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January 13, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 VAN-- The official dedication of the new 15 passenger van for the Home for the Elderly was held on Jan. 3. Those in official attendance Included: (left to right) Ran Andrews, Acting New Hampshire Mental Health Director; Ross Taylor, President, Cohase Lions Club; Paul Lamott, Haverhill Representative to the General Court; Hugh Gallen, Governor State of New llampshire; Richard Shine, Assistant Transportation Director of New Hamp- llre; Ray Burton, Executive Councilor District One; $andra Knapp, Superin- tdent of the Home for the Elderly; Edward Lupien, President of the Friends of bemil. New transportation program at Glencliff rest home . Imately forty organizations donated toward the new mini- bus project from Littleton to Peterborough and including Wells River and Bradford, Vt. Funding for the bus was 79 Percent from the Federal Government and 21 percent from local interest groups. fi alistarted in the summer of 1979 when Friends Of The ! Hill, a non-profit organization, .began to support the home and lts residents and Glencliff Home for the Elderly, made application for a new vehicle through the then N.H. Transportation Authority, to the U.S. "Dept. of Tran- sportation-Urban Mass - Transportation Lb oft Ad :-, ministra[ion, for a section res of 16(b)2 Capital Assistance grant Applications were received from 15 private, non- . i ." " ..re awarded in the end. e main purpose of :s"for uiring the new vehicle was tr new and dependable ansportation for residents of the Home. {Buses now in use into t are of the 1966 and 1969 vin- Jarding tage. I It was also hoped that sometime in the future the vehicle could be used for ll, aelderly and handicapped Y nd old4rsons m the community, as ' we are in an area in .dperate need of tran- vo/Sportation, particularly for j is wOU r elderly and handicapped w POPulation," said a Gleneliff Spokesman .  Generous Donations ,apu The following is a list of Church orgamzatmns, cwm GLENCLIFF-- Approx- Lion's Club, The Lioness Club, Donald, Kenneth and Betty Bancroft and Bertha WhEt- The TV Guy, Tuck Press, A.A.R.P. No. 2730, The N. Haverhill Girl's Club, The N. Haverhill Village Improvement Society, The Methodist Women's Fellowship, Dr. Edwin Blaisdell, The Bradford National Bank, The National Bank of Newbury, The Wells River Savings Bank, The Piermont Women's Fellowship, The Pike Station Store, The Pike Ladies Aid, Phil Morse, The Minerva Temple No. 40 Pythian Sisters, John and Grace Mac cher. On Monday, Dec. 28, the new $23,000 Thomas Mighty-Mite Mini-Bus was delivered to Glencliff by Ed Benson of Benson Auto Co., Franklin, N H. This bus comes equipped with many safety features -- an automatic lift and it's wheelchair accessible. Governor Hugh J. Gallen, having a special interest in this vehicle, will be at Glen- cliff Home for the Elderly on Sunday, Jan. 3, (3:00 p.m.) to make a formal presentation. Mrs. Kathy Martin Oakes Mr. Frank M. Klymm Two promotions at Hanover bank V. -- P - will be responsible for in- motions have recently been creased customer contacts announced by Hanover Bank and service. Mrs. Oakes and & Trust Company. Frank M. her husband, Dale, live in Klymm has been elected Piermont. Assistant Vice President of Mr. Klymm will assume the Bank. He had formerly additional responsibilities in serviced as Assistant personnel and office staffing. igroups, banks and individuals from the area, who through Treasurer and Manager of the Before joining the Bank, he ,leasutheir generous donations LeBank Office. Mrs. Kathy was associated with a finance th. Pashowed community interest Martin Oakes has been elected company and had at one time and support which made Assistant Manager of the been a history teacher in the !Is. Sible the purchase of a new Main Office in Hanover. She New York City school system. party! |ni-bus for use by residents had formerly been in charge He resides in Enfield with his ealth i . Glencliff Home For The of Customer Services at that wife Eileen and two children. i klerlv. The Woodsville office. Guaranty Savings Bank -- Mrs. Oakes has been ,-/Roland Currier The La associated with Hanover Bank NOTES&COMMENTS )em  noreayette National Bank, The for the past six years, and has The first and only test of .moss-Wood Post No. 20 worked in many areas of the one'sreligioa is the kind of life iAnlerican Legion, The Cohase Bank. In her new position, she he leads. with t week! ink for[ pswir >"" ""   Imolnul MIIMI Rev. Edwin Miine. Suturdy Eve Mss, o: The Rev. Wiliem Alkinsn. Sunday Smce, risks p.m. Sumlay Mossas, 8 ,,.m. and 10 era. and MP, 10:30 a.m. HC first, th ard fiflh. Sundays second and fwrth Sundws. : P ! cg.ll.c.. St. Ldm'= llml nantloIlae% SundeyService-o.m., Woedsviile, N.H. by. Frances Pottlw, Holy Cram 1 st, 3rd and 5th Sundays- lh00 Tim lr |1 Clum Schel.10m. 10,00 o.m., Rev. Arthur ..Bogl... Sunday  o.m. Morning Prayer, 2rid and 4th, Sundgys - School 1000 o.m. Youth Fellowship Sunday 1111111111 1100 a.m. evening. Youth Fldlowship Gredes 7 through 12. All are welcome. es; Ibt III Chl 8th r  Io, Suad=y School, 9,4S iN'  w.,, 11 o.,.. =g cu,m,h.., r:, 6 p.ta, "fllunld=y . Rrfer MNtk Rev. Hying, prater. Sunday, 9,45 a.m., Nnl 1 P.m. Sunday scho. 11 a.m., mm'ning warhip. 