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June 10, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 LLELin-Wood Grafton Revue modeled outfits s. Merinda and the models Tingley's County 4.H holds fashion revue, songfest conia; Kristi Blessing, Pam Blessing -- N. Monroe Mt. Breeze 4-H Club, Monroe; Shelley Matthews -- Mt. Stinson Girls, Rumney; Francesca Peters -- Sunrise 4- H Club, I,andaff; Virginia Briggs-Snowcross, Franconia, and Donna Nelly --Lilac Lassies 4-H Club, Canaan, N.H. Juniors chosen to go to State Activities Day were Judy Sells piano kept the background moving. The stage setting of "Back to Basics," quilts, treadle sewing machine was arranged by the Lincoln Bits and Pieces 4-H Club. Seniors chosen to go to 4-H State Activities Day in Durham were Olivia Listz- wan, Cindy Ward, Linda Ward, Carol Briggs- Snowcross 4-H Club, Fran- WINNERS--Senior 4-H winners at Grafton County Fashion Revue. -- Mt. Stinson Girls, Rumney; Elizabeth Townsend -- Cherokee, Lebanon; Lisa Poitras -- Mt. Stinson Girls, Rumney; Rochelle Farr -- Hunt Mt. Monroe; Nanch Hehre -- Oliverian, Haverhill; Karen Miller and Kim Newhall -- Lilac Lassies, W. Canaan; Doug Blay -- Ammonoosuc 4-H Club, Lisbon; Andrea Therriault -- Lilac Lassies, WCanaan. Other participants were 3- F's & Bath Braves 4-H Club -- Lisa Driscoll, Stephanie and Virginia Englert, Kristy Gilbert; Cindy and Wendy Goslant, Elizabeth Peters, Judy Peters, Tins Woods, and Kelly Wyman; Cherokee- Lebanon -- Erin Sullivan; Bob-O-Links -- P. Bruce, Donna and Reginia Citeroni, Nicole Eno, Shiela Fabrizio, Becky and Karen Keniston, Karla-Marie Lane, Amanda Morrill, Stephanie Page, Jessica Schablein, Samantha Stoddard and Angela Thayer, P. Reed; Oliverian-Haverhill and Pike -- Heather Bigelow, Mary Doyle, Jennifer Gherardi, Carol Leonard; Sunrise-Lndaff -- Karen Locke; Jennifer Jo Peters; Snowcross-Franconia -- Lucy Briggs; Ammonoosuc-Lisbon -- Tammy Beasley, Stepbanie Bronson, Debbie Glidden; Hunt Mt.-Monroe -- Michelle Farr, Kelli Gochee, Pam Keenan; Hatchet-Lyme -- Jean Carter, Lisa Goodrich, Kathy Laraway. Mt. Stinson Girls-Rumney -- Sandie Chamberlain, Alison Grass, Becky Harrington, Sabrina Manion, Christine Morabito, BRADFORD--Sheldon H. Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Fisher of Bradford, was among 145 students receiving the Doctor of Osteopathy degree from The University of Health Sciences - College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kansas City, Mo., May 17. Dr. Fisher is a 1972 B.A. degree graduate of Ohio University. He and his wife, Amy, are now living in Detroit, Mich., where he is interning at Detroit Osteopathic Hospital. Charles E. Hewett weds Jacqueline A. Kennedy ' Social L,. . Harold Weyers Jr. to wed Shawn Bird WENTWORTH-Mr. and Mrs. Long-time residents of Henry C. Bird have announced Wentworth, the Birds recently the engagement of their moved to Plymouth. daughter, Sharon, to Patrick Miss Bird is a graduate of Weyers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Plymouth Area High School, Harold J. Weyers, Jr., of Class of 1975. She is presently W'illiamstown, Mass. employed at Bartlett's Inc., in Greenfield, Mass., as office manager. Mr. Weyers is a graduate of Mt. Greylock Regional High School, Williamstowa, Class of 1976. Both Miss Bird and Mr. Weyers are graduates of FASHIONABLE--Grafton County 4-H Junior Fashion Review winners. Academy alumni reunion at Oxbow annual Alumni was School t, Henry of 1956, class of which of the Bob-O-Link news by BEOKY KENlSTON June 6 was the Bob-O-Link 4- H Club monthly meeting for roadcali. Everyone had to answer with what