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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-February 4 &apos;, 1981 f Social Baby shower held WARREN--A baby shower was tendered Mrs. David Imhoff recently by her friends and neighbors. The Imhoffs became the parents of a boy, Benjamin, on Christmas Eve at Mary Hitchcock Memorial t llospital, tlis maternal grandparents" are Edwin and Marlene Evenson of Ashland, Wisconsin. Paternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert lmhoff of tiighland, Wisconsin. Valentine Gifts for your loved ones at the filER 94 YEARS in BARRE II Illlll Ill l I I II Introductory Offer at Gloria's Beauty Salon UiltlPttrflt. UniPerm' Precision Styling Center Offers You Infinite Styling Versatility: UniPerm ves for foolproof perms evew time UniCurl TM Hot Roller System for Iong- ksting, hot roller sets UniCurl TM BOdy Amplifier Treotment--the first effective body treatment for hair 4 JliL OFF DURING THE 1 / l'- MONTH OF &V FEBRUARY on Monday and WTn sda]/Appointm nts For edher a Uni-Perm or Uni-Curl Glona's Beauty Salon Route 25 East Corinth, Vt. 1-802-43.t-:1,|.)6 ! liOLRS: Monday .thru Saturday (closed Tuesday) plus Mon., Thurs. & Fri. Evenings. Appointmen ts Requested Silver weddings held for area couples II{AI)F()I(D Two Bradford opei]' house was hehl I)ec. 28 couples recently celehrated Ior Mr. and Mrs. William 2,51 h  edding anniversaries. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Melahn were honored at a 25th wed- (ling anniversary party .Jan. 17 in t he King Art hur Lounge. wenty4ive guests, their family and friends, attendcl. The surprise event was arranged hy their daughter l)ehbie aud two sons, l)ennis and I)avid. The decorated cake was made by I,illian Martin of l)iermonl, N,II. A money tree as pres(,nted the couple. A 25111 wedding azmiw,v',arv Rose, Goshen i{oad Festivities were arrauged hy the couple's twt)daughters, (;'len(ta and Mclanie. 1'he barite r I S deeol'ated hy members of Huth Itose's Iamily mid Karen ('ulherlsmt. MessaRes o1 eongralu!alions ,.ere i'(,('eJv,t front (Jene and Sherrill Martin, i,awton. ()kla., and Kevin Rose. and family. ('aldwell, Idaho, The large galhering of Iriends and relalives presenlcd Ihe couple a money I ri'e. Eclipse Grange news liD- Eclipse Grange A resolulion was read t(lidnot havea meeting Jan. 13 i'('tarding the loss ol farm he(,ause of lhe exh'eme cold we;|ther hut the regular m(<,ling el .hm. 27 was held. There was a very gmd at- tendance, ('Yell though several members were ill. Wc send hesl wishes for a speedy recovery to Paul and Dot Erhlich, Elwin and Norma ('lark and h) (;eorgc Stowell, Applica|ions from two prospective candidates were read, and turned over h) a special commiltee, l)onations were made to C.A.I{.E,, The lleart Fund. and Ihe Epilepsy Ft)undal ion, The Wolnen's Activity ('ommitt( has over 4(5 pair of glasses to send to V.().S.tl. They also reported on Iheir sewing, needlework and I)aking contests to be held soon. An>one till would like to enter either or hath the sewing or needlework contests may get in touch with Mrs. Annie Boulwell at 785-43q)8. Yt)u do not have to hea grange mend)er Winners of these contesls at the rmlional level recetve some very beautiful gifts. ]mills, h) developers, e- ('essixe taxalion, unnectssary I'Oad ('onst I'UCt ion and tile buihling of power lines, Eclipse (;range is very much against Ihe way the State (hwernment phms Io take prime farmhmd for such purposes, especially in the St. ,Inhnsbury area. We feel that il is entirely unnecessary to enlarge the ah'eady existing road. to connect with 1-93 iv) l,illlcton, N.II. These farmers do not wish It) give up their land for such a purpose, and they should not be made to do so. If this trend koops up there xill not be a square inch of