7 IU..C. p.m., evening wmhip. Wednesday, 7,15 Interim Pastor Richard Monroe, Sunday L am wmm CkknlmChmh t schod 9=45 o.m., Sunday Services 11 gUNCUI ON r;_-,= =.m.,  word@ - 11 0o o.m.-   ,,,, - 6;o p.m., -  Meeting - 6:30 p.m. _ ILIflRIISJL S .C.. .ves. 9,30 O.m., Sunday School - 9..36 L . SmlXuvlmu  hU, d kUdaNh   She, r, #.,  So.ices - u o.m., Sncky schod - 9,30 o.m. wot ' " v3 O., .L00a for __s,,,..Wdt*rs Sunday Sorvices 1 m.  , h00 i. ndi po kaChmk WlmilS a Worship, lOo.m. prn., mkl-wHk sorvice. Servkas - i 1 o.m. Church School 10 o.m. UUld aUudt N aumdu Rev. William L. Shnfer, Istm'. Sunday, 11 Nerds, Vt. Rev. Joseph Rinddi. Sunday o.m.,ming" worship; church schod for pre. school, 9:45o.m. MorningServke, 11 o.m. sdmol childNm. Tuesduw, 6,30 a.m., mews Evening Fellowship, 7:30 p.m. Bible Study, brwldust. Helen Ruford isleadingoBilde Wed., 7,30p.m. study gro,p ot hf horn. m lhwsdoys frem 9:30-11 o.m.; everl is t..ome.. IffleAlll Oitll Cd hpfl,anok Ilnld Imdl?tochl qnwln Albert E. Irkor, ISt'or. Svlch 10 u.m., by. trion T. Ioddiw.  WornlWp, Sunday school. 11,00 mmi wmlip. T lh3Oo.m. Ouh.,9o.m. p.m. ovomnll sacvk. Wodnoady, 7 p.m., Ier meeting, f,, 7 p.m., young people's meeting. Vegmont c,,mo,,du.cc. Rev. John Knight - Sunday scrvices 10,45, Sulm khool 9,30 a.m. - Child Care fW IT ek.n0k-d Advon00 Ckm too t. wo SmV. Soturdoy, 2=30 p.m. R*v. Lee Mmnig. Saturday Services Sabbath School - 1 p.m. Worship Service - 2=30 p.m. IOlml llllUI! ReV. MarionT. Red4". Sun4w Worship, 10 o.m. Church Sc, 9a.m. Bradford, Vt Rev. Joins Boudnu. Suml-y RUJI MVll Srvkes 10 a.m. Sunday School 9=15 o.m. St. lqmm'l CI NIAgeslnvffed. Joseph , Paster, C.s.s.R. Smurdav sch0ofg,4S =.m., Momi W_mip lltO0 o.m., Mid-Weok Bible Study Thurs.,., U... 7,30 p.m. . ...L_  Wells River, Vt. Rev. Arthur Q, Sumkq urn, Vt. Fgther Jmes Cannon .s.s. Sat. Mass, 5d$ p.m. Sun. Moss., 9OOm ...... 11,00 a.m.  NIWSIff ...... oq S... CNINIIlaNl by. Josh Ducawr, Pmtor. trmtClmk " School Services IOAS o.m., Church  - 10,45 Stqm. idmr, pastor. ,mmy_ m' a.m. 945 o.m.  Worlh, 11. Em" g Service, 7.  MIIBJ! _ . Wan Mdee Cmlmlmid lm ikltCmtldh llllrNclumlklL.C. Pastor, Gordo Co', SmMuy Schod, 9,15 o.m.; Word@ S*,, 10,$0 o.ma Prayer A. White, Pastor, .Tuiny W $orvko (.Tm.), 7&Op.m,; Tues. I.,odk likl 1,00 o.m. SunckJy School 9,45 o.m., Pot ,Study, 10:00 o.m.; Fehmhip  (Wed.), tuck & Vrs Tuesdays, 6=00 p.m. 7=00 p.m. . HAVERHII00 POLICE REPORT tlAVElilIILL-- Haverhill 22-year old Woodsville man on police responded to a one-car accident on Route 10 in ltaverhill on Sunday, Jan. 3 at appr, ximately 10:00 p.m. Polwe said the car received damage to its under carriage. Road condilions at the time of the accidenl weredescrihed as icy. Ski Theft MT. LAKES- Police are invest igating an alledged hreak-in involving a car in the parking lot of the Manteau Ski Area on Jan. 2 that police believe may have occurred I)etween 10:00 p.m. and 1:30 a.m. According to police, the owner of the vehicle reported that thieves broke a window in the car and made off with "assorted skits." Theft MT. LAKES -. Haverhill police received a complaint on Jan. I that a $150 watch had heen slolen fron the glove box of a snowmobile owned by a Plainvillc, ('ann., man. Thc same man had been arresled by police on Dec. 31 for criminal trespass and giving a false report to an officer involving an incident at a N. llaverhill farm. Police said that they had received a complaint that the man and at least one other rider continued to ride their snowmobiles around the farm after being told by the lan- downers to leave. Police say the Connecticut nmn had also been issued a citation on Jan. 29 for operating his snowmobile in the road on Mountain Drive in the Mountain Lakes area. A second Connecticut man was also charged with criminal trespass in Mountain Lakes on Jan. 1, according to police reports. Accident N. HAVERIIILL-- Police say they reponde an accident on Sanborn St. in N. Haverhill at approximately 9:45 p.m. on Jan. I. According to police reports, a local fireman's vehicle ran into a state highway truck while responding to a fire call. Road conditions at the time of the accidenl were described as icy. Unregistered