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October 7, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 Judith Aaron wed to Je.ffrey Slack ! and Mrs. Jeffrey Slack United bouquet of white stepbanotis Christ was the and roses, blue anemones and 15 of the wedding pink miniature carnations tied Ann Aaron of with ivory satin ribbon. Jeffrey Alan Denise Aaron - Marra was Corinth. The matron of honor for her sister. White of E. The bridesmaids were at the 7:00 Michele and Jill Aaron, sisters for of the bride; and Kimberly Brainerd was Slack, sister of the bridegroom. Dean Aaron of The bride's attendants wore Portville, Edwardian-styled gowns of Parents of the turquoise chiffon over crepe husband is the de chine. The gowns had Mrs. Gregory tucked bodices, bishop sleeves and mandarin collars. Their was given in cresant-shaped bouquets were father, was of lilies, mums and baby's an Edwardian- breath in pastel shades, and designed and tied with satin streamers. sister, Denise Leigh Ann Murry, cousin of The ivory silk the bride, was flower girl. She de chine wore a three-quarter-length a set-in yoke dress of sprigged dimity appliques, a topped with an eyelet apron. bodice, and She carried a spray of white The a- roses at the waiste Eric Tillotson was best man. , ended in a Guests were ushered by in edged in Stephen Slack, brother of the wide - bridegroom, Raymond was covered Nickles and Richard Bowen. Christopher Murray, cousin veil of of the bride, was the ring with three bearer. He wore a white linen Edwardian suit and carried a a colonial pillow made by the mother of You the bride. The men in the wedding party wore silver gray tuxedos. The buffet reception for 200 guests was held at Lake Morey Inn in Fairlee. The pillared wedding cake was in pastel blue. It was topped with a miniature bridal bouquet and was served by Cynthia Whitaker of Chester, Vt., a college friend of the bride. The guest book was circulated by Bonnie Gendron. After a trip in the New England States the couple are residing in So. Corinth. The bride graduated from Poruille (N.Y.) High School in 1979 and from Champlain College in Burlington, Vt. in 1981. She is employed at the Dartmouth Savings Bank, in Hanover, N.H. Her husband graduated from Oxbow High School in Bradford, Vt. in 1978 and is self-employed on the family farm. Guests attended from New York, New Hampshire, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts and Vermont. Lees-Youne engagement announced WOODSVILLE--Mr David Lees of Long Island, N.Y. and Mrs. Lillian Lees of Wood- sville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Ellen, to Alfred G. Young, Woodsville, son of Hannah Young of Woodsville. Wedding vows will be oK- changed at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Wood- sville on Oct. 24. 1981. Orange East Senior Club meetin00 BRADFORD--Orange East Center Senior Club met on Sept. 17. There were only 20 at the meeting due to no pot luck dinner. Sorry, but we bad to give them up for the winter, due to limited space, but will start again in the Spring at some other location. We had a very successful raffle this year. Also, a boomerang of an auction at Oxbow. Jessie Dodsworth was the auctioneer and she was dressed to fill the part. Our picnic was a smash hit at Groton State Park this summer. What a nice place! A Christmas Sweet Sale coming up in December, so you see the Senior Club is on the ball again. Card parties every Friday will start again this week at the Center at 1 p.m. for the winter. Our President, Marie Cavalier will soon he leaving for Connecticut for the winter mouths. This office will he filled by the appointment and the approval of the Executive Board by Fran Meyette, Vice President and by Lillian Augustine, Second Vice President. Due to ill health, Doris Cummings and Dottle Millis had to retire. We are losing two very good offices. Next meeting will be held at the Center on Thursday, Oct. 15at l:00p.m. Barbershop concert scheduled BRADFORD--A Barbershop Harmony Concert, sponsored by the Bradford Community Club will he held on Oct. 17 at 7:30p.m. The concert will be held in the old Bradford Academy Building on Main St. in Bradford. Donations are requested: Adults, $3.00; Senior Citizens and Students, $2.00. Mr. and Mrs. WIHiam Welch Vows exchanged at S. Ryegate wedding S. RYEGATE--Friends and relatives of Sandra Lee and William