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Page 12-The Journal ()pinion-February 4, 1981  WoodsviIIe ........... ,, ,,,,,, , , , Beth Nelson 757-3129 WoodsvillellighSehooi A service of prayer and Snownlobile Club and the The Woodsville tfigh School thanksgiving for the safe Newburv Border Riders will Winter Carnival took place return of the hostages was spensora Mid-,ason dance at Jan. 29-31. A turkey dinner held at the ttaverhill Cornet" the Community Building on was held at the Community Church on Jan. 29 in the Feb. 7 with Doug Blake and Building on Jan. 31, evening. A time of coffee, "The Burke [?,oys" providing Wosvi/le girls defeated rqfreshnlent and fellowship the nmsic. Lyndon Institute in basketball followed the service. Eleme, tary hool 52-37 ()n Jan. 30. Service for Returned Hostages Snowmobile Clubs Sponsor Mid-Season Dance The Connecticut Valley FROM lm&apos;O-i004AID" Parents Meet Parents of children in the Woodsville Elementary School reel on Jan. 28 with a fair attendance. News Briefs Gladys and Doris Fish of West B.utland and Ella Jones of lra were recent callers of Pastor and Mrs. Albert Parker. Mr. and Mrs, Jim Wood recently moved to Laconia. veral from town attended the recent tournament at Blue Mountain. Several from the area at- tended the third in the film series, "Focus on the Family'" with l)r. James Dobson at the Benton Bible Chapel on Jan. 31. Airman Douglas J, Potter Airman Potter at Chanute AFB WOODSVILLE--Airman Michael V. Potter, son of William H. Potter Sr. of Woodsville hasbeen assigned to Chanute Air,Force Base, Ill., after completing Air Force basic training. During the six weeks at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, the,airman studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special training in human relations. In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree in applied science through the Community College of the Air Force, The airman will now receive sp|alized instruction in the fuels specialist field, CALL US... Beat the Cold and SAVE! % CARRY FEBRUARY 2nd-16th STOCKING FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS FIBER GLASS BATrS 3"-6"-9" FOIL and UNFACED THERMAX 1/2" - 5/8" - 3/4" - 1" - 2" 4x8 sheets BEAD BOARD 1"-2" 4X8 sheets STROYFOAM S.M. 1"-2" 2X8 sheets WEATHER STRIP, CAULKING, WATER HEATER JACKETS ZONOLATE 3cu. BAG WEATHER SHIELD CELLULOSE 30lb. BAG OAKES BROS.,INC. Come see our display Lower Plain 802-222.5280 Bradford, It1". Warren i'Oill('il ' Society ,,Xnnlla I ,'%h'e I i11g The W.S.(' . il the Melho(lisl ('hutch met at the I)ars(inale oil ,]an. 21 Ior its relLtllar nleeliiig illld Io t, lect .Ificet's for lhe elisuilig year. I.]levi,n .(.rt, present iiiid lied i)lit' quill in Itlt, iiiorlihlg, tiller t hich Ihe)enjoyed il delicious pol luck dillner Many lhllllkyou nol(,s were i'e('t'ived fl'oin r(,('ipitqils of hask(.Is Selil ll) lilt'ill al lhe hlili(lay scilson, Atiproxinilil(,ly 7n persoliS i'll ill) i'll all Ihe t4o'dis, e.pet!ia lly the honlenladt' t!