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L  .... BIRTHS! July 21, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 I Social IE-RADUATES-- Nine North Country residents _ Bachelor Degrees from New Hampshire tSchool of Human Services. The LINC i who completed classes in Llttleton this past ,.Pront row: Joyce Weldon (Lincoln), Emma erhill), Denise Lea/e (Monroe), Karen Bembridge (Errol). Back row: Mona Chase (Berlin), Shirley Peterson (Landaff), Sandra Gould (Littleton), Michele Patten (Woodsville), and Rosemary Turner (Berlin). For more information call Lois Palmer collect at 485-8415 in Manchester. rth Chorus member of trip to England IN rgonunty Their first concert was in Coventry at the new Coventry ehearsed from Cathedral, built as a [h June and had monument to peace adjacent |15,000 in every to the old Cathedral bombed in he World War II. They sang the r ,eward-- a "Faure Requim" at the llcert tour in noontime worship service. rai s. "Singing in such a famous and 9, 1982 'outgolng brightest and it's a lovely time to attract new mlrers. ()he important caution: you're easily impressed ,  qPpings. 1%Ixanj 20-Mmch 20   and balance sheets -- and stretcling a dollar nest challenge. After the weekend you make head- SUpervisors of the wisdom of your ideas. ur(  21-Apfll 20 I lis| ,ing before they can be presented for approval. a swing in the right direction. Awards or rewards are sday. " April 21-May 22 eVord; remember that your time is worth money, too. l>enings are scattered through the week. Loved one is oe open minded now. " I 11ty 23-June 21 • ,,E"IIB* mOn hip is on the mend but uou can't rush the healing 'P'  ndlogic.is a lucky money'time,'lut the accent is on com- " June 22-July 22 ,k for pe00ormers and ,nventors - you ca,, really  pew. Romance is on the back burner as you and " l " "Cultles coordinating busy schedules. r i  =L^upet'22 nsumer research" examine workmanship and 'rt making major purchases. Educational pro)ects • "' to details is worth all the trouble. t 23-September 22 _ I nay be stirring again if you take the reigns. Don't mt ad ce blindly; seek out the answers to all of your Pbmbm 23-Octob 22 • 'here cha.00. It s00tchlng v=ation p00ns, 'h  are current. Family negotiating Is touchy, with all I  Very hard to please. t YOU in touch with interesting people. Improved l'ns this week. Moneymaking opportunity may  decisions to be made now; some onyour own, / CO..pondence abed can ,n00uenc. hell- ,, _,-"Ns meak may surface on weekend. /i,tb;'te Your time; you might be nursing a blend's ;"::lnlng a super surprise party. Fancy machines can 11 IsmatwF..SY°u return to old-fashioned basics. .ststic, and highly fixed in your opinions. Emo- J L. - a highly productive, profitable period around the D mzzl; 25th, composer Leroy Stanton; 26th, singer t, singer Bobby Gentry; 28th, actress Sally WARWICK CASTLE-- This is just one of the places members of the North Country Chorus visited during their recent tour of England. The towers in the picture above were constructed by the Duke of Clarence, brother of Richard lit at a later date than Guy's Tower seen in the background. Both Towers have cannon ports to protect the Castle from the Town of Warwick. ' ..... awesome cathedral was an unique experience," said iuspring way to start our tour. Linnell. I think each of us were im- Herefore was their next pressed by the magnitude of stop, singing two concerts in the building and the meaning Shire Hall. The first was in the of its very existence," said afternoon to 300 enthusiastic Connie Linnell, a spokesman children. They listened, for the group, participated and enjoyed, said Their next engagement was Linnell. in Stockton-on-Tees in nor- In the evening they gave theast England. They €om- another concert to the adults. bined with the Stockton Vocal Hereford is well known for its Union, singing in a church Hereford breed of cattle and designed by Christopher the names of all registered Wren, the architech who Hereford animals in the world helped bring London back to are listed there. It is also the life after the Great Fire in the center of the hard cider in- late1600's, dustry, "Woodpecker" brand "This concert was just plain being the best known. fun, a pleasure to sing with North Country Chorus ended new friends who made our