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COITAL Bangor Daily News, Tuesday, August 25, 1970 Miss Smith, Mr. Deakin Marry In Methodist Rite Provocation Quintet Draws Audience Into 'Spoon River' i babys breath. Bridesmaids carried baskets of pink daisies and poms. Robert J. Deakin of Weymouth, was best man.

Ushers were James Talbot of Turner, Lawrence Given of Island Falls, and Arthur Kane of Bar Harbor. A reception was held at the Milo Town HalL Assisting were Mrs. Genie Ford, Mrs. Thelma Hawes, Mrs. Sarah Deakin, Mrs.

Edna Treworgy and Mrs. Helen Smith. The couple left on a trig to Bar Harbor, the Maritime Provinces and Quebec City. After Sept. 1, they will reside at 93 Beechwood hasset, Mass, The bride graduated from Milo High School and from Farmington State College.

She is a fourth grade teacher at Scituate, Mass. Mr. Deakin, a Weymouth High School graduate, also graduated from Farmington State College. He teaches sixth grade social studies at MILO The marriage of Miss Patricia Dorothy Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Cecil Smith and Frank Abbott Deakin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Deakin of Weymouth, was solemnized Aug. 15 at the United Methodist Church.

The Rev. Kwan Lee officiated. Soloist wag Edwin Treworgy and organist was Miss Arietta Hill. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a silk organza and chantdly lace gown. Her fingertip veil of illusion was attached to a flowercap.

She carried white roses and pom chrysanthemums. Mrs. Marcia Smith of South Weymouth was maid of honor. Other attendants were Mrs. Cecilia Treworgy of Lewiston, Mrs.

Elaine Thomas of Garland and Miss Janice Wood of Gardiner. Attendants wore pink batiste gowns trimmed with ven-ise lace. They wore picture hats. The maid of honor carried a fireside basket of pink and white daisies, poms and irtii mrturrrt-lb A -A. 4 a (Klyne Photo) MRS.

PHILIP J. JOHNSON (Dolores Irene Bowden) Johnson-Bowden Vows Exchanged At Bangor (Klyne Photo) MRS. NICHOLAS CHARLES COLLINS (Linda Faye Jarvis) Catholic Nuptial Unites Miss Jarvis, Mr. Collins Masters has given us aa unalloyedly bleak film of life. Rousingly Good The quintet of actors Linda Woolley, Susan McGin-ley, Jeff Nichols, Harry Davis and WUHam Rane have done a rousingly good job in bringing all this sordidness mottled with humor to life.

The production moves quickly and is all of a piece. Perhaps best of all, the actors are so fully attuned to and involved in each other that the audience is quickly drawn into the fabric of the piece. Too, all have made splendid efforts to characterize the people they depict. The songs beginning with Shenandoah and going on to I Know Where Im Going, fit the tapestry beautifully and give the performance variegation. The costumes are sim.

pie, but entirely evocative. It seems to me that supper clubs and the like would snatch up a fine performance like this with avidity. It is entertainment, of course; but it is much more. It brings one face to face with the hypocrisies and venalities of society, precisely those characteristics we prefer to pretend dont exist. But we are better in spirit for having faced up to them.

i fo si by 54 dfamWHvfirrsai jwmai Fall FUR SALE Natural Mink Paw Cap $295 Designed for the active, attractive woman of today. tamueltL FURRIER 58 Columbia Bangor Tel. 942-2764 UNION MALL St. Marys Catholic Church, Bangor, was the 1 1 i for the Aug. 22 marriage of Miss Linda Faye Jarvis, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Philip Jarvis of Bangor, to Nicholas Charles Collins, son of Mrs. Nicholas Collins of Greenville and the late Nicholas Collins. The Rev. Norman Cormier officiated.

Organist was Isabelle Carlin. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown with chantilace bodice and neckline adorned with seed pearls. The A-line organza skirt had lace appliques and the mantilla was edged with lace. She carried white and yellow roses and stephanotis. Maid of honor was Miss Susan Farwell of Bangor.

Bridesmaids were Miss Diane Lieberman of Bangor and Mrs. Brian Shangraw of Miss Dolores Irene Bowden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest F. Bowden was married to Philip J.

Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johnson of Bangor Aug. 22 at Emmanual Baptist Church. The Rev.