they want the club to do this summer. The club is planning to sing at the County Home. Members are also planning a camping trip. After the meeting, everyone worked on their records for the fairs. The club was also told that from the results of State Activities Day, the Action xhibit girls will be going to astern States. Regina Citeroni received a rosette for her demonstration. did and send her a ognized as eviated ad Plates were 1949, 25-Year In was she Harold Blaisdell. Seventeen out of 21 surviving members were present. They are: Nellie Andross Tomlinson, W. Topsham; Ruth Barrett Day, Springfield; Kenneth Bartlett, E. Hartford, Conn.; Harold Blaisdell, Pittsford; Catherine Blake Benjamin, Bradford; Bernice Couillard, Barre; Harry Dickerman, Erie, Pa., Glenn Erwin, Bomoseen; Gertrude Gilman Brooks, N. Haverhill; Vetha Holland, E. Corinth; Dorothy Judd La Pierre, Bradford; Gertrude King Rock, Enfield; Harry Lawrence, Lyn- danville; J. Wesley McLam, Groton; Minnie Moulton Wood, Concord, Vt.; William Mumler, Los Angeles, Calif.; Edwin Powers, Montpelier. Mr. Blaisdell entertained with stories. During the annual roll call, 137 responded. The secretary announced the death of Lillian Martin Dill, class of 1894. She also brought greetings from Alice Palmer Severance, class of 1905 and Frank Chase, class of 1908. The earliest class to respond to the Roll Call was 1909, represented by Charles Haskins. Eola Jewell Smith, class of 1930, was congratulated for having 100 per cent at- tendance at alumni banquets since her graduation. Thanks was expressed to the taaies in the kitchen by Huntington for the preparation and serving of the dinner. Entertainment was Provided by Robert Michalak of the Gong Show, N.B.C. He played the piano, presenting music from all eras and in- vitina.udience .participation. nasxms paitl tribute to m. tam year s banquet: Lillian Martin Dill - 1894; Bertha Renfrew Reighton- 1905; tara Cunningham Stacker - 1909; Myrtle Kimball Rutledge - 1913; Rose Pierson Peterson - 1918; Lucy Pratt Hayward - 1927; Wendell Hutchins - 1927; Olive Kenyon Sproul - 1927; Nelson K. Webster - 1931; Richard Dodge - 1932; Hilda La DeaU - 1936; Frances Hartwell Fadden - 1936; Margaret -- Janice Pollendar Larabee, 1958; Secretary -- Everdene Hood, 194o; T reaser.- Phyllis Hastings tluss, t. Executive Committee -- Carol Pollendar Taylor, 1962; Robert Nutting, 1960; Miriam Beard O Donneli, 1952; _Hom Kingsbury, 1949; JUmt Williams Barton, 1956. Scholarship Committee -- Meda Stanley Kinghorn, 1922; Mary Drew,. 1949; Martins Southworth Eaton - 1937; Day Stever; Betty Nutting Louise Peters Swardon - 1937; French, 1963; Richard Devins, Olive Hutchinson Edenfleld- 1959. 1939; Theo Hatch Stockman - Nominating Committee -- 1940; Betty Dudley pontre - Loland Blodgett, 1954; James 1941; LillianLongoWheatley" Barton, 1955; Henry Hun- 1953; Dabid Bigelow- 1955. tington, 1956. Dean Osgood, 1953, reported The evening closed with the for the nominating Corn- singing of the B.A. Song led by mittee-- President, Russell Dean Osgood, class of 1953. Kincaid, 1957; Vice President N ewbury man gets 4.H Club notes RYEGATE--Ten members of the Ryegate Trailblazers 4-H Club and three adults met April 17 at the Blue Mountain Grange Hall in Ryegate. After the business meeting everyone enjoyed making Easter baskets and bunnim out of egg cartons. The Lake Harvey Make Sates met May 5. Eleven members attended. A car wash was discussed to raise money. Members also talked about what they are going to do at State Day and what they did on vacation. The Harvey's Hollow Helpers met at the Swartz residence May 8. ]Reports were