The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 5, 1999

ENGAGEMENTs

Hilary Hornor to wed Nicholas Boynton

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Culver Hornor of Amherst, New Hampshire announce the engagement of their daughter, Hilary Stevens Hornor to Nicholas Campbell Boynton. Mr. Boynton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson Boynton, III of Concord, formerly of Carlisle.

Miss Hornor is a graduate of the Derryfield School in Manchester, New Hampshire. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Virginia. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. John Bartlett Stevens and the late Mr. Stevens of Nashua, New Hampshire, and the late Mr. and Mrs. James Lee Hornor of Clarksburg, West Virginia. She recently opened The Furniture Spa, a Concord-based company, which specializes in custom painting of furniture.

Mr. Boynton, the grandson of Mrs. John Wilson Boynton Jr., and the late Dr. Boynton, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Hallett Campbell, all of Concord, graduated from Concord-Carlisle High School, and received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Syracuse University. He is vice president of The Boynton Company of Concord, a real estate investment and management company.

A summer wedding is planned.

Ariana Klinkov to wed David Blake

David Blake of Lowell Street and Ariana Klinkov of Orchard Acres Drive became engaged to be married this past month in Paris. David flew to Paris for the weekend of February 12 to surprise Ariana, who was competing in a Women's World Cup Sabre Tournament. Ariana's father and stepmother participated in the surprise.

David is the son of Wayne and Irene Blake of Lowell Street. Ariana is the daughter of Joseph Klinkov of New York City, and Esterly Flores of New Mexico.

A fall wedding is planned.

Our sympathy to ...

Lee and Art Milliken of Estabrook Road on the death of Lee's mother Ruth Wood Holcombe of Lexington, on Sunday, February 28.

· COA quilters Kay Woodward, Shirley Sauer, and her sister Sally Lingner from Worcester, presented their wonderful quilts to the Carlisle School second graders on March 1, for the second year. Sally passed around numerous samples of her work for the children to hold and study. Some of the patterns that they recognized from their classroom studies were the 'nine-patch', the 'log cabin' and the 'drunkard's path'. The latter, it was pointed out, had a special meaning to slaves, reminding them to not take a straight escape route. Children and adults were impressed with the quilters' warmth and the enjoyment they bring to their subject.

The quilters will be offering a quilting and sewing class to second and third graders this spring through the Carlisle Recreation program. They're hoping these will be intergenerational meetings with parents, grandparents and other seniors attending as well.

· Ariana Klinkov of Orchard Acres Drive competed in the second Women's World Cup Sabre tournament in Orleans, France. Ariana finished 13th after losing 15—11 on February 13 and 14 to the #1 ranked fencer in the world. With this finish, she is ranked 5th in the US and 19th in the world. The next two World Cups are in Budapest, Hungary and Peabody, Massachusetts on March 20 and 21.

· Erin McNeill of Munroe Hill Road, a junior at Georgetown University, has been named to the Dean's List with honors for the fall semester.

· Matt Jancek of Baldwin Road, is a freshman member of the Kenyon College Men's Swimming Team. Kenyon College, located in Gambier, Ohio, is a Division III member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

· Ben Davis of Munroe Hill, is a recipient of the Dean's Award for academic excellence during the fall semester at Colgate University where he is a member of the Class of 2002. Davis has joined Phi Eta Sigma, the Academic Honor Society for first-year students.

· Erin McNeill of Munroe Hill Road, a junior at Georgetown University, has been named to the Dean's List with honors for the fall semester.

· Matt Jancek of Baldwin Road, is a freshman member of the Kenyon College Men's Swimming Team. Kenyon College, located in Gambier, Ohio, is a Division III member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

· Cheryl L. Oyer of Stoney Gate was named to the Dean's List for the fall semester at Westfield State College. Cheryl is in her sophomore year, majoring in business administration.


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