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: January 21, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 01: 'lllE No'rll Master 5 While Supplies Last 25-Ft. x l-Inch POWER TAPE RULE Positive toggle locks epoxy-coated "write-on" blade in place to let you measure longer distances single-handedly. MMP4425 QUANTITIES LIMITED  HARDWARE Bradford,Vt. 222-5527 N 00ntworth Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams have announced the engagement of their daughter Paula to Patrick La Rochelle, son of Patricia and the late Raymond La Rochelle of Sherbrooke, Canada. Carol Bernier plans to open a shop m Laconia on February 12. The shop to be called The Boutique on the Mall, will feature bridal apparel and ccessories as well as wed- ding services including the exclusive bridal photography of Reflections of New England. The Snowmobile Club will hold a Pot Luck Supper at Pine ttaven on Saturday evening, Jan. 24, at 6:00. The Gardner, Mass., llunters' Group spent the weekend in the old school house on Sanders Hill. The selectmen this week approved several roads for snowmobilers. One starts at Route 25 and goes to the end of the maintained road on Sanders Hill. Another starts at Ruby Smith's home in South Wentworth and goes to the end of the maintained road in Rowentown. A third runs from Graver Breck Dam to Higher Ground Camp on Ellsworth I II I I I Ma,'cella,loft,,,a.,, N Haverhill 764-5795 tlill. Another trail is available ,nior Citizens held their to Campers' Rest in Dor-nlonthly meeting on Monday, chester. Signs will be placed January 12 al the VFW tlall at various spots as guides. ith II nmmbers present. Snowmobilers are asked to ()tficcrs elected for 1981 were ride according to accepted president, Edith llenson; first rules, vice-president, Gertrude Bertha Carlton W. Newbury " Sometmm in October little Butler and Miss Betsey Sam Ilaverland found a Martin from Rutland has been ball(x)n out near their barn. at the Putnam home for a few The name of the school in days. ('anada was on the balloon. Miss Marguerite Booraem The tlaverlands sent the from Concord, NH. has t)een balloon back to Alymer, visiting friends for a few days Quebec. They have recently and staying with the Ilall received a new letter from the Smith's in Goshen. Asselins and Jeffrey, who sent S. lkl I-_ __ the balloon up in the second I00lewDury rade and there are five boys in the family and little Jeffrey Big news in South Newbury is enrolled in a French school, all week has been the weather A girl in Ryegate, Vt. also and its effects on peoples'way received a balloon, of living. The old Gibson barn Dwight Marsh with John and the trailer below it were and Nora from near Areston, and still are frozen solid and Washington, D.C. have no one knows how to unfreeze recently spent several days them. Becki Smith's kitchen with l(ev. and Mrs. John freezes up periodically, the Marsland family. Martins and Halts and Nathan Putnam is still at Whitneys caught for a short home: Mark t'umam is en- time: Bryson Thurston's joying skiing at Lake Placid: trailer froze up, but the worst Alison was home over the was the Gilbrides'--their weekend with a friend Larry pump burst on Wednesday from the cold. When your i ,INI correspondent came here in t952, Mr. Cline, who lived NOBODY'PAYS where the Arthur Renfrews live, told her that one winter we had 51 ZERO mornings. MORE!! Believable? Woodsville 14.478% That's the rate of interest we pay on a 6 month money market certificate at the Bradford National Bank. $10,000.00 minimum above rate effective Jan. 15th thru Jan. 21, 1981 Federal Regulations Provide For A ubstantlal Penalty On Early Withdrawal, And Also Forbid Compounding Of Interest NATIONAL BANK Bradford 222-5231 Fairlee 333-437'9 Thetford 785-2112 \\;. Newbury 866-5672 Deposits Insured To $1.00,000 MEMBER FDIC Golden Circle Senior Citizens The Golden Circle Senior Citizens mat"Jan. 14 at the library for an afternoon of cards. There was a good at- tendance in spite of