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October 6, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 r CALENDAR _ OF EVENTS Wednesday, Oct. 6 RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations Rondo group meeting at the home of I Bischoff on Upper Baker Pond Road at 1:30 p.m. United Methodist Women to meet, }.m. Community Health Services Inc. Town Nurse, Hill Church, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Friday, Oct. 8 Senior Citizens Luncheon at the Oxbow serving at 11:45 a.m. For reservations call Saturday, Oct. 9 Annual Lord's Acre Supper and Auction, settings at 5:00, 5:45, and 6:30. Auction starts at Monday, Oct. 11 Christmas Revels adult auditions, The Ray LoP:00p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 12 Cooperative Preschool meeting at the 8:00p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 13 : Historical Society Meeting, Town Hall, 7:30 p.m. Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations I Social j Christmas Revels group is Iookin00 for talent HANOVER-- The Christmas auditions. For more in- Revels choral group is seeking formation call Carol Orgain at talented people to join in this 802-765-4495 after 5:00 p.m. year's Christmas Revels If you are interested in production, helping with the set or props, According to a group call Charlie Dupruy (sets) at ... spokesman, they are looking 802-765-4582 or Randy Wilson for dancers this year along (props)at B02-765-457& with members for their chorus for their usual audition UNITED METIIODIST process. Help with props and WOMEN set construction is also being N. HAVERHILL-- The N. THE CLASS OF 1932--The 50th year reunion of Woodsville High Bernie Farquaharson, Bertha (Snelgrove) Keysar, Fred Jewett, sought. Haverhill United Methodist Auditions for the chorus and Women will hold a Pre* School was held at the Happy Hour Restaurant in Wells River. (unidentified), and Bartlett Mann. Bottom row, sitting were: Albion for dancers will be held on Christmas and Food Sale Those attending were: (back row, standing) Anna (Zambon) Weeks, Martha (Thayer) Evans, Betty (Davidson) Knox, Avrilio Monday, Oct. 11, at the Ray Saturday, Oct. 9, at the United Donovan, Charles Irwin, Evelyn (Stowell) Edson, Mary (Dearborn) Venturini, Marion (Wallace) Bassett, Howard Mason, and Isabelle School in Hanover from 6:30 to Methodist Church from 10:00 Main, Augusta (Caravatti) Bridge, Mildred (Carpenter) Makin, Mason. 9:00 p.m.; these will he adult a.m toh:00p.m. ooa High School Class of 1932 reunion WOODSVILLE-- Sixteen by these attending. It was There was much Wilton, N.H.; Bartlett Mann, Harold Heath, Littleton, N.H.; members with their spouses followed by the welcoming of reminiscing of the faculty, Woodsville; Aurelio Ven- Evelyn Stowell Edsen, and one faculty member, and the class and a prayer offered classmates and old friends. A turini, Woedsville; Martha Montpelier, Vt. ; Marion spouse, of the graduating by Bartlett Mann, State sharing of memorabilia added Thayer Evans, Dover, N.H. Wallace Bassett, Lyndonville, Class of 1932 from Woedsville Representative of the Town of much to the festivity of the and Salt Pierce, Fla.; Mildred Vt. ; Anna Zambon Denovan, High School attended their Haverhill in Grafton County. occasion. Carpenter Makin, Waltbun, W. Yarmouth, Mass.; Charles 50th reunion at the Happy There was a sing-a-long and Those attending were as Mass.; Augusta Caravatti Irwin, N. Haverhill; Bertha