. We would like to thank all of the groups, volunteers, depart- ments and invididuals, who participated in the paradeand everyone who helped get the patients out of doors to the big event. Samuel Butler FREE EX-LAX PILLS PLUS 20 COUPON Ex-Lax relieves constipation so gently, so dependably, we call it "The Overnight Wonder." For your free samples and coupon: Send us your nane and address. We'll send you four gentle Ex-Lax Piils 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 Service - 10:30 o,m. child core provided, to-make Items. doySchool-9o.m. " - - -_ " _ _ m "  ' " WIST NtWHB Rev. Joseph DuCoet, Prater. o Sm." es 10:45 o.rn, Church Schod- -'-- I CLEANERS , Pastor, Gordon Cock, Sunday Schod, 9,15 m. Wonp s.,, lobe a.., yor Your complete clothing care center sr,, (s.), 7,00 .m., T,.  , For pick-up and delivery service  $It, 10:00 o.m.; Fdowship Night (Wed.), 7:00 p.m. Phone 444-2742 " Coil collect. ,ARS ROEBUCK, Woedsville, N.H. PIKE STORE, Pike, N.H. t, ktAM's STORE, E. Corinth, Vt. FAIRLBE GENERAL, Rdrlee, Vt. CRrORDVKLE STORE, Odoivilo, N.H. BATH VARETY ST(E, Oath. N,H. CROTON GENERAL STORE, Graton, Vt. SOUTH RYEGATE STORE, South Ryngate, Vt. wSTERN AUTO STORE, Bredfacd, Vt. MERRILLS' INJRANCE OFFICE, Ligxm, N.H. Summer Casuals. by Jilt It000. $13.00 $12.00 $1 }, featuring Springmaid Harmonaire fabric cotton Kodel Assorted bright and basic colors. Sizes 8-18. CHARGE NIGHTS 'TIL ACCOUNT 9:00 P.M. YOUR FAMILY OEPARTMENT STOR 00merican Heritage essay contest ltiip,J.F.W. AUXILIARY POST NO. 5245 '-l' .. :_ 3rd Place-- Bruce Enderson " ,mu it is a pleasure to be a citizen of the United of America. The reason why I think so is , our soldiers fought very very hard for us, so Iye COUld be able to make our own decisions and do ;;''therwrdsbe:eFree'live The Army, m ca is" my favorite plac to . Puree of our country do not go arounu - how powerful we are like other 00ation's haowCa[mproud and strong, so we do not have to B n,opow_e-,ul we are. t 0tllly:I think war is stupid. Why can't people 0lr ,m lkthings out instead of holding the threat of #S i - - -- |t..l am trying to say is, I wish the whole world i,t-- -- lUS-stop fighting. I love my country and I love le.in my country. I especially love watching lll-"wg Whipping in the wind. ; ELECTED--- On May 6 and 7 the Business Leaders of America held its al state convention at The Village at 01.eNOtch, in Jeffersonville, Vt. Elections for II- rs were held. The following students from Mountain Union Chapter were elected (! to r) aye, daughter of Mr'. and Mrs. John Pave of }l[: .'., 8tare Historian; Darlene Nutter, daughter It M Mrs. Raymond Nutter, Jr. of Barnet, State B00ty Bogie, daughter of Mr. a,d Mrs. :uogie of-Barnet, State Treasurer. Darlene was the recipient of a merit award in .Ommunications and Who's Who in FBLA at 1. Their advisor is Ruth Cousins of to seek grants from page 1 ) bid was for $83,316. The other Ltline goes on two bids submitted were from program Rodd Roofing, St. Johnsbury, for $82,990, and R & X Con- Education" -- struction Services, of Mid- designed to dlebury Conn., which bid through 12, $85,554. restricted to Principal Ailing through 12. Administrative Assistant and corn- Wayne Richardson reported to will work the board for Principal the use of William G. Randall, who is re'covering from penumonia. Included in the report were p h ys i c a I end of the year schedules. and science State senator Scudder at a Parker will speak at graduation on June I0, and Lt. klrContract Guy. Madeline Kunin will 3 meeting the speak at the Baccalaureate bids from the evening of June 6. and repair CORINTH SCHOOL cie's Roofing BOARD Johnsbury. CORINTH-- The Unified replacing School District 36 School roof with Board will meet on Thursday, rubber roof June 10, at the Elementary a 12 year School. The meeting starts at 7:30 p.m., and is open to the winning public. June 9, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 Sharon.Bird wed Vermont munieipal Jayne Mauchly weds ( to Patr00k ;[/eyers lHo00mm00 u Sing Loy 00mclal WE -- " They carried an arrangement FAIRLEE-- The Vermont PLYMOUTH-- St. Matthew s Santorn all of Plymouth; and ' -- Bird, daughter of Mr. and of yellow sweetheart roses. Municipal Clerks and Roman Catholic Church in MichaelHoSingLoy.  