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Wednesday, July 22 i I[)RD: Zoning Board of Adjnsthlent meets to consider mp application, Bradford Academy auditorium,  RD: Bingo, Legion Hall, 7:30 p.m.  Pd3 HILL: Films on forest management sponsored U Library Federation, Bicentennial Building, 8 /R: Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church of IlmT, serving at noon. Reservations: 757-2206. Thursday, July 23 Story hour for children, ages 3-5. Tenney f. Friday, July 24 Rummage Sale, United Church parish hall, rP.m.; July 25, 9-11 a.m., for benefit of United en. r e ' un heon Oxbow Vocational ,D- Senio citiz ns I c , .'rving at 11:45 a.m. Reservations requested: (.802) L Saturday, July 25 ': Annual Summer Bazaar, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on the i[ L Inside if rain. Benefit of the Community Circle. ![RIVER Ham & Bean Supper, Waits River Hall Settings: 5, 6, 7 p.m. Adults, $3.50, Children [$1.50. Preschoolers free. [LIER: Second annual Central Vermont Volleyball ent, Montpelier Recreation Field, 10 a.m., $12 Fon fee, call (802) 426-3821 or 476-5858. i: |IIILLS: Annual summer fair and auction, i, inal Church, begins 5 p.m. - : Chicken pie supper, Orf0rd Congregational: re :30 p.m. ue ]_ Sunday/July 26 ;e IRD: First Annual Bathtub Race, Main St., prior to .',..P, Sponsored by Jaycees. Entry fee $I0 per five- lym, For information, call Yogi Kinney, 222-5586, or ]In, 222-576, or Eric Knapp, 222-5382. ___.... Tuesday, July 28 . .JlRb- Senior citizens luncheon, Oxbow Vocational rginit" - ----],mg at 11:45 a.m. Reservations requested: (802) _lk [rs. F-: A Community Health Services, Inc. town nurse of FliCking hypertension, weight and glaucoma, Town r c!l, E:A Community Health Services, Inc. town 'linto be Checking hypertension, glaucoma and weight, C/AII 12-4 p.m. . " . ' Wednesday, July 29 L'.*I): Bingo, Legion H!, 7:30 p.m. the IVER: Senior.citizens luncheon, United Church of wallabY, serving at noon. Reservations: 757-2206. t ra nci:: Cracker Barrel Bazaar, on the green. :Scb_ k, N. ) att Korner hool , " from page 8) la[ lcfriends ct'ql.- .=,f.s are among my aatr _ favorites. Even .J[. nd-a -half-year-old t be,boo k around un . lnv( next step is to oper late May, .a sign . s:the lawn of the he t fa , i;T,. mily home in o.m.'Rabbits 4 Sale". ' ][Come omel wth Undera box "n be can be car/'ied about endlessly and nevercratches. If he gets loose, he ops into the house instead o[ away. He is paper trained (sort of). He eats everything from Cheerios to kitty food, even sharing with the dog. He has brought en- dless hours of pleasure to the children. And if I sometimes feel impatient with a bunny in the, bathtub, etc.--I can think of my neighbor who tells me of the goat and goose, who thought they could sleep with her children. "But I don't .). regret it," she says, "and I H. bunny has grey don't have anyone to blame ,, his nose, tail, but myself, I brought them GANG'S ALL HEREAt 1961 class reunion are, from left, Janice (Chase) Chandler, Allen Hood, Hope (Couillard) Ciough, Benson Sargent, Chuck Brooks, Ralph Emerson, Neal Pillsbury, Brenda (Erskine) Pillsbury, Kathy (Humphrey) Thlbault, Sharon (Griggs) Slack, Melvin Slack, Anita (Martin) Bean, Joyce (Sweet)Mace, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cafferty, Jr. PHOTO BY DEXTER M. PiER July 22, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 latCh.--and has made. home." Helen Bonneau, w#tY'pleasant pet. He ta Bracl.ford, weds Nelson to preach at ' BRAD FORD--I:I el en-Anne Center Church Bonneau, daughter of Mr. and [rs. tEThe fourth While acting as Assistant Bradford, was married July ll ',1 summer season Director of the College Center in Norwood, Mass., to Edward H. Cafferty, Jr., son of Mr. ,v,l 1P.   Center Church, at Wellesley College, he ,.ll{"Y Rev. Stephen J. earned an additional degree, and Mrs. Edward Cafferty, De,l Lebanon July 26 Master of Divinity, at Sr., of Boston. d#'lso n Andover-Newton Theological Father Ronald Bonneau, , served most Seminary. Since then he has brother of the bride, per- ts:gether with his served as Director of the formed the double-ring d t, as interim Collis Center at Dartmouth ceremony at the Our Lady of ,s  Thetford Hill and College, meanwhile supplying Perpetual Help Church.  