read and the club scrapbook was finished and passed around. Green-Up Day was discussed and so was me ,volleyball tourrment. Seven members from the Harvey's Hollow Helpers participated in Green-Up day. The club thanked the senior citizens who provided lunch 'for the 4-H'ers. Mike Deutsch joining Navy WENTWORTH--Michael C. Deutsch, 17, son of Conrad and Irene Deutsch, recently Masonic de s.v.', BRADFORD--CharitY Lodge. nights of d.elg.r.ee work was entry program, according to No. 43 F & A M of Bradforcl because art m m tim Lrtce Navy Petty Officer Henry A. met in Masonic apartments on and is shipping out to Turkey Isaacs of the Laconia Main Street June I-2 to. within a few days. All brothers Recruiting Station. wesent Second and Thiro wished him well on his new Michael, a senior at M:onic Degree to Carl assignment, plymouth Area High School, ' ori, son of Richard After the meeting, a enlisted for six years with collation was served by the guaranteed training in a Class Swenson of Newbury. 'n .... Brothers Joseph Adrian and individual for additional and Many brothers were I refreshment committee, A school that prepares the attenctance and all agreed the RiclmrdSwenson. advanced courses of in- work went very smoothly. All' brothers are looking tthis meeting there were forward to the family masonic struetion in the electronics inAa endance to aid in degree picnic on July 20th at Round field. hTrk and to be a spectator Michael will report for ree generations of swen- pond. active duty on June 25 and will attend basic training at the sons, a rare occurrence. Also during the evening, Brother R. W. Buzzell was presented to the East, where he honored W.M. Robert onnelly by pinning on  is Past Master jewel, a .l from Charity No 43 Lodge. Brother Buzzell also made a special presentation to Brother Carl Swenson. The reason for successive SQUARE DANCE BRADFORD-'A club level square dance spnsored by the Connecticut Valley Swingers will be held in the Oxbow High SchOOl cafeteria from 8-11 p m. June 20. Caller will be Al onty. Naval Training Center in Great Lakes, III. u,, i ii i i OlAMONOS * WATCHES We Repair ACCt. TIMEX. __ and kll Mkes. HASKE.LL JM[ Ltttton, NH 03581 Michele Muzzey, Pam Orodeckis, Kim Piper, Susan Sells; Lilac Lassies- W. Canaan -- Liz Acerno, Beth Baker, Karen Bliss, Laurie Clifford, Denise Collishaw, Andrea Hammond, Lori Jones, Christine Lacroix, Muffy & Tyler Moran, Elizabeth McAlister, Kiki Normandie, Kris Newhall, Carmen Stevens, and Mary Tucker; Cindy Stevens; Laf- A-Landers-Littleton -- Shari Carb. Apron Parade: No. Monroe- Mt. Breeze -- Judith Carroll LYME-Jacqueline A. Mr. Hewett is a graduate of Daniel Webster College in Kennedy, daughter ofMr. and Williams College and Yale Nashua. Mrs. Richard L. Kennedy of University. He is employed as Mr. Weyers is an assistant New Haven, Conn., and a program director at Dart- manager at McClelland's Charles E. Hewett of Norwich, mouth College. Stationery and office products son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hewett of Winthrop, Maine, were united in marriage at the Lyme Congregational Church June 6. Rev. Jeffrey Atwater officiated. Frances H. Anderson of Royal Oak, Mich., was the maid of honor. Mrs. Arthur T. Hammond of Wiscasset, Maine, Mrs. Joseph D. Messick of Guilford, Conn. The couple plan to live in in Williamstown. No date has Lyme. been set for the wedding. I II Iii I S/r00ag00n00 I I and Jenny Christian; Bob-O- Link - No. Haverhill.