cold 59" SALE STOREWIDE Guns & AminO Caplan's Army Store Railroad Street St. Johnsbury, Vt. "Since 7922" Katharine Blaisdell 787-6315 I'rooks: sectind vice- presi(h, ni, l'al Trevithick: secretary, Ruby Wheeler; h'easurer, llazel h'win: and auditor, ('arrie Conery. ('onmfith,e I(ir the meeting was l>al Trevithick and Pearl itoliinsml. In I,'ehruary the group will nicer it the VI,'W Ilall for the i)nsiness ineeting, then ad- .iourn hi Sheila l'olh:k's to vie lier paintings and learn about oil liainl ing. Kathy ('(lughlin of l,ilchfield Was a wcl,kend guest of the I;lais(h'lls. temperatures. Calvary Baptist Church Due to wiring problems the morning worship service of the Calvary Baptist Church was held at the parsonage on Jan. 11. Special music in- cluded a duet by May and Jim Woods, who accompanied themselves with guitars. Woodsville Iligh School The ,luni(ir Class sponsored a "('ocred I)ish" supper at the (:ommunity Building on Jan. 16. The FFA is selling seeds. Catah)gues are available. The Belgium Booster Club is Isabel Whitney 866-5675 007 Sylvester was caught surreptitiously filling out a complaint and grievance form. tie claimed that he had to get up 50 minutes earlier than usual to turn on the heat in the post office to get it up to 45 degrees. The postmaster snapped that when it was 45 degrees where his feet were it was 15 degrees where hers were. All his detailed work was stamped ACTION DENIED, and he is feeling he is up against bureaucracy. Becki Smith's chihauhua had to have custom made boots to go out in the cold this week and the Gilbrides' Leroi a poodlel required two sets of thermal underwear before he would venture outdoors. Beth Nelson 757-3429 tended the first in the film series, "Focus on the Family" at Benton on "Saturday evening. Pastor Roland Daniels of Ryegate and Pastor Albert Parker recently ealled at the Convalescent Home in St. Johnsbury.. Mary Fortier of Pike recently moved to a trailer park. Fairlee The annual meeting and pot- luck supper of the Federated Church will be at the Donahue Memorial Dining Room in the Federated Church, Wed., Jan. 21, at :30 p.m. Maurice Roberts has been a patient at the Mary ttitchcock Memorial Hospital, Hanover, N.H. Carol Fay and Marshall seeking contributions for a Whitcomb have returned to group of 12 Woodsville High Fairlee after spending Sehool students, a soccer Christmas with Miss Fay's coach and trainer, who will parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer tour Belgium Aug. 4-18. The Fay, at Lake W0rth, Fla. host country will provide all The Firemen's Annual housing, meals, and tran- sportation for touring and to all soccer games. The Wells River Woodsville team will provide the same for a Belgium team at some date in the future. The approximate cost to sponsor the team will be $7,800. The group is sponsoring food sales, suppers and car washes. Checks may be made payable to the Belgium Booster Club. TRUST Program at Cottage Hospital The TRUST Program will be held at Cottage Hospital Jan. 19. Since this is a teaching program those who attend must pre-register. Baldwin Memorial Library On a frigid Jan. 9 Charles Morrisey of Montpelier spoke at the first "Friday Evening tlappening" of the 1981 season, tlis lecture, con- cerning local and state myths, was featured as "George Washington Slept in Newbury and other Myths About Ver- mont History." He noted that George Washington never had military headquarters in Newbury. And he pointed out AmmonoosucFish that factual written records and Game Club should be kept of events so The Ammonoesuc Fish and that'more myths would not Game Club held its meeting at develop. Orford Marjorie (;,'ay :153-t89(i One day last week, Marjorie Gray who is at Wanda's Rest Home in Bradford, Vermont, received a get well card and a nice letter from Rev. John Brock of South Royalton. He is the young man who took Marjorie to her first and only Celtics game. The next time he visits his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brock of West Fairlee, he will certainly come to see Marjorie. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Pease and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pease visited Mrs. Vernie Burnham and Mrs. Wesley Glover in Runmey on Wed- nesday. I)avi(l Keneson and Mrs. Wilfred Tatham from Wen- tworlh called on Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Pease on Friday af- lern(in. E. Corinth Steila Knapp 139-5762 The Women's Fellowship meeting was held January 14 at the home of Mrs. Bert Holland. Mrs. Beverly Longo led the devotions. Sixteen letters of appreciation were read from people who had received Christmas baskets, cards, letters or visits during the holidays. A Church World Service workshop was an- nounced to be held in Bradford on February 13 from 9:30 a.m. to ll:30 a.m. at the Methodist Church vestry. There will be displays of kits, school, health, children's kits. Also a film about the work of CWS will he shown. Mrs. Morris Knapp spoke of the trip she and her sisters and brother took last summer to the Upper Pennisula of Michigan where they grew up and some of the places of interest that they visited. The co-hostess, Mrs. Beverly Longo served refreshments. Mrs. Esther Johnson 333-9704 Meeting and supper was held Thursday, Jan. 8. The officers for the ensuing year were re- elected as follows: Chief, Lance Colby: 1st Assistant, 9;illiam Pierson; 2nd ssistant, Steven Stockinp; Secretary, Larr Martin; and Treasurer, Eric Sleeper. Ray Coffin, Jr. and Gerald Colby were in charge of the supper. A reception was held at the Donahue Memorial Dining Room in the Federated Church to welcome the Rev. Arthur Bagley to town as the new pastor of the Federated Church. Beth Nelson 757-3429 only six children were born in Vel'mont. Mr. Morrisey is a graduate of Dartmouth. This talk is one of several that he is giving in connection with the Vermont Libraries Association and tlunmnilies and the Vermont tleriiage Program. Baldwin Memorial Library The series. Women and Literature, sponsored by the National Endowment for the humanities, will be held on six alternating Monday evenings at 7:30, beginning Jan. 19. The discussions will be lead by a scholar with special the American Legion last tle also explained how it was knowledge of each book to be Tuesday with temperatures possible to determine facts by read: "Jane Eyre": "Wide still holding colder than usual, seemingly small clues and SargaSso Sea"; i'The Yellow Cribbage Tournament told how he discovered the Wallpaper": 'A Doll's tleldatRoss-WoodPostZ0 name of the teacher who House": "Sula": and "Sur- A cribbage tournament was reeomnmnded Robert Frosrs facing." Books will be held at the Russ-Wood Post 20 name to I)artmouth College. distributed in advance. oneSunday recently. As an interesting sidelight a Anyone interested may sign News Briefs hand count was taken of the up at the library or call 757- Several from the area at- crowd attending and it was 2693. discovered that of the group The annual winter "Friday I Night ttappenings" began on I School Lunches J/re. 9 at 7:30 p.m. with Charles Morrisey of Mont- pelter. His topic was "George Washington Slept in Newbury Blue Mountain Union School and Other Myths About For the week of Jan. 19 to 23: Vermont History." On Jan. 16 Monday-- Hot Turkey Sandwich, squash, cherry cobbler, Ms. Charlotte Karr presented milk. "A Humorous Look at Tuesday--Country Fried Steak, mashed potato, rolls, Growing Up in Vermont." broccoli, fruit, milk. Albert Stevens will show slides about, the construction Wednesday--Kangaroos, potato stix, raspberry squares, of the library addition on Jan. milk. 23. On the thirtieth, two Thursday--Sloppy Joes, green beans, brownies, milk. Friday--Hot Dog in Bun, french fries, cole slaw, fruit, milk. This Menu is subject to change without notice. Orford High School For the week of Jan. 21 to 28: Wednesday--Ravioli, wax beans, cookies. Thursday--Baked luncheon meat, potatoes, carrots, fruit. Friday--Corn Chowder, tuna