property in the state that a person will be able to call their own. Whal ever happen to the state seal. "Freedom and tnily"? ' For the literary program, i{ev. (;ary Wail of Union Village showed slides of Vermont's wild flowers. And he tohl how many of lhese I'lowers can be h'ansplanled to Ix, aulify home fh)wer gardens. "Fit(, next m(t ing will be l.'eh to. weather permitting. N. Haverhill gives elementary honors N IIAV EI(ll ILL--The following students at ,James 1{ Morrill Elementary Sch(n)l are oll the lh)vmr H.oll for the second marking period Grade "| Nikki B'i geh)w, Shawn BiRch)w, Bryan Brilt. Mark l)ockhant, Ethan ["rechette, Rachel Frezza. Kristen llatch, Elizalmtb Miller, Jeffrey Sinmno. Joshua Sh,'enburgh, Namantha Stoddard. Grade 4 Maria Barlzis. Adam Boulin, Michael Chaplin, Troy ('arnl lx,onar(i. ('hristopher May. Amanda Morrill. Michelh' l{eed. ,lessica Schabh, in. H.ohert Sloddard. ('ortlina Young. Grade 5 Travis Anderson. lleather l'.igeh). ,Ion Brooks Donna ('itermn. Mary Doyle, Brandon l"eid. Paige O'Brien. Stephanie Page, Scott Smas. SIlS;I nil(' Snlilh Grade I; |'enlly Bruce. Harold Clough. Nieole Dew, Janice I,averdiere. Mary Not'cross. Oxbow principal teaches college BI(ADFORD--Richard When someone says pre-adolescents (9-12 years) Rothenberg, principal of "adolescent'. it is usually will enroll in the course which Oxbow tligh School, will be sharing his perspective on adolescents with local parents, teachers, and other adults in a Community College of Vermont course. The name of the course is Adolescent I)evelopment and in it R6thenberg hopes to cover psychological, emotional and physical characteristics of the adolescent, behavior, outlook, and the adolescent's relationship with society. Why does he want to teach a course about people he deals with every day'? "It's an opportunity to communicate directly with adults about young people, l feel 1 have something to give. I want to share what I know with others. The more people are knowledgeable about adolescents, the better society will be in the Upper Valley. negative, but these children have a tremendous gift of energy, joy and a love of life." Rothenberg hopes that through better understanding of dolescents, com- munication between adolescents and adults will improve at school and at home, to the benefit of everyone involved. "Kids need to express themselves and we have to recognize the different ways they com- municate their feelings," says l(othenberg In the course, there will be discussion, reading and study about "the adolescent," and each student will focus on an individual adolescent to discover "what makes him or her tick." Rothenberg hopes that people involved with adolescents (12-25 years) and Group formed to aid victims of assaults ST, JOHNSBURY-- Concerned people in the tlpper Valley area have rec'e,tlx sel up a sexual assauli l)roRran). The Jll't)l';llll. 'l'('an) [ (('sIX)llse l n(lerstandin Sexual 'l'raunul. ( T I{.I.S.T.J con sists of Irained adwn'ales who voluntarily h'n(t support to sexnally assaulted victims in tit(, NorlheaM Kingdom. These individuals have successfully completed a lraining program which was otlered hv "['nd)rella." a rape Inler'(,nl'Jon prol'alll working oul ol St. ,h)hnsbury. The advocales are available to l)rovide t'lllO[ tonal support and guidance, plus. if (lesirt. the klaoh'(Ige nl sexual assault ('i I,";(' jH'IK'e( JLn'e :\\;nolher inqx)rtalll goat ol Ihe a(h(K'ate s It) provicle ('o111 iliilill ethical ion COll- ('(TllinR lit(' social issue o[ S('XLIa] assau]l "V'e stress the tact that ronfidenlialily and emotional SUl)l)ort is the primary con- ('el'n el lhe a([v(K';Jle. ,\\;ny police, hospihd, or legal m- wdvemenl is tolal]y the (lecsion of the victim. If the vie'lira -does decide to prosecute. Ihe a(lv(cate has lhe knowh,tlge 