for hine months area churches as needed. He Sister Clair Bonneau, sister of the bride, was organist. , was ordainedlastApril. The bride wore an A-line baby's breath. Maid of honor was Mary Bonneau of San Francisco, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Martha Robie of Milton and Jeanne Kennedy of S. Burlington, sisters of the bride. Lee Sandwen of Boston was best man. Ushers were Charles Snyder of Boston and John Holiman of Swanton. A reception was yeld at Lake Morey Inn in Fairlee. The couple left on a wedding trip of an extended tour of the United States. ' The bride is a 1977 graduate of the University of Vermont. The groom graduated from the University of Massachusetts and received a Master's Degree from Nor- theastern University. .s.st year. ,,__ .ginally from ,, 'area, Mr. Nelson gown of off-white chiffonette lt. . ttysburg College with high neckline, long ania before going NEW ARRIVAL scalloped sleeves, scalloped _rd Seminary in Mr. :and Mrs. George M. hem and cathedral train. A tOearnhisMaster Braley of Post Mills are the crown of seed pearls held her ligious Studies. parents of a baby boy, born floor-length mantilla of silk YJ''TBhe worked and July 14 t Gifford Memorial illusion edged with lace ap- i Boston Area plaques Shecarriedacotonial Hospital. bouquet of white roses and Winston Burgess, Linda (Kidder) Minnlkello, Linda (Bagley) Wilson, Elaine (Totas) Starr, Demi (Moore) Black, Earl Olsen, Gall Smith, Rebecca (Brick) King, Linda (Roux) Amirauit, Edward Garone, Gary Hayward. Writer to at Bradford UCC BRADFORD--Mrs. Margaret Schiffert of Nutley, N.J. will speak at the 10 a.m. union service in the Bradford United Church of Christ July 26. Mrs. Schiffert, sister of Mrs. Jean Knight, is a freedance writer and photographer who was engaged by the United Methodist Church and the United Church of Christ to visit many congregations in Scandinavia Eastern Europe and Raly. She will be repor- ting in denominational magazines about life in these congregations today. Her written accounts are fascinating. She says about her experience, "It has t Fielding-Hampton wedding announced SOUTHBURY, CT.--Mr. and B.A. in government and Mrs. Robert R. Hampton, of economics from St. Lawrence Southbury have announced University and a J.D. from the the engagement of their University of Connecticut daughter, Barbara Jeanne, to School of Law. She is an at- Howard W. Fielding of torney with offices in the Hanover. Southbury-Woodbury area. Miss Hampton received a Fielding is the son of Mrs. " Virginia Fielding, of Wayne, N.J., and Alfred W. Fielding of Allendale, N.J. He received a NEW ARRIVAL B.A. in English from Dart- Mr. and Mrs. Mark mouth College. He is a jour- DeNegre of Wentworth are the nalist and free-lance writer, parents of a baby boy, born and former managing editor July 2 at Cottage Hospital and of the Journal Opinion. weighing 7 pounds, 2% ounces. The couple will be married BITS OF INFORMATION The signal SOS does not stand for "Save Our Ship" or "Stop Other Signals." It is merely the most easily un- dersteod and the most easily transmittable signal--only coincidentally translatable as SOS. on May 1, 1981. Following the wedding, they will reside in the Southbury-Woodbury area. DIAMONOS . WATCHES We Repair ACCUTRON, TIMEX. and A;I Makes, HASKELL JEWELERS LKtloton, NH 03561 [O03 44-33.51 . ..... i i ii ii iiii I fferNllV#r I I ':z2:';,'-"''  ..'L%, t i ][ . ,:o :/,,.:. i:-;-k,) i I(3///L:,,,**,, French ..[,% I I %.  w I. ,.. ^,o^ ,o^ . I changed my whole outlook on life." TO WED--Carol Mary Ba gley and David Colby will In her report to the union wed in Fairlee Oct. 17. service, she will share her impressions of life in the i., .... ., I lcl[ll A,=m6a --m.. "" "'--i t Chu c .... East UouDle * .... . .- ,-..-;.  