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July 28, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 th a West Fairlee Center f Monroe, Fa er of Bluegrass music, eh,00 00dal W. FAIRLEE-- The fourth appear in rare Vermont concert , west Fairlee Center ......... summer evening service at Bill Monroe, the luegrass Music" ding his only apPearance of the 2:00 p.m. Saturday, at Burke Mountain, E. Burke, Vt. off tdc lvi le exit). with Monroe will Bluegrass Boys"-- traveling band with, which Years has included as Lester Flatt, and fiddler m, To-authored fiddle classic Blossom ,pecial." music during as mandolin and He has the Nashville Opry" since 1939 voted to the "Country Music ........ "'in 1970. has been ........ the range of music. The Pre: fie:, hit, "Blue was a Nearly every whether or jazz, has y fis tyle. Bill Monroe continue as they always Monroe's band "expresses a have-- Monroe's mandolin, range of emotion and sound along with fiddle, banjo, unequaled by any performer guitar, and acoustic bass. in his field.., beautifully and According to the national elegantly stated as never music magazine Frets, before." Bill Monroe began Hospice sponsors benefit the term was established" art an ti A t8 aus,, of the style C on ugus omlcositio that STOWE-- The Hospice Auction of the Works of oneered. The Council of Vermont is spun-Vermont Artists to benefit Ii of today soring an Exhibition and their educational fund. This event will be held on Sunday, August 8 at the Notch Fine 4 b. __ Arts Cooperative in Stowe t SCOP E beginning at 12 noon. Hospice in Vermont is a by Clare Annswell m increase but are offset by unexpected earnings. rtel t brings prestige. Planning social events becomes n  Ittcipated. [" February 20-March 20 financial and career success is high. but tackling too have negative effects. New relationships, highlighted n, I, appeal to your serious side. ' March 21-April 20 i on financial dealings. Making useful contacts is accented, hard to please, and don't change Four views without '" April 21-May 22 ' new Ideas and getting in touch with long-distance friends week. Disturbing news should be verified before conclusions whatsoever. " May 23-June 21 ou w tin , so don't make back-to-hack appointments. backfire. Less-than-realistic financial scheme will n refinement. "" June 22-July 22 out on a pet cause and act more assertively are the . Family plans may be cancelled unexpectedly. tim sa zspeople right now. 23-August 22 s F Igh, especially for exploring moneymaking oppor- =ring to changes is more enjoyable than thought, there are some bright new faces on the scene. &ugust 23-September 22 prestige than you realize; be cautious Shared expenses can lead to embarrass- establish ground rules in advance. growing and creative grassroots movement seeking to provide persons facing life threatening illness and their families with physical, emotional and spiritual support. Home Care services are emphasized and specially trained volunteers are in- tegrated with professional health providers for sup- portive assistance, said a group spokesman. Artists currently working in their fields are asked to support Hospice by con- tributing a piece of artwork to The Exhibition and Auction. Especially requested are paintings, watercolors, original prints and sculptures. Paintings should be framed and sculptures mounted. Donors have the option of i'eceiving 25 percent of the sale of the piece or con- tributing the entire value. The Bill Monroe concert will be opened by two Vermont country bands, "Bluebird" featuring Coco Kallis. and Licks and Notions. a bluegrass group. In case of rain, the concert will be held at the Fenton Chester Arena in Lyndonville. Reserved chairs and lawn seating is available the day of the event at Burke Mountain. or by calling (802) 633-2603. Discounts are offered for people under 18 and over 60. Sponsored by Catamount Arts. Refreshments available. Dartmouth art show to benefit Hopkins Center HANOVER-- A major antique show, featuring 36 of the finest dealers from Maine to Georgia, is coming to Dart- mouth's Thompson Arena as a benefit for the Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Donald and Darcy Keysor Hopkins Center and "00Darcy Sanborn ! Museum of Art July 29, 