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Page 0-The Journal Opinion-August 19, 1981 ' Social DIAMONDS WATCHES We Repair ACCUTRON, TIMEX. and A;i Makes. _H A_SK_E L L J ,EWELERS Littleton, NH 03561  i003) 444-3351 J ST. MARTINS FAIRLEE--Father Jose Vilar will celebrate summer eucharist at St. Martins Chapel on Lake Morey Rd. East in Fairlee at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 23. Largest selection of calicos in Upper Quilting Valley Buttrick Supplies patterns including hoops New Christmas Placema! prints Kits are in Store Hours Tues.-Thurs, 10-5:30 Frl. 10-8 Sat. 10-5 _w Service at OLD GOSHEN CHURCH GOSHENROAD, BRADFORD The Rev. Doris Rickert will conduct a Vesper Service August 30 at 4:30 P.M. This service will he open to all and anyone interested in singing with the choir. Please come by 4:00. _ _ [lill _ " -- _ ...... Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Vaughan Patti S. Paige is wed to Robert A. Vaughan POST MILLS -- Miss Patti S. Paige, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Paige of Thetford Center, and Mr. Robert A. Vaughan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vaughan of S. Ryegate, were married Aug. 14 in the Post Mills Congregational Church. Rev. Charles Piggot officiated at the double ring, candlelight ceremony. Organist was Jean Jersey and soloist David Harrison. The bride wore a renaissance style gown with pointed waistline, lace-up front of ivory satin eyelet with over jacket of lace edged with seed pearls designed and made by the bride. Her headpiece was a wreath of peach, ivory and blue silk flowers with Ivory ribbons, trailing down the back. She carried a bouquet of real and silk ivory, peach and blue flowers arranged in a cascade of ivy with a candle in the center. Matron of honor was Mrs. Debra Jay of Bradford. Vaughan of S. Ryegate, brother of the groom. Ushers were Brewster Thurston of S. Newbury and Morgan Paige of Haverhill, brother of the bride. A reception followed at Echo Valley with the North Country Band entertaining. The reception was catered by Diane Stone and served by Rebecca Paige and Tammy Vaughan. The cake, made by the mother of the bride, was cut by Jackie Bailey and Wanita Paige. The guest book was attended by Elaine Beaudoin and Debra Vaughan. The couple took a wedding trip to Bar Harbor, Maine. The bride is a 1979 graduate of Thetford Academy and attended Johnson State College. She is employed at Channel Textile Co., Inc., of Bradford in the color department. The groom is a 1977 graduate of Oxbow High School and spent three years in the Army at Darmstadt, and Mrs. M. Martha Betts of Thetford Center. Best man was Stewart Press in the mailing depar- tment. The couple will reside in Bradford. The Evangelical Free Church believes: "That the shed blood of 1esus Christ and His resurrection provide the only ground for }ustiflcation and salvation for all who believe, and only such as receive Jesus Christ are born of the Holy Spirit, and thus become children of God." Hear a discussion of the new birth at: lln00onl ha00iml Free Ckurck . V, -r,hil) ,vo' ice I I :UO Hq)tTE 5 Sunday hool 9:45 I,()WEi{ PI.AIN Bill ,Vick. M. I)iv., Pastor i IC--I = l Silver Anniversary celebrated by Youngs E. CORINTH--Mr. and Mrs. Neff Young were honored Aug. 9 with an Open House at their home to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. More than two hundred guests at- tended. The anniversary cake was made by Mrs. Wesley ( Blanche Carpenter) Jewell of Springfield, who also made their wedding cake a quarter century ago. It was served by members of their family. The livingroom of their home was decorated with flowers that were gifts from relatives and the Women's Fellowship of the E. Corinth church. They also received a pewter pitcher, other gifts, cards and money. Louise McKay of E. Top- sham and Nell Young of E. Corinth were married Aug. 11, Connval's Andersen Connection THE WINDOW TRAIN ANDERSEN WINDOWS AT 30% DISCOUNT You asked fe it. Another car load of Andersen Windows. " Tremendous savings. It's the only way to go. We will be ordering a carload of Andersen Windows and Glass Sliding Doors. You read the discount correctly -- 30 per cent ORDER NOW THROUGH AUGUST 22, 1981 Call or visit us for more specific information. Featuring-- HOME BUILDING CENTER ELY VERMONT (802) 333.4381 CALL COLLECT FOR DETAILS: 1302-333438] 19,56, in the Presbyterian Church