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July 7, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 rd schools announce dents on honor roll The principal at Anne Miyares. CharlesBeane. Schools announced ,layme Chapm, David Cicollc, students l,isa Gendron, Amy Mt.&apos;ser. on the honor roll. Nancy Tullar. and Raquel are in bold Welch. MII,I)I.F SCIIOOI. Ill,llSCllOt)l. GRADE 8 -- Paul Barnes. BI'; 12 Peter Cheryl Cloud, and Shot, ha t, Michelle Smith. Giesing. Barnes, Tom Baker. GRAI)E 7 - Kim Smith. aean, Donna Chapin, GRADE 6 - Brenda Herzund,;md Charles Biasing, John Miyares. Dehorah Cloud, Kelly Davis. DE 11  Paul Mivares. and Cynthia Parker. Dyke, M'arcus GRADE 5 -- Adam Dyke. , , . Terri Welch. Jenny Dyke. g b!i:d: n! :i!ir Tammy Estes. Tammy Giesing, Tommy Harrington. Douglas ttoisington, Kenny DE 9  Alice Barnes. May, and Cynthia Thomson. or roll students listed [ lue Mountain Union RIVER The fourth Brock, Steve Murray, Karen eriod honor roll has Lamarre, Bonnie Vance, Rose r ,eased by Blue Hatch, and Michelle Arnosky. nion School. Those GRADE 9-- Curtis Page, ted in bold type Patrick Page, and Chris " high honors. Collins. 12 Jim Brock, GRADE 8-- Catherine se, Merry Savoy, Dimitruk, Laurie Stacker, t Weimar.e, Beth Robin Zambon, Veronica er, Clay Chase, Douglas, Scott Deschamps, C aznberlin, Anurea Allen Downing, Jeneil Rowell, ]) aren Fifield, Larry and Vicky Clark. rid Hill, Michael GRADE 7-- Glenn East- Wayne Nutter, man, Adam Vigent, Mickey ., Pearl Robinson, Kuizyck, Janiee Dawley, ds, Mary Stevens, Emily Ricker, Janice Cassidy, rlor, Maria Tram- Chris Grndin, Steve Crown, Jt !y Vance, Larry Shawn Carter, and Shiela ,at I Nok Wells. Murray. I Julie Rowell, tevens, Robin CORINTH Sdie Bone, Donna SCHOOL BOARD pi.Wendy Eastman, CORINTH-- The Unified reid, Andrea Welch, District 36 School Board will ares, and Theresea hold a meeting on Thursday, L July 8. The meeting, to be held Oh' 10.- Stephanie at the Elementary School, will -erie Zambon, Bonnie begin at 7:30 p.m., and is open ' onaie Bixby, Jackie to the public. JULY 8, 1982 - Jtam 21-Febnm 19 npd; checking insurance policies, sorting out '  ingenuity, farrdly gathering can prove delightfully phns change when surprise guests show up. 20-March 20 : d :re] oplng Ideas, assembling fumtture, reslzuc- : town relatives may contact you for a favor la to check out all the angles. 21-,rfl 20 of atstng some unsung hero or encouraging a reluctant d. Recent speculative venture begins paying off this week. IWaains low key. ' - Aizrlil 21-Ma$, lint ng of a productive cycle and you grasp the ac- ! of efficiency. Family temdons should b nipped in the If preparing to travel. '. " May une 21 I hard bargains; It's an outandr'-veek for . Caution against tendency to overextend ; al d/, )r physically. June 22-Ju! 22 Some of your oddest plans come from unexpected Is equally surprising. Advertising your skills or a with wit and flair. m(  of fiends and coworkem. Ability to remain m of turmoil does not go unnoticed. Financial or other imtve by Wednesday. 23-September 22 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Realt Sheryl Hibbai't| weds R. Reali WEST FAIRLEE-- Sheryl blouse made with yellow Lynn Hibbard, daughter of eyelet with lace and ribbon Mr. and Mrs. Niel Hibbard of trim. Her bouquet was of silk Bradford, and Richard Reali, son of Mrs. Eva Reali of Santa Susana, Calif., were wed on June 26 at the West Fairlee Church in front of family and friends. Rev. James W. Boudreau presided over the ceremony. The bride wore a Gunne Sax skirt and blouse made of yellow and white daisies, roses and baby's breath. Steven Hibbard, the bride's brother, was the best man. Thomas Elliot of Lyndonville, a brother-in-law of the bride, was the usher. Following the church ceremony, a reception was held at the Hibbard home in eyelet with lace and ribbon Bradford. trim. She carried a bouquet of The couple will reside in silk pink, white, and yellow Santa Susana, Calif., and both daisies, carnations, roses, and are employed by Hurley baby's breath. Electric, Inc., of Van Nuys, Carol Robie, a friend of the Calif. bride from Piermont, was the Sheryl is a graduate of matron of honor. She wore a Thetford Academy and is a camisole and a mid-length former employee of the ruffled skirt made of pink Journal Opinion in Bradford eyelet with lace and ribbon where she worked as office trim. Her bouquet was made manager until two years ago. of silk pink and white daisies Richard