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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-February 4, 1981 &apos; Arts and alnment I II II I I + I N%, Dinner Party for 'xX, Hrace A" Palmer u. years XX J/ / as a Trustee to the Villageof Bradford. X Tickets on sale at / the Village offices 'J Dinner Party at ,\\; ] , th: Chimes Restaurant on \\;' ! DANCING STARTS AT 8:30- Come Early - Stay Late - Have A Great Time!!! Saturday, February 7th "REUNITED" With BOb Hanley For Your Reservati0n Call Before 7:00 P.M. Tel. (603) 747- 2840 Or 747 - 2505 4TTENTION" School pupils compete in poem.poster contest I',()ST()N For tile ninth ,,f sending brochures to every consecutive year. tile Regional Office of the U.S. Environnlenlal Prolection Agency is sponsoring the Elementary Education Ecology I'oenl and Poster frngraln. Thc environmental education program has ewflved into Ihe largest of its kind ill Ihe cmu)l ry. Paul G. Kemtgh, Directnr of EPA's ltegiol)al tiff ice of t'ublic Awareness, said that Ill(' t)rogranl is open to all students h'onl kindergarten to 6th grade in New England. "Wc are now in the process III I CHIMES LOUNGE presents LADLES NITE Every Thursday Nite All Drinks .Price I,IVE ENTERTAINMENT Wed. thru Sat. WEDNESDAY Out of Nowhere ( formerly Late for Supper) TIIURSDAY John McCormack FRIDAY Riley & Penoyar SATURI)AY Riley & Penoyar Check our Daily Bar. --Special-- eh,nmntary sch(ml principal in our region asking ttleir leacilers to enroll in tile l)rogram,'" Keough said. tie ad(Icd that each teacher participating ill the program discusses environmenlal mailers with Iheir students (htrillg the next few nlOllths. The a mount of time devoted to Clilssrooln discussion depends t)t the individual leacher. "'()nee lhe discussions a)'e comph'ted, each teacl,,r has lheir sludenls prepare a poem or poster at)oul tile en- \\;'irol|nlenl. The Iwo bcsl enlries from each class are senl Io EI'A wtlere they are r('vie ed by a t!ilizmL jn(lging panel, The lop 100 entries from New t+Jngland art, declared i)taque uinners while tile 200 nexl Ix, st entritm receive Imalisl cerlificates. "+ Keougll continue(l. lh' sai(t St)Ill(' 4,(X)O leachers representing mm'e than 100,000 students in New England participate in this regional program. Award cerenlonies for Ill(' winllers are heht in each stale duril)g May. "'VCe I'eel thai lhis is an excelh, nl way 10 inake (till" young people and their leachers inore awitre Of and ('<)ncerlled illJoul Cll- viromnenlal issues. `+ Keough eonclu(h,d. Move inforlnath)n aboul tile program may be obtained by re')ling lo E|'A, Office of l'ublic Awareness, lloonl 2203, .I.F. Kennedy t,'ederal l',uihling, l,oston. Mass, 112203. FAIHI,EE AU('TII)N I,'AIItI,E E The Annual I',irthday Supper and Auction ill he held at lhe I,'ederated ('hurcll F'el). 7 at 6 p.m. Tryouts are set for Elephant Man Voice of Democracy winners are announcel 'rlll./l'l,()l{l) "l'rwmls f6r the lllh, role I'ertnission to Parisll l'laycrs" i)roduction of I)ro(hwe lhe play here was "The t,:lephanl Man" will be Sl)t'cialt.y arranged through hehl I"eh. Ib9 at the "l'hetltwd Ihe Ne\\;v Surk producers. I lill ( ,rang(, I lall. The dir('('hw ot lhe Thetford "l'ht t)r.