rolls, fruit. MoudayPork patties, potatoes, apple crisp. Tuesday--Chop Suey, green beans, cookies. Wednesday--llamburgers, potato chips, lettuce, fruit. Milk, bread and butter served with all meals. Subject to change. Oxbow High School For the week of Jan. 26 to 30: Mouday--Tomato Rice Soup, grilled cheese, dessert, milk. Tuesday--Shepard Pie, roll w-butter, dessert, milk. Wednesday--Meatball Grinders w-Cheese, vegetable, dessert, milk. Thursday--Pizza, toss salad, dessert, milk. Friday--Pig In A Blanket, beans, slice peaches, milk. ALL MENUS SUBJECT TO CHANGE | Williamsburg historical films will be shown, The Colonial Printer and llammerman in Williamsburg. Green Mountain Passport Green Mountain Passports are available to Senior Citizens at town clerk's ,of- rices. These apply to sta/te parks, some local businesses and some other services find give bearers special rates./ News Briefs Shirley Wozny of Massachusetts recently called on the William Nelson family. Several from the area at- tended the first film of the "Focus on the Family" Series at Ihe Benton Bible Chapel Jan. :., Mary Fullam's birthday was Jan. 15. She is 89. tler address will be 71 Mansfield Ave,. Darien. Conn. t20. Save on an '80 The warm winter of 1980 left new Kawasaki Snowmobiles unsold. Buy a 1 Model now and save. Fan-cooled enqine Side-mounted engine for low center of gravity Good times on snow, . Models as low as $1283 FOR 340 CC SNOWMOBILE Newton Equipment Faidee, Vermont Good Selection ... Good Buys on Used Snowmobiles JANUARY ;LEARANCE SALE 2nd Week N IT' NEW... bigger markdomn 00,DIES QUALITY NAME BRANDS, Our Regular Stock Reducedl Prices Cut 30o/0 to 50% Pick Your Style ... Pick Your Price YOU SAVE BIG! WHITE 20% to 50% - ---- . Sheets . Bed Pillows 0000lll: li.00 * Mattress pads . Mattress Pads * Comforters . Fieldcrest Royal Velvet and morel YES .,. YOU CAN CHARGE IT! kL SALES FiNALt NO REFUNDS or EXCHANGES! II0W...'I011VBIIBIT SIIOPPIIK LOCATION ,, Main St., BRADFORD, VT, Phone 222-9012 Open Daily 9 to 5 / : : January 21, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 01: 'lllE No'rll Master 5 While Supplies Last 25-Ft. x l-Inch POWER TAPE RULE Positive toggle locks epoxy-coated "write-on" blade in place to let you measure longer distances single-handedly. MMP4425 QUANTITIES LIMITED  HARDWARE Bradford,Vt. 222-5527 N 00ntworth Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams have announced the engagement of their daughter Paula to Patrick La Rochelle, son of Patricia and the late Raymond La Rochelle of Sherbrooke, Canada. Carol Bernier plans to open a shop m Laconia on February 12. The shop to be called The Boutique on the Mall, will feature bridal apparel and ccessories as well as wed- ding services including the exclusive bridal photography of Reflections of New England. The Snowmobile Club will hold a Pot Luck Supper at Pine ttaven on Saturday evening, Jan. 24, at 6:00. The Gardner, Mass., llunters' Group spent the weekend in the old school house on Sanders Hill. The selectmen this week approved several roads for snowmobilers. One starts at Route 25 and goes to the end of the maintained road on Sanders Hill. Another starts at Ruby Smith's home in South Wentworth and goes to the end of the maintained road in Rowentown. A third runs from Graver Breck Dam to Higher Ground Camp on Ellsworth I II I I I Ma,'cella,loft,,,a.,, N Haverhill 764-5795 tlill. Another trail is available ,nior Citizens held their to Campers' Rest in Dor-nlonthly meeting on Monday, chester. Signs will be placed January 12 al the VFW tlall at various spots as guides. ith II nmmbers present. Snowmobilers are asked to ()tficcrs elected for 1981 were ride according to accepted president, Edith llenson; first rules, vice-president, Gertrude Bertha Carlton W. Newbury " Sometmm in October little Butler and Miss Betsey Sam Ilaverland found a Martin from Rutland has been ball(x)n out near their barn. at the Putnam home for a few The name of the school in days. ('anada was