is a graduate of with roses and baby's breath. Birmingham High School in Silvia Hibbard, the bride's Van Nuys, Calif. He is an sister, was the bridesmaid, assistant manager at Hurley She also wore a camisole and Electric. a mid-length ruffled skirt and Church holda Family Bible Institute BRADFORD-- The Bradford Evangelical Free Church will sponsor its second annual Family Bible Institute during the week of July 12 to 16. This program is an ex- pansion of the traditional Vacation Bible School prac- ticed in many churches. A team of seven individuals from Minneapolis will lead the children's activities daily. The group, known as an ACTS Team <Actual Christian Training by Service) will be comprised of teenaged young people coming from Min- neapolis, Mn. Each morning from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. there will be Bible studies and activities for children having completed grades K through 8th grade. Then on the evenings of Monday through Thursday at 7:30 to 8:45 p.m. there will be a program for those in grades 9- 12 and for adults of all ages. The Institute will conclude with a Family Night Service for all ages on Friday at 7:30 p.m. For more information or to register please call the church at (8o2) 222-9021. IBIRTHS ] NEW BABY GIRL ORFORD-- Thomas Trunzo and Deborah Arneson of Orford are the parents of a new baby girl, Melissa, horn on June 22 at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville. NEW BABY BOY BRADFORD-- Mr. and Mrs. Burton and Georgann Hood of Bradford are the parents of a new baby boy, Horace Nathaniel, born on June 22 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. NEW BABYGIRL BRADFORD-- Mr. and Mrs. Steve and Jane Johnson o't Bradford are the parents of a new baby girl, weighing eight pounds and one and three quarter ounces, born on June 15 at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville. NEW SON ARRIVES BIDDEFORD, ME.-- Dr. and Mrs. James Norton of Bid- deford, Me., are the parents of a new baby boy, Graham Patrick, born on June 22 in Biddeford .... FAIRLEE HISTORICAL SOCIETY FAIRLEE-- The Fairlee Historical Society will meet on Tuesday, July 13 at the Fairlee Town Hall at 7:30 p.m. At the meeting, members will be holding a workshop to identify photographs previously donated to the group -- guests are welcome. Refreshments served. r IL Social J J 1929 Class ret00nion held  RIVER-- The lngdlls, Bill and Marilyn Haverhill Academy Class of Keyes, Leon and Pat 1929 held a luncheon reunion Willoughby; Roberta Miller June 26, at the Happy Hour and Arden Atkins, Marian Restaurant, Wells River, Vt. Young ('19) was an honored Following a "Happy Hour," guest. a selective luncheon was Due to illness, Hollis Steven, served. The rest of the GertrudeW. Brown and Emily meeting was spent on A. Cross were not able to be recollections of old classmates present. and happy high school days. Our next reunion date is Those present included -- June, 1984. Ernestine and Clark ('27J Wendy Hastings and Robert Gray ff/end00 Hastings to wed Robert Grar WOODSVILLE-- Mr. and is employed in t'he camera Mrs. Carroll T. Hastings of Woedsville have announced the engagement of their daughter, Wendy Jean, to Robert L. Gray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gray of Bradford. Wendy is a 1976 graduate of Woodsville High School and a 1978 graduate of NHV-TC. She department at Upper Valley Press in Bradford. Bob is a 1976 graduate of Oxbow High School. He is a press supervisor at Upper Valley Press. A late summer wedding is planned. Suzette Emerson wed to Kelvin Ordway CORINTH-- Miss Suzette Viola Emerson, daughter of John Henry and Viola Emerson and Kelvin Ernest Ordway, son of Burton and Coralene Ordway of Corinth, were united in marriage, June 26, 1982 on the lawn of her grandparents, Urban and Ruth Shover of W. Topsham, Vt. Justice Gerry Brooks of- ficiated at the double-ring ceremony with the couple exchanging vows which they had written themselves. The bride wore a cream colored gathered yoke sum- mer dress with wide white lace straps. Imprinted on the dress in white were roses, lilies of valley, and daisies. Eight black-eyed Susans were embroidered on the lower part of the dress. She carried a traditional wedding bouquet of yellow roses, white daisies, black- eyed susans, and white, pink, and yellow baby's breath with dried baby's breath throughout the bouquet. A portion of the arrangement came out to make a corsage to be worn at the reception