1 1"1r f 1 Mrs. Henry Bird formerly of Sally Weyers, sister of the Treasurers Association; the Plymouth was the scene of the .Kara Mauchly and Beverly I-'am00la l-IfltOr11 web Wentworth but now of groom, as junior bridesmaid Vermont Department of 1'00. p.m. wedding last no mg boy, meces, ot me .L q=,.--l,,,=., .---vm.-.-,, ,, Plymouth, became the bride carried a basket of daisies. Housing and Community Saturday of Jayne Elizabeth couplewere.flowerglrls. .-- -- 1" /  on May 15 of Patrick A. The best man was Francis Affairs; and the UVM Mauchly and Paul Anthony A 00eop.oo m -onn 00noram Weyers, son of Mr. and Mrs. St. Hillaire of Williamstown, Extension Service have HoSingLoy guests was neia a el Harold L W ers, J , of Mass., Steven nd Shown combim th ' r, ources to The R we"end Fath r I aul oed] wen. ue s inclu.ded WYLIE, TEX-- Join Willian .own, ass. Bird, brother f the plan av pre mt Vermont evens ff iated. TI  b ide ,ebx ie'sl anal ents,,r; Christopher On,rate a:d The] verer Micha and bridegr omserw lalushers. Munic )al Tx asurers the taulhter of [r. md .dol . L zren, .ana, m Pamela Denise ]Iogue were Jane H, derso ffficiat .. Mr. De: il Smith as soloist. Inform ona' ;err mr. rs. J  s Mau< aly of :mox aw r: atmeen united in marring,.' on May .6, Given in m 5agel her Folio ,ingare :pt an at the The 1 pie [ t . daylong yr!! ] tnnhd:c !ii n du !/i! / e:d!bTldeeaigh father, e hrb wore, {own Cold pring Re ort in semina, >n T rs, y, June24 ner?y'w? rsmc;Yr at of sati ustre :repe tha Ashlan , the cou le eft for a at the Lak 1 ,rey Inn, chapel train, tiered with week's vacation at Virginia Fairlee will be Municipal Given in marriage by her Mr. Loy was graduated The bride is e daughter of ) Harold J. Weyers, Jr., of Mass., Steven and Shown combined their resources to The Reverend Father Paul Woedhaven. Guests included WYLIE, TEX.-- John where they visited with many Williamstown, Mass. Bird, brother of the plan and present a Vermont Stevens officiated. The bride the bride's grandparents, Mr. Christopher Onorato and of the grooms family and The Reverend Michael and bridegroom served as ushers. Municipal Treasurers is the daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. Laurence Hand, of Pamela Denise Hogne were friends after which they Jane Henderson officiated. Mr. Denzil Smith was soloist. Informational Seminar. Mrs. James Mauchly of Milford and Mrs. Kathleen united in marriage on May 16, returned to Texas to live and Given in marriage by her Following a reception at the The topic of the daylong Warren and the groom is the ' Mauchly of Ambles, Pa.; and in a double ring ceremony at work. father, the bride wore a gown Cold Spring Resort in seminar on Thursday, June 24 son of Mr. and Mrs. Ho Sing Ted Mauchley, formerly with the United Methodist Church of satin-lustre crepe with a Ashland, the couple left for a at the Lake Mercy Inn, Loy of Mission Viejo, Calif. the Texas Oilers. chiffon ruffles and lace. She carried a bouquet of daisies, yellow sweetheart roses and baby's breath. The gown was made by her mother. Bridesmaids were Denise Brigolski of Meriden, Coon, and Cammy Huckins of Plymouth. Their gowns were of yellow organdy trimmed