lllllll B'UI, )l=) emoa s r nes m ,I  )VU all a" al:l:; l __ _ and West Germany, Poland, l Route 120 Lebanon, N.H. Austria and Italy. She will also FAIRLEE--At a dinner party VTC, Randolph with an | . . . give her impressions of the at their home, Mr. and Mrs. Applied Associate degree in |' ("Ti' Bmck/OIds "7.-.- Evangelical Church of Union James Bagley, Jr., of Fairlee, architecture. He is employed | - ,., +. etsaao /ttt ,- --". L of East and,iW.est Germany,, announced the, engagement of by B]ndip,Contracting. .,.,-, A,,' .'l_l'[(..; OtO"qO"W, establishing full communion y, m .... , .... of Valida Colby and the late Church, with Rev. Arthur| J0 e Loschiavo 'Bradford, t. 802-439-5466 with the United Church Christ. Clifton Colby. Bagleyofficiating. l _ .......... __ , Ms. Bagley, a veteran of the U.S. Army who was stationed in Hanau, Germany, is now 14 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Cell Joe DePalo 1.603.4411.31117 .. SALfS & SERVICE BAGS & SUPPt IES. NAME ADDRESS q TOWN STATE TEL. P. 0. BOX 378 BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 Journal M Opinion You can't beat our Journal Opinion and Second Opinion. People like different things and we offer something for everyone in the family.., for the housewife to start her day off right, for the working man to relax with after a hectic day at the office. For the convenience of home delivery subscribe to the Journal Opinion and get the Second Opinion as a bonus. J.00 in Vermont and New Hampshire s11.00 Out of State ff.O0 Senior Citizen rates '"t; , Did you buy your dog Wbury Bertha Carlton Mrs. Clinton Sawyer license? Remember there's a ..... . "" ' ', '"' 4- Waits River ,,, 439-5445 $1. penalty for every month Corinth /d PUtnam was at Mrs, Edith Cols?n and Mrs. Riverside Grange No. 455 presented a Community after June l. leanorBurroughs P,7: on Tuesday to Dorothy Aeschliman were in met Wednesday evening July Service Certificate and a Florence Ramsdell spent 435547 :['te Post Masters E. Craftsbury last Sunday to 16 for their annual Booster paper weight for which he Wednesday with her son in The "goingson' hereinthe attend a celebration at the Night and Open Meeting. The graciously responded. The Groveton. Putnam and a church. Mrs. Aeschliman was flag was presented to the program included music, Virginia Gore and Francis "Back of Beyond" have been spent so happy to meet so many of Master's station. Guests and poems, two original and one Muzzy attended a Gore family very quiet this past week. Donald her old friends, members were welcomed by by his daughter. An exchange reunion at Wellington Beach Everything has settled back Little Eilsabeth Fahini has the Master Gloria Miller. The march to get acquainted as Saturday. Some 50 deseen- onto its normal course. Pierce from arrived from Switzerland for a literary program was referred well as funny jokes. The dants of John Gore who came Books or flowers are the the Rufus visit with her grandparents to the Lecturer Irene Salomaa meeting closed with a poem, from England gathered from usual gifts for the Fourth Dr. andMrs. PaulS.Minear. who introduced the slate of Happiness by the Chaplain all over even as far as Wedding Anniversary. Very good at- The Russell Havillands have officers, each responded by and song Parting Hymns. Wisconsin, Virginia and Therefore, on the fourth the church another daughter, Brenda announcing their duties as an Refreshments and a social Francis andaDorchesterman wedding anniversary of were the only local attendants. George and Ruth Elie they ,. Lynn, born July 14. officer. Margaret Richardson hour followed. Mr. and Mrs. Henry George toured the Upper Connecticut the Anna Brock has been with spoke on the grange programs have purchased the former Area looking for books to add Were at the Beth Drugash on a trip to New -- its community work and NEW ARRIVAL Keyworth home on Route 25. to her vast collection of books. home Jersey to visit friends. Troy community program. Guy Mr. and Mrs. Kent Morton They came from the Mrs. Belle Slack of S. to call on Brock has been visiting Miller, a 7th degree member, of Thetford Center are the Claremontarea. Portland, Maine, spent