M. Welch gathered in an outdoor fellowship at the summit of the Mountain View Farm before descending to the village Presbyterian church, for the marriage ceremony and exchange of wedding vows on Sept. 12. Reverend Marion Redding officiated in the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welch Jr., of S. Ryegate, wore an ivory satin gown that flowed into a chapel-length train. It featured a picture neckline with lace sleeves and was sewn by the bride's aunt, Linda Glynn of Wells River. COUPON CLIPPER Swap forms with friends and relatives With that you more with re fun- they super- has trade of the of us in prac- of to have for gatherings gets around, you can expect more of your friends and neighbors to join in the fun. Speaking of fun, form trading can add some new life to family gatherings. Just ask all the aunts and uncles, cousins and nieces to round up all the refund forms they can find and bring them to the gathering. In my next column I will tell you about the rules for trading refund forms in per- son and by mail. This week's smart shopper is Kathleen Bonker of Fayetteville, N.C. She tells me that her supermar- ket had Duncan Hines cake mix on sale for 65 cents a box. She had a coupon for $1 off on the purchase of three boxes. She then sent the proofs of purchase to the company for a $1.00 refund. "They paid me 65 cents to eat their delicious cakes. Now that's saving money!" says Mrs. Bonker. She and other readers who receive my smart shopper award will receive a copy of the refunding magazine, The National Supermarket Shopper. Send your experi- ence to me in care of this newspaper. Here is a refund form to write for: Wisk Free Trimmin's Offer, P.O. Box 7220, Westbury, N.Y. 11592. This offer for a free bottle of ketchup, mustard or baked beans 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 Eurchnse as detailed below. Remember, some offers are not avail- able in all areas of the coun- try. Today's refund offers are worth $8.58. Soups, Snack Foods, Candy (File 5) -- Celeste Pizza and Soft Drink $1.50 Refund. Send the required refund form, the net-weight statements from two large (more than 19-ounce) Celeste Pizza packages and the register tape from the purchase of at least 28 ounces of soft drink Expires Jan. 31, 1982. -- Chef Pizza Mix 65-Cent Coupon Offer. Send the required refund form and two bottom flaps with Uni- versal Product Code sym- bols from any Chef Boyar- dee Pizza Mix packages. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. takes to a a and I new to for cart of Your -- Hershey's Giant Givea- way, Receive a half-pound Giant Bar. Send the required refund form and the star- burst symbols from the front wrappers of two half-pound Hershey's Giant Bars. Expires Jan. 31, 1982, -- Hershey's Summertime Savings. Receive a $1 refund and two 50-cent coupons. Send the required refund form and two empty bags (8 ounces or larger) from Hershey's Kisses, Hershey's Miniatures, Rolo, Reese's Miniatures or Reese's Piec- es. Expires Nov. 31, 1981. -- Lipton Vegetable Soup Mix Free Coupon Offer. Receive a coupon worth up to 85 cents. Send the required refund form and two front name panels from Lipton Country Vegetable and-or Vegetable Beef Soup Mix. Expires Jan. 31, 1982. -- Raisinets, Goobers, Sno-Caps Holiday Movie Money Offer. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and the yellow burst from any five 3-ounce or larger boxes of Raisinets, Goobers and Sno-Caps. Expires Feb. 1, 1982. -- Velamints 50-Cent Offer. Receive a 50-cent refund. Send the required refund form and three Velamints wrappers. Expires Nov. 30, 1981. Bonus! This offer doesn't require a form: -- Starburst Free Bag Offer, P.O. Box 5780, Maple Plain, Minn. 55348. Receive a bag of Starburst Fruit Chews. Send the Universal Product Code symbols from the backs of three l-pound bags of Starburst Fruit Chews, Expires Dec. 31, 1981, Copyright, 1981, United Feature Syndicate, Inc. L The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Welch of S. Ryegate, was attired in a formal blue suit with pink rose boutonnaire. Ushers were similarly attired. The bride carried an ivory French lace fan finished in pink roses and blue phlox with pink cup flowers. Her hair- piece was circular lace finished in the same flowers and ivory streamers. Cindy and Sylvia Welch, sisters of the bridegroom, were maid of honor and bridesmaid in matching scoop neckline floor- length floral gowns and carried satin wristlets that fell down with blue phlox and pink cup silk flowers. Flower girl Dawn Hatch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hatch of S. Ryegate, wore a lavender floral floor-length gown and Roscoe and Kathy Blaisdeil .