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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-January 21, 1981 I/ mtOm,ALm= Amcv, ira:. )] ,l00rts and [I ] 00_Entertalnment II . Bradford, vt. }I .: 9A SPM • ).ooz-=..,,z /J I I I 8@ "SnowflakeSTHE WOODSTocKShOw&Sale &INNAntiques'' ). ) WOODSTOCK, VT.   Sunday-Jan. 25 Admission - $1.50 ) 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. with AD - $1.25 , Managed by: Marjorie Barry ) No. Haverhill, N.H. 03774 603-787-6212  3 1946- 1981 As of January, the Kaiser Family has operated the Happy Hour Restaurant for 35 years. Your patronage during all these years is appreciated. We would like you to celebrate with us. Saturday, January 24th 12- 10p.m. Sunday, January 25th 12-9 p.m. ORDER ONE ENTREE AT REGULAR MENU . . . THE SECOND ENTREE AT tlALF PRICE. WELLS RIVER, VERMONT Do I, Illll III Ill IIIII I Inlll II I When thoughts turn to a Springtime Fling, not hesitate to give us a ring. :. 0. , o.x 2..5o tz) 049=517o NOIIWICH, VT. IIIIIIIIN _  II I L_IIIII I IIII L _ DANCING STARTS AT 8:30 P.M. COMEEARLY - STAY LATE- have a fine entertaining evening! [ ..... I Saturday, January 24th J 'i  Road" J I I I . I I INSTRUCTOR--Barbara Duncan shows dance movement she teaches to area elementary school pupils. Dance program is held in elementary schools BRAI)FORD-The Orange possibilities for self ex- East Arts Programs is again pression through dance. Sl)nsnring a Dance as a (:lasses will proceed from physical education course in small exercises for individual all elementary schools in the parts of the body to larger ()range East Supervisory movements such as jumps, L,'nion. Barbara Duncan, skips, gallops, and leaps. An professional dancer is the emphasis will be put on the instructor for this project, rhythn| of the students" Ms Duncan presently dancing and using clapping, teaches ballet at her own drumming, and some studio, Whirling Dance Studio, recorded music. At the end of in Norwich. She has studied at the unit it is hoped that the University of Utah and St. students will have a greater Lawrence University, and appreciation, understanding continues to take classes in and enjoyment in the act of Concord, N.tt. Having per- dancing. formed with the Schenectady This project is being funded Civic Ballet., and the Syracuse by the Vermont Council on the Ballet theatre and doing Arts and the Orange East Arts choreog/'aphy for local I'rogram pr(uluctions for Dartmouth Players and Parish Playlets, experience to ne loc;u schools. Ms. l)uncan is listed as a Vermont Touring Artist and on the Artist in Residence program sponsored by the Vermont Council on the Arts. This dance project was started Jan. 5 and will end April 3. The program is " B/ rutl lcontinued from page ! ) five and six. Drugach brought the Oxbow budget meeting to the board's attention saying, "In February when it comes time divided into two sessions of six to vote on a budget, the tax- weeks each. Union No. 36, payers of Newbury should he Newburv, Vershire and West there." Fairlee* elementary schools The Oxbow School budget were included in the first meeting is February 24, 1981. session. Thetford, Bradford As this is Newbury's High and Fairlee elementary' School. the board urged people schools will take part in the second session. Each school has Ms. Duncan for one half a day once a week. Each school selected the grades to take part since the enrollment has to be limited. to attend. The board's decision- making process was reviewed. Any decisions that must be made between meetings are to be referred to the superintendent's office. Lessons include basic Anyone who disagrees can warm-up exercises to build then appeal this ad- coordination, stretch the ministrative decision to the muscles, and help suggest board. For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P. M. (603) 747- 2505 Or 747- 2840 !  