a few frieadsinLyndonville, spoke about the different parents of a baby daughter, There's bingo every Monday days last week with Mr. and Miss Ruby Jo Rutherford homes the grange has had, the Bethany Grace, born July 9 at night in Warren for the benefit Mrs. Alden Slack in S. Corinth. who has been in poor health offices he had filled and good Mary Hitcheock Memorial of the FAST Squad. Mr. and Mrs. Salvador for-sometime has been taken times during his 40 years of Hospital. Little Seylinda Puffer, who Pacillio of Jackson Heights, to Pine Knoll Nursing Home in membership. Once a boat trip  narrowly escaped drowning, N.Y., are spending some time and Lyndonville for care. on the Mt. Washington. Mrs. Kay Hemmings The Community Citizenship SON ARRIVES was transferred Monday from at their trailer in S. Corinth recently celebrated her bir- Award was presented to Gery Mr. and Mrs. ThomasVasil Mass. General Hospital to and visiting their son and wife, another thday when a number of her Brooks of Newbury as an of Orford are the parents of a Mary Hitchcock. She is said to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Pacillio, '7 at Alice friends accompanied her to outstanding citizen of the baby son, Thomas Michael, be in a "semi-coma". A fund in Vershire. Hanover to celebrate the year, he is a member of the born July S at Mary Hitchcck has been set up at the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Turner of ounces, event. Newbury School Board, a Memorial Hespital. Pemigewasset Bank to help Bolton, Mass., spent part of wfth her hospital expenses, last week at their place here Donald Mr. and Mrs. Einard former teacher and principal People wishing to contrilte and attended the flea markets for Swenson accompanied Mr. and a radio announcer on the BITS OF INFORMATION should contact Milton Pet- in both East Corinth and and help ' and Mrs. Richard Swenson to W.W. Station. Mr. Brooks was Most married men and tengill who is administering Chelsea. Clarleton Northboro, Mass., on Sunday Jon Sheehan of Enston, - women have been married the fund. Plans are being long. to attend the birthday party kind for Miss Corey, who was 100 day when he was in the second only once--85 percent of men made in town to have a dance Conn., also Tom and Jackie years old and Richard's birth- grade, and 88 percent of women, to help raise funds. (please turn to page, 9) of Wilton, Conn., celebrated Rain datewillheAug.8. There their first wedding an- will be a picnic, games and niversary as guests of Renee's swimming. It will be held at mother, Diane Hudson. the Union Village Dam picnic Don't forget Market Day! area and will start at 10 a.m. Saturday, August 1, on the The committee in charge is common. Come to buy or sell. June Stowe'll, Lillian Thurston Wayne, Margaret and and Dorothy Jamieson. They Andrea DeCotis are at home will be meeting soon to make after a vacation trip. the necessary arrangements. 00OWN NE' Joyce Hudson is working in At the next meeting there !i ' Wilton, Conn. Her brother, will be the Art and Photo Dennis, and sister, Marjorie, contest judging. Also the 1st are spending the summer here and 2rid degrees will be in town with their mother, conferred on two candidates. employed by Howard Johnson Wentworth restaurant in White River Jct. Mr. Colby graduated from Mareella Hoffman 764-5795 Josephine Timms is a Ec//pse News patient at Mary Hitchcock Memorial. Her niece, Mary by JUNE M. STOWELL Hart, and friend, Rose THETFORD--The regular D'Agestino, of Marlboro, meeting of Eclipse Grange N.Y., are staying at her home. was held July 14 with W.M. Phyllis and John Hamilton Jane Stowell presiding. There were visitors in town over the were several officers absent. weekend. A membership application Mrs. David Breck spent the was read and given to an in- week with her mother, Mrs. vestigating committee. A Kenneth Bates.Shewasjoined donation was made to the on Friday by her husband and State Grange Goodwill Fund. son. It was decided  to have a Renee and Brian Gardiner Grange family day Aug. 1. You'll be in great shape with the weekly pair! Wednesday, July 22 i I[)RD: Zoning Board of Adjnsthlent meets to consider mp application, Bradford Academy auditorium,  RD: Bingo, Legion Hall, 7:30 p.m.  