the singing part of their tour in stay a very Special one. Harlow, a relatively new town Stockton is proud of the fact northeast of London. that it is the home of the Linnell said: "There were world's first passenger train lots of hugs and kisses when and inventor of the friction we arrived as many of our match," said Linnell. chorus members were From Stockton the local reunited with the Harlow chorus group went to Man- Chorus members they bad chester to sing in their hosted when the Harlow magnificent Town Hall. The Chorus came to America two Rotary Club of Manchester years ago. We joined forces East were their hosts. The with the Harlow Chorus, the chorus had another combined Alberni Symphony Orchestra, concert, this time in the Great the Harlow Boys' Choir, and Hall with the Spurtey Hey three soloists to present the Wind Band, a superb group of very moving and intense high schoolperformers. 'Dream of Gerontius" by "The next morning we left Elgar. It was a thrilling ex- for Wales to sing in the St. perience for all of us, John's Methodist Church in especially for those who had NEW BABY GIRL LYME-- Mr. and Mrs. John Burke of Lyme are the parents of a new baby girl born on July 10 at Gifford Memorial Hospital in Randolph, Vt. BRAND NEW DAUGHTER GROTON-- Mr. and Mrs. David and Juanita Belyea of Groton are the parents of a new baby girl, Sheene, who weighed in at seven pounds on ::: ; : July 7 at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville. NEW BABY GIRl, THETFORD,- Mr. and Mrs. Timothy and Wende Beck of Thetford are the parents of a new baby girl, Anna Cushing, born on June 30 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. NEW BABY GIRL NORWICH-- Mr. and Mrs. Donald and Regina Reece of Norwich are the parents of a new baby girl born on June 30 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. NEW SON ARRIVES N. HAVERHILL-- Mr. and Mrs. John and Shirley Prescott of N. Haverhill are the parents of a new baby boy, Shawn, who weighed in at seven pounds and four and one-half ounces on June 30 at Cottage Hospital in Wood- sville. NEW BABy BOY HAVERHIIJ_,-- Mr. and Mrs. Bill and Cathy Maltais of Haverhill are the parents of a new baby boy, Joseph, weighing seven pounds and two ounces, born on July 4 at Cottage Hospital in Wood- sville. NEW BABY GIRL WENTWORTH-- Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Leah Summer of Wentworth are the parents of a new baby girl, Zarath Morgan, born on July 7 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. BABY BOY ARRIVES S. NEWBURY-- Mr. and Mrs. Preston and Davida Foster of S. Newbury are the parents of a new baby boy, David Jonathan, born weighing eight pounds and eight ounces at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville on July II. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bleich  Laurie Burnham wed to Edward Bleich THETFORD-- Thetford Hill Congregational Church was the setting on Saturday, June 26, for the marriage of Laurie Burnham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Burnham of Thetford, to Edward Bleich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Bleich of Ivyland, Pa. The bride was escorted by her father and wore an eyelet gown with shoulder ruffle and full skirt which extended into a chapel length train• Cynthia Byers was maid of honor and Larry May served as best man. A reception following the ceremony was held on the lawn at the Burnham farm. The bride is a direct descendant of William Bur- nham, one of Thetford's earliest settlers. Her great grandfather, Sherburne W. Burnham was an astronomer and professor at the University of Chicago. The bride graduated with a B.A. in biology from Carleton College and has done graduate study at Cornell University. She is currently pursuing her studies at Harvard University where she is a Research Associate at the Museum of Comparative Zoology. The groom graduated from Cornell University with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and is employed by General Dynamics Corporation in Fort Worth, Texas. The couple plans to make their home in Boston. The bride will retain her maiden name. Sally Rollins wed to Dennis ]'ournier W. NEWBURY-- Sally Spear Rollins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Spear, and Dennis Robert