(luction, scheduled l)ro(htrti-n uttes (hat there to rtlll ill lale April. is directed are IIKIII\\; I'OI('s ill the show for h3 l)a\\; id St rohn)ier a  ,h' ':inie o adult actors. "The l'3rt)hanl Man." t) 2 ' ",hih' the major roles are lh'rnar(l I'onmrance. ()polled \\;('l'\ chalh,ugin to even very in Nt'\\; 'vt)rk in 1979 and wtm eXlt,rienc('(l actors, there are tlir('t' Toll\\; :\\;Aar(Is, its well its ll|illl' Sltlillh'r, very "lncilty' MOCK TAI,K--Richard Ihe Nt,\\; \\;ork Drama ('ritics' r.h,s (hal i)rmide ;m (,xcellent Rutherford of N. tlaverhiil \\;ard, lh(' ()hie Award. Ill(, Olq)orlnnily hw ncwconlers t0 talks to Blue Mountain l)ram, lWsk Award, and the 12lye actinl4 a fry. We are Union student in Mock {)tder('rili('s'('ircleAwar(t. ahays h,)king Im" new talent II is slill running tin ,aid hope Ihal (,vcryone will Interview program to help I'road\\;av 1o sol(l-out tlouses, h,el elcon)e 1() crone to students prepare for future ,ml rec(nlly lealured super Ir,,ouls," hesaid. careers, rock star [)avid Bowie in the Try,uts begin at 7 p.)n. For IIIO1"(' ild()rlnaliol|, call Sh'oh- U I I I 11_ m mi(Tal 802 1;49 1487. communiTY l CALENDAR j St. J. Village Green I I IIII I _ Wedt, esday, Feb. 4 Entertainment is set BIIAI)I"()III): A.I,'.S. Meeting at Noel Gaiser's home, 7::10 p.m. BIiAI)F'OI(I) ('alIeret will NEWI',I.ilIY: Gymnastics for grades 1-6 at Newbury "['own presenl "That's Enter- Ilall, 2:30-4:?,t) l.'.nl. Sponsored by the Newbury Athletic lainnlenl on the Village ('ouaeil. Green". an evening of dancing WEI,I,S IIIVI'.;R: 'nior citizens" luncheon, United Church of and (,ntertainnlent. on April ('hrisl \\;'('st r?,'. serving ill noon. Beservations: 757-2206. 25. NI,;%'BUIIY: Wonlen's Club, 7:30 p.m. "lig l'and 81." all W, piece Thursday, Feb..5 band from SI. Johnsbury. will NEWI',I;I.Y: l,'iual gymnastics session for grades 1:6 at play Iron) !t p.m. to 1 a.m. at Net)ury Town Ilall, 2:30-4:30 p.m. Sponsored by the the Arn)ory on Fairgrounds N(,\\; l)ury Athletic Council. lh)a(l. Friday, Feb. li The American Field Service BI{AI)I;OI{I): Senior citizens" luncheon, Oxbow Vocational is stxmsoring lifts event. ('enler, serviug at l 1:45 am. lteservations requested: 802) Tickets will go t)n sale March 2 222-47)2. al $8 per person. $2 will Saturday. Feb. 7 reserve it lallle for 12 people and $1 will reserve tables for 4 IU{Al)l"()l'd): ('luh Level Square l)ance, AI Monty caller. ()xl)ow I ligh School Cafeteria, 8-11 p.m. Sponsored by the andllpeople. ('onnecticul Valley Swingers. There will lie floor shows at I"AIIIAE: Annual Birtltay Supper & Auction. Federated l,I)m, and ll:30p.m. ('hurch,ll pm, Everyone welcome. ('cram)tree chairmen are: Noel (;aiser, overall chair- In)In- Anita ['erry, en- lertainnmnt: Connie Linell. (tccoratiorls; h'ene Starace, 6") .ao-z4 IIs ,.,s,ic 1 7:00 &9:00 1 7:30&9:30 I NI';\\;\ IH l('f I,'iDrosis Totn'-a-Thon. l.iverBend The Mirror Stir Crazy | Cracked Starring I Richard Pryor | RAI J Story by Agatha Christie l. , Gene Wilder Matinee Sat. & Sun. 2:00 ' " CRSE PAPER GOODS HOMEMAKERS FARMERS I NDUSTR I ES INSTITUTIONS OTHER BUSINESSES (Tell &neighbor and share a case) Sold only by the case - sold only by order Place your order with us by: Saturday, February 14, 1981 Pick-up your supplies on: Fdday, February 27, 1981 PACKING SALE PRICE OROEI 36 $17.64 cs. boxes 49 ea. 36 $21.24 os, boxes  . 