with white lace and ribbons. Beach. They will live in Greenfield, Mass. Both are alumni of Daniel Webster College in Nashua and they are em- ployed in Greenfield. Sharon is office manager of Bartlett's Clothing Store and Patrick works in the purchasing department of Wilsons. Bradford rep elected to Community Action board BRADFORD A public Stebbins, who is a weekend student in Vermont College's GEPFE program, has a three- year-old daughter. She has been active in volunteer voter registration and worked with the Vermont Alliance last year for utility rate reform. election held at Central Vermon[ Community Action's , Bradford office, voted , "Charlene Stebbins its low- income representative to CVCAC's Board of Directors, and Conrad Beauchane as its alternate representative. Said Stebbins, "We both plan to take an active role and keep people informed about what help is available through Community Action." : - I0:00- )" 1100 a.m.- :30 p.m., Lm. Charlene Stebbins Mary Grant, coordinator at the CVCAC Bradford office, described Stebbins as a go- getter. "We need someone who isn't afraid of being in- volved," said Grant "A lot of the people who've come into the office since the election seem to know Charlene already which is an in&cation that she's already out there working." Stebbins cited word-of- mouth, distributing flyers and tacking up posters, as some simple ways to encourage people to become involved in community organizing, and to foster volunteerism. "I just want to help people become more aware of what's going on," Stebbins said. mwawff cmqm u.c.c, Roy. John Hnggorty, Sunday Services - 11 o.m. h 9.Sonl !0 o.m. . st. tdm's   Woodsville, N.H. Rev. Frances Potter, Holy Communion 1st, 3rd and 5thSondays- 11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer, 2nd and 4th, Sund/s - 11:000.m. Clmr ef the Heamm Rv. H/song, poster. Sunday, 9:45 o.m., Sunday school. 11 a.m., morning worship, 7 p.m., nvoning worship. Wednesdoy, 7:15 p.m., mid-we#;' servicn. tied aeddl Rev. WUlinat L. ShMor, pastor. Sunday, 11 o.m., moing worship; church gho for pre- school childr. Tuesdoys, 6,30 o.m., men's Ixonkfast. Heon Rutherford is loading o Rilde study group at her home on 11rsclays frm 9:30-11 a.m.; e is welcome. Cdwr ht a., .kort E. PoAor, pastor. nd, I0 o.m., Sunday school. 11,00 morning worship. 7 p.m. evening service. Wednesdoy, 7 p.m., prayer meeting. Saturday, 7 p.m., young pao0e's monfing. 9,30 Vermont c,= o... Rev, John Knht - .ndav Sm'vk 10.'45, tqk nd .dod 9,30 o.m. - Child Cam wvs - Provided.  Mamdlm amordm Bradford, Vt, Rev. James Boudronu. undoy Griffith- Sorvkes 10:30 n.m. Sundayhoo19:15a.m. n.m., Youth AIIAgeslnvlted. Tutoring Bredfenl Imllelliml Free Sunday Schonl 9:45 o.m., Morning Worship 11:00 a,m.. Mid-Week Bible Study hot., 7,30 p.m. Owr Ledy  Itl Help Clweck 9rodf-ord, Vt. Father James Cannon C.s.s.R. . Mass, 5:!5 p.m. Sun. Mass., 9:00 and !1:00 o.m. OIIm CEIff Flnt ml Om Stq)lvm J. Polrn, pastor. ,%mdoy .hool, 9.45 era. Morning Worship, 11. Evening 'vke. 7. Richard A. White, Pastor, Sunday Worship 11:00 o.m., Sunday School 9:45 o.m., Pot Luck & Vor, parS nlwsday, 6:00 p.m. Choir reSq, Thmlduy, 7:30 p.m. pJU! st. mm,'s Oq, d (qd***) lh. R,v. W'dl Addmon. Smdoy Sor*. 1000 e.m. 14(: first, third md fifth. Sundays end MP, secord end fern15 Sumlays. " I0 e.m., R.  .  