Ronald Willis officiated. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a crepe gown with lace around the collar and hemline. She carried a prayer book. Mary Johnson was maid of honor. Other attendants were Mrs.

Merritt Johnson of Virginia Beach, Va Carolyn Galen and Mrs. Dana Crockett. Flower girl was Michelle Johnson of Virginia Beach. The maid of honor and the flower girl wore yellow gowns with lace aprons. The others wore aqua gowns and lace aprons.

They carried yellow and white poms. Best man was Merritt Johnson of Virginia Beach. Ushers were Robert Crooker, Randall and Mitchell Bowden. Ring bearer was Tracy Crockett. Use Your Master Charge Card at Worcester Bros.

136 138 Main St. Lincoln. Agents for all Mobil Products. (Stevens Photo) MRS. FRANK ABBOTT DEAKIN (Patricia Dorothy Smith) By ROBERT H.

NEWALL OLD TOWN On Saturday afternoon at The Anchorage a newly formed dramatic quintet called Provocation made its debut in Edgar Lee Masters ever-vernal Spoon River a quasi-dramatie show adapted from the hundreds of poems that this poet wrote about actual people in an actual place. a i cally revealing, these portraits could easily become monotonous were they not streaked with humor, often totally unexpected. Searching out the records of his men and women in the cemetery and in the county court house. Masters rooted his miniatures in fact while still allowing his imagination to color each vignette. Not bothering to mask the identities of his people, the outcries of many of their descendants upon the publication of the Anthology were loud and horrendous.

Spectrum The whole spectrum of society in this morally rigid mid-western American town is there from the judge and the hanker right down to the town whore, Daisy Fraser, who, every time she was hauled into court, had to pay a $10 school tax! Because of her essential honesty, however. Masters is far more lenient with her than he is with the stuffed-shirt moralists of the upper echelons. Masters obviously delighted in the blatant ironies of the village life as when a Jew was buried in the Spoon River cemetery quite by error, or as when an ancient aunts death was attributed to heart failure while the fact was that her nephew had chloroformed her to obtain her wealth. And then there is the pathetic awareness of one of the denizens who had consorted with nobility and artists in Paris only to realize in death that now no one cares whom she entertained. In sum, HARD CARVED 14K Ring And Diamond Enlarged To Show Detail AS LOW AS gggOS TERMS AVAILABLE JEWELERS 73 Main Bangor Mini or Junior The JUNIOR Stunning Dff a new sleeveless, sports a the solid have a of Knit to A reception was held in the church vestry.

Those assisting included Mrs. James Galen, Mrs. Carolyn Spaulding and Cathy Spencer. The bride is a 1968 graduate of Bangor High School and is employed at Specialized Food Services, Husson College. The bridegroom graduated in 1984 from Bangor High School served four years in the Navv and Air Force and attended Eastern Maine Vocational Technical Institute.

He is at H.M. Goldsmith, Bangor. Blonde Chemist Finds Liberation Kind Of A Bore REDLANDS, Calif. (UPI) -Shes a chemist with a specialty that reads like something right out of Science fiction. Shes also a pretty blonde and her job is for real.

Dr. Ann Baugh Tipton is a chemist with the Lockheed Propulsion specialiing in microwave spectroscopy and the effects of internal rotation on the microwave spectrum of molecules. Dr. Tipton is project engineer for an Air Force financed study of the sensitivity of aluminum an advanced rocket propellant ingredient. Recently she was added to the roster of the 1970 edition of Outstanding Young Women of America, published annually to honor women between 21 and 35.

Dr. Tipton, whose husband plans to be a lawyer, received her doctorate i physical chemistry from the University of Texas in 1966 and served for three years as assistant professor of chemistry at Southwestern University. I had always excelled in science and mathematics and by the time I was a senior high school I had firmly decided that chemistry would be my field, she said. It surely be-ts doing housework, she added. Annual Meeting Held Thursday Gastine Hospital CASTINE The annual meeting of the Castine Community Hospital was held at the hospital Thursday evening.

Reports were made by the president, Francis W. and the administrator, Robert G. Hooke. Hatch, who has been treasurer for 29 years, retired from this office. He is succeeded by Laurence Pierce.