Vehicle N. HAVERIIILL-- Haverhill olice issued a summons to a Jan. 1 for operating an unregistered vehicle on the French Pond Road in N. Haverhill A court date was set for Jan. 2t in tlaverhill District Court. Snowmobile Violation W()OI)SVIIJ,E - Haverhill police issued a summons on Jan. l at approximately 2:45 p.m. to a 28-year old Lisbon man for operating his snowmobile on ltospital Road in Woodsville the same day. A court date was set for Jan. 29 at Haverhill District Court in Woodsville. Driving While Intoxicated N. HAVERttILL-- Haverhill police arrested a 46-year old N. ttaverhill man on the Benton Road in N. Haverhill Jan. 1 at approximately 3:50 a.m. for Driving While Intoxicated t Second Offense). Bail was set at $500 and a court date was set for Jan. 29 in Haverhill District Court. Accident MT. LAKES-- Police responded to a two-car ac- cidenl on the Swiftwater Valley Rd. in the Mountain Lakes area on Dec. 29 at approximately 9:45 a.m. According to police, a 1982 Fial operated by a Woodsviile man, age 24, sideswiped a 1982 Ford driven by an 18-year old" man from Giastonbury, Conn. The Woodsville driver was issued a citation for operating his vellicle without a valid New ttampshire driver's license, according to police. Road condilions at the time of the accident were described asicy. Reported Forgery N. IIAVERtIILL-- Police arresled a Main St., N., ltaverhili man relating to a reporled forgery incident that occurred on Nov. 1. Police say the - suspect forged his name on a $27 check and cashed it. The suspect was arrested at his home. Reported Burglary PIKE- Haverhill police responded to a complaint from a Pike man on Dec. 25 citing a .bnrglary at a building on Old Burkhard Place between 7:00 and 8:30 p.m. According to police, ap- proximalely $220 in valuables were slolen from the property. Oxbow girls team has tou00h week (continued from page S) with her own two pointer buzzer, taking home a well followed by Thetford's final earned 35-31 win. A cam- five points, all foul shots, four bination of sticky defensive by Fifield and one by Lyn Hill. play by the Panthers and sloppy, devil may care at- titude from Oxbow's quintet sealed their fate. Thetford; unbeaten through seven games, started strong, building up a 7-0 lead before Oxbow scored its first marker, at 4:02. At the end of the quarter, Oxbow trailed by four, 10-0, and losing their confidence at both ends of the floor. Frustration continued in the second quarter as Karin Dwyer picked up her third foul and eat out the remainder of the quarter. The Panthers then went to work. Michelle Fifieid hit from the key and center standout Lyn Hill scored two quick jumpers and added rebounds at both ends of the court to open a 17-12 half time lead. With Dwyer seeing limited playing time in the third quarter, Thetford managed to stretch the lead to 26-16 with 2:26 remaining, settling for a 27-18 margin at the end of the quarter. Eleven turnovers by Oxbow during the eight minutes didn't hurt their cause. Oxbow was in trouble, and the Panthers were not about to let them off the ropes. A jumper by Kathy Peterson and a nice driving two-pointer by Janine Teeter made the score 27-22, but Michelle Fifield answered WELL DRILLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE COMPLETE WATER SYSTEMS INSTALLED FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI Artesian Wel.I Co. B(v,P V,ew Dr,re R D BoRe, Vt 476 4832 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE I II Ill No matter how poorly the Olympians played, even their foul trouble, would not have turned the tide. The Thetford Panthers had come to Oxbow to play the game of basketball, to come away with a win, and t hey did, convincingly. Leading the Panther victory was Michelle Fifield with 14 with support from Lyn Hill with 11, Annie Fetter with 8. Cricket Doyle and Sheila Fifield played strong games also for Thetford. Oxbow was lead by Dwyer with 10. Victory over U-32 The one bright light at the end of the tunnel this week was the easy victory over U- 32, 58-32. With no outstanding team in the league this year, U-32 was considered by many to be one of the few teams to he able to give Oxbow a run for their money. It was not to be. Not at Oxbow at least. Coming off the shocking loss to Thetford, Oxbow opened up a commanding 16-8 lead in the first quarter, and kept building until the final buzzer. A 12-6 scoring bulge in the second period sent the Olympians into the lockerroom with a com- fortable 28-14 lead. Jody Pratt and Karin Dwyer were in- strumental in developing the large lead, hitting for 22 of the first 28 points. Outscoring the Raiders 30 to If, Oxbow coasted to their first league win of the year. A game high Church Women I Tnited hold annual