30, and 31 we{: Managed by John Fifield of Lottsburg, Va., one of the to Donald Keysor foremost antique show professionals in the nation who organizes the annual Ellis Memorial Show in Boston, the Friends' Summer Antiques Show will be the only show of its size and stature in Nor- thern New England this summer. Mrs. Brigitte Stanfill, wife of the Director of the Hopkins Center, and Mrs. Elaine Teitz, wife of the Director of the Hood Museum of Art, will be honorary co- chairmen of the event. Co-sponsored by the Hopkins Center and the Hood Museum of Art, the show will open with a benefit preview party on Wednesday, July 29 from 5 to 8:30 p.m. A ticket to this party, featuring hers d'oeuvres affd'a cash bar, will entitle the ticketholder to an early look at the items for sale, a tax deduction, and free admission to the show on July 30 and 31. Show hours on those two days will be 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday, July 30 and l0 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, July 31. Regular admission is $3. Coffee and bar beverages and an elegant array of gourmet foods, including summer soups and salads and desserts, will be on sale in the Gazebo Cafe at the show. For further information and reservations for the July 29 preview party, call the Friends Office, (603) 646-2006, mornings. BRADFORD-- Darcy Belinda rose. The" other attendants Sanborn, daughter of Mrs. were: Barbara Hitchcock, in R.H. Sanborn and the late pink; Connie Hepburn, in Richard Sanborn of Bradford blue; Mary Ellen Horton, in and Donald Eugene Keysor, pink; and Marcie Harrison in son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle blue. They all cax'riedasingle Keysor, Sidney, Montana pink rose. were united in marriage June Best man was Corporal 27, at the Seven Day Adventist Mitchel Asbeck of Sidney and Church in Missoula, Mt. Camp Lejeune, in dress blues. The single ring ceremony The others were Bill Lungren, was performed by ReD. Jay Smith, Ken Keyson, and Roland Shorter. The bride was Shawn Harrison. The men escorted down the aisle by Jim wore shades of blue and had Reynolds. blue carnation boutonniers. She wore a traditional gown Ushers were Curtis Horton of white slipper satin with a and Ken McArthur. Run Queen Anne neckline, empire Keysor, brother of the groom waist, bishop sleeves or played the guitar and sang the rosepoint lace. The gown was three ballads, including embellished with much lace, "Endless Love" and "Follow chifili embroidery and over Me." 600 seed pearls, made by her A reception was held at their mother. The long train was home. The beautiful three carried byStephanieHarrison tiered cake was made by and Lisa Clark. She carried a Mary Ellen Horton. Church will be led by the Reverend Robert Robb of Piermont, on August 1 at 7:30 p.m. Mr. Robb is a native of Detroit and received his theological training at Crozier Seminary in Pennsylvania. He served as pastor of the Congregational Church in Orford and Lyme Center from 1957 to 1959. Following this he was minister of churches in Pelham and Kingston, N.H., and later was active in the YMCA in New York State. In 1975 he was called to the Piermont Congregational Church, where he is still serving as pastor. Organ music for the service will be supplied by Henry Graves of Bradford and West Fairlee Center. The service is open to all. ! .f ./ COn =es less touchy thanks to suggelons of a young loved one are on identical wavelengths. Difficult, be effectively handled. "" Octobm' 23-Nowmbar 21 - are strong, especially as they mlete to .am c- Lo0ed ones can be inconsistent and gmum and honors accented on weekend. IUS _ Nmamb 22.Decmnbex e a little cynical or a little aloof -- perhape It's a way of :tUo , Modest financial gains offset recent abeck. the edge at work. -- December 23-Janualry 20 dwelling on ancient history and focus on the present Allow new team members to build notions. THIS WEEK dramatization are Four trademarks. Rellnquling may be your greatest chore over the next month price to pay for the kind of friendship that will be r William Powell; 30th, singer Paul Anka; 31st, actor lust ist, actor Geoffrey Holder; 2nd, actress Myrna [art  Sheen; 4th, pianist Henry Anthony. 