-- Jennie Verratti; 3-F's & Bath Braves -- Cindy Goslant, Rhonda Hurlbert, Jodi Landry, Kelly Wyman; Hunt Mt. - Monroe & Aimee Loranger and Annette Merchand; Lilac Lassies W. Canaan Becky Cantlin, Laurie Stone, Katherine Weaver, Karen Wright; Oliverian - Pike & Haverhill-- Carol Leonard and Jennifer Gherardi. Songfest groups going to State Activities Day -- Mt. Stinson Girls - Rumney in the small and large group. Other Scngfest winners -- 3'F's-Bath Braves; Lilac Lassies- W. Canaan; No. Monroe Mt. Breeze small and large group; Hunt Mt.- Monroe; Bob-O-Link-No. Haverhill small and large and Shann Kerner of New Britain, Conn., were bridesmaids. Jerome Doughty of Win- throp, Maine, was best man. Richard L. Kennedy Jr. of New Haven, Edward O. Sullivan of Mount Kisco, N.Y., and William T. Glidden of Fairlee were ushers. A reception was held at the Dartmouth Outing Club in Hanover. Mrs. Hewett graduated from khe University of Con- necticut and is attending Yale University. She is employed by the United States Forest Service in Rutland. Blood donors at Odord ORFORD--The senior class of group; Mt. Stinson Boys- Orford High School sponsored' Rumney; Oliverian - a Red Cross bloodmobile at Haverhill and Pike; Hatchet- Memorial Hall in Orford June Lyme; Cherokee-Lebanon. Songfest Judges -- Mrs. John Cobb, Woodsville and Mrs. Mary Musty, Piermont. Fashion Revue Committee: Mrs. Carolyn Grass, Rumney; Mrs. Gloria Carbonneau, Littleton, Mrs. Ruth Gully, Lincoln, Mrs. Esther Christy, W. Canaan; Mrs, Carolyn Townsend, Mrs. Merinda Townsend, Lebanon; Mrs. Karen Malz, Enfield, Mrs. Pat Blessing, Monroe and Miss Karen Gully, Lincoln. Ann E. Broekardt b on dean's list E. CORINTH--Ann E. 3. The following donated blood: From Orford: Donna Chapin, Blair Rich, Anne Bean, Duane Willey, Paul Gourney, Maurice Bean, Paul Handelman, Gary Bahlkow, Peter Miyares, Kel,ie Carter, Gerald Pease, Judy Adams, Lois Adams, Margaret Handelman, Carol Bean, Brenda Thomson, Leif Novick, Helen Daisey, Chase Kling, Kathy Baker, Barry LeBarron. From Piermont: Walter Woscott, Dorothy Barnes, Stan Talbot. From Fairlee: Vicki Eastman, Rita Nickles, Gordon Kee, Janet Kee. From W. Lebanon: Sandy Archibald, Gary Wells. From Lyme: Joyce Gray. Frond Bradford: Lena Corti. Brockardt, a sophomore at From W. Newbury: Linda Randolph-Macon Woman's Sohigian. College, was named to the From Pike: Alfred Rucker. Dean's List in recognition of From Hanover: Hugh her superior academic record Watson. for the 1981 swing semester. From Wilder: Gerald Ms. Brockhardt is the Fournier. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John From Wentworth: Priscilla W. Brockardt, East Corinth. Wolfe. Teresa Bagonzi earns psychology degree WOODSVILLE--Teresa M. Bagnnzi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bagonzi of Woodsville, was awarded a bachelor of arts cam laude in psychology at the 105th commencement of Boston College May 18. The commencement speaker was U.S. House Speaker Thomas P. O'Neill Jr., a 1936 graduate of Boston College, who was awarded the university's Ignatius Medal. This Boston College President's Medal of Excellence was presented by Rev. J. Donald Mona, S.J., 24th president of the university, to O'Neill in recognition of his "out- standing accomplishment" in a career "enriched by a religious dimension." More than 2,000 graduates received degrees. Teresa is a 1977 graduate of Woodsville High School and a 1976 graduate of St. Paul's Advanced Studies School. Her undergraduate ac- tivities included the Gold Key Society, undergraduate ad- missions and freshmen assistance programs. Additionally, Teresa has completed two years of research on children's stereotypes and perceptions of the elderly. Particularly, she was interested in the variable of contact with the aged. Her study is pending publication. NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. John Sundnas of Piermont are parents of a baby son, David John, born May 5 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial ltospital. We Now Have A Nure! 