Fournier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fournier, N. Haverhill, N.H. were united in marriage, June 19 at 2:00 p.m. in Wells River Congregational Church. Rev. Arthur Cheney of- ficiated at the double-ring ceremony. Paula Vielleux was matron of honor and Jim Boucher was Best Man. Gidget Rollins, daughter of the bride, was flower girl. Randy Vielleux and Brian Emeon were ushers. The reception immediately following the ceremony was held at the Happy Hour Restaurant with music provided by the "Chrome Forest", the band in which the groom plays rhythm guitar. Guests were from New Hampshire, Vermont, Con- necticut, and Massachusetts. After a brief honeymoon trip, the couple are residing in their home in N. Haverhill. West Fairlee Center Church W. FAIRLEE-- The evening New England of the Orthodox service at West Fairlee Center Presbyterian Church, the ChurCh will be led this Sun- day, July 18, by the Rev. Gordon H. Cook, Jr. of the West Fairlee Congregational Church. Recently ordained to the ministry by a gathering of the Presbytery of New York and NEW SON IS BORN WOODSVILLE-- Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Dorothy Rowe of Woodsville are the parents of a new baby boy, Benjamin Charles, who tipped the scales at nine pounds and COMMUNITY 15 ounces when he was born on tlEALTH SERVICES July 12 at Cottage Hospital in THETFORD-- There will be a Woodsville. Community Health Services, Inc., Town Nurse at the Thetford Hill Church on NEW DAUGHTER Wednesday, July 14 from 2:00 IS BORN to 4:00 p.m. The nurse will he PIERMONT-- Dr. and Mrs. checking for Alexander Melicott III of hypertension, Piermont are the parents of a problems. brand new baby girl, Allethaire Anne, born on July 6 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. NEW DAUGHTER ARRIVES STRAFFORD-- Brenda Saari of Stratford is the mother of a brand new baby girl born on July I0 at Gifford Memorial Hospital in Randolph, Vt. NEW SON ARRIVES GROTON--"Mr. and Mrs. Kevin and Bonnie White of Groton are the parents of a NEW DOCTOR FOR CLINIC-- Dr. Vona Lorenzana is now the Rev. Cook had been serving for nearly a year in an unof- ficial capacity as pastor in West Fairlee. A graduate of the Hartford (Vermont) High School, he later earned degrees from the University of Vermont and Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia before returning to the area. The service with organ music supplied by Alice Adams will begin at 7:30 p.m. Visitors are very welcome. DIAMONDS . WATCHES- We Repair ACCUTRON, TIMEX and A;I Makes glaucoma, ..... and weight _._HASK_ELL JE'LERS L,ltleton, NH 03561 {OQ) 444-3351 KNITS 25% o,, solids & prints LaCOSTE KNITS 25% o,, (we also have knit collars and alligators) STRETCH TERRI 30% o,, 60" wide  many colors CUT 'N SEW Globe Shop. Ctr., Littlet0n, N.H. Men., Tues., Wed. 10-6 p.m. Sat. 10-5:30 p.m. Thurs; & Fri. 10-9 p.m. " Sunday 12:30-5 : .... _ill _ LI ...... _JL'. Summer C00arance i MOST ALL SUMMER OFF OR MORE, AS TAGGED Also---- SIDEWALK SALE Woodsville, N.H.- St. Johnsbury, Vt,. II II II II] ROSS-WOOD POST No. 20 AMERICAN LEGION Woodsvtlle, N.B. 03?85 THIRD ANNUAL LAWN & FOOD SALE Llandudno, Have you ever never before been part of such new baby boy, Erik Robert, resident doctor at the BENEFIT ' Im, been in the midst of 550 a large undertaking." who weighed in at six pounds Mount Mooselaukee ,f )t singing Welshmen? It is a Singing in England was and 15 ounces on July 8 at Health Center. She Is b :}.Firm wonder, especially inchurch, special indeed. It opened Cottage Hospital in Wood-available at the clinic on SPECIAL ULIIYIIIUjfIVIUIPIP¢ 12. Toword, e T The sermon extolled the many doors that might not sville. 4 etolrerus 1%E [ Tuesdays, Thursdays, and o,. 00.os, o, AN RS power of music and it was have otherwise been _ certainly powerful on that available, saidLinnell. "Aside Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to burden Corn meol day. We will never forget this from the cathedrals, castles, 5:00 p.m. On Wednesdays JULY 24TH-- 10:00 AM - ON sheep, walls, pubs, plays, W. TOPSHAM-- Mr. and Mrs. she is there from 5:00 to at the American Legion Home in Woodsville, N.H. ve ill lddition rr00oo. { PAGE J bridges, scenery, and food Mark Sharon Kingsbury of W. 7:00 p.m., on Saturdays " c 12. >emi-preciou. i i2. emiprecious that we encountered, we met Topsham are the parents of a she will be at the clinic having anything that they would like to donate to this cause brand new baby boy, Timothy from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 please call: ;tone and thoroughly enjoyed some Mark, who weighed in at six noon, and on Mondays and Newton Lang -- 747-3694 t3. iphthong of the nicest people in the pounds and ten ounces on July Wednesdays she will be S ;4. "lorshness Soft pads protect Nancy Cowell -- 747-2423 . iT. "lurvested 7. French orticle from pain, while world:" 10 at Cottage Hospital in available from 1:00 to 5:00 Austin Brooks-- 747-2835 ]: tee coke 8. Either medicated disks Woodsville. Vokeomends 9. Except thot work t6 remove p.m. Anyone wishing to donate to the Food Sale, Call: Ruby Gareeau kt DOWN -4. Thot men I0. College corns. Illlllllllllllillllllil Iry |. Fertile loom 5. Finishes officiols QUOTE after S :00 P.M. -- 747-3584 , ,2 ' '" -- CLEANER 16 Bywoyof fl]tl./l,[il "Money is the seed of mVACUUM r "' /V'.usiofl note 19. Slender money, and the first guinea is co.dtes sometimes more difficult to 14 YLMI$ OF [XPIIIIK| We will take furniture, house wares, clothing, books, toys, etc. We 21. Unit of acquire than the second  JOe DePII 1-603-4411-$717 willpick up. meosurement million." 23. Spikenard  25. Meadows Jean Jacques Rousseau 5ALFS g SERVICE BAGS & SUPPttES. 27. Us ADDED ATTRACTION FOR THE CHILDREN: h DAYLIGH 28. Shot size llJl 29. Vornsh I , ' , FIREWORKS DISPLAY IN THE AFTERNOON. ingredient  I IIII 31. Bristles Phone 444-2742 Coil €ollect. I 32. Light knock ALSO A MINI FIREWORKS StlOW AT DUSK, 33. Tent reeker SEARS ROEBUCK, Woodsvle, N.H. 35. Foreign PIKE STOR£, Pke, N.H. 36. Forest 00,LEANER5 c,eo,. / F c. irl,,. vt. May we have your support in helping these handicapped children' 38. Poinful ORR)RDVILLESTOR£, Odordviile, N.H. ' • " BATS VARIETY STORE. h, N.H. Newton J. Lang 39. Entreot CROTON GENERALSTORE, Oroton, Vt. . Depart Your €omplete clothing, ulre center sours evon so. so,.,., v,. Children & Youth Chrm. • WESTERN AUTO STORE, Brodford, VS. • Atop For pick,up and delivery service meelL,: INSURMI OfflO% Lisbon, N,H. 48, By L 49. Itolion river L  .... BIRTHS! July 21, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 I Social IE-RADUATES-- Nine North Country residents _ Bachelor Degrees from New Hampshire tSchool of Human Services. The LINC i who completed classes in Llttleton this past ,.Pront row: Joyce Weldon (Lincoln), Emma erhill), Denise Lea/e (Monroe), Karen Bembridge (Errol). Back row: Mona Chase (Berlin), Shirley Peterson (Landaff), Sandra Gould (Littleton), Michele Patten (Woodsville), and Rosemary Turner (Berlin). For more information call Lois Palmer collect at 485-8415 in Manchester. rth Chorus member of trip to England IN rgonunty Their first concert was in Coventry at the new Coventry ehearsed from Cathedral, built as a [h June and had monument to peace adjacent |15,000 in every to the old Cathedral bombed in he World War II. They sang the r ,eward-- a "Faure Requim" at the llcert tour in noontime worship service. rai s. "Singing in such a famous and 9, 1982 'outgolng brightest and it's a lovely time to attract new mlrers. ()he important caution: you're easily impressed ,  qPpings. 1%Ixanj 20-Mmch 20   and balance sheets -- and stretcling a dollar nest challenge. After the weekend you make head- SUpervisors of the wisdom of your ideas. ur(  21-Apfll 20 I lis| ,ing before they can be presented for approval. a swing in the right direction. Awards or rewards are sday. " April 21-May 22 eVord; remember that your time is worth money, too. l>enings are scattered through the week. Loved one is oe open minded now. " I 11ty 23-June 21 • ,,E"IIB* mOn hip is on the mend but uou can't rush the healing 'P'  ndlogic.is a lucky money'time,'lut the accent is on com- " June 22-July 22 ,k for pe00ormers and ,nventors - you ca,, really  pew. Romance is on the back burner as you and " l " "Cultles coordinating busy schedules. r i  =L^upet'22 nsumer research" examine workmanship and 'rt making major purchases. Educational pro)ects • "' to details is worth all the trouble. t 23-September 22 _ I nay be stirring again if you take the reigns. Don't mt ad ce blindly; seek out the answers to all of your Pbmbm 23-Octob 22 • 'here cha.00. It