i.;:.ii i !;i.::iii:: ::iiiiiii iii:,i:.i:li!i: :::: ;: ,i i::..:.;;i: i.i:; il : ::iiii!.:.:i iii!: : " !iiii BRADFORD, VT.  g02-222-5289 _j,,..._ STARTING JANUARY 21 Sunday--Special Priced family menu, 12-7. Monday--Closed(Gone to Play). Tuesday--Buy one dinner and get another dinner of equal value % price. Wednesday--All You Can Eat. Eggplant Parmesan with spaghetti. $4.50. Thursday--Top Sliced Sirloin $5.95. Friday--Battered dip fish for lunch $2.95. All the fish & chips you can eat in our lounge at dinner $3.50. SuturdayYour Choice -- Prime Rib or Surf & Turf $10.50.  Lunch is I 1:30 to 4:30. Dinner is 5 to 9. t We also serve a special sandwich menu in our bar from 11 : 30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Friday and Saturday 'til I 1:00 P,M. Star00Fyay ]2 I 7:00-9.15 I Stir Crazy ropeye i PC. l Jean Wilder R %t. & Sun. at 2: PM WIlD KNOWS': Allere was Cathay7 Answer on classilic(t IlgE'. GALAXY TRAVEL, INC. 103 S. Main St. W. Lebanon, NH 603298-8782 Mon.-Sat. 9:00-5:00 Dan, Linda & Pe:y 20-30% OFF Suns.hine Boutique St. Jay - 748-2933 IIII I linter art classes ttANOVEB.--Regist ration for winter art classes at AVA Gallery in llanover will close Jan. 31, The gallery is sponsoring five classes including "Shodo" Japanese Caligraphy taught by Aya ltagaki, (;eneral Drawing by Aidron Duck- worth, Painting and Color Theory by Aidron Duckworth, Color and Painting for Young People, and a Life Session with no instruction. (:lasses will begin the first week of February. To register for classes or for ftn'ther in- formation contact David Messier al AVA Gallery 1603) 643-2841 CHIMES LOUNGE presents LADLES NITE Every Thursday Nite All Drinks %.Price ;,IVE ENTERTAINMENT Wed. thru Sat. WEDNESDAY I,inda Boudault & friends TllURSDAY Full Moon Revue FRIDAY John McCormick SATURDAY Ginny White " (formerly of Black Velvet) Check our Daily Bar. Speeial-- Dearborn Circulators Model Nil. zOT 67S$T BTU/HR INPUT 60.000 75000 HEIGHT 32 1/8" 32 1/8' WIDTH 31 31' DEPTH 18 /'8" 23 3/8 SAFETY PILOl YES YES THERMOSTAT YES YES BLOWER OPT OPT t FEATURES -- Power performing circulators of tasteful design wt front panels of simulated gold fabric and wood grin. Furniture-style legs adiust for uneven floors. Optional countefflow blower easily installed at any time Has top level snap-throttle thermostat control and lifetime cast iron burner• We Offer A Complete Line Of Space Heaters In Stock And Ready For Immediate Installation In Your Home. Model No. OCH-64OTT BTH/HR INPz;1 40.000 HEIGHT 26 7/8 WIDTH 21 ' DEPTH 19 ' SAFETY PILOI YES THERMOSTAT YES BLOWER OPTIONAL FEATURES --- Small profile circulator wth big heating capaoty. Exc'lJent for large rooms and multiple smaller rooms. Coun- tedlow I)lower easdy added at any time. Attractive legs also serve as levelers lot uneven floors Budt in thermostat activates lifetime burner for fas efficient heating from dual heat exchangers. SEE US FIRST! BRADFORD OIL CO. Inc. Junction 5 & 25 Bradford, Vt. Call 802-222-5251 Or 603-787-6391 II I PAYING CASH CEN RAL COIN ASSOCIATES DEALERS IN GOLD & SILVER THROUGHOUT NEW ENGLAND . Gold Coins . Gold Watches . High School & College Class Rings . Gold Wedding Bands & Engagement Rings . Dental Gold . Unmarked Gold 10 Karat  14 Karat ,I 8 Karat Anything else in Gold Jewelry Will Be At The COACH & PADDOCK MOTEL ROOM NO. 8, WOODSVILLE, N.H. Paying Highest Market Prices For Your Gold & Silverl Last Two Days To Collect On Your GeM & Stlverlll Thursday, Jan. 22 & Friday, Jan. 23 9:00 A.M. - 7:30 P.M. Saturday, Jan. 24 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. • Silver Dollars Before 1936 :00;00v00mrlHra Coinslves Before 1965 (Kennedy Halves) 1965-70 • Canadian Silver Coins ' I (Belore 1967) I " ritY Sterling - Flatware- Forks, Spoons, Knives & Other .Serving Pieces. • HOllOW Ware Bowls, Trays, Tea Sets, Dresser Sets, Etc. • All Items.In Any Shape Or Condition • Also Buymng Cmn Sdver Items • Franklin Mints & All Other Mint Items WE WILL ALSO BE BUYING ALL SORTS OF: • ANTIQUES • Clocks • Lamps = Furniture = Paintings • • Diamonds • Post Cards • Hummels • Etc. • No Appointment Necessary • Bring Merchandise in For Free Estimate e.