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The stage setting of "Back to Basics," quilts, treadle sewing machine was arranged by the Lincoln Bits and Pieces 4-H Club. Seniors chosen to go to 4-H State Activities Day in Durham were Olivia Listz- wan, Cindy Ward, Linda Ward, Carol Briggs- Snowcross 4-H Club, Fran- WINNERS--Senior 4-H winners at Grafton County Fashion Revue. -- Mt. Stinson Girls, Rumney; Elizabeth Townsend -- Cherokee, Lebanon; Lisa Poitras -- Mt. Stinson Girls, Rumney; Rochelle Farr -- Hunt Mt. Monroe; Nanch Hehre -- Oliverian, Haverhill; Karen Miller and Kim Newhall -- Lilac Lassies, W. Canaan; Doug Blay -- Ammonoosuc 4-H Club, Lisbon; Andrea Therriault -- Lilac Lassies, WCanaan. Other participants were 3- F's & Bath Braves 4-H Club -- Lisa Driscoll, Stephanie and Virginia Englert, Kristy Gilbert; Cindy and Wendy Goslant, Elizabeth Peters, Judy Peters, Tins Woods, and Kelly Wyman; Cherokee- Lebanon -- Erin Sullivan; Bob-O-Links -- P. Bruce, Donna and Reginia Citeroni, Nicole Eno, Shiela Fabrizio, Becky and Karen Keniston, Karla-Marie Lane, Amanda Morrill, Stephanie Page, Jessica Schablein, Samantha Stoddard and Angela Thayer, P. Reed; Oliverian-Haverhill and Pike -- Heather Bigelow, Mary Doyle, Jennifer Gherardi, Carol Leonard; Sunrise-Lndaff -- Karen Locke; Jennifer Jo Peters; Snowcross-Franconia -- Lucy Briggs; Ammonoosuc-Lisbon -- Tammy Beasley, Stepbanie Bronson, Debbie Glidden; Hunt Mt.-Monroe -- Michelle Farr, Kelli Gochee, Pam Keenan; Hatchet-Lyme -- Jean Carter, Lisa Goodrich, Kathy Laraway. Mt. Stinson Girls-Rumney -- Sandie Chamberlain, Alison Grass, Becky Harrington, Sabrina Manion, Christine Morabito, BRADFORD--Sheldon H. Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Fisher of Bradford, was among 145 students receiving the Doctor of Osteopathy degree from The University of Health Sciences - College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kansas City, Mo., May 17. Dr. Fisher is a 1972 B.A. degree graduate of Ohio University. He and his wife, Amy, are now living in Detroit, Mich., where he is interning at Detroit Osteopathic Hospital. Charles E. Hewett weds Jacqueline A. Kennedy ' Social L,. . Harold Weyers Jr. to wed Shawn Bird WENTWORTH-Mr. and Mrs. Long-time residents of Henry C. Bird have announced Wentworth, the Birds recently the engagement of their moved to Plymouth. daughter, Sharon, to Patrick Miss Bird is a graduate of Weyers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Plymouth Area High School, Harold J. Weyers, Jr., of Class of 1975. She is presently W'illiamstown, Mass. employed at Bartlett's Inc., in Greenfield, Mass., as office manager. Mr. Weyers is a graduate of Mt. Greylock Regional High School, Williamstowa, Class of 1976. Both Miss Bird and Mr. Weyers are graduates of FASHIONABLE--Grafton County 4-H Junior Fashion Review winners. Academy alumni reunion at Oxbow annual Alumni was School t, Henry of 1956, class of which of the Bob-O-Link news by BEOKY KENlSTON June 6 was the Bob-O-Link 4- H Club monthly meeting for roadcali. Everyone had to answer with what they want the club to do this summer. The club is planning to sing at the County Home. Members are also planning a camping trip. After the meeting, everyone worked on their records for the fairs. The club was also told that from the results of State Activities Day, the Action xhibit girls will be