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December 1, 1982-The Journal Opinion.Page 3 Women's group , Dresents $5oo PROJECT--Children making holiday include (l-r) Rabble Fagnant, Lisa Corey, Odessa at the Woodsville Elementary School Dempsey, Jill Page and Jennifer Whalen. LF00ION AUXILIARY Honor students named Ross.Wood Unit 20 y, Oct. and auxiliary their annual (55 and older) dinner to 150 29 din- was given by Darling, and Raymond Burton assemblage and thanks and ap- delivered to our three adopted veterans, Jeffrey Cowell, Roger Howland and Howard Eastman, to bring them a bit of Thanksgiving cheer. At the November meeting of the auxiliary, 22 members (including all officers) and two guests were in at- tendance. Future activities reported are as follows: BATH-- The Women's Fellowship of the Bath Congregational Church recently made a second contribution of $500. to the Church Building Fund. This is a small group of ladies of the community who are interested in the Church and its welfare. During the year, members are busy with projects which will be on sale at the Summer Sale and-or Pre-Christmas Sale. These, along with an oc- casional food sale or supper, comprise the usual financial projects of the group. The Church Building Fund was formed in the spring of 1982 after the building had been insulated and storm windows installed. The committee in charge of this fund is Chairman, Alden Minot; Treasurer, Frank Millett; William Englert, Haines Schoff and Horace Woods. This fund will also Natwv Hill, Fritz Osood married FAIRLEE-- Nancy Hill and Fritz Osgood were united in marriage in a lovely ceremony that took place at their new home on the Terry Hill Rd. The bride's daughter, Lynn, was her mother's at- tendant. The groom's son, Steven, was his father's best man. Angel Osgood, grand- daughter of the groom, was flower girl. The bride was attired in a long, blue, flowered Gunne Sax gown. James R. Morrill students listed on honor roll N. HAVERHILL-- The principal at James R. Morrill Elementary School has an- nounced that the following students are naned to the honor roll for the first marking period. Grade 3-- Julie Anderson, Kelly Beamis, Marshall Chase, Angela Clough, Sarah Frechette, Marcus Gherardi, Sandra Hill, Heidi Nystrom, and Carrie Steenburgh. named the following students and Holly Tallman. to the first quarter honor roll. Second Honors-- Jennifer GRADE7 Bailey, Giselle De|sol, Can- First Honors-- David dace Demers, Andy Easton, Boffey, Michael Bourgeois, Erika Hoffman, Lisa Moore, and TracyCogan. Bradley Stone, and Theresa Second Honors-- Felicia Teeter. Adams, Tab| Eaton, Lisa Third Honors-- Rick Hauger, Miranda Howard, Howard, Lori Hubbard, Pam Benjamin Power, Sarah Kangas, and Christine Grade 4-- Brenda Bean, have charge of future repairs Katie Emerson, Erika Fer- Thetford  ,,, ,AcaJ=m' and improvements to the nald, Kristen Lennon, Susan at building. Lewis, Jason Morrill, THETFORD--The principal Coleman, Tim Doyle, Amy At the dedication service Christopher Rob|e, Lance at Thetford Academy has Jaccaud, Beth Malmquist, held May 2, the first painting Tobey, and Harry Wright. Grade 5--Mark Dockham, Ethan Frechette, Rachel Frezza, Kristen Hatch, Jeff Simano, Joshua Steenburgh, and Samantha Stoddard. Grade 6-- Maria Bartzis, Jennifer Gherardi, Karen Ken|stun, Scan Leahy, Amy Morrill, JaniceStevens, Glenn Dockham, Sheila Fabrizio and on the thermometer in front of the church registered $2293. It has risen since then to $3900. and with this donation from the Women's Fellowship and others, the reading will be $4500. The new amount will be registered on the ther- mometer within a short time. The maid of honor and flower girl wore long, pink Gunne Sax ,gowns. The bride and her attendants carried bouquets of roses, babies-breath, and daisies and wore halos of these same flowers. Approximately 65 guests were present, coming from Vermont, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Con- necticut. The wedding cake was made by Pat Fifield. Helen White, cousin of the bride, from N. Hartland, had her organ brought to the wedding, and played for the guests. The couple left foi" several days in northern Vermont. The Rev. Arthur Bagley officiated at the