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September 23, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 :FULLER E COUPON CLIPPER Here are more sources of refund forms ml. mini mill ii.i ml mllm Imlll .ll m / Illl..I. Illll .Im limb Ilil m I I I that can turn md labels into | give up just | l can't fred all i ,u want in the | We refunders I | I of our forms in forms frequently I  of manufac- _.= -== -=, =i | in news- "= "= " '=" "= " sections. comic sections carry refund will also find the coupons mlor inserts. refund forms Laost women's ser- Many of do not expire the publica- of the magazine. have picked at a and found that were still about asking friends to help you forms. They will look for them them for their an occasional refund forms and personal other non-food of the large chain drug the best ways to refund forms is them with neigh- mail with refun- cities. I'll tell about trading column. in this column that you for. You can form for the card and a com ostage. find a you want, address a mailing envelope with the name and address of the refund offer. In small print, write the proofs of purchase and the expiration date in the upper right-hand corner where the stamp will eventually go. Then place the form in the envelope and add the required proofs as you obtain them. By filing these envelopes in order of expira- tion dates with the earliest at the front, you will be less likely to forget them. The envelopes are easy to look through as you make up your shopping list. This week's smart shopper is Babe O'Leary from New Fairfield, Conn. Her store had ScotTissues on sale for 59 cents a box. In the reduced merchandise section, she found four slightly damaged boxes that had been marked down to half price. At the checkout counter she banded the cashier two 15-cent coupons, each of which was good on two boxes. Because it was double-coupon day, she paid only 15 cents a box for the tissues. And that wasn't all. When she got home she mailed the proof-of-purcbase seals back to the company for a free box. "I felt like I won the lottery!" she said. Ms. O'Leary and other readers who receive m smart-shopper award wffl receive a copy of the refund- ing magazine, The National Supermarket Shopper. Send your smart-shopping experi- ences to me in care of this newspaper. Here is a refund form to write for: Plumrose Premi- um Ham $1.50 Coupon Offer, P.O. Box R-7860, El Paso, Texas 79975. This offer expires Dec. 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 needed proofs 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 $13.04. Dairy Products, Oils, Margarine, Diet Foods (File 2) -- Borden Norman Rockwell Prints. Receive four full-color covers by Norman Rockwell for the Saturday Evening Post. Send the required refund form, the logo from any Bor- den product and 50 cents for ostage and handling. xpires Dec. 31, 1981. -- Cheez Whiz $1 Offer. Receive a $I refund. Send the required refund form, two back labels with Unlver- sal Product Code symbols from any Cheez Whiz and a register receipt showing a fresh vegetable purchase of at least $1. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. -- Kraft Oven Melts Sav- ing Offer. Receive a refund of up to 75 cents. Send the required refund form and tear-top tabs from up to three different varieties of Oven Melts Slices. Tabs of duplicate colors will not be honored. Receive 25 cents for one variety, 50 cents for two and 75 cents for three. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. -- Lite Line Coupons. Receive $I in coupons. Send the required refund form and three front panels from any Lite-Line process cheese product. Expires Oct. 31, 1981. -- Stouffers Lean Cuisine. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and Universal Product Code symbols from the backs of any three Lean Cuisine Entrees. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. -- Weight Watchers Free Pound Offer. Receive a pound of Weight Watchers imitation margarine. Send the required refund form, the full top panel from one package of Weight Watchers imitation margarine and the full top panel from one Weight Watchers cheese product. Expires Dec. 31, 1983. Bonus! This offer doesn't require a form: -- Weight Watchers Fro- zen Desserts, Box 2106, Boston, Ma-ss. 02277. Receive a 50-cent coupon. Send the Universal Product ,rom Watchers Chocolate Treat and Weight Watchers Frozen Dessert with your name and address. Expires April 30, 1982. Copyrlght, 19SI. United Feature Syndicate, Inc. Blood donations to be held in Bradford opportunity to see the new Red A, B, or 0 and RH types. Only after 1:30 blood drawing Cross equipment and to share 6 per cent of donors are O Anyone who attended the at Oxbow High sandwiches, birthday cake, negative while 13 per cent of It will and cider, blood orders'ir.that type. tom 12:00 to 5:00 in There continues to be a To give blood, you need to be growing need for blood. The area blood goal for this blood drawing is is celebrating the 95 pints which is beyond the 83 T of the given in April. Red Cross. If you You are needed. You are involved with Red even more needed if you are, during the or might be O negative. O please negative blood is the universal will give you an type given to patients of other between the ages of 17 and 65 (older with your doctors agreement). You also need to be healthy and over 110 pounds. The donating takes about ,45 minutes. There is often a longer period to wait at the beginning. If you have an option it may be best to come Woodsville drawing July 8, is to emne to Bradford. The Red Cross reommencls an 8 week wait between donations. It has been 11. The next Woodsville drawing will not be until February. Please give blood so it will be available when you need it. If you have any questions about the program, giving, or wish to work on the drawing call 272-4953. 00Follmv the Fire"; 400 miles of music on foot &Utumn's brightest the minstrels will cross the through Now sound to Long Island where Bill Lauf Jr. three concerts are arranged Williams Jr. will completing the tour on the on foot, en- shores of the Atlantic Ocean. young and old in The following is a detailed college towns, listing of concerts for the first fifteen days of the tour: Fire 1981 will Thursday, Sept. 24 in Wednesday, Sept. 30 in E. Ryegate, at the Ryegate Corner Presbyterian Church. General public admitted. 8:00 p.m., free will donation. Thursday, Oct. 1 in Bradford at the Bradford Congregational Church. General public admitted. 8:00 tmouth College at 8:00 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 4 in Windsor, Monday, Oct. 5 in Springfield, Vt., Tuesday, Oct. 6 in N. Walpole, N.H., Wednesday, Oct. 7 in Peterberough, N.H., Thursday, Oct. 8 in West- moreland, N.H., and Thur- sday, Oct. 8 in Brattleboro, Vt. Kinghorn- Carrington wedding Patricia Lynn Kinghorn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Robert Kinghorn of Glen Arm, Md., and William Joseph Carrington III, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Carrington Jr. of S. Windsor, Conn., will be married on Sept. 26 in War- wick, R.I. The brides grandparents are Mr. Leo Taylor of Brad- ford and the late Mrs. Taylor. The late Mr. Clement Kinghorn and Mrs. Kinghorn who lives in Piermont are the brides paternal grandparents. Stephanie Kinghorn, sister of the bride will be the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Susan Carrington, Karen Zwick, Susan Aquilino, and Barbara Franks. The best man will be the groom's brother, John D. Carrington. Ushers were Dean Hummel, Mark Ertel, Joseph Buco, and Bruce Chudwick. The couple will reside in Attleboro, Mass., where William will work for P.M. New England Inc. of Brockton, Mass. He has a B.S. degree from Bryant College in Smithfield, R.I., in Business Administration. Patricia will be working at Superior Plastics Corporation in Cumberland, R.I. She also has a B.S. degree in Business Administration from Bryant College. After the wedding the couple will go on a Caribbean Cruise for their honeymoon. Hodge Lisa Pierson engaged to wed Mark Hodge. E. CORINTH--Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pierson of E. Corinth have announced the engagement of their daughter, Lisa Ann, to Mark Anthony Hedge of Bradford. Miss Pierson is a 1980 graduate of Oxbow High School and is presently at- tending Vermont College for a degreein Nursing. Mark Hedge is a 1978 graduate of Oxbow High School and is presently em- ployed by Don Davenport FREE #fO twenty-nine Lenoxville, Quebec, Friday, p.m., free will donation. For additional information consecutive Sept. 25 in Sherbrnok, Quebec, Saturday, Oct. 3 in Lyme at please contact: Marjorie on Sept. 24 Friday, Sept. 25 in the Lyme Common. General Williams, Follow The Fire,  on Oct. 21. The Massawippi, Quebec, public admitted. 9:00 a.m., P.O. Box 473, Bristol, Vt. qlf# will fllw the Saturday, Sept. 26 in Nowport, free. Saturday, Oct. 3 in 05443, (802) 862-9616 or (802) TE River Valley Vt., Sunday, Sept. 27 in Hanover, tenatively at Dar-453-3425. er Quebec, Ver- Westmore, Vt., Monday, Sept : Hampshire, 28 in Lyndonville, Vt., Sandra T7 __ is i. 00napp new STAlff mg Island Sound. Jolmsbury, at the St. John- es the continental sbury Academy-Fuller Hall, Glencliffe director ,, vats mt the tour. Upon General public admitted. 8:30 ROW Haven, Conn., p.m., $2.50 admission. GLENCLIFF--The first director and most recently m woman to direct a New acting director of the in- rE: Hampshire state institution stitution. Fall F li g  sworn into office Thur- The new director received BUy two Affow $h' o a e sday, Sept. 17, by Gov. Hugh J. her nursing training at the e a $10 Affow Gallen. New Hampshire Technical Cgrt|flll{g early stages of color will be found in Sandra H. Fampp, R.N.; of Institute and is licensedby the Vermont this week and weekend with Glencliff officially has Board of Examiners of What  ezJvteje! Start and southern portions reporting very with spot color along roadsides and ahead, looking SUlr sharp Choose any two shirts from Arrow's SlCtacular collection perfect fit, elegant dress shirts. ! Easy w..r care, stylish sport shirts. assumed her duties as director of the Glencliff Home for the Elderly. Knapp has been acting director of the instution since February of this year when the former director resigned. Mrs. William Joseph Carrtngton 11I i . i __ Mr. and Mrs. Vern Frost hold 50th Anniversary GROTON--Mr. and Mrs. Vern The Reagans Frost, Sr., of Groton, Send Regards celebrated their 50th wedding The couple received a host anniversary quietly at their of cards including one from home the evening of Augmt the President and Nancy 28th with a small family Reagan, Gov. Snelling and gathering, other national and state Mrs. Frost was given a dignataries sent cards, gardenia corsage and Mr. bosides relatives and friends. Frost a boutonniere by their Joyce Haskell and Vern children. Frost were married in Grotnn, Gracing the refreshment August 28, 1931 where they table was a floral have lived most of their arrangement from the Groton married life. They owned and Baptist Church, a bouquet of operated the Frost Appliance long stem yellow roses from Co. for more than thirty years. their granddaughters and the In January of 1974 sold their anniversary cake made by business and home moving to their daughter, Myrna Wet- Harvey Cedars, N.J. where more. they were on the staff at An original poem which had Harvey Cedars Bible Con- been written for the couple for ference for four and a half their wedding reception fifty years. They returned to years ago by the late Mrs. Groton in late May 1978 and Goldie Welch was read and built a new home on Mt. View each family member received Drive. Mr. Frost is partially a copy as a souvenier of the retired. occassion. The Frosts have two There were four generations children Vern Jr. and Mrs. present: Vern, Sr.;Vern, Jr.; Myrna Wetmore both of and Sewell and Sarah Frost. Grotoh, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. -- JL.--- Vermont -- Early stages in general to 80 percent in upper elevations, lower, reported in the northeast of county, and reports of 75 per- Canaan, Norton, Brighton, and Best routes for foliage viewing remain from Lyndonville to Island Pond and Nursing Home Administrators. Knapp also holds an elementary education degree from Plymouth State College. Glencliff Home for, the Elderly is a 124-bed nursing The 33-year old director has home for older transfers from been a staff member at the New Hampshire Hospital, And you save! ceive an Glencliff since 1975. The institution is certified as Nrow/Ivontes3e Gift She began her employment an Intermediate Care Facility Certifica!e--$10--towards the at Glencliff as a charge nurse, and has a staff of 97 in a 12- purcs of still eootr great then as staff development buildingc0mplx. ,row shirt at this stc. Build your wordrobe or gk a gift. I Either wo, Arrow pays. YOU st ahead in looks, in quli sings with the Arrow Advanto3e. Wednesday, Sept. 23 O,  ti, Odotm s, win. LYME: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. ORFORD: Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. . .... BRADFORD: Oxbow, Newbury, and Bradforu SChOOl 'Arcw]l Boards, transportation meeting, 7: 30 p.m. HAVERHILL: School Board, 7: 30 p.m. 'lursday, Sept. 24 BRADFORD: Selectmen, 4:00Friday, p.m.sept. 25 V WOODSVILLE: Haverhill District Court, 2:00 p.m. Monday, Sept. 28 WOO D SVILLE: Ha ver hill Selee tmen,7: 00p. m. $#0 N. HAVERHILL: Grafton County Commissioners, 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 30 ORFORD: Selectmen, 8:00p.m. Woodsville, N.H. LYME: Selectmen, 7: 30 p.m. / Vermont -- Generally early stages in elevations with spot color along road- viewing can be found along Route 2 MOntpelier, Route 12 north of Worcester, Vermont -- Generally green but report early stages, with spot roadsides. Reports are that those have changed are particularly this year. Best routes to follow are 100, reports are available 24 hours a day Vermont Travel Division's Foliage at 802-828-3239. BMU approves (continued from page I ) ! regarding Davidson's com- plaints but decided to continue discussion of the matter at further meetings. Principal William Randall reported at the meeting that a state-level review of the special education department at the school has been com- pleted and that the school is in compliance with federal law. In the superintendents report, Ober reporL,,d that a lawsuit brought by former BMU teacher Mary Jo Scott and the Blue Mountain Teachers Assoc. regarding the non-renowal of her contract in 1979 has been filed against the school district. ORANGE COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH FAIRLEE---There will be a annual meeting and workshop for the board, staff and community associated with Orange County Mental lea. , at the Lake Murey Inn d the day on Saturday, Sept. 26.' Building and Remodeling Company. A date for the wedding has not yet been set. NEW SON Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dunton of Fairlee are the parents of a new son, Richard Gale IV, bern on August 24 at Mary Hitchcnck Hospital. For the week of September 23 to 30: Wednesday--SlopPy Jces, appleerisp. _ Thursday--Soup & sandwich, raw veggies, fruit. Friday--Fish portions, potatoes, beets, fruit. Monday--Chicken pie, carrot stix, fruit. Tuesday---Soup & sandwich, celery, fruit. Wednesday--Chop Suey, corn, pudding. Milk and Bread.Butter served with all meals. Menus subject 00gton Karen Lorensen wed to Weston Wellin00on PIKE--Marriage vows were Wellington, Jr. St. Paul, exchanged June 6, 1981 at the Minn., brother of the groom United Methodist Church in and Dr. Paul Lorensen of Garwin, Iowa, byKarenJoyce Chicago, 111. brother of the Lorensen and Weston Jeffers bride. Wellington. The Rev. Eldon Amy Speicher, niece of the Nolte officiated at the double bride was flower girl and Eric ring ceremony. Carstens of Davenport, Iowa The bride is the daughter of was ring bearer. Chris Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Lorensen of Speicher, nephew of the bride Garwin, Iowa and the served as candle lighter. bridegroom is the son of Mr. The bride is a 1973 graduate and Mrs. Stephen B. of Allen Memorial School of Wellington of Pike, N.H. Nursing and is employed at Bridesmaids were Alice H. Boston University Medical Wellington of Madison, Wi., Center in the field of cardiac and Beth C. Wellington of research. Bologna, Italy. Mrs. James The groom is a graduate of Trench, Michigan City, Ind. Yale University Class of 1973, served her twin sister as and is an investment broker matron of honor and Mrs. with Smith, Barney, Harris Gary Speicher, Cedar Rapids, Upham Co. in Boston. to change without notice. Iowa, sister of the bride was After a wedding trip to the i her personal attendant. Canadian Rockies the couple Dr. Howard Koh, of Boston, have made their home in 1 Mass. served as best man. Needham, Mass. J] E?DAIR ,,I Ushers were Stephen B. CACALE I Wednesday, sept. 2 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon, United Church of Christ vestry, serving at noon. Reservations, (802) 757-2206. ST. JOHNSBURY: There will he an informational meeting for all beekeepers at the Caledonia County Extension Office at7:3Op.m, i Sept. 23 to Oct. 17 ...... ; ............ STRAIGHT LEG WHITE RIVER JCT.: "same Time Next Year," a romantic comedy with Robert Troperzer and Carrie Lund will be playing at the Junction Playhouse, Wednesday through Saturday from Sept. 23 to Oct. 17. Friday, Sept. 23 BRADFORD: Senior Citizens Luncheon, Oxbow Vocational Center, serving at 11:45 a.m. Reservations (802) 222-4782. Saturday, Sept. 26 WAITS RIVER: Chicken Pie Supper at the Waits River Fellowship Hall Settings at 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., and 7:00 p.m. Adults $3., Children (under 13) $1.50, and free for PBrhol': Club Level Square Dance at tor ,tg School Cafeteria starting at 8:00 p.m. po Y Connectieut Valley Swingers. The caller will be George Gregg. f FAIRLEE' There will be a annual meeting and workshop or the board," staff and communitY associated with Orange County Mental Health at the Lake Morey Inn during the day. i i iiiii - I I ,o..,,. It / I i Ill,. .,.,,. ,"*," H'  ,-.% I aLmL _.__ wEST LEBANON, N I JEANS IN DENIM & CORDUROY FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL 25-30 JUNIOR BOY ) UE YOUR OPEN FRIDAY CHARGE NIOHII 'TII. AGGOUNT 9:00 P.M. i September 23, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 :FULLER E COUPON CLIPPER Here are more sources of refund forms ml. mini mill ii.i ml mllm Imlll .ll m / Illl..I. Illll .Im limb Ilil m I I I that can turn md labels into | give up just | l can't fred all i ,u want in the | We refunders I | I of our forms in forms frequently I  of manufac- _.= -== -=, =i | in news- "= "= " '=" "= " sections. comic sections carry refund will also find the coupons mlor inserts. refund forms Laost women's ser- Many of do not expire the publica- of the magazine. have picked at a and found that were still about asking friends to help you forms. They will look for them them for their an occasional refund forms and personal other non-food of the large chain drug the best ways to refund forms is them with neigh- mail with refun- cities. I'll tell about trading column. in this column that you for. You can form for the card and a com ostage. find a you want, address a mailing envelope with the name and address of the refund offer. In small print, write the proofs of purchase and the expiration date in the upper right-hand corner where the stamp will eventually go. Then place the form in the envelope and add the required proofs as you obtain them. By filing these envelopes in order of expira- tion dates with the earliest at the front, you will be less likely to forget them. The envelopes are easy to look through as you make up your shopping list. This week's smart shopper is Babe O'Leary from New Fairfield, Conn. Her store had ScotTissues on sale for 59 cents a box. In the reduced merchandise section, she found four slightly damaged boxes that had been marked down to half price. At the checkout counter she banded the cashier two 15-cent coupons, each of which was good on two boxes. Because it was double-coupon day, she paid only 15 cents a box for the tissues. And that wasn't all. When she got home she mailed the proof-of-purcbase seals back to the company for a free box. "I felt like I won the lottery!" she said. Ms. O'Leary and other readers who receive m smart-shopper award wffl receive a copy of the refund- ing magazine, The National Supermarket Shopper. Send your smart-shopping experi- ences to me in care of this newspaper. Here is a refund form to write for: Plumrose Premi- um Ham $1.50 Coupon Offer, P.O. Box R-7860, El Paso, Texas 79975. This offer expires Dec. 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 needed proofs 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 $13.04. Dairy Products, Oils, Margarine, Diet Foods (File 2) -- Borden Norman Rockwell Prints. Receive four full-color covers by Norman Rockwell for the Saturday Evening Post. Send the required refund form, the logo from any Bor- den product and 50 cents for ostage and handling. xpires Dec. 31, 1981. -- Cheez Whiz $1 Offer. Receive a $I refund. Send the required refund form, two back labels with Unlver- sal Product Code symbols from any Cheez Whiz and a register receipt showing a fresh vegetable purchase of at least $1. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. -- Kraft Oven Melts Sav- ing Offer. Receive a refund of up to 75 cents. Send the required refund form and tear-top tabs from up to three different varieties of Oven Melts Slices. Tabs of duplicate colors will not be honored. Receive 25 cents for one variety, 50 cents for two and 75 cents for three. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. -- Lite Line Coupons. Receive $I in coupons. Send the required refund form and three front panels from any Lite-Line process cheese product. Expires Oct. 31, 1981. -- Stouffers Lean Cuisine. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and Universal Product Code symbols from the backs of any three Lean Cuisine Entrees. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. -- Weight Watchers Free Pound Offer. Receive a pound of Weight Watchers imitation margarine. Send the required refund form, the full top panel from one package of Weight Watchers imitation margarine and the full top panel from one Weight Watchers cheese product. Expires Dec. 31, 1983. Bonus! This offer doesn't require a form: -- Weight Watchers Fro- zen Desserts, Box 2106, Boston, Ma-ss. 02277. Receive a 50-cent coupon. Send the Universal Product ,rom Watchers Chocolate Treat and Weight Watchers Frozen Dessert with your name and address. Expires April 30, 1982. Copyrlght, 19SI. United Feature Syndicate, Inc. Blood donations to be held in Bradford opportunity to see the new Red A, B, or 0 and RH types. Only after 1:30 blood drawing Cross equipment and to share 6 per cent of donors are O Anyone who attended the at Oxbow High sandwiches, birthday cake, negative while 13 per cent of It will and cider, blood orders'ir.that type. tom 12:00 to 5:00 in There continues to be a To give blood, you need to be growing need for blood. The area blood goal for this blood drawing is is celebrating the 95 pints which is beyond the 83 T of the given in April. Red Cross. If you You are needed. You are involved with Red even more needed if you are, during the or might be O negative. O please negative blood is the universal will give you an type given to patients of other between the ages of 17 and 65 (older with your doctors agreement). You also need to be healthy and over 110 pounds. The donating takes about ,45 minutes. There is often a longer period to wait at the beginning. If you have an option it may be best to come Woodsville drawing July 8, is to emne to Bradford. The Red Cross reommencls an 8 week wait between donations. It has been 11. The next Woodsville drawing will not be until February. Please give blood so it will be available when you need it. If you have any questions about the program, giving, or wish to work on the drawing call 272-4953. 00Follmv the Fire"; 400 miles of music on foot &Utumn's brightest the minstrels will cross the through Now sound to Long Island where Bill Lauf Jr. three concerts are arranged Williams Jr. will completing the tour on the on foot, en- shores of the Atlantic Ocean. young and old in The following is a detailed college towns, listing of concerts for the first fifteen days of the tour: Fire 1981 will Thursday, Sept. 24 in Wednesday, Sept. 30 in E. Ryegate, at the Ryegate Corner Presbyterian Church. General public admitted. 8:00 p.m., free will donation. Thursday, Oct. 1 in Bradford at the Bradford Congregational Church. General public admitted. 8:00 tmouth College at 8:00 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 4 in Windsor, Monday, Oct. 5 in Springfield, Vt., Tuesday, Oct. 6 in N. Walpole, N.H., Wednesday, Oct. 7 in Peterberough, N.H., Thursday, Oct. 8 in West- moreland, N.H., and Thur- sday, Oct. 8 in Brattleboro, Vt. Kinghorn- Carrington wedding Patricia Lynn Kinghorn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Robert Kinghorn of Glen Arm, Md., and William Joseph Carrington III, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Carrington Jr. of S. Windsor, Conn., will be married on Sept. 26 in War- wick, R.I. The brides grandparents are Mr. Leo Taylor of Brad- ford and the late Mrs. Taylor. The late Mr. Clement Kinghorn and Mrs. Kinghorn who lives in Piermont are the brides paternal grandparents. Stephanie Kinghorn, sister of the bride will be the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Susan Carrington, Karen Zwick, Susan Aquilino, and Barbara Franks. The best man will be the groom's brother, John D. Carrington. Ushers were Dean Hummel, Mark Ertel, Joseph Buco, and Bruce Chudwick. The couple will reside in Attleboro, Mass., where William will work for P.M. New England Inc. of Brockton, Mass. He has a B.S. degree from Bryant College in Smithfield, R.I., in Business Administration. Patricia will be working at Superior Plastics Corporation in Cumberland, R.I. She also has a B.S. degree in Business Administration from Bryant College. After the wedding the couple will go on a Caribbean Cruise for their honeymoon. Hodge Lisa Pierson engaged to wed Mark Hodge. E. CORINTH--Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pierson of E. Corinth have announced the engagement of their daughter, Lisa Ann, to Mark Anthony Hedge of Bradford. Miss Pierson is a 1980 graduate of Oxbow High School and is presently at- tending Vermont College for a degreein Nursing. Mark Hedge is a 1978 graduate of Oxbow High School and is presently em- ployed by Don Davenport FREE #fO twenty-nine Lenoxville, Quebec, Friday, p.m., free will donation. For additional information consecutive Sept. 25 in Sherbrnok, Quebec, Saturday, Oct. 3 in Lyme at please contact: Marjorie on Sept. 24 Friday, Sept. 25 in the Lyme Common. General Williams, Follow The Fire,  on Oct. 21. The Massawippi, Quebec, public admitted. 9:00 a.m., P.O. Box 473, Bristol, Vt. qlf# will fllw the Saturday, Sept. 26 in Nowport, free. Saturday, Oct. 3 in 05443, (802) 862-9616 or (802) TE River Valley Vt., Sunday, Sept. 27 in Hanover, tenatively at Dar-453-3425. er Quebec, Ver- Westmore, Vt., Monday, Sept : Hampshire, 28 in Lyndonville, Vt., Sandra T7 __ is i. 00napp new STAlff mg Island Sound. Jolmsbury, at the St. John- es the continental sbury Academy-Fuller Hall, Glencliffe director ,, vats mt the tour. Upon General public admitted. 