going to astern States. Regina Citeroni received a rosette for her demonstration. did and send her a ognized as eviated ad Plates were 1949, 25-Year In was she Harold Blaisdell. Seventeen out of 21 surviving members were present. They are: Nellie Andross Tomlinson, W. Topsham; Ruth Barrett Day, Springfield; Kenneth Bartlett, E. Hartford, Conn.; Harold Blaisdell, Pittsford; Catherine Blake Benjamin, Bradford; Bernice Couillard, Barre; Harry Dickerman, Erie, Pa., Glenn Erwin, Bomoseen; Gertrude Gilman Brooks, N. Haverhill; Vetha Holland, E. Corinth; Dorothy Judd La Pierre, Bradford; Gertrude King Rock, Enfield; Harry Lawrence, Lyn- danville; J. Wesley McLam, Groton; Minnie Moulton Wood, Concord, Vt.; William Mumler, Los Angeles, Calif.; Edwin Powers, Montpelier. Mr. Blaisdell entertained with stories. During the annual roll call, 137 responded. The secretary announced the death of Lillian Martin Dill, class of 1894. She also brought greetings from Alice Palmer Severance, class of 1905 and Frank Chase, class of 1908. The earliest class to respond to the Roll Call was 1909, represented by Charles Haskins. Eola Jewell Smith, class of 1930, was congratulated for having 100 per cent at- tendance at alumni banquets since her graduation. Thanks was expressed to the taaies in the kitchen by Huntington for the preparation and serving of the dinner. Entertainment was Provided by Robert Michalak of the Gong Show, N.B.C. He played the piano, presenting music from all eras and in- vitina.udience .participation. nasxms paitl tribute to m. tam year s banquet: Lillian Martin Dill - 1894; Bertha Renfrew Reighton- 1905; tara Cunningham Stacker - 1909; Myrtle Kimball Rutledge - 1913; Rose Pierson Peterson - 1918; Lucy Pratt Hayward - 1927; Wendell Hutchins - 1927; Olive Kenyon Sproul - 1927; Nelson K. Webster - 1931; Richard Dodge - 1932; Hilda La DeaU - 1936; Frances Hartwell Fadden - 1936; Margaret -- Janice Pollendar Larabee, 1958; Secretary -- Everdene Hood, 194o; T reaser.- Phyllis Hastings tluss, t. Executive Committee -- Carol Pollendar Taylor, 1962; Robert Nutting, 1960; Miriam Beard O Donneli, 1952; _Hom Kingsbury, 1949; JUmt Williams Barton, 1956. Scholarship Committee -- Meda Stanley Kinghorn, 1922; Mary Drew,. 1949; Martins Southworth Eaton - 1937; Day Stever; Betty Nutting Louise Peters Swardon - 1937; French, 1963; Richard Devins, Olive Hutchinson Edenfleld- 1959. 1939; Theo Hatch Stockman - Nominating Committee -- 1940; Betty Dudley pontre - Loland Blodgett, 1954; James 1941; LillianLongoWheatley" Barton, 1955; Henry Hun- 1953; Dabid Bigelow- 1955. tington, 1956. Dean Osgood, 1953, reported The evening closed with the for the nominating Corn- singing of the B.A. Song led by mittee-- President, Russell Dean Osgood, class of 1953. Kincaid, 1957; Vice President N ewbury man gets 4.H Club notes RYEGATE--Ten members of the Ryegate Trailblazers 4-H Club and three adults met April 17 at the Blue Mountain Grange Hall in Ryegate. After the business meeting everyone enjoyed making Easter baskets and bunnim out of egg cartons. The Lake Harvey Make Sates met May 5. Eleven members attended. A car wash was discussed to raise money. Members also talked about what they are going to do at State Day and what they did on vacation. The Harvey's Hollow Helpers met at the Swartz residence May 8. ]Reports were read and the club scrapbook was finished and passed around. Green-Up Day was discussed and so was me ,volleyball tourrment. Seven members from the Harvey's Hollow Helpers participated in Green-Up day. The club thanked the senior citizens who provided lunch 'for the 4-H'ers. Mike Deutsch joining