later. Mrs. Elainor Ordway, friend of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a yellow dress and carried a bouquet of the bride, R. Waldo Emerson, her grandfather; Richard Emerson, Fred and Linda Emerson, uncles and aunts and Junior Emerson, her brother. The mothers of the bride and groom wore corsages of three medium blue roses, and white baby's breath. The fathers wore a single white rose tipped in blue with dried baby's breath. The grandparents, Viban and Ruth Shover, R. Waldo , and Alice Emerson and Elwin Hastings wore corsages of three daisies and baby's breath for the ladies and a single white carnation for the men. All the flowers were made of silk except for the dried baby's breath. The wedding cake was made up of two square tiers, one 12- inch and one ten, a round eight-inch topped with a pedestal of swans and columns, with the top round tier for the bride and groom. Pink and yellow roses and white daisies with pink cen- ters and white doves decorated the cake. The cake was made by Brian Ordway, brother of the groom. The wedding book was at- tended by sisters of the couple, Jennifer Emerson and i iii iiiiii ONLY A FEW TV CHANNELS? CAN'T GET CABLE? A DISH ANTENNA BRINGS IN THE WHOLE SATELLITE SYSTEM WITH ITS 40 CHANNELS OR MORE, BUSY 24 HOURS. YOUR OWN DIRECT RELIABLE PRIVATE WE INSTALL EVERYTHING THAT CONNECTS TO YOUR PRESENT REGULAR TV SET. SEE THE DEMONSTRATION 1 FOSTER STREET PLYMOUTH, N.H. 888 228 SATV I II I II I I I i lll illlll i Ji ii FAMILY NIGHT 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY ALL AGES! TO REGISTER CALL 222-9021 on. It's tempting to throw In the towel, but hang white daisies and colored Kathlene Ordway and cousins vee :. Guests and hots may surprise you with theb" "N babyls breath with dried of the bride, Julie and Nanette West Fawlee Cet t, er 1 00hurch baby s breath also. . Smith. br 2.olbr 22 .  1  The groom wore a western The refreshment table was  , ..............  devoted to health matters and vlMflng honbound outfit -- dark brown jacket decorated with three african p II II II i ,n.,.oo,.o.m..o..,..-- plans to hold sununer servmes and pantsandatans,hirtwith violet plants given by the I --,,rag any cash. 10" October 23-Nomb 'l W. FAIRLEE-- The summer Boston University where he early resident of the town and a ideked bT; :ozeese?n bride and groom to their I grandparents. Sisters of the 1 ._-" - II zodo It1,.__ too much too quickly may be countarwoducuve, series of evening services at trained for the ministry. Calla trusteee Mr of NtlesDartmouth aeslgnr'z e He .... wore a smgm couple, Lisa Emerson and I i [] "_ proves more interesting than reliable. Friend or part- West Fairlee Center Church Before coming to this area eg . . " , minister .. " will once a am he ed by he spent some rime'on the and founder of the first yet tow rose. .. Marlene Ordway, and cousins l ,. II [. -',q'lngly judgmental. " g " open co man uraway, cousin at tne of the bride, Robin and Bobble I   I I l Rev Ga y , . . ,w,,,, -,o ., ..... - ...... S - Nmmmbr 22.Dabm' 22 . r Wait recently faculty at Boston University, ngregatlon m West Fatrlee ....... .,,, ,,,., uo Greenwood presided over the I i I I I returned from a tour m after whmh he became pastor _Center, was also one of the ........ .lront intensifies before It eases up by Tuesday or first two re resentatives to wore a ooumnnmre at wmm food table, l  [ I I 3 I England with the North of theNorthThetfordChurch. P a.;.;,o.,4hhv' An aunt of the bride, I  II i I i .'tlvlty In neighborhood project Inlxoduc you to a new ..... O ............ ., _ breath. Cou t y ......... Or ...... rater me ceremony, a outtet ? you share some unusual Interest. n r Chorus This first Since then he has become well u ngress from Vermont .......... Rebecca Smith, helped the O 1/ II I$ I serw'ce will" be on July 11 at Known. m me upper, vaney, li gan musm wtn ne sup- mncn ........... was vnjuy ,,y'" ,,-'--^ couple open their gifts. I I/,  li il 1 .......... , 7.30 p. . ' w . ..................... the alllarwlmengthenlng, but " m supplying the pulplts of many P ed by Mrs. Jean Jersey, .,..,ao o,d ,.,l,tlv an The couple are residing in I /tl |# II [] Rev Wait is pastor of the of the churches and taking a no of N. Hartland. ., Corinth, Vt I I/l[ I i [ l ,--"._ some flnanclal uncr',alnti, lst bet in coplng is to churches' at Thetford Center keen. .interest .in musical and n The church is four. miles ...... A reeepuon" ..... was nela at The groom works at Upper 1 i, l| and Unmn g. . .... . Newbury Town Hall w,th Valley Press in Bradford, Vt. I I II II l H,,7 ''mmylm:tatmude. " Villa e Anativeof histormalaffaws, orth of Lake Fatrlee on . 