t4 School I0,00 a.m. You Fdlowship Surd.y .., ss, 6:30 evening. Yomh Fdinwehlp Gredes 7 thro ,v o.m. '12. Aft ore welcome. He,b-V m. ChorcU Newlry, Vt, Rev. Joseph Rinaldi. Fndoy School, 9:45 o.m, Morning Service, 11 a,m., Evening FMIowship, 7:30 p.m, Bible Study, Wed., 7:30 p,m. irf GAT! COKNBI Um PmllodM lr Rev. Morion T. Redding. Sond Worship, 1130 a.m. Chorch Schod, 9 o.m. IOgTN NKWRWIT "Eid Lee Manning. Worship Seco, Ca=tgrday, 2:30 p.m. Rnv. Lee Manning. Saturday Sorrier" - Sh School - 1 p.m. Worship Trvice - 2:30 p.m. gPUTN RI164Ti Umd Pmelwmbm Rev. Marion T. Reddin9. Sunday Worship, 10 o.m. Chorch Schonl, 9a.m. .bbt Ck Pustor -- Joy Oilier, 785-4488. Sunday evening service 7:00 p.m. (Thoffmd CAnt Community Building). m. morning service 10:45 a.m. Bible Study Thurs. Droning 7:00 p.m. o4 the DiHor's home. OKIOS VlLLArd IMbm I  Cmd0 Union Villnge. Vt. Poster -- Rev. Gary Wait. United rvices during the winter with !1fford Go, mr 11mthy I Ore.d0 Morning Service lO:300.m. All nges invited. Investment Strategies. Speakers for the morning session will include John Sullivan, Certified Public Accountant; Jean Baldwin, Banking Representative; and Paul Giuliani, Attorney-at- Law. Current Vermont Investment Trends will be addressed in the afternoon session by George Dickson, Franklin-Lamoille Bank; Steven Jeffrey, Vermont League of Cities and Towns; and others in a panel discussion moderated by Paul Ruse, Jr. Registration and coffee will he available at 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. when Moderator Richard Goodro opens the seminar. For a copy of the program and registration information, contact Noah Thompson, CRD Specialist, FEA, East Gate-Bldg. No. 4, Winooski, Vt., 05404; telephone 656-4420. GRAFFON COUNTY HOME VOODSVILLE-- As May rolls around, the Home, is filled with much excitement. May turned out to be a very busy month l On May 8, the Glenclfff Home for the Elderly, invited some of the reslnts from the Home, "to a magic show. It turned out to be a very magical afternoon. Everyone enjoyed the show. Residents who went were: Jimmy Smith, Sammy Tift, Diann Greene, Eleanor Thorton, Grace Thibodeau, Harold Smith, Glenna Bowen, Helen McCormack, Francis LeBlanc, Charles Marcroft, Philomena Porfido, Oscar Hill, Roger Howland, and John Pinker, The volunteers who helped the Activity Department with this function were Polly Colby and David Burroughs If. May 11, Alma Castonquay, Knit Wrap Knit 5024 ml.tl RIV St. EqP-'n Joseph Freud, Pastor, C.s.s.R. Saturday Night Mass - 7:00 p.m. Sunday MaSS. - 9,30 a.fn. This handy knit stole is made from 3-ply finger- ing yarn in an open-lace stitch. Ideal wrap for chilly breezes. No. 5024 has full knit directions. TO ORDER. send $1.80 for e,h pattern, plus SO for pestap nnd handllnR. I'ig6 -Aii: d Amerlras Hew York, N.Y. 10111 Print Nine, Address witR ZiP CODE and SP/le HemDor. 1982 ALBUM with 16-page GIFT SECTION with full directions. Price... $2.25. BOOKS at $3.2S each {b12D-OOLLS-OId end No'#. How to dress them; how to make IHem 6-130 -- KEEPSAKE OUILTS. 24 ptoged and eppllqned deslpe. O.131-HEIRLOOM HANDIWORK-30 types of andlework skills, a-132-TO GIVE Or KEEP--40 net d!ework items to make. O.133-CRAFT$-68 paps of qglck. father, the bride wore a gown of hand-smocked white cotton voile over a satin underskirt. She made her own dress. Her attendants wore lavender skirts and white blouses and carried purple lilacs. Nieces of the couple were flower girls: Kara Mauchley and Beverly Ho Sing Loy. Ring bearer was Kris Mauchly, nephew of the bride. Matron of honor for her sister was Mrs. Daniel Asselin. Bridesmaids were Lisa Grand of Campton, Julie Grady of Thornton, Pam D'arrigo of Buffalo, N.Y., and Millioent Rolon of the Bronx, N.Y. The best man was Peter He Sing Loy. Ushers were Thomas Mauchly, Ruble Oullette, Ray Rose, and Stuart from Cornell University last Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hogue of . week. Mrs. Loy has been Wylie, she is a student at the COMMUNITY studying at Ithaca College. East Texas State University. HEALTH SERVICES She will continue her studies The groom is a graduate of