35. Region 37. Prejudice 39. Gypsy 41, Companions 43. Consumed 44. Arrow poison Allows 48. Pronoun 49. Bricklayer Si. Universe $3. Norrow rood 54, Hammer heod part DOWN t I. Relative 'e 2. Either ; 3. Small barrel 4. Slave , 5. Musical note 6. Arab garment .o 7. Underground animal -'s - ! ClJSSIFIED/ PA6E / 8. Obiection 9. ,%=oweed 10. Makes lace 12. Group of players 15. Troubles 18. Former Russian ruler 20. Tidy 23. Bewildered 25. Sandpiper 28. Stringed Lnstrument 30. Lamb's pen nonl 32. River duck 34. E 36. Fidsauce 38. Places  Plateau Eternity W  47: Point of compass 50. Compass "DAMN YANKEES"-- Scott Kealy, David Frank, and Jack Palmer in a scene from "Damn Yankees" produced by the Green Mountain Guild, playing July 27 to 31 in White River Junction. "Damn Yankees" playin00 at Junction Playhouse WHITE RIVER JCT.-- Damn baseball player. Rona Carter Yankees, the outrageous musical comedy about a baseball fan's deal with the devil, will be presented by The Green Mountain Guild at the Junction Playhouse in White River Junction from July 27 to July 31 at 8:00 p.m. The story concerns a desperate fan of the Washington Senators who agrees to swap his soul in exchange for his team's victory over the New York Yankees. As one critic noted, however, "You don't have to know anything about baseball to have a wonderful time at Damn Yankees". Christropher Hake plays the aging, overweight real estate agent who is transformed by Satan into a super-hitting portrays Lola, the devil's seductive accomplice who uses all her charms to distract him from wife and homel The devil himself is played by John Andrew White. Others in the large cast include Peter Bensinger, Jack Palmer, Louise Neal Lewis and Sandy L. Tye. The show was directed by John Short with musical directions by Miriam Charney and choreography by Rita Hottois. Scenic design is by Jeffrey L. Hilburn with costumes by Lucille Little. For information and reservations for Damn Yankees at the Junction Playhouse, call 802-295-6228 between I:00 p.m. and I0:00 p.m. TOP 20 COUNTRY SONGS FROM WYKR Wssk d JId 26,198t Wt MIIST 111rLi 1 HkK WILLIAMS, JR. -- "Honky T0kin" 2 ALABAMA -- "Tdke MeDown" 3 RICKY SKAGG5 -- "1 Don't Ore" 4 SYLVIA- "Ndxf' 5 EMMY tog HARRIS -- "Born To Run" 6 hRLE HAGGARD -- "Am The Gond Times RNfly Ovw/ 7 MARTY ROBBIHS -- ",me Menxles Just Won't Ule 8 IK)rM C..K- "Ain't N0bMy" 9 DAVID FRIZELL - "Gor Hire A Wind To Doom Due 10 REVA MCENTIRE -- "i'm Not Timt  Yet" i I 'JANIE FRICKE -- "Don't Worry 'Bout M Bf" . ^ ,, 12 WAYLOH .I@IING$ -- "Wome Do Know How To t'ry un 13 EARL 114OMASCONLEY- "l.tely Burlier" 14 ROGER MILLER -- "01d Friends" . ! S Igqff R -- "tore Will Turn You Around" 16 CON HUNLEY -- "Oh Girl" 17 RONNIE MILP--"AnyD=y NOW, 18 GEORGE STRAIT -- 'Tonl Hrted ' 19 MOE BANDY -- "She's Hot ReeUy Chssfin She's Just Getting E" 20 RONNIE ME DOWELL -- "i Just Cut Mymtf On A Piece Ot Hw Broken Heart" silk bouquet of miniature pink Darcy is a 1979 graduate of roses, mini blue carnations Oxbow High School and Don is and babies breathe, a 1978 graduate of Sidney High Daphne Sanborn was her School. Both attend the sister's Maid of Honor and University of Montana in wore a blue rose point lace Missoula. gown and carried a single pink .... Wednesday, July 28 WELLS RIVER: A Community Health Service, Inc., Town Nurse will he at the United Church of Christ from 9: 00 a.m. to 1:00p.m. NEWBURY: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the Bailey Memorial Club from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. E. BURKE: Donizetti's "Rita," an opera, at the Darion Inn starting at 8:00 p.m. Friday, July 30 NEWBURY: Cracker Barrel Bazaar, entertainment, arts, crafts, and good food throughout the day. BRADFORD: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the Oxbow Vocational Center serving at 11:45 a.m. For reservations call 2224782. Saturday, July 31 NEWBURY: Cracker Barrel Bazaar, entertainment, arts, crafts, and good food throughout the day. NEWBURY: Annual Fiddler's Contest, 8:00 p.m. E. BURKE: Baroque music at the Darien Inn in the evening. Monday, August 2 BRADFORD: Special School and Town Meeting at the Bradford Academy building starting at 7:30 p.m. Subject: tax stabilization. Wednesday, August 4 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ serving at noon. For