'tYTHISWEEK Schenectady, N.Y., he _H. ts associatmn with West M!ddle Brook Road. Allwtllbe music rovided by relatives of i l'--ms iz.hzoad, and you relish makin9 changes. For you, received degrees from the Fawlee Center Church began welcome. P ., L  Judged by material attainments. Acttvtii this year State University of New York as a result 'of his cataloging ............   ;-" . Intrem, family obligations, positive Iffastyle at Albany and, later, from the papers of Nathaniel Niles, --'-. ] W-" I II II ! Tthtl-vmabllttytremaInrurc"ul" / C0MMERCIAL& RESIDENTIAL [Wells River. l [l II i r,lwrence'gth -torRIchdRoundtr;10th, El woman awarded " - "lllxt)n;11th'actorYulBrynnar;12th'actorBlllCIbY; h , CARPET& "uc''m'v"s'c' IRotal'ymeeth'l I l i ;  ' Y . IMMEDIAI INSTALLATION : 1,th,.00or masters at Dartmout VINYL FLOORS OU'00''WORKM00SHIP WELLS RIVER-- Bruce = i- .. Pacht, Past-President of the I ' ELY Anitra A. Sorensen of Engineering at the 212th ".-//'--. .,4i ,- t-,,,elor  az',r i Lebanon, N.H., Rotary Club, l '() Ely was one of about 60.per- Commencement .Exercises of ' "'.'r, flAI7 IIlM, rURIIUR tr/., [ will be the featured speaker at I ,. 6, aedstone . sons receiving degrees trom Dartmouth Cortege nere, N.=.s;$I .......... the Woedsville-Wells River l ,er 38. Toword Thayer School was . ,,,,, , , , Dinner at the Happy Hour I .  F.. [ANSWERS[ the Thayer School of Sunday, Junel3. Changing of the Guard i Perfect symbols of the s t r o love ou snare t I. Capuchin ] ffi' / ,.11 _ . established in 1871 by Gen. .,,'] l,,,,otl,l+,,, #'.,,,,,,,, I Restaurant in Well R've n I Y b,.. ._ monkey I u, ] II ,__A-II Sylvanus Thayer, Class of ,y,.tr\\;(=I i.,t41usos JUWS, I June20. , I :--: .................. 1, '' 42. Consumed Iel lellrignl "a. 44. Amphitheoter IJS,t[ LUl ll '_"-" II 1807, the man who has been /:r \\;' Fturing [ At this special Ladies Night I - - ............ - ......... ,   PicciOn Ibidol Coulure I ',be 46. Prefix down l . El .%.t/_.t) II called The Father of the y/ "  )i ..,, w,,,.o,,, I event, the following officers m rt" . .. I. -- .,,,,,.k' I AGE J .,, ,, o .... . . ... II ches [] - l1 Modern West Pomt . As F ".\\; J//J ' . . I will be installed for the t982- utamonas. War ,l .  . f ; Arm Alfred Pngoo -  Mo,o,,,,, i  II superintendent o the U.S. i; / P '\\; /[/| ,,,,,o .....o,.. 193 year: namer GUCK, i | El hie fmonte Creations ' " ' e . /d;r  Military Academy from 1817 Ili/ ,I. L/I'! .o I pres]dent; Lores J.ReCatanm,mald I Ladi--es at ent," - Jewelr" " to 1835, he transformed it into g/ ".. [ I  1,,nl[$mln | vice president; g" " I " l lmum. o,- the first engineering school in I/t -)[-% ] [I11[ I White, secretary; and Earl I --,.,.  DOWN 6. Wiobout ................ I theUnitedSates. [ 1 JlJ I Fyler, treasurer. I (;ttt_e : 't 5. Entices t - - I - a,, vni, lurl:'n | A 1970 graduate of Mid- Ji  CreotiveMemoriesThotLastaLifetime _J The Rotary Club plans to I "'*" " :1 St,, /. Angled 7. Pig pen r -- " aon. 8 k I :.",,.,':.-.- I diebury College with a B.A. I/ L'll] .w., wm,.mti" 1 continue its scholarship grant 1 -- -- f, J. Frost 9. Violinmoker I tUN MIllUl IIL, nl=a I degree, she also earned an M. | '' ._  Mon. thruSm. 9,30-S,30 7Oey, owk|0,00-6:001 program in tg83 for I '  Jl ,Jl'A,d,l 4. Ship 10. Plate I AND RASHES. I Ed. degree from Boston L J, j '.('J Tht.gFri. fitlg,00 I raduating seniors of the I w 7 ,,s,l'i[ V"[..- 12. singingFerrmle voice  University in 1972. ll/ "!_ .&mmtmmci| I )xbow, Woodsville and Blue i Quality Jewolers Since "1923 "J3 r I r II 17. 'towstrong Mountain high schoois, aswell I .s -- ** ,. I  II feeling _ II II I , , ' " ....  "-- as financial grants to various i wooaSVllle, IN. I1. -- -- body  other community I TL 749' 3482 , organizations m,. 23. Eggs  ............ __. I   I "I  [] --124. Chestbones  II I ------" .... ' -- '' II--I 30.27' Kind of wineHigh priest I . ,... I I I II I= -..,,,-,,,, c.,,., ,, rlI I132 Borterer *$ l1 I kJ'l ll? l | 1 SEARS ROEBUCK, Woodsville, N.H. "- e, ,-r l[ 33. Pierce 1  1 a,, WV 1 *PF.IGNOIIb*00NKItTATION*II.T.ATI01 .!  1  .m v w wm I l PIKESTORE, Pke, N.H. 34. Entire I ARTESIAN WELL CO. II I I P i L I  # / FAIRLEE GBqERAL, Fatdee, Vt. ,  37. Expired I  ince 1930 I I |B HOURS, 10m.