Pd3 HILL: Films on forest management sponsored U Library Federation, Bicentennial Building, 8 /R: Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church of IlmT, serving at noon. Reservations: 757-2206. Thursday, July 23 Story hour for children, ages 3-5. Tenney f. Friday, July 24 Rummage Sale, United Church parish hall, rP.m.; July 25, 9-11 a.m., for benefit of United en. r e ' un heon Oxbow Vocational ,D- Senio citiz ns I c , .'rving at 11:45 a.m. Reservations requested: (.802) L Saturday, July 25 ': Annual Summer Bazaar, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on the i[ L Inside if rain. Benefit of the Community Circle. ![RIVER Ham & Bean Supper, Waits River Hall Settings: 5, 6, 7 p.m. Adults, $3.50, Children [$1.50. Preschoolers free. [LIER: Second annual Central Vermont Volleyball ent, Montpelier Recreation Field, 10 a.m., $12 Fon fee, call (802) 426-3821 or 476-5858. i: |IIILLS: Annual summer fair and auction, i, inal Church, begins 5 p.m. - : Chicken pie supper, Orf0rd Congregational: re :30 p.m. ue ]_ Sunday/July 26 ;e IRD: First Annual Bathtub Race, Main St., prior to .',..P, Sponsored by Jaycees. Entry fee $I0 per five- lym, For information, call Yogi Kinney, 222-5586, or ]In, 222-576, or Eric Knapp, 222-5382. ___.... Tuesday, July 28 . .JlRb- Senior citizens luncheon, Oxbow Vocational rginit" - ----],mg at 11:45 a.m. Reservations requested: (802) _lk [rs. F-: A Community Health Services, Inc. town nurse of FliCking hypertension, weight and glaucoma, Town r c!l, E:A Community Health Services, Inc. town 'linto be Checking hypertension, glaucoma and weight, C/AII 12-4 p.m. . " . ' Wednesday, July 29 L'.*I): Bingo, Legion H!, 7:30 p.m. the IVER: Senior.citizens luncheon, United Church of wallabY, serving at noon. Reservations: 757-2206. t ra nci:: Cracker Barrel Bazaar, on the green. :Scb_ k, N. ) att Korner hool , " from page 8) la[ lcfriends ct'ql.- .=,f.s are among my aatr _ favorites. Even .J[. nd-a -half-year-old t be,boo k around un . lnv( next step is to oper late May, .a sign . s:the lawn of the he t fa , i;T,. mily home in o.m.'Rabbits 4 Sale". ' ][Come omel wth Undera box "n be can be car/'ied about endlessly and nevercratches. If he gets loose, he ops into the house instead o[ away. He is paper trained (sort of). He eats everything from Cheerios to kitty food, even sharing with the dog. He has brought en- dless hours of pleasure to the children. And if I sometimes feel impatient with a bunny in the, bathtub, etc.--I can think of my neighbor who tells me of the goat and goose, who thought they could sleep with her children. "But I don't .). regret it," she says, "and I H. bunny has grey don't have anyone to blame ,, his nose, tail, but myself, I brought them GANG'S ALL HEREAt 1961 class reunion are, from left, Janice (Chase) Chandler, Allen Hood, Hope (Couillard) Ciough, Benson Sargent, Chuck Brooks, Ralph Emerson, Neal Pillsbury, Brenda (Erskine) Pillsbury, Kathy (Humphrey) Thlbault, Sharon (Griggs) Slack, Melvin Slack, Anita (Martin) Bean, Joyce (Sweet)Mace, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cafferty, Jr. PHOTO BY DEXTER M. PiER July 22, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 latCh.--and has made. home." Helen Bonneau, w#tY'pleasant pet. He ta Bracl.ford, weds Nelson to preach at ' BRAD FORD--I:I el en-Anne Center Church Bonneau, daughter of Mr. and [rs. tEThe fourth While acting as Assistant Bradford, was married July ll ',1 summer season Director of the College Center in Norwood, Mass., to Edward H. Cafferty, Jr., son of Mr. ,v,l 1P.   Center Church, at Wellesley College, he ,.ll{"Y Rev. Stephen J. earned an additional degree, and Mrs. Edward Cafferty, De,l Lebanon July 26 Master of Divinity, at Sr., of Boston. d#'lso n Andover-Newton Theological Father Ronald Bonneau, , served most Seminary. Since then he has brother of the bride, per- ts:gether with his served as Director of the formed the double-ring d t, as interim Collis Center at Dartmouth ceremony at the Our Lady of ,s  Thetford Hill and College, meanwhile supplying Perpetual Help Church.  