Hour Restaurant in Wells individual autobiographies follows: Howard Mason, Bridge, Almstedville, N.Y.; Snellgrove Keyser, Warren; River, Vt. Sat., Sept. 25. given by the classmates. Betty Davison Knox, Far- A noon buffet was enjoyed Prizes were awarded for , mington, Me.; Albion Weeks, contributions made toward Wells River; Bernie the success of the reunion. Farquaharsen, S. Ryegate; Much credit for the success Fred Jewett, Marshfield, Vt.; Homeworker of the reunion goes to Bartlett and Mary Dearborn Main, attend Fall meetin Mann, Martha Thayer Evans, Groveton, N.H. and Aurelio Venturini. E. BETHEL,-- The Orange County Extension QUOTE Homemakers Fall Council "At 20 years of age: the Meeting will be held on Conference of will reigns; at 30 the wlt; at Tuesday, Oct. 12, at the East Social Concer118 40 the judgment." Benjamin Franklin Bethel Grange. FAIRLEE-- The Vermont A Pot Luck Lunch is planned Conference of Social Concerns with the Hostess Clubs is holding it's annual con- " Hearts On Fire providing breads, butter, ference on Oct. 14 and 15 at the beverage, plates and utensils. Lake MorezInn in Fairlee, Vt. with October's fiery opals. Blazing Registration at 9:30 with a This r's conference, with color, these genuine opals are FIVE YEARS OF MARRIAGE--Edward 50-cent fee and business which will be the 66th in the Lour/e Borer set in 14 karat yellow gold-filled. meeting will commence at organization's history, will ° Cowles celebrated their Silver Wedding 10:00. Guest speaker after focus on the subject of Work; a with an open house at their home in lunch will be Bill Paine from Social Concern for the 80's. mart/e8     '_ _ _ " ". I Sum ay, Sept. 26. Milk Promotion Services, Inc. The program will consist of L/oval B/xb" 7'Jga i i i outstanding speakers, a 1 mF III PIP f" %, ........ varietyofworkshopstochoe wENTWORTH " Laurie ttOlily Jewelers Since 1923 IIII I. j'JlA rnone444-2142 .allCOlleCt. from, a panel of Vermont Borger, daughtr--ofMr, and Wo4’vill N H • !] [ I m ,- m  • 1 SEARS ROEBUCK, Wo0dsville. N H. business leaders as well as a Mrs Richard Borger, became ...... t • "- , "" IP" I  • IIlMMMIIP I i l PIKE o, Pk,, S.H. statewide political candidates the bride of Lloyd W. Bixby, Tel. 747 3482   1,. McLAM'sSTORE, E. Corinth, Vt. • D A k |  I • r- FAIRLEE OE,ERAL, Fairlee. Vt. panel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald  -" :-" :" "-" :._ P I m,    mm  ORmRDWLtESTORE, 0dordvle, N,H. The conference fee of $10,00 . Bixby of Warren, on Saturday, _ _____ J BATH VARIETY STORE Bath N H ma be aid t " c _ =,rN |ll$'lW • v .......... -- -'r t w y p a [he doer  Oct. 2, in a ceremony at the -  ... GROION KALb/UKt,  O , , - - • * te Vt In[ormatlon on meals and .ere Clotnmg ’re center SOUTHRYEGATE STORE, SouthRyego , . • . . .  Wentworth Congregational ni-. ..... a .I.I-'= ...... :,., WESTERN AUTO STOR[, Brodofd: V,. ranging, packages may be  Church.  ,4 /  k,, ACMSMOUIAIN r . I#I # i,,u www IV at, MERRILLS iNSURANCE OFFICE bsoon N H obtained b " ' ' ' " " y calling The Lake  The Reverend Frank ([,. _   rvs, w e J Morey Inn at 802-333-4311.   I Tmas ..oiciLt?, ...... . .. _  ;/ ,,A lillllllllllllllllllllH| ...... III   "tiven ih tam'tinge ny her| "" . ' . " : white gown with train and | [ J .",31V//l 11 [e===t I Dale and Patricia Pearee veil. She carried a bouquet of • / ==, ' I_-._ 1 i ,1 -- . .r - -- I A I peach-colored roses with | /    (/'-_J "_  ] • • J I! / white carnations and baby's | /  [ I  ' l/ 1 |l G Ptr AIlI tfl breath. Her attendants wore[ / / '  [,'/'l ----, ame I  LWlWt./gL .Z.WV,L/iW gVtL peach gowns and carried[ /  A,  [ 1"/1/ 1 \\; TM m WORD SEEK I LAST WEEK'S WINNER !  ,  bouquets similar to the|f " 'ff f" ['/  \\; 11['1"1, [ Jl IJ[ w)l.]ftJ[ bride s. Her maid of honor | ) }/_\\; }1 R \\;   P  )'l I Aaimals I Mrs. Shirley Johnson • , Ut,14/m-/ - .,,A,. vv was her sister Kathy and her | ’/f#ffi [1  | * "_. ) ricia L n girl wore a hoop chiffon dress sister Jesse was a bridesmaid Vershwe, Vermont I  M O N K E Y A E R E O V B G I D I " ORFORD-- Pat Y . .l /llffi=' II.I , ' E= / Allen. daughter of Richard landw carried a basket of Best man was Daniel ;P F J 0 E S U Q H I J S V I H HI[ - l and Judith Ale _ ... .i_J//(} 1  II/ll w.= ' " 1 n of Fairlee, o ers Mossholder of Bradford Warm t,,am th " e of Dale 'ollowmg the ceremony, a Ushers were Thomas Toemey Wool a E D O  J H R D W G B Y T G R Q _ . _A vO ' • Ivian Pa Franklin wedding receptionwasheldat of S Wentworth and Rickie Lmm ........ rce, son of • q :P R Y L T R E 0 C T O P U S J D I "''.t .l . -- • and Evelyn Pearc . " g P !  i. e of La the Lake Morye Inn in Fairlee, Borger NeilBor er resented d,. r..,m. !0  S /k B I K C H O G R B O F T" W l- . -- --I nln l Mesa, Calff., at the Our Lady Vt. T hecouplethenleftona the guest boek. | -I /  IlJtllllIl[l/li// oo,.,o,, K p T V I M U T S L P I F Z I T • I_ 00O'VV i Queen of Peace Church in wedding, trip to the White A reception for 150 guests |  [ lll[tl/ ,--,,,U. 00 E C B P T G E Q N R Q B S A II l[  P : Orford, N.H., on Sept. 25. monntams., followed the ceremony in the| .............. K . . I ' V E R H A P H S L T O N B Q H R I !:""4 • ]'a,hv .thur .l elliher lne couple now reside in church vestry where a buffet - U L E G R X C F T G O  S F S /kin m '"-=:"i' l I officiated the eeremony. SanD1.eg.o, Cahf. . luncheon was served. The I .... The bride's maid of honor l-'aElcla Is a 1980 gracluate wedding .,cake was made by | • ;he:l zaia and tam L H R Z C W M X R bl R 0 0 J Q C 1 W /" ii.. i • was Susanne Allen of Fairlee. of. the Cheshire. Hospital the brides friend, Brenda| • Fonalpockot,tmatmont0 hooded style , h/ T E L T T A C U W B X G C O C I i'  [I ._ (( . • Her bridesmaids were Joyce npol.ot .iursm.g m Keene, Bosvent. , | • Grtpi dmonsWoolrichsportawoaz 0 D P Z W H H F T L O D Y W L O m l  l Hummel of Tulsa, Okla., and N.tl.. ne m employeo as a Mrs. Bixby, an 81 graduate] * Wooh'k:h Since1830 an impoant part ol doing Victoria Meyer of Huntington, reg)sEerea nurse at.. the of Plymouth Area High [ it right" , P T A B N B E R E K O P E T E O 1 vL--[: • Conn. The flower girl was cr[pps emorml tospal in School, is employed hy New[ • A qrtChianqitt[ L,a JOlla, L;alH [ C X X M E T U M X S K T E D R Nil -" . ... ... uale m a graauate of Cooperative Mr Bixb is in  S E Z  A A N M S B Z A T R W • - Donate nt to your church I ........ Cara Rescono of North Haven .... t " ....... " Hampshire ElectriC|y I ? L L G R C R B A D A a N a T G : " Or the Cucumber Fund I 'r., t,+ ...... tnhen rossmon ana tahtornia the logging business with his I '']__ • ....AII" ................... v, "€ ,-,--,--,v ..... ,i;o Calffr . collegeS.scripps. MemorlalHe is. employedHOspltal, asat fatherThe " cou le In   ,   i a B E Y Q I Y K L I A N S L U P • __ n____ a -r --A-" • Ushers were Gregory Allen of ....... P will live " Iuvous •,,,, OPCNFIOAY  R Z K R A H Z C T A Y P W Q D I "" DUy P ealt _ I Pacific