Hooke reported that the hospital had a successful year. He described new health services now available including physical therapy, dataphone transmission of electrocardiograms, and biweekly surveys of hospital activities by a visiting pathologist He also said that recent occupancy at the hospital has been the highest on record and that the annual financial deficit for the year ending July 31 was at least 35 per cent less than in the previous year. The following were elected as new members of the Corporation: Capt. and Mrs. William Ebb, Mr.

and Mrs. Henry Erhard, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Lt. Cmdr.

and Mrs. Howard Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell E. Knox, Mr.

and Mrs. Rudolph 0. Harcoux, Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs.

John Markley, Mr. Leonard Mead. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony L.

Michel, Rev. and Mrs. Edward 0. Miller, Rev. Kenneth Walker and Mrs.

Charles P. Wood. The following trustees were Couple Is Honored On Anniversary SPRINGFIELD Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Hamilton were honored at a surprise party at their home Saturday in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary.

The party was given by the uples children. Telephone calls were received from two of their daughters, who were unable to attend: Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Smith and son, Brad of Deer Park, Texas and Mr.

and Mrs. Robert E. Libby of Somers, Conn. The couple received a money tree and several gifts. The cake was made by Mrs.

Sandra Tolman of Spring-field. Guests attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Glew and children, Peter, Patti and Peggy; Mr. and Mrs.

Willis Glew and children, Lorrie and Mike; Phil Foss, all of Fort Fairfield; Isabelle and "Dawn Ross of Brighton, Liz Lougee of Island Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aguis of New York; E'sie McLaughlin of Dan-forth; Randy Toby of Prentiss; Lloyd Bradeen and Arnie House of Lee; Rod Smart of Olamon. Attending from Springfield were Mr. and Mrs.

Colbert Preble, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton, Mrs. Wavie Drake, Charlie, Lisa, Kathleen and Karolyn Kuefler, Blanche Russell, Dedee Dill, Dorothy Smith, Rayle, Bobby, and Dara Hamilton. elected at the meeting; Philip Babcock, Mrs.

Boyd W. Bartlett, Miss Miriam Curtis, Mrs. Edward R. Hale, Francis W. Hatch, Robert G.

Hooke, Laurence Pierce, David Pollard, Barclay Robinson, Mrs. Robert F. Russell, Roland Simons, Harrison E. Small, Capt. C.

Edward Tenney, Arnold Veague, and Mrs. Maurice Williams. Bishop Oliver J. Hart and Rev. Raymond B.

Johnson were elected honorary trustees. Officers and members of the Executive Committee were elected as follows; Francis W. Hatch, president; Robert G. Hooke, vice president and secretary; Laurence Pierce, treasurer; and Arnold L. Veague, clerk; Executive committee, Philip Babcock, Mrs.

Bartlett, Miss Curtis, Francis W. Hatch, and Mr. Hooke as chairman and secretary of the committee; also, Roland Simons. Harrison Small, C. Edward Tenney, and Laurence Pierce.

David Pollar; newly elected trustee and resident manager of the St. Regis Paper MOCCASINS TOWN LYNE GIFT SHOP Open Daily 9 to 9, Sun. 12 to 6 Bar Harbor Road, Brewer 3 Miles From Either Bridge The maid of honor wore an A-lme gown trimmed with green satin ribbon and carried yellow roses. Other attendants wore identical outfits, in yellow and carried green roses. Howard Collins of Greenville was best man.

Ushers were David Jarvis and Gerald Mangawang, both of Bangor. A reception was held at the Bangor House. Assisting was Mrs. David Jarvis. The couple left on trip to Quebec City and Montreal, Canada.

After Aug. 28, they wil reside at 247 Ohio St. Miss Jarvis is a 1967 graduate of Bangor High School and will be a senior at the University of Maine in the fall. She is employed in the dietary department of Eastern Maine Medical Center. Mr.

Collins, a 1966 graduate of Bangor High School, graduated in 1970 from the University of Maine, where he studied accounting. Companys plant in Bucksport, gave an informative talk on steps being taken to clean up the Penobscot River. He said that industries along the river were committed to the clean-up program. 1 A question and answer period followed. DOWNTOWN BANGOR When PANTUNIC Basic smash for PETITES TODAYS IN WATCH 32.

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