1o assist.'" the Rronp said in a slatemcltl. ('ah, n(lars bearing ad- wuales names and lelephone numbers have L'en made police deparlln['nls, hospilals. and ('liIfi('s. "In all lhe.',e areas the i)r()12,1';,illi has I)eell re|t]y X% elconled," the St atenlellt said. "The 'I'.I{.L'.S.T. program (,leonws any nlale or female in Ihe area who would like Io vohmtaril.v h,ntl lheir ser- vires. A trahting progl'am, tmw an(I date will I)e an nounce(I ou Ihe Wells River radio stalioi. WYKi(. The stalJon Ioo. has heell nlosl helplul in helpinl us launch onr i)l'oranl "' ii sai(l. 'or infornlatiOll concerning joinin the program as an advoeate, or Io clear up arty questinus pertaining to the program itsel[, tall (603) 787- 6121 or (802) 429-2|75. starts Monday, February 9 at Oxbow High School. Richard Rothenberg isn't alone in his desire to teach adults in the area. Other Upper Valley teachers who are offering courses through Community College are Elizabeth Balch (Office Practices [ and Shorthand [), Louis Lavin ( College AlgebraS. and Richard Root ( Introduction to Psychology). Deanna Madden, a writer and resident of W. Newbury will he teaching Creative Writing and Composition and IAterature. Wells River break-in under investigation %%Ei,I,S I{IVEH. Cervical cancer tests continue ST. .I()ilNSBUI(Y - The Vermont Departmenl of Ileallh and the Vermont ('hapter of the American ('ancer S'iety have an- nounced lhe continuation of the Cervical ('ancer Screening I'roject. Free i'ap Smear Clinic services will continue to be publicized in lhe Northeast Kingdon ('ounties. Women throughout the area will he able to receive a free exanlination and have questions answered about (';I IICel'. This program iS to benefit {hose ,volnen who have never had the oppt)rtunity to have a Pap lesl as well as those who have not had or cannot renwmber having a Pap test  il his the last year. Clinics are conducted by a Puhlic ih,alth Nurse. Services illchlde t)1()(I pressure, breast exam. pap t(t and a pelvic exanl, A pap lest clinic is s('hedu]ed for Feb. t8 [rom 9 a,m. to 3 p.m. at the Blue Mount ain School. Call 5844670 after (; p.m. to schedule an q)pt)inl menl. WEI,I, CIIII,I) ('I,INi(' l'olice are I,ME The Lyme llome invesiiRaiing ;I hreak-in at lhe lann(h'onlal Jn which an un- (leternfined alnounl o[ cash and several hundred dollars orlh of lolter.v lickels were slol('lL The hurglary apparently .courted in lhe early morning ]lours O[ Jan. 2(, NOTES AND lh,alt h Agency will hold a Well ('hild ('linic for all pre- kindergarlen children in I,ynw. ()rford and Piermont I"el) l: from 9 a.m. until rH,m. i.'or more information or an appointment, call 795-2661. IgI,OOl) PRESSURE CLINIC I,YME- There will be a Blood Card Shower Dr. J. F. Keating is celebrating his 85th thday on February 5, 1981. All his friends neighbors are invited to shower him with on this special day. . He will be remembered for the many years mm service in the Bradford area. M His lovin ' I '8 AG Ruth Keatin| r- - Box t [2  New Quilted fabrics and corduroy New Smocking Supplies East Corinth, Vt. New location Airport Road Side of It's time to start that winter quilt Store Hours Tues.-Thurs. 10-5:30 Fri. 10-8 Sat. I0-5 Quilt Books, Magazines and I$ J PERM SP-,00IALS THRU FEB. Breck UniPerm Values to $32.50 Perfect Touch $350 Helen Curtis Zotos off regular price inch de Redken Shampoo--set & cut Dry & wet haircuts $1.50 off regularprice, DOTTIE -- DEDE -- RHONDA " ;nv;,ilahh, Io st(rv'oun(ling ('()MMENTS [l'()nl 4-(; p.m at the Laura.,2  The ha,'dest job is the one l,arnesSchool. The screening  Valenti00 Gifts that you put off until the last is free andis open to all Lyme I[ SLL dean ,,,mute .idn,s , II I Fabrizio, Jennifer Gherardi, llolly Warren. John Wright.  