96 $21,36 cs. rolls 89 ea. 96 $18.96 CS. ' rolls 7 ea. d 30 $14.70 ell. rolls 4 ea. , .PRODUCT HI-DRi Facial 200's 2-Ply White S. S'I'i{AI,'I"ORI): Fifth Annual Firemen's Ball at Barrett ilall fealuring O(lell Walker Band, 9-12 midnigllt. Benefit of SI ralTord l,'ire I)epl. Auxiliary. Sunday, Feb. 8 'lqlETl"()l(l) IIII,L: Concert, traditional music and songs ilh Ms. Sam Moffatt and f'hil Thorne playing the ham- mered dulcimier and woodwinds, Gl'ange ttall at 4 p.m. TllE'l'l,'()tll) IIILL: Tryouls fo .... (`he I%lephanl Mall," by Bernard l'onlerance. Parish Players Production, directcl by l)avid Sh'ohnlier. Everyone welcome, Thetford Hill Grange llall. 7 pro. WELLS RIVER--Connecticut Valley VFW Post No. 10037 and Ladies Auxiliary have announced the winners from the Post to the Voice of Democracy Scholarship Program. There were a total of 30 participants from Blue Mountain Union and Oxbow tligh Schools. The program is a National Broadcast Scriptwriting contest designed to give high school students the op- Vt portunity to voice their opinions on a patriotic theme Auxiliary and to convey their thoughts via the broadcasting media to G ROTON--Mrs. all America. This is open to all Morse was named 10th, llth, and 12th grade students in the United States. The winners from BMU were: first, Janet Vance; J , KLEENEX Facial 200's tickets and publicity; Louise l,'ogg, costumes. [ten)s needed as donations include soup cans, candle slubs, pot-pie containers, and card tahh, s. Anyone wishing to help in any way, please call Irene Starace, 222-9098; Noel (;aiser, 222-9325: or Cmmie IJnnell. 222-4566. second, Shaun Stm second, Tom Rathburn; Sheri Morgan. Rick Teeter is the o winner and may attea( State Voice of Dem banquet where the ] winner will be announce] banquet will be held Fel in Burlington. Local a will be presented in s, assemblies. MS. marathon dance scheduled BURLINGTON--The Annual Multiple Sclerosis Dance Marathon will be held on March 13-14-15 at St. Michaels College, Norwich University, Lyndon College and Johnson College. Registration forms are available at local high schools or may be obtained at the MS. Office, 383 College Street in Burlington, (802) 656-2422. This is the seventh annual MS. Dance Marathon and is considered the biggest marathon in the country. for Caledonia County first regular meeting Vernlont Legisl Auxiliary, Jan. 21. Officers are Mrs. Valsangiacomo of presidenl ; Mrs. Peter of Montpelier, vice Mrs. Walter Moor Rutland, secretary Chester Scott of S treasurer. Menlbers voted to numey for the Renal Cli the Vermont Medical Past beneficiaries have lhe Vermont Association, the Eliz l,und tlome and the Br tlool 1,i[e Center. Other projects in knitting for Brandon group homes and v nursing homes. Projo chairman are Mrs. ( tlarvey of Enosburg Fa] Mrs. Martin Powell of ('enter. The Vermont Legi Auxiliary was formerly] as the Loyal Leg I Women and adopted I name in keeping wO expanded membership service. Mountain Sch sponsors cone VERSttIRE--The Mo ('ross ('Otllllry Ski Shop, I I a.llt.--I p.nl. 2-Ply White & Colors KLEENEX Boutique 4-Pack Bath Tissue 330 2-Ply Assorted Prints HI-DRI 4-Pack Bath Tissue 400 1-Ply, White & Colors HI-DRI JUMBO Towels 100 2-Ply, White & Prints Monday, Feb. !) TIIE'I'I,'OI{I) IIILL: Tryouts for "The Elephant Man," by lernard I'omerance. Parish Players Pr(uetion, directed by l)avid Slr.hnlier. Everyone welcome. The(ford Hill Grange llall. 