in E. Topsham by Rev. Dr. Theophilus Taylor and Rev. Harold Franz. They have lived all their married life in E. Corinth where Mrs. Young operates a beauty shop in their home. Mr. Young was employed at the Bowen Hunter Bobbin Co. until it was destroyed by fire in 1967 after which he found work in Barre at the Dixie Bobbin Co. and later at Wells- Lamson. They are the parents of two daughters, Mrs. Michael (Nan) Bottiggi of Orleans and Joan of Newbury. Relatives attending from away were his sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Josephine) Lea of Brattleloro; and Mrs. Angeio Descrisants (Loraine Cilley  of Connecticut; her uncle and aunt; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mitchell of Newport; and friends, Mrs. Hazel Thomas, George Thomas and Mrs. Evelyn Barraby of Hartford, Vt., Mr. and Mrs. William Schnell and family, Warren, Conn., and 15 couples of their square dance friends. Many also came from nearby Vermont and New Hampshire towns. VA INFORMATION Q---I am buying a house with a Veterans Administration guaranteed home loan and have been told the closing costs will be relatively high. Can I include them in the amount of the loan? A--No. All closing costs must he paid by the Veteran from his own resources without borrowing. Nmm.*- Te St. Jb o Holy St. Jude, Apostle and Morfyr, greet m virtue oral rich in mcles, r=r kinsmen of Jesus Christ. faithful in- trcessOr of ol who invoke your speciol mtro in time of nd, to you I hove recoee frmll tee depth of my heart od hmbly 19 to whom God has given such greM power to oe to my ssiston Help me in my present 0nd urgent petition, In return, I promise to moke k. know, and ceose yootobe Soy three Our Fmher$, thr Hoil P,Ts ond Gk)dos. Ptdicmim must be vomised. St. Jud pray foe us and all invol you oid, Am. This Novene hm never been Imow to foil. ! hove hod my request gronted. Publicotion promised. M,$. Wednesday, Aug. 19 WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens luncheon, United Church of Christ vestry, serving at noon, reservations (802) 757-2206. Registration for degree students at the Community College of Vermont will he held April 19-21 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. in Montpelier (5 State St. ) and Barre ( 18 N. Main St. ). Thursday, Aug. 20 WARREN-WENTWORTH: Immunization clinic at Mt. Moosilauke Health Center, 1: 30-3:30 p.m. LYME: Well Child Clinic for Lyme, Lyme Center, Orford and Piermont pre-schoolers, Lyme Church, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Friday, Aug. 21 BRADFORD: Senior citizens luncheon, Oxbow Vocational Center, serving at 11:45 a.m. Reservations requested: (802) 222-4782. THETFORD HILL: Parish Players present "The No Name Revue" Friday and Saturday (Aug. 21-22) at Tbefford Grange, 8 p.m. Reserved seats $3.50, general admission $3. Saturday, Aug. 22 E. CORINTH: Old fashioned chicken pie supper, Union 36 School, Rte. 25, 5 p.m., adults $4, children under 12, $2. Sunday, Aug. 23 WELLS RIVER: Free Movies, "Digby--The World's Biggest Dog," plus Laurel and Hardy in "Night Owls," next door to laundromat, 7 p.m. FAIRLEE: Summer Eucharist at St. Martin's Chapel, Lake Morey Rd. East, Father Joe Vilar, 9:30 a.m. BRADFORD: Stop Smoking Clinic (Aug. 23-27), Bread of Life Natural Living Center, Rte. 5, Upper Plain, for in- formation ca 11222-4511. Monday, Aug. 24 WARREN-WENTWORTH: Mt. Moosilauke Health Center open 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-5 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 26 WELLS RIVER-NEWBURY: Community Health Services town nurse hypertension, weight and lung function clinic, 9 a.m.-12 noon at Wells River United Church of Christ and 1-4 p.m. at Bailey Memorial Club in Newbury. THETFORD HILL: Forest Insects nd Disease Program, speaker Ron Kelley of Vermont Dept. of Forests and Parks, Bicentennial Building, 8 p.m. Free admission. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Coutermarsh Donna McAUister wed to Barry Coutermarsh WOODSVILLE--Donna McAllister, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David E. McAllister of Woodsville, became the bride of Barry Coutermarsh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coutermarshof N. Hartland, in the Woedsville United Methodist Church Aug. 8th. Rev. William Shafer of. ficiated at the double ring ceremony. Escorted to the alter by her father, the bride selected a gown of chiffon and lace, accented with seed pearls and designed with a Queen Anne neckline, empire bodice, bishop sleeves and the full skirt edged with lace extended to a chapel length train. A matching headpiece held her fingertip veil of silk illusion bordered with lace. She carried her white Rainbow Bible topped with a dainty arrangement of peach and turquoise miniature car- nations, white sweetheart roses and Lily of the Valley. Mary Powden of White River Jct.. maid of honor, was attired in a peach colored gown and carried a colonial bouquet of pastel mixed summer flowers. Gowned in similar styled dresses of aqua and carrying matching flowers were the bridesmaids, Carol Brunelle of Concord and Louise Deschenes of Nashua. Mandy Limkemann of Galesburg, Ill.. and Brandon IAmkemann of Burlington, Iowa, cousins of the bride, served as flower girl and ring bearer. Ray Belair of White River Jct. served as best man. Ushering duties were carried out b/ Gary Phet- teplace of Grantham, N.H., and Norman Fountain of Bradford. and Lois Darby, organist. A reception followed at the Woodsville Elementary School and was catered by the Methodist Girls Club. The bride is a teacher at the Hartford Middle School, White River Jct. The groom is a civil engineer employed in Hanover. After a honeymoon trip to Hawaii, Mr. and Mrs. Coutermarsh will be at home in White River Jct. ENGAGED--Karen Locke is engaged to Anthony Stockman, both of Brad- ford. Karen Locke to wed Anthony Stockman BRADFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Harvey E Locke of Bradford have announced the engagement of their daughter, Karen Locke, to Anthony Stockman, son of Mr. Gerald Stockman of Bradford and Mrs. Connie Dawson of Bellows Falls. Miss Locke is a senior at Music during the ceremony Oxbow High School. Mr. was provided by Janet Stockman is in the Army. A Flanders of Norwich, soloist, june wedding is planned. GOLDEN WEDDINCr--Clark and Ernestine lngalls of N. Haverhill. Ingalls mark Golden Wedding N. HAVERHILL An open house was held Aug. 9 at the Ingalls' farm in N. Haverhill in honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of Clark and Ernestine Ingalls. More than 175 friends, relatives, co- workers and former em- ployees traveled from as far away as Texas to congratulate the couple. The first guest to arrive was Arthur Hill, a 78-year-old former employee who had driven from Rhode Island. The large number of former employees who attended reflects the fact that the Ingalls have lived throughout their married life on this farm, which was also Clark's birthplace. The anniversary cake was made by Priscilla Stoddard, a longtime friend of the Ingalls. After the initial cutting of the cake, it was served by members of the family and Jan Kinder. The guest book was presented by Clark and Ernestine's granddaughters. Clark and Ernestine were married in N. Thetford Aug. 10, 1931. They have four children, Shirley, William, Marjorie and Evangaline, and 11 grandchildren. Through the years, Clark has served as master of Pink Granite Grange, member .of Masonic Lodge 47 I(AM., director and president of the N. Haverhill Fair, and president of the New Ham- pshire State Fair Association, news by JUNE M. At the July 28 by Worthy Stowell, the first degrees were, candidate. A donation Camp Thrope. voted to share with Pomona to lecturer to the England ference in Mrs. Annie turer for Pomona for Eclipse. The family day was not very There seemed ::: other things going i same time. But was there seemed very good time. At the Aug. 11 was Neighbor's were 13 from The illness kept some ricers from Robert Howe of was the selectman of the Town of an IFYE Exchange Haverhill, member of P.C.A. 1978 in India. and F.L.B. of St. Johnsbury, and gave a very member and membership talk on the various chairman of Grafton County he stayed. Farm Bureau, and member of He told about the state Agricultural customs in the Advisory Board. Ernestine also has served as master of Pink Granite Grange, and as a 4-H leader, vice president of the New Hampshire Farm Bureau, and president of the Associated Women of the New Hampshire Farm Bureau, the North Haverhill Fair Association, the North Haverhill Girls Club, the Community Club, and the church women's society. She also was made an honorary member of the Young Farmers' Association. Clark and Ernestine have traveled throughout the world on poople-to-people goodwill tours. WHEN FIRE