meetin= BRADFORD--The Upper Valley Unit of Church Women United held its annual meeting at the United Church of Christ in Bradford, Vt. on Jan. 8. A lunch was served by the women of the church before the meeting. Officers elected for the coming year are Mrs. Morris Knapp, president; Mrs. George Southworth, vice- president; Mrs. Dana Tyler, secretary; and Mrs. Donald Miller, treasurer. New committee members are Mrs. Phyllis Lavelle, program; Mrs. Andrew Jarrell, finance; and Mrs. Gilbert Cole, nominations. Reports were read and discussed and the officers and committee members were installed in a ceremony led by the president. World Day of Prayer will be held in the W. Topsham church on March 5. DAM POWERHOUSE DEMOLISHED--- Workers for the Bancroft Construction Company of S. Paris, Me., leveled the historic brick powerhouse building at the Bradford Dam last Friday. New generators will be housed in a new powerhouse to be built on the same site as part of the restoration of the hydro-power dam backed by the Central Vermont Public Service Company. Vermont goes back to old inspection sticker MONTPELIER--The   Department of Motor Vehicles  1 is changing the format of " inspection stickers beginning January 1, 1982, according to Commissioner of Motor Vehicles William Conway. Response from the public on the new style sticker in- troduced in Jan. 1981 has auAv prompted the Department to return to the style used in 1980 and prior years. Although the Department of Motor Vehicles saved $10,000 in using the 1980 sticker, it was found to be less secure and cause confusion with the public. The sticker will be issued to expire as they did before in only the even months, and will display the number 2 - 4 - 6 - 8 - l0 - 12 in the center of the sticker indicating the month of expiration. points were scored by Dwyer, with Pratt adding ten, Kathy Peterson six, Brenda Peterson five, Angle Dobbins four, Suzie Pierson and Janine Teeter two each. Hoping to extend their win streak to two, Oxbow travelled to Hanover on Saturday, but came away empty-handed, dropping a 57-44 tilt to the 4-4 Mauraders. Oxbow held a slim 23-20 lead at the half but couldn't con- tend with the hot shooting Hanover quintet during the final sixteen minutes. Dwyer and Brenda Peterson played well during the first half, but the entire Oxbow squad lost steam going down the stretch, losing their second game of the week. CENTER DATSUN INCORPoRATED STOP IN AND SEE OUR NEW 1982 MODELS AND LEFTOVER 191%. BOX B17 E. St Johnsbury RcL Tel. (80.2_) St Johnsbury Vt. 05819 748-2352 i MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE ! I o.., c,.m 00.t,t I With the exception of school buses and passenger common carriers, all vehicles are required to be inspected once a year only. Those inspected during the January - February '82 period, then will be required to be inspected again during January - February '83, and will display a "2" in the windshield. Car and truck inspection stickers issued in the 1982 calendar year will have a red border and the large black number indicates the month inspection is due in 1983. I ..... Social 2( Local volunteers and area senior citizens by IIELEN UNI)ERlllI,L provide entertainment at ORFORD-: When driving times. through Orford, N.H at mid- A delightful Christmas day on Tuesdays one may be Party was enjoyed by many, aware of many cars parked by complete with lovely table the Orford Church. If you decorations, corsages, favors, venture ckser you will whiff Christmas tree, Santa and an  aroma of delectable many treats. cooking. Inside you will find Mike Schonberger, Director 75-100 happy and lively senior of the Upper Valley Senior citizens enjoying a delicious Citizens is a frequent visitor in meal, also served by senior Orford and commends highly citizens, the group of volunteers for the Howard Somers is the fine work they are doing to director of the Orford Site of brighten the days of many. "Upper Valley Senior Piermont is included in this Citizens" with his wife, Eve. group and ten to fifteen people The executive committee and usually attend the dinner. a corps of volunteers Mrs. Vira Ciayburn has been (R.S.V.P.) these dinners are very active in contacting served each week. Harry seniors and arranging tran- Daisey, and his wife Myrtle of sportalion. Orford produce the very delicious meals. During the past year, 3762 meals were served at the NOTES&COMMENTS Orford site plus 982 "Meals on Everyone wants to be Wheels" totaling 4744 meals, popular but the price asked is There were 4155 volunteer often too exorbitant. hours supplied which is im- pressive. OIAMONO$ * WATCHES In addition to serving these meals each Tuesday R.S.V.P. We Ropar AC, CUTRON, TIME members provide delivery of and All Makes. "Meals on Wheels", visit the HASKELL JE., LERS ill and lonely, telephone ......... reassurance -- which means a Littleton. NH 03561 call each day to someone t003) 444-3351 alone or in ill-health, and ................. i i i tl ' -- I 00ForNI Y#llr I I spe,00vct00ns ! ", x i lillilp MEMBf.R NATIONAL IIUDAL Er.IIE mmamvdl, .v.mJ N ^nON,,, mA SmC WINTER SALE Tremendous Savings in Every, Department Shop Now For Best Selection Use Your Charge AcCeunt Woodsvllle, N.H. - St. Johnsbury, Vt. III I III II I I I .. _ L Buy family a tuture. A future in personal computing. 