reservations call 757- 2206. Samuel Lamphere promoted N. HAVERHILL--Samuel C. human relations and NCO Lamphere, son of Jewell responsibilities, before being Lamphere of N. Haverhill and awarded this status. brother of Debi Lopes of Lamphere is an accounting Rochester, N.Y., has been specialist with the 416th appointed a sergeant in the Bombardment Wing at U.S. Air Force. Griffiss Air Force Base, N.Y. The new non-commissioned He is a 1978 graduate of officer completed training in Hinsdale High School, New management, in leadership, Hampshire. Burton says still time to .bin against cancer BATH-- "There is still time to help in the fight to conquer Mr. and Mrs. William McTaggart Mr. and Mrs. 00/illiam Burton, who is a New Hampshire Executive Councillor, explained that, "sirtce April, volunteers have been calling on their friends and neighbors with a life saving message and soliciting donations for the American Cancer Society's annual educational and fund raising crusade and we are near to reaching our goal, what we need now is to reach area residents who may have been missed by the house to house crusaders." Burton made a special appeal to the Bath, Benton, Haverhill, and Woodsville residents, where a house to house crusade was not con- ducted, to send their donations to the American Cancer Society, care of Raymond S. Burton, R.F.D. 1, Woodsville, N.H., 03785. "The residents of this area cancerwitharegularhealth McTagga t trade check-up for yourself and a r vows generous check for lifesaving programs,,, Raymond Burton HAMILTON, Mass.-- After a honeymoon to of Bath, 1982 State Cursade Rebecca Ann Stevens and Florida, the couple is residing Chairman, has announced. William Raymond McTaggart in Nashua, N.H. "To help put the Grafton exchanged vows recently in an North Unit over the top for the afternoon ceremony at the ...... fifth year in a row we need First Congregational Church your help" he said. of Hamilton, Mass. The Dale her .with diamonds Reverend Benjamin Thurber officiated the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodbury G. G. Stevens of .Hamilton, Mass. She is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, and is employed by Raytheon Research Division in Rexington, Mass., as a research technician. The groom is the son of Raymond H. McTaggart and the late Anita McCormack McTaggart of E. Topsham, Vt. He attended Bradford Academy and is a veteran of the U.S. Army. He is presently employed as a carpenter for Philbrick Builder's Inc. of Nashua, N.H. The Maid of Honor was I Roxanne Stevens, of Man- I chester, N.H. and the Best 1 Man was Rouald McTaggart ] ofGraniteville, Vt. . j i i S. F. Mc ALLISTER Quality Jewelers Since 1923 Woodsville, N. H. Phone 747.3482 of Grafton County have p-.-..-.-.u.---...----..-.m....-..mmmmm--...-| always been generous in / Nimble Thimble Fabric Shop i support of the American pim.m.dqm.mm, mmmmmmm,,,,,,,,,,mnm,,nm,lm,,.,.,,.,,,,,mm Cancer Society's programs and I feel sure that they will respond again in a generous manner." Hall's Lake group takes CPR course W. NEWBURY-- During the past week a group of nine members of the Halls Lake Association participated in a Red Cross course in Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). The classes were held at Cottage Hospital; Red Cross volunteer instructors were nurses Betty Minor and Doris Kennedy. The course began with a film showing how and when CPR is used as a life-saving technique. This was followed by practice on manniquins and completed at the last class by a quiz reviewing what had been learned. There was no fee for this instruction. Association members who took part were Eunice Cahill, Doris Motta, Martin Weiner, Ruth Wright, Kelli Cahill,. Stanley Whitman, Mildred Weiner, Betty Ann Roy, and Albert Wright. I SUMMER I I CLEARANCE SALE I I I I Going On Now l L * Fabrics At 20% & 30% Off. l % Most All Summer TASKER'Swe .00WELL Merchandise --. Your Businesd , , ,, 0000ffiVACUUMc,a J0e DePak) ,CLEANER.603.44|.