STRIKES Sleep with bedroom doors closed. If you suspect fire outside, feel the inside of the door with your hand. If the door is hot. DO NOT OPEN IT. Go to a window and summon aid. If smoke pours into the room under the door, stuff bedding or clothing into the opening. Summon help from your window and use the window as a secondary means of escape. religious sects ferent social castes. were beautiful and very interesting. also readings and a t At the next third and fourth he conferred. Post Mills wains in POST Guard Pvt. Clayton son of Mr. and MrS. Wilson St. of Post completed a mechanic course at Army Armor Knox, Ky. During the course, were trained engines, the fuel, hydraulic Army's They also learned t recovery per abandoned, Wilson is a 1980 Thetford Academy. Immunization required for MONTPELIER All Vermont school children, so that the can enter school students must be immunized to enter school this fall. A new law requiring im- munization before school entry in 1981 will protect school children from needlessly contracting preventable diseases. Dr. Lloyd F. Novick, Ver- mont State Health Com- missioner, stressed the im- portance of immunizing all Nancy Severance CCV director is nmned ST. JOHNSBURY-- Nancy Severance of Barre has receatly been named Director of the St. Johnsbury Office of the Community College of Vermont. Ms. Severance has been the Director of the college's operations in Washington and Orange counties since 1979 and her new appointment will add Caledonia County to her area of responsibility. Starting in September, the expanded Central Vermont Region of CCV will be offering a wide variety of courses in over a dozen different towns throughout the area. This region is one of three in the state and each year it serves more than 2,000 Central Vermonters who are taking courses, doing independent studies, or learning on the job. The college is open to all, and students may engage in single learning experiences, or they may work toward an associate degree. large number of measles Parents who have cases that have occurred in done so must the past do not again become a to the school problem in Vermont. can be enrolled. Because of an, active ira- "With munization campaign, few children to he Vermont school children before attending experienced measles to date fall (unless in 1981. This childhood disease medical, religiot can have serious con- reasons) we can sequences. In 1980 more than vaccine-preventable. 200 Vermont children had from our schoolsa measles, needless suffering, In response to the need to expenses and loSS prevent similar outbreaks in and work ti: the future the Vermont State be sure their Legislature passed a law immunized requiring all students in all opens in September, grades to have proof of ira- Dr. Novick. munization on file before they Mr. Mooselauke has new WENTWORTH--The long Mrs. Fraiseisa search for a visiting nurse to the Framingham serve this area ended last Nursing. She month when June Fraise, surgical floor R.N., joined the staff at Mt. years. She also Moosilauke Health Center. with a urologist Mrs. Fraise is the wife of internert and Robert Fraise, superintendent Home for the of the Warren Fish Hatchery. relatively short They came into town last been at Mr. August. has AUCTION CONSTG AUC']ON . GraTis field, Rt. 5, ralrleel Vt. SAIIRDAY- AUGS"r 22 ST)AI" AT 9 A.M, rAP.H HACR kas* Harrls 5O trsctor, very nice shapo! Fox' trctoJ* tratortv/ plov! [nt, tractor v/ buck*t, Hassey F*ruoa $' haotn** h vh*el yak.on, trailer plows t 3 bottom  pt, 2 bottom 3 pt hitch plov, lqutd t=uk, Tound pre= de body, hey foray mov*rs I n*v ts= hey eal huts saraPer blade, mover, chpper=, e. CON$1TION QUIPHNT X. TDR5 cral*r v/ 13 t, bl=d* w/ power shift & PO  1970 Hack di*s*l )gOO v/ roll baek body & vnh 1967 7 d, dump truck, }OJ 11 B doser w/ blad** ec. 1980 Vord P150 p/p, 1979 Dodge ltploMt, 1979 1%1 PI t' Ionoltn* 1972 Dod& 8 ft, /up v/ l, 1969 :[at, 17 0 v/ plot% 1977 Plymouth 4 dr,, pXus mmy my more HISC&JLXOUS Clnsav, garden tretor, :]O H.P. Vaconsln tooor, O 1,. motor, 2- 5 H.P. 3 pha=e motors, mohine bolt, t ee'e-- blacksmith benah & tool=, plus much Jch ,)ere. hls t a very mall 11st of wh=t there Ls o *,11, AI onsicrmts um be la on Friday- ^ust 21, Field vUl be open all day friday. proper tltlt Pepors ===st =ccompey all mhcl*l, 10,oo No ;le :tee Cdr6d, TEIS CASH OR aOOD CIgC LLmCH ON AUCTIOSt C,,GRA & SONS, NO**.S? 11'IORD, VTo 785-48 or 71B-:1161 Page 0-The Journal Opinion-August 19, 1981 ' Social DIAMONDS WATCHES We Repair ACCUTRON, TIMEX. and A;i Makes. _H A_SK_E L L J ,EWELERS Littleton, NH 03561  i003) 444-3351 J ST. MARTINS FAIRLEE--Father Jose Vilar will celebrate summer eucharist at St. Martins Chapel on Lake Morey Rd. East in Fairlee at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 23. Largest selection of calicos in Upper Quilting Valley Buttrick Supplies patterns including hoops New Christmas Placema! prints Kits are in Store Hours Tues.