8:30 ROW Haven, Conn., p.m., $2.50 admission. GLENCLIFF--The first director and most recently m woman to direct a New acting director of the in- rE: Hampshire state institution stitution. Fall F li g  sworn into office Thur- The new director received BUy two Affow $h' o a e sday, Sept. 17, by Gov. Hugh J. her nursing training at the e a $10 Affow Gallen. New Hampshire Technical Cgrt|flll{g early stages of color will be found in Sandra H. Fampp, R.N.; of Institute and is licensedby the Vermont this week and weekend with Glencliff officially has Board of Examiners of What  ezJvteje! Start and southern portions reporting very with spot color along roadsides and ahead, looking SUlr sharp Choose any two shirts from Arrow's SlCtacular collection perfect fit, elegant dress shirts. ! Easy w..r care, stylish sport shirts. assumed her duties as director of the Glencliff Home for the Elderly. Knapp has been acting director of the instution since February of this year when the former director resigned. Mrs. William Joseph Carrtngton 11I i . i __ Mr. and Mrs. Vern Frost hold 50th Anniversary GROTON--Mr. and Mrs. Vern The Reagans Frost, Sr., of Groton, Send Regards celebrated their 50th wedding The couple received a host anniversary quietly at their of cards including one from home the evening of Augmt the President and Nancy 28th with a small family Reagan, Gov. Snelling and gathering, other national and state Mrs. Frost was given a dignataries sent cards, gardenia corsage and Mr. bosides relatives and friends. Frost a boutonniere by their Joyce Haskell and Vern children. Frost were married in Grotnn, Gracing the refreshment August 28, 1931 where they table was a floral have lived most of their arrangement from the Groton married life. They owned and Baptist Church, a bouquet of operated the Frost Appliance long stem yellow roses from Co. for more than thirty years. their granddaughters and the In January of 1974 sold their anniversary cake made by business and home moving to their daughter, Myrna Wet- Harvey Cedars, N.J. where more. they were on the staff at An original poem which had Harvey Cedars Bible Con- been written for the couple for ference for four and a half their wedding reception fifty years. They returned to years ago by the late Mrs. Groton in late May 1978 and Goldie Welch was read and built a new home on Mt. View each family member received Drive. Mr. Frost is partially a copy as a souvenier of the retired. occassion. The Frosts have two There were four generations children Vern Jr. and Mrs. present: Vern, Sr.;Vern, Jr.; Myrna Wetmore both of and Sewell and Sarah Frost. Grotoh, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. -- JL.--- Vermont -- Early stages in general to 80 percent in upper elevations, lower, reported in the northeast of county, and reports of 75 per- Canaan, Norton, Brighton, and Best routes for foliage viewing remain from Lyndonville to Island Pond and Nursing Home Administrators. Knapp also holds an elementary education degree from Plymouth State College. Glencliff Home for, the Elderly is a 124-bed nursing The 33-year old director has home for older transfers from been a staff member at the New Hampshire Hospital, And you save! ceive an Glencliff since 1975. The institution is certified as Nrow/Ivontes3e Gift She began her employment an Intermediate Care Facility Certifica!e--$10--towards the at Glencliff as a charge nurse, and has a staff of 97 in a 12- purcs of still eootr great then as staff development buildingc0mplx. ,row shirt at this stc. Build your wordrobe or gk a gift. I Either wo, Arrow pays. YOU st ahead in looks, in quli sings with the Arrow Advanto3e. Wednesday, Sept. 23 O,  ti, Odotm s, win. LYME: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. ORFORD: Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. . .... BRADFORD: Oxbow, Newbury, and Bradforu SChOOl 'Arcw]l Boards, transportation meeting, 7: 30 p.m. HAVERHILL: School Board, 7: 30 p.m. 'lursday, Sept. 24 BRADFORD: Selectmen, 4:00Friday, p.m.sept. 25 V WOODSVILLE: Haverhill District Court, 2:00 p.m. Monday, Sept. 28 WOO D SVILLE: Ha ver hill Selee tmen,7: 00p. m. $#0 N. HAVERHILL: Grafton County Commissioners, 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 30 ORFORD: Selectmen, 8:00p.m. Woodsville, N.H. LYME: Selectmen, 7: 30 p.m. / Vermont -- Generally early stages in elevations with spot color along road- viewing can be found along Route 2 MOntpelier, Route 12 north of Worcester, Vermont -- Generally green but report early stages, with spot roadsides. Reports are that those have changed are particularly this year. Best routes to follow are 100, reports are available 24 hours a day Vermont Travel Division's Foliage at 802-828-3239. BMU approves (continued from page I ) ! regarding Davidson's com- plaints but decided to continue discussion of the matter at further meetings. Principal William Randall reported at the meeting that a state-level review of the special education department at the school has been com- pleted and that the school is in compliance with federal law. In the superintendents report, Ober reporL,,d that a lawsuit brought by former BMU teacher Mary Jo Scott and the Blue Mountain Teachers Assoc. regarding the non-renowal of her contract in 1979 has been filed against the school district. ORANGE COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH FAIRLEE---There will be a annual meeting and workshop for the board, staff and community associated with Orange County Mental lea. , at the Lake Murey Inn d the day on Saturday, Sept. 26.' Building and Remodeling Company. A date for the wedding has not yet been set. NEW SON Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dunton of Fairlee are the parents of a new son, Richard Gale IV, bern on August 24 at Mary Hitchcnck Hospital. For the week of September 23 to 30: Wednesday--SlopPy Jces, appleerisp. _ Thursday--Soup & sandwich, raw veggies, fruit. Friday--Fish portions, potatoes, beets, fruit. Monday--Chicken pie, carrot stix, fruit. Tuesday---Soup & sandwich, celery, fruit. Wednesday--Chop Suey, corn, pudding. Milk and Bread.Butter served with all meals. Menus subject 00gton Karen Lorensen wed to Weston Wellin00on PIKE--Marriage vows were Wellington, Jr. St. Paul, exchanged June 6, 1981 at the Minn., brother of the groom United Methodist Church in and Dr. Paul Lorensen of Garwin, Iowa, byKarenJoyce Chicago, 111. brother of the Lorensen and Weston Jeffers bride. Wellington. The Rev. Eldon Amy Speicher, niece of the Nolte officiated at the double bride was flower girl and Eric ring ceremony. Carstens of Davenport, Iowa The bride is the daughter of was ring bearer. Chris Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Lorensen of Speicher, nephew of the bride Garwin, Iowa and the served as candle lighter. bridegroom is the son of Mr. The bride is a 1973 graduate and Mrs. Stephen B. of Allen Memorial School of Wellington of Pike, N.H. Nursing and is employed at Bridesmaids were Alice H. Boston University Medical Wellington of Madison, Wi., Center in the field of cardiac and Beth C. Wellington of research. Bologna, Italy. Mrs. James The groom is a graduate of Trench, Michigan City, Ind. Yale University Class of 1973, served her twin sister as and is an investment broker matron of honor and Mrs. with Smith, Barney, Harris Gary Speicher, Cedar Rapids, Upham Co. in Boston. to change without notice. Iowa, sister of the bride was After a wedding trip to the i her personal attendant. Canadian Rockies the couple Dr. Howard Koh, of Boston, have made their home in 1 Mass. served as best man. Needham, Mass. J] E?DAIR ,,I Ushers were Stephen B. CACALE I Wednesday, sept. 2 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon, United Church of Christ vestry, serving at noon. Reservations, (802) 757-2206. ST. JOHNSBURY: There will he an informational meeting for all beekeepers at the Caledonia County Extension Office at7:3Op.m, i Sept. 23 to Oct. 17 ...... ; ............ STRAIGHT LEG WHITE RIVER JCT.: "same Time Next Year," a romantic comedy with Robert Troperzer and Carrie Lund will be playing at the Junction Playhouse, Wednesday through Saturday from Sept. 23 to Oct. 17. Friday, Sept. 23 BRADFORD: Senior Citizens Luncheon, Oxbow Vocational Center, serving at 11:45 a.m. Reservations (802) 222-4782. Saturday, Sept. 26 WAITS RIVER: Chicken Pie Supper at the Waits River Fellowship Hall Settings at 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., and 7:00 p.m. Adults $3., Children (under 13) $1.50, and free for PBrhol': Club Level Square Dance at tor ,tg School Cafeteria starting at 8:00 p.m. po Y Connectieut Valley Swingers. The caller will be George Gregg. f FAIRLEE' There will be a annual meeting and workshop or the board," staff and communitY associated with Orange County Mental Health at the Lake Morey Inn during the day. i i iiiii - I I ,o..,,. It / I i Ill,. .,.,,. ,"*," H'  ,-.% I aLmL _.__ wEST LEBANON, N I JEANS IN DENIM & CORDUROY FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL 25-30 JUNIOR BOY ) UE YOUR OPEN FRIDAY CHARGE NIOHII 'TII. AGGOUNT 9:00 P.M. i