$7|7 il 00oP'e00I00 14 YEARS OF EXP|RIENC, | , __ " YOUR FAMILY DEPARTMENT STORE SALFS K SERVICE BAGS & SUPPttES. I mm,,,,,m,,.,,m,m,m,-.,m,m,.,,.,,,,.mmmm, m.m=,,-,,,.,mn 603-9481"- U yD., Woodsville, N.H. Oe. F,..,v Charse Nilht 'til 603-NZ-SSBI *=count St Johnsbury, VL ,:oep.. NORTHWOOD. N.H. - SALES AND INSTALLATION - "12 FOOT WIDE" SEAMLESS VINYL FLOORS By Armstrong NOW "IN STOCK" FOR 'fOUR INSPECTION! VISIT OUR SHOWROOM AND SEE MORE THAN 50 ROLLS OF VINYL $ 99 per square yard ..... . I,0000il FURNITURE JJ/,r,,.,t AND CARPET - =x. ,. o, ,.. ,o,o=o. v=tONr Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9-5, Fri. till 8 July 28, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 th a West Fairlee Center f Monroe, Fa er of Bluegrass music, eh,00 00dal W. FAIRLEE-- The fourth appear in rare Vermont concert , west Fairlee Center ......... summer evening service at Bill Monroe, the luegrass Music" ding his only apPearance of the 2:00 p.m. Saturday, at Burke Mountain, E. Burke, Vt. off tdc lvi le exit). with Monroe will Bluegrass Boys"-- traveling band with, which Years has included as Lester Flatt, and fiddler m, To-authored fiddle classic Blossom ,pecial." music during as mandolin and He has the Nashville Opry" since 1939 voted to the "Country Music ........ "'in 1970. has been ........ the range of music. The Pre: fie:, hit, "Blue was a Nearly every whether or jazz, has y fis tyle. Bill Monroe continue as they always Monroe's band "expresses a have-- Monroe's mandolin, range of emotion and sound along with fiddle, banjo, unequaled by any performer guitar, and acoustic bass. in his field.., beautifully and According to the national elegantly stated as never music magazine Frets, before." Bill Monroe began Hospice sponsors benefit the term was established" art an ti A t8 aus,, of the style C on ugus omlcositio that STOWE-- The Hospice Auction of the Works of oneered. The Council of Vermont is spun-Vermont Artists to benefit Ii of today soring an Exhibition and their educational fund. This event will be held on Sunday, August 8 at the Notch Fine 4 b. __ Arts Cooperative in Stowe t SCOP E beginning at 12 noon. Hospice in Vermont is a by Clare Annswell m increase but are offset by unexpected earnings. rtel t brings prestige. Planning social events becomes n  Ittcipated. [" February 20-March 20 financial and career success is high. but tackling too have negative effects. New relationships, highlighted n, I, appeal to your serious side. ' March 21-April 20 i on financial dealings. Making useful contacts is accented, hard to please, and don't change Four views without '" April 21-May 22 ' new Ideas and getting in touch with long-distance friends week. Disturbing news should be verified before conclusions whatsoever. " May 23-June 21 ou w tin , so don't make back-to-hack appointments. backfire. Less-than-realistic financial scheme will n refinement. "" June 22-July 22 out on a pet cause and act more assertively are the . Family plans may be cancelled unexpectedly. tim sa zspeople right now. 23-August 22 s F Igh, especially for exploring moneymaking oppor- =ring to changes is more enjoyable than thought, there are some bright new faces on the scene. &ugust 23-September 22 prestige than you realize; be cautious Shared expenses can lead to embarrass- establish ground rules in advance. growing and creative grassroots movement seeking to provide persons facing life threatening illness and their families with physical, emotional and spiritual support. Home Care services are emphasized and specially trained volunteers are in- tegrated with professional health providers for sup- portive assistance, said a group spokesman. Artists currently working in their fields are asked to support Hospice by con- tributing a piece of artwork to The Exhibition and Auction. Especially requested are paintings, watercolors, original prints and sculptures. Paintings should be framed and sculptures mounted. Donors have the option of i'eceiving 25 percent of the sale of the piece or con- tributing the entire value. The Bill Monroe concert will be opened by two Vermont country bands, "Bluebird" featuring Coco Kallis. and Licks and Notions. a bluegrass group. In case of rain, the concert will be held at the Fenton Chester Arena in Lyndonville. Reserved chairs and lawn seating is available the day of the event at Burke Mountain. or by calling (802) 633-2603. Discounts are offered for people under 18 and over 60. Sponsored by Catamount Arts. Refreshments available. Dartmouth art show to benefit Hopkins