a,'e,, ,..st,,n..an ahy. Hanover office Blue Mountain Umon School . Woo&ville lists ",,"":" ", ""y l[av(,rkantp. ,\\;ss(ciate [)cat) For the week of Feb. 1 to 5: " no ol l,earner Services Irom Ihe Momlav--Pizza cole slaw, fruit, milk.  " . (l(Ill(Ilty hlDl1Ol . home tlwe l the Itl r Tuesday--Turkey 1il-Ups" mashed potat' gravy' rJ]s' i )  'c 4 I,ilelong l,earning in Durham, carrots, Il'uit delight, milk . "- Wt)OI)SVILI, E-- The , Gradea will be in the lhu,ivcr office of Wednesday--[sagna, garlic bread, toss salad, chocolate following st u(|ents at Wood- Tim l,emis. Angela Boutin, Sl,I, t meel wilh prospective cake& topping, milk. svillc Elementary ,heol are ,Je,udl'er Dickey, Shawn degree candidates for coun- Thursday--Chicken Thighs & Drumsticks, potato rounds, on the lhmor i{oll for the l)upuis, Scotl l'arquharson, selling Feh. 9-t(I. She will also green beavs, rolls, vanilla pudding, milk. Whi/e s(:ondmarkil,gperiod: Torn tlazlett, Kathy King, he ahle to talk ,,ver lt.' various Fridav--Fishwich, potato rounds, corn, jello & topping, FOR HER tar P (h'ade3 Traeey Noyes, Nicoletle tnrms,)l financial aid that is nfilk. " 1 " J:E:I?L| iiil Mtlissa Ames. Steven Schaefer, Tom Somers. Jalnie avai]al)]eloSI,L h.,arners. Bricknell. Paul Dickey, Eric A'alke,', (',,nlact a,.,e 'rhaye" at the Woodwille Elementary School Drown, Scnlt Morin, David Grade6 S('hd for IJfelong Learning, l,'lwlhe week of i,'eh 4 to6: , , Paronto. Jennie Towne, Sharon Driscoll. Michelle e-, Regional ('enler. 47) Lyme Yednesday--Macaroni & ('heese. rolls, peas, peaehes, (trade4 Kristen 1'atten, Laurie tor informal ion attd ap- T|tursdav--]lan|burg Patties, mashed potato, green beans, Imintments. Craig l'ailey, Marci Bailey. Walker. cake. milkl J(ssie Boutin, Cheryl Dowtmr, Fridav--l,'ish Sticks, potato romtds, whole kernel corn, . She Iv Duke Tarnmy I"ortier,  " I wlln, milk Juli';Kennedy "KristanlrJIrr'll'l'jl -,om...j'Schoo, 158 mac(.[,, sI, e,.,'y l'ierson.  JU / II ! VQ I -- , Kimlx rly Thaver. ]] " I,'or th  ('('k of i"eb. ,t Io 6: O, I1,, Ball desse,'l.Wed"esday--('hieken Noodle Soup, crackers, pickles,,,,ilk. , Thursdav--Tmsted Cheese Sandwich, stewed tomatoes, DIAM NO ' WATCHES d,,sse,'t, ,,,hk We Repair ACCUTRON, TIMEX. '"" and A;I Makes. h"  :'% l,'n'iday--l{avioli, rolls, dessert, milk. HASKELL JEWELERS Littleton. NH 03561 ) 444-3351 i ii Haverhill Library Association -- presents- NEW HAMPSHIRE WRITERS AND THE SMALL TOWN (a film lecture program) WEDNESDAY, FEB. 4 at 7:30 P.M. IN THE CHAPEL OF THE FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH HAVERHILL, N Jt, J -Refreshments II I will be served and all are welcome. Donations appreciated.  ] u i i i -- .', -. Haverhill Academy Junior High .," I"or thc we(,k o1 i,'eb. 4 to(i: ":, Wednesdav-'disbury Steak with Tomato Sauce, rolls and :._ff,. ,,u,,e, ,,,sse'd salad ,rult.,nk " ':* J. : ('(,,kies,Th""sday--('hieke't,,,ilk. Pie and biscuits. . buttered peas, :' :  Frida,,--l"ish and l'otato F'uffs. buttered spinach, bread and butier, truit, milk. Oxbow High School Add a Touch ' of Fantasv / Choose your gown from more than 200 beautiful 10ng dresses now at WENTWORTH, N.H. Open Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. - Sun. 10 - 6 p.m. , , u , For the weck ol Fel). 2 to 6: Monda y--l'ork St ew. roll w-but ter, dessert, milk. Tuesday--";paghetti w-Meat Sauce, roll w-butter. vegelable. (k,sserl. milk. Wednesda y--Baked Chicken. mashed potato, roll w-butter. vegel al)le, dessert, milk. Thursday--Salisbury Patty, mashed potato, string beans, roll w-I)ul ler..jell(), milk. Friday--i',arbecued Pork on bun, vegetable, dessert, milk. Friday Morning Play Group Crafts Story Song For 3 to 5 year olds To Begin Feb. 6, 1981--8:30 to 11:30 Curiosity Corners MAIN ST., NEWBURY, VT. L.F. BARNES, TEACHER THE GIFT... FOREVER DAMSEL VENTURA STENNIS TIMELESS S. F. McAIlister