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Those in official attendance Included: (left to right) Ran Andrews, Acting New Hampshire Mental Health Director; Ross Taylor, President, Cohase Lions Club; Paul Lamott, Haverhill Representative to the General Court; Hugh Gallen, Governor State of New llampshire; Richard Shine, Assistant Transportation Director of New Hamp- llre; Ray Burton, Executive Councilor District One; $andra Knapp, Superin- tdent of the Home for the Elderly; Edward Lupien, President of the Friends of bemil. New transportation program at Glencliff rest home . Imately forty organizations donated toward the new mini- bus project from Littleton to Peterborough and including Wells River and Bradford, Vt. Funding for the bus was 79 Percent from the Federal Government and 21 percent from local interest groups. fi alistarted in the summer of 1979 when Friends Of The ! Hill, a non-profit organization, .began to support the home and lts residents and Glencliff Home for the Elderly, made application for a new vehicle through the then N.H. Transportation Authority, to the U.S. "Dept. of Tran- sportation-Urban Mass - Transportation Lb oft Ad :-, ministra[ion, for a section res of 16(b)2 Capital Assistance grant Applications were received from 15 private, non- . i ." " ..re awarded in the end. e main purpose of :s"for uiring the new vehicle was tr new and dependable ansportation for residents of the Home. {Buses now in use into t are of the 1966 and 1969 vin- Jarding tage. I It was also hoped that sometime in the future the vehicle could be used for ll, aelderly and handicapped Y nd old4rsons m the community, as ' we are in an area in .dperate need of tran- vo/Sportation, particularly for j is wOU r elderly and handicapped w POPulation," said a Gleneliff Spokesman .  Generous Donations ,apu The following is a list of Church orgamzatmns, cwm GLENCLIFF-- Approx- Lion's Club, The Lioness Club, Donald, Kenneth and Betty Bancroft and Bertha WhEt- The TV Guy, Tuck Press, A.A.R.P. No. 2730, The N. Haverhill Girl's Club, The N. Haverhill Village Improvement Society, The Methodist Women's Fellowship, Dr. Edwin Blaisdell, The Bradford National Bank, The National Bank of Newbury, The Wells River Savings Bank, The Piermont Women's Fellowship, The Pike Station Store, The Pike Ladies Aid, Phil Morse, The Minerva Temple No. 40 Pythian Sisters, John and Grace Mac cher. On Monday, Dec. 28, the new $23,000 Thomas Mighty-Mite Mini-Bus was delivered to Glencliff by Ed Benson of Benson Auto Co., Franklin, N H. This bus comes equipped with many safety features -- an automatic lift and it's wheelchair accessible. Governor Hugh J. Gallen, having a special interest in this vehicle, will be at Glen- cliff Home for the Elderly on Sunday, Jan. 3, (3:00 p.m.) to make a formal presentation. Mrs. Kathy Martin Oakes Mr. Frank M. Klymm Two promotions at Hanover bank V. -- P - will be responsible for in- motions have recently been creased customer contacts announced by Hanover Bank and service. Mrs. Oakes and & Trust Company. Frank M. her husband, Dale, live in Klymm has been elected Piermont. Assistant Vice President of Mr. Klymm will assume the Bank. He had formerly additional responsibilities in serviced as Assistant personnel and office staffing. igroups, banks and individuals from the area, who through Treasurer and Manager of the Before joining the Bank, he ,leasutheir generous donations LeBank Office. Mrs. Kathy was associated with a finance th. Pashowed community interest Martin Oakes has been elected company and had at one time and support which made Assistant Manager of the been a history teacher in the !Is. Sible the purchase of a new Main Office in Hanover. She New York City school system. party! |ni-bus for use by residents had formerly been in charge He resides in Enfield with his ealth i . Glencliff Home For The of Customer Services at that wife Eileen and two children. i klerlv. The Woodsville office. Guaranty Savings Bank -- Mrs. Oakes has been ,-/Roland Currier The La associated with Hanover Bank NOTES&COMMENTS )em  noreayette National Bank, The for the past six years, and has The first and only test of .moss-Wood Post No. 20 worked in many