THETFORD-- The annual when the couple is set up in Northfield H.S. (1978) and board meeting of the Corn- their home in Santa Monica, recently graduated from East munity Health Service, Inc., Calif. Texas State University. He is will be held on June 15 at Mrs. Music for the occasion was the son of Mrs. George Barber Rebecca Gardener's house in rendered by Eva Mauchly of BradLford. Thefford. The meeting will who sang and John William The couple came to Ver- beginat7:00p.m. Mauchly who sang and John mont on their honeymoon William Mauchly who played flute and guitar solos, Sidney ' Reed joined him as ac- // lt  companist. Mary Ellen and , . Elizabeth Reed sang a duet. r,411 z#  The couple will be on a month's wedding trip ,1 [t I ,,. traveling to the coast. DIAMONDS * WATCHES .... , : . We Repair ACCUTRON, TIMEX HASKELL JEWELERS ......... .............. A -- /t, j Ckdl,I WEST LEBANON. N H Littleton, NH 03561  dmuvi MEMBER NATIONAL INJDAL SERVICE , tO03 444-3351 .... , ...... Sammy Tiff, Jimmy Smith and Polly Gilman, went to the Senior Citizens Dinner, in Orford. Everyone enjoyed the meal and the entertainment. RSVP volunteer, Polly Tobey went with us. On May 27, Alma Castonquay and Philomena Porfido, Doreen Moody and Fran Wilkens, attended the RSVP Volunteer Recognition Dinner. Certificates and pins were awarded. A beautiful buffet followed the award ceremony. To round off the afternoon, there was a sing- along and then music for dancing. Many volunteers gathered from all arounn. Everyone had a nice time. Other regular volunteers from the Home who attended were: Grace Green, Gertrude Brooks, Carrie Conery, Ethel Fellows, Polly Smith, Eola Smith and Polly, Tobey. May 26, the Haverhill Women's Fellowship, spon- sored a birthday party. A dog show was put on by Bernice Johnson with the help of the Handicapped group sponsors meeting at Blue Mt. school WELLS RIVER-- The Upper Valley Association for Han- dicapped Citizens is spon- soring a meeting at the Blue Mountain School, Wells River, June 15 at 7:30 p.m. Subjects under discussion will include the role of ad- vocates for handicapped people in: -- helping handicapped citizens adjust in community living situations; -- monitoring existing and future residences in the community; -- effectively advancing legislation to benefit han- dicapped people; -- working together toward appropriate educational services for all children. Leading the discussion will be experts from the Vermont Coalition of the Hanicapped: Dr. Bobbi Kamil- trainer; Dorothy Reed -- project coordinator; Ken Schatz attorney; Joan Sylvester -- trainer; Martha Whitney -- housing advocate. 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Kimball, Karl Viau, Marion Meerbergen states there I[  [ l I Berube, Earl Laskey, Ione will be a special opportunity at Trajono and Lena Kovalsky. this meeting to learn how to We would like to thank the best prepare the way for i[ I/'lt  l][[J [ I Haverhill Women's handicapped citizens to lead FURNITURE Ill I 00llr Illlml00m00 | f00!,lj00 / ll Fellowship for sponsoring the fruitful, independent, and AND CARPET 1 May's birthday parties, happy lives in Vermont / , :  , On May 28, a group of communities, l ll--ll ii'..r Bradord'v`" second graders from the II  ..... \\; -5758 Woodsville Elementary QUOTE School, came to visit some of "There's many a good tune the patients, whom they had played on an old fiddle." - been writing letters too. Everyone enjoyed the visit. To finish off the month, was our third annual Memorial Day Parade, on May 31. It was a hugh success for all of the folks here at the Home, and also for all the friends at the Glencliff Home, who also came to enjoy the parade. 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