-Thurs, 10-5:30 Frl. 10-8 Sat. 10-5 _w Service at OLD GOSHEN CHURCH GOSHENROAD, BRADFORD The Rev. Doris Rickert will conduct a Vesper Service August 30 at 4:30 P.M. This service will he open to all and anyone interested in singing with the choir. Please come by 4:00. _ _ [lill _ " -- _ ...... Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Vaughan Patti S. Paige is wed to Robert A. Vaughan POST MILLS -- Miss Patti S. Paige, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Paige of Thetford Center, and Mr. Robert A. Vaughan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vaughan of S. Ryegate, were married Aug. 14 in the Post Mills Congregational Church. Rev. Charles Piggot officiated at the double ring, candlelight ceremony. Organist was Jean Jersey and soloist David Harrison. The bride wore a renaissance style gown with pointed waistline, lace-up front of ivory satin eyelet with over jacket of lace edged with seed pearls designed and made by the bride. Her headpiece was a wreath of peach, ivory and blue silk flowers with Ivory ribbons, trailing down the back. She carried a bouquet of real and silk ivory, peach and blue flowers arranged in a cascade of ivy with a candle in the center. Matron of honor was Mrs. Debra Jay of Bradford. Vaughan of S. Ryegate, brother of the groom. Ushers were Brewster Thurston of S. Newbury and Morgan Paige of Haverhill, brother of the bride. A reception followed at Echo Valley with the North Country Band entertaining. The reception was catered by Diane Stone and served by Rebecca Paige and Tammy Vaughan. The cake, made by the mother of the bride, was cut by Jackie Bailey and Wanita Paige. The guest book was attended by Elaine Beaudoin and Debra Vaughan. The couple took a wedding trip to Bar Harbor, Maine. The bride is a 1979 graduate of Thetford Academy and attended Johnson State College. She is employed at Channel Textile Co., Inc., of Bradford in the color department. The groom is a 1977 graduate of Oxbow High School and spent three years in the Army at Darmstadt, and Mrs. M. Martha Betts of Thetford Center. Best man was Stewart Press in the mailing depar- tment. The couple will reside in Bradford. The Evangelical Free Church believes: "That the shed blood of 1esus Christ and His resurrection provide the only ground for }ustiflcation and salvation for all who believe, and only such as receive Jesus Christ are born of the Holy Spirit, and thus become children of God." Hear a discussion of the new birth at: lln00onl ha00iml Free Ckurck . V, -r,hil) ,vo' ice I I :UO Hq)tTE 5 Sunday hool 9:45 I,()WEi{ PI.AIN Bill ,Vick. M. I)iv., Pastor i IC--I = l Silver Anniversary celebrated by Youngs E. CORINTH--Mr. and Mrs. Neff Young were honored Aug. 9 with an Open House at their home to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. More than two hundred guests at- tended. The anniversary cake was made by Mrs. Wesley ( Blanche Carpenter) Jewell of Springfield, who also made their wedding cake a quarter century ago. It was served by members of their family. The livingroom of their home was decorated with flowers that were gifts from relatives and the Women's Fellowship of the E. Corinth church. They also received a pewter pitcher, other gifts, cards and money. Louise McKay of E. Top- sham and Nell Young of E. Corinth were married Aug. 11, Connval's Andersen Connection THE WINDOW TRAIN ANDERSEN WINDOWS AT 30% DISCOUNT You asked fe it. Another car load of Andersen Windows. " Tremendous savings. It's the only way to go. We will be ordering a carload of Andersen Windows and Glass Sliding Doors. You read the discount correctly -- 30 per cent ORDER NOW THROUGH AUGUST 22, 1981 Call or visit us for more specific information. Featuring-- HOME BUILDING CENTER ELY VERMONT (802) 333.4381 CALL COLLECT FOR DETAILS: 1302-333438] 19,56, in the Presbyterian Church in E. Topsham by