Navy WENTWORTH--Michael C. Deutsch, 17, son of Conrad and Irene Deutsch, recently Masonic de s.v.', BRADFORD--CharitY Lodge. nights of d.elg.r.ee work was entry program, according to No. 43 F & A M of Bradforcl because art m m tim Lrtce Navy Petty Officer Henry A. met in Masonic apartments on and is shipping out to Turkey Isaacs of the Laconia Main Street June I-2 to. within a few days. All brothers Recruiting Station. wesent Second and Thiro wished him well on his new Michael, a senior at M:onic Degree to Carl assignment, plymouth Area High School, ' ori, son of Richard After the meeting, a enlisted for six years with collation was served by the guaranteed training in a Class Swenson of Newbury. 'n .... Brothers Joseph Adrian and individual for additional and Many brothers were I refreshment committee, A school that prepares the attenctance and all agreed the RiclmrdSwenson. advanced courses of in- work went very smoothly. All' brothers are looking tthis meeting there were forward to the family masonic struetion in the electronics inAa endance to aid in degree picnic on July 20th at Round field. hTrk and to be a spectator Michael will report for ree generations of swen- pond. active duty on June 25 and will attend basic training at the sons, a rare occurrence. Also during the evening, Brother R. W. Buzzell was presented to the East, where he honored W.M. Robert onnelly by pinning on  is Past Master jewel, a .l from Charity No 43 Lodge. Brother Buzzell also made a special presentation to Brother Carl Swenson. The reason for successive SQUARE DANCE BRADFORD-'A club level square dance spnsored by the Connecticut Valley Swingers will be held in the Oxbow High SchOOl cafeteria from 8-11 pm. June 20. Caller will be Al onty. Naval Training Center in Great Lakes, III. u,, i ii i i OlAMONOS * WATCHES We Repair ACCt. TIMEX. __ and kll Mkes. HASKE.LL JM[ Ltttton, NH 03581 Michele Muzzey, Pam Orodeckis, Kim Piper, Susan Sells; Lilac Lassies- W. Canaan -- Liz Acerno, Beth Baker, Karen Bliss, Laurie Clifford, Denise Collishaw, Andrea Hammond, Lori Jones, Christine Lacroix, Muffy & Tyler Moran, Elizabeth McAlister, Kiki Normandie, Kris Newhall, Carmen Stevens, and Mary Tucker; Cindy Stevens; Laf- A-Landers-Littleton -- Shari Carb. Apron Parade: No. Monroe- Mt. Breeze -- Judith Carroll LYME-Jacqueline A. Mr. Hewett is a graduate of Daniel Webster College in Kennedy, daughter ofMr. and Williams College and Yale Nashua. Mrs. Richard L. Kennedy of University. He is employed as Mr. Weyers is an assistant New Haven, Conn., and a program director at Dart- manager at McClelland's Charles E. Hewett of Norwich, mouth College. Stationery and office products son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hewett of Winthrop, Maine, were united in marriage at the Lyme Congregational Church June 6. Rev. Jeffrey Atwater officiated. Frances H. Anderson of Royal Oak, Mich., was the maid of honor. Mrs. Arthur T. Hammond of Wiscasset, Maine, Mrs. Joseph D. Messick of Guilford, Conn. The couple plan to live in in Williamstown. No date has Lyme. been set for the wedding. I II Iii I S/r00ag00n00 I I and Jenny Christian; Bob-O- Link - No. Haverhill.-- Jennie Verratti; 3-F's & Bath Braves -- Cindy Goslant, Rhonda Hurlbert, Jodi Landry, Kelly Wyman; Hunt Mt. - Monroe & Aimee Loranger and Annette Merchand; Lilac Lassies W. Canaan Becky Cantlin, Laurie Stone, Katherine Weaver, Karen Wright; Oliverian - Pike & Haverhill-- Carol Leonard and Jennifer Gherardi. Songfest groups going to State Activities Day -- Mt. Stinson Girls - Rumney in the small and large group. Other Scngfest winners -- 3'F's-Bath Braves; Lilac Lassies- W. Canaan; No. Monroe Mt. Breeze small and large group; Hunt Mt.