areas of the one'sreligioa is the kind of life iAnlerican Legion, The Cohase Bank. In her new position, she he leads. with t week! ink for[ pswir >"" ""   Imolnul MIIMI Rev. Edwin Milne. Saturday Eve Mss, o: The Rev. Wiliem Alkinsn. Sunday Smce, risks p.m. Sumlay Mosms, 8 ,,.m. and 10 era. and MP, 10:30 a.m. HC first, th ard fiflh. Sndoys second and fwrth Sundws. : P ! cg.ll.c.. St. Ldm'= llml nantloIlae% SundeyService-o.m., Woedsviile, N.H. by. Frances Pottlw, Holy Cram 1 st, 3rd and 5th Sundays- lh00 Tim lr |1 Clum Schel.10m. 10,00 o.m., Rev. Arthur ..Bogl... Sunday  o.m. Morning Prayer, 2rid and 4th, Sundgys - School 1000 o.m. Youth Fellowship Sunday 1111111111 1100 a.m. evening. Youth Fldlowship Gredes 7 through 12. All are welcome. es; Ibt III Chl 8th r  Io, Suad=y School, 9,4S iN'  w.,, 11 o.,.. =g cu,m,h.., r:, 6 p.ta, "fllunld=y . Rrfer MNtk Rev. Hying, prater. Sunday, 9,45 a.m., Nnl 1 P.m. Sunday scho. 11 a.m., mm'ning warhip. 7 IU..C. p.m., evening wmhip. Wednesday, 7,15 Interim Pastor Richard Monroe, Sunday L am wmm CkknlmChmh t schod 9=45 o.m., Sunday Services 11 gUNCUI ON r;_-,= =.m.,  word@ - 11 0o o.m.-   ,,,, - 6;o p.m., -  Meeting - 6:30 p.m. _ ILIflRIISJL S .C.. .ves. 9,30 O.m., Sunday School - 9..36 L . SmlXuvlmu  hU, d kUdaNh   She, r, #.,  So.ices - u o.m., Sncky schod - 9,30 o.m. wot ' " v3 O., .L00a for __s,,,..Wdt*rs Sunday Sorvices 1 m.  , h00 i. ndi po kaChmk WlmilS a Worship, lOo.m. prn., mkl-wHk sorvice. Servkes - i 1 o.m. Church School 10 o.m. UUld aUudt N aumdu Rev. William L. Shnfer, Istm'. Sunday, 11 Nerds, Vt. Rev. Joseph Rinddi. Sunday o.m.,ming" worship; church schod for pre. school, 9:45o.m. MorningServke, 11 o.m. sdmol childNm. Tuesduw, 6,30 a.m., mews Evening Fellowship, 7:30 p.m. Bible Study, brwldust. Helen Ruford isleadingoBilde Wed., 7,30p.m. study gro,p ot hf horn. m lhwsdoys frem 9:30-11 o.m.; everl is t..ome.. IffleAlll Oitll Cd hpfl,anok Ilnld Imdl?tochl qnwln Albert E. Irkor, ISt'or. Svlch 10 u.m., by. trion T. Ioddiw.  WornlWp, Sunday school. 11,00 mmi wmlip. T lh3Oo.m. Ouh.,9o.m. p.m. ovomnll sacvk. Wodnoady, 7 p.m., Ier meeting, f,, 7 p.m., young people's meeting. Vegmont c,,mo,,du.cc. Rev. John Knight - Sunday scrvices 10,45, Sulm khool 9,30 a.m. - Child Care fW IT ek.n0k-d Advon00 Ckm too t. wo SmV. Saturday, 2=30 p.m. R*v. Lee Mmnig. Saturday Services Sabbath School - 1 p.m. Worship Service - 2=30 p.m. IOlml llllUI! ReV. MarionT. Red4". Sun4w Worship, 10 o.m. Church Sc, 9a.m. Bradford, Vt Rev. Joins Boudnu. mby RUJI MVll Srvkes 10 a.m. Sunday School 9=15 o.m. St. lqmm'l CI NIAgeslnvffed. Joseph , Paster, C.s.s.R. Smurdav sch0ofg,4S =.m., Momi W_mip lltO0 o.m., Mid-Weok Bible Study Thurs.,., U... 7,30 p.m. . ...L_  Wells River, Vt. Rev. Arthur Q, Sumkq urn, Vt. Fgther Jmes Cannon .s.s. Sat. Mass, 5d$ p.m. Sun. Moss., 9OOm ...... 11,00 a.m.  NIWSIff ...... oq S... CNINIIlaNl by. Josh Ducawr, Pmtor. trmtClmk " School Services IOAS o.m., Church School - 10,45 Stqm. idmr, pastor. ,mmy_ m' a.m. 945 o.m.  Worlh, 11. Em" g Service, 7.  MIIKU _ . West  Cmemimi lm ikltCmtldh llllrNclumlklL.C. Pastor, Gordo Co', SmMuy Schod, 9,15 o.m.; Word@ S*,, 10,$0 o.ma Prayer A. White, Pastor, .Tuloy W $orvko (.Tm.), 7&Op.m,; Tues. I.,odk likl 1,00 o.m. Surloy School 9,45 o.m., Pot ,Study, 10:00 o.m.; Fehmhip  (Wed.), tuck & Vrs Tuesdays, 6=00 p.m. 7=00 p.m. . HAVERHII00 POLICE REPORT tlAVElilIILL-- Haverhill 22-year old Woodsville man on police responded to a one-car accident on Route 10 in ltaverhill on Sunday, Jan. 3 at appr, ximately 10:00 p.m. Polwe said the car received damage to its under carriage. Road condilions at the time of the accidenl weredescrihed as icy. Ski Theft MT. LAKES- Police are invest igating an alledged hreak-in involving a car in the parking lot of the Manteau Ski Area on Jan. 2 that police believe may have occurred I)etween 10:00 p.m. and 1:30 a.m. According to police, the owner of the vehicle reported that thieves broke a window in the car and made off with "assorted skits." Theft MT. LAKES -. Haverhill police received a complaint on Jan. I that a $150 watch had heen slolen fron the glove box of a snowmobile owned by a Plainvillc, ('ann., man. Thc same man had been arresled by police on Dec. 31 for criminal trespass and giving a false report to an officer involving an incident at a N. llaverhill farm. Police said that they had received a complaint that the man and at least one other rider continued to ride their snowmobiles around the farm after being told by the lan- downers to leave. Police say the Connecticut nmn had also been issued a citation on Jan. 29 for operating his snowmobile in the road on Mountain Drive in the Mountain Lakes area. A second Connecticut man was also charged with criminal trespass in Mountain