Palisades, Ca|if, and a Kespwamryrnerapmt. . Warren upon returning from[ HT'L ' 0 B S T E R U V S E A L E S H I " Buy school supplies | Douglas Allen of Cheshire, thelinecgulnnaoanI°une, their wedding trip to Maine. A(,OUNT S$.JOhflgDuw. Vt • WOOOhVIIIo, NH 900PM r A t amei Cattle "k You can buy a meal : pe, Bat, Bear, Ca , C , , n 1 I Conn. , • , Erica Rescigno of North 1982. - -  _ _  _- - - -_ _- ->A - Do, Goat, Hot, l-large, Monkey, Rob- I "k You can buy a pizza I Haven, Conn., was the ring -- l, ............. 'l • * * - 11 Coon, Sheep, Whale, Fish, Snake, . . Put nt m the bank I bearer. :TWi: PAUI;DA qHng IA/fllgTq vnli The bride wore a delicate K I I Ill. fllVl L-liM Pl Idl IWnll I l 1 Ik/U ! ' (lom, Octopus, Oyster, Crab, Lobster, I " Go to the arocery store i floer length ivory taffeta gown ( ...................... ? . . .  • P, PIg, Cow, Elephant, Bwd, Squirrel, -----A = ....... "A'£,-.)-'-I . featuring a sweetheart COMMUNITY  A • l I l IIdMqkimllll l . I ..: ...... neckline onabeadedalican HEAL00S000000CES -' Ill HI-as nHu- nNi-lcu-nlnKlm- - * Frog, Seal, Bee, Fox, Owl, Tiger, •  ] J" ' [/ "T-==z=:: -    1 lace bodice. Her ten-foot train NEWBUR -- mmunity , u, K---, -- - •  ; -" II  I :/\\;' [ I ' • of candlelight organza was Health Services Inc. Town ', • 'lla t LeO a  - - > , par I -;Y i;  [I I L/f { i s I highlighted by a tier of Nurse will be in Newbury at I= n It n  o. %v:%,I I HIJ% - u $ 1 chantillylace. She also wore a the Bailey Memorial Club on i " Hn00vnn .......... U :z;-" lf \\;N-I]ILI-. 1 _ t,,. - Y:?L /1,/?];,.,1 • beaded juliet cap with a Wednesday, Oct. 2O, from2:00 , IkPt.ll t- - 1    - f-----[k! [  I  m fingertip illusion veil to 4:00 p.m. The nurse will be , . .. .... • :t. U|:lJ ,.| i She carried a uquet of checking for hypertension and ' A/illtlP i"._.__ $tom P • "      " - ---- .. I r 3;H  "-  . gardenias, stephanotis, and will be checking weight. Flu i r,/U U OL U /0 '...lllllllla -'";]Lil -[" ! ivy wound within a white shots will be available for . . . :-  :  z -" e family prayer boek persons over 60 or persons at a lftllJOltPtet ttl*O • : :  ///J;]l , I The maid of honer and high risk;, $3.00 per shot for LUULIO[JGaIG/O . i r • bridesmaids wore periwinkle persons tram memoersnip ' -- ......... m,,,mi .,.,, --, • blue chiffon blouses with towns, $4 00 per gnat other * A ' • I " " . • " t last, we ve found a $75 speaker Weekly prizes of $5.00 awarded to the _ georgette skirts. The flower wise. good enough to receive our eomplete endorsement. Boston Acoustics has • winner" week and a monthly prize" , 1 twice won the HI-Fi Grand PHx - -_--"- lucky I _ , ..... ,._J ,m.. award more Importantly, we  - : - clau um,eu t..= think ""- ............. .... i mey are unbeatable in their of a $25.00 Sawnfls Bond awarded to a lucky I 17 prc;;:g:reC:?edlsten -- and . . , . . n ntestant even nf you dndn t wm the weekly pnze. I .m VALUI: UFILI g m )/o. 00acn $in le er -,i n Here are some of the other fine audio products that can be seen at the • lini Steel Back Camera Shop. RULES e _ l * Diamond Tooled " hl,- l".'the WORD SEEK PUZZLE on this mn " I  : Electronically Tired -- TANDBERG -- DENON -- CONRAD JOHNSON ::rand.mail it to the JournalOpinion, P.O. l[ S  1Ye.Guane -- AKAMICHI --SIGNET --ACOUsTAT e t , Bradford, Vt. It must be received by , v -- • -- • • . i?nday following publication to be l" o o..  • o •  +=,, ,, n  _1i + 150 -- NAP -- B&W -- AND MORE...  