(ll)kit,s, ( )flict'i's hlr (lie eliStiint ',ear ill'(' I'i'esidenl, Ilarriel I,il)hy: Vice t'i'esidenl. Avis ('ushing; Trl,lSilrci. ICstella IalliSay; Ileporh,r. I lelen (R)(lwill ; 'ol'k ('liilllilitl(,(!. Mal't4al'el ,hilcher and I)lll Ahh'ic'h; and Sniishine ('ominillee, l.ydia Ileiyea iind Avis ('ushiiig. EVl, l'yone is welc.i)nle Io /'onie Io our lneel ings aud help ill the \\;,oi'k of our churcil, plus enjoying the dinner alld Ielh) ship o1 the day. tiff leers hlstalled at Mi.eliilg of Ea.lerll lar bih,c'ted ()fficers werl? ill shllled al lhe i'egillar nleeling lit Moosilauke ('hapler N(i. 68, ().E.S. hel(l ,Jan 7 at the Masniiic Temple. The newly eh,cted offic'ers will serve tlnlil Seplenil)er. I>residing .flicers W.M. Nancy Btinlford I illd \\;..I > I';t'l'('ll (;olWili l)l)l'in'd lift' Inl'cI hit2.. I li,ll Ilillt_t lit litli'l's \\;VCl'C %%" .l allt'$ Iillllll)rd. W t ) I,],tTI'II (lo(lxili illid I'.M Ilarriel I';illnt'i'. I.]lt, t'lt, d ollWci's  Cl'(' Vol'ili flail'Oil, Xiilit'\\; I>ulliiord ; Worlhy I ';111"llll. I,]vi,r('l I (;o(uiwin; .\\;,,'iltc M:ill'llll, Ilarriet I'llliilT. .+\\;SOCi;ilt' I all'Oli. ,h)hii II Nil'ill; .%ecrt, iary, I.]lla I )li,l ill; Trea..4tirt'l'. ( 'el'ill Nit'd ; ( 'lnidtlt'li'css. Avis ('lishill)L ilid ,\\;ssotqalc ('Oli- dtl('l I'eS.. .] o v c'e ('orln i('l. VERMONT STATE POLICE and Vermont Fish & Game TOLL-FREE NUMBERS: Bradford 222-4680 Fairlee 333-9414 Wells River 757-2552 CLOSE-OUT SALE The modem way to the rustic look I,ATEX SI)I,II) ('OIA)H STAIN IiEADY-MIXED COLORS 12 hitex, 6 oil) l{egular Price $14. l0 ('us'r()M-M IXED C()L()tiS llegtl hir Price $15.55 AI,SO ('I,OSI': OUT SAI,E (IN MASUIIY i,ATIX VI,AT WALl, Regular Price $14.00 N(IW  Gal. Reguhir Price $18.50 NoW Gal. " Net, ('ash & carry JOHNSON'S HOME CENTER ROUTE 12-A, WEST LEBANON -- 298-5778 HOUlIS: 7 e.m.-7 p.rrl. ondsy thru Thursday 7 a.m.-9 P.m. Friday; 7 a.m-5 p.m. Saturday ly 79 Asquai (lllier atilmililt'd were ( 'linldain, .hlhn I. Nicol; lar.hlil. .hihii I']r ('lll'llliCr, .h" . .\\;dah. ('lahe I/tTilulld; lilllh. I',('. e fly \\;Vi lkt'r,; I.;1 hi'r. Ilehui (;oll(Iwi n:; Mil'fhli. lli'gil'(>l Whilch('r; I';h't'la. "l'e..ahel Ilushaw, \\;%al'd('l'. ('liil'l('. \\;t.illkt'r; alid l,iil iii('l. (l'lil'va hoi'll. ILelr*'.hlliclil. tt'l'(' .t'i'\\;t'd hllllt', lilt2, lh(' liit'('l ill/, I"eh 5 is lht' dilt! (ll the ileXl liict.tiiil2. \\;heil ii Valt!lilhle .\\;ucli(ni ilt t, held. IQic'h Illl'llihtT is <l.ked 1o hi'iilt .ollit'lliilil Io lit' old "l'ht'se iilall) 12,ot I)til'12.tlillS Ill{i', be h)tllid. Tr) Io t'Olllt, alid bring allolht'r illellil)t'r alid I)ti'; a I I stlrtirist'  i'a t)Pt.d ill red I)aliel '. \\;oi(I lies t)eeli received el the dealh (if llernice l.ihbey Ilalchellh,r, .39. of Wilder. VI. %lie \\;as life datlt2,hler of (ills dtld IAlC3 l,ibbey of Warren alld .lt, llt ttit, oal'ly p;.il'l of her lih, h,re In I!l lit slit' liiarried I,l i.llt., ;%. Ilalchcldcr, also Ill t,t,';ll'l'CII, alld they lnov(.t to \\; t'rllllllil ill 1946. .ur\\; i ()rs include her htlhalid of Wilder: her iil(lllier l,ut'y l"essenden; two .otl, I{ichard arid l,awrence, ,It-; to daughters. ('indy and I;(nulie; two grandchildren; and a hrolhel' .ioseph of I' hn'ida. ' I I (;lad to tYport Rohert Pike is honle and feeling better. l(ichard Pike is having tests, and l',us llibbard is making a recovery at his home. Cards ', ould he appreciated by all. .Vhal has become of the sparroxs, they do not seem to I)e tit h,n(ling niany feeders. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Nicol of Vielma, Va. attended the inauluralion parade and fire works last week in Washingt(in, D.C. NOTES ANI) ('OMMENTS Now that the heating bills must be paid, summer didn't seem so bad after all. Floyd K. Kay 764-9979 V;'E N TWO RT H-- chumaukee Snowmobile CIu had two ride-ins over t weekend One to Long Pondi Benton for a cookout a Sunday to Line Pond aP Brackett Pond in Wentworth. Sunday quite a few rider were met from Lyme, We tworth and Rumney. Therel good snow in the higher are hut on the low lands, a thaw rain will curtail much ridir Chuck Elms, with the groomer, was Saturday and the local did some grooming al: Saturday, mainly Warren and Wentworth. needs to he done for smooth riding. ALL SNOW TIRES REDUCED FOR -WINTER CLEARANCE! P155/80 R13 BLACKWALL plus Fed. Ex. Tax NO TRADE NEEDED Brake 2 WHEEL FRONT DISC Front.End Alignment with purchase of 2 or more tires Set caster, camber, and toe-in to proper alignment Inspect suspen- sion and steering systems Most U.S. cars, SOme imports. PIm  Iddi- tioMI Nrvices SALE ENDS SAT. FEB. 7th . Sale includes All.Season Tiempo Radial Tires TIME IS MONEY. year CD pays: 12.00 % Annual Yield: 12.94 % You can invest as little as $500 with us and still get a good return on your money. Our 2V year certificate of deposit is designed for people who have more time than money. It could be just the CD that's right for you! Substantial penalty for premature withdrawal. ll his P l!Imaril ppabll: preast he x.rai lodess i na Xet nis spt eeii a( UOSpital .ewer di bnd t ieehnolol ! bay , Annual yield results when an account is left on deposit for a period of one yar. Member FDIC. interest00o Woodsville Guaranty WoodsviHe/Pierwmnt/& Warren, NH. Page 12-The Journal ()pinion-February 4, 1981  WoodsviIIe ........... ,, ,,,,,, , , , Beth Nelson 757-3129 WoodsvillellighSehooi A service of prayer and Snownlobile Club and the The Woodsville tfigh School thanksgiving for the safe Newburv Border Riders will Winter Carnival took place return of the hostages was spensora Mid-,ason dance at Jan. 29-31. A turkey dinner held at the ttaverhill Cornet" the Community Building on was held at the Community Church on Jan. 29 in the Feb. 7 with Doug Blake and Building on Jan. 31, evening. A time of coffee, "The Burke [?,oys" providing Wosvi/le girls defeated rqfreshnlent and fellowship the nmsic. Lyndon Institute in basketball followed the service. Eleme, tary hool 52-37 ()n Jan. 30. Service for Returned Hostages Snowmobile Clubs Sponsor Mid-Season Dance The Connecticut Valley FROM lm'O-i004AID" Parents Meet Parents of children in the Woodsville Elementary School reel on Jan. 28 with a fair attendance. News Briefs Gladys and Doris Fish of West B.utland and Ella Jones of lra were recent callers of Pastor and Mrs. Albert Parker. Mr. and Mrs, Jim Wood recently moved to Laconia. veral from town attended the recent tournament at Blue Mountain. Several from the area at- tended the third in the film series, "Focus on the Family'" with l)r. James Dobson at the Benton Bible Chapel on Jan. 31. Airman Douglas J, Potter Airman Potter at Chanute AFB WOODSVILLE--Airman Michael V. Potter, son of William H. Potter Sr. of Woodsville hasbeen assigned to Chanute Air,Force Base, Ill., after completing Air Force basic training. During the six weeks