on the balloon. Miss Marguerite Booraem The tlaverlands sent the from Concord, NH. has t)een balloon back to Alymer, visiting friends for a few days Quebec. They have recently and staying with the Ilall received a new letter from the Smith's in Goshen. Asselins and Jeffrey, who sent S. lkl I-_ __ the balloon up in the second I00lewDury rade and there are five boys in the family and little Jeffrey Big news in South Newbury is enrolled in a French school, all week has been the weather A girl in Ryegate, Vt. also and its effects on peoples'way received a balloon, of living. The old Gibson barn Dwight Marsh with John and the trailer below it were and Nora from near Areston, and still are frozen solid and Washington, D.C. have no one knows how to unfreeze recently spent several days them. Becki Smith's kitchen with l(ev. and Mrs. John freezes up periodically, the Marsland family. Martins and Halts and Nathan Putnam is still at Whitneys caught for a short home: Mark t'umam is en- time: Bryson Thurston's joying skiing at Lake Placid: trailer froze up, but the worst Alison was home over the was the Gilbrides'--their weekend with a friend Larry pump burst on Wednesday from the cold. When your i ,INI correspondent came here in t952, Mr. Cline, who lived NOBODY'PAYS where the Arthur Renfrews live, told her that one winter we had 51 ZERO mornings. MORE!! Believable? Woodsville 14.478% That's the rate of interest we pay on a 6 month money market certificate at the Bradford National Bank. $10,000.00 minimum above rate effective Jan. 15th thru Jan. 21, 1981 Federal Regulations Provide For A ubstantlal Penalty On Early Withdrawal, And Also Forbid Compounding Of Interest NATIONAL BANK Bradford 222-5231 Fairlee 333-437'9 Thetford 785-2112 \\;. Newbury 866-5672 Deposits Insured To $1.00,000 MEMBER FDIC Golden Circle Senior Citizens The Golden Circle Senior Citizens mat"Jan. 14 at the library for an afternoon of cards. There was a good at- tendance in spite of cold 59" SALE STOREWIDE Guns & AminO Caplan's Army Store Railroad Street St. Johnsbury, Vt. "Since 7922" Katharine Blaisdell 787-6315 I'rooks: sectind vice- presi(h, ni, l'al Trevithick: secretary, Ruby Wheeler; h'easurer, llazel h'win: and auditor, ('arrie Conery. ('onmfith,e I(ir the meeting was l>al Trevithick and Pearl itoliinsml. In I,'ehruary the group will nicer it the VI,'W Ilall for the i)nsiness ineeting, then ad- .iourn hi Sheila l'olh:k's to vie lier paintings and learn about oil liainl ing. Kathy ('(lughlin of l,ilchfield Was a wcl,kend guest of the I;lais(h'lls. temperatures. Calvary Baptist Church Due to wiring problems the morning worship service of the Calvary Baptist Church was held at the parsonage on Jan. 11. Special music in- cluded a duet by May and Jim Woods, who accompanied themselves with guitars. Woodsville Iligh School The ,luni(ir Class sponsored a "('ocred I)ish" supper at the (:ommunity Building on Jan. 16. The FFA is selling seeds. Catah)gues are available. The Belgium Booster Club is Isabel Whitney 866-5675 007 Sylvester was caught surreptitiously filling out a complaint and grievance form. tie claimed that he had to get up 50 minutes earlier than usual to turn on the heat in the post office to get it up to 45 degrees. The postmaster snapped that when it was 45 degrees where his feet were it was 15 degrees where hers were. All his detailed work was stamped ACTION DENIED, and he is feeling he is up against bureaucracy. Becki Smith's chihauhua had to have custom made boots to go out in the cold this week and the Gilbrides' Leroi a poodlel required two sets of thermal underwear before he would venture outdoors. Beth Nelson 757-3429 tended the first in the film series, "Focus on the Family" at Benton on "Saturday evening. Pastor Roland Daniels of Ryegate and Pastor Albert Parker recently ealled at the Convalescent Home in St. Johnsbury.. Mary Fortier of Pike recently moved to a trailer park. Fairlee The annual meeting and pot- luck supper of the Federated Church will