Quality Jewelers Weedilk, N.B. H R m Page 6-The Journal Opinion-February 4 ', 1981 f Social Baby shower held WARREN--A baby shower was tendered Mrs. David Imhoff recently by her friends and neighbors. The Imhoffs became the parents of a boy, Benjamin, on Christmas Eve at Mary Hitchcock Memorial t llospital, tlis maternal grandparents" are Edwin and Marlene Evenson of Ashland, Wisconsin. Paternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert lmhoff of tiighland, Wisconsin. Valentine Gifts for your loved ones at the filER 94 YEARS in BARRE II Illlll Ill l I I II Introductory Offer at Gloria's Beauty Salon UiltlPttrflt. UniPerm' Precision Styling Center Offers You Infinite Styling Versatility: UniPerm ves for foolproof perms evew time UniCurl TM Hot Roller System for Iong- ksting, hot roller sets UniCurl TM BOdy Amplifier Treotment--the first effective body treatment for hair 4 JliL OFF DURING THE 1 / l'- MONTH OF &V FEBRUARY on Monday and WTn sda]/Appointm nts For edher a Uni-Perm or Uni-Curl Glona's Beauty Salon Route 25 East Corinth, Vt. 1-802-43.t-:1,|,)6 ! liOLRS: Monday ,thru Saturday (closed Tuesday) plus Mon., Thurs. & Fri. Evenings. Appointmen ts Requested Silver weddings held for area couples II{AI)F()I(D Two Bradford opei]' house was hehl I)ec. 28 couples recently celehrated Ior Mr. and Mrs. William 2,51 h  edding anniversaries. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Melahn were honored at a 25th wed- (ling anniversary party .Jan. 17 in t he King Art hur Lounge. wenty4ive guests, their family and friends, attendcl. The surprise event was arranged hy their daughter l)ehbie aud two sons, l)ennis and I)avid. The decorated cake was made by I,illian Martin of l)iermonl, N,II. A money tree as pres(,nted the couple. A 25111 wedding azmiw,v',arv Rose, Goshen i{oad Festivities were arrauged hy the couple's twt)daughters, (;'len(ta and Mclanie. 1'he barite r I S deeol'ated hy members of Huth Itose's Iamily mid Karen ('ulherlsmt. MessaRes o1 eongralu!alions ,.ere i'(,('eJv,t front (Jene and Sherrill Martin, i,awton. ()kla., and Kevin Rose. and family. ('aldwell, Idaho, The large galhering of Iriends and relalives presenlcd Ihe couple a money I ri'e. Eclipse Grange news liD- Eclipse Grange A resolulion was read t(lidnot havea meeting Jan. 13 i'('tarding the loss ol farm he(,ause of lhe exh'eme cold we;|ther hut the regular m(<,ling el .hm. 27 was held. There was a very gmd at- tendance, ('Yell though several members were ill. Wc send hesl wishes for a speedy recovery to Paul and Dot Erhlich, Elwin and Norma ('lark and h) (;eorgc Stowell, Applica|ions from two prospective candidates were read, and turned over h) a special commiltee, l)onations were made to C.A.I{.E,, The lleart Fund. and Ihe Epilepsy Ft)undal ion, The Wolnen's Activity ('ommitt( has over 4(5 pair of glasses to send to V.().S.tl. They also reported on Iheir sewing, needlework and I)aking contests to be held soon. An>one till would like to enter either or hath the sewing or needlework contests may get in touch with Mrs. Annie Boulwell at 785-43q)8. Yt)u do not have to hea grange mend)er Winners of these contesls at the rmlional level recetve some very beautiful gifts. ]mills, h) developers, e- ('essixe taxalion, unnectssary I'Oad ('onst I'UCt ion and tile buihling of power lines, Eclipse (;range is very much against Ihe way the State (hwernment phms Io take prime farmhmd for such purposes, especially in the St. ,Inhnsbury area. We feel that il is entirely unnecessary to enlarge the ah'eady existing road. to connect with 1-93 iv) l,illlcton, N.II. These farmers do not wish It) give up their land for such a purpose, and they should not be made to do so. If this trend koops up there xill not be a square inch of property in the state that a person will be