ceremony. L j School program see volunteers CORINTH-- Volunteers are violin, cello, trumpet, guitar still needed by the staff at or clarinet. Many students are Union 36 Elementary School to eager to learn these in- participate in music, art, struments and persons with foreign language and in- experience in this area will be dependent research projects, appreciated. Assistance is being sought The staff is also looking for for area people to help a help with the arts program, student explore a special for those interested in interest such as chemistry, photography, woodworking, solar energy, hiking and sculpture, cooking or drafting. astronomy. Anyone who can help is Help is also being sought for urged to contact the school at students interested in taking 439-5534. up a musical instrument; IT'S CASH SAVING TIME! Upon delivery rt° haligie°nuid -- Legion and Auxiliary are Smith, Rebecca Vaughan, and Neuman. Corinda Young. Patricia Wilson. GRADE 10 .. P to sponsor a bingo game at Third Honors-- Kevin First Honors-- Kim of your w,nter fuel suovlv. S ...... White River VA Hospital for s !sn°wed thmr r certalnlevel, m mamtamed m the bloodstream Generall • Tn ! at can ₯ n  "' which the auxiliary is to Dexter, Shawn Ricker, and Crossley. , "lM" ,* q  1 -- ----'" Richard Thomas Second Honors-- Kim 1[_ .[lfllll'lll " | .IrlllllYll ./ / • , oy me very donateS25. • .,J=,o  =,-==  .=. x.,=.. er wis'anamany -- Department children and GRADE8 Brag00st' Bruce Elder' and Sara . _ .. . pay me 0river an0 lr tnanKs, vouth chairman is to s oak to First Honors-- Jennifer Tn o. 00it" "t r • ( • ,, d P , the droner Bill " i " "' ri - -- Stone. GRADE 11  .ll, q,,  - • lllg,4l.lL,lqLIJl.l . mpanleo'O ...... .oy,ay Januarya jam regulargame ngmeetingat mean Second Honors-- Tina .First HSirs-- Ann Fetter. FAIRLEE-- The annual by Mrs. Marjorie Graves of SAVE ten cents on every all0n[ e pinna, leo me thel0th Barker, Kristen Bragg, Second Honors Kelly visitation of the bishop of the Bradford J Q ging "Oldies, But " d hi " Rebecca Chamberlin, Benjamin, Kelly Gomo, Peter Episcopal Diocese of Ver- A brief history of St Mar- .a; .... --Alea ers pelassmtobe Suzanne Coleman, Stephanie Jaquith, and Darin Wilson. mont, Robert Kerr, tookplace tin's in its nineteen vr nf .= ......... m ...... wltn'-'?'"'*s"-Yv" held at the h°me °n Januaryou lleSS 16. All members are welcome Doyle, Sherry French, Diane Third Honors-- Etban Hall,. Nov. 14atSt. Martin's Chapel. . existence was co--mpil--by Nil 7 FHF/ P, KFR[IKFNF ,di- . . toattend. Jacobs, Sheil.aKnight, Bridget Ro.berta Kangas, Ion Nell, mFairlee Mrs. Graves and Dorothy give Jm /VI lm  IlilIVVllll , t goes m Nancy The most generous donation PicKett, Misha Prochorchik, ann joan rero. usan tmrrett of Bradford Dooley. During the lunch they all her encuess  of many items to be taken to Heather Snyder, David Sweet, GRADE 12 was confirmed during the old abo- qome of the in- ner very cam rs " Manchester VA Hospital on Sarah Trickett, Tara Tullar, First Honors-- Tracey church service and Julia 21, 1890, the a/ remembered . ==...ffi m m#.  i • • i --=, -Lm • •  .m " o Dec. O for the annual gift shop, Michael Vaughan, and Bailey, JudyElder, andMark Fifield was formally from the early days of the mjJ-mmJvlrli llll qk3LlIJl/ll'L raganza oi w . were on display. They are Matthew Wiencke. Hill. recognized as a lay reader, church, r  [[ [[ | O U I l_ O r_._  V I  K ),as prentea a valued at around $300. More Third Honors-- Mark Second Honors Kelly Following the service lunch A cake with the Episcopal |atestornemgm.e items have been turned in Crossleyl Suzanne Gamache, Adams, Lisa Doyle, Stuart was served to about fifty seal and the dates of the ii---'-- PA rll___lll__.J IlL present ne ls " since, and others will be Katherine Palmer, and unt, Stewart Osgood, Terry pe.ople with Nelda Coulter of diocese and the parish in- laln [. [aQ|O[Q| VIm rs old. ee you gratefully accepted. Jennifer Sirois. rarKer, uiane rtoninson, tisa r'iermont in charge, scribed on it was made by aoel. , Refreshments were fur- GRADE9 Shores, and Charlotte In honor of the 150th an- Mrs. RussellWing. O  IAA tes, veteran s nished by Hazel Ames ann First Honors-- Jennifer Wiencke. niversary of the Episcopal I[)UI-LLI..It(]IM n cnalrman, Ruth Lan" Third Honors-- Jim Cad- Church inVermont, anexhibit ........... fruit plates and ' well, Darrell Dresser, and of photographs and  .... __ ____ fudge which she Kathy Wilson. memorabilia was.organlzed Imm  I IIIIIIII!11 mllil ![[l!l.