---..____ Page 2-The Journal Opinion-January 21, 1981 I/ mtOm,ALm= Amcv, ira:. )] ,l00rts and [I ] 00_Entertalnment II . Bradford, vt. }I .: 9A SPM • ).ooz-=..,,z /J I I I 8@ "SnowflakeSTHE WOODSTocKShOw&Sale &INNAntiques'' ). ) WOODSTOCK, VT.   Sunday-Jan. 25 Admission - $1.50 ) 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. with AD - $1.25 , Managed by: Marjorie Barry ) No. Haverhill, N.H. 03774 603-787-6212  3 1946- 1981 As of January, the Kaiser Family has operated the Happy Hour Restaurant for 35 years. Your patronage during all these years is appreciated. We would like you to celebrate with us. Saturday, January 24th 12- 10p.m. Sunday, January 25th 12-9 p.m. ORDER ONE ENTREE AT REGULAR MENU . . . THE SECOND ENTREE AT tlALF PRICE. WELLS RIVER, VERMONT Do I, Illll III Ill IIIII I Inlll II I When thoughts turn to a Springtime Fling, not hesitate to give us a ring. :. 0. , o.x 2..5o tz) 049=517o NOIIWICH, VT. IIIIIIIIN _  II I L_IIIII I IIII L _ DANCING STARTS AT 8:30 P.M. COMEEARLY - STAY LATE- have a fine entertaining evening! [ ..... I Saturday, January 24th J 'i  Road" J I I I . I I INSTRUCTOR--Barbara Duncan shows dance movement she teaches to area elementary school pupils. Dance program is held in elementary schools BRAI)FORD-The Orange possibilities for self ex- East Arts Programs is again pression through dance. Sl)nsnring a Dance as a (:lasses will proceed from physical education course in small exercises for individual all elementary schools in the parts of the body to larger ()range East Supervisory movements such as jumps, L,'nion. Barbara Duncan, skips, gallops, and leaps. An professional dancer is the emphasis will be put on the instructor for this project, rhythn| of the students" Ms Duncan presently dancing and using clapping, teaches ballet at her own drumming, and some studio, Whirling Dance Studio, recorded music. At the end of in Norwich. She has studied at the unit it is hoped that the University of Utah and St. students will have a greater Lawrence University, and appreciation, understanding continues to take classes in and enjoyment in the act of Concord, N.tt. Having per- dancing. formed with the Schenectady This project is being funded Civic Ballet., and the Syracuse by the Vermont Council on the Ballet theatre and doing Arts and the Orange East Arts choreog/'aphy for local I'rogram pr(uluctions for Dartmouth Players and Parish Playlets, experience to ne loc;u schools. Ms. l)uncan is listed as a Vermont Touring Artist and on the Artist in Residence program sponsored by the Vermont Council on the Arts. This dance project was started Jan. 5 and will end April 3. The program is " B/ rutl lcontinued from page ! ) five and six. Drugach brought the Oxbow budget meeting to the board's attention saying, "In February when it comes time divided into two sessions of six to vote on a budget, the tax- weeks each. Union No. 36, payers of Newbury should he Newburv, Vershire and West there." Fairlee* elementary schools The Oxbow School budget were included in the first meeting is February 24, 1981. session. Thetford, Bradford As this is Newbury's High and Fairlee elementary' School. the board urged people schools will take part in the second session. Each school has Ms. Duncan for one half a day once a week. Each school selected the grades to take part since the enrollment has to be limited. to attend. The board's decision- making process was reviewed. Any decisions that must be made between meetings are to be referred to the superintendent's office. Lessons include basic Anyone who disagrees can warm-up exercises to build then appeal this ad- coordination, stretch the ministrative decision to the muscles, and help suggest board. For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P. M. (603) 747- 2505 Or 747- 2840 !  