for hine months area churches as needed. He Sister Clair Bonneau, sister of the bride, was organist. , was ordainedlastApril. The bride wore an A-line baby's breath. Maid of honor was Mary Bonneau of San Francisco, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Martha Robie of Milton and Jeanne Kennedy of S. Burlington, sisters of the bride. Lee Sandwen of Boston was best man. Ushers were Charles Snyder of Boston and John Holiman of Swanton. A reception was yeld at Lake Morey Inn in Fairlee. The couple left on a wedding trip of an extended tour of the United States. ' The bride is a 1977 graduate of the University of Vermont. The groom graduated from the University of Massachusetts and received a Master's Degree from Nor- theastern University. .s.st year. ,,__ .ginally from ,, 'area, Mr. Nelson gown of off-white chiffonette lt. . ttysburg College with high neckline, long ania before going NEW ARRIVAL scalloped sleeves, scalloped _rd Seminary in Mr. :and Mrs. George M. hem and cathedral train. A tOearnhisMaster Braley of Post Mills are the crown of seed pearls held her ligious Studies. parents of a baby boy, born floor-length mantilla of silk YJ''TBhe worked and July 14 t Gifford Memorial illusion edged with lace ap- i Boston Area plaques Shecarriedacotonial Hospital. bouquet of white roses and Winston Burgess, Linda (Kidder) Minnlkello, Linda (Bagley) Wilson, Elaine (Totas) Starr, Demi (Moore) Black, Earl Olsen, Gall Smith, Rebecca (Brick) King, Linda (Roux) Amirauit, Edward Garone, Gary Hayward. Writer to at Bradford UCC BRADFORD--Mrs. Margaret Schiffert of Nutley, N.J. will speak at the 10 a.m. union service in the Bradford United Church of Christ July 26. Mrs. Schiffert, sister of Mrs. Jean Knight, is a freedance writer and photographer who was engaged by the United Methodist Church and the United Church of Christ to visit many congregations in Scandinavia Eastern Europe and Raly. She will be repor- ting in denominational magazines about life in these congregations today. Her written accounts are fascinating. She says about her experience, "It has t Fielding-Hampton wedding announced SOUTHBURY, CT.--Mr. and B.A. in government and Mrs. Robert R. Hampton, of economics from St. Lawrence Southbury have announced University and a J.D. from the the engagement of their University of Connecticut daughter, Barbara Jeanne, to School of Law. She is an at- Howard W. Fielding of torney with offices in the Hanover. Southbury-Woodbury area. Miss Hampton received a Fielding is the son of Mrs. " Virginia Fielding, of Wayne, N.J., and Alfred W. Fielding of Allendale, N.J. He received a NEW ARRIVAL B.A. in English from Dart- Mr. and Mrs. Mark mouth College. He is a jour- DeNegre of Wentworth are the nalist and free-lance writer, parents of a baby boy, born and former managing editor July 2 at Cottage Hospital and of the Journal Opinion. weighing 7 pounds, 2% ounces. The couple will be married BITS OF INFORMATION The signal SOS does not stand for "Save Our Ship" or "Stop Other Signals." It is merely the most easily un- dersteod and the most easily transmittable signal--only coincidentally translatable as SOS. on May 1, 1981. Following the wedding, they will reside in the Southbury-Woodbury area. DIAMONOS . WATCHES We Repair ACCUTRON, TIMEX. and A;I Makes, HASKELL JEWELERS LKtloton, NH 03561 [O03 44-33.51 . ..... i i ii ii iiii I fferNllV#r I I ':z2:';,'-"''  ..'L%, t i ][ . ,:o :/,,.:. i:-;-k,) i I(3///L:,,,**,, French ..[,% I I %.  w I. ,.. ^,o^ ,o^ . I changed my whole outlook on life." TO WED--Carol Mary Ba gley and David Colby will In her report to the union wed in Fairlee Oct. 17. service, she will share her impressions of life in the i., .... ., I lcl[ll A,=m6a --m.. "" "'--i t Chu c .... East UouDle * .... . .- ,-..-;.  