Center HANOVER-- A major antique show, featuring 36 of the finest dealers from Maine to Georgia, is coming to Dart- mouth's Thompson Arena as a benefit for the Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Donald and Darcy Keysor Hopkins Center and "00Darcy Sanborn ! Museum of Art July 29, 30, and 31 we{: Managed by John Fifield of Lottsburg, Va., one of the to Donald Keysor foremost antique show professionals in the nation who organizes the annual Ellis Memorial Show in Boston, the Friends' Summer Antiques Show will be the only show of its size and stature in Nor- thern New England this summer. Mrs. Brigitte Stanfill, wife of the Director of the Hopkins Center, and Mrs. Elaine Teitz, wife of the Director of the Hood Museum of Art, will be honorary co- chairmen of the event. Co-sponsored by the Hopkins Center and the Hood Museum of Art, the show will open with a benefit preview party on Wednesday, July 29 from 5 to 8:30 p.m. A ticket to this party, featuring hers d'oeuvres affd'a cash bar, will entitle the ticketholder to an early look at the items for sale, a tax deduction, and free admission to the show on July 30 and 31. Show hours on those two days will be 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday, July 30 and l0 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, July 31. Regular admission is $3. Coffee and bar beverages and an elegant array of gourmet foods, including summer soups and salads and desserts, will be on sale in the Gazebo Cafe at the show. For further information and reservations for the July 29 preview party, call the Friends Office, (603) 646-2006, mornings. BRADFORD-- Darcy Belinda rose. The" other attendants Sanborn, daughter of Mrs. were: Barbara Hitchcock, in R.H. Sanborn and the late pink; Connie Hepburn, in Richard Sanborn of Bradford blue; Mary Ellen Horton, in and Donald Eugene Keysor, pink; and Marcie Harrison in son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle blue. They all cax'riedasingle Keysor, Sidney, Montana pink rose. were united in marriage June Best man was Corporal 27, at the Seven Day Adventist Mitchel Asbeck of Sidney and Church in Missoula, Mt. Camp Lejeune, in dress blues. The single ring ceremony The others were Bill Lungren, was performed by ReD. Jay Smith, Ken Keyson, and Roland Shorter. The bride was Shawn Harrison. The men escorted down the aisle by Jim wore shades of blue and had Reynolds. blue carnation boutonniers. She wore a traditional gown Ushers were Curtis Horton of white slipper satin with a and Ken McArthur. Run Queen Anne neckline, empire Keysor, brother of the groom waist, bishop sleeves or played the guitar and sang the rosepoint lace. The gown was three ballads, including embellished with much lace, "Endless Love" and "Follow chifili embroidery and over Me." 600 seed pearls, made by her A reception was held at their mother. The long train was home. The beautiful three carried byStephanieHarrison tiered cake was made by and Lisa Clark. She carried a Mary Ellen Horton. Church will be led by the Reverend Robert Robb of Piermont, on August 1 at 7:30 p.m. Mr. Robb is a native of Detroit and received his theological training at Crozier Seminary in Pennsylvania. He served as pastor of the Congregational Church in Orford and Lyme Center from 1957 to 1959. Following this he was minister of churches in Pelham and Kingston, N.H., and later was active in the YMCA in New York State. In 1975 he was called to the Piermont Congregational Church, where he is still serving as pastor. Organ music for the service will be supplied by Henry Graves of Bradford and West Fairlee Center. The service is open to all. ! .f ./ COn =es less touchy thanks to suggelons of a young loved one are on identical wavelengths. Difficult, be effectively handled. "" Octobm' 23-Nowmbar 21 - are strong, especially as they mlete to .am c- Lo0ed ones can be inconsistent and gmum and honors accented on weekend. IUS _ Nmamb 22.Decmnbex e a little cynical or a little aloof -- perhape It's a way of :tUo , Modest financial gains offset recent abeck. the edge at work. -- December 23-Janualry 20 dwelling on ancient history and focus on the present Allow new team members to build notions. THIS WEEK dramatization are Four trademarks. Rellnquling may be your greatest chore over the next month price to pay for the kind of friendship that will be r William Powell; 30th, singer Paul Anka; 31st, actor lust ist, actor Geoffrey Holder; 2nd, actress Myrna [art  Sheen; 4th, pianist Henry Anthony. 35. Region 37. Prejudice 39. Gypsy 41, Companions 43. Consumed 44. Arrow poison Allows 48. Pronoun 49. Bricklayer Si. Universe $3. Norrow rood 54, Hammer heod part DOWN t I. Relative 'e 2. Either ; 3. Small barrel 4. Slave , 5. Musical note 6. Arab garment .o 7. Underground animal -'s - ! ClJSSIFIED/ PA6E / 8. Obiection 9. ,%=oweed 10. Makes lace 12. Group of players 15. Troubles 18. Former Russian ruler 20. Tidy 23. Bewildered 25. Sandpiper 28. Stringed Lnstrument 30. Lamb's pen nonl 32. River duck 34. E 36. Fidsauce 38. Places  Plateau Eternity W  47: Point of compass 50. Compass "DAMN YANKEES"-- Scott Kealy, David Frank, and Jack Palmer in a scene from "Damn Yankees" produced by the Green Mountain Guild, playing July 27 to 31 in White River Junction. "Damn Yankees" playin00 at Junction Playhouse WHITE RIVER JCT.-- Damn baseball player. Rona Carter Yankees, the outrageous musical comedy about a baseball fan's deal with the devil, will be presented by The Green Mountain Guild at the Junction Playhouse in White River Junction from July 27 to July 31 at 8:00 p.m. The story concerns a desperate fan of the Washington Senators who agrees to swap his soul in exchange for his team's victory over the New York Yankees. As one critic noted, however, "You don't have to know anything about baseball to have a wonderful time at Damn Yankees". Christropher Hake plays the aging, overweight real estate agent who is transformed by Satan into a super-hitting portrays Lola, the devil's seductive accomplice who uses all her charms to distract him from wife and homel The devil himself is played by John Andrew White. Others in the large cast include Peter Bensinger, Jack Palmer, Louise Neal Lewis and Sandy L. Tye. The show was directed by John Short with musical directions by Miriam Charney and choreography by Rita Hottois. Scenic design is by Jeffrey L. Hilburn with costumes by Lucille Little. For information and reservations for Damn Yankees at the Junction Playhouse, call 802-295-6228 between I:00 p.m. and I0:00 p.m. TOP 20 COUNTRY SONGS FROM WYKR Wssk d JId 26,198t Wt MIIST 111rLi 1 HkK WILLIAMS, JR. -- "Honky T0kin" 2 ALABAMA -- "Tdke MeDown" 3 RICKY SKAGG5 -- "1 Don't Ore" 4 SYLVIA- "Ndxf' 5 EMMY tog HARRIS -- "Born To Run" 6 hRLE HAGGARD -- "Am The Gond Times RNfly Ovw/ 7 MARTY ROBBIHS -- ",me Menxles Just Won't Ule 8 IK)rM C..K- "Ain't N0bMy" 9 DAVID FRIZELL - "Gor Hire A Wind To Doom Due 10 REVA MCENTIRE -- "i'm Not Timt  Yet" i I 'JANIE FRICKE -- "Don't Worry 'Bout M Bf" . ^ ,, 12 WAYLOH .I@IING$ -- "Wome Do Know How To t'ry un 13 EARL 114OMASCONLEY- "l.tely Burlier" 14 ROGER MILLER -- "01d Friends" . ! S Igqff R -- "tore Will Turn You Around" 16 CON HUNLEY -- "Oh Girl" 17 RONNIE MILP--"AnyD=y NOW, 18 GEORGE STRAIT -- 'Tonl Hrted ' 19 MOE BANDY -- "She's Hot ReeUy Chssfin She's Just Getting E" 20 RONNIE ME DOWELL -- "i Just Cut Mymtf On A Piece Ot Hw Broken Heart" silk bouquet of miniature pink Darcy is a 1979 graduate of roses, mini blue carnations Oxbow High School and Don is and babies breathe, a 1978 graduate of Sidney High Daphne Sanborn was her School. Both attend the sister's Maid of Honor and University of Montana in wore a blue rose point lace Missoula. gown and carried a single pink .... Wednesday, July 28 WELLS RIVER: A Community Health Service, Inc., Town Nurse will he at the United Church of Christ from 9: 00 a.m. to 1:00p.m. NEWBURY: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the Bailey Memorial Club from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. E. BURKE: Donizetti's "Rita," an opera, at the Darion Inn starting at 8:00 p.m. Friday, July 30 NEWBURY: Cracker Barrel Bazaar, entertainment, arts, crafts, and good food throughout the day. BRADFORD: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the Oxbow Vocational Center serving at 11:45 a.m. For reservations call 2224782. Saturday, July 31 NEWBURY: Cracker Barrel Bazaar, entertainment, arts, crafts, and good food throughout the day. NEWBURY: Annual Fiddler's Contest, 8:00 p.m. E. BURKE: Baroque music at the Darien Inn in the evening. Monday, August 2 BRADFORD: Special School and Town Meeting at the Bradford Academy building starting at 7:30 p.m. Subject: tax stabilization. Wednesday, August 4 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ serving at noon. For reservations call 757- 2206. Samuel Lamphere promoted N. HAVERHILL--Samuel C. human relations and NCO Lamphere, son of Jewell responsibilities, before being Lamphere of N. Haverhill and awarded this status. brother of Debi Lopes of Lamphere is an accounting Rochester, N.Y., has been specialist with the 416th appointed a sergeant in the Bombardment Wing at U.S. Air Force. Griffiss Air Force Base, N.Y. The new non-commissioned He is a 1978 graduate of officer completed training in Hinsdale High School, New management, in leadership, Hampshire. Burton says still time to .bin against cancer BATH-- "There is still time to help in the fight to conquer Mr. and Mrs. William McTaggart Mr. and Mrs. 00/illiam Burton, who is a New Hampshire Executive Councillor, explained that, "sirtce April, volunteers have been calling on their friends and neighbors with a life saving message and soliciting donations for the American Cancer Society's annual educational and fund raising crusade and we are near to reaching our goal, what we need now is to reach area residents who may have been missed by the house to house crusaders." Burton made a special appeal to the Bath, Benton, Haverhill, and Woodsville residents, where a house to house crusade was not con- ducted, to send their donations to the American Cancer Society, care of Raymond S. Burton, R.F.D. 1, Woodsville, N.H., 03785. "The residents of this area cancerwitharegularhealth McTagga t trade check-up for yourself and a r vows generous check for lifesaving programs,,, Raymond Burton HAMILTON, Mass.-- After a honeymoon to of Bath, 1982 State Cursade Rebecca Ann Stevens and Florida, the couple is residing Chairman, has announced. William Raymond McTaggart in Nashua, N.H. "To help put the Grafton exchanged vows recently in an North Unit over the top for the afternoon ceremony at the ...... fifth year in a row we need First Congregational Church your help" he said. of Hamilton, Mass. The Dale her .with diamonds Reverend Benjamin Thurber officiated the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodbury G. G. Stevens of .Hamilton, Mass. She is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, and is employed by Raytheon Research Division in Rexington, Mass., as a research technician. The groom is the son of Raymond H. McTaggart and the late Anita McCormack McTaggart of E. Topsham, Vt. He attended Bradford Academy and is a veteran of the U.S. Army. He is presently employed as a carpenter for Philbrick Builder's Inc. of Nashua, N.H. The Maid of Honor was I Roxanne Stevens, of Man- I chester, N.H. and the Best 1 Man was Rouald McTaggart ] ofGraniteville, Vt. . j i i S. F. Mc ALLISTER Quality Jewelers Since 1923 Woodsville, N. H. Phone 747.3482 of Grafton County have p-.-..-.-.u.---...----..-.m....-..mmmmm--...-| always been generous in / Nimble Thimble Fabric Shop i support of the American pim.m.dqm.mm, mmmmmmm,,,,,,,,,,mnm,,nm,lm,,.,.,,.,,,,,mm Cancer Society's programs and I feel sure that they will respond again in a generous manner." Hall's Lake group takes CPR course W. NEWBURY-- During the past week a group of nine members of the Halls Lake Association participated in a Red Cross course in Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). The classes were held at Cottage Hospital; Red Cross volunteer instructors were nurses Betty Minor and Doris Kennedy. The course began with a film showing how and when CPR is used as a life-saving technique. This was followed by practice on manniquins and completed at the last class by a quiz reviewing what had been learned. There was no fee for this instruction. Association members who took part were Eunice Cahill, Doris Motta, Martin Weiner, Ruth Wright, Kelli Cahill,. Stanley Whitman, Mildred Weiner, Betty Ann Roy, and Albert Wright. I SUMMER I I CLEARANCE SALE I I I I Going On Now l L * Fabrics At 20% & 30% Off. l % Most All Summer TASKER'Swe .00WELL Merchandise --. 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