i.;:.ii i !;i.::iii:: ::iiiiiii iii:,i:.i:li!i: :::: ;: ,i i::..:.;;i: i.i:; il : ::iiii!.:.:i iii!: : " !iiii BRADFORD, VT.  g02-222-5289 _j,,..._ STARTING JANUARY 21 Sunday--Special Priced family menu, 12-7. Monday--Closed(Gone to Play). Tuesday--Buy one dinner and get another dinner of equal value % price. Wednesday--All You Can Eat. Eggplant Parmesan with spaghetti. $4.50. Thursday--Top Sliced Sirloin $5.95. Friday--Battered dip fish for lunch $2.95. All the fish & chips you can eat in our lounge at dinner $3.50. SuturdayYour Choice -- Prime Rib or Surf & Turf $10.50.  Lunch is I 1:30 to 4:30. Dinner is 5 to 9. t We also serve a special sandwich menu in our bar from 11 : 30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Friday and Saturday 'til I 1:00 P,M. Star00Fyay ]2 I 7:00-9.15 I Stir Crazy ropeye i PC. l Jean Wilder R %t. & Sun. at 2: PM WIlD KNOWS': Allere was Cathay7 Answer on classilic(t IlgE'. GALAXY TRAVEL, INC. 103 S. Main St. W. Lebanon, NH 603298-8782 Mon.-Sat. 9:00-5:00 Dan, Linda & Pe:y 20-30% OFF Suns.hine Boutique St. Jay - 748-2933 IIII I linter art classes ttANOVEB.--Regist ration for winter art classes at AVA Gallery in llanover will close Jan. 31, The gallery is sponsoring five classes including "Shodo" Japanese Caligraphy taught by Aya ltagaki, (;eneral Drawing by Aidron Duck- worth, Painting and Color Theory by Aidron Duckworth, Color and Painting for Young People, and a Life Session with no instruction. (:lasses will begin the first week of February. To register for classes or for ftn'ther in- formation contact David Messier al AVA Gallery 1603) 643-2841 CHIMES LOUNGE presents LADLES NITE Every Thursday Nite All Drinks %.Price ;,IVE ENTERTAINMENT Wed. thru Sat. WEDNESDAY I,inda Boudault & friends TllURSDAY Full Moon Revue FRIDAY John McCormick SATURDAY Ginny White " (formerly of Black Velvet) Check our Daily Bar. Speeial-- Dearborn Circulators Model Nil. zOT 67S$T BTU/HR INPUT 60.000 75000 HEIGHT 32 1/8" 32 1/8' WIDTH 31 31' DEPTH 18 /'8" 23 3/8 SAFETY PILOl YES YES THERMOSTAT YES YES BLOWER OPT OPT t FEATURES -- Power performing circulators of tasteful design wt front panels of simulated gold fabric and wood grin. Furniture-style legs adiust for uneven floors. Optional countefflow blower easily installed at any time Has top level snap-throttle thermostat control and lifetime cast iron burner• We Offer A Complete Line Of Space Heaters In Stock And Ready For Immediate Installation In Your Home. Model No. OCH-64OTT BTH/HR INPz;1 40.000 HEIGHT 26 7/8 WIDTH 21 ' DEPTH 19 ' SAFETY PILOI YES THERMOSTAT YES BLOWER OPTIONAL FEATURES --- Small profile circulator wth big heating capaoty. Exc'lJent for large rooms and multiple smaller rooms. Coun- tedlow I)lower easdy added at any time. Attractive legs also serve as levelers lot uneven floors Budt in thermostat activates lifetime burner for fas efficient heating from dual heat exchangers. SEE US FIRST! BRADFORD OIL CO. Inc. Junction 5 & 25 Bradford, Vt. Call 802-222-5251 Or 603-787-6391 II I PAYING CASH CEN RAL COIN ASSOCIATES DEALERS IN GOLD & SILVER THROUGHOUT NEW ENGLAND . Gold Coins . Gold Watches . High School & College Class Rings . Gold Wedding Bands & Engagement Rings . Dental Gold . Unmarked Gold 10 Karat  14 Karat ,I 8 Karat Anything else in Gold Jewelry Will Be At The COACH & PADDOCK MOTEL ROOM NO. 8, WOODSVILLE, N.H. Paying Highest Market Prices For Your Gold & Silverl Last Two Days To Collect On Your GeM & Stlverlll Thursday, Jan. 22 & Friday, Jan. 23 9:00 A.M. - 7:30 P.M. Saturday, Jan. 24 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. • Silver Dollars Before 1936 :00;00v00mrlHra Coinslves Before 1965 (Kennedy Halves) 1965-70 • Canadian Silver Coins ' I (Belore 1967) I " ritY Sterling - Flatware- Forks, Spoons, Knives & Other .Serving Pieces. • HOllOW Ware Bowls, Trays, Tea Sets, Dresser Sets, Etc. • All Items.In Any Shape Or Condition • Also Buymng Cmn Sdver Items • Franklin Mints & All Other Mint Items WE WILL ALSO BE BUYING ALL SORTS OF: • ANTIQUES • Clocks • Lamps = Furniture = Paintings • • Diamonds • Post Cards • Hummels • Etc. • No Appointment Necessary • Bring Merchandise in For Free Estimate e.---..____