able to call their own. Whal ever happen to the state seal. "Freedom and tnily"? ' For the literary program, i{ev. (;ary Wail of Union Village showed slides of Vermont's wild flowers. And he tohl how many of lhese I'lowers can be h'ansplanled to Ix, aulify home fh)wer gardens. "Fit(, next m(t ing will be l.'eh to. weather permitting. N. Haverhill gives elementary honors N IIAV EI(ll ILL--The following students at ,James 1{ Morrill Elementary Sch(n)l are oll the lh)vmr H.oll for the second marking period Grade "| Nikki B'i geh)w, Shawn BiRch)w. Bryan Brilt. Mark l)ockhant, Ethan ["rechette, Rachel Frezza. Kristen llatch, Elizalmtb Miller, Jeffrey Sinmno. Joshua Sh,'enburgh, Namantha Stoddard. Grade 4 Maria Barlzis. Adam Boulin, Michael Chaplin, Troy ('arnl lx,onar(i. ('hristopher May. Amanda Morrill. Michelh' l{eed. ,lessica Schabh, in. H.ohert Sloddard. ('ortlina Young. Grade 5 Travis Anderson. lleather l'.igeh). ,Ion Brooks Donna ('itermn. Mary Doyle, Brandon l"eid. Paige O'Brien. Stephanie Page, Scott Smas. SIlS;I nil(' Snlilh Grade I; |'enlly Bruce. Harold Clough. Nieole Dew, Janice I,averdiere. Mary Not'cross. Oxbow principal teaches college BI(ADFORD--Richard When someone says pre-adolescents (9-12 years) Rothenberg, principal of "adolescent'. it is usually will enroll in the course which Oxbow tligh School, will be sharing his perspective on adolescents with local parents, teachers, and other adults in a Community College of Vermont course. The name of the course is Adolescent I)evelopment and in it R6thenberg hopes to cover psychological, emotional and physical characteristics of the adolescent, behavior, outlook, and the adolescent's relationship with society. Why does he want to teach a course about people he deals with every day'? "It's an opportunity to communicate directly with adults about young people, l feel 1 have something to give. I want to share what I know with others. The more people are knowledgeable about adolescents, the better society will be in the Upper Valley. negative, but these children have a tremendous gift of energy, joy and a love of life." Rothenberg hopes that through better understanding of dolescents, com- munication between adolescents and adults will improve at school and at home, to the benefit of everyone involved. "Kids need to express themselves and we have to recognize the different ways they com- municate their feelings," says l(othenberg In the course, there will be discussion, reading and study about "the adolescent," and each student will focus on an individual adolescent to discover "what makes him or her tick." Rothenberg hopes that people involved with adolescents (12-25 years) and Group formed to aid victims of assaults ST, JOHNSBURY-- Concerned people in the tlpper Valley area have rec'e,tlx sel up a sexual assauli l)roRran). The Jll't)l';llll. 'l'('an) [ (('sIX)llse l n(lerstandin Sexual 'l'raunul. ( T I{.I.S.T.J con sists of Irained adwn'ales who voluntarily h'n(t support to sexnally assaulted victims in tit(, NorlheaM Kingdom. These individuals have successfully completed a lraining program which was otlered hv "['nd)rella." a rape Inler'(,nl'Jon prol'alll working oul ol St. ,h)hnsbury. The advocales are available to l)rovide t'lllO[ tonal support and guidance, plus. if (lesirt. the klaoh'(Ige nl sexual assault ('i I,";(' jH'IK'e( JLn'e :\\;nolher inqx)rtalll goat ol Ihe a(h(K'ate s It) provicle ('o111 iliilill ethical ion COll- ('(TllinR lit(' social issue o[ S('XLIa] assau]l "V'e stress the tact that ronfidenlialily and emotional SUl)l)ort is the primary con- ('el'n el lhe a([v(K';Jle. ,\\;ny police, hospihd, or legal m- wdvemenl is tolal]y the (lecsion of the victim. If the vie'lira -does decide to prosecute. Ihe a(lv(cate has lhe knowh,tlge 1o assist.'" the Rronp said in a slatemcltl. ('ah, n(lars bearing ad- wuales names and lelephone numbers have L'en made police deparlln['nls, hospilals. and ('liIfi('s. "In all lhe.',e areas the i)r()12,1';,illi has I)eell re|t]y X% elconled," the St atenlellt said. "The 'I'.I{.L'.S.T. program (,leonws any nlale or female in Ihe area who would like Io vohmtaril.v h,ntl lheir ser- vires. A trahting progl'am, tmw an(I date will I)e an nounce(I ou Ihe Wells River radio stalioi, WYKi(. The stalJon Ioo. has heell nlosl helplul in helpinl us launch onr i)l'oranl "' ii sai(l. 