-5 p.m. I. ' %A I [[ I l  ll LJI I O(ffORDWtLESTORE, Orf0rdvtHe, N,H. "' ,, " am ....... GRO ONGEN[RALSTORE Gr0tm Vt. ,,,iHT--t _[ 44. Padnotcas four c pleve lOtllllt.q COre cenver s0umvm,sr0,m,,v, I I 4s. soo .t " ES teO. N. For p ck-up ond delivery service , mts, mueco. ut...,. I149. Musicolnote I r,,, I I- qvm00/ Shop ' . I II i II II III I | " .  ,, ' ' , ............. - ALL YOU NEED FOR MINOR ITCHES AND RASHES. Coil collect, July 7, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 rd schools announce dents on honor roll The principal at Anne Miyares. CharlesBeane. Schools announced ,layme Chapm, David Cicollc, students l,isa Gendron, Amy Mt.'ser. on the honor roll. Nancy Tullar. and Raquel are in bold Welch. MII,I)I.F SCIIOOI. Ill,llSCllOt)l. GRADE 8 -- Paul Barnes. BI'; 12 Peter Cheryl Cloud, and Shot, ha t, Michelle Smith. Giesing. Barnes, Tom Baker. GRAI)E 7 - Kim Smith. aean, Donna Chapin, GRADE 6 - Brenda Herzund,;md Charles Biasing, John Miyares. Dehorah Cloud, Kelly Davis. DE 11  Paul Mivares. and Cynthia Parker. Dyke, M'arcus GRADE 5 -- Adam Dyke. , , . Terri Welch. Jenny Dyke. g b!i:d: n! :i!ir Tammy Estes. Tammy Giesing, Tommy Harrington. Douglas ttoisington, Kenny DE 9  Alice Barnes. May, and Cynthia Thomson. or roll students listed [ lue Mountain Union RIVER The fourth Brock, Steve Murray, Karen eriod honor roll has Lamarre, Bonnie Vance, Rose r ,eased by Blue Hatch, and Michelle Arnosky. nion School. Those GRADE 9-- Curtis Page, ted in bold type Patrick Page, and Chris " high honors. Collins. 12 Jim Brock, GRADE 8-- Catherine se, Merry Savoy, Dimitruk, Laurie Stacker, t Weimar.e, Beth Robin Zambon, Veronica er, Clay Chase, Douglas, Scott Deschamps, C aznberlin, Anurea Allen Downing, Jeneil Rowell, ]) aren Fifield, Larry and Vicky Clark. rid Hill, Michael GRADE 7-- Glenn East- Wayne Nutter, man, Adam Vigent, Mickey ., Pearl Robinson, Kuizyck, Janiee Dawley, ds, Mary Stevens, Emily Ricker, Janice Cassidy, rlor, Maria Tram- Chris Grndin, Steve Crown, Jt !y Vance, Larry Shawn Carter, and Shiela ,at I Nok Wells. Murray. I Julie Rowell, tevens, Robin CORINTH Sdie Bone, Donna SCHOOL BOARD pi.Wendy Eastman, CORINTH-- The Unified reid, Andrea Welch, District 36 School Board will ares, and Theresea hold a meeting on Thursday, L July 8. The meeting, to be held Oh' 10.- Stephanie at the Elementary School, will -erie Zambon, Bonnie begin at 7:30 p.m., and is open ' onaie Bixby, Jackie to the public. JULY 8, 1982 - Jtam 21-Febnm 19 npd; checking insurance policies, sorting out '  ingenuity, farrdly gathering can prove delightfully phns change when surprise guests show up. 20-March 20 : d :re] oplng Ideas, assembling fumtture, reslzuc- : town relatives may contact you for a favor la to check out all the angles. 21-,rfl 20 of atstng some unsung hero or encouraging a reluctant d. Recent speculative venture begins paying off this week. IWaains low key. ' - Aizrlil 21-Ma$, lint ng of a productive cycle and you grasp the ac- ! of efficiency. Family temdons should b nipped in the If preparing to travel. '. " May une 21 I hard bargains; It's an outandr'-veek for . Caution against tendency to overextend ; al d/, )r physically. June 22-Ju! 22 Some of your oddest plans come from unexpected Is equally surprising. Advertising your skills or a with wit and flair. m(  of fiends and coworkem. Ability to remain m of turmoil does not go unnoticed. Financial or other imtve by Wednesday. 23-September 22 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Realt Sheryl Hibbai't| weds R. Reali WEST FAIRLEE-- Sheryl blouse made with yellow Lynn Hibbard, daughter of eyelet with lace and ribbon Mr. and Mrs. Niel Hibbard of trim. Her bouquet was of silk Bradford, and Richard Reali, son of Mrs. Eva Reali of Santa Susana, Calif., were wed on June 26 at the West Fairlee Church in front of family and friends. Rev. James W. Boudreau presided over the ceremony. The bride wore a Gunne Sax skirt and blouse made of yellow and white daisies, roses and baby's breath. Steven Hibbard, the bride's brother, was the best man. Thomas Elliot of Lyndonville, a brother-in-law of the bride, was the usher. Following the church ceremony, a reception was held at the Hibbard home in eyelet with lace and ribbon Bradford. trim. She carried a bouquet of The couple will reside in silk pink, white, and yellow Santa Susana, Calif., and both daisies, carnations, roses, and are employed by Hurley baby's breath. Electric, Inc., of Van Nuys, Carol Robie, a friend of the Calif. bride from Piermont, was the Sheryl is a graduate of matron of honor. She wore a