at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, the,airman studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special training in human relations. In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree in applied science through the Community College of the Air Force, The airman will now receive sp|alized instruction in the fuels specialist field, CALL US... Beat the Cold and SAVE! % CARRY FEBRUARY 2nd-16th STOCKING FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS FIBER GLASS BATrS 3"-6"-9" FOIL and UNFACED THERMAX 1/2" - 5/8" - 3/4" - 1" - 2" 4x8 sheets BEAD BOARD 1"-2" 4X8 sheets STROYFOAM S.M. 1"-2" 2X8 sheets WEATHER STRIP, CAULKING, WATER HEATER JACKETS ZONOLATE 3cu. BAG WEATHER SHIELD CELLULOSE 30lb. BAG OAKES BROS.,INC. Come see our display Lower Plain 802-222.5280 Bradford, It1". Warren i'Oill('il ' Society ,,Xnnlla I ,'%h'e I i11g The W.S.(' . il the Melho(lisl ('hutch met at the I)ars(inale oil ,]an. 21 Ior its relLtllar nleeliiig illld Io t, lect .Ificet's for lhe elisuilig year. I.]levi,n .(.rt, present iiiid lied i)lit' quill in Itlt, iiiorlihlg, tiller t hich Ihe)enjoyed il delicious pol luck dillner Many lhllllkyou nol(,s were i'e('t'ived fl'oin r(,('ipitqils of hask(.Is Selil ll) lilt'ill al lhe hlili(lay scilson, Atiproxinilil(,ly 7n persoliS i'll ill) i'll all Ihe t4o'dis, e.pet!ia lly the honlenladt' t!(ll)kit,s, ( )flict'i's hlr (lie eliStiint ',ear ill'(' I'i'esidenl, Ilarriel I,il)hy: Vice t'i'esidenl. Avis ('ushing; Trl,lSilrci. ICstella IalliSay; Ileporh,r. I lelen (R)(lwill ; 'ol'k ('liilllilitl(,(!. Mal't4al'el ,hilcher and I)lll Ahh'ic'h; and Sniishine ('ominillee, l.ydia Ileiyea iind Avis ('ushiiig. EVl, l'yone is welc.i)nle Io /'onie Io our lneel ings aud help ill the \\;,oi'k of our churcil, plus enjoying the dinner alld Ielh) ship o1 the day. tiff leers hlstalled at Mi.eliilg of Ea.lerll lar bih,c'ted ()fficers werl? ill shllled al lhe i'egillar nleeling lit Moosilauke ('hapler N(i. 68, ().E.S. hel(l ,Jan 7 at the Masniiic Temple. The newly eh,cted offic'ers will serve tlnlil Seplenil)er. I>residing .flicers W.M. Nancy Btinlford I illd \\;..I > I';t'l'('ll (;olWili l)l)l'in'd lift' Inl'cI hit2.. I li,ll Ilillt_t lit litli'l's \\;VCl'C %%" .l allt'$ Iillllll)rd. W t ) I,],tTI'II (lo(lxili illid I'.M Ilarriel I';illnt'i'. I.]lt, t'lt, d ollWci's  Cl'(' Vol'ili flail'Oil, Xiilit'\\; I>ulliiord ; Worlhy I ';111"llll. I,]vi,r('l I (;o(uiwin; .\\;,,'iltc M:ill'llll, Ilarriet I'llliilT. .+\\;SOCi;ilt' I all'Oli. ,h)hii II Nil'ill; .%ecrt, iary, I.]lla I )li,l ill; Trea..4tirt'l'. ( 'el'ill Nit'd ; ( 'lnidtlt'li'css. Avis ('lishill)L ilid ,\\;ssotqalc ('Oli- dtl('l I'eS.. .] o v c'e ('orln i('l. VERMONT STATE POLICE and Vermont Fish & Game TOLL-FREE NUMBERS: Bradford 222-4680 Fairlee 333-9414 Wells River 757-2552 CLOSE-OUT SALE The modem way to the rustic look I,ATEX SI)I,II) ('OIA)H STAIN IiEADY-MIXED COLORS 12 hitex, 6 oil) l{egular Price $14. l0 ('us'r()M-M IXED C()L()tiS llegtl hir Price $15.55 AI,SO ('I,OSI': OUT SAI,E (IN MASUIIY i,ATIX VI,AT WALl, Regular Price $14.00 N(IW  Gal. Reguhir Price $18.50 NoW Gal. " Net, ('ash & carry JOHNSON'S HOME CENTER ROUTE 12-A, WEST LEBANON -- 298-5778 HOUlIS: 7 e.m.-7 p.rrl. ondsy thru Thursday 7 a.m.-9 P.m. Friday; 7 a.m-5 p.m. Saturday ly 79 Asquai (lllier atilmililt'd were ( 'linldain, .hlhn I. Nicol; lar.hlil. .hihii I']r ('lll'llliCr, .h" . .\\;dah. ('lahe I/tTilulld; lilllh. I',('. e fly \\;Vi lkt'r,; I.;1 hi'r. Ilehui (;oll(Iwi n:; Mil'fhli. lli'gil'(>l Whilch('r; I';h't'la. "l'e..ahel Ilushaw, \\;%al'd('l'. ('liil'l('. \\;t.illkt'r; alid l,iil iii('l. (l'lil'va hoi'll. ILelr*'.hlliclil. tt'l'(' .t'i'\\;t'd hllllt', lilt2, lh(' liit'('l ill/, I"eh 5 is lht' dilt! (ll the ileXl liict.tiiil2. \\;heil ii Valt!lilhle .\\;ucli(ni ilt t, held. IQic'h Illl'llihtT is <l.ked 1o hi'iilt .ollit'lliilil Io lit' old "l'ht'se iilall) 12,ot I)til'12.tlillS Ill{i', be h)tllid. Tr) Io t'Olllt, alid bring allolht'r illellil)t'r alid I)ti'; a I I stlrtirist'  i'a t)Pt.d ill red I)aliel '. \\;oi(I lies t)eeli received el the dealh (if llernice l.ihbey Ilalchellh,r, .39. of Wilder. VI. %lie \\;as life datlt2,hler of (ills dtld IAlC3 l,ibbey of Warren alld .lt, llt ttit, oal'ly p;.il'l of her lih, h,re In I!l lit slit' liiarried I,l i.llt., ;%. Ilalchcldcr, also Ill t,t,';ll'l'CII, alld they lnov(.t to \\; t'rllllllil ill 1946. .ur\\; i ()rs include her htlhalid of Wilder: her iil(lllier l,ut'y l"essenden; two .otl, I{ichard arid l,awrence, ,It-; to daughters. ('indy and I;(nulie; two grandchildren; and a hrolhel' .ioseph of I' hn'ida. ' I I (;lad to tYport Rohert Pike is honle and feeling better. l(ichard Pike is having tests, and l',us llibbard is making a recovery at his home. Cards ', ould he appreciated by all. .Vhal has become of the sparroxs, they do not seem to I)e tit h,n(ling niany feeders. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Nicol of Vielma, Va. attended the inauluralion parade and fire works last week in Washingt(in, D.C. NOTES ANI) ('OMMENTS Now that the heating bills must be paid, summer didn't seem so bad after all. Floyd K. Kay 764-9979 V;'E N TWO RT H-- chumaukee Snowmobile CIu had two ride-ins over t weekend One to Long Pondi Benton for a cookout a Sunday to Line Pond aP Brackett Pond in Wentworth. Sunday quite a few rider were met from Lyme, We tworth and Rumney. Therel good snow in the higher are hut on the low lands, a thaw rain will curtail much ridir Chuck Elms, with the groomer, was Saturday and the local did some grooming al: Saturday, mainly Warren and Wentworth. needs to he done for smooth riding. ALL SNOW TIRES REDUCED FOR -WINTER CLEARANCE! P155/80 R13 BLACKWALL plus Fed. Ex. Tax NO TRADE NEEDED Brake 2 WHEEL FRONT DISC Front.End Alignment with purchase of 2 or more tires Set caster, camber, and toe-in to proper alignment Inspect suspen- sion and steering systems Most U.S. cars, SOme imports. PIm  Iddi- tioMI Nrvices SALE ENDS SAT. FEB. 7th . Sale includes All.Season Tiempo Radial Tires TIME IS MONEY. year CD pays: 12.00 % Annual Yield: 12.94 % You can invest as little as $500 with us and still get a good return on your money. Our 2V year certificate of deposit is designed for people who have more time than money. It could be just the CD that's right for you! Substantial penalty for premature withdrawal. ll his P l!Imaril ppabll: preast he x.rai lodess i na Xet nis spt eeii a( UOSpital .ewer di bnd t ieehnolol ! bay , Annual yield results when an account is left on deposit for a period of one yar. Member FDIC. interest00o Woodsville Guaranty WoodsviHe/Pierwmnt/& Warren, NH.