[[ltllll•lllmll ........  • *t '111 '' *' "[I) I I' I1([ I IZ/ = i  :' l ORD"  SEEK TIM[ | I NeOn famff/  | e YOUR HFALTH MATTERS selected by LEONFAY, M D I )7 - ["  Valley Health Center 1  m vermom arir East Corinth, Vt. ------m==----m===--mmm----= 14=m= l ----L TM [] V ql iLmmm.m qF/m U RYEGATE CORNER-- The .......... o - . I W ann avvu- ....... Vermont Farm Bureau has ' Older Oale aru mpdiTtlnn m tl’llll’ llall Airlin- 1 1 .....  selected William and Jennifer A .- - r-- ................ I _ "'-" "- LAST WEEK'S WINNER [] their covet'arm Fm'niiyof escribedmedicatio.ns. Elderly people are often required to [] R M N O A E R L T N G U S J I L I A. Nelson of Rvetzate Corner as sa group, older Americans consume the largest share of I L E C N A R F R Z A U K F E W C M P • "  M Mary Claflin , the Year taxe mroe or more arugs on varying schedules throughout • E H  R K C F I J E U T D I B N D T • --, ,,-,.h.--r, . ) " ...... The iard workin" famil- the day. The purpose of this article is to provide some in-  - i wes, =,. ,.....,. • oneratea330-acrervfar formation and suggestions for taking drugs safely and to | T V E T C  I E D M O N T C R O D Y_ m w their fou children. They u ram them. - m • it'h " r " " increase thelikelihoodofgetti the bestres Its f U D H H O B C R U M L K Y E A A L H milk 134 cows in a freestyle The effectlveness of almost at drugs is basod on how much I M N T W C H L N E P B G T L N I E FI! ------ • ,  barnandal2slotnarlor " (dosage) andhow oftenthe medication is taken so that a l M R U E N A B V O M V S V A I V Z WI Ol [] communit-- for man" -'ears, increasing the dosage or frequency of taking a drug, above • [] •__ t  arllk . have reeenYtlv addedYa sYlurrv the recommended amounts, does not result in a better _m C 3, S T I U N I T E D A N D F S S S I lA n)alh $:3,Uq 1 system and'automatic wash therapeutic effect. In fact, amounts above recommended J[ D N R M F S I A W H P E T T B N T N_• LIV Ipwm,i,m,m, "',r-"--- i stem dosages mayincreasethechanceofsideeffects. Attheother , y I E H A G A R K U,A J L C 0 A A AI  ! ..... , ...... Amon o r end of thingS, taking a prescription medication irreguiarly n ' u,,': .....  .r.:, !:.- ....... "*,i ...............  . g the awards u.-,n., results in i,=a,.o,= t.,ho,,, aaa,i, n,, . I N T K S Y W I B O A C I 0 T U R I H n f-"::,'. : oestowea at their meeting in .... # ....  .........................  .... " E R u " ..............   : .............. i::; ' **  S " tain drugs should not be stopped suddenly wlthout" prior" n A A T A C R E J S S T Q A T R T ,  , ', .- ' .... :' teBU!,-ngt°nr-ecently, were knowledge of your physicmn 1 H A L A N O T T A N Q P Y U O N L F l  - Year Farm Wife of the Y,- One needs to know the following about any prescription .=   =   r z  r   E z  P c um i .\\;::  m :  ' --' " " ns i • • i .-  ..... ,-m=- " -,, .... .; and theFarmCenturyAward, medicat|o one mexpeetedtake. [ E B F H R G S K D N P E F V W L N L • .z -. 1 The Farm Centurv Award is a. ame at me arug ana,m purpose [] L O M A I R T  a M V 1  q t? f' 17, 1 1 ,_.,mlX,-- - m [TIZEN.-Dorlng the seventh annual Senior presented to Verm-ont farms b. How often tot.ake it , mm L D I P -  = ': t." "_" : "2  - "  " " m ........ [] hanigiving Dinner, enjoyed by 179 senior which have been in the same c. Any speciat precautions. For example, some m  o  M c j E D M Q L T S R I k" uonate It to your church -= family for 100-ears or more medications should and others should not be taken with _m A I R C A N A D A A A S A T N A U Q • _ f,_ ,t__ ,-, ........ t -- . ] Ross.Wood Post 20, Woodsville. Shown T'" , Y. " meals [] • r r me ucumoer tuna = ms year s winners were • . . m . . t Commander Austin Brooks and Dinner farms of Ralph McNall in ..fl.Posslb!esldeeffectsofthedrug.. .... g Answers. Umted, TWA, Sobeno, K LM, SAS, n , Buy a vresent II William Cowell presenting Mrs. Mabel Fairfax; Ernest Brigham in wnen one m expecmo,to taxe severat prescnpuon mugs, m Pan Am Lufthansa Eastern Br,,n:’-’ A.....:.... - -- - - • dth a box of chocolates for being the oldest Norwich. Lewis Cur " of this can get compacated. Having the doctor or nurse . | * Buy school su all " • • I i • " '" • "-"'""""", n se m n " " _ ppes • Her age ls 94. Whiti-,,.. f" ....... a write down the mformation can help. ,_ lr France, lr Conodot CPA, Norrhwest, • -- -, . • 1 - Henry''I-e"Cierc maon and For example, a chart like the following might be useful to n Panogra, Delta, National, Air Iron, BOAC, 1 It You can our a meal = Inn's Point of View [the Chadburn Farm m you All h n • • • n  e y, Piedmont, Aerflot, Lot, Icelandic, m . You can buy a pizza • ! I Irasburg. EXAMPLE • Tronmvio, Laker, Aer Lingus, ortinoir I * Put it in the bank • i N " ,  . . I _ .- -l. Quontas, Middle East Airlines, Commuter, m r m on ame or when m q)eelal • • • | i  '  - -:== ,, the Farm dmn00 , , II0000i, ,. m • . m That, Fmamr, Southern, JAL m [ ( - = >  I nyFRANHYDE ' ' PlHn([ b Motrin4mg :::,w,. , n . 'agoodThanksgiving? . takewith [] = -. =, • u -',tday, did you join the hordes of shoppers out Chor I , m l l m a Peeial gifts for those en their Christmas list? it " ' ,'" u ] : : :: e m r l;_did you find something that they would like, MONROE-- The North In addition to prescribed medications, there are times [] C y State z p i • ])!:: iliJ  I -- I 'dable, and tbat you felt was worth the price-' Country Chorus will present when one wishes to use an over-the-counter (OTC) • ' m | €i?, :: = ,  n ,'Wer was "no" and you don't look forward to its Second Annual Madrigal preparation. As OTC drugs have direct effects themselves IFminimmmmimmmmmmmi | ] . ,  ! .. .= , into the market place, sit down and look at the I . .  I '" Dinner in the Monroe Town and can interact with other drugs also, be sure to ask your m I  - • : o • n ' |r list and perlmps you =n even do your shop- Hall the evenings of Jan. 7,8, pharmacist or doctor before taking an OTC drug while on I •  : ' [ • (  "ff you start to think along another line, . . and9 prescriptionmedicatien For example, a diabetic may not be - [.=, =:. : ........ i • The Madrigal Dinners held aware that a partmular cough syrup contains sugar. Another n IIL,.I.i.. ..n, .[  1 .... ... ,. I .. I ,i... a.ll,-- • 'v,h,en I took a course in advertising, we learnen " • " " " " "=' ="'"''''='" e 'Vermont" in a business tiflegave the ira.- last January and the large example might be decongestants which can raise blood m , _1 paaz,o ua po,uu awalutU LU tii 1 )nesty, integrity and dependability. It must still number of people who were pressure and are probably best avoided by those being ' _ , ..... m ([ valid, for this Fall in Louisville, Ky., we saw a unable to obtain tickets, treated for hypertension or heart disease, n luck11 winner each wk and a mnnfhh/ nri -- tt blazed out "Vermont" inthe darkness. Then prompted the chorus to add a Health care providers andindividuais share respensibility _- ..... - ................. - .............. - -- m In showed "Vermont Alliance",the name of an third night to the schedule. ' for safely taking medications. If you think yon may be having | . ----^ ^^ ,-, • n . -- -- - • . m = Pany, we were told; . ', thinking "Vermont , knowing that will indicate :). Then think of all the Vermont products you :h them up with your list. trt, you can probably add more: maple syrup , waffles and ice cream; maple cream for  toast Then Vermont-mane ; maple candy. )Utter as a treat from oleo; honey in different  polished to a gleam; produce from your own ,ard or berry patch; a collection of greeus, Cones for their do.it-themselves decorating s on the list, some homespun Vermont wool ; Vermont-made baskets, wood products ms for the house and toys for children; a ! dr£ 2p ' 2 yq:o   as=): sl )RU f:  fl  ards with Vermont scenes and the stamps to the. " n pureh ry.TRYYOU C " : 'Vermont Life", colorful Vermont Life velopeandindicatingfirstand...0i-took's I Thewin wiU be announced e oH ng week in the JournaI Opinion special touch of their own part of Vermont i second choice of evenings. No =   m,m   and m) to   r sk,  to their hometown paper I tickets will be sold at the door. ..,o.. ,, .., ,, mm m mmmmmmmm mm mmm mmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmm December 1, 1982-The Journal Opinion.Page 3 Women's group , Dresents $5oo PROJECT--Children making holiday include (l-r) Rabble Fagnant, Lisa Corey, Odessa at the Woodsville Elementary School Dempsey, Jill Page and Jennifer Whalen. LF00ION AUXILIARY Honor students named Ross.Wood Unit 20 y, Oct. and auxiliary their annual (55 and older) dinner to 150 29 din- was given by Darling, and Raymond Burton assemblage and thanks and ap- delivered to our three adopted veterans, Jeffrey Cowell, Roger Howland and Howard Eastman, to bring them a bit of Thanksgiving cheer. At the November meeting of the auxiliary, 22 members (including all officers) and two guests were in at- tendance. Future activities reported are as follows: BATH-- The Women's Fellowship of the Bath Congregational Church recently made a second contribution of $500. to the Church Building Fund. This is a small group of ladies of the community who are interested in the Church and its welfare. During the year, members are busy with projects which will be on sale at the Summer Sale and-or Pre-Christmas Sale. These, along with an oc- casional food sale or supper, comprise the usual financial projects of the group. The Church Building Fund was formed in the spring of 1982 after the building had been insulated and storm windows installed. The committee in charge of this fund is Chairman, Alden Minot; Treasurer, Frank Millett; William Englert, Haines Schoff and Horace Woods. This fund will also Natwv Hill, Fritz Osood married FAIRLEE-- Nancy Hill and Fritz Osgood were united in marriage in a lovely ceremony that took place at their new home on the Terry Hill Rd. The bride's daughter, Lynn, was her mother's at- tendant. The groom's son, Steven, was his father's best man. Angel Osgood, grand- daughter of the groom, was flower girl. The bride was attired in a long, blue, flowered Gunne Sax gown. James R. Morrill students listed on honor roll N. HAVERHILL-- The principal at James R. Morrill Elementary School has an- nounced that the following students are naned to the honor roll for the first marking period. Grade 3-- Julie Anderson, Kelly Beamis, Marshall Chase, Angela Clough, Sarah Frechette, Marcus Gherardi, Sandra Hill, Heidi Nystrom, and Carrie Steenburgh. named the following students and Holly Tallman. to the first quarter honor roll. Second Honors-- Jennifer GRADE7 Bailey, Giselle De|sol, Can- First Honors-- David dace Demers, Andy Easton, Boffey, Michael Bourgeois, Erika Hoffman, Lisa Moore, and TracyCogan. Bradley Stone, and Theresa Second Honors-- Felicia Teeter. Adams, Tab| Eaton, Lisa Third Honors-- Rick Hauger, Miranda Howard, Howard, Lori Hubbard, Pam Benjamin Power, Sarah Kangas, and Christine Grade 4-- Brenda Bean, have charge of future repairs Katie Emerson, Erika Fer- Thetford  ,,, ,AcaJ=m' and improvements to the nald, Kristen Lennon, Susan at building. Lewis, Jason Morrill, THETFORD--The principal Coleman, Tim Doyle, Amy At the dedication service Christopher Rob|e, Lance at Thetford Academy has Jaccaud, Beth Malmquist, held May 2, the first painting Tobey, and Harry Wright. Grade 5--Mark Dockham, Ethan Frechette, Rachel Frezza, Kristen Hatch, Jeff Simano, Joshua Steenburgh, and Samantha Stoddard. Grade 6-- Maria Bartzis, Jennifer Gherardi, Karen Ken|stun, Scan Leahy, Amy Morrill, JaniceStevens, Glenn Dockham, Sheila Fabrizio and on the thermometer in front of the church registered $2293. It has risen since then to $3900. and with this donation from the Women's Fellowship and others, the reading will be $4500. The new amount will be registered on the ther- mometer within a short time. The maid of honor and flower girl wore long, pink Gunne Sax ,gowns. The bride and her attendants carried bouquets of roses, babies-breath, and daisies and wore halos of these same flowers. Approximately 65 guests were present, coming from Vermont, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Con- necticut. The wedding cake was made by Pat Fifield. Helen White, cousin of the bride, from N. Hartland, had her organ brought to the wedding, and played for the guests. The couple left foi" several days in northern Vermont. The Rev. Arthur Bagley officiated at the ceremony. L j School