Thetford Academy and is a camisole and a mid-length former employee of the ruffled skirt made of pink Journal Opinion in Bradford eyelet with lace and ribbon where she worked as office trim. Her bouquet was made manager until two years ago. of silk pink and white daisies Richard is a graduate of with roses and baby's breath. Birmingham High School in Silvia Hibbard, the bride's Van Nuys, Calif. He is an sister, was the bridesmaid, assistant manager at Hurley She also wore a camisole and Electric. a mid-length ruffled skirt and Church holda Family Bible Institute BRADFORD-- The Bradford Evangelical Free Church will sponsor its second annual Family Bible Institute during the week of July 12 to 16. This program is an ex- pansion of the traditional Vacation Bible School prac- ticed in many churches. A team of seven individuals from Minneapolis will lead the children's activities daily. The group, known as an ACTS Team <Actual Christian Training by Service) will be comprised of teenaged young people coming from Min- neapolis, Mn. Each morning from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. there will be Bible studies and activities for children having completed grades K through 8th grade. Then on the evenings of Monday through Thursday at 7:30 to 8:45 p.m. there will be a program for those in grades 9- 12 and for adults of all ages. The Institute will conclude with a Family Night Service for all ages on Friday at 7:30 p.m. For more information or to register please call the church at (8o2) 222-9021. IBIRTHS ] NEW BABY GIRL ORFORD-- Thomas Trunzo and Deborah Arneson of Orford are the parents of a new baby girl, Melissa, horn on June 22 at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville. NEW BABY BOY BRADFORD-- Mr. and Mrs. Burton and Georgann Hood of Bradford are the parents of a new baby boy, Horace Nathaniel, born on June 22 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. NEW BABYGIRL BRADFORD-- Mr. and Mrs. Steve and Jane Johnson o't Bradford are the parents of a new baby girl, weighing eight pounds and one and three quarter ounces, born on June 15 at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville. NEW SON ARRIVES BIDDEFORD, ME.-- Dr. and Mrs. James Norton of Bid- deford, Me., are the parents of a new baby boy, Graham Patrick, born on June 22 in Biddeford .... FAIRLEE HISTORICAL SOCIETY FAIRLEE-- The Fairlee Historical Society will meet on Tuesday, July 13 at the Fairlee Town Hall at 7:30 p.m. At the meeting, members will be holding a workshop to identify photographs previously donated to the group -- guests are welcome. Refreshments served. r IL Social J J 1929 Class ret00nion held  RIVER-- The lngdlls, Bill and Marilyn Haverhill Academy Class of Keyes, Leon and Pat 1929 held a luncheon reunion Willoughby; Roberta Miller June 26, at the Happy Hour and Arden Atkins, Marian Restaurant, Wells River, Vt. Young ('19) was an honored Following a "Happy Hour," guest. a selective luncheon was Due to illness, Hollis Steven, served. The rest of the GertrudeW. Brown and Emily meeting was spent on A. Cross were not able to be recollections of old classmates present. and happy high school days. Our next reunion date is Those present included -- June, 1984. Ernestine and Clark ('27J Wendy Hastings and Robert Gray ff/end00 Hastings to wed Robert Grar WOODSVILLE-- Mr. and is employed in t'he camera Mrs. Carroll T. Hastings of Woedsville have announced the engagement of their daughter, Wendy Jean, to Robert L. Gray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gray of Bradford. Wendy is a 1976 graduate of Woodsville High School and a 1978 graduate of NHV-TC. She department at Upper Valley Press in Bradford. Bob is a 1976 graduate of Oxbow High School. He is a press supervisor at Upper Valley Press. A late summer wedding is planned. Suzette Emerson wed to Kelvin Ordway CORINTH-- Miss Suzette Viola Emerson, daughter of John Henry and Viola Emerson and Kelvin Ernest Ordway, son of Burton and Coralene Ordway of Corinth, were united in marriage, June 26, 1982 on the lawn of her grandparents, Urban and Ruth Shover of W. Topsham, Vt. Justice Gerry Brooks of- ficiated at the double-ring ceremony with the couple exchanging vows which they had written themselves. The bride wore a cream colored gathered yoke sum- mer dress with wide white lace straps. Imprinted on the dress in white were roses, lilies of valley, and daisies. Eight black-eyed Susans were embroidered on the lower part of the dress. She carried a traditional wedding bouquet of yellow roses, white daisies, black- eyed susans, and white, pink, and yellow baby's breath with dried baby's breath throughout the bouquet. A portion of the arrangement came out to make a corsage to be worn at the reception later. Mrs. Elainor Ordway, friend of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a yellow dress and carried a bouquet of the bride, R. Waldo Emerson, her grandfather; Richard Emerson, Fred and Linda Emerson, uncles and aunts and Junior Emerson, her brother. The mothers of the bride and groom wore corsages of three medium blue roses, and white baby's breath. The fathers wore a single white rose tipped in blue with dried baby's breath. The grandparents, Viban and Ruth Shover, R. Waldo , and Alice Emerson and Elwin Hastings wore corsages of three daisies and baby's breath for the ladies and a single white carnation for the men. All the flowers were made of silk except for the dried baby's breath. The wedding cake was made up of two square tiers, one 12- inch and one ten, a round eight-inch topped with a pedestal of swans and columns, with the top round tier for the bride and groom. Pink and yellow roses and white daisies with pink cen- ters and white doves decorated the cake. The cake was made by Brian Ordway, brother of the groom. The wedding book was at- tended by sisters of the couple, Jennifer Emerson and i iii iiiiii ONLY A FEW TV CHANNELS? CAN'T GET CABLE? A DISH ANTENNA BRINGS IN THE WHOLE SATELLITE SYSTEM WITH ITS 40 CHANNELS OR MORE, BUSY 24 HOURS. YOUR OWN DIRECT RELIABLE PRIVATE WE INSTALL EVERYTHING THAT CONNECTS TO YOUR PRESENT REGULAR TV SET. SEE THE DEMONSTRATION 1 FOSTER STREET PLYMOUTH, N.H. 888 228 SATV I II I II I I I i lll illlll i Ji ii FAMILY NIGHT 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY ALL AGES! TO REGISTER CALL 222-9021 on. It's tempting to throw In the towel, but hang white daisies and colored Kathlene Ordway and cousins vee :. Guests and hots may surprise you with theb" "N babyls breath with dried of the bride, Julie and Nanette West Fawlee Cet t, er 1 00hurch baby s breath also. . Smith. br 2.olbr 22 .  1  The groom wore a western The refreshment table was  , ..............  devoted to health matters and vlMflng honbound outfit -- dark brown jacket decorated with three african p II II II i ,n.,.oo,.o.m..o..,..-- plans to hold sununer servmes and pantsandatans,hirtwith violet plants given by the I --,,rag any cash. 10" October 23-Nomb 'l W. FAIRLEE-- The summer Boston University where he early resident of the town and a ideked bT; :ozeese?n bride and groom to their I grandparents. Sisters of the 1 ._-" - II zodo It1,.__ too much too quickly may be countarwoducuve, series of evening services at trained for the ministry. Calla trusteee Mr of NtlesDartmouth aeslgnr'z e He .... wore a smgm couple, Lisa Emerson and I i [] "_ proves more interesting than reliable. Friend or part- West Fairlee Center Church Before coming to this area eg . . " , minister .. " will once a am he ed by he spent some rime'on the and founder of the first yet tow rose. .. Marlene Ordway, and cousins l ,. II [. -',q'lngly judgmental. " g " open co man uraway, cousin at tne of the bride, Robin and Bobble I   I I l Rev Ga y , . . ,w,,,, -,o ., ..... - ...... S - Nmmmbr 22.Dabm' 22 . r Wait recently faculty at Boston University, ngregatlon m West Fatrlee ....... .,,, ,,,., uo Greenwood presided over the I i I I I returned from a tour m after whmh he became pastor _Center, was also one of the ........ .lront intensifies before It eases up by Tuesday or first two re resentatives to wore a ooumnnmre at wmm food table, l  [ I I 3 I England with the North of theNorthThetfordChurch. P a.;.;,o.,4hhv' An aunt of the bride, I  II i I i .'tlvlty In neighborhood project Inlxoduc you to a new ..... O ............ ., _ breath. Cou t y ......... Or ...... rater me ceremony, a outtet ? you share some unusual Interest. n r Chorus This first Since then he has become well u ngress from Vermont .......... Rebecca Smith, helped the O 1/ II I$ I serw'ce will" be on July 11 at Known. m me upper, vaney, li gan musm wtn ne sup- mncn ........... was vnjuy ,,y'" ,,-'--^ couple open their gifts. I I/,  li il 1 .......... , 7.30 p. . ' w . ..................... the alllarwlmengthenlng, but " m supplying the pulplts of many P ed by Mrs. Jean Jersey, .,..,ao o,d ,.,l,tlv an The couple are residing in I /tl |# II [] Rev Wait is pastor of the of the churches and taking a no of N. Hartland. ., Corinth, Vt I I/l[ I i [ l ,--"._ some flnanclal uncr',alnti, lst bet in coplng is to churches' at Thetford Center keen. .interest .in musical and n The church is four. miles ...... A reeepuon" ..... was nela at The groom works at Upper 1 i, l| and Unmn g. . .... . Newbury Town Hall w,th Valley Press in Bradford, Vt. I I II II l H,,7 ''mmylm:tatmude. " Villa e Anativeof histormalaffaws, orth of Lake Fatrlee on . 