7 p.nl. Tuesday, Feb. 10 I,I(ADI"()I',D: Senior citizens' luncheon, Oxbow Vocational ('enter. serving at 11:45 a.m. Reservations requested: 18o2) 222-4782. ...... Wednesday, l,'eb. It .... v,.:l.l,S iilVl.:l: Seni,,, citie,;s luncheon. Uni,cd Churc of ('hrisl vest ry. serving at noon. Reservations: 757-2206. FEBRUARY SALE . All Martin Guitars 40% 0. in stock Lung Assoc. film shown m Women's Club School will present a co of cello and piano played by Kathy Diane tluling Feb. 6 p.m. in the Upper Val'teY They will play the Major Gamba Beethoven's A Major NEWBURY--The next and the E Minor :, meeting of the Newbury Brahms. p* ,, Women's club will feature the The concert is orn o film entitled "The Feminine -ublie free of char by the ermont ,ung call The Mountain , Association, offers a realistic Versbire Center, Vt,, View' of what happens to 4520. womel), who smoke. The ef- GROWING UP--Katie Washburn, who recently 35% celebrated her first bir- , Martin Signs up to Off thday, is the daughter of Jeff and Debbie Washburn 25% of W. Newbury. Grand- * Alverez Yairi Guitars up to Off parents are James and Marjorie Deming of ('ome in and see onr large selection of New and Newbury and William and Used l'A Systems. Kay Washburn of E. Quality Stringed Instruments a t Barre. I)IS('()UNT PRICES SAI,ES--I, ESSON S--IEPAllS NOUES: Mon, - Sot. 10 o.m, - 6 p.m. Pke Plazo Rte, 12A Fri. "til II p.m. (Entronce to K-Mort Plozo) PHONE 8-$829 fects of smoking on unborn babies, the advanced wrinkling of skin from con- stricted blood vessels, the effects of increased dioxide in a women's bloodstream and the risk of lung cancer are explored. Featured in the film is an interview with a 43-year-old woman six days before her death from lung cancer. The meeting will be held at the Bailey Club on Feb. 4 at 7:30p.m. I SQUARE AT OXBOW BRADFORD--A club square dance Connecticut Valley will be held at the Oxbo School cafeteria p.n). Feb. 7, with Al caller. WIIO KNOWS? llow old quadragenarian? classified ,e. mEETIn Wednesday, Feb. 4 WELLq RIVER: Blue Mountain Union High School 7:30 p,rn, ,V. FAll(IA'SE: Scbool Board meeting at the School. 7:3o p.nl. NEWBURY: Village trustees, 7:30 p.m. LYME: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 5 I,YME: School Board meeting, 7:30 p.m, I',I(AI)F()I{I): Oxbow School Board, 8 a.m., B meeling 12-1:45 p.ln. Friday, Feb. 6 WOOI)SVILLE: llaverhiil District Court, 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 9 N. HAVERHILL: Grafton County Commissioners, KLEENEX JUMBO Towels 100 2-Ply, White & Prints KLEENEX Family Napkins 140 1-Ply, White & Colors KLEENEX HUGGIES Nowborn 24's HUGGIES Daytime 18's HUGGIES Overnight 14s , HUGGIES Toddlor 12's KLEENEX Boutique Facial 125's Prints Name Address *****SEE MANAGER FOR OTHER KIMBERLY-CLARK PRODUCTS TELL A NEIGHBOR, SHARE A CASE SALE AT AGWAY Order Oete Telephone # S'rAltTIN(; FEBRUARY ,I 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. i Saturday--Your Choice -- Prime Rib or Surf & Turf $10.50. Lunch is i1:30I, o4:30. Dinaer is 5 to 9. We also serve a special sandwich menu in our bar from l I :,30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Friday and Saturday 'til 11:00 P.M. tlAVERHILL: Selectmen, 7 p.m. FAIRLEE: Selectmen, 8 p.m. RY EG AT E: Selectmen, 7: 30 p.m. TOPSHAM : Selectmen, 8 p.m. TtIETFORD: Selectmen, 7 p.m. BATH: Selectmen, 7 p.m. FAIRLEE: School Board, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. I I HAVERIIILL: llaverhi!] Cooperative School tlawwhiii Academy, 7:30 p.m. WOODSVILLE: Improvement Corp., 7:30 p.m. FAIRLEE: Planning Commission, 7:30 p.m, BRAt)FORD: Bradford Academy School District p.n|. When thoughts turn to a Springtime