'or infornlatiOll concerning joinin the program as an advoeate, or Io clear up arty questinus pertaining to the program itsel[, tall (603) 787- 6121 or (802) 429-2|75. starts Monday, February 9 at Oxbow High School. Richard Rothenberg isn't alone in his desire to teach adults in the area. Other Upper Valley teachers who are offering courses through Community College are Elizabeth Balch (Office Practices [ and Shorthand [), Louis Lavin ( College AlgebraS, and Richard Root ( Introduction to Psychology). Deanna Madden, a writer and resident of W. Newbury will he teaching Creative Writing and Composition and IAterature. Wells River break-in under investigation %%Ei,I,S I{IVEH. Cervical cancer tests continue ST. .I()ilNSBUI(Y - The Vermont Departmenl of Ileallh and the Vermont ('hapter of the American ('ancer S'iety have an- nounced lhe continuation of the Cervical ('ancer Screening I'roject. Free i'ap Smear Clinic services will continue to be publicized in lhe Northeast Kingdon ('ounties. Women throughout the area will he able to receive a free exanlination and have questions answered about (';I IICel'. This program iS to benefit {hose ,volnen who have never had the oppt)rtunity to have a Pap lesl as well as those who have not had or cannot renwmber having a Pap test  il his the last year. Clinics are conducted by a Puhlic ih,alth Nurse. Services illchlde t)1()(I pressure, breast exam. pap t(t and a pelvic exanl, A pap lest clinic is s('hedu]ed for Feb. t8 [rom 9 a,m. to 3 p.m. at the Blue Mount ain School. Call 5844670 after (; p.m. to schedule an q)pt)inl menl. WEI,I, CIIII,I) ('I,INi(' l'olice are I,ME The Lyme llome invesiiRaiing ;I hreak-in at lhe lann(h'onlal Jn which an un- (leternfined alnounl o[ cash and several hundred dollars orlh of lolter.v lickels were slol('lL The hurglary apparently .courted in lhe early morning ]lours O[ Jan. 2(, NOTES AND lh,alt h Agency will hold a Well ('hild ('linic for all pre- kindergarlen children in I,ynw. ()rford and Piermont I"el) l: from 9 a.m. until rH,m. i.'or more information or an appointment, call 795-2661. IgI,OOl) PRESSURE CLINIC I,YME- There will be a Blood Card Shower Dr. J. F. Keating is celebrating his 85th thday on February 5, 1981. All his friends neighbors are invited to shower him with on this special day. . He will be remembered for the many years mm service in the Bradford area. M His lovin ' I '8 AG Ruth Keatin| r- - Box t [2  New Quilted fabrics and corduroy New Smocking Supplies East Corinth, Vt. New location Airport Road Side of It's time to start that winter quilt Store Hours Tues.-Thurs. 10-5:30 Fri. 10-8 Sat. I0-5 Quilt Books, Magazines and I$ J PERM SP-,00IALS THRU FEB. Breck UniPerm Values to $32.50 Perfect Touch $350 Helen Curtis Zotos off regular price inch de Redken Shampoo--set & cut Dry & wet haircuts $1.50 off regularprice, DOTTIE -- DEDE -- RHONDA " ;nv;,ilahh, Io st(rv'oun(ling ('()MMENTS [l'()nl 4-(; p.m at the Laura.,2  The ha,'dest job is the one l,arnesSchool. The screening  Valenti00 Gifts that you put off until the last is free andis open to all Lyme I[ SLL dean ,,,mute .idn,s , II I Fabrizio, Jennifer Gherardi, llolly Warren. John Wright.  