'tYTHISWEEK Schenectady, N.Y., he _H. ts associatmn with West M!ddle Brook Road. Allwtllbe music rovided by relatives of i l'--ms iz.hzoad, and you relish makin9 changes. For you, received degrees from the Fawlee Center Church began welcome. P ., L  Judged by material attainments. Acttvtii this year State University of New York as a result 'of his cataloging ............   ;-" . Intrem, family obligations, positive Iffastyle at Albany and, later, from the papers of Nathaniel Niles, --'-. ] W-" I II II ! Tthtl-vmabllttytremaInrurc"ul" / C0MMERCIAL& RESIDENTIAL [Wells River. l [l II i r,lwrence'gth -torRIchdRoundtr;10th, El woman awarded " - "lllxt)n;11th'actorYulBrynnar;12th'actorBlllCIbY; h , CARPET& "uc''m'v"s'c' IRotal'ymeeth'l I l i ;  ' Y . IMMEDIAI INSTALLATION : 1,th,.00or masters at Dartmout VINYL FLOORS OU'00''WORKM00SHIP WELLS RIVER-- Bruce = i- .. Pacht, Past-President of the I ' ELY Anitra A. Sorensen of Engineering at the 212th ".-//'--. .,4i ,- t-,,,elor  az',r i Lebanon, N.H., Rotary Club, l '() Ely was one of about 60.per- Commencement .Exercises of ' "'.'r, flAI7 IIlM, rURIIUR tr/., [ will be the featured speaker at I ,. 6, aedstone . sons receiving degrees trom Dartmouth Cortege nere, N.=.s;$I .......... the Woedsville-Wells River l ,er 38. Toword Thayer School was . ,,,,, , , , Dinner at the Happy Hour I .  F.. [ANSWERS[ the Thayer School of Sunday, Junel3. Changing of the Guard i Perfect symbols of the s t r o love ou snare t I. Capuchin ] ffi' / ,.11 _ . established in 1871 by Gen. .,,'] l,,,,otl,l+,,, #'.,,,,,,,, I Restaurant in Well R've n I Y b,.. ._ monkey I u, ] II ,__A-II Sylvanus Thayer, Class of ,y,.tr\\;(=I i.,t41usos JUWS, I June20. , I :--: .................. 1, '' 42. Consumed Iel lellrignl "a. 44. Amphitheoter IJS,t[ LUl ll '_"-" II 1807, the man who has been /:r \\;' Fturing [ At this special Ladies Night I - - ............ - ......... ,   PicciOn Ibidol Coulure I ',be 46. Prefix down l . El .%.t/_.t) II called The Father of the y/ "  )i ..,, w,,,.o,,, I event, the following officers m rt" . .. I. -- .,,,,,.k' I AGE J .,, ,, o .... . . ... II ches [] - l1 Modern West Pomt . As F ".\\; J//J ' . . I will be installed for the t982- utamonas. War ,l .  . f ; Arm Alfred Pngoo -  Mo,o,,,,, i  II superintendent o the U.S. i; / P '\\; /[/| ,,,,,o .....o,.. 193 year: namer GUCK, i | El hie fmonte Creations ' " ' e . /d;r  Military Academy from 1817 Ili/ ,I. L/I'! .o I pres]dent; Lores J.ReCatanm,mald I Ladi--es at ent," - Jewelr" " to 1835, he transformed it into g/ ".. [ I  1,,nl[$mln | vice president; g" " I " l lmum. o,- the first engineering school in I/t -)[-% ] [I11[ I White, secretary; and Earl I --,.,.  DOWN 6. Wiobout ................ I theUnitedSates. [ 1 JlJ I Fyler, treasurer. I (;ttt_e : 't 5. Entices t - - I - a,, vni, lurl:'n | A 1970 graduate of Mid- Ji  CreotiveMemoriesThotLastaLifetime _J The Rotary Club plans to I "'*" " :1 St,, /. Angled 7. Pig pen r -- " aon. 8 k I :.",,.,':.-.- I diebury College with a B.A. I/ L'll] .w., wm,.mti" 1 continue its scholarship grant 1 -- -- f, J. Frost 9. Violinmoker I tUN MIllUl IIL, nl=a I degree, she also earned an M. | '' ._  Mon. thruSm. 9,30-S,30 7Oey, owk|0,00-6:001 program in tg83 for I '  Jl ,Jl'A,d,l 4. Ship 10. Plate I AND RASHES. I Ed. degree from Boston L J, j '.('J Tht.gFri. fitlg,00 I raduating seniors of the I w 7 ,,s,l'i[ V"[..- 12. singingFerrmle voice  University in 1972. ll/ "!_ .&mmtmmci| I )xbow, Woodsville and Blue i Quality Jewolers Since "1923 "J3 r I r II 17. 'towstrong Mountain high schoois, aswell I .s -- ** ,. I  II feeling _ II II I , , ' " ....  "-- as financial grants to various i wooaSVllle, IN. I1. -- -- body  other community I TL 749' 3482 , organizations m,. 23. Eggs  ............ __. I   I "I  [] --124. Chestbones  II I ------" .... ' -- '' II--I 30.27' Kind of wineHigh priest I . ,... I I I II I= -..,,,-,,,, c.,,., ,, rlI I132 Borterer *$ l1 I kJ'l ll? l | 1 SEARS ROEBUCK, Woodsville, N.H. "- e, ,-r l[ 33. 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