>.. == == Z O Kathleen Cou/zhlin wed to Roscoe BlaisdeU N. HAVERHILL--Kathieen Diane Charbonneau. Coughlin, daughter of Cdr. The best man was the and Mrs James E. M. groom's brother, Carl Coughlin (USN) of Litchfield, Blaisdell of Claremont, N.H. N.H. was married to Roscoe Ushers were: James Coughlin Blaisdell, son of Mr. and Mrs. of Litchfield, N.H., brother of Edwin Blaisdell of N. the bride Brian Blaisdell of Haverhill, on Sept. 12 at the St. Hooksett, N.H., brother of the John Evangelist Church in groom; and KennethBlaisdell Hudson, N.H The Rev. Paul of N. Haverhill, brother of the E. Groleau officiated, groom. The bride wore her mother's Following the ceremony a wedding gown (1946)of all reception was held at the over embroidered white satin. Hoodcroft Restaurant in Fashioned with a sweetheart Derry, N.H. neckline and long sleeves Guests attended the ending in points at the wrist, ceremonies from Maine, The fullskirt was madewitha Massachusetts, Vermont, court train. Her finger-tip veil New Hampshire, Connecticut, of illusion net fell from a Washington state, California, seeded pearl tiara. She wore a Oklahoma, and Tennessee. necklace of matched pearls. The bride is a graduate of She carried a half cascade Nashua High School in 1976 bouquet of lavender tea roses, and was a cum laudegraduate stephonotis, baby's breath, from the University of New miniature white and mint Hampshire in 1979. She is green carnations and silk currently employed at lillies-of-the-valley. Hiilsborough County Superior The matron of honor was the Court in Manchester, N.H. bride's sister Mrs. Pamela J. The groom is a 1977 Peacock of Nashua, N.H. She graduate of Woedsville High wore an aquamarine chemise- School and was also cure laude style dress with a high-necked graduate of the University of overblouse of sheer lace and New 14ampshire in 19. e s netting. Her bouquet was of currently employed as-a  lavender tea roses, button surveyor inRaymond, N.H. poms, daisies, delphiniums, The couple took a trip to and baby's breath. The Washington D.C. following the bridesmaids were Mrs. Diane wedding and are presently Stone, Jocelyne Dagesse, and living in Freemont, N.H. held a bouquet of flowers that matched the bride's, inset Edgar A. Downing of E. with gold rings. The bridal Topsham have announced the attendants wore hairpieces of engagement of their daughter, the same flowers. Larry Laura Mae, to Raymond F. Welch was his brother's best NicklesJr. of Fairlee. Laura Downing to wed Raymond Nickles Jr. E. TOPSHAM-- Mr. and Mrs. Miss Downing will be a 1982 graduate of Oxbow High School. Raymond Nickles Jr. is a 1978 graduate of Oxbow High School and is presently self-employed A September wedding has been planned. man and Kevin DuPont, usher. For her daughter's wedding Gloria Welch wore a street length violet velvet dress. Sylvia Welch, mother of the bridegroom, wore a blue silk street length dress of floral design. Mr. and Mrs. William Welch presented rose cor- sages and pink silk bouton- naires to their grandparents, Mr and Mrs. William Brill of Woodsville, Mrs. Richard Welch Sr. of Haverhill and Mr. Harry Wiliams of Groton. Mary Stevens played flute for the wedding march. Soloist Linda Glynn sang "Annie's Song" accompanied by her husband John, on guitar. Miachel Welch, brother of the bride, and Linda Glynn sang "Colour My World" ac- companied by De-Ann Welch on piano, sister-in-law of the bride, and Risa Crawford on flute. Gary Mason and Michael Brill, uncle and cousin of the bride, parked cars. Mr. and Mrs. David Boyce and family of Boultonville completed the arrangements for the outdoor fellowship. The 2:00 p.m. reception was held at Phil's Restaurant in E. Ryegate with music by the Ken Jr. Band. The room was decorated in wedding bells and streamers by Michael and De-Ann Welch. The four-tier cake was made and served by the groom's aunt Alta Rush of Mon- tgomery, N.Y. ' Sandra Whittrnore, sister of the groom, circulated the guest book. Following a honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. William M. Welch will reside at the Mountain