Fling; Do not hesitate-to give us a ri Page 2-The Journal Opinion-February 4, 1981 ' Arts and alnment I II II I I + I N%, Dinner Party for 'xX, Hrace A" Palmer u. years XX J/ / as a Trustee to the Villageof Bradford. X Tickets on sale at / the Village offices 'J Dinner Party at ,\\; ] , th: Chimes Restaurant on \\;' ! DANCING STARTS AT 8:30- Come Early - Stay Late - Have A Great Time!!! Saturday, February 7th "REUNITED" With BOb Hanley For Your Reservati0n Call Before 7:00 P.M. Tel. (603) 747- 2840 Or 747 - 2505 4TTENTION" School pupils compete in poem.poster contest I',()ST()N For tile ninth ,,f sending brochures to every consecutive year. tile Regional Office of the U.S. Environnlenlal Prolection Agency is sponsoring the Elementary Education Ecology I'oenl and Poster frngraln. Thc environmental education program has ewflved into Ihe largest of its kind ill Ihe cmu)l ry. Paul G. Kemtgh, Directnr of EPA's ltegiol)al tiff ice of t'ublic Awareness, said that Ill(' t)rogranl is open to all students h'onl kindergarten to 6th grade in New England. "Wc are now in the process III I CHIMES LOUNGE presents LADLES NITE Every Thursday Nite All Drinks .Price I,IVE ENTERTAINMENT Wed. thru Sat. WEDNESDAY Out of Nowhere ( formerly Late for Supper) TIIURSDAY John McCormack FRIDAY Riley & Penoyar SATURI)AY Riley & Penoyar Check our Daily Bar. --Special-- eh,nmntary sch(ml principal in our region asking ttleir leacilers to enroll in tile l)rogram,'" Keough said. tie ad(Icd that each teacher participating ill the program discusses environmenlal mailers with Iheir students (htrillg the next few nlOllths. The a mount of time devoted to Clilssrooln discussion depends t)t the individual leacher. "'()nee lhe discussions a)'e comph'ted, each teacl,,r has lheir sludenls prepare a poem or poster at)oul tile en- \\;'irol|nlenl. The Iwo bcsl enlries from each class are senl Io EI'A wtlere they are r('vie ed by a t!ilizmL jn(lging panel, The lop 100 entries from New t+Jngland art, declared i)taque uinners while tile 200 nexl Ix, st entritm receive Imalisl cerlificates. "+ Keougll continue(l. lh' sai(t St)Ill(' 4,(X)O leachers representing mm'e than 100,000 students in New England participate in this regional program. Award cerenlonies for Ill(' winllers are heht in each stale duril)g May. "'VCe I'eel thai lhis is an excelh, nl way 10 inake (till" young people and their leachers inore awitre Of and ('<)ncerlled illJoul Cll- viromnenlal issues. `+ Keough eonclu(h,d. Move inforlnath)n aboul tile program may be obtained by re')ling lo E|'A, Office of l'ublic Awareness, lloonl 2203, .I.F. Kennedy t,'ederal l',uihling, l,oston. Mass, 112203. FAIHI,EE AU('TII)N I,'AIItI,E E The Annual I',irthday Supper and Auction ill he held at lhe I,'ederated ('hurcll F'el). 7 at 6 p.m. Tryouts are set for Elephant Man Voice of Democracy winners are announcel 'rlll./l'l,()l{l) "l'rwmls f6r the lllh, role I'ertnission to Parisll l'laycrs" i)roduction of I)ro(hwe lhe play here was "The t,:lephanl Man" will be Sl)t'cialt.y arranged through hehl I"eh. Ib9 at the "l'hetltwd Ihe Ne\\;v Surk producers. I lill ( ,rang(, I lall. The dir('('hw ot lhe Thetford "l'ht t)r.