lllllll B'UI, )l=) emoa s r nes m ,I  )VU all a" al:l:; l __ _ and West Germany, Poland, l Route 120 Lebanon, N.H. Austria and Italy. She will also FAIRLEE--At a dinner party VTC, Randolph with an | . . . give her impressions of the at their home, Mr. and Mrs. Applied Associate degree in |' ("Ti' Bmck/OIds "7.-.- Evangelical Church of Union James Bagley, Jr., of Fairlee, architecture. He is employed | - ,., +. etsaao /ttt ,- --". L of East and,iW.est Germany,, announced the, engagement of by B]ndip,Contracting. .,.,-, A,,' .'l_l'[(..; OtO"qO"W, establishing full communion y, m .... , .... of Valida Colby and the late Church, with Rev. Arthur| J0 e Loschiavo 'Bradford, t. 802-439-5466 with the United Church Christ. Clifton Colby. Bagleyofficiating. l _ .......... __ , Ms. Bagley, a veteran of the U.S. Army who was stationed in Hanau, Germany, is now 14 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Cell Joe DePalo 1.603.4411.31117 .. SALfS & SERVICE BAGS & SUPPt IES. NAME ADDRESS q TOWN STATE TEL. P. 0. BOX 378 BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 Journal M Opinion You can't beat our Journal Opinion and Second Opinion. People like different things and we offer something for everyone in the family.., for the housewife to start her day off right, for the working man to relax with after a hectic day at the office. For the convenience of home delivery subscribe to the Journal Opinion and get the Second Opinion as a bonus. J.00 in Vermont and New Hampshire s11.00 Out of State ff.O0 Senior Citizen rates '"t; , Did you buy your dog Wbury Bertha Carlton Mrs. Clinton Sawyer license? Remember there's a ..... . "" ' ', '"' 4- Waits River ,,, 439-5445 $1. penalty for every month Corinth /d PUtnam was at Mrs, Edith Cols?n and Mrs. Riverside Grange No. 455 presented a Community after June l. leanorBurroughs P,7: on Tuesday to Dorothy Aeschliman were in met Wednesday evening July Service Certificate and a Florence Ramsdell spent 435547 :['te Post Masters E. Craftsbury last Sunday to 16 for their annual Booster paper weight for which he Wednesday with her son in The "goingson' hereinthe attend a celebration at the Night and Open Meeting. The graciously responded. The Groveton. Putnam and a church. Mrs. Aeschliman was flag was presented to the program included music, Virginia Gore and Francis "Back of Beyond" have been spent so happy to meet so many of Master's station. Guests and poems, two original and one Muzzy attended a Gore family very quiet this past week. Donald her old friends, members were welcomed by by his daughter. An exchange reunion at Wellington Beach Everything has settled back Little Eilsabeth Fahini has the Master Gloria Miller. The march to get acquainted as Saturday. Some 50 deseen- onto its normal course. Pierce from arrived from Switzerland for a literary program was referred well as funny jokes. The dants of John Gore who came Books or flowers are the the Rufus visit with her grandparents to the Lecturer Irene Salomaa meeting closed with a poem, from England gathered from usual gifts for the Fourth Dr. andMrs. PaulS.Minear. who introduced the slate of Happiness by the Chaplain all over even as far as Wedding Anniversary. Very good at- The Russell Havillands have officers, each responded by and song Parting Hymns. Wisconsin, Virginia and Therefore, on the fourth the church another daughter, Brenda announcing their duties as an Refreshments and a social Francis andaDorchesterman wedding anniversary of were the only local attendants. George and Ruth Elie they ,. Lynn, born July 14. officer. Margaret Richardson hour followed. Mr. and Mrs. Henry George toured the Upper Connecticut the Anna Brock has been with spoke on the grange programs have purchased the former Area looking for books to add Were at the Beth Drugash on a trip to New -- its community work and NEW ARRIVAL Keyworth home on Route 25. to her vast collection of books. home Jersey to visit friends. Troy community program. Guy Mr. and Mrs. Kent Morton They came from the Mrs. Belle Slack of S. to call on Brock has been visiting Miller, a 7th degree member, of Thetford Center are the Claremontarea. Portland, Maine, spent a few