View Farm in S. Ryegate. Ryegate woman eompletm Marine recruit waining S. RYEGATE--Marine Pfc. Amy E. Zambon, daughter of Robert S. and Patricia A. Zambon of S. Ryegate has completed recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. During the eight-week training cycle, she was in- troduced to the typical daily routine that she will ex- perience during her enlist- ment, and studied the per- sonal and professional standards traditionally exhibited by Marines She participated in an active physical conditioning program and gained proficiency in a variety of military skills including close order drill and first aid. Teamwork and self-discipline were emphasized throughout the training cycle. A 1978 graduate of Blue Mountain Union High School, Wells River, Vt., and a 1980 graduate of Vermont Technical College, Randolph Center, Vt., with an associate Of arts degree, she joined the Marine Corps in November 1980. FAIRLEE HISTORICAL SOCIETY FAIRLEE--J. Kevin Graf- fagnino, currator of the Wilbur Collection at the UVM BAKE SALE Library will speak at the HANOVER--There will be a Fairlee Town Hall on Oct. 13 Bake Sale to benefit the at 7:30 p.m. Guests are Women's Pentagon Action at welcome. The event is the Hanover Co-op on Oct. 17 sponsored by the Fairlee starting at 9:00 a.m. Historical Society. Laura Downing New books for the Wentworth library WENTWORTH--Dorothy Brown, librarian at the Webster Memorial Library, has revealed that state-wide plans are underway for the compilation of a list of large type books. Also, children's films are shown every Thursday at 3:15 p.m. at the Baker River Audio Visual Center in Rumney. New books here include: "Math for Construction and Workshop," "Green World" by Levi, "Complete Book of Pastry"; "Solar Water Heater" and "Solar Air Heater." -THANKSGIVING Novena to St. Jude 0 Holy St. Jude, Apostle end Mortyr, greet in virtue end rich in mirec os, near kinsman of Jesus Christ, foithfu intercessor of oil who invoke your Special patronage in time of need, to yoU I have recoUrse from the depth of my head and humbly beg to whom God has given such greet power to come to my ossistonce Help me in my present and urgent petition. In return, I promise to make yOUr name known, and cause yoU to be invoked. y three Our Fathers, throe Hail Marys and Glories. Publication must be premised. St: Jude pray !or us ond all who iolce your oie, Amen. This Novena has never heen known tO foil. I have hod my request granted. Publication promised. M.S. Social., J 14 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Cell Joe DePalo !-603-448-3787 _ SALFS & SERVICE BAGS & SUPP| IES. ...... 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McAIIlster Quality Jewelers Woodsville, N.H. / October 7, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 Judith Aaron wed to Je.ffrey Slack ! and Mrs. Jeffrey Slack United bouquet of white stepbanotis Christ was the and roses, blue anemones and 15 of the wedding pink miniature carnations tied Ann Aaron of with ivory satin ribbon. Jeffrey Alan Denise Aaron - Marra was Corinth. The matron of honor for her sister. White of E. The bridesmaids were at the 7:00 Michele and Jill Aaron, sisters for of the bride; and Kimberly Brainerd was Slack, sister of the bridegroom. Dean Aaron of The bride's attendants wore Portville, Edwardian-styled gowns of Parents of the turquoise chiffon over crepe husband is the de chine. The gowns had Mrs. Gregory tucked bodices, bishop sleeves and mandarin collars. Their was given in cresant-shaped bouquets were father, was of lilies, mums and baby's an Edwardian- breath in pastel shades, and designed and tied with satin streamers. sister, Denise Leigh Ann Murry, cousin of The ivory silk the bride, was flower girl. She de chine wore a three-quarter-length a set-in yoke dress of sprigged dimity appliques, a topped with an eyelet apron. bodice, and She carried a spray of white The a- roses at the waiste Eric Tillotson was best man. , ended in a Guests were ushered by in edged in Stephen Slack, brother of the wide - bridegroom, Raymond was covered Nickles and Richard Bowen. Christopher Murray, cousin veil of of the bride, was the ring with three bearer. He wore a white linen Edwardian suit and carried a a colonial pillow made by the mother of You the bride. The men in the wedding party wore silver gray tuxedos. The buffet reception for 200 guests was held at Lake Morey Inn in Fairlee. The pillared wedding cake was in pastel blue. It was topped with a miniature bridal bouquet and was served by Cynthia Whitaker of Chester, Vt., a college friend of the bride. The guest book was circulated by Bonnie Gendron. After a trip in the New England States the couple are residing in So. Corinth. The bride graduated from Poruille (N.Y.) High School in 1979 and from Champlain College in Burlington, Vt. in 1981. She is employed at the Dartmouth Savings Bank, in Hanover, N.H. Her husband graduated from Oxbow High School in Bradford, Vt. in 1978 and is self-employed on the family farm. Guests attended from New York, New Hampshire, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts and Vermont. Lees-Youne engagement announced WOODSVILLE--Mr David Lees of Long Island, N.Y. and Mrs. Lillian Lees of Wood- sville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Ellen, to Alfred G. Young, Woodsville, son of Hannah Young of Woodsville. Wedding vows will be oK- changed at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Wood- sville on Oct. 24. 1981. Orange East Senior Club meetin00 BRADFORD--Orange East Center Senior Club met on Sept. 17. There were only 20 at the meeting due to no pot luck dinner. Sorry, but we bad to give them up for the winter, due to limited space, but will start again in the Spring at some other location. We had a very successful raffle this year. Also, a boomerang of an auction at Oxbow. Jessie Dodsworth was the auctioneer and she was dressed to fill the part. Our picnic was a smash hit at Groton State Park this summer. What a nice place! A Christmas Sweet Sale coming up in December, so you see the Senior Club is on the ball again. Card parties every Friday will start again this week at the Center at 1 p.m. for the winter. Our President, Marie Cavalier will soon he leaving for Connecticut for the winter mouths. This office will he filled by the appointment and the approval of the Executive Board by Fran Meyette, Vice President and by Lillian Augustine, Second Vice President. Due to ill health, Doris Cummings and Dottle Millis had to retire. We are losing two very good offices. Next meeting will be held at the Center on Thursday, Oct. 15at l:00p.m. Barbershop concert scheduled BRADFORD--A Barbershop Harmony Concert, sponsored by the Bradford Community Club will he held on Oct. 17 at 7:30p.m. The concert will be held in the old Bradford Academy Building on Main St. in Bradford. Donations are requested: Adults, $3.00; Senior Citizens and Students, $2.00. Mr. and Mrs. WIHiam Welch Vows exchanged at S. Ryegate wedding S. RYEGATE--Friends and relatives of Sandra Lee and William M. Welch gathered in an outdoor fellowship at the summit of the Mountain View Farm before descending to the village Presbyterian church, for the marriage ceremony and exchange of wedding vows on Sept. 12. Reverend Marion Redding officiated in the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welch Jr., of S. Ryegate, wore an ivory satin gown that flowed into a chapel-length train. It featured a picture neckline with lace sleeves and was sewn by the bride's aunt, Linda Glynn of Wells River. COUPON CLIPPER Swap forms with friends and relatives With that you more with re fun- they super- has trade of the of us in prac- of to have for gatherings gets around, you can expect more of your friends and neighbors to join in the fun. Speaking of fun, form trading can add some new life to family gatherings. Just ask all the aunts and uncles, cousins and nieces to round up all the refund forms they can find and bring them to the gathering. In my next column I will tell you about the rules for trading refund forms in per- son and by mail. This week's smart shopper is Kathleen Bonker of Fayetteville, N.C. She tells me that her supermar- ket had Duncan Hines cake mix on sale for 65 cents a box. She had a coupon for $1 off on the purchase of three boxes. She then sent the proofs of purchase to the company for a $1.00 refund. "They paid me 65 cents to eat their delicious cakes. Now that's saving money!" says Mrs. Bonker. She and other readers who receive my smart shopper award will receive a copy of the refunding magazine, The National Supermarket Shopper. Send your experi- ence to me in care of this newspaper. Here is a refund form to write for: Wisk Free Trimmin's Offer, P.O. Box 