be at the Donahue Memorial Dining Room in the Federated Church, Wed., Jan. 21, at :30 p.m. Maurice Roberts has been a patient at the Mary ttitchcock Memorial Hospital, Hanover, N.H. Carol Fay and Marshall seeking contributions for a Whitcomb have returned to group of 12 Woodsville High Fairlee after spending Sehool students, a soccer Christmas with Miss Fay's coach and trainer, who will parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer tour Belgium Aug. 4-18. The Fay, at Lake W0rth, Fla. host country will provide all The Firemen's Annual housing, meals, and tran- sportation for touring and to all soccer games. The Wells River Woodsville team will provide the same for a Belgium team at some date in the future. The approximate cost to sponsor the team will be $7,800. The group is sponsoring food sales, suppers and car washes. Checks may be made payable to the Belgium Booster Club. TRUST Program at Cottage Hospital The TRUST Program will be held at Cottage Hospital Jan. 19. Since this is a teaching program those who attend must pre-register. Baldwin Memorial Library On a frigid Jan. 9 Charles Morrisey of Montpelier spoke at the first "Friday Evening tlappening" of the 1981 season, tlis lecture, con- cerning local and state myths, was featured as "George Washington Slept in Newbury and other Myths About Ver- mont History." He noted that George Washington never had military headquarters in Newbury. And he pointed out AmmonoosucFish that factual written records and Game Club should be kept of events so The Ammonoesuc Fish and that'more myths would not Game Club held its meeting at develop, Orford Marjorie (;,'ay :153-t89(i One day last week, Marjorie Gray who is at Wanda's Rest Home in Bradford, Vermont, received a get well card and a nice letter from Rev. John Brock of South Royalton. He is the young man who took Marjorie to her first and only Celtics game. The next time he visits his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brock of West Fairlee, he will certainly come to see Marjorie. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Pease and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pease visited Mrs. Vernie Burnham and Mrs. Wesley Glover in Runmey on Wed- nesday. I)avi(l Keneson and Mrs. Wilfred Tatham from Wen- tworlh called on Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Pease on Friday af- lern(in. E. Corinth Steila Knapp 139-5762 The Women's Fellowship meeting was held January 14 at the home of Mrs. Bert Holland. Mrs. Beverly Longo led the devotions. Sixteen letters of appreciation were read from people who had received Christmas baskets, cards, letters or visits during the holidays. A Church World Service workshop was an- nounced to be held in Bradford on February 13 from 9:30 a.m. to ll:30 a.m. at the Methodist Church vestry. There will be displays of kits, school, health, children's kits. Also a film about the work of CWS will he shown. Mrs. Morris Knapp spoke of the trip she and her sisters and brother took last summer to the Upper Pennisula of Michigan where they grew up and some of the places of interest that they visited. The co-hostess, Mrs. Beverly Longo served refreshments. Mrs. Esther Johnson 333-9704 Meeting and supper was held Thursday, Jan. 8. The officers for the ensuing year were re- elected as follows: Chief, Lance Colby: 1st Assistant, 9;illiam Pierson; 2nd ssistant, Steven Stockinp; Secretary, Larr Martin; and Treasurer, Eric Sleeper. Ray Coffin, Jr. and Gerald Colby were in charge of the supper. A reception was held at the Donahue Memorial Dining Room in the Federated Church to welcome the Rev. Arthur Bagley to town as the new pastor of the Federated Church. Beth Nelson 757-3429 only six children were born in Vel'mont. Mr. Morrisey is a graduate of Dartmouth. This talk is one of several that he is giving in connection with the Vermont Libraries Association and tlunmnilies and the Vermont tleriiage Program. Baldwin Memorial Library The series. Women and Literature, sponsored