frieadsinLyndonville, spoke about the different parents of a baby daughter, There's bingo every Monday days last week with Mr. and Miss Ruby Jo Rutherford homes the grange has had, the Bethany Grace, born July 9 at night in Warren for the benefit Mrs. Alden Slack in S. Corinth. who has been in poor health offices he had filled and good Mary Hitcheock Memorial of the FAST Squad. Mr. and Mrs. Salvador for-sometime has been taken times during his 40 years of Hospital. Little Seylinda Puffer, who Pacillio of Jackson Heights, to Pine Knoll Nursing Home in membership. Once a boat trip  narrowly escaped drowning, N.Y., are spending some time and Lyndonville for care. on the Mt. Washington. Mrs. Kay Hemmings The Community Citizenship SON ARRIVES was transferred Monday from at their trailer in S. Corinth recently celebrated her bir- Award was presented to Gery Mr. and Mrs. ThomasVasil Mass. General Hospital to and visiting their son and wife, another thday when a number of her Brooks of Newbury as an of Orford are the parents of a Mary Hitchcock. She is said to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Pacillio, '7 at Alice friends accompanied her to outstanding citizen of the baby son, Thomas Michael, be in a "semi-coma". A fund in Vershire. Hanover to celebrate the year, he is a member of the born July S at Mary Hitchcck has been set up at the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Turner of ounces, event. Newbury School Board, a Memorial Hespital. Pemigewasset Bank to help Bolton, Mass., spent part of wfth her hospital expenses, last week at their place here Donald Mr. and Mrs. Einard former teacher and principal People wishing to contrilte and attended the flea markets for Swenson accompanied Mr. and a radio announcer on the BITS OF INFORMATION should contact Milton Pet- in both East Corinth and and help ' and Mrs. Richard Swenson to W.W. Station. Mr. Brooks was Most married men and tengill who is administering Chelsea. Clarleton Northboro, Mass., on Sunday Jon Sheehan of Enston, - women have been married the fund. Plans are being long. to attend the birthday party kind for Miss Corey, who was 100 day when he was in the second only once--85 percent of men made in town to have a dance Conn., also Tom and Jackie years old and Richard's birth- grade, and 88 percent of women, to help raise funds. (please turn to page, 9) of Wilton, Conn., celebrated Rain datewillheAug.8. There their first wedding an- will be a picnic, games and niversary as guests of Renee's swimming. It will be held at mother, Diane Hudson. the Union Village Dam picnic Don't forget Market Day! area and will start at 10 a.m. Saturday, August 1, on the The committee in charge is common. Come to buy or sell. June Stowe'll, Lillian Thurston Wayne, Margaret and and Dorothy Jamieson. They Andrea DeCotis are at home will be meeting soon to make after a vacation trip. the necessary arrangements. 00OWN NE' Joyce Hudson is working in At the next meeting there !i ' Wilton, Conn. Her brother, will be the Art and Photo Dennis, and sister, Marjorie, contest judging. Also the 1st are spending the summer here and 2rid degrees will be in town with their mother, conferred on two candidates. employed by Howard Johnson Wentworth restaurant in White River Jct. Mr. Colby graduated from Mareella Hoffman 764-5795 Josephine Timms is a Ec//pse News patient at Mary Hitchcock Memorial. Her niece, Mary by JUNE M. STOWELL Hart, and friend, Rose THETFORD--The regular D'Agestino, of Marlboro, meeting of Eclipse Grange N.Y., are staying at her home. was held July 14 with W.M. Phyllis and John Hamilton Jane Stowell presiding. There were visitors in town over the were several officers absent. weekend. A membership application Mrs. David Breck spent the was read and given to an in- week with her mother, Mrs. vestigating committee. A Kenneth Bates.Shewasjoined donation was made to the on Friday by her husband and State Grange Goodwill Fund. son. It was decided  to have a Renee and Brian Gardiner Grange family day Aug. 1. You'll be in great shape with the weekly pair!