7220, Westbury, N.Y. 11592. This offer for a free bottle of ketchup, mustard or baked beans 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 Eurchnse as detailed below. Remember, some offers are not avail- able in all areas of the coun- try. Today's refund offers are worth $8.58. Soups, Snack Foods, Candy (File 5) -- Celeste Pizza and Soft Drink $1.50 Refund. Send the required refund form, the net-weight statements from two large (more than 19-ounce) Celeste Pizza packages and the register tape from the purchase of at least 28 ounces of soft drink Expires Jan. 31, 1982. -- Chef Pizza Mix 65-Cent Coupon Offer. Send the required refund form and two bottom flaps with Uni- versal Product Code sym- bols from any Chef Boyar- dee Pizza Mix packages. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. takes to a a and I new to for cart of Your -- Hershey's Giant Givea- way, Receive a half-pound Giant Bar. Send the required refund form and the star- burst symbols from the front wrappers of two half-pound Hershey's Giant Bars. Expires Jan. 31, 1982, -- Hershey's Summertime Savings. Receive a $1 refund and two 50-cent coupons. Send the required refund form and two empty bags (8 ounces or larger) from Hershey's Kisses, Hershey's Miniatures, Rolo, Reese's Miniatures or Reese's Piec- es. Expires Nov. 31, 1981. -- Lipton Vegetable Soup Mix Free Coupon Offer. Receive a coupon worth up to 85 cents. Send the required refund form and two front name panels from Lipton Country Vegetable and-or Vegetable Beef Soup Mix. Expires Jan. 31, 1982. -- Raisinets, Goobers, Sno-Caps Holiday Movie Money Offer. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and the yellow burst from any five 3-ounce or larger boxes of Raisinets, Goobers and Sno-Caps. Expires Feb. 1, 1982. -- Velamints 50-Cent Offer. Receive a 50-cent refund. Send the required refund form and three Velamints wrappers. Expires Nov. 30, 1981. Bonus! This offer doesn't require a form: -- Starburst Free Bag Offer, P.O. Box 5780, Maple Plain, Minn. 55348. Receive a bag of Starburst Fruit Chews. Send the Universal Product Code symbols from the backs of three l-pound bags of Starburst Fruit Chews, Expires Dec. 31, 1981, Copyright, 1981, United Feature Syndicate, Inc. L The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Welch of S. Ryegate, was attired in a formal blue suit with pink rose boutonnaire. Ushers were similarly attired. The bride carried an ivory French lace fan finished in pink roses and blue phlox with pink cup flowers. Her hair- piece was circular lace finished in the same flowers and ivory streamers. Cindy and Sylvia Welch, sisters of the bridegroom, were maid of honor and bridesmaid in matching scoop neckline floor- length floral gowns and carried satin wristlets that fell down with blue phlox and pink cup silk flowers. Flower girl Dawn Hatch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hatch of S. Ryegate, wore a lavender floral floor-length gown and Roscoe and Kathy Blaisdeil .>.. == == Z O Kathleen Cou/zhlin wed to Roscoe BlaisdeU N. HAVERHILL--Kathieen Diane Charbonneau. Coughlin, daughter of Cdr. The best man was the and Mrs James E. M. groom's brother, Carl Coughlin (USN) of Litchfield, Blaisdell of Claremont, N.H. N.H. was married to Roscoe Ushers were: James Coughlin Blaisdell, son of Mr. and Mrs. of Litchfield, N.H., brother of Edwin Blaisdell of N. the bride Brian Blaisdell of Haverhill, on Sept. 12 at the St. Hooksett, N.H., brother of the John Evangelist Church in groom; and KennethBlaisdell Hudson, N.H The Rev. Paul of N. Haverhill, brother of the E. Groleau officiated, groom. The bride wore her mother's Following the ceremony a wedding gown (1946)of all reception was held at the over embroidered white satin. Hoodcroft Restaurant in Fashioned with a sweetheart Derry, N.H. neckline and long sleeves Guests attended the ending in points at the wrist, ceremonies from Maine, The fullskirt was madewitha Massachusetts, Vermont, court train. Her finger-tip veil New Hampshire, Connecticut, of illusion net fell from a Washington state, California, seeded pearl tiara. She wore a Oklahoma, and Tennessee. necklace of matched pearls. The bride is a graduate of She carried a half cascade Nashua High School in 1976 bouquet of lavender tea roses, and was a cum laudegraduate stephonotis, baby's breath, from the University of New miniature white and mint