by the National Endowment for the humanities, will be held on six alternating Monday evenings at 7:30, beginning Jan. 19. The discussions will be lead by a scholar with special the American Legion last tle also explained how it was knowledge of each book to be Tuesday with temperatures possible to determine facts by read: "Jane Eyre": "Wide still holding colder than usual, seemingly small clues and SargaSso Sea"; i'The Yellow Cribbage Tournament told how he discovered the Wallpaper": 'A Doll's tleldatRoss-WoodPostZ0 name of the teacher who House": "Sula": and "Sur- A cribbage tournament was reeomnmnded Robert Frosrs facing." Books will be held at the Russ-Wood Post 20 name to I)artmouth College. distributed in advance. oneSunday recently. As an interesting sidelight a Anyone interested may sign News Briefs hand count was taken of the up at the library or call 757- Several from the area at- crowd attending and it was 2693. discovered that of the group The annual winter "Friday I Night ttappenings" began on I School Lunches J/re. 9 at 7:30 p.m. with Charles Morrisey of Mont- pelter. His topic was "George Washington Slept in Newbury Blue Mountain Union School and Other Myths About For the week of Jan. 19 to 23: Vermont History." On Jan. 16 Monday-- Hot Turkey Sandwich, squash, cherry cobbler, Ms. Charlotte Karr presented milk. "A Humorous Look at Tuesday--Country Fried Steak, mashed potato, rolls, Growing Up in Vermont." broccoli, fruit, milk. Albert Stevens will show slides about, the construction Wednesday--Kangaroos, potato stix, raspberry squares, of the library addition on Jan. milk. 23. On the thirtieth, two Thursday--Sloppy Joes, green beans, brownies, milk. Friday--Hot Dog in Bun, french fries, cole slaw, fruit, milk. This Menu is subject to change without notice. Orford High School For the week of Jan. 21 to 28: Wednesday--Ravioli, wax beans, cookies. Thursday--Baked luncheon meat, potatoes, carrots, fruit. Friday--Corn Chowder, tuna rolls, fruit. MoudayPork patties, potatoes, apple crisp. Tuesday--Chop Suey, green beans, cookies. Wednesday--llamburgers, potato chips, lettuce, fruit. Milk, bread and butter served with all meals. Subject to change. Oxbow High School For the week of Jan. 26 to 30: Mouday--Tomato Rice Soup, grilled cheese, dessert, milk. Tuesday--Shepard Pie, roll w-butter, dessert, milk. Wednesday--Meatball Grinders w-Cheese, vegetable, dessert, milk. Thursday--Pizza, toss salad, dessert, milk. Friday--Pig In A Blanket, beans, slice peaches, milk. ALL MENUS SUBJECT TO CHANGE | Williamsburg historical films will be shown, The Colonial Printer and llammerman in Williamsburg. Green Mountain Passport Green Mountain Passports are available to Senior Citizens at town clerk's ,of- rices. These apply to sta/te parks, some local businesses and some other services find give bearers special rates./ News Briefs Shirley Wozny of Massachusetts recently called on the William Nelson family. Several from the area at- tended the first film of the "Focus on the Family" Series at Ihe Benton Bible Chapel Jan. :., Mary Fullam's birthday was Jan. 15. She is 89. tler address will be 71 Mansfield Ave,. Darien. Conn. t20. Save on an '80 The warm winter of 1980 left new Kawasaki Snowmobiles unsold. Buy a 1 Model now and save. Fan-cooled enqine Side-mounted engine for low center of gravity Good times on snow, . Models as low as $1283 FOR 340 CC SNOWMOBILE Newton Equipment Faidee, Vermont Good Selection ... Good Buys on Used Snowmobiles JANUARY ;LEARANCE SALE 2nd Week N IT' NEW... bigger markdomn 00,DIES QUALITY NAME BRANDS, Our Regular Stock Reducedl Prices Cut 30o/0 to 50% Pick Your Style ... Pick Your Price YOU SAVE BIG! WHITE 20% to 50% - ---- . Sheets . Bed Pillows 0000lll: li.00 * Mattress pads . Mattress Pads * Comforters . Fieldcrest Royal Velvet and morel YES .,. YOU CAN CHARGE IT! kL SALES FiNALt NO REFUNDS or EXCHANGES! II0W...'I011VBIIBIT SIIOPPIIK LOCATION ,, Main St., BRADFORD, VT. Phone 222-9012 Open Daily 9 to 5 / :