program see volunteers CORINTH-- Volunteers are violin, cello, trumpet, guitar still needed by the staff at or clarinet. Many students are Union 36 Elementary School to eager to learn these in- participate in music, art, struments and persons with foreign language and in- experience in this area will be dependent research projects, appreciated. Assistance is being sought The staff is also looking for for area people to help a help with the arts program, student explore a special for those interested in interest such as chemistry, photography, woodworking, solar energy, hiking and sculpture, cooking or drafting. astronomy. Anyone who can help is Help is also being sought for urged to contact the school at students interested in taking 439-5534. up a musical instrument; IT'S CASH SAVING TIME! Upon delivery rt° haligie°nuid -- Legion and Auxiliary are Smith, Rebecca Vaughan, and Neuman. Corinda Young. Patricia Wilson. GRADE 10 .. P to sponsor a bingo game at Third Honors-- Kevin First Honors-- Kim of your w,nter fuel suovlv. S ...... White River VA Hospital for s !sn°wed thmr r certalnlevel, m mamtamed m the bloodstream Generall • Tn ! at can ₯ n  "' which the auxiliary is to Dexter, Shawn Ricker, and Crossley. , "lM" ,* q  1 -- ----'" Richard Thomas Second Honors-- Kim 1[_ .[lfllll'lll " | .IrlllllYll ./ / • , oy me very donateS25. • .,J=,o  =,-==  .=. x.,=.. er wis'anamany -- Department children and GRADE8 Brag00st' Bruce Elder' and Sara . _ .. . pay me 0river an0 lr tnanKs, vouth chairman is to s oak to First Honors-- Jennifer Tn o. 00it" "t r • ( • ,, d P , the droner Bill " i " "' ri - -- Stone. GRADE 11  .ll, q,,  - • lllg,4l.lL,lqLIJl.l . mpanleo'O ...... .oy,ay Januarya jam regulargame ngmeetingat mean Second Honors-- Tina .First HSirs-- Ann Fetter. FAIRLEE-- The annual by Mrs. Marjorie Graves of SAVE ten cents on every all0n[ e pinna, leo me thel0th Barker, Kristen Bragg, Second Honors Kelly visitation of the bishop of the Bradford J Q ging "Oldies, But " d hi " Rebecca Chamberlin, Benjamin, Kelly Gomo, Peter Episcopal Diocese of Ver- A brief history of St Mar- .a; .... --Alea ers pelassmtobe Suzanne Coleman, Stephanie Jaquith, and Darin Wilson. mont, Robert Kerr, tookplace tin's in its nineteen vr nf .= ......... m ...... wltn'-'?'"'*s"-Yv" held at the h°me °n Januaryou lleSS 16. All members are welcome Doyle, Sherry French, Diane Third Honors-- Etban Hall,. Nov. 14atSt. Martin's Chapel. . existence was co--mpil--by Nil 7 FHF/ P, KFR[IKFNF ,di- . . toattend. Jacobs, Sheil.aKnight, Bridget Ro.berta Kangas, Ion Nell, mFairlee Mrs. Graves and Dorothy give Jm /VI lm  IlilIVVllll , t goes m Nancy The most generous donation PicKett, Misha Prochorchik, ann joan rero. usan tmrrett of Bradford Dooley. During the lunch they all her encuess  of many items to be taken to Heather Snyder, David Sweet, GRADE 12 was confirmed during the old abo- qome of the in- ner very cam rs " Manchester VA Hospital on Sarah Trickett, Tara Tullar, First Honors-- Tracey church service and Julia 21, 1890, the a/ remembered . ==...ffi m m#.  i • • i --=, -Lm • •  .m " o Dec. O for the annual gift shop, Michael Vaughan, and Bailey, JudyElder, andMark Fifield was formally from the early days of the mjJ-mmJvlrli llll qk3LlIJl/ll'L raganza oi w . were on display. They are Matthew Wiencke. Hill. recognized as a lay reader, church, r  [[ [[ | O U I l_ O r_._  V I  K ),as prentea a valued at around $300. More Third Honors-- Mark Second Honors Kelly Following the service lunch A cake with the Episcopal |atestornemgm.e items have been turned in Crossleyl Suzanne Gamache, Adams, Lisa Doyle, Stuart was served to about fifty seal and the dates of the ii---'-- PA rll___lll__.J IlL present ne ls " since, and others will be Katherine Palmer, and unt, Stewart Osgood, Terry pe.ople with Nelda Coulter of diocese and the parish in- laln [. [aQ|O[Q| VIm rs old. ee you gratefully accepted. Jennifer Sirois. rarKer, uiane rtoninson, tisa r'iermont in charge, scribed on it was made by aoel. , Refreshments were fur- GRADE9 Shores, and Charlotte In honor of the 150th an- Mrs. RussellWing. O  IAA tes, veteran s nished by Hazel Ames ann First Honors-- Jennifer Wiencke. niversary of the Episcopal I[)UI-LLI..It(]IM n cnalrman, Ruth Lan" Third Honors-- Jim Cad- Church inVermont, anexhibit ........... fruit plates and ' well, Darrell Dresser, and of photographs and  .... __ ____ fudge which she Kathy Wilson. memorabilia was.organlzed Imm  I IIIIIIII!11 mllil ![[l!l.