Hampshire in 1979. She is green carnations and silk currently employed at lillies-of-the-valley. Hiilsborough County Superior The matron of honor was the Court in Manchester, N.H. bride's sister Mrs. Pamela J. The groom is a 1977 Peacock of Nashua, N.H. She graduate of Woedsville High wore an aquamarine chemise- School and was also cure laude style dress with a high-necked graduate of the University of overblouse of sheer lace and New 14ampshire in 19. e s netting. Her bouquet was of currently employed as-a  lavender tea roses, button surveyor inRaymond, N.H. poms, daisies, delphiniums, The couple took a trip to and baby's breath. The Washington D.C. following the bridesmaids were Mrs. Diane wedding and are presently Stone, Jocelyne Dagesse, and living in Freemont, N.H. held a bouquet of flowers that matched the bride's, inset Edgar A. Downing of E. with gold rings. The bridal Topsham have announced the attendants wore hairpieces of engagement of their daughter, the same flowers. Larry Laura Mae, to Raymond F. Welch was his brother's best NicklesJr. of Fairlee. Laura Downing to wed Raymond Nickles Jr. E. TOPSHAM-- Mr. and Mrs. Miss Downing will be a 1982 graduate of Oxbow High School. Raymond Nickles Jr. is a 1978 graduate of Oxbow High School and is presently self-employed A September wedding has been planned. man and Kevin DuPont, usher. For her daughter's wedding Gloria Welch wore a street length violet velvet dress. Sylvia Welch, mother of the bridegroom, wore a blue silk street length dress of floral design. Mr. and Mrs. William Welch presented rose cor- sages and pink silk bouton- naires to their grandparents, Mr and Mrs. William Brill of Woodsville, Mrs. Richard Welch Sr. of Haverhill and Mr. Harry Wiliams of Groton. Mary Stevens played flute for the wedding march. Soloist Linda Glynn sang "Annie's Song" accompanied by her husband John, on guitar. Miachel Welch, brother of the bride, and Linda Glynn sang "Colour My World" ac- companied by De-Ann Welch on piano, sister-in-law of the bride, and Risa Crawford on flute. Gary Mason and Michael Brill, uncle and cousin of the bride, parked cars. Mr. and Mrs. David Boyce and family of Boultonville completed the arrangements for the outdoor fellowship. The 2:00 p.m. reception was held at Phil's Restaurant in E. Ryegate with music by the Ken Jr. Band. The room was decorated in wedding bells and streamers by Michael and De-Ann Welch. The four-tier cake was made and served by the groom's aunt Alta Rush of Mon- tgomery, N.Y. ' Sandra Whittrnore, sister of the groom, circulated the guest book. Following a honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. William M. Welch will reside at the Mountain View Farm in S. Ryegate. Ryegate woman eompletm Marine recruit waining S. RYEGATE--Marine Pfc. Amy E. Zambon, daughter of Robert S. and Patricia A. Zambon of S. Ryegate has completed recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. During the eight-week training cycle, she was in- troduced to the typical daily routine that she will ex- perience during her enlist- ment, and studied the per- sonal and professional standards traditionally exhibited by Marines She participated in an active physical conditioning program and gained proficiency in a variety of military skills including close order drill and first aid. Teamwork and self-discipline were emphasized throughout the training cycle. A 1978 graduate of Blue Mountain Union High School, Wells River, Vt., and a 1980 graduate of Vermont Technical College, Randolph Center, Vt., with an associate Of arts degree, she joined the Marine Corps in November 1980. FAIRLEE HISTORICAL SOCIETY FAIRLEE--J. Kevin Graf- fagnino, currator of the Wilbur Collection at the UVM BAKE SALE Library will speak at the HANOVER--There will be a Fairlee Town Hall on Oct. 13 Bake Sale to benefit the at 7:30 p.m. Guests are Women's Pentagon Action at welcome. The event is the Hanover Co-op on Oct. 17 sponsored by the Fairlee starting at 9:00 a.m. Historical Society. Laura Downing New books for the Wentworth library WENTWORTH--Dorothy Brown, librarian at the Webster Memorial Library, has revealed that state-wide plans are underway for the compilation of a list of large type books. Also, children's films are shown every Thursday at 3:15 p.m. at the Baker River Audio Visual Center in Rumney. 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