All puzzles received will be placed in/ JLL 00LIIIIUIflLIII_ n SendS14.95 $. ’ll mer from which a letter will he drawfi ' .    Postage and Handling to: ..Ifltls’rt, thatpersonwlll 1'. e II , PeckSales 62W. 4St. PA asr0000A fUer. If it ls incorrect, another envelope llr  t'1v',llf n Lm NewYork. N.Y. 10036 ,-AVJlLA["A  %JV """ f HANOVER ,0 ['lq,'n,sary. TRY YOUR LUCK. -- m ,, Check or Money Order Only. 0 ItCter will be announced the following week in the Journal Opinion and the Second Opinion. i endar 47-51 S. Main Street 603-643-4545 Hanover, N.H. illlil Ilililllllllllllllll b October 6, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 r CALENDAR _ OF EVENTS Wednesday, Oct. 6 RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations Rondo group meeting at the home of I Bischoff on Upper Baker Pond Road at 1:30 p.m. United Methodist Women to meet, }.m. Community Health Services Inc. Town Nurse, Hill Church, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Friday, Oct. 8 Senior Citizens Luncheon at the Oxbow serving at 11:45 a.m. For reservations call Saturday, Oct. 9 Annual Lord's Acre Supper and Auction, settings at 5:00, 5:45, and 6:30. Auction starts at Monday, Oct. 11 Christmas Revels adult auditions, The Ray LoP:00p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 12 Cooperative Preschool meeting at the 8:00p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 13 : Historical Society Meeting, Town Hall, 7:30 p.m. Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations I Social j Christmas Revels group is Iookin00 for talent HANOVER-- The Christmas auditions. For more in- Revels choral group is seeking formation call Carol Orgain at talented people to join in this 802-765-4495 after 5:00 p.m. year's Christmas Revels If you are interested in production, helping with the set or props, According to a group call Charlie Dupruy (sets) at ... spokesman, they are looking 802-765-4582 or Randy Wilson for dancers this year along (props)at B02-765-457& with members for their chorus for their usual audition UNITED METIIODIST process. Help with props and WOMEN set construction is also being N. HAVERHILL-- The N. THE CLASS OF 1932--The 50th year reunion of Woodsville High Bernie Farquaharson, Bertha (Snelgrove) Keysar, Fred Jewett, sought. Haverhill United Methodist Auditions for the chorus and Women will hold a Pre* School was held at the Happy Hour Restaurant in Wells River. (unidentified), and Bartlett Mann. Bottom row, sitting were: Albion for dancers will be held on Christmas and Food Sale Those attending were: (back row, standing) Anna (Zambon) Weeks, Martha (Thayer) Evans, Betty (Davidson) Knox, Avrilio Monday, Oct. 11, at the Ray Saturday, Oct. 9, at the United Donovan, Charles Irwin, Evelyn (Stowell) Edson, Mary (Dearborn) Venturini, Marion (Wallace) Bassett, Howard Mason, and Isabelle School in Hanover from 6:30 to Methodist Church from 10:00 Main, Augusta (Caravatti) Bridge, Mildred (Carpenter) Makin, Mason. 