Rev. Dr. Theophilus Taylor and Rev. Harold Franz. They have lived all their married life in E. Corinth where Mrs. Young operates a beauty shop in their home. Mr. Young was employed at the Bowen Hunter Bobbin Co. until it was destroyed by fire in 1967 after which he found work in Barre at the Dixie Bobbin Co. and later at Wells- Lamson. They are the parents of two daughters, Mrs. Michael (Nan) Bottiggi of Orleans and Joan of Newbury. Relatives attending from away were his sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Josephine) Lea of Brattleloro; and Mrs. Angeio Descrisants (Loraine Cilley  of Connecticut; her uncle and aunt; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mitchell of Newport; and friends, Mrs. Hazel Thomas, George Thomas and Mrs. Evelyn Barraby of Hartford, Vt., Mr. and Mrs. William Schnell and family, Warren, Conn., and 15 couples of their square dance friends. Many also came from nearby Vermont and New Hampshire towns. VA INFORMATION Q---I am buying a house with a Veterans Administration guaranteed home loan and have been told the closing costs will be relatively high. Can I include them in the amount of the loan? A--No. All closing costs must he paid by the Veteran from his own resources without borrowing. Nmm.*- Te St. Jb o Holy St. Jude, Apostle and Morfyr, greet m virtue oral rich in mcles, r=r kinsmen of Jesus Christ. faithful in- trcessOr of ol who invoke your speciol mtro in time of nd, to you I hove recoee frmll tee depth of my heart od hmbly 19 to whom God has given such greM power to oe to my ssiston Help me in my present 0nd urgent petition, In return, I promise to moke k. know, and ceose yootobe Soy three Our Fmher$, thr Hoil P,Ts ond Gk)dos. Ptdicmim must be vomised. St. Jud pray foe us and all invol you oid, Am. This Novene hm never been Imow to foil. ! hove hod my request gronted. Publicotion promised. M,$. Wednesday, Aug. 19 WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens luncheon, United Church of Christ vestry, serving at noon, reservations (802) 757-2206. Registration for degree students at the Community College of Vermont will he held April 19-21 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. in Montpelier (5 State St. ) and Barre ( 18 N. Main St. ). Thursday, Aug. 20 WARREN-WENTWORTH: Immunization clinic at Mt. Moosilauke Health Center, 1: 30-3:30 p.m. LYME: Well Child Clinic for Lyme, Lyme Center, Orford and Piermont pre-schoolers, Lyme Church, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Friday, Aug. 21 BRADFORD: Senior citizens luncheon, Oxbow Vocational Center, serving at 11:45 a.m. Reservations requested: (802) 222-4782. THETFORD HILL: Parish Players present "The No Name Revue" Friday and Saturday (Aug. 21-22) at Tbefford Grange, 8 p.m. Reserved seats $3.50, general admission $3. Saturday, Aug. 22 E. CORINTH: Old fashioned chicken pie supper, Union 36 School, Rte. 25, 5 p.m., adults $4, children under 12, $2. Sunday, Aug. 23 WELLS RIVER: Free Movies, "Digby--The World's Biggest Dog," plus Laurel and Hardy in "Night Owls," next door to laundromat, 7 p.m. FAIRLEE: Summer Eucharist at St. Martin's Chapel, Lake Morey Rd. East, Father Joe Vilar, 9:30 a.m. BRADFORD: Stop Smoking Clinic (Aug. 23-27), Bread of Life Natural Living Center, Rte. 5, Upper Plain, for in- formation ca 11222-4511. Monday, Aug. 24 WARREN-WENTWORTH: Mt. Moosilauke Health Center open 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-5 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 26 WELLS RIVER-NEWBURY: Community Health Services town nurse hypertension, weight and lung function clinic, 9 a.m.-12 noon at Wells River United Church of Christ and 1-4 p.m. at Bailey Memorial Club in Newbury. THETFORD HILL: Forest Insects nd Disease Program, speaker Ron Kelley of Vermont Dept. of Forests and Parks, Bicentennial Building, 8 p.m. Free admission. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Coutermarsh Donna McAUister wed to Barry Coutermarsh WOODSVILLE--Donna McAllister, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David E. McAllister of Woodsville, became the bride of Barry Coutermarsh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coutermarshof N. Hartland, in the Woedsville United Methodist Church Aug. 8th. Rev. William Shafer of. ficiated at the double ring ceremony. Escorted to the alter by her father, the bride selected a gown of chiffon and lace, accented with seed pearls and designed with a Queen Anne neckline, empire bodice, bishop sleeves and the full skirt edged with lace extended to a chapel length train. A matching headpiece held her fingertip veil of silk illusion bordered with lace. She carried her white Rainbow Bible topped with a dainty arrangement of peach and turquoise miniature car- nations, white sweetheart roses and Lily of the Valley. Mary Powden of White River Jct.. maid of honor, was attired in a peach colored gown and carried a colonial bouquet of pastel mixed summer flowers. Gowned in similar styled dresses of aqua and carrying matching flowers were the bridesmaids, Carol Brunelle of Concord and Louise Deschenes of Nashua. Mandy Limkemann of Galesburg, Ill.. and Brandon IAmkemann of Burlington, Iowa, cousins of the bride, served as flower girl and ring bearer. Ray Belair of White River Jct. served as best man. Ushering duties were carried out b/ Gary Phet- teplace of Grantham, N.H., and Norman Fountain of Bradford. and Lois Darby, organist. A reception followed at the Woodsville Elementary School and was catered by the Methodist Girls Club. The bride is a teacher at the Hartford Middle School, White River Jct. The groom is a civil engineer employed in Hanover. After a honeymoon trip to Hawaii, Mr. and Mrs. Coutermarsh will be at home in White River Jct. ENGAGED--Karen Locke is engaged to Anthony Stockman, both of Brad- ford. Karen Locke to wed Anthony Stockman BRADFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Harvey E Locke of Bradford have announced the engagement of their daughter, Karen Locke, to Anthony Stockman, son of Mr. Gerald Stockman of Bradford and Mrs. Connie Dawson of Bellows Falls. Miss Locke is a senior at Music during the ceremony Oxbow High School. Mr. was provided by Janet Stockman is in the Army. A Flanders of Norwich, soloist, june wedding is planned. GOLDEN WEDDINCr--Clark and Ernestine lngalls of N. Haverhill. Ingalls mark Golden Wedding N. HAVERHILL An open house was held Aug. 9 at the Ingalls' farm in N. Haverhill in honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of Clark and Ernestine Ingalls. More than 175 friends, relatives, co- workers and former em- ployees traveled from as far away as Texas to congratulate the couple. The first guest to arrive was Arthur Hill, a 78-year-old former employee who had driven from Rhode Island. The large number of former employees who attended reflects the fact that the Ingalls have lived throughout their married life on this farm, which was also Clark's birthplace. The anniversary cake was made by Priscilla Stoddard, a longtime friend of the Ingalls. After the initial cutting of the cake, it was served by members of the family and Jan Kinder. The guest book was presented by Clark and Ernestine's granddaughters. Clark and Ernestine were married in N. Thetford Aug. 10, 1931. They have four children, Shirley, William, Marjorie and Evangaline, and 11 grandchildren. Through the years, Clark has served as master of Pink Granite Grange, member .of Masonic Lodge 47 I(AM., director and president of the N. Haverhill Fair, and president of the New Ham- pshire State Fair Association, news by JUNE M. At the July 28 by Worthy Stowell, the first degrees were, candidate. A donation Camp Thrope. voted to share with Pomona to lecturer to the England ference in Mrs. Annie turer for Pomona for Eclipse. The family day was not very There seemed ::: other things going i same time. But was there seemed very good time. At the Aug. 11 was Neighbor's were 13 from The illness kept some ricers from Robert Howe of was the selectman of the Town of an IFYE Exchange Haverhill, member of P.C.A. 1978 in India. and F.L.B. of St. Johnsbury, and gave a very member and membership talk on the various chairman of Grafton County he stayed. Farm Bureau, and member of He told about the state Agricultural customs in the Advisory Board. Ernestine also has served as master of Pink Granite Grange, and as a 4-H leader, vice president of the New Hampshire Farm Bureau, and president of the Associated Women of the New Hampshire Farm Bureau, the North Haverhill Fair Association, the North Haverhill Girls Club, the Community Club, and the church women's society. She also was made an honorary member of the Young Farmers' Association. Clark and Ernestine have traveled throughout the world on poople-to-people goodwill tours. WHEN FIRE STRIKES Sleep with bedroom