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August 5, 1981-The Journal opinion-Page 3 FULLER e Fuller to throw me street," sobbed Weedy as she into a chair at my table. the problem?" I that if I don't half of my of purchase, he's move me out of the sniffed and her nose. " I said. joking. Doesn't he that you bought jacket for from your not joking." she "I think he may his memory after over my proof-or- e file No. 4." burst into tears has a bump on the size of a goose wailed, "and he either me or my box labels." she had left around. to save eve- that's what refunders did," she "Now I have 18 and space for three cartons my milk contain- ou saving /;r?" to think. refund offers name from the as I said. "But on for the name Proof cut from any Zllk or bread, you it off the carton or that you just items like ice ST]ELLA KNAPP than 100 and friends were at school Sunday ar- My. and Mrs. in honor of wedding an- house. the Women's of the E. Corinth egational Church the refreshment table. were served Roxanne and Rose Marie Shelton, a 'gran- circulated the and her mother, was in charge three-tiered an- cake was. made by daughter, Mrs. of Milton and by Mrs. Patricia and Mrs. Connie and Mervil were 26, 1931, at the parsonage Ln Rev. Lewis and were attended and Alice Bezio. into this area in they bought their on Route 25. COUPON CLIPPER 'It's me or the boxes!' cream, all you have to do is save one container in case an offer asks for an ice creamproof." Wendy looked at me in amazement. "You really mean that I don't have to save every milk carton, bread wrapper and ice cream box?" she asked. "Of course not." Weedy smiled. "That's five cartons of proofs that I can get rid of right away," she said. "But I need to clean out four more, or I'm still out the door." "How many Cheerios box- es do you have?" I asked. I knew that Dave and the chil- dren ate the cereal all the time. "Oh, we go through at least two boxes a week," she said. "I must have saved 30 or 40 of them." "Well, go home and bring me back three of those boxes," I said. "I want to send for a Lone Ranger Dep- uty Kit for my nephew Stephen. Then I'll show you how to clean out four more of your proof cartons." "Coming right up," Wendy called back to me as she flew out the door. Here's a refund form to write for: Allerest-Store Special, Box 8443, Roches- ter, N.Y. 14618. Send a stamped, self-addressed mark besides being a farmer "Chief" was the D.H.I.A. Supervisor for several years and has been the Corinth town constable for seven years. They had seven children, Mrs. Valada Riehards of Milton; Mervil Jr., of Top- sham; Robert of Groton; Mrs. Patricia Bouley of Groton, Mrs.. Teresa Shelton, Brad- ford; Kendall (Beaver) of Fairbanks, Alaska; and Raymond (deceased). They also have 24 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. They received a money tree from their children, other gifts, money, cards and flowers. The lovely gown worn by Mrs. Bruleigh was a gift from and made by a grand- daughter, Mrs. Parker (Dinah) Burgin, Austin, "rex. Relatives attending from away were her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Pray, Washington, Vt.; his brother, Alvah Bruleigh, Toronto, Ont.; his sister, Mrs. Florence Dupre and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. George Briggs of Maine; a cousin, Sheridan Coveau of Lebanon; Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Saville of Rowley, Mass., and Leonard Favolora and son, Niantic, Conn. envelope for this form. This $1.50 refund offer expires Oct. 31, 1981. Here is this week's list of refund offers. Start looking for the required refund forms, which you can obtain at the supermarket, in news- paper and magazine advertisements and from trading with friends. Mean- while, start collecting the neededproofs of purchase as detailed below. Remember, some offers are not avail- able in all areas of the coun- try. Today's refund offers are worth $11.77. Beverages (File 8) -- Country Time Refund Offer. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and the entire "dirctions" line from six 12- ounce or 12 6-ounce cans of Country Time frozen concentrate. Or send the form and box tops (with the rice circled) from four ve-pack boxes of Country Time unsweetened mix. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. -- Hi-C Free Coupon Offer Receive three 40-cent coupons. Send the required refund form and two "quali- ty seals" from Hi-C Drink Mix. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. --Maxim Save $1 Offer. MissS,,nbornweds I 'O'''' i John A. Miskewicz BRADFORD--Susan Mary Sanborn,  daughter of Mr. and / J Mrs. William G. Sanborn, Jr., and John Andrew Miskewicz, Jr., of Albany, N.Y., were R Edg J ckso married Aug. 1 in the United ev, ar a n Church of Christ, Bradford, with Rev. John B. Knight to preach Sunday officiating. Receive a $I coupon plus postage. Send the reqmred refund form and the inner The bride wore a Qiana jersey and silk floss Venice W. FAIRLEE CENTER -- Rev. Jackson. is an old seal from any jar of Maxim.     lace gown featuring long fitted Rev. Edgar Jackson of E. friend, well known to the W. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. sleeves and a chapel length Corinth will lead the services Fairlee Center Church --Maxwell House "Good train and matching picture at the W. Fairlee Center congregation. Visitors are Morning" Booklet Offer. hat with attached floor length Church Aug. 9 at 7:30 p.m. welcome. Receive the booklet and veil. She carried a mixed The,subject of his sermon , $1.57 in coupons. Send the bouquet, will be "The Habit of Sight." required refund form and Matron of honor was Mrs. A Methodist minister who CONCERT the inner seal from any jar Stephen F. Jerry of E. retired from an active parish THETFORDHILL--Aconcert of Maxwell House Instant Corinth, classmate and friend 18 years ago, Rev. Jackson is of traditional music with Coffee or a 1-inch square cut of the bride. Best man was basically a crisis psychologist. '"Wintergreen" and Jerry from the lid of any can of Paul PerryofBradford, friend He has taught at the Rockwell and Mary Ann Maxwell House. Expires and classmate of the groom. University of Minnesota and is Samuels, including dulcimers, Jan. 15, 1982. The groom is the son of Mr. a consultant and lecturer. In woodwinds, harp, psaltery -- Minute Maid 20-Lemon J"  and Mrs. Carmen Casile, and all, he has written 24 books and hand drum, will beheldat Lemonade. Receive a $1 John A. Miskewicz, Sr., of dealing with human crisis to the Thetford Hill Grange Aug. coupon. Send the required - #v Albany, N.Y. help people develop coping 14 at 8 p.m. A donation of $2.50 refund form and two Uni-  Organist was Katrina J. skills sothattheycanmanage for adults and $1.25 from versal Product Code sym-  Munn. Soloists were Mr. and life rather than letting it children and seniors will he bols from 8- or 12-quart can- Mrs. Gary Tomlinson, friends manage them. taken. isters of Minute Maid Lemonade Crystals, any .... WED---Lt. and Mrs. Dwight Oran Davison. of the bride. Beidesmaids were Anne ' ' flavor. Expires Dec. 31, Marie Sanborn of Burlington, l [ t '/   [ '"1 K rl J D ds sister f the bride' and Mrs" I fF'r,.r l,lq: x=' Ii -- Ocean Spray Coupon a a ane De we John Kirby of Boston, college Refund. Receive a $1 friend of the bride. coupon. Send the required Li t D O D Ushers were William G. [ t4,l. ' | fromrefund32-ouncefOrm andoceanOnespraylabel eutenan . . avlSOnor Sanborn Ill and Martin W. , '.tl I Firehouse Jubilee Tomato GROTONKarla Jane Doe, bride, and Diana McConn , Sanborn, brothers of the bride, | s ,ts,os ,o,, l n,c,,om cow,,,, ..... ,,-s l: mF'." I Cocktail. Expires OCt. 31, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. friend ofthebride, and Ralph Messenger, friend ..,,= of the bride and groom. | .:,..'F.." . ,' | 1981. Winston J. Doe of S. Ryegate, Special music included [ft21 ,o. ,,- !!  