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February I0, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 COUPON CLIPPER i Moving forced refunder to organize her proofs COUPON --,Prior to our ,a company to earl- of our got to the saw the many that held purchase. He me that the have to repack m no uncertain was going collection wanted to find in the same other end of the wasn't too he called send me cartons so that my refunding later I received with and ink quickly set to my valuable soon I had a _ refund cen- in its reached our new that my far superior Moving some- interesting side Carol C. from Md. -- Moving difficult for a large collec- purchase. packing mate- rials such as those you mentioned. DEAR COUPON CLIPPER --I have a "secret source" for proofs of purchase that I thought you might want to pass along to your readers. My source works at our local school. The kindergarten class provides me with a steady stream of juice labels and cookie proofs. From the school lunchrooms come eabeanut butter and ketchup ls and a variety of other proofs, including candy wrappers. The teacher's lounge is a source for proofs from non- dairy creamer, sugar substi- tute, cocoa and coffee. I hope that this tip has been "educational." -- Dar- lene F. DEAR DARLENE -- "Secret sources" add a little extra excitement to refund- ing. The biggest problem in having such a source is keeping it secret when you're just bursting to tell your refunding friends how well you are doing. Here's a refund form to write for: Daisy-L'eggs Offer, P.O. Box 4098, Monti- cello, Minn. 55362. This $I refund offer expires June 30, 1982. Here is this week's list of refund offers. Start looking for the required refund forms, which you can obtain at the supermarket, in news- paper and magazine advertisements and from trading with friends. Mean- while, start collecting the needed proofs of purchase as detailed below. Remember, some offers are not avail- able in all areas of the coun- try. Today's refund offers have a value of $8.75. Beverages (File 8) -- Borden Refund Offer. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and one label from each of the following: Borden Instant Breakfast Drink, Kava Instant Coffee, Cremo- ra Non-Dairy Creamer. Expires April 30, 1982. -- Hi-C Refund Offer. Receive a $I refund. Send the required refund form and two "quality seals" from 64-ounce Hi-C. Expires March 31, 1982. -- International Coffees Sample Pack Offer. Receive a sample of General Foods International Coffees and refund of your postage. Send the required refund form and register tapes with the prices of two International Coffees circled. Expires April 30, 1982. -- Lipton Lemon Tree $1.25 Coupon. Receive a $1.25 coupon for 10- or 15- quart Lipton Lemon Tree Lemonade Flavor Drink Mix. Send the required refund form and two entire labels from 10- or 15-quart Lipton Lemon Tree Lemon- ade Flavor Drink Mix. Expires Dec. 31, 1983. -- Nestle Hot Cocoa Mix Offer. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and the proof-of-pur- chase seals from any two packages of Nestle Hot Cocoa Mix. Expires April 30, 1982. -- Seneca Bottled Apple Juice Coupon Offer. Receive a 50-cent coupon. Send the required refund form and the Seneca logo from the label of any Seneca Apple Sauce. Expires July 31, 1982. Bonus! This offer doesn't require a form: -- ReaLime, That Lively Lime Twist, P.O. Box 5753- C, Maple Plain, Minn. 55348. Receive "That Lively Lime Twist" cookbook. Send the word "RealLime" from the front panel of any bottle of ReaLtme Reconstituted Lime Juice. Expires Dec. 31, 1982. Cop t.19 EW BABY GIRL Angela Watanabe Lewis of Lyme, parents of a new baby Kumiko Lewis, Jan. 28 at Mary Hit- Memorial Hospital in just stays at home, cooking AlI-StateAuditions o$d.a ,v and sewing. That's just not The results of the All-State Auditions that took place on Jan. 16, 1982 are not yet known. The students who SON ARRIVES Mr and Mrs. participated should know soon Davies of Bradford, whether or not they made All- ,rents of a new baby States.  ts should be born on Jan. mailed to theacsoon, Mary Hitchcock Band Exchange 'ial Hospital in The Oxbow High Sch0al Band will be going on a weekend exchange March 26, 1982 to Pilgrim High School in SON ARRIVES Warwick, R.I. The band will Mr. and go down on Friday, March 26, iehard Lique of and return on Sunday, March are the parents of 28. boy. weighing The money for this ex- eight and one change comes from a s, born on Jan. 31 at magazine drive that the band ................ JUDY AUGUSTINE Stiff ................... LISA FARNHAM MARISA FATHERLEY KATHERINE HARTLEY LFALI[ KASPRZAK BETHANNE WRIGHT r .......... KRISTIN HERMAN M ............... ARNOW SHIELDS Union to take third place. Outstanding players for Oxbow were: John Dwyer, who was named Most Valuable Player for the tournament, and Rod Bean, who was selected as an All- Tourney team member. Air Force Band On Tuesday, Feb. 2, a contingent of the United States true." Perhaps Croteau's activist reputation comes from all of the activities that she involves herself in. She is the varsity cheerleading coach, a member of the teacher's recertification agency, the home economics association, and the Orange County Advisory board. She is also the president of the Oxbow High School Teacher's Association (OTA). Croteau says, "Working on the OTA is an interesting experience. I've learned a lot about the politics of running a school, all aspects, from the students to amuel and Lauriee Magoon Laurice Appleton wecl to Samuel Maroon BRADFOKD-- Laurice venise lace and pearls --; Annette Appleton, daughter of Sheer yoke enhanced with Mr: and Mrs. Ernest schiffle embroidery and lace Appleton, of Bradford, and Samuel Magoon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Magoon of W. Fairlee, were united in marriage Dec. 24, 1981. The Rev. Richard White officiated the double-ring ceremony at the home of the bride's parents. Laurie wore a chiffon gown with attached chapel train. Fitted sleeveless bodice and high neckline, trimmed with around the hemline skirt and train. Maid of honor was Jaquline Oanforth, friend of the bride. Erving Ricker was Best- man. Following the wedding a buffet dinner was served. The immediate families of the bride and groom were present• The couple are residing in Post Mills, Vt. Canaan Coneertante to pedorm at Glencliff GLENCLIFF--The Glencliff In his brief preliminary Home for the Elderly is lecture, illustrated with slides sponsoring "A Musical of contemporary architecture, Celebration of English painting, and costume, Professor Laurence Davie Culture, 1300-1700" by the Canaan Concertante on Friday, Feb. 19, at 2:00 p.m. in the Recreation Hall of the Home. Focusing on the role of music in church, court, country home, village, and city, the program surveys the relations between music and literature, specifically drama and lyric poetry, the significance of music in the lives of people, both ordinary and high-ranking, of the time, and the place of music in general conviviality. Using an array of authentic period instruments, the early music ensemble will perform representative works, both sacred and secular, by English composers of the medieval, Elizabethan and Jacobean periods. sets English music in literary, historical, and philosophical context, em- phasizing the nature of con. tinuity and change in ira. pertant English social in- stitutions. His unifying theme will he the renaissance idea el music as an expression el cosmic harmony. Members of the Canaan Concertante are Jean Hennig- Baarson, Earl North. Dorothy Swayze. and Matthew Weiss. Their instrumental collection includes viola de Gamba, rebec harp, psaltery, recor- ders, krumhorns, shawm, violin, bassoon and trombone. The program is funded in part by the New Hampshire Council for the Humanities. Tryouts for the musical were Wednesday, Jan. 27 and names students in Wood- BABY BOY Mr. and Mrs. mpieri of S. Ryegate, of a new baby ng nine pounds and born on Jan..30 at ospitai in Wood- comedy H00,h conducts every year. The band will travel by bus to Rhode Island. Pilgrim High School's band will come to Oxbow on April 30, 1982. They will be in the Oxbow area from Friday, April 30 to Sunday, May 2. The director of the Oxbow band, Edward Ledwith, says this is "the fourth overnight exchange" since he has been director. The last exchange the band participated in was four years ago when they went to Pennsylvania. Blue Mountain Union Tournament Don;t miss a On Thursday and Friday, of George Jan. 29 and 30, the Oxbow "Arms and Junior High School Boy's a three-act comedy .Basketball team participated the talented m a basketball tournament at Drama Blue Mountain Union School in Wells River, Vt. The Oxbow will be squad played Blue Mountain Feb. 13 at Union School on Friday, Jan. at the Memorial 29, and by winning that game Admission: 63-15 they earned the right to Rs$1.50. play Lisbon, N.H., who had beaten Haverhill, N.H. in their first game, for the Tour- nament