Lakes on Jan. 1, according to police reports. Accident N. HAVERIIILL-- Police say they reponde an accident on Sanborn St. in N. Haverhill at approximately 9:45 p.m. on Jan. I. According to police reports, a local fireman's vehicle ran into a state highway truck while responding to a fire call. Road conditions at the time of the accidenl were described as icy. Unregistered Vehicle N. HAVERIIILL-- Haverhill olice issued a summons to a Jan. 1 for operating an unregistered vehicle on the French Pond Road in N. Haverhill A court date was set for Jan. 2t in tlaverhill District Court. Snowmobile Violation W()OI)SVIIJ,E - Haverhill police issued a summons on Jan. l at approximately 2:45 p.m. to a 28-year old Lisbon man for operating his snowmobile on ltospital Road in Woodsville the same day. A court date was set for Jan. 29 at Haverhill District Court in Woodsville. Driving While Intoxicated N. HAVERttILL-- Haverhill police arrested a 46-year old N. ttaverhill man on the Benton Road in N. Haverhill Jan. 1 at approximately 3:50 a.m. for Driving While Intoxicated t Second Offense). Bail was set at $500 and a court date was set for Jan. 29 in Haverhill District Court. Accident MT. LAKES-- Police responded to a two-car ac- cidenl on the Swiftwater Valley Rd. in the Mountain Lakes area on Dec. 29 at approximately 9:45 a.m. According to police, a 1982 Fial operated by a Woodsviile man, age 24, sideswiped a 1982 Ford driven by an 18-year old" man from Giastonbury, Conn. The Woodsville driver was issued a citation for operating his vellicle without a valid New ttampshire driver's license, according to police. Road condilions at the time of the accident were described asicy. Reported Forgery N. IIAVERtIILL-- Police arresled a Main St., N., ltaverhili man relating to a reporled forgery incident that occurred on Nov. 1. Police say the - suspect forged his name on a $27 check and cashed it. The suspect was arrested at his home. Reported Burglary PIKE- Haverhill police responded to a complaint from a Pike man on Dec. 25 citing a .bnrglary at a building on Old Burkhard Place between 7:00 and 8:30 p.m. According to police, ap- proximalely $220 in valuables were slolen from the property. Oxbow girls team has tou00h week (continued from page S) with her own two pointer buzzer, taking home a well followed by Thetford's final earned 35-31 win. A cam- five points, all foul shots, four bination of sticky defensive by Fifield and one by Lyn Hill. play by the Panthers and sloppy, devil may care at- titude from Oxbow's quintet sealed their fate. Thetford; unbeaten through seven games, started strong, building up a 7-0 lead before Oxbow scored its first marker, at 4:02. At the end of the quarter, Oxbow trailed by four, 10-0, and losing their confidence at both ends of the floor. Frustration continued in the second quarter as Karin Dwyer picked up her third foul and eat out the remainder of the quarter. The Panthers then went to work. Michelle Fifieid hit from the key and center standout Lyn Hill scored two quick jumpers and added rebounds at both ends of the court to open a 17-12 half time lead. With Dwyer seeing limited playing time in the third quarter, Thetford managed to stretch the lead to 26-16 with 2:26 remaining, settling for a 27-18 margin at the end of the quarter. Eleven turnovers by Oxbow during the eight minutes didn't hurt their cause. Oxbow was in trouble, and the Panthers were not about to let them off the ropes. A jumper by Kathy Peterson and a nice driving two-pointer by Janine Teeter made the score 27-22, but Michelle Fifield answered WELL DRILLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE COMPLETE WATER SYSTEMS INSTALLED FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI Artesian Wel.I Co. B(v,P V,ew Dr,re R D BoRe, Vt 476 4832 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE I II Ill No matter how poorly the Olympians played, even their foul trouble, would not have turned the tide. The Thetford Panthers had come to Oxbow to play the game of basketball, to come away with a win, and t hey did, convincingly. Leading the Panther victory was Michelle Fifield with 14 with support from Lyn Hill with 11, Annie Fetter with 8. Cricket Doyle and Sheila Fifield played strong games also for Thetford. Oxbow was lead by Dwyer with 10. Victory over U-32 The one bright light at the end of the tunnel this week was the easy victory over U- 32, 58-32. With no outstanding team in the league this year, U-32 was considered by many to be one of the few teams to he able to give Oxbow a run for their money. It was not to be. Not at Oxbow at least. Coming off the shocking loss to Thetford, Oxbow opened up a commanding 16-8 lead in the first quarter, and kept building until the final