ptAZV [ -- RC Party Picture and Navy Lt. Dwight Oran "You're a Gift," sung by the Flower girl was Rachel ,, ,,, s, ,- Messenger. #i French JPPER Refund. Receive $3 in Davison of Gale s Ferry, Ct., groom and the bride marched A reception followed the ]t'l/j' gs WESTLEoLNEoN'N" coupons. Send the required were married July 11 in the to "Trumpet Voluntaire" with ! refund form and a picture of Groton Baptist Church. the Maid of Honor playing ceremony at Lake Morey Inn. you and your friends show- Frederick Middaugh per- trumpet with organ. The bride is a graduate of | k J IWBV MEMSER NAllONAL SlUDALdWICE | ing at least three RC Cola formed the double-ring The couple honeymooned in Oxbow High School, and cans or bottles. Expires Nov. ceremony. Hawaii and will make their Trinity College in Burlington 30, 1981. Organist was Jean home at 851 Long Cove Rd., with a Bachelor of Science in Largest Bonus! This offer doesn't Davidson, cousin of the bride. Gales Ferry, Ct. 06335. Social Work. The groom is a selection of graduate of Oxbow, and the require a form: Soloist was Marty Hardimer, The bride graduated from University of Vermont with a calicos In -- Sanka Brand Address friend of the groom. Tuft's University in Motif oral,, degree in Nuclear Medicine. Label Offer, General Foods The church was decorated Ma., with a Bachelor of Upper He is employed at St. Peter's Quilting Corp., P.O. Box 3101, East with a white aisle runner and Science in Occupational Hospital in Albany, N.Y. Valley Court Street, Kankakee, Ill. bouquets of aqua, yellow and Therapy and is employed by, The coup/e left on a wedding Butterlck . Supplies 60901 Receive 1,000 labels white flowers in the windows. Southeastern Connecticut trip to Cape Cod. including containing your name and Maid of Honor was Janet Easter Seals Center, working patterns address, gend four n'elopes Doe, sister of the bride, and in pediatrics. The groom hoops from Sanka Brand Decal- best man was Jarvis Brown, graduated from the U.S. CO-OP MEETING feinated Coffee, 75 cents and friend of the groom. Naval Academy in Annapolis, BRADFORD--The Valley your name, address and ZIP Bridesmaids were Cindy Md., and is currently serving Cooperative Pre-school will code. Expires Dec. 31,1981. Stratton and Maureen as navigation officer on a meet downstairs in the New Copyright, PSL Kewriga, friends of the bride, submarine. Bradford Library Aug. 11 at 8 United Feature Syndicate, Inc. Christmas Placema! Ushers were Dee Winchell, p.m. ENGAGED--Jayne Brown of Wentworth and Jerry W. Blxby of Warren will wed Saturday. J ayne Brown to wed WENTWORTH--The wedding Miss Brown, a graduate of of Miss Jayne Brown, Plymouth Area High School, is employed at Ames. Bixby is a graduate of John Burroughs High School in Burbank, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown, to Mr. Jerry Wayne Bixby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bixby of Warren, will take place Aug. 8 at 2 p.m. in the Wentworth Congregational Church. Rev. Frank Thomas will officiate. Calif., and he attended the Los Angeles Trade and Technical College. He is employed here by King Lumber. AVID READERS--wsers sample the offerings at  book sale during Thetford Hill Fair. ii:! ii are examined during at Thefford Hill Fair. Michael Cuth- the boy, born Hospital 8 pounds, 2% BACK TO SCHOOL SON ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stimson of N. Haverhill are the parents of a baby boy, born July 23 at Cottage Hospital and weighing 7 pounds, 11 ounces. USED FURNITURE AT HALE'S. Brown 2 cushion sofa .................... $100.Oa Colonial winged hlghback Loveseat .' ..... $150.00 Green winged back chair ................. $40.00 Full size hide-a-bed (rough) ............... $20.00 Swivelpatchwork rocker ................. $45.00 Twin size mattress ....................... $25.00 2 pc. green livlngroom set ................ $170.00 Rust colored nylon velvet chair...  ....... $85.00 HALE FURNITURE & CARPET Bradford, Vermont Richard Dick and David prints Kits Vogel, friends of the groom. The bride was escorted to DIAMONDS ' WATCHES are in Store Hours the altar by her father. She We RepairACCUTRON, TIMEX. Tues.-Thurs. wore a gown with fitted bodice and/t Makes. overlaid with Italian chantilly 10-5:30 lace, forming a sweetheart HASKELLJEWELERS Fri. 10-8 neckline, a sash forming a Llttleton, NH03561 Sat. 10-5 bow in hack, and a hat with 803) 444-335t matching chantilly lace  - falling to the waistline. A cascade of yellow roses, Connval's Andersen Connection stephanotis, o baby's breath and greens was attached to a white ivory fan. Flower girl was Dorinda Spar|fag, cousin of the bride, ring-bearer was Matthew f/2:! Birch of Illinois, god-son of the groom. The groom's parents are Mr. andMrs. Walter E. THE WINDOW TRAIN Chapman of Rochelle, I11. A reception followed at the ANDERSEN WINDOWS AT 30% DISCOUNT home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Roy, anne Heacock, sister  You asked for it. Another car load of Andersen Windows of the bride, was in charge of the guest book and at the this Fail. Tremendous savings. It's the only way to go. punch bowl was Melissa Sandra Lee Welch Mason, cousin of the bride, We will be ordering a carload of Andersen Windows and Dennis Mason, cousin of the Sandra Welch Gins, Sliding Doors. You read the discount correctly-- to wed 30 per cent Church school is IV.M. Welch ORDER NOW THROUGH AuGUST 22, 1981 set in Bradford Call or visit us for more specific Information. ' BRADFORD--Vacation S. RYEGATEMr. and Mrs. Hours: Church School sponsored by Richard A. Welch Jr. of S. Featuring-- the Bradford-Piermont Inter- Ryegate have announced the Mon.-Fri. 7-5:00 p,m. Chnrch Cancil will be held engagement of their da'hter' [i: on ' nx] Grace United Methodist M. Welch, son of Mr. andMrs. Church in Bradford. Wilber Welch of S. Ryegate. Ages eligible are entering Miss Welch was graduated kindergarten through 4th from Blue Mountain Union , -.k. HOME BUILDING CENTER grade (completed grade), School and attended Vermont ELY, VERMONT (802) 333-4381 This year's theme is "God's Technical College in Ran- Happy People." dolph. She is employed at DON'r MISS THE SPRING CARLOAD SAII! Registrations may be made Knapp's Family Restaurant of by calling 222-9367, or 222-4562 Barre. i ' in the evening. Her fiancee was graduated from Blue Mountain Union and works on the family farm Rau/Araya in S. Ryegate. An outdoor wedding comes back ceremony is planned for Sept. 12, 1981, on the summit of the CALL COLLECT FOR DETAILS: 10002-333438] .for a visit family farm. BRADFORD--Raul Araya, former American Field BOOK BARGAINS Service student from Argentina, has been visiting' Irene Starace, his host mother in 1979. Since Irene saw him last, Raulhasfulfllledhistwo-year Our tables in front of the store obligation in the army and is, now attending the university, and inside the store While in Bradford, Raul has been doing a lot of studying, are bulging with good deals like this: visiting old friends, and playing soccer on the Tri Measured drawings, floor plans, and cross- Town Toyota team. sections. Practical, affordable, and some advice on simple living tells all yon need to know to build your own retreat from u simple franted tent to a five-room family cabin. Plus information on fireplaces, ' oa furnishings, cooking and more- 115  The Dartmouth Bookstore _ (()ILJLjl ii ()) Hanover, New Hampshire 03755 Tel 603-643 3616 - Moo. thin S00t: S.00O- 5:00 August 5, 1981-The Journal opinion-Page 3 FULLER e Fuller to throw me street," sobbed Weedy as she into a chair at my table. the problem?" I that if I don't half of my of purchase, he's move me out of the sniffed and her nose. " I said. joking. Doesn't he that you bought jacket for from your not joking." she "I think he may his memory after over my proof-or- e file No. 4." burst into tears has a bump on the size of a goose wailed, "and he either me or my box labels." she had left around. to save eve- that's what refunders did," she "Now I have 18 and space for three cartons my milk contain- ou saving /;r?" to think. refund offers name from the as I said. "But on for the name Proof cut from any Zllk or bread, you it off the carton or that you just items like ice ST]ELLA KNAPP than 100 and friends were at school Sunday ar- My. and Mrs. in honor of wedding an- house. the Women's of the E. Corinth egational Church the refreshment table. were served Roxanne and Rose Marie Shelton, a 'gran- circulated the and her mother, was in charge three-tiered an- cake was. made by daughter, Mrs. of Milton and by Mrs. Patricia and Mrs. Connie and Mervil were 26, 1931, at the parsonage Ln Rev. Lewis and were attended and Alice Bezio. into this area in they bought their on Route 25. COUPON CLIPPER 'It's me or the boxes!' cream, all you have to do is save one container in case an offer asks for an ice creamproof." Wendy looked at me in amazement. "You really mean that I don't have to save every milk carton, bread wrapper and ice cream box?" she asked. "Of course not." Weedy smiled. "That's five cartons of proofs that I can get rid of right away," she said. "But I need to clean out four more, or I'm still out the door." "How many Cheerios box- es do you have?" I asked. I knew that Dave and the chil- dren ate the cereal all the time. "Oh, we go through at least two boxes a week," she said. "I must have saved 30 or 40 of them." "Well, go home and bring me back three of those boxes," I said. "I want to send for a Lone Ranger Dep- uty Kit for my nephew Stephen. Then I'll show you how to clean out four more of your proof cartons." "Coming right up," Wendy called back to me as she flew out the door. Here's a refund form to write for: Allerest-Store Special, Box 8443, Roches- ter, N.Y. 14618. Send a stamped, self-addressed mark besides being a farmer "Chief" was the D.H.I.A. Supervisor for several years and has been the Corinth town constable for seven years. They had seven children, Mrs. Valada Riehards of Milton; Mervil Jr., of Top- sham; Robert of Groton; Mrs. Patricia Bouley of Groton, Mrs.. Teresa Shelton, Brad- ford; Kendall (Beaver) of Fairbanks, Alaska; and Raymond (deceased). They also have 24 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. They received a money tree from their children, other gifts, money, cards and flowers. The lovely gown worn by Mrs. Bruleigh was a gift from and made by a grand- daughter, Mrs. Parker (Dinah) Burgin, Austin, "rex. Relatives attending from away were her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Pray, Washington, Vt.; his brother, Alvah Bruleigh, Toronto, Ont.; his sister, Mrs. Florence Dupre and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. George Briggs of Maine; a cousin, Sheridan Coveau of Lebanon; Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Saville of Rowley, Mass., and Leonard Favolora and son, Niantic, Conn. envelope for this form. This $1.50 refund offer expires Oct. 31, 1981. Here is this week's list of refund offers. Start looking for the required refund forms, which you can obtain at the supermarket, in news- paper and magazine advertisements and from trading with friends. Mean- while, start collecting the neededproofs of purchase as detailed below. Remember, some offers are not avail- able in all areas of the coun- try. Today's refund offers are worth $11.77. Beverages (File 8) -- Country Time Refund Offer. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and the entire "dirctions" line from six 12- ounce or 12 6-ounce cans of Country Time frozen concentrate. Or send the form and box tops (with the rice circled) from four ve-pack boxes of Country Time unsweetened mix. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. -- Hi-C Free Coupon Offer Receive three 40-cent coupons. Send the required refund form and two "quali- ty seals" from Hi-C Drink Mix. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. --Maxim Save $1 Offer. MissS,,nbornweds I 'O'''' i John A. Miskewicz BRADFORD--Susan Mary Sanborn,  daughter of Mr. and / J Mrs. William G. Sanborn, Jr., and John Andrew Miskewicz, Jr., of Albany, N.Y., were R Edg J ckso married Aug. 1 in the United ev, ar a n Church of Christ, Bradford, with Rev. John B. Knight to preach Sunday officiating. Receive a $I coupon plus postage. Send the reqmred refund form and the inner The bride wore a Qiana jersey and silk floss Venice W. FAIRLEE CENTER -- Rev. Jackson. is an old seal from any jar of Maxim.     lace gown featuring long fitted Rev. Edgar Jackson of E. friend, well known to the W. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. sleeves and a chapel length Corinth will lead the services Fairlee Center Church --Maxwell House "Good train and matching picture at the W. Fairlee Center congregation. Visitors are Morning" Booklet Offer. hat with attached floor length Church Aug. 9 at 7:30 p.m. welcome. Receive the booklet and veil. She carried a mixed The,subject of his sermon , $1.57 in coupons. Send the bouquet, will be "The Habit of Sight." required refund form and Matron of honor was Mrs. A Methodist minister who CONCERT the inner seal from any jar Stephen F. Jerry of E. retired from an active parish THETFORDHILL--Aconcert of Maxwell House Instant Corinth, classmate and friend 18 years ago, Rev. Jackson is of traditional music with Coffee or a 1-inch square cut of the bride. Best man was basically a crisis psychologist. '"Wintergreen" and Jerry from the lid of any can of Paul PerryofBradford, friend He has taught at the Rockwell and Mary Ann Maxwell House. Expires and classmate of the groom. University of Minnesota and is Samuels, including dulcimers, Jan. 15, 1982. The groom is the son of Mr. a consultant and lecturer. In woodwinds, harp, psaltery -- Minute Maid 20-Lemon J"  and Mrs. Carmen Casile, and all, he has written 24 books and hand drum, will beheldat Lemonade. Receive a $1 John A. Miskewicz, Sr., of dealing with human crisis to the Thetford Hill Grange Aug. coupon. Send the required - #v Albany, N.Y. help people develop coping 14 at 8 p.m. A donation of $2.50 refund form and two Uni-  Organist was Katrina J. skills sothattheycanmanage for adults and $1.25 from versal Product Code sym-  Munn. Soloists were Mr. and life rather than letting it children and seniors will he bols from 8- or 12-quart can- Mrs. Gary Tomlinson, friends manage them. taken. isters of Minute Maid Lemonade Crystals, any .... WED---Lt. and Mrs. Dwight Oran Davison. of the bride. Beidesmaids were Anne ' ' flavor. Expires Dec. 31, Marie Sanborn of Burlington, l [ t '/   [ '"1 K rl J D ds sister f the bride' and Mrs" I fF'r,.r l,lq: x=' Ii -- Ocean Spray Coupon a a ane De we John Kirby of Boston, college Refund. Receive a $1 friend of the bride. coupon. Send the required Li t D O D Ushers were William G. [ t4,l. ' | fromrefund32-ouncefOrm andoceanOnespraylabel eutenan . . avlSOnor Sanborn Ill and Martin W. , '.tl I Firehouse Jubilee Tomato GROTONKarla Jane Doe, bride, and Diana McConn , Sanborn, brothers of the bride, | s ,ts,os ,o,, l n,c,,om cow,,,, ..... ,,-s l: mF'." I Cocktail. Expires OCt. 31, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. friend ofthebride, and Ralph Messenger, friend ..,,= of the bride and groom. | .:,..'F.." . ,' | 1981. Winston J. Doe of S. Ryegate, Special music included [ft21 ,o. ,,- !!  ptAZV [ -- RC Party Picture and Navy Lt. Dwight Oran "You're a Gift," sung by the Flower girl was Rachel ,, ,,, s, ,- Messenger. #i French JPPER Refund. Receive $3 in Davison of Gale s Ferry, Ct., groom and the bride marched A reception followed the ]t'l/j' gs WESTLEoLNEoN'N" coupons. Send the required were married July 11 in the to "Trumpet Voluntaire" with ! refund form and a picture of Groton Baptist Church. the Maid of Honor playing ceremony at Lake Morey Inn. you and your friends show- Frederick Middaugh per- trumpet with organ. The bride is a graduate of | k J IWBV MEMSER NAllONAL SlUDALdWICE | ing at least three RC Cola formed the double-ring The couple honeymooned in Oxbow High School, and cans or bottles. Expires Nov. ceremony. Hawaii and will make their Trinity College in Burlington 30, 1981. Organist was Jean home at 851 Long Cove Rd., with a Bachelor of Science in Largest Bonus! This offer doesn't Davidson, cousin of the bride. Gales Ferry, Ct. 06335. Social Work. The groom is a selection of graduate of Oxbow, and the require a form: Soloist was Marty Hardimer, The bride graduated from University of Vermont with a calicos In -- Sanka Brand Address friend of the groom. Tuft's University in Motif oral,, degree in Nuclear Medicine. Label Offer, General Foods The church was decorated Ma., with a Bachelor of Upper He is employed at St. Peter's Quilting Corp., P.O. Box 3101, East with a white aisle runner and Science in Occupational Hospital in Albany, N.Y. Valley Court Street, Kankakee, Ill. bouquets of aqua, yellow and Therapy and is employed by, The coup/e left on a wedding Butterlck . Supplies 60901 Receive 1,000 labels white flowers in the windows. Southeastern Connecticut trip to Cape Cod. including containing your name and Maid of Honor was Janet Easter Seals Center, working patterns address, gend four n'elopes Doe, sister of the bride, and in pediatrics. The groom hoops from Sanka Brand Decal- best man was Jarvis Brown, graduated from the U.S. CO-OP MEETING feinated Coffee, 75 cents and friend of the groom. Naval Academy in Annapolis, BRADFORD--The Valley your name, address and ZIP Bridesmaids were Cindy Md., and is currently serving Cooperative Pre-school will code. Expires Dec. 31,1981. Stratton and Maureen as navigation officer on a meet downstairs in the New Copyright, PSL Kewriga, friends of the bride, submarine. Bradford Library Aug. 11 at 8 United Feature Syndicate, Inc. Christmas Placema! Ushers were Dee Winchell, p.m. ENGAGED--Jayne Brown of Wentworth and Jerry W. Blxby of Warren will wed Saturday. J ayne Brown to wed WENTWORTH--The wedding Miss Brown, a graduate of of Miss Jayne Brown, Plymouth Area High School, is employed at Ames. Bixby is a graduate of John Burroughs High School in Burbank, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown, to Mr. Jerry Wayne Bixby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bixby of Warren, will take place Aug. 8 at 2 p.m. in the Wentworth Congregational Church. Rev. Frank Thomas will officiate. Calif., and he attended the Los Angeles Trade and Technical College. He is employed here by King Lumber. AVID READERS--wsers sample the offerings at  book sale during Thetford Hill Fair. ii:! ii are examined during at Thefford Hill Fair. Michael Cuth- the boy, born Hospital 8 pounds, 2% BACK TO SCHOOL SON ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stimson of N. Haverhill are the parents of a baby boy, born July 23 at Cottage Hospital and weighing 7 pounds, 11 ounces. USED FURNITURE AT HALE'S. Brown 2 cushion sofa .................... $100.Oa Colonial winged hlghback Loveseat .' ..... $150.00 Green winged back chair ................. $40.00 Full size hide-a-bed (rough) ............... $20.00 Swivelpatchwork rocker ................. $45.00 Twin size mattress ....................... $25.00 2 pc. green livlngroom set ................ $170.00 Rust colored nylon velvet chair...  ....... $85.00 HALE FURNITURE & CARPET Bradford, Vermont Richard Dick and David prints Kits Vogel, friends of the groom. The bride was escorted to DIAMONDS ' WATCHES are in Store Hours the altar by her father. She We RepairACCUTRON, TIMEX. Tues.-Thurs. wore a gown with fitted bodice and/t Makes. overlaid with Italian chantilly 10-5:30 lace, forming a sweetheart HASKELLJEWELERS Fri. 10-8 neckline, a sash forming a Llttleton, NH03561 Sat. 10-5 bow in hack, and a hat with 803) 444-335t matching chantilly lace  - falling to the waistline. A cascade of yellow roses, Connval's Andersen Connection stephanotis, o baby's breath and greens was attached to a white ivory fan. Flower girl was Dorinda Spar|fag, cousin of the bride, ring-bearer was Matthew f/2:! Birch of Illinois, god-son of the groom. The groom's parents are Mr. andMrs. Walter E. THE WINDOW TRAIN Chapman of Rochelle, I11. A reception followed at the ANDERSEN WINDOWS AT 30% DISCOUNT home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Roy, anne Heacock, sister  You asked for it. Another car load of Andersen Windows of the bride, was in charge of the guest book and at the this Fail. Tremendous savings. It's the only way to go. punch bowl was Melissa Sandra Lee Welch Mason, cousin of the bride, We will be ordering a carload of Andersen Windows and Dennis Mason, cousin of the Sandra Welch Gins, Sliding Doors. You read the discount correctly-- to wed 30 per cent Church school is IV.M. Welch ORDER NOW THROUGH AuGUST 22, 1981 set in Bradford Call or visit us for more specific Information. ' BRADFORD--Vacation S. RYEGATEMr. and Mrs. Hours: Church School sponsored by Richard A. Welch Jr. of S. Featuring-- the Bradford-Piermont Inter- Ryegate have announced the Mon.-Fri. 7-5:00 p,m. Chnrch Cancil will be held engagement of their da'hter' [i: on ' nx] Grace United Methodist M. Welch, son of Mr. andMrs. Church in Bradford. Wilber Welch of S. Ryegate. Ages eligible are entering Miss Welch was graduated kindergarten through 4th from Blue Mountain Union , -.k. HOME BUILDING CENTER grade (completed grade), School and attended Vermont ELY, VERMONT (802) 333-4381 This year's theme is "God's Technical College in Ran- Happy People." dolph. She is employed at DON'r MISS THE SPRING CARLOAD SAII! Registrations may be made Knapp's Family Restaurant of by calling 222-9367, or 222-4562 Barre. i ' in the evening. Her fiancee was graduated from Blue Mountain Union and works on the family farm Rau/Araya in S. Ryegate. An outdoor wedding comes back ceremony is planned for Sept. 12, 1981, on the summit of the CALL COLLECT FOR DETAILS: 10002-333438] .for a visit family farm. BRADFORD--Raul Araya, former American Field BOOK BARGAINS Service student from Argentina, has been visiting' Irene Starace, his host mother in 1979. Since Irene saw him last, Raulhasfulfllledhistwo-year Our tables in front of the store obligation in the army and is, now attending the university, and inside the store While in Bradford, Raul has been doing a lot of studying, are bulging with good deals like this: visiting old friends, and playing soccer on the Tri Measured drawings, floor plans, and cross- Town Toyota team. sections. Practical, affordable, and some advice on simple living tells all yon need to know to build your own retreat from u simple franted tent to a five-room family cabin. Plus information on fireplaces, ' oa furnishings, cooking and more- 115  The Dartmouth Bookstore _ (()ILJLjl ii ()) Hanover, New Hampshire 03755 Tel 603-643 3616 - Moo. thin S00t: S.00O- 5:00