a,'e,, ,..st,,n..an ahy. Hanover office Blue Mountain Umon School . Woo&ville lists ",,"":" ", ""y l[av(,rkantp. ,\\;ss(ciate [)cat) For the week of Feb. 1 to 5: " no ol l,earner Services Irom Ihe Momlav--Pizza cole slaw, fruit, milk.  " . (l(Ill(Ilty hlDl1Ol . home tlwe l the Itl r Tuesday--Turkey 1il-Ups" mashed potat' gravy' rJ]s' i )  'c 4 I,ilelong l,earning in Durham, carrots, Il'uit delight, milk . "- Wt)OI)SVILI, E-- The , Gradea will be in the lhu,ivcr office of Wednesday--[sagna, garlic bread, toss salad, chocolate following st u(|ents at Wood- Tim l,emis. Angela Boutin, Sl,I, t meel wilh prospective cake& topping, milk. svillc Elementary ,heol are ,Je,udl'er Dickey, Shawn degree candidates for coun- Thursday--Chicken Thighs & Drumsticks, potato rounds, on the lhmor i{oll for the l)upuis, Scotl l'arquharson, selling Feh. 9-t(I. She will also green beavs, rolls, vanilla pudding, milk. Whi/e s(:ondmarkil,gperiod: Torn tlazlett, Kathy King, he ahle to talk ,,ver lt.' various Fridav--Fishwich, potato rounds, corn, jello & topping, FOR HER tar P (h'ade3 Traeey Noyes, Nicoletle tnrms,)l financial aid that is nfilk. " 1 " J:E:I?L| iiil Mtlissa Ames. Steven Schaefer, Tom Somers. Jalnie avai]al)]eloSI,L h.,arners. Bricknell. Paul Dickey, Eric A'alke,', (',,nlact a,.,e 'rhaye" at the Woodwille Elementary School Drown, Scnlt Morin, David Grade6 S('hd for IJfelong Learning, l,'lwlhe week of i,'eh 4 to6: , , Paronto. Jennie Towne, Sharon Driscoll. Michelle e-, Regional ('enler. 47) Lyme Yednesday--Macaroni & ('heese. rolls, peas, peaehes, (trade4 Kristen 1'atten, Laurie tor informal ion attd ap- T|tursdav--]lan|burg Patties, mashed potato, green beans, Imintments. Craig l'ailey, Marci Bailey. Walker. cake. milkl J(ssie Boutin, Cheryl Dowtmr, Fridav--l,'ish Sticks, potato romtds, whole kernel corn, . She Iv Duke Tarnmy I"ortier,  " I wlln, milk Juli';Kennedy "KristanlrJIrr'll'l'jl -,om...j'Schoo, 158 mac(.[,, sI, e,.,'y l'ierson.  JU / II ! VQ I -- , Kimlx rly Thaver. ]] " I,'or th  ('('k of i"eb. ,t Io 6: O, I1,, Ball desse,'l.Wed"esday--('hieken Noodle Soup, crackers, pickles,,,,ilk. , Thursdav--Tmsted Cheese Sandwich, stewed tomatoes, DIAM NO ' WATCHES d,,sse,'t, ,,,hk We Repair ACCUTRON, TIMEX. '"" and A;I Makes. h"  :'% l,'n'iday--l{avioli, rolls, dessert, milk. HASKELL JEWELERS Littleton. NH 03561 ) 444-3351 i ii Haverhill Library Association -- presents- NEW HAMPSHIRE WRITERS AND THE SMALL TOWN (a film lecture program) WEDNESDAY, FEB. 4 at 7:30 P.M. IN THE CHAPEL OF THE FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH HAVERHILL, N Jt, J -Refreshments II I will be served and all are welcome. Donations appreciated.  ] u i i i -- .', -. Haverhill Academy Junior High .," I"or thc we(,k o1 i,'eb. 4 to(i: ":, Wednesdav-'disbury Steak with Tomato Sauce, rolls and :._ff,. ,,u,,e, ,,,sse'd salad ,rult.,nk " ':* J. : ('(,,kies,Th""sday--('hieke't,,,ilk. Pie and biscuits. . buttered peas. :' :  Frida,,--l"ish and l'otato F'uffs. buttered spinach, bread and butier, truit, milk. Oxbow High School Add a Touch ' of Fantasv / Choose your gown from more than 200 beautiful 10ng dresses now at WENTWORTH, N.H. Open Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. - Sun. 10 - 6 p.m. , , u , For the weck ol Fel). 2 to 6: Monda y--l'ork St ew. roll w-but ter, dessert, milk. Tuesday--";paghetti w-Meat Sauce, roll w-butter, vegelable. (k,sserl. milk. Wednesda y--Baked Chicken. mashed potato, roll w-butter, vegel al)le, dessert, milk. Thursday--Salisbury Patty, mashed potato, string beans, roll w-I)ul ler..jell(), milk. Friday--i',arbecued Pork on bun, vegetable, dessert, milk. Friday Morning Play Group Crafts Story Song For 3 to 5 year olds To Begin Feb. 6, 1981--8:30 to 11:30 Curiosity Corners MAIN ST., NEWBURY, VT. L.F. BARNES, TEACHER THE GIFT... FOREVER DAMSEL VENTURA STENNIS TIMELESS S. F. McAIlister Quality Jewelers Weedilk, N.B. H R m