buzzer. A 12-6 scoring bulge in the second period sent the Olympians into the lockerroom with a com- fortable 28-14 lead. Jody Pratt and Karin Dwyer were in- strumental in developing the large lead, hitting for 22 of the first 28 points. Outscoring the Raiders 30 to If, Oxbow coasted to their first league win of the year. A game high Church Women I Tnited hold annual meetin= BRADFORD--The Upper Valley Unit of Church Women United held its annual meeting at the United Church of Christ in Bradford, Vt. on Jan. 8. A lunch was served by the women of the church before the meeting. Officers elected for the coming year are Mrs. Morris Knapp, president; Mrs. George Southworth, vice- president; Mrs. Dana Tyler, secretary; and Mrs. Donald Miller, treasurer. New committee members are Mrs. Phyllis Lavelle, program; Mrs. Andrew Jarrell, finance; and Mrs. Gilbert Cole, nominations. Reports were read and discussed and the officers and committee members were installed in a ceremony led by the president. World Day of Prayer will be held in the W. Topsham church on March 5. DAM POWERHOUSE DEMOLISHED--- Workers for the Bancroft Construction Company of S. Paris, Me., leveled the historic brick powerhouse building at the Bradford Dam last Friday. New generators will be housed in a new powerhouse to be built on the same site as part of the restoration of the hydro-power dam backed by the Central Vermont Public Service Company. Vermont goes back to old inspection sticker MONTPELIER--The   Department of Motor Vehicles  1 is changing the format of " inspection stickers beginning January 1, 1982, according to Commissioner of Motor Vehicles William Conway. Response from the public on the new style sticker in- troduced in Jan. 1981 has auAv prompted the Department to return to the style used in 1980 and prior years. Although the Department of Motor Vehicles saved $10,000 in using the 1980 sticker, it was found to be less secure and cause confusion with the public. The sticker will be issued to expire as they did before in only the even months, and will display the number 2 - 4 - 6 - 8 - l0 - 12 in the center of the sticker indicating the month of expiration. points were scored by Dwyer, with Pratt adding ten, Kathy Peterson six, Brenda Peterson five, Angle Dobbins four, Suzie Pierson and Janine Teeter two each. Hoping to extend their win streak to two, Oxbow travelled to Hanover on Saturday, but came away empty-handed, dropping a 57-44 tilt to the 4-4 Mauraders. Oxbow held a slim 23-20 lead at the half but couldn't con- tend with the hot shooting Hanover quintet during the final sixteen minutes. Dwyer and Brenda Peterson played well during the first half, but the entire Oxbow squad lost steam going down the stretch, losing their second game of the week. CENTER DATSUN INCORPoRATED STOP IN AND SEE OUR NEW 1982 MODELS AND LEFTOVER 191%. BOX B17 E. St Johnsbury RcL Tel. (80.2_) St Johnsbury Vt. 05819 748-2352 i MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE ! I o.., c,.m 00.t,t I With the exception of school buses and passenger common carriers, all vehicles are required to be inspected once a year only. Those inspected during the January - February '82 period, then will be required to be inspected again during January - February '83, and will display a "2" in the windshield. Car and truck inspection stickers issued in the 1982 calendar year will have a red border and the large black number indicates the month inspection is due in 1983. I ..... Social 2( Local volunteers and area senior citizens by IIELEN UNI)ERlllI,L provide entertainment at ORFORD-: When driving times. through Orford, N.H at mid- A delightful Christmas day on Tuesdays one may be Party was enjoyed by many, aware of many cars parked by complete with lovely table the Orford Church. If you decorations, corsages, favors, venture ckser you will whiff Christmas tree, Santa and an  aroma of delectable many treats. cooking. Inside you will find Mike Schonberger, Director 75-100 happy and lively senior of the Upper Valley Senior citizens enjoying a delicious Citizens is a frequent visitor in meal, also served by senior Orford and commends highly citizens, the group of volunteers for the Howard Somers is the fine work they are doing to director of the Orford Site of brighten the days of many. "Upper Valley Senior Piermont is included in this Citizens" with his wife, Eve. group and ten to fifteen people The executive committee and usually attend the dinner. a corps of volunteers Mrs. Vira Ciayburn has been (R.S.V.P.) these dinners are very active in contacting served each week. Harry seniors and arranging tran- Daisey, and his wife Myrtle of sportalion. Orford produce the very delicious meals. 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