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July I, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 BMU lists eight outstanding 0000graduates, Tamara Cheney Ashley Ober Judy M. Clark Caroline Ann Achilles Julie Page Todd Davis has been Tamara Cheney has been Ashley Ober has graduated Judy M. Clark graduated of this named Salutatorian of her third in his graduating class at fourth in her graduating class Class at Blue graduating class at Blue Blue Mountain Union High at Blue Mountain Union She is the Mountain Union School. She is School. He is the son of Mr. A. School this year. She is the Mr. and Mrs. the daughter of the Reverend Keith Oher of Ryegate and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of Wells River. and Mrs. Arthur F. Cheney of Ms. Linda Ober of Plymouth. Herman Clark of Groton. at Blue Wells River. Ashley has been very active Judy has been president of has been Tamara began attending in varsity sports while at Blue her Senior Class, secretary- honor Blue Mountain in May of her Mountain, having been an treasurer of the National cross country Junior year after moving to outstanng performer in Honor Society, and treasurer has been a Wells River from the Spring baseball, basketball, and of the Future Business country Mill, Pa.,area. soccer. He is the past Leaders of America BMU. She has been While at Blue Mountain, she President of the National She has been a 4-H member numerous has been active in the band Honor Society at BMU. for 10 years, has been elected including and chorus and a participant He was elected as the Boy's to the 4-H National Honor and musicals, in this year's "Wizard of Oz" State Representative and Society and is a member of the member of the production. She has been a made the Vermont All-State National 4-H Dairy Judging Union School member of the yearbook staff Soccer Team. Ashley also Team. She was president of in the Blue and the Quest study group, found time to pursue his the Future Farmers of School Tamara was a Junior Miss musical interests in the Blue .America Chapter at Blue Vice-President participant this past year. She Mountain Band. Mountain, having been FFA has also been nominated for He will attend the president, won first place in editor of the the National Honor Society University of Vel, mont in the the Vermont FFA Dairy and the Society of fall to pursue his interests in showman contest and second a National Distinguished American High Economics. place in the Vermont FFA Semi- School students. Public Speaking contest. Caroline Ann Achilles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Achilles of Groton, is an outstanding graduate of Blue Mountain Union School thisyear. She was president this past year of the BMU Student Council. While holding this office, she founded the Ver- mont High School Student Interest Group. She was the Girls State delegate from her class, president of the school chapter of the American Industrial Arts Student Association, and a member of her class Finance Committee. She plans to continue her education at Johnson State College next year, where she will pursue her interests in politics. ili,!i iiiiiii00! I Warren Stewart Jeffrey D. Roberts Warren Stewart, son of Mr. Julie Page, daughter of Mr. Todd Davis, son of Mr. and Jeffrey D. Roberts, son of and Mrs. Leslie Edwards, is and Mrs. Burns Page of Mrs. Joseph Davis of Groton, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore T. an outstanding graduate of Peacham, is an outstanding is an outstanding graduate of Roberts of Wells River, is an Blue Mountain Union School graduate of Blue Mountain Blue Mountain Union School outstanding graduate of Blue this year. Union School this year. this year. Mountain Union School this Warren has been active in Julie has been active in Todd has been active in year. soccer, basketball and varsity basketball, served on Band and Chorus and the Jeff has been an active baseball, a member of the the Yearbook staff and par- Drama Club. He has been in member of the varsity Quest Study Group this year, ticipated in one-act plays. She various musicals, plays and basketball and soccer team as well as a member of the was chosen the Junior Prom has been Drum Major for while at BMU and received Student Council, Yearbook Queen and Winter Carnival three years. Todd hasbeenan the Grog Emery Sport- Staff and VICA. Queen. All-State Chorus member for He received second place in She plans to continue her two years and a participant in the Vermont Competition for studies at Champlain College, the Winooski Valley Music Architectural Display and where she will major in Festival for four years. Design thisyear. Retail and Fashion Merch- Todd will continue his Warren plans to continue.his andising, education at BeckeT "Junior education at Porter and College where he will major in Chester Institute specializing Interior Design and in Architectual Drafting and Decoration. Design. NEW DAUGHTER 4 Canada power line Her plans are to attend the BRADFORD BINGO She plans on continuing her (continued frompage 1) "our first priority will be to are to attend University of Vermont in the BRADFORD--Bingo will be education at Champlain will double for allowing i-f to he establish the route which best in the fall to fall to pursue her studies in held at the American Legion College next year, majoring in in law their Physical Therapy Hallat7:30p.m.Juiy8. Business Administration. constructed here, the savings meets land use, en- i |m file 1,,,qL to Vermont consumers could vironmental and economic i Program. he as high as $46 million per considerations." 4r Letters to the Editor .- year" Zuckernickemphasizedthat d Vermont would receive a 10 "it will be our goal to work noes announce (continued from page4) coming?" asked the child, per centshareoftheoutputof closely with the residents, CLEANERS - ncipal chcock, Kim Wright, Jeff sisters? asked thechild. "Are there any garbage the line, ranging from ap-town offieials, and local Clark, David Hill, +Jeff "Legions," said the Angel. cans there?" proximately 60 megawatts planning groups of eastern I1' Stewart, +Randy White, Pare "Were did you find me? .... Yes He loves you He knows during the first stage of the Vermont. Not only will we Your omp|ote |othia.q care con#or Page, +Mary Stevens, Pearl asked the child, you are coming and I promise project to approximately 200 provide them with in- Fur pick-up wld de||Vlrlf serv|ce has names Honor and final e 1980-81 school Union School. 12: Tamara Nelson, +Jennifer Christine Dawley, +Jim Mark Ionna Gordon, +Stephanie e Arnosky, Cheryl Vance, Collins, Chris Stevens. : + Laurie Deschamps, +Catherine Hobbs, Vicki Douglas, +Robin Orr. Robinson. GRADE 10: Nancy Stevens, Rhoda Donovan, +Robin Stocker, Betty Bogie, +Lisa Simonds, Matthew Bandy, Julie Rowell, Wendy East- man, Andrew Gates, Tuesdie Bone, Daneen Paye. GRADE 9: Pam Page, Julie Sanville, Lisa Williams, Lisa Bailey, Georgette Houghton, +Jackie Brock, Mike Knight, Keith Gaffney, Steven Murray, Tina Peterson, Jay Davis, Roselee Hatch, Darlena Smith, Darlene Nutter, +Janice Page. GRADE 8: Donald Carbee, Peter Comley, +Paul Harpin, +Karen Roberts, Matthew Puffer, +Debra Crown, Richard Smith. GRADE 7: David Paye, Dawn Slayton, +Kelly Murphy, Donna Paye, Janet Beck, Brenda Achilles, Jon Knight. +Indicates fourth time this year. Blood screening ch.00ed WENTWORTH--The Mount Moosilauke Health Center has had to again change the hours for the no-charge blood pressure screening for July. The new dates are Thur- sday, July 16at 1:30-3:30 p.m. and Friday July 17, at 5:30 to7 p.m. "In a garbage can," said the Angel. "Oh! Why was I there?" asked the child. "Your mother and father didn't want you and they couldn't think of anything else to do, so they decided on abortion," said the Angel. "Why?" asked the child. "Who knows," said the Angel. "I guess they have forgotten the commandment, 'thou shall not kill'." "Didn't they love me, was I something bad?" asked the child. "No dear, you are a lovely, wonderful child; who knows, you might have been someone great like Abraham Lincoln, or some great inventor or someone who cares so much for other people," said the Angel. "Doesn't anyone love me or want me?" asked the child. "Oh, yes! Your heavenly Father loves you" said the Angel. "Where is He, how do we get there?" asked the child. "Take my hand, follow me; we will climb the stairway to heaven. You won't have far to go. You are so young, just a few more steps and we will be at the door," said the Angel. "Will it open?" asked the child. "Yes, dear, all you need to do is knock and go in," said the Angel. "What's on the other side?" asked the child. there won't be any garbage cans and He is waiting. You go on in. I have other children to bring. Scoot !" said the Angel. As he entered through the door, the little child's eyes opened wide and laughiy he ran to the waiting, loving arms of his Heavenly Father. So much for abortion, regardless of race, denomination, money or prestige. Thank you Senator Mandigo and all your won- derful legislators, who have worked so hard to see that justice is accomplished. Jeannette L. Wornail Wells River, Vt. . Equity (continued from naee 1 ) and said he was 'disappointed and amazed' that I had gone to court," Trunzo related, and that Meldrim Thomson asked him to write to the judge explaining that, as a legal editor, he would be unable to accept any further cases. "I did exactly what I was told," Trunzo said. "As soon as Meldrim got a copy of the letter I wrote to the judge, he fired me." Trunzo said he has no doubts that the real reason for his dismissal was union organizing activities. The Journal Opinion was unable to reach officials of Equity for comment on the case. megawatts when the line is complete, he said. "To put it in perspective," said Zuckernick, "200 megawatts is enough power to provide electricity for all of Burlington, Middlebury, Bellows Falls, Rutland, Brattleboro, and all of the St. Albans Area." The 200 megawatts of year- round firm power which will be achieved after completion of the second St"age of the line will help to stablize electric rates, as well as postpone the need for in-state construction of a new power plant, he ad- ded. "Now that we have a project to study," said Zuckernick, formation, but we will also solicit their concerns and suggestions." VELCO--which is the company responsible for meeting the bulk power transmission needs of all Vermont utilities--will work closely with other New England companies in completing the necessary preliminary engineering and licensing studies for the power line. The United States portion of the first stage of the tran- smission system is estimated to cost more than $160 million with approximately $70-80 million being spent in Ver- monL Orf,,rd honors ORFORDThe following Michelle Smith. Orford School Honor Rolls for 12th grade High Honors-- the fourth marking period have been announced: Middle School 5th grade High Honors-- Brenda Giesing, Honors-- Debbie Cloud, John Miyares. 6th grade High Honors-- Tony Brackett, Kim Smith; Honors-- Jennifer Lackey, Scott Woodward. 7th grade Honors-- Paul Barnes, Sheena Giesing. 8th grade High Honors-- Alice Barnes, Anne Miyares; Honors-- Michelle May, Amy Messer, Nancy Tullar, Raquel Welch. High School Debbie Barnes; Honors-- Richard Beane, Dennis Taylor. jsc degrees to be Bradford topic JOHNSON, VT.-- An in- formational meeting to discuss Johnson State College's statewide External Degree Program will be held July 7 at 7 p.m. at the Brad- ford Public Library. The External Degree Program offers off-campus, flexible, self-designed study CARD PARTY " BRADFORD--A card party will be held at the Senior Citizens Center in Bradford at I p.m. July 10. "Your Heavenly Father and Paradise. Shall we go on?" said the Angel. "Oh yes, do you think he will love me and think- I'm, won- derful; does he know I'm ii  i:!! NEW ARRIVAL 9th grade Honors-- Bill Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker, Larry Osmer, David Jorgensen of Fairlee are the Sanborn. parents of a baby son, Jeremy 10th grade Honors-- Marcus Scott, born June 25 at Alice Harrington, Paul Miyares, Peck Day Memorial Hospital. Jenny Perry. 11th grade High Honors-- Peter Miyares; Honors-- ..... James Arruda, Tom Baker, Linda Barnes, Donna Chapin, for motivated adult learners. Anyone interested in pursuing a Bachelor's Degree through such an innovative program is encouraged to attend the meeting. For more information, call the External Degree Program Office at Johnson State College, 635-2356, ext. 311. 24 HOUR EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE Orugo County Alutol Heolth TOLL FREE 1.800.622-4244 smanship Award and the BOb Wilson Coaches' Award. He has been a member of the Quest Study Group. Jeff plans to enter the Air Force this summer, where he will pursue his interests in electronics. BRADFORD BUFFET Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steves ..... BRADFORD--A buffet will be of N. Haverhill are the parents NURSE VISIT CANCELED held at the Bradford of a baby daughter born May THETFORD--The Thetford Congregational Church at6:30 30 at Cottage Hospital. The Hill Town Nurse Clinic for p.m. July 5, followed by a baby weighed 6 pounds, 12 July 1 from 7-9 p.m. at concert at 8 p.m. for the ounces. Thetford Hill Church has been benefit of the North Country cancelled. Chorus trip to England. Phone 444-2742 Call collect. SEARS ROEBUCK, Woodsvitle, N.H. WELLS RIVER LANUROM.AT, Wt4h, River, V1, PIKE STORE, Pike, N.H. McLAM's STORE, E. Corinth. Vi, FAIRLEE GENERAL, Foirlee, Vt ORFORDVILLE STORE, Orfordville, N.H, YES. WE STILL HAVE NEW CARS AND TRUCKS AVAILABLE One of the largest new and used car and truck selections in the Upper Valley Ein Clifford Wes artqod Vt, 295.3 2.3U tt E. Peanut PaAa* Wilder V! 295.3724 Bank rate up to , 48 months 0 to 0ay SH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS AND PICKUPS OVER 36 YEARS DEPENDABLE SERVICE CLIFFORD'S GARAGE, INC. CITY Route 1.4, W. Hartford, Vt. TOP TRADE New! Luxurious custom draperies lined with Roc-lon to keep the outside outside Priscilla Davis, Lois Darlene Kincaid, Mahnker, Stewart, ;, +Perley Chace, n, +Debbie Beth Welles, +Pare Hit- PROTECT YOUR LUXURIOUS CUSTOM DRAPERIES WITH ROC-LON "RAIN-NO-STAIN" INSULATED LINING IHSULATES AGAIHST HEAT AHD COLD STOPS MOISTURE STAIHS PROTECTS AGAIHST SUH ROT AHD FADING 25% '' e' ........... F'AMILYBruce Wheeler of-W. right) accepts the keys as ;weepstakes Chevrolet left are Walter Long, president of in Wells River; Charles R. Aimi, Agway district manager; Bill Taylor, N. Haverhill Agway store manager (handing over keys); Wheeler; son Chad, 6, and wife Judy Wheeler holding 6-month-old daughter Heldl. DATSUN SALES AND SERVICE Datsun 280-ZX 2-Seater Hatchback Coupe GL MC NAMARA MOTORS. Inc. (603) 298-8737 Main St. W. Lebanon,Hhl. 8-8 Sat 8-5 Looking for cushion draperies in bold new fabrics from Mlchaels Textile. Brilliantly styled and beautifully designed. We've got them. And we've also got the linings that protect them as they deserve to be. Roe-Lon linings insulate against heat and cold with a "Rain-No-Stain" shield, with a sun screen that stops sun fading, sun streaking and sun rot, yet lets in all the light you need. With shrinkage control so you can wash or dry clean them. There's a glorious world of custom draperies awaiting you. Make them act as windows from the inside, as they look from the outside. MAIN ST. BRADFORD, . 222-5758 Ha100 FURNITIrRE CARPET July I, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 BMU lists eight outstanding 0000graduates, Tamara Cheney Ashley Ober Judy M. Clark Caroline Ann Achilles Julie Page Todd Davis has been Tamara Cheney has been Ashley Ober has graduated Judy M. Clark graduated of this named Salutatorian of her third in his graduating class at fourth in her graduating class Class at Blue graduating class at Blue Blue Mountain Union High at Blue Mountain Union She is the Mountain Union School. She is School. He is the son of Mr. A. School this year. She is the Mr. and Mrs. the daughter of the Reverend Keith Oher of Ryegate and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of Wells River. and Mrs. Arthur F. Cheney of Ms. Linda Ober of Plymouth. Herman Clark of Groton. at Blue Wells River. Ashley has been very active Judy has been president of has been Tamara began attending in varsity sports while at Blue her Senior Class, secretary- honor Blue Mountain in May of her Mountain, having been an treasurer of the National cross country Junior year after moving to outstanng performer in Honor Society, and treasurer has been a Wells River from the Spring baseball, basketball, and of the Future Business country Mill, Pa.,area. soccer. He is the past Leaders of America BMU. She has been While at Blue Mountain, she President of the National She has been a 4-H member numerous has been active in the band Honor Society at BMU. for 10 years, has been elected including and chorus and a participant He was elected as the Boy's to the 4-H National Honor and musicals, in this year's "Wizard of Oz" State Representative and Society and is a member of the member of the production. She has been a made the Vermont All-State National 4-H Dairy Judging Union School member of the yearbook staff Soccer Team. Ashley also Team. She was president of in the Blue and the Quest study group, found time to pursue his the Future Farmers of School Tamara was a Junior Miss musical interests in the Blue .America Chapter at Blue Vice-President participant this past year. She Mountain Band. Mountain, having been FFA has also been nominated for He will attend the president, won first place in editor of the the National Honor Society University of Vel, mont in the the Vermont FFA Dairy and the Society of fall to pursue his interests in showman contest and second a National Distinguished American High Economics. place in the Vermont FFA Semi- School students. Public Speaking contest. Caroline Ann Achilles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Achilles of Groton, is an outstanding graduate of Blue Mountain Union School thisyear. She was president this past year of the BMU Student Council. While holding this office, she founded the Ver- mont High School Student Interest Group. She was the Girls State delegate from her class, president of the school chapter of the American Industrial Arts Student Association, and a member of her class Finance Committee. She plans to continue her education at Johnson State College next year, where she will pursue her interests in politics. ili,!i iiiiiii00! I Warren Stewart Jeffrey D. Roberts Warren Stewart, son of Mr. Julie Page, daughter of Mr. Todd Davis, son of Mr. and Jeffrey D. Roberts, son of and Mrs. Leslie Edwards, is and Mrs. Burns Page of Mrs. Joseph Davis of Groton, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore T. an outstanding graduate of Peacham, is an outstanding is an outstanding graduate of Roberts of Wells River, is an Blue Mountain Union School graduate of Blue Mountain Blue Mountain Union School outstanding graduate of Blue this year. Union School this year. this year. Mountain Union School this Warren has been active in Julie has been active in Todd has been active in year. soccer, basketball and varsity basketball, served on Band and Chorus and the Jeff has been an active baseball, a member of the the Yearbook staff and par- Drama Club. He has been in member of the varsity Quest Study Group this year, ticipated in one-act plays. She various musicals, plays and basketball and soccer team as well as a member of the was chosen the Junior Prom has been Drum Major for while at BMU and received Student Council, Yearbook Queen and Winter Carnival three years. Todd hasbeenan the Grog Emery Sport- Staff and VICA. Queen. All-State Chorus member for He received second place in She plans to continue her two years and a participant in the Vermont Competition for studies at Champlain College, the Winooski Valley Music Architectural Display and where she will major in Festival for four years. Design thisyear. Retail and Fashion Merch- Todd will continue his Warren plans to continue.his andising, education at BeckeT "Junior education at Porter and College where he will major in Chester Institute specializing Interior Design and in Architectual Drafting and Decoration. Design. NEW DAUGHTER 4 Canada power line Her plans are to attend the BRADFORD BINGO She plans on continuing her (continued frompage 1) "our first priority will be to are to attend University of Vermont in the BRADFORD--Bingo will be education at Champlain will double for allowing i-f to he establish the route which best in the fall to fall to pursue her studies in held at the American Legion College next year, majoring in in law their Physical Therapy Hallat7:30p.m.Juiy8. Business Administration. constructed here, the savings meets land use, en- i |m file 1,,,qL to Vermont consumers could vironmental and economic i Program. he as high as $46 million per considerations." 4r Letters to the Editor .- year" Zuckernickemphasizedthat d Vermont would receive a 10 "it will be our goal to work noes announce (continued from page4) coming?" asked the child, per centshareoftheoutputof closely with the residents, CLEANERS - ncipal chcock, Kim Wright, Jeff sisters? asked thechild. "Are there any garbage the line, ranging from ap-town offieials, and local Clark, David Hill, +Jeff "Legions," said the Angel. cans there?" proximately 60 megawatts planning groups of eastern I1' Stewart, +Randy White, Pare "Were did you find me? .... Yes He loves you He knows during the first stage of the Vermont. Not only will we Your omp|ote |othia.q care con#or Page, +Mary Stevens, Pearl asked the child, you are coming and I promise project to approximately 200 provide them with in- Fur pick-up wld de||Vlrlf serv|ce has names Honor and final e 1980-81 school Union School. 12: Tamara Nelson, +Jennifer Christine Dawley, +Jim Mark Ionna Gordon, +Stephanie e Arnosky, Cheryl Vance, Collins, Chris Stevens. : + Laurie Deschamps, +Catherine Hobbs, Vicki Douglas, +Robin Orr. Robinson. GRADE 10: Nancy Stevens, Rhoda Donovan, +Robin Stocker, Betty Bogie, +Lisa Simonds, Matthew Bandy, Julie Rowell, Wendy East- man, Andrew Gates, Tuesdie Bone, Daneen Paye. GRADE 9: Pam Page, Julie Sanville, Lisa Williams, Lisa Bailey, Georgette Houghton, +Jackie Brock, Mike Knight, Keith Gaffney, Steven Murray, Tina Peterson, Jay Davis, Roselee Hatch, Darlena Smith, Darlene Nutter, +Janice Page. GRADE 8: Donald Carbee, Peter Comley, +Paul Harpin, +Karen Roberts, Matthew Puffer, +Debra Crown, Richard Smith. GRADE 7: David Paye, Dawn Slayton, +Kelly Murphy, Donna Paye, Janet Beck, Brenda Achilles, Jon Knight. +Indicates fourth time this year. Blood screening ch.00ed WENTWORTH--The Mount Moosilauke Health Center has had to again change the hours for the no-charge blood pressure screening for July. The new dates are Thur- sday, July 16at 1:30-3:30 p.m. and Friday July 17, at 5:30 to7 p.m. "In a garbage can," said the Angel. "Oh! Why was I there?" asked the child. "Your mother and father didn't want you and they couldn't think of anything else to do, so they decided on abortion," said the Angel. "Why?" asked the child. "Who knows," said the Angel. "I guess they have forgotten the commandment, 'thou shall not kill'." "Didn't they love me, was I something bad?" asked the child. "No dear, you are a lovely, wonderful child; who knows, you might have been someone great like Abraham Lincoln, or some great inventor or someone who cares so much for other people," said the Angel. "Doesn't anyone love me or want me?" asked the child. "Oh, yes! Your heavenly Father loves you" said the Angel. "Where is He, how do we get there?" asked the child. "Take my hand, follow me; we will climb the stairway to heaven. You won't have far to go. You are so young, just a few more steps and we will be at the door," said the Angel. "Will it open?" asked the child. "Yes, dear, all you need to do is knock and go in," said the Angel. "What's on the other side?" asked the child. there won't be any garbage cans and He is waiting. You go on in. I have other children to bring. Scoot !" said the Angel. As he entered through the door, the little child's eyes opened wide and laughiy he ran to the waiting, loving arms of his Heavenly Father. So much for abortion, regardless of race, denomination, money or prestige. Thank you Senator Mandigo and all your won- derful legislators, who have worked so hard to see that justice is accomplished. Jeannette L. Wornail Wells River, Vt. . Equity (continued from naee 1 ) and said he was 'disappointed and amazed' that I had gone to court," Trunzo related, and that Meldrim Thomson asked him to write to the judge explaining that, as a legal editor, he would be unable to accept any further cases. "I did exactly what I was told," Trunzo said. "As soon as Meldrim got a copy of the letter I wrote to the judge, he fired me." Trunzo said he has no doubts that the real reason for his dismissal was union organizing activities. The Journal Opinion was unable to reach officials of Equity for comment on the case. megawatts when the line is complete, he said. "To put it in perspective," said Zuckernick, "200 megawatts is enough power to provide electricity for all of Burlington, Middlebury, Bellows Falls, Rutland, Brattleboro, and all of the St. Albans Area." The 200 megawatts of year- round firm power which will be achieved after completion of the second St"age of the line will help to stablize electric rates, as well as postpone the need for in-state construction of a new power plant, he ad- ded. "Now that we have a project to study," said Zuckernick, formation, but we will also solicit their concerns and suggestions." VELCO--which is the company responsible for meeting the bulk power transmission needs of all Vermont utilities--will work closely with other New England companies in completing the necessary preliminary engineering and licensing studies for the power line. The United States portion of the first stage of the tran- smission system is estimated to cost more than $160 million with approximately $70-80 million being spent in Ver- monL Orf,,rd honors ORFORDThe following Michelle Smith. Orford School Honor Rolls for 12th grade High Honors-- the fourth marking period have been announced: Middle School 5th grade High Honors-- Brenda Giesing, Honors-- Debbie Cloud, John Miyares. 6th grade High Honors-- Tony Brackett, Kim Smith; Honors-- Jennifer Lackey, Scott Woodward. 7th grade Honors-- Paul Barnes, Sheena Giesing. 8th grade High Honors-- Alice Barnes, Anne Miyares; Honors-- Michelle May, Amy Messer, Nancy Tullar, Raquel Welch. High School Debbie Barnes; Honors-- Richard Beane, Dennis Taylor. jsc degrees to be Bradford topic JOHNSON, VT.-- An in- formational meeting to discuss Johnson State College's statewide External Degree Program will be held July 7 at 7 p.m. at the Brad- ford Public Library. The External Degree Program offers off-campus, flexible, self-designed study CARD PARTY " BRADFORD--A card party will be held at the Senior Citizens Center in Bradford at I p.m. July 10. "Your Heavenly Father and Paradise. Shall we go on?" said the Angel. "Oh yes, do you think he will love me and think- I'm, won- derful; does he know I'm ii  i:!! NEW ARRIVAL 9th grade Honors-- Bill Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker, Larry Osmer, David Jorgensen of Fairlee are the Sanborn. parents of a baby son, Jeremy 10th grade Honors-- Marcus Scott, born June 25 at Alice Harrington, Paul Miyares, Peck Day Memorial Hospital. Jenny Perry. 11th grade High Honors-- Peter Miyares; Honors-- ..... James Arruda, Tom Baker, Linda Barnes, Donna Chapin, for motivated adult learners. Anyone interested in pursuing a Bachelor's Degree through such an innovative program is encouraged to attend the meeting. For more information, call the External Degree Program Office at Johnson State College, 635-2356, ext. 311. 24 HOUR EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE Orugo County Alutol Heolth TOLL FREE 1.800.622-4244 smanship Award and the BOb Wilson Coaches' Award. He has been a member of the Quest Study Group. Jeff plans to enter the Air Force this summer, where he will pursue his interests in electronics. BRADFORD BUFFET Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steves ..... BRADFORD--A buffet will be of N. Haverhill are the parents NURSE VISIT CANCELED held at the Bradford of a baby daughter born May THETFORD--The Thetford Congregational Church at6:30 30 at Cottage Hospital. The Hill Town Nurse Clinic for p.m. July 5, followed by a baby weighed 6 pounds, 12 July 1 from 7-9 p.m. at concert at 8 p.m. for the ounces. Thetford Hill Church has been benefit of the North Country cancelled. Chorus trip to England. Phone 444-2742 Call collect. SEARS ROEBUCK, Woodsvitle, N.H. WELLS RIVER LANUROM.AT, Wt4h, River, V1, PIKE STORE, Pike, N.H. McLAM's STORE, E. Corinth. Vi, FAIRLEE GENERAL, Foirlee, Vt ORFORDVILLE STORE, Orfordville, N.H, YES. WE STILL HAVE NEW CARS AND TRUCKS AVAILABLE One of the largest new and used car and truck selections in the Upper Valley Ein Clifford Wes artqod Vt, 295.3 2.3U tt E. Peanut PaAa* Wilder V! 295.3724 Bank rate up to , 48 months 0 to 0ay SH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS AND PICKUPS OVER 36 YEARS DEPENDABLE SERVICE CLIFFORD'S GARAGE, INC. CITY Route 1.4, W. Hartford, Vt. TOP TRADE New! Luxurious custom draperies lined with Roc-lon to keep the outside outside Priscilla Davis, Lois Darlene Kincaid, Mahnker, Stewart, ;, +Perley Chace, n, +Debbie Beth Welles, +Pare Hit- PROTECT YOUR LUXURIOUS CUSTOM DRAPERIES WITH ROC-LON "RAIN-NO-STAIN" INSULATED LINING IHSULATES AGAIHST HEAT AHD COLD STOPS MOISTURE STAIHS PROTECTS AGAIHST SUH ROT AHD FADING 25% '' e' ........... F'AMILYBruce Wheeler of-W. right) accepts the keys as ;weepstakes Chevrolet left are Walter Long, president of in Wells River; Charles R. Aimi, Agway district manager; Bill Taylor, N. Haverhill Agway store manager (handing over keys); Wheeler; son Chad, 6, and wife Judy Wheeler holding 6-month-old daughter Heldl. DATSUN SALES AND SERVICE Datsun 280-ZX 2-Seater Hatchback Coupe GL MC NAMARA MOTORS. Inc. (603) 298-8737 Main St. W. Lebanon,Hhl. 8-8 Sat 8-5 Looking for cushion draperies in bold new fabrics from Mlchaels Textile. Brilliantly styled and beautifully designed. We've got them. And we've also got the linings that protect them as they deserve to be. Roe-Lon linings insulate against heat and cold with a "Rain-No-Stain" shield, with a sun screen that stops sun fading, sun streaking and sun rot, yet lets in all the light you need. With shrinkage control so you can wash or dry clean them. There's a glorious world of custom draperies awaiting you. Make them act as windows from the inside, as they look from the outside. MAIN ST. BRADFORD, . 222-5758 Ha100 FURNITIrRE CARPET