s00tchlng v=ation p00ns, 'h  are current. Family negotiating Is touchy, with all I  Very hard to please. t YOU in touch with interesting people. Improved l'ns this week. Moneymaking opportunity may  decisions to be made now; some onyour own, / CO..pondence abed can ,n00uenc. hell- ,, _,-"Ns meak may surface on weekend. /i,tb;'te Your time; you might be nursing a blend's ;"::lnlng a super surprise party. Fancy machines can 11 IsmatwF..SY°u return to old-fashioned basics. .ststic, and highly fixed in your opinions. Emo- J L. - a highly productive, profitable period around the D mzzl; 25th, composer Leroy Stanton; 26th, singer t, singer Bobby Gentry; 28th, actress Sally WARWICK CASTLE-- This is just one of the places members of the North Country Chorus visited during their recent tour of England. The towers in the picture above were constructed by the Duke of Clarence, brother of Richard lit at a later date than Guy's Tower seen in the background. Both Towers have cannon ports to protect the Castle from the Town of Warwick. ' ..... awesome cathedral was an unique experience," said iuspring way to start our tour. Linnell. I think each of us were im- Herefore was their next pressed by the magnitude of stop, singing two concerts in the building and the meaning Shire Hall. The first was in the of its very existence," said afternoon to 300 enthusiastic Connie Linnell, a spokesman children. They listened, for the group, participated and enjoyed, said Their next engagement was Linnell. in Stockton-on-Tees in nor- In the evening they gave theast England. They €om- another concert to the adults. bined with the Stockton Vocal Hereford is well known for its Union, singing in a church Hereford breed of cattle and designed by Christopher the names of all registered Wren, the architech who Hereford animals in the world helped bring London back to are listed there. It is also the life after the Great Fire in the center of the hard cider in- late1600's, dustry, "Woodpecker" brand "This concert was just plain being the best known. fun, a pleasure to sing with North Country Chorus ended new friends who made our the singing part of their tour in stay a very Special one. Harlow, a relatively new town Stockton is proud of the fact northeast of London. that it is the home of the Linnell said: "There were world's first passenger train lots of hugs and kisses when and inventor of the friction we arrived as many of our match," said Linnell. chorus members were From Stockton the local reunited with the Harlow chorus group went to Man- Chorus members they bad chester to sing in their hosted when the Harlow magnificent Town Hall. The Chorus came to America two Rotary Club of Manchester years ago. We joined forces East were their hosts. The with the Harlow Chorus, the chorus had another combined Alberni Symphony Orchestra, concert, this time in the Great the Harlow Boys' Choir, and Hall with the Spurtey Hey three soloists to present the Wind Band, a superb group of very moving and intense high schoolperformers. 'Dream of Gerontius" by "The next morning we left Elgar. It was a thrilling ex- for Wales to sing in the St. perience for all of us, John's Methodist Church in especially for those who had NEW BABY GIRL LYME-- Mr. and Mrs. John Burke of Lyme are the parents of a new baby girl born on July 10 at Gifford Memorial Hospital in Randolph, Vt. BRAND NEW DAUGHTER GROTON-- Mr. and Mrs. David and Juanita Belyea of Groton are the parents of a new baby girl, Sheene, who weighed in at seven pounds on ::: ; : July 7 at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville. NEW BABY GIRl, THETFORD,- Mr. and Mrs. Timothy and Wende Beck of Thetford are the parents of a new baby girl, Anna Cushing, born on June 30 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. NEW BABY GIRL NORWICH-- Mr. and Mrs. Donald and Regina Reece of Norwich are the parents of a new baby girl born on June 30 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. NEW SON ARRIVES N. HAVERHILL-- Mr. and Mrs. John and Shirley Prescott of N. Haverhill are the parents of a new baby boy, Shawn, who weighed in at seven pounds and four and one-half ounces on June 30 at Cottage Hospital in Wood- sville. NEW BABy BOY HAVERHIIJ_,-- Mr. and Mrs. Bill and Cathy Maltais of Haverhill are the parents of a new baby boy, Joseph, weighing seven pounds and two ounces, born on July 4 at Cottage Hospital in Wood- sville. NEW BABY GIRL WENTWORTH-- Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Leah Summer of Wentworth are the parents of a new baby girl, Zarath Morgan, born on July 7 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. BABY BOY ARRIVES S. NEWBURY-- Mr. and Mrs. Preston and Davida Foster of S. Newbury are the parents of a new baby boy, David Jonathan, born weighing eight pounds and eight ounces at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville on July II. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bleich  Laurie Burnham wed to Edward Bleich THETFORD-- Thetford Hill Congregational Church was the setting on Saturday, June 26, for the marriage of Laurie Burnham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Burnham of Thetford, to Edward Bleich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Bleich of Ivyland, Pa. The bride was escorted by her father and wore an eyelet gown with shoulder ruffle and full skirt which extended into a chapel length train• Cynthia Byers was maid of honor and Larry May served as best man. A reception following the ceremony was held on the lawn at the Burnham farm. The bride is a direct descendant of William Bur- nham, one of Thetford's earliest settlers. Her great grandfather, Sherburne W. Burnham was an astronomer and professor at the University of Chicago. The bride graduated with a B.A. in biology from Carleton College and has done graduate study at Cornell University. She is currently pursuing her studies at Harvard University where she is a Research Associate at the Museum of Comparative Zoology. The groom graduated from Cornell University with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and is employed by General Dynamics Corporation in Fort Worth, Texas. The couple plans to make their home in Boston. The bride will retain her maiden name. Sally Rollins wed to Dennis ]'ournier W. NEWBURY-- Sally Spear Rollins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Spear, and Dennis Robert Fournier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fournier, N. Haverhill, N.H. were united in marriage, June 19 at 2:00 p.m. in Wells River Congregational Church. Rev. Arthur Cheney of- ficiated at the double-ring ceremony. Paula Vielleux was matron of honor and Jim Boucher was Best Man. Gidget Rollins, daughter of the bride, was flower girl. Randy Vielleux and Brian Emeon were ushers. The reception immediately following the ceremony was held at the Happy Hour Restaurant with music provided by the "Chrome Forest", the band in which the groom plays rhythm guitar. Guests were from New Hampshire, Vermont, Con- necticut, and Massachusetts. After a brief honeymoon trip, the couple are residing in their home in N. Haverhill. West Fairlee Center Church W. FAIRLEE-- The evening New England of the Orthodox service at West Fairlee Center Presbyterian Church, the ChurCh will be led this Sun- day, July 18, by the Rev. Gordon H. Cook, Jr. of the West Fairlee Congregational Church. Recently ordained to the ministry by a gathering of the Presbytery of New York and NEW SON IS BORN WOODSVILLE-- Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Dorothy Rowe of Woodsville are the parents of a new baby boy, Benjamin Charles, who tipped the scales at nine pounds and COMMUNITY 15 ounces when he was born on tlEALTH SERVICES July 12 at Cottage Hospital in THETFORD-- There will be a Woodsville. Community Health Services, Inc., Town Nurse at the Thetford Hill Church on NEW DAUGHTER Wednesday, July 14 from 2:00 IS BORN to 4:00 p.m. The nurse will he PIERMONT-- Dr. and Mrs. checking for Alexander Melicott III of hypertension, Piermont are the parents of a problems. brand new baby girl, Allethaire Anne, born on July 6 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. NEW DAUGHTER ARRIVES STRAFFORD-- Brenda Saari of Stratford is the mother of a brand new baby girl born on July I0 at Gifford Memorial Hospital in Randolph, Vt. NEW SON ARRIVES GROTON--"Mr. and Mrs. Kevin and Bonnie White of Groton are the parents of a NEW DOCTOR FOR CLINIC-- Dr. Vona Lorenzana is now the Rev. Cook had been serving for nearly a year in an unof- ficial capacity as pastor in West Fairlee. A graduate of the