doors closed. If you suspect fire outside, feel the inside of the door with your hand. If the door is hot. DO NOT OPEN IT. Go to a window and summon aid. If smoke pours into the room under the door, stuff bedding or clothing into the opening. Summon help from your window and use the window as a secondary means of escape. religious sects ferent social castes. were beautiful and very interesting. also readings and a t At the next third and fourth he conferred. Post Mills wains in POST Guard Pvt. Clayton son of Mr. and MrS. Wilson St. of Post completed a mechanic course at Army Armor Knox, Ky. During the course, were trained engines, the fuel, hydraulic Army's They also learned t recovery per abandoned, Wilson is a 1980 Thetford Academy. Immunization required for MONTPELIER All Vermont school children, so that the can enter school students must be immunized to enter school this fall. A new law requiring im- munization before school entry in 1981 will protect school children from needlessly contracting preventable diseases. Dr. Lloyd F. Novick, Ver- mont State Health Com- missioner, stressed the im- portance of immunizing all Nancy Severance CCV director is nmned ST. JOHNSBURY-- Nancy Severance of Barre has receatly been named Director of the St. Johnsbury Office of the Community College of Vermont. Ms. Severance has been the Director of the college's operations in Washington and Orange counties since 1979 and her new appointment will add Caledonia County to her area of responsibility. Starting in September, the expanded Central Vermont Region of CCV will be offering a wide variety of courses in over a dozen different towns throughout the area. This region is one of three in the state and each year it serves more than 2,000 Central Vermonters who are taking courses, doing independent studies, or learning on the job. The college is open to all, and students may engage in single learning experiences, or they may work toward an associate degree. large number of measles Parents who have cases that have occurred in done so must the past do not again become a to the school problem in Vermont. can be enrolled. Because of an, active ira- "With munization campaign, few children to he Vermont school children before attending experienced measles to date fall (unless in 1981. This childhood disease medical, religiot can have serious con- reasons) we can sequences. In 1980 more than vaccine-preventable. 200 Vermont children had from our schoolsa measles, needless suffering, In response to the need to expenses and loSS prevent similar outbreaks in and work ti: the future the Vermont State be sure their Legislature passed a law immunized requiring all students in all opens in September, grades to have proof of ira- Dr. Novick. munization on file before they Mr. Mooselauke has new WENTWORTH--The long Mrs. Fraiseisa search for a visiting nurse to the Framingham serve this area ended last Nursing. She month when June Fraise, surgical floor R.N., joined the staff at Mt. years. She also Moosilauke Health Center. with a urologist Mrs. Fraise is the wife of internert and Robert Fraise, superintendent Home for the of the Warren Fish Hatchery. relatively short They came into town last been at Mr. August. has AUCTION CONSTG AUC']ON . GraTis field, Rt. 5, ralrleel Vt. SAIIRDAY- AUGS"r 22 ST)AI" AT 9 A.M, rAP.H HACR kas* Harrls 5O trsctor, very nice shapo! Fox' trctoJ* tratortv/ plov! [nt, tractor v/ buck*t, Hassey F*ruoa $' haotn** h vh*el yak.on, trailer plows t 3 bottom  pt, 2 bottom 3 pt hitch plov, lqutd t=uk, Tound pre= de body, hey foray mov*rs I n*v ts= hey eal huts saraPer blade, mover, chpper=, e. CON$1TION QUIPHNT X. TDR5 cral*r v/ 13 t, bl=d* w/ power shift & PO  1970 Hack di*s*l )gOO v/ roll baek body & vnh 1967 7 d, dump truck, }OJ 11 B doser w/ blad** ec. 1980 Vord P150 p/p, 1979 Dodge ltploMt, 1979 1%1 PI t' Ionoltn* 1972 Dod& 8 ft, /up v/ l, 1969 :[at, 17 0 v/ plot% 1977 Plymouth 4 dr,, pXus mmy my more HISC&JLXOUS Clnsav, garden tretor, :]O H.P. Vaconsln tooor, O 1,. motor, 2- 5 H.P. 3 pha=e motors, mohine bolt, t ee'e-- blacksmith benah & tool=, plus much Jch ,)ere. hls t a very mall 11st of wh=t there Ls o *,11, AI onsicrmts um be la on Friday- ^ust 21, Field vUl be open all day friday. proper tltlt Pepors ===st =ccompey all mhcl*l, 10,oo No ;le :tee Cdr6d, TEIS CASH OR aOOD CIgC LLmCH ON AUCTIOSt C,,GRA & SONS, NO**.S? 11'IORD, VTo 785-48 or 71B-:1161