9:00 p.m.; these will he adult a.m toh:00p.m. ooa High School Class of 1932 reunion WOODSVILLE-- Sixteen by these attending. It was There was much Wilton, N.H.; Bartlett Mann, Harold Heath, Littleton, N.H.; members with their spouses followed by the welcoming of reminiscing of the faculty, Woodsville; Aurelio Ven- Evelyn Stowell Edsen, and one faculty member, and the class and a prayer offered classmates and old friends. A turini, Woedsville; Martha Montpelier, Vt. ; Marion spouse, of the graduating by Bartlett Mann, State sharing of memorabilia added Thayer Evans, Dover, N.H. Wallace Bassett, Lyndonville, Class of 1932 from Woedsville Representative of the Town of much to the festivity of the and Salt Pierce, Fla.; Mildred Vt. ; Anna Zambon Denovan, High School attended their Haverhill in Grafton County. occasion. Carpenter Makin, Waltbun, W. Yarmouth, Mass.; Charles 50th reunion at the Happy There was a sing-a-long and Those attending were as Mass.; Augusta Caravatti Irwin, N. Haverhill; Bertha Hour Restaurant in Wells individual autobiographies follows: Howard Mason, Bridge, Almstedville, N.Y.; Snellgrove Keyser, Warren; River, Vt. Sat., Sept. 25. given by the classmates. Betty Davison Knox, Far- A noon buffet was enjoyed Prizes were awarded for , mington, Me.; Albion Weeks, contributions made toward Wells River; Bernie the success of the reunion. Farquaharsen, S. Ryegate; Much credit for the success Fred Jewett, Marshfield, Vt.; Homeworker of the reunion goes to Bartlett and Mary Dearborn Main, attend Fall meetin Mann, Martha Thayer Evans, Groveton, N.H. and Aurelio Venturini. E. BETHEL,-- The Orange County Extension QUOTE Homemakers Fall Council "At 20 years of age: the Meeting will be held on Conference of will reigns; at 30 the wlt; at Tuesday, Oct. 12, at the East Social Concer118 40 the judgment." Benjamin Franklin Bethel Grange. FAIRLEE-- The Vermont A Pot Luck Lunch is planned Conference of Social Concerns with the Hostess Clubs is holding it's annual con- " Hearts On Fire providing breads, butter, ference on Oct. 14 and 15 at the beverage, plates and utensils. Lake MorezInn in Fairlee, Vt. with October's fiery opals. Blazing Registration at 9:30 with a This r's conference, with color, these genuine opals are FIVE YEARS OF MARRIAGE--Edward 50-cent fee and business which will be the 66th in the Lour/e Borer set in 14 karat yellow gold-filled. meeting will commence at organization's history, will ° Cowles celebrated their Silver Wedding 10:00. Guest speaker after focus on the subject of Work; a with an open house at their home in lunch will be Bill Paine from Social Concern for the 80's. mart/e8     '_ _ _ " ". I Sum ay, Sept. 26. Milk Promotion Services, Inc. The program will consist of L/oval B/xb" 7'Jga i i i outstanding speakers, a 1 mF III PIP f" %, ........ varietyofworkshopstochoe wENTWORTH " Laurie ttOlily Jewelers Since 1923 IIII I. j'JlA rnone444-2142 .allCOlleCt. from, a panel of Vermont Borger, daughtr--ofMr, and Wo4’vill N H • !] [ I m ,- m  • 1 SEARS ROEBUCK, Wo0dsville. N H. business leaders as well as a Mrs Richard Borger, became ...... t • "- , "" IP" I  • IIlMMMIIP I i l PIKE o, Pk,, S.H. statewide political candidates the bride of Lloyd W. Bixby, Tel. 747 3482   1,. McLAM'sSTORE, E. Corinth, Vt. • D A k |  I • r- FAIRLEE OE,ERAL, Fairlee. Vt. panel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald  -" :-" :" "-" :._ P I m,    mm  ORmRDWLtESTORE, 0dordvle, N,H. The conference fee of $10,00 . Bixby of Warren, on Saturday, _ _____ J BATH VARIETY STORE Bath N H ma be aid t " c _ =,rN |ll$'lW • v .......... -- -'r t w y p a [he doer  Oct. 2, in a ceremony at the -  ... GROION KALb/UKt,  O , , - - • * te Vt In[ormatlon on meals and .ere Clotnmg ’re center SOUTHRYEGATE STORE, SouthRyego , . • . . .  Wentworth Congregational ni-. ..... a .I.I-'= ...... :,., WESTERN AUTO STOR[, Brodofd: V,. ranging, packages may be  Church.  ,4 /  k,, ACMSMOUIAIN r . I#I # i,,u www IV at, MERRILLS iNSURANCE OFFICE bsoon N H obtained b " ' ' ' " " y calling The Lake  The Reverend Frank ([,. _   rvs, w e J Morey Inn at 802-333-4311.   I Tmas ..oiciLt?, ...... . .. _  ;/ ,,A lillllllllllllllllllllH| ...... III   "tiven ih tam'tinge ny her| "" . ' . " : white gown with train and | [ J .",31V//l 11 [e===t I Dale and Patricia Pearee veil. She carried a bouquet of • / ==, ' I_-._ 1 i ,1 -- . .r - -- I A I peach-colored roses with | /    (/'-_J "_  ] • • J I! / white carnations and baby's | /  [ I  ' l/ 1 |l G Ptr AIlI tfl breath. Her attendants wore[ / / '  [,'/'l ----, ame I  LWlWt./gL .Z.WV,L/iW gVtL peach gowns and carried[ /  A,  [ 1"/1/ 1 \\; TM m WORD SEEK I LAST WEEK'S WINNER !  ,  bouquets similar to the|f " 'ff f" ['/  \\; 11['1"1, [ Jl IJ[ w)l.]ftJ[ bride s. Her maid of honor | ) }/_\\; }1 R \\;   P  )'l I Aaimals I Mrs. Shirley Johnson • , Ut,14/m-/ - .,,A,. vv was her sister Kathy and her | ’/f#ffi [1  | * "_. ) ricia L n girl wore a hoop chiffon dress sister Jesse was a bridesmaid Vershwe, Vermont I  M O N K E Y A E R E O V B G I D I " ORFORD-- Pat Y . .l /llffi=' II.I , ' E= / Allen. daughter of Richard landw carried a basket of Best man was Daniel ;P F J 0 E S U Q H I J S V I H HI[ - l and Judith Ale _ ... .i_J//(} 1  II/ll w.= ' " 1 n of Fairlee, o ers Mossholder of Bradford Warm t,,am th " e of Dale 'ollowmg the ceremony, a Ushers were Thomas Toemey Wool a E D O  J H R D W G B Y T G R Q _ . _A vO ' • Ivian Pa Franklin wedding receptionwasheldat of S Wentworth and Rickie Lmm ........ rce, son of • q :P R Y L T R E 0 C T O P U S J D I "''.t .l . -- • and Evelyn Pearc . " g P !  i. e of La the Lake Morye Inn in Fairlee, Borger NeilBor er resented d,. r..,m. !0  S /k B I K C H O G R B O F T" W l- . -- --I nln l Mesa, Calff., at the Our Lady Vt. T hecouplethenleftona the guest boek. | -I /  IlJtllllIl[l/li// oo,.,o,, K p T V I M U T S L P I F Z I T • I_ 00O'VV i Queen of Peace Church in wedding, trip to the White A reception for 150 guests |  [ lll[tl/ ,--,,,U. 00 E C B P T G E Q N R Q B S A II l[  P : Orford, N.H., on Sept. 25. monntams., followed the ceremony in the| .............. K . . I ' V E R H A P H S L T O N B Q H R I !:""4 • ]'a,hv .thur .l elliher lne couple now reside in church vestry where a buffet - U L E G R X C F T G O  S F S /kin m '"-=:"i' l I officiated the eeremony. SanD1.eg.o, Cahf. . luncheon was served. The I .... The bride's maid of honor l-'aElcla Is a 1980 gracluate wedding .,cake was made by | • ;he:l zaia and tam L H R Z C W M X R bl R 0 0 J Q C 1 W /" ii.. i • was Susanne Allen of Fairlee. of. the Cheshire. Hospital the brides friend, Brenda| • Fonalpockot,tmatmont0 hooded style , h/ T E L T T A C U W B X G C O C I i'  [I ._ (( . • Her bridesmaids were Joyce npol.ot .iursm.g m Keene, Bosvent. , | • Grtpi dmonsWoolrichsportawoaz 0 D P Z W H H F T L O D Y W L O m l  l Hummel of Tulsa, Okla., and N.tl.. ne m employeo as a Mrs. Bixby, an 81 graduate] * Wooh'k:h Since1830 an impoant part ol doing Victoria Meyer of Huntington, reg)sEerea nurse at.. the of Plymouth Area High [ it right" , P T A B N B E R E K O P E T E O 1 vL--[: • Conn. The flower girl was cr[pps emorml tospal in School, is employed hy New[ • A qrtChianqitt[ L,a JOlla, L;alH [ C X X M E T U M X S K T E D R Nil -" . ... ... uale m a graauate of Cooperative Mr Bixb is in  S E Z  A A N M S B Z A T R W • - Donate nt to your church I ........ Cara Rescono of North Haven .... t " ....... " Hampshire ElectriC|y I ? L L G R C R B A D A a N a T G : " Or the Cucumber Fund I 'r., t,+ ...... tnhen rossmon ana tahtornia the logging business with his I '']__ • ....AII" ................... v, "€ ,-,--,--,v ..... ,i;o Calffr . collegeS.scripps. MemorlalHe is. employedHOspltal, asat fatherThe " cou le In   ,   i a B E Y Q I Y K L I A N S L U P • __ n____ a -r --A-" • Ushers were Gregory Allen of ....... P will live " Iuvous •,,,, OPCNFIOAY  R Z K R A H Z C T A Y P W Q D I "" DUy P ealt _ I Pacific Palisades, Ca|if, and a Kespwamryrnerapmt. . Warren upon returning from[ HT'L ' 0 B S T E R U V S E A L E S H I " Buy school supplies | Douglas Allen of Cheshire, thelinecgulnnaoanI°une, their wedding trip to Maine. A(,OUNT S$.JOhflgDuw. Vt • WOOOhVIIIo, NH 900PM r A t amei Cattle "k You can buy a meal : pe, Bat, Bear, Ca , C , , n 1 I Conn. , • , Erica Rescigno of North 1982. - -  _ _  _- - - -_ _- ->A - Do, Goat, Hot, l-large, Monkey, Rob- I "k You can buy a pizza I Haven, Conn., was the ring -- l, ............. 'l • * * - 11 Coon, Sheep, Whale, Fish, Snake, . . Put nt m the bank I bearer. :TWi: PAUI;DA qHng IA/fllgTq vnli The bride wore a delicate K I I Ill. fllVl L-liM Pl Idl IWnll I l 1 Ik/U ! ' (lom, Octopus, Oyster, Crab, Lobster, I " Go to the arocery store i floer length ivory taffeta gown ( ...................... ? . . .  • P, PIg, Cow, Elephant, Bwd, Squirrel, -----A = ....... "A'£,-.)-'-I . featuring a sweetheart COMMUNITY  A • l I l IIdMqkimllll l . I ..: ...... neckline onabeadedalican HEAL00S000000CES -' Ill HI-as nHu- nNi-lcu-nlnKlm- - * Frog, Seal, Bee, Fox, Owl, Tiger, •  ] J" ' [/ "T-==z=:: -    1 lace bodice. Her ten-foot train NEWBUR -- mmunity , u, K---, -- - •  ; -" II  I :/\\;' [ I ' • of candlelight organza was Health Services Inc. Town ', • 'lla t LeO a  - - > , par I -;Y i;  [I I L/f { i s I highlighted by a tier of Nurse will be in Newbury at I= n It n  o. %v:%,I I HIJ% - u $ 1 chantillylace. She also wore a the Bailey Memorial Club on i " Hn00vnn .......... U :z;-" lf \\;N-I]ILI-. 1 _ t,,. - Y:?L /1,/?];,.,1 • beaded juliet cap with a Wednesday, Oct. 2O, from2:00 , IkPt.ll t- - 1    - f-----[k! [  I  m fingertip illusion veil to 4:00 p.m. The nurse will be , . .. .... • :t. U|:lJ ,.| i She carried a uquet of checking for hypertension and ' A/illtlP i"._.__ $tom P • "      " - ---- .. I r 3;H  "-  . gardenias, stephanotis, and will be checking weight. Flu i r,/U U OL U /0 '...lllllllla -'";]Lil -[" ! ivy wound within a white shots will be available for . . . :-  :  z -" e family prayer boek persons over 60 or persons at a lftllJOltPtet ttl*O • : :  ///J;]l , I The maid of honer and high risk;, $3.00 per shot for LUULIO[JGaIG/O . i r • bridesmaids wore periwinkle persons tram memoersnip ' -- ......... m,,,mi .,.,, --, • blue chiffon blouses with towns, $4 00 per gnat other * A ' • I " " . • " t last, we ve found a $75 speaker Weekly prizes of $5.00 awarded to the _ georgette skirts. The flower wise. good enough to receive our eomplete endorsement. Boston Acoustics has • winner" week and a monthly prize" , 1 twice won the HI-Fi Grand PHx - -_--"- lucky I _ , ..... ,._J ,m.. award more Importantly, we  - : - clau um,eu t..= think ""- ............. .... i mey are unbeatable in their of a $25.00 Sawnfls Bond awarded to a lucky I 17 prc;;:g:reC:?edlsten -- and . . , . . n ntestant even nf you dndn t wm the weekly pnze. 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