(luction, scheduled l)ro(htrti-n uttes (hat there to rtlll ill lale April. is directed are IIKIII\\; I'OI('s ill the show for h3 l)a\\; id St rohn)ier a  ,h' ':inie o adult actors. "The l'3rt)hanl Man." t) 2 ' ",hih' the major roles are lh'rnar(l I'onmrance. ()polled \\;('l'\ chalh,ugin to even very in Nt'\\; 'vt)rk in 1979 and wtm eXlt,rienc('(l actors, there are tlir('t' Toll\\; :\\;Aar(Is, its well its ll|illl' Sltlillh'r, very "lncilty' MOCK TAI,K--Richard Ihe Nt,\\; \\;ork Drama ('ritics' r.h,s (hal i)rmide ;m (,xcellent Rutherford of N. tlaverhiil \\;ard, lh(' ()hie Award. Ill(, Olq)orlnnily hw ncwconlers t0 talks to Blue Mountain l)ram, lWsk Award, and the 12lye actinl4 a fry. We are Union student in Mock {)tder('rili('s'('ircleAwar(t. ahays h,)king Im" new talent II is slill running tin ,aid hope Ihal (,vcryone will Interview program to help I'road\\;av 1o sol(l-out tlouses, h,el elcon)e 1() crone to students prepare for future ,ml rec(nlly lealured super Ir,,ouls," hesaid. careers, rock star [)avid Bowie in the Try,uts begin at 7 p.)n. For IIIO1"(' ild()rlnaliol|, call Sh'oh- U I I I 11_ m mi(Tal 802 1;49 1487. communiTY l CALENDAR j St. J. Village Green I I IIII I _ Wedt, esday, Feb. 4 Entertainment is set BIIAI)I"()III): A.I,'.S. Meeting at Noel Gaiser's home, 7::10 p.m. BIiAI)F'OI(I) ('alIeret will NEWI',I.ilIY: Gymnastics for grades 1-6 at Newbury "['own presenl "That's Enter- Ilall, 2:30-4:?,t) l.'.nl. Sponsored by the Newbury Athletic lainnlenl on the Village ('ouaeil. Green". an evening of dancing WEI,I,S IIIVI'.;R: 'nior citizens" luncheon, United Church of and (,ntertainnlent. on April ('hrisl \\;'('st r?,'. serving ill noon. Beservations: 757-2206. 25. NI,;%'BUIIY: Wonlen's Club, 7:30 p.m. "lig l'and 81." all W, piece Thursday, Feb..5 band from SI. Johnsbury. will NEWI',I;I.Y: l,'iual gymnastics session for grades 1:6 at play Iron) !t p.m. to 1 a.m. at Net)ury Town Ilall, 2:30-4:30 p.m. Sponsored by the the Arn)ory on Fairgrounds N(,\\; l)ury Athletic Council. lh)a(l. Friday, Feb. li The American Field Service BI{AI)I;OI{I): Senior citizens" luncheon, Oxbow Vocational is stxmsoring lifts event. ('enler, serviug at l 1:45 am. lteservations requested: 802) Tickets will go t)n sale March 2 222-47)2. al $8 per person. $2 will Saturday. Feb. 7 reserve it lallle for 12 people and $1 will reserve tables for 4 IU{Al)l"()l'd): ('luh Level Square l)ance, AI Monty caller. ()xl)ow I ligh School Cafeteria, 8-11 p.m. Sponsored by the andllpeople. ('onnecticul Valley Swingers. There will lie floor shows at I"AIIIAE: Annual Birtltay Supper & Auction. Federated l,I)m, and ll:30p.m. ('hurch,ll pm, Everyone welcome. ('cram)tree chairmen are: Noel (;aiser, overall chair- In)In- Anita ['erry, en- lertainnmnt: Connie Linell. (tccoratiorls; h'ene Starace, 6") .ao-z4 IIs ,.,s,ic 1 7:00 &9:00 1 7:30&9:30 I NI';\\;\ IH l('f I,'iDrosis Totn'-a-Thon. l.iverBend The Mirror Stir Crazy | Cracked Starring I Richard Pryor | RAI J Story by Agatha Christie l. , Gene Wilder Matinee Sat. & Sun. 2:00 ' " CRSE PAPER GOODS HOMEMAKERS FARMERS I NDUSTR I ES INSTITUTIONS OTHER BUSINESSES (Tell &neighbor and share a case) Sold only by the case - sold only by order Place your order with us by: Saturday, February 14, 1981 Pick-up your supplies on: Fdday, February 27, 1981 PACKING SALE PRICE OROEI 36 $17.64 cs. boxes 49 ea. 36 $21.24 os, boxes  . 