- Monroe; Bob-O-Link-No. Haverhill small and large and Shann Kerner of New Britain, Conn., were bridesmaids. Jerome Doughty of Win- throp, Maine, was best man. Richard L. Kennedy Jr. of New Haven, Edward O. Sullivan of Mount Kisco, N.Y., and William T. Glidden of Fairlee were ushers. A reception was held at the Dartmouth Outing Club in Hanover. Mrs. Hewett graduated from khe University of Con- necticut and is attending Yale University. She is employed by the United States Forest Service in Rutland. Blood donors at Odord ORFORD--The senior class of group; Mt. Stinson Boys- Orford High School sponsored' Rumney; Oliverian - a Red Cross bloodmobile at Haverhill and Pike; Hatchet- Memorial Hall in Orford June Lyme; Cherokee-Lebanon. Songfest Judges -- Mrs. John Cobb, Woodsville and Mrs. Mary Musty, Piermont. Fashion Revue Committee: Mrs. Carolyn Grass, Rumney; Mrs. Gloria Carbonneau, Littleton, Mrs. Ruth Gully, Lincoln, Mrs. Esther Christy, W. Canaan; Mrs, Carolyn Townsend, Mrs. Merinda Townsend, Lebanon; Mrs. Karen Malz, Enfield, Mrs. Pat Blessing, Monroe and Miss Karen Gully, Lincoln. Ann E. Broekardt b on dean's list E. CORINTH--Ann E. 3. The following donated blood: From Orford: Donna Chapin, Blair Rich, Anne Bean, Duane Willey, Paul Gourney, Maurice Bean, Paul Handelman, Gary Bahlkow, Peter Miyares, Kel,ie Carter, Gerald Pease, Judy Adams, Lois Adams, Margaret Handelman, Carol Bean, Brenda Thomson, Leif Novick, Helen Daisey, Chase Kling, Kathy Baker, Barry LeBarron. From Piermont: Walter Woscott, Dorothy Barnes, Stan Talbot. From Fairlee: Vicki Eastman, Rita Nickles, Gordon Kee, Janet Kee. From W. Lebanon: Sandy Archibald, Gary Wells. From Lyme: Joyce Gray. Frond Bradford: Lena Corti. Brockardt, a sophomore at From W. Newbury: Linda Randolph-Macon Woman's Sohigian. College, was named to the From Pike: Alfred Rucker. Dean's List in recognition of From Hanover: Hugh her superior academic record Watson. for the 1981 swing semester. From Wilder: Gerald Ms. Brockhardt is the Fournier. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John From Wentworth: Priscilla W. Brockardt, East Corinth. Wolfe. Teresa Bagonzi earns psychology degree WOODSVILLE--Teresa M. Bagnnzi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bagonzi of Woodsville, was awarded a bachelor of arts cam laude in psychology at the 105th commencement of Boston College May 18. The commencement speaker was U.S. House Speaker Thomas P. O'Neill Jr., a 1936 graduate of Boston College, who was awarded the university's Ignatius Medal. This Boston College President's Medal of Excellence was presented by Rev. J. Donald Mona, S.J., 24th president of the university, to O'Neill in recognition of his "out- standing accomplishment" in a career "enriched by a religious dimension." More than 2,000 graduates received degrees. Teresa is a 1977 graduate of Woodsville High School and a 1976 graduate of St. Paul's Advanced Studies School. Her undergraduate ac- tivities included the Gold Key Society, undergraduate ad- missions and freshmen assistance programs. Additionally, Teresa has completed two years of research on children's stereotypes and perceptions of the elderly. Particularly, she was interested in the variable of contact with the aged. Her study is pending publication. NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. John Sundnas of Piermont are parents of a baby son, David John, born May 5 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial ltospital. We Now Have A Nure! 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