[[ltllll•lllmll ........  • *t '111 '' *' "[I) I I' I1([ I IZ/ = i  :' l ORD"  SEEK TIM[ | I NeOn famff/  | e YOUR HFALTH MATTERS selected by LEONFAY, M D I )7 - ["  Valley Health Center 1  m vermom arir East Corinth, Vt. ------m==----m===--mmm----= 14=m= l ----L TM [] V ql iLmmm.m qF/m U RYEGATE CORNER-- The .......... o - . I W ann avvu- ....... Vermont Farm Bureau has ' Older Oale aru mpdiTtlnn m tl’llll’ llall Airlin- 1 1 .....  selected William and Jennifer A .- - r-- ................ I _ "'-" "- LAST WEEK'S WINNER [] their covet'arm Fm'niiyof escribedmedicatio.ns. Elderly people are often required to [] R M N O A E R L T N G U S J I L I A. Nelson of Rvetzate Corner as sa group, older Americans consume the largest share of I L E C N A R F R Z A U K F E W C M P • "  M Mary Claflin , the Year taxe mroe or more arugs on varying schedules throughout • E H  R K C F I J E U T D I B N D T • --, ,,-,.h.--r, . ) " ...... The iard workin" famil- the day. The purpose of this article is to provide some in-  - i wes, =,. ,.....,. • oneratea330-acrervfar formation and suggestions for taking drugs safely and to | T V E T C  I E D M O N T C R O D Y_ m w their fou children. They u ram them. - m • it'h " r " " increase thelikelihoodofgetti the bestres Its f U D H H O B C R U M L K Y E A A L H milk 134 cows in a freestyle The effectlveness of almost at drugs is basod on how much I M N T W C H L N E P B G T L N I E FI! ------ • ,  barnandal2slotnarlor " (dosage) andhow oftenthe medication is taken so that a l M R U E N A B V O M V S V A I V Z WI Ol [] communit-- for man" -'ears, increasing the dosage or frequency of taking a drug, above • [] •__ t  arllk . have reeenYtlv addedYa sYlurrv the recommended amounts, does not result in a better _m C 3, S T I U N I T E D A N D F S S S I lA n)alh $:3,Uq 1 system and'automatic wash therapeutic effect. In fact, amounts above recommended J[ D N R M F S I A W H P E T T B N T N_• LIV Ipwm,i,m,m, "',r-"--- i stem dosages mayincreasethechanceofsideeffects. Attheother , y I E H A G A R K U,A J L C 0 A A AI  ! ..... , ...... Amon o r end of thingS, taking a prescription medication irreguiarly n ' u,,': .....  .r.:, !:.- ....... "*,i ...............  . g the awards u.-,n., results in i,=a,.o,= t.,ho,,, aaa,i, n,, . I N T K S Y W I B O A C I 0 T U R I H n f-"::,'. : oestowea at their meeting in .... # ....  .........................  .... " E R u " ..............   : .............. i::; ' **  S " tain drugs should not be stopped suddenly wlthout" prior" n A A T A C R E J S S T Q A T R T ,  , ', .- ' .... :' teBU!,-ngt°nr-ecently, were knowledge of your physicmn 1 H A L A N O T T A N Q P Y U O N L F l  - Year Farm Wife of the Y,- One needs to know the following about any prescription .=   =   r z  r   E z  P c um i .\\;::  m :  ' --' " " ns i • • i .-  ..... ,-m=- " -,, .... .; and theFarmCenturyAward, medicat|o one mexpeetedtake. [ E B F H R G S K D N P E F V W L N L • .z -. 1 The Farm Centurv Award is a. ame at me arug ana,m purpose [] L O M A I R T  a M V 1  q t? f' 17, 1 1 ,_.,mlX,-- - m [TIZEN.-Dorlng the seventh annual Senior presented to Verm-ont farms b. How often tot.ake it , mm L D I P -  = ': t." "_" : "2  - "  " " m ........ [] hanigiving Dinner, enjoyed by 179 senior which have been in the same c. Any speciat precautions. For example, some m  o  M c j E D M Q L T S R I k" uonate It to your church -= family for 100-ears or more medications should and others should not be taken with _m A I R C A N A D A A A S A T N A U Q • _ f,_ ,t__ ,-, ........ t -- . ] Ross.Wood Post 20, Woodsville. Shown T'" , Y. " meals [] • r r me ucumoer tuna = ms year s winners were • . . m . . t Commander Austin Brooks and Dinner farms of Ralph McNall in ..fl.Posslb!esldeeffectsofthedrug.. .... g Answers. Umted, TWA, Sobeno, K LM, SAS, n , Buy a vresent II William Cowell presenting Mrs. Mabel Fairfax; Ernest Brigham in wnen one m expecmo,to taxe severat prescnpuon mugs, m Pan Am Lufthansa Eastern Br,,n:’-’ A.....:.... - -- - - • dth a box of chocolates for being the oldest Norwich. Lewis Cur " of this can get compacated. Having the doctor or nurse . | * Buy school su all " • • I i • " '" • "-"'""""", n se m n " " _ ppes • Her age ls 94. Whiti-,,.. f" ....... a write down the mformation can help. ,_ lr France, lr Conodot CPA, Norrhwest, • -- -, . • 1 - Henry''I-e"Cierc maon and For example, a chart like the following might be useful to n Panogra, Delta, National, Air Iron, BOAC, 1 It You can our a meal = Inn's Point of View [the Chadburn Farm m you All h n • • • n  e y, Piedmont, Aerflot, Lot, Icelandic, m . You can buy a pizza • ! I Irasburg. EXAMPLE • Tronmvio, Laker, Aer Lingus, ortinoir I * Put it in the bank • i N " ,  . . I _ .- -l. Quontas, Middle East Airlines, Commuter, m r m on ame or when m q)eelal • • • | i  '  - -:== ,, the Farm dmn00 , , II0000i, ,. m • . m That, Fmamr, Southern, JAL m [ ( - = >  I nyFRANHYDE ' ' PlHn([ b Motrin4mg :::,w,. , n . 'agoodThanksgiving? . takewith [] = -. =, • u -',tday, did you join the hordes of shoppers out Chor I , m l l m a Peeial gifts for those en their Christmas list? it " ' ,'" u ] : : :: e m r l;_did you find something that they would like, MONROE-- The North In addition to prescribed medications, there are times [] C y State z p i • ])!:: iliJ  I -- I 'dable, and tbat you felt was worth the price-' Country Chorus will present when one wishes to use an over-the-counter (OTC) • ' m | €i?, :: = ,  n ,'Wer was "no" and you don't look forward to its Second Annual Madrigal preparation. As OTC drugs have direct effects themselves IFminimmmmimmmmmmmi | ] . ,  ! .. .= , into the market place, sit down and look at the I . .  I '" Dinner in the Monroe Town and can interact with other drugs also, be sure to ask your m I  - • : o • n ' |r list and perlmps you =n even do your shop- Hall the evenings of Jan. 7,8, pharmacist or doctor before taking an OTC drug while on I •  : ' [ • (  "ff you start to think along another line, . . and9 prescriptionmedicatien For example, a diabetic may not be - [.=, =:. : ........ i • The Madrigal Dinners held aware that a partmular cough syrup contains sugar. Another n IIL,.I.i.. ..n, .[  1 .... ... ,. I .. I ,i... a.ll,-- • 'v,h,en I took a course in advertising, we learnen " • " " " " "=' ="'"''''='" e 'Vermont" in a business tiflegave the ira.- last January and the large example might be decongestants which can raise blood m , _1 paaz,o ua po,uu awalutU LU tii 1 )nesty, integrity and dependability. It must still number of people who were pressure and are probably best avoided by those being ' _ , ..... m ([ valid, for this Fall in Louisville, Ky., we saw a unable to obtain tickets, treated for hypertension or heart disease, n luck11 winner each wk and a mnnfhh/ nri -- tt blazed out "Vermont" inthe darkness. Then prompted the chorus to add a Health care providers andindividuais share respensibility _- ..... - ................. - .............. - -- m In showed "Vermont Alliance",the name of an third night to the schedule. ' for safely taking medications. If you think yon may be having | . ----^ ^^ ,-, • n . -- -- - • . m = Pany, we were told; . ', thinking "Vermont , knowing that will indicate :). Then think of all the Vermont products you :h them up with your list. trt, you can probably add more: maple syrup , waffles and ice cream; maple cream for  toast Then Vermont-mane ; maple candy. )Utter as a treat from oleo; honey in different  polished to a gleam; produce from your own ,ard or berry patch; a collection of greeus, Cones for their do.it-themselves decorating s on the list, some homespun Vermont wool ; Vermont-made baskets, wood products ms for the house and toys for children; a ! dr£ 2p ' 2 yq:o   as=): sl )RU f:  fl  ards with Vermont scenes and the stamps to the. " n pureh ry.TRYYOU C " : 'Vermont Life", colorful Vermont Life velopeandindicatingfirstand...0i-took's I Thewin wiU be announced e oH ng week in the JournaI Opinion special touch of their own part of Vermont i second choice of evenings. No =   m,m   and m) to   r sk,  to their hometown paper I tickets will be sold at the door. ..,o.. ,, .., ,, mm m mmmmmmmm mm mmm mmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmm