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September I, 1982-The Journal Opinion.Page 3 Stephen and Elaine Fournier WOODSVI I,I.E Tile Cot rage ltospilal Ambulance Service has an- months training that began in nounced the addition at 14 new ,January. volunteers from area towns to The volunteers are listed their group making a total of 51 active volunteers These volunteers make up the service which is a non- profit, tax exempt and in- depdent organization. These trained volunteers and lhe cooperation between f Emergenc00" Service L Social0000 gets new volunteers "l'he(ottage actively served since the David Ilsley, Sandra lnger- ]00egistration'oe00rlns,._ Volunteer completion of their three son, Doris Kennedy, Joseph ' Rossi, Jacki Rodiman, Dawn Smith, Harold Taylor Jr., .i pr .fall SLL courses them and Cottage ltospital's staff results in the best possible care for area residents during emergencies, said a vohmteer spokesman. Ambulance vohmteers work in pairs for shifts varying ti" e Fourmer" wed frmfurhurstt6hurs Step he n Dame h' St. Josep s '.Church in Woodsville setting for the of Elaine Marie "daughter of Mr. and of :, to and Mrs. Richard ring ceremony on Saturday, at 11:00 a.m., per- the Rev. Roger m marriage by her bride wore a gown al with lace and appliques ac- the sweetheart fitted bodice. The bishop ;leaves length train. enhanced the skirt  headpiece held her .ngth veil of silk with lace. She a cascade bouquet of daisies, stephanotis, carnations, and was matron for her sister in a gown of blue polyester knit which was softly bloused with an embroidered lace illusion yoke and madarin collar. Her matching hat was trimmed with satin ribbon and silk flowers. She carried miniature carnations, daisies and baby's breath. Similarly attired in apricot were the other attendants, Debra Fournier of Concord, Brenda Fournier and Shirley Fournier of Woodsville, all sisters of the bride, and Becky Dame, sister of the bridegroom of Manchester. They carried bouquets of apricot miniature carnations, daisies and baby's breath. , Serving as best man was Rick Trudeau of Manchester. Ushers were Bob Fagnant of Woodsville, Robert Bagonzi of Dover, Vern Levertier of Manchester, and Tim Dame, brother of the groom, of Manchester. Monica Bixby of Lyn- danville was. flowergirl and Robby and Christopher Fagnant, nephews of the bride were ring bearers. Music for the nuptials was provided by organist, Ethel Cooper and soloist Carl Champagne. Following a reception at the 111 Club in Woodsville, the couple left on a honeymoon to Hampton Beach and will return to make their home in Manchester. depending on their preference. The service remains on call 24 hours every day a t 1-603-717-333 I. The 14 new volunteers have WELL LING !i!ii iiii00:!ii00i!:i! , iii:i! ! :i : ! L00ili00:00! j beh)w by town. Lisbon -- Tom Andross; Newbury -- Doris Allen and John Webster (director) ; Groton -- Beth Austin, Steve Austin, Earlene Houghton, Pam Smith, Lori Wright and Dean Page (director) ; Ryegate -- Jean Beckley, Barbara Frost, Don Stapelfeld (director), and Susan Stapelfeld: Bath -- Theresa Belyea, Sue Driscoll, Ann Joy, Carleton Lang, Alden Minot (director), Betty Minor and Dawn Sousa ; Bradford -- Joe Button, Lucia Button, Wayne Chalmers and Barbara Wakefield; Woodsville-- John Cobb, Peter Gould, Richard Guy (director), Jay Holden, Janet Tegu, Jose Torres and Brenda White. Enfield, Nit. i -- tlerbert Coutermarsh. No. tlaverhill -- Hichelle Demers, Mark Fagnant, Dennis Fournier, Doug ttenson, Rick Henson, Rich Kinder, Jan Kinder (director), Nancy Overton, Bea Smith and Rosemary Wilson. Haverhill -- Tom Estill, Dr. David Frechette (medical advisor), Norma Lavoie (treasurer), and Irene Lewis; Warren -- Donald Bagley, Thomas Hight and Alan Shortt (director) ; Monroe -- Denise Leafe and Gall Warner (director); Piermont -- Lorraine Bush and Kevin Stone; Benton -- Nancy Bolton (director) ; Littleton -- Peter Spinelli. NEW GRANITE SIGN ERECTED-- Mr. Clyde Davidson, owner of the C.R. Davidson Company of S. Ryegate stands before the granite sign that he donated to Cottage Hospital. The beautiful piece of granite was installed personally by Mr. Davidson. The trustees and staff of Cottage Hospital appreciated the generous gift by Mr. Davidson and also Kenneth Brown, Brown's Concrete Products, for the concrete footing and use of the forklift truck to move and set the sign. Also making the sign possible were the Woodsville Water and Light for tree removal and wiring, and Rick Henson, Glazer Hollow Nursery, for the landscaping. Jeanette Ford completes Army leadership work FREE ESTIMATE BRADFORD-- Jeanette L. during the summer between Ford, daughter of Mary E. their junior and senior years WRITE Ford of Bradford received in college. NG. 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE wTER iNSTALLED practical work in military The successful completion E leadership at the Army ROTC of the advanced camp and Advanced Camp at Fort graduation from their Bragg, N.C. respective college or N I training university will result in the The six-week in- eludes instruction in first aid, student's being commissioned Well Co. communications, a second lieutenant in the marksmanship, orienteering, active Army or the U.S. Army V,t, D,,e weapons systems, defensive Reserveor NationalGuard. B,e v, and offensive tactics, Ford is a student at the -126 4832 reconnaissance techniques University of Vermont in EXPERIENCE and other areas. Burlington. Most cadets fulfill their advanced camp requirement A lAIN NEW KOOL-AID RECIPE i Brand 2 tablespoons sugar )rink f/4 cup wafer ,any flavor 3/4 cup milk soft dflnk mix ar sugar in water in gloss. Silt in milk. Once or chill and stir before serving. Makes 'I cup WEST FAIRI,EE SCHOOL BOARD WEST FAIRLEE-- There will be a meeting of the West Fairlee School Board on Wednesday, Sept. 1, at the West Fairlee Elementary School. The meeting, scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m., is open to the public. INTERESTING FACT The average cat usually does best on two small meals than on one large one. Stephen Lackie Local student accepted to Technical College WOODSVILLE-- stephen tackle has been accepted to Vermont Technical College in Randolph Center, Vermont for the 1982-82 academic year. Stephen, who will be enrolled in the Dairy Farm Management program at Vermont Technical College is the son of Harry and Rita Lackie. Stephen will graduate from Woodsville High School on June 1982. Street ndromat INTERESTING FACT About the year 1500, the Aztec city on the site of present-day Mexico City had an estimated 100,000 people. Mr. Maytag Says, QUOTE Keep America Strong, With "An acquaintance is a ' The "BondA Month Plan" person we know well enough to borrow from but not well I Timothy and Loretta Gray Loretta Fifield weds Timothy Gray STRAFFORD-- Loretta was the best man. Yvonne Fifield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Derek and Norma Fifield of Bradenton, Fla., became the bride of Timothy Gray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert and Rebecca Gray of E. Thetford, at a candlelight, double-ring ceremony in Stratford on August 21. The ceremony was per- formed by the Rev. Arthur Bagley at the Universalist Church in Strafford. The bride wore a gown of silk and chiffon; the top with silk and lace overlay, the sleeves were chiffon with an overlay of lace flowers. The gown had a chapel train and a victorian neckline. She carried a silk arrangement of white roses and blue-tinted miniature carnations. The matron of honor was Laurie Carpenter of E. Thetford. The bridesmaids were Karen Vaughn of N. Thetford, Penny Johnson of West Fairlee, and Michele Fifield of Thetford Center. Jeff Hedge, of Stratford, The flower girl was Evelyn Fifield of Bradenton, Fla., and the ring bearer was Jeremy Cramer of Fairlee. Ushers for the ceremony were Randy Carpenter of Thetford Center, Mark Fifield of Thetford Center, and Troy Gray of E. Thetford. Gall and Christine Roberts, of West Fairlee, lit the can- dies. Following the church wedding, a reception was held at Barrett Hall in Stratford, where a light buffet was served. Music at the reception was provided by the Country Express Band. And, after a full day of wedding festivities, the couple left for a wedding trip to Lake George in New .York, retur- ning later to their new home in E. Thetford. Loretta is a 1980 graduate of Thetford Academy. Timothy also graduated from Thetford Academy in 1980 and presently is em- ployed with C.W. Gray and Sons in E. Thetford. Bardnon Collie smdenm named ' GROTON-- Deborah L. Vt., has achieved Dean's List Houghton, daughter of Mrs. standing for the Spring Earlene Houghton of Groton, semester at Barrington ,OF EVENTS -i Wednesday, pt. 1 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. Friday, Sept. 3 ST. JOHNSBURY: Bill Monroe Concert, Bluegrass music at Fuller Hall, 8:00 p.m. Reduced price tickets. BRADFORD: Senior Citizens Imncheon at the Oxbow Vocational Center serving at 11:45 a.m. For reservations call 222-4782. Saturday, Sept. 4 PIERMONT: Book and Rummage Sale, Piermont Library, 10:00a.m. W. TOPSHAM: Flea Market, Grange Hall Field, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00p.m. ORFORD: Library Open House, Orford Social Library, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00a.m. PIERMONT: Peaked Mountain Bicycle Club, meeting at 10:00 a.m. at the post office, 50 mile loop via E. Corinth, Groton, and Wells River. Monday, Sept. 6 E. THETFORD: Chicken Barbecue, Gray's Field, starting at 2:00p.m. HAVERHILL: Peaked Mountain Bicycle Club, meet 8:00 a.m. on the green, 50-mile ride to Franconia. Wednesday, Sept. 8 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry servingat noon. For reservations call 757-2206. NORWICH: Dance classes begin at the Whirligig Dance Studio. Come !n & Sign Up ..... enoughtolendto." lll US! We Will Give Away A Ambroise Bierce ZZZ-SZZ2 m ZZZ-47006 I s00o.oo II .------.- Savings Bond . .:=:=. Owlr@ TO Be HeM The End Tuesday i 1 n. __ Of ch Month A 5:00 P.M. " " D You Do Not Have To Be Preaeat To Win 1 I I Palmer ers ry : )u V , ,  :OR MINOR ITCHES I t I FACILITY ' ' "Oy 800THING MUS l --J   ......... =------ . L,'   ) Phone 444-2742 Coil ,affect. McLAM's STORE, E. Corinth, Vt. ;' i" ]: BATH VARETY STORE, Bath, N.H. ORFOROVILLE STORE, Orfordviile, N.H. UeaDnOM00t CLEANERS GOTON CIRAL STOR, Croton, Vt. Located Next To Tuck Press ' .... Your complete lothiml care center SOUTH RYE6ATE STORE, South Ryegote, VI. On Street B,veen Woodil/ Banks WARM- CLEAN For pick-up and delivery service WESTERN AUTOSTOR, Bodlord, Vt. MERRILLS' INSURANCE OFFICE, Lisbon. N.N. College in Barrington, RJ. Daniel G. Fiske, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Fiske of S. Ryegate, Vt., has also achieved Honors List standing for the Spring semester at Barrington College. In order to be named to the Dean's List, a student must be enrolled full-time and must earn at least a 3.20 grade point average for the semester. Barrington College is a four- year Christian liberal arts college offering 18 fields of study leading to a bac- calaureate or associate degree. INTERESTING FACT Mickey Mouse was created in 1928. ALL YOU NEED FOR MINOR ITCHES AND RASHES. Y SOOTHING MUSIC ; WHILE YOU WASH| LITTLETON-- Registrations The School for Lifelong are being accepted for the 22 Learning, a branch of the courses scheduled in the University System of New Littleton area this fall by the Hampshire, offers Associate's School for Lifelong Learning. and Bachelor's degree The classes, which begin in programs. Classes are also mid-September, include such open to anyonewith a personal topics as Introduction to or professional interest in the Printmaking, Applied Botany, subject area. Managerial Control, Nutrition For further information, in Health and Disease, contact Dottle Anderson at Introduction to Anthropology, 444-3439 or 752-4224, or visit the and Behavior in School for Lifelong Learning Organizations. In addition, office at the Community certificate programs in House on Main Street in computer literacy, paralegal Littleton. studies, and child care are being offered this fall. I I IIII I DIAMONDS SYMBOLS" OF LOVE POISE S. F. MeA///ste, Quality Jewelers Since 1923 Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 747 3482 I I The Evangelical Free Church believes: "In the bodily resurrection of the dead; of the believer to everlasting blessed- ness and joy with the Lord, of the unbeliever to iudgment and everlasting conscious punishment." Preparation for a future life begins by an acceptance of ]esus Christ as personal Savior. You Can hear more about/esus Christ at: BroMo Evangelical Free Churc Worship Service I1:00 Sunday School 9:45 ROUTE 5 LOWER PLAIN Bill Wick, M. Div., Pastor (802) 222-9021 _ BACK TO SCHOOL! PACK IN SPECIAL SAVINGS OF 25% to 407. off* Pack in special savings on CROSS COUNTRY"' Mi'x n' Match Luggage by American Tourister. Molded classics and soft sided nylon rend setters Mix n' Match in the smartes shapes, sizes and colors on campus SAVE !* " " Somple sovings are illustroted, Comparobie savings are available in a wide range of styles, sizes and colors. A. 14" Shoulder Tote I. 2 Club Tote Reg. $51.00  NOW $0.60 Reg. $.66.00  NOW t19,SO C, 24" Suitcase O. 30 Suitcase w/wheels Recj, $'06.00--NON$7@.SO Reg. $159.00--N(N$119'2S -- -- |. 45 Garment Bag i l St. Johnsbury, VL * Woodnle, N.H. I I lk "On suggeld rwl'oil prices r 1982 American Toutiste, Inc,. A Hilenbrand Industries Company September I, 1982-The Journal Opinion.Page 3 Stephen and Elaine Fournier WOODSVI I,I.E Tile Cot rage ltospilal Ambulance Service has an- months training that began in nounced the addition at 14 new ,January. volunteers from area towns to The volunteers are listed their group making a total of 51 active volunteers These volunteers make up the service which is a non- profit, tax exempt and in- depdent organization. These trained volunteers and lhe cooperation between f Emergenc00" Service L Social0000 gets new volunteers "l'he(ottage actively served since the David Ilsley, Sandra lnger- ]00egistration'oe00rlns,._ Volunteer completion of their three son, Doris Kennedy, Joseph ' Rossi, Jacki Rodiman, Dawn Smith, Harold Taylor Jr., .i pr .fall SLL courses them and Cottage ltospital's staff results in the best possible care for area residents during emergencies, said a vohmteer spokesman. Ambulance vohmteers work in pairs for shifts varying ti" e Fourmer" wed frmfurhurstt6hurs Step he n Dame h' St. Josep s '.Church in Woodsville setting for the of Elaine Marie "daughter of Mr. and of :, to and Mrs. Richard ring ceremony on Saturday, at 11:00 a.m., per- the Rev. Roger m marriage by her bride wore a gown al with lace and appliques ac- the sweetheart fitted bodice. The bishop ;leaves length train. enhanced the skirt  headpiece held her .ngth veil of silk with lace. She a cascade bouquet of daisies, stephanotis, carnations, and was matron for her sister in a gown of blue polyester knit which was softly bloused with an embroidered lace illusion yoke and madarin collar. Her matching hat was trimmed with satin ribbon and silk flowers. She carried miniature carnations, daisies and baby's breath. Similarly attired in apricot were the other attendants, Debra Fournier of Concord, Brenda Fournier and Shirley Fournier of Woodsville, all sisters of the bride, and Becky Dame, sister of the bridegroom of Manchester. They carried bouquets of apricot miniature carnations, daisies and baby's breath. , Serving as best man was Rick Trudeau of Manchester. Ushers were Bob Fagnant of Woodsville, Robert Bagonzi of Dover, Vern Levertier of Manchester, and Tim Dame, brother of the groom, of Manchester. Monica Bixby of Lyn- danville was. flowergirl and Robby and Christopher Fagnant, nephews of the bride were ring bearers. Music for the nuptials was provided by organist, Ethel Cooper and soloist Carl Champagne. Following a reception at the 111 Club in Woodsville, the couple left on a honeymoon to Hampton Beach and will return to make their home in Manchester. depending on their preference. The service remains on call 24 hours every day a t 1-603-717-333 I. The 14 new volunteers have WELL LING !i!ii iiii00:!ii00i!:i! , iii:i! ! :i : ! L00ili00:00! j beh)w by town. Lisbon -- Tom Andross; Newbury -- Doris Allen and John Webster (director) ; Groton -- Beth Austin, Steve Austin, Earlene Houghton, Pam Smith, Lori Wright and Dean Page (director) ; Ryegate -- Jean Beckley, Barbara Frost, Don Stapelfeld (director), and Susan Stapelfeld: Bath -- Theresa Belyea, Sue Driscoll, Ann Joy, Carleton Lang, Alden Minot (director), Betty Minor and Dawn Sousa ; Bradford -- Joe Button, Lucia Button, Wayne Chalmers and Barbara Wakefield; Woodsville-- John Cobb, Peter Gould, Richard Guy (director), Jay Holden, Janet Tegu, Jose Torres and Brenda White. Enfield, Nit. i -- tlerbert Coutermarsh. No. tlaverhill -- Hichelle Demers, Mark Fagnant, Dennis Fournier, Doug ttenson, Rick Henson, Rich Kinder, Jan Kinder (director), Nancy Overton, Bea Smith and Rosemary Wilson. Haverhill -- Tom Estill, Dr. David Frechette (medical advisor), Norma Lavoie (treasurer), and Irene Lewis; Warren -- Donald Bagley, Thomas Hight and Alan Shortt (director) ; Monroe -- Denise Leafe and Gall Warner (director); Piermont -- Lorraine Bush and Kevin Stone; Benton -- Nancy Bolton (director) ; Littleton -- Peter Spinelli. NEW GRANITE SIGN ERECTED-- Mr. Clyde Davidson, owner of the C.R. Davidson Company of S. Ryegate stands before the granite sign that he donated to Cottage Hospital. The beautiful piece of granite was installed personally by Mr. Davidson. The trustees and staff of Cottage Hospital appreciated the generous gift by Mr. Davidson and also Kenneth Brown, Brown's Concrete Products, for the concrete footing and use of the forklift truck to move and set the sign. Also making the sign possible were the Woodsville Water and Light for tree removal and wiring, and Rick Henson, Glazer Hollow Nursery, for the landscaping. Jeanette Ford completes Army leadership work FREE ESTIMATE BRADFORD-- Jeanette L. during the summer between Ford, daughter of Mary E. their junior and senior years WRITE Ford of Bradford received in college. NG. 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE wTER iNSTALLED practical work in military The successful completion E leadership at the Army ROTC of the advanced camp and Advanced Camp at Fort graduation from their Bragg, N.C. respective college or N I training university will result in the The six-week in- eludes instruction in first aid, student's being commissioned Well Co. communications, a second lieutenant in the marksmanship, orienteering, active Army or the U.S. Army V,t, D,,e weapons systems, defensive Reserveor NationalGuard. B,e v, and offensive tactics, Ford is a student at the -126 4832 reconnaissance techniques University of Vermont in EXPERIENCE and other areas. Burlington. Most cadets fulfill their advanced camp requirement A lAIN NEW KOOL-AID RECIPE i Brand 2 tablespoons sugar )rink f/4 cup wafer ,any flavor 3/4 cup milk soft dflnk mix ar sugar in water in gloss. Silt in milk. Once or chill and stir before serving. Makes 'I cup WEST FAIRI,EE SCHOOL BOARD WEST FAIRLEE-- There will be a meeting of the West Fairlee School Board on Wednesday, Sept. 1, at the West Fairlee Elementary School. The meeting, scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m., is open to the public. INTERESTI NG FACT The average cat usually does best on two small meals than on one large one. Stephen Lackie Local student accepted to Technical College WOODSVILLE-- stephen tackle has been accepted to Vermont Technical College in Randolph Center, Vermont for the 1982-82 academic year. Stephen, who will be enrolled in the Dairy Farm Management program at Vermont Technical College is the son of Harry and Rita Lackie. Stephen will graduate from Woodsville High School on June 1982. Street ndromat INTERESTING FACT About the year 1500, the Aztec city on the site of present-day Mexico City had an estimated 100,000 people. Mr. Maytag Says, QUOTE Keep America Strong, With "An acquaintance is a ' The "BondA Month Plan" person we know well enough to borrow from but not well I Timothy and Loretta Gray Loretta Fifield weds Timothy Gray STRAFFORD-- Loretta was the best man. Yvonne Fifield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Derek and Norma Fifield of Bradenton, Fla., became the bride of Timothy Gray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert and Rebecca Gray of E. Thetford, at a candlelight, double-ring ceremony in Stratford on August 21. The ceremony was per- formed by the Rev. Arthur Bagley at the Universalist Church in Strafford. The bride wore a gown of silk and chiffon; the top with silk and lace overlay, the sleeves were chiffon with an overlay of lace flowers. The gown had a chapel train and a victorian neckline. She carried a silk arrangement of white roses and blue-tinted miniature carnations. The matron of honor was Laurie Carpenter of E. Thetford. The bridesmaids were Karen Vaughn of N. Thetford, Penny Johnson of West Fairlee, and Michele Fifield of Thetford Center. Jeff Hedge, of Stratford, The flower girl was Evelyn Fifield of Bradenton, Fla., and the ring bearer was Jeremy Cramer of Fairlee. Ushers for the ceremony were Randy Carpenter of Thetford Center, Mark Fifield of Thetford Center, and Troy Gray of E. Thetford. Gall and Christine Roberts, of West Fairlee, lit the can- dies. Following the church wedding, a reception was held at Barrett Hall in Stratford, where a light buffet was served. Music at the reception was provided by the Country Express Band. And, after a full day of wedding festivities, the couple left for a wedding trip to Lake George in New .York, retur- ning later to their new home in E. Thetford. Loretta is a 1980 graduate of Thetford Academy. Timothy also graduated from Thetford Academy in 1980 and presently is em- ployed with C.W. Gray and Sons in E. Thetford. Bardnon Collie smdenm named ' GROTON-- Deborah L. Vt., has achieved Dean's List Houghton, daughter of Mrs. standing for the Spring Earlene Houghton of Groton, semester at Barrington ,OF EVENTS -i Wednesday, pt. 1 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. Friday, Sept. 3 ST. JOHNSBURY: Bill Monroe Concert, Bluegrass music at Fuller Hall, 8:00 p.m. Reduced price tickets. BRADFORD: Senior Citizens Imncheon at the Oxbow Vocational Center serving at 11:45 a.m. For reservations call 222-4782. Saturday, Sept. 4 PIERMONT: Book and Rummage Sale, Piermont Library, 10:00a.m. W. TOPSHAM: Flea Market, Grange Hall Field, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00p.m. ORFORD: Library Open House, Orford Social Library, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00a.m. PIERMONT: Peaked Mountain Bicycle Club, meeting at 10:00 a.m. at the post office, 50 mile loop via E. Corinth, Groton, and Wells River. Monday, Sept. 6 E. THETFORD: Chicken Barbecue, Gray's Field, starting at 2:00p.m. HAVERHILL: Peaked Mountain Bicycle Club, meet 8:00 a.m. on the green, 50-mile ride to Franconia. Wednesday, Sept. 8 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry servingat noon. For reservations call 757-2206. NORWICH: Dance classes begin at the Whirligig Dance Studio. Come !n & Sign Up ..... enoughtolendto." lll US! We Will Give Away A Ambroise Bierce ZZZ-SZZ2 m ZZZ-47006 I s00o.oo II .------.- Savings Bond . .:=:=. Owlr@ TO Be HeM The End Tuesday i 1 n. __ Of ch Month A 5:00 P.M. " " D You Do Not Have To Be Preaeat To Win 1 I I Palmer ers ry : )u V , ,  :OR MINOR ITCHES I t I FACILITY ' ' "Oy 800THING MUS l --J   ......... =------ . L,'   ) Phone 444-2742 Coil ,affect. McLAM's STORE, E. Corinth, Vt. ;' i" ]: BATH VARETY STORE, Bath, N.H. ORFOROVILLE STORE, Orfordviile, N.H. UeaDnOM00t CLEANERS GOTON CIRAL STOR, Croton, Vt. Located Next To Tuck Press ' .... Your complete lothiml care center SOUTH RYE6ATE STORE, South Ryegote, VI. On Street B,veen Woodil/ Banks WARM- CLEAN For pick-up and delivery service WESTERN AUTOSTOR, Bodlord, Vt. MERRILLS' INSURANCE OFFICE, Lisbon. N.N. College in Barrington, RJ. Daniel G. Fiske, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Fiske of S. Ryegate, Vt., has also achieved Honors List standing for the Spring semester at Barrington College. In order to be named to the Dean's List, a student must be enrolled full-time and must earn at least a 3.20 grade point average for the semester. Barrington College is a four- year Christian liberal arts college offering 18 fields of study leading to a bac- calaureate or associate degree. INTERESTING FACT Mickey Mouse was created in 1928. ALL YOU NEED FOR MINOR ITCHES AND RASHES. Y SOOTHING MUSIC ; WHILE YOU WASH| LITTLETON-- Registrations The School for Lifelong are being accepted for the 22 Learning, a branch of the courses scheduled in the University System of New Littleton area this fall by the Hampshire, offers Associate's School for Lifelong Learning. and Bachelor's degree The classes, which begin in programs. Classes are also mid-September, include such open to anyonewith a personal topics as Introduction to or professional interest in the Printmaking, Applied Botany, subject area. Managerial Control, Nutrition For further information, in Health and Disease, contact Dottle Anderson at Introduction to Anthropology, 444-3439 or 752-4224, or visit the and Behavior in School for Lifelong Learning Organizations. In addition, office at the Community certificate programs in House on Main Street in computer literacy, paralegal Littleton. studies, and child care are being offered this fall. I I IIII I DIAMONDS SYMBOLS" OF LOVE POISE S. F. MeA///ste, Quality Jewelers Since 1923 Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 747 3482 I I The Evangelical Free Church believes: "In the bodily resurrection of the dead; of the believer to everlasting blessed- ness and joy with the Lord, of the unbeliever to iudgment and everlasting conscious punishment." Preparation for a future life begins by an acceptance of ]esus Christ as personal Savior. You Can hear more about/esus Christ at: BroMo Evangelical Free Churc Worship Service I1:00 Sunday School 9:45 ROUTE 5 LOWER PLAIN Bill Wick, M. Div., Pastor (802) 222-9021 _ BACK TO SCHOOL! PACK IN SPECIAL SAVINGS OF 25% to 407. off* Pack in special savings on CROSS COUNTRY"' Mi'x n' Match Luggage by American Tourister. Molded classics and soft sided nylon rend setters Mix n' Match in the smartes shapes, sizes and colors on campus SAVE !* " " Somple sovings are illustroted, Comparobie savings are available in a wide range of styles, sizes and colors. A. 14" Shoulder Tote I. 2 Club Tote Reg. $51.00  NOW $0.60 Reg. $.66.00  NOW t19,SO C, 24" Suitcase O. 30 Suitcase w/wheels Recj, $'06.00--NON$7@.SO Reg. $159.00--N(N$119'2S -- -- |. 45 Garment Bag i l St. Johnsbury, VL * Woodnle, N.H. I I lk "On suggeld rwl'oil prices r 1982 American Toutiste, Inc,. A Hilenbrand Industries Company