Hartford (Vermont) High School, he later earned degrees from the University of Vermont and Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia before returning to the area. The service with organ music supplied by Alice Adams will begin at 7:30 p.m. Visitors are very welcome. DIAMONDS . WATCHES- We Repair ACCUTRON, TIMEX and A;I Makes glaucoma, ..... and weight _._HASK_ELL JE'LERS L,ltleton, NH 03561 {OQ) 444-3351 KNITS 25% o,, solids & prints LaCOSTE KNITS 25% o,, (we also have knit collars and alligators) STRETCH TERRI 30% o,, 60" wide  many colors CUT 'N SEW Globe Shop. Ctr., Littlet0n, N.H. Men., Tues., Wed. 10-6 p.m. Sat. 10-5:30 p.m. Thurs; & Fri. 10-9 p.m. " Sunday 12:30-5 : .... _ill _ LI ...... _JL'. Summer C00arance i MOST ALL SUMMER OFF OR MORE, AS TAGGED Also---- SIDEWALK SALE Woodsville, N.H.- St. Johnsbury, Vt,. II II II II] ROSS-WOOD POST No. 20 AMERICAN LEGION Woodsvtlle, N.B. 03?85 THIRD ANNUAL LAWN & FOOD SALE Llandudno, Have you ever never before been part of such new baby boy, Erik Robert, resident doctor at the BENEFIT ' Im, been in the midst of 550 a large undertaking." who weighed in at six pounds Mount Mooselaukee ,f )t singing Welshmen? It is a Singing in England was and 15 ounces on July 8 at Health Center. She Is b :}.Firm wonder, especially inchurch, special indeed. It opened Cottage Hospital in Wood-available at the clinic on SPECIAL ULIIYIIIUjfIVIUIPIP¢ 12. Toword, e T The sermon extolled the many doors that might not sville. 4 etolrerus 1%E [ Tuesdays, Thursdays, and o,. 00.os, o, AN RS power of music and it was have otherwise been _ certainly powerful on that available, saidLinnell. "Aside Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to burden Corn meol day. We will never forget this from the cathedrals, castles, 5:00 p.m. On Wednesdays JULY 24TH-- 10:00 AM - ON sheep, walls, pubs, plays, W. TOPSHAM-- Mr. and Mrs. she is there from 5:00 to at the American Legion Home in Woodsville, N.H. ve ill lddition rr00oo. { PAGE J bridges, scenery, and food Mark Sharon Kingsbury of W. 7:00 p.m., on Saturdays " c 12. >emi-preciou. i i2. emiprecious that we encountered, we met Topsham are the parents of a she will be at the clinic having anything that they would like to donate to this cause brand new baby boy, Timothy from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 please call: ;tone and thoroughly enjoyed some Mark, who weighed in at six noon, and on Mondays and Newton Lang -- 747-3694 t3. iphthong of the nicest people in the pounds and ten ounces on July Wednesdays she will be S ;4. "lorshness Soft pads protect Nancy Cowell -- 747-2423 . iT. "lurvested 7. French orticle from pain, while world:" 10 at Cottage Hospital in available from 1:00 to 5:00 Austin Brooks-- 747-2835 ]: tee coke 8. Either medicated disks Woodsville. Vokeomends 9. Except thot work t6 remove p.m. Anyone wishing to donate to the Food Sale, Call: Ruby Gareeau kt DOWN -4. Thot men I0. College corns. Illlllllllllllillllllil Iry |. Fertile loom 5. Finishes officiols QUOTE after S :00 P.M. -- 747-3584 , ,2 ' '" -- CLEANER 16 Bywoyof fl]tl./l,[il "Money is the seed of mVACUUM r "' /V'.usiofl note 19. Slender money, and the first guinea is co.dtes sometimes more difficult to 14 YLMI$ OF [XPIIIIK| We will take furniture, house wares, clothing, books, toys, etc. We 21. Unit of acquire than the second  JOe DePII 1-603-4411-$717 willpick up. meosurement million." 23. Spikenard  25. Meadows Jean Jacques Rousseau 5ALFS g SERVICE BAGS & SUPPttES. 27. Us ADDED ATTRACTION FOR THE CHILDREN: h DAYLIGH 28. Shot size llJl 29. Vornsh I , ' , FIREWORKS DISPLAY IN THE AFTERNOON. ingredient  I IIII 31. Bristles Phone 444-2742 Coil €ollect. I 32. Light knock ALSO A MINI FIREWORKS StlOW AT DUSK, 33. Tent reeker SEARS ROEBUCK, Woodsvle, N.H. 35. Foreign PIKE STOR£, Pke, N.H. 36. Forest 00,LEANER5 c,eo,. / F c. irl,,. vt. May we have your support in helping these handicapped children' 38. Poinful ORR)RDVILLESTOR£, Odordviile, N.H. ' • " BATS VARIETY STORE. h, N.H. Newton J. Lang 39. Entreot CROTON GENERALSTORE, Oroton, Vt. . Depart Your €omplete clothing, ulre center sours evon so. so,.,., v,. Children & Youth Chrm. • WESTERN AUTO STORE, Brodford, VS. • Atop For pick,up and delivery service meelL,: INSURMI OfflO% Lisbon, N,H. 48, By L 49. Itolion river