96 $21,36 cs. rolls 89 ea. 96 $18.96 CS. ' rolls 7 ea. d 30 $14.70 ell. rolls 4 ea. , .PRODUCT HI-DRi Facial 200's 2-Ply White S. S'I'i{AI,'I"ORI): Fifth Annual Firemen's Ball at Barrett ilall fealuring O(lell Walker Band, 9-12 midnigllt. Benefit of SI ralTord l,'ire I)epl. Auxiliary. Sunday, Feb. 8 'lqlETl"()l(l) IIII,L: Concert, traditional music and songs ilh Ms. Sam Moffatt and f'hil Thorne playing the ham- mered dulcimier and woodwinds, Gl'ange ttall at 4 p.m. TllE'l'l,'()tll) IIILL: Tryouls fo .... (`he I%lephanl Mall," by Bernard l'onlerance. Parish Players Production, directcl by l)avid Sh'ohnlier. Everyone welcome, Thetford Hill Grange llall. 7 pro. WELLS RIVER--Connecticut Valley VFW Post No. 10037 and Ladies Auxiliary have announced the winners from the Post to the Voice of Democracy Scholarship Program. There were a total of 30 participants from Blue Mountain Union and Oxbow tligh Schools. The program is a National Broadcast Scriptwriting contest designed to give high school students the op- Vt portunity to voice their opinions on a patriotic theme Auxiliary and to convey their thoughts via the broadcasting media to G ROTON--Mrs. all America. This is open to all Morse was named 10th, llth, and 12th grade students in the United States. The winners from BMU were: first, Janet Vance; J , KLEENEX Facial 200's tickets and publicity; Louise l,'ogg, costumes. [ten)s needed as donations include soup cans, candle slubs, pot-pie containers, and card tahh, s. Anyone wishing to help in any way, please call Irene Starace, 222-9098; Noel (;aiser, 222-9325: or Cmmie IJnnell. 222-4566. second, Shaun Stm second, Tom Rathburn; Sheri Morgan. Rick Teeter is the o winner and may attea( State Voice of Dem banquet where the ] winner will be announce] banquet will be held Fel in Burlington. Local a will be presented in s, assemblies. MS. marathon dance scheduled BURLINGTON--The Annual Multiple Sclerosis Dance Marathon will be held on March 13-14-15 at St. Michaels College, Norwich University, Lyndon College and Johnson College. Registration forms are available at local high schools or may be obtained at the MS. Office, 383 College Street in Burlington, (802) 656-2422. This is the seventh annual MS. Dance Marathon and is considered the biggest marathon in the country. for Caledonia County first regular meeting Vernlont Legisl Auxiliary, Jan. 21. Officers are Mrs. Valsangiacomo of presidenl ; Mrs. Peter of Montpelier, vice Mrs. Walter Moor Rutland, secretary Chester Scott of S treasurer. Menlbers voted to numey for the Renal Cli the Vermont Medical Past beneficiaries have lhe Vermont Association, the Eliz l,und tlome and the Br tlool 1,i[e Center. Other projects in knitting for Brandon group homes and v nursing homes. Projo chairman are Mrs. ( tlarvey of Enosburg Fa] Mrs. Martin Powell of ('enter. The Vermont Legi Auxiliary was formerly] as the Loyal Leg I Women and adopted I name in keeping wO expanded membership service. Mountain Sch sponsors cone VERSttIRE--The Mo ('ross ('Otllllry Ski Shop, I I a.llt.--I p.nl. 2-Ply White & Colors KLEENEX Boutique 4-Pack Bath Tissue 330 2-Ply Assorted Prints HI-DRI 4-Pack Bath Tissue 400 1-Ply, White & Colors HI-DRI JUMBO Towels 100 2-Ply, White & Prints Monday, Feb. !) TIIE'I'I,'OI{I) IIILL: Tryouts for "The Elephant Man," by lernard I'omerance. Parish Players Pr(uetion, directed by l)avid Slr.hnlier. Everyone welcome. The(ford Hill Grange llall. 7 p.nl. Tuesday, Feb. 10 I,I(ADI"()I',D: Senior citizens' luncheon, Oxbow Vocational ('enter. serving at 11:45 a.m. Reservations requested: 18o2) 222-4782. ...... Wednesday, l,'eb. It .... v,.:l.l,S iilVl.:l: Seni,,, citie,;s luncheon. Uni,cd Churc of ('hrisl vest ry. serving at noon. Reservations: 757-2206. FEBRUARY SALE . All Martin Guitars 40% 0. in stock Lung Assoc. film shown m Women's Club School will present a co of cello and piano played by Kathy Diane tluling Feb. 6 p.m. in the Upper Val'teY They will play the Major Gamba Beethoven's A Major NEWBURY--The next and the E Minor :, meeting of the Newbury Brahms. p* ,, Women's club will feature the The concert is orn o film entitled "The Feminine -ublie free of char by the ermont ,ung call The Mountain , Association, offers a realistic Versbire Center, Vt,, View' of what happens to 4520. womel), who smoke. The ef- GROWING UP--Katie Washburn, who recently 35% celebrated her first bir- , Martin Signs up to Off thday, is the daughter of Jeff and Debbie Washburn 25% of W. Newbury. Grand- * Alverez Yairi Guitars up to Off parents are James and Marjorie Deming of ('ome in and see onr large selection of New and Newbury and William and Used l'A Systems. Kay Washburn of E. Quality Stringed Instruments a t Barre. I)IS('()UNT PRICES SAI,ES--I, ESSON S--IEPAllS NOUES: Mon, - Sot. 10 o.m, - 6 p.m. Pke Plazo Rte, 12A Fri. "til II p.m. (Entronce to K-Mort Plozo) PHONE 8-$829 fects of smoking on unborn babies, the advanced wrinkling of skin from con- stricted blood vessels, the effects of increased dioxide in a women's bloodstream and the risk of lung cancer are explored. Featured in the film is an interview with a 43-year-old woman six days before her death from lung cancer. The meeting will be held at the Bailey Club on Feb. 4 at 7:30p.m. I SQUARE AT OXBOW BRADFORD--A club square dance Connecticut Valley will be held at the Oxbo School cafeteria p.n). Feb. 7, with Al caller. WIIO KNOWS? llow old quadragenarian? classified ,e. mEETIn Wednesday, Feb. 4 WELLq RIVER: Blue Mountain Union High School 7:30 p,rn, ,V. FAll(IA'SE: Scbool Board meeting at the School. 7:3o p.nl. NEWBURY: Village trustees, 7:30 p.m. LYME: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 5 I,YME: School Board meeting, 7:30 p.m, I',I(AI)F()I{I): Oxbow School Board, 8 a.m., B meeling 12-1:45 p.ln. Friday, Feb. 6 WOOI)SVILLE: llaverhiil District Court, 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 9 N. HAVERHILL: Grafton County Commissioners, KLEENEX JUMBO Towels 100 2-Ply, White & Prints KLEENEX Family Napkins 140 1-Ply, White & Colors KLEENEX HUGGIES Nowborn 24's HUGGIES Daytime 18's HUGGIES Overnight 14s , HUGGIES Toddlor 12's KLEENEX Boutique Facial 125's Prints Name Address *****SEE MANAGER FOR OTHER KIMBERLY-CLARK PRODUCTS TELL A NEIGHBOR, SHARE A CASE SALE AT AGWAY Order Oete Telephone # S'rAltTIN(; FEBRUARY ,I 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. i Saturday--Your Choice -- Prime Rib or Surf & Turf $10.50. Lunch is i1:30I, o4:30. Dinaer is 5 to 9. We also serve a special sandwich menu in our bar from l I :,30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Friday and Saturday 'til 11:00 P.M. tlAVERHILL: Selectmen, 7 p.m. FAIRLEE: Selectmen, 8 p.m. RY EG AT E: Selec tmen, 7: 30 p.m. TOPSHAM : Selectmen, 8 p.m. TtIETFORD: Selectmen, 7 p.m. BATH: Selectmen, 7 p.m. FAIRLEE: School Board, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. I I HAVERIIILL: llaverhi!] Cooperative School tlawwhiii Academy, 7:30 p.m. WOODSVILLE: Improvement Corp., 7:30 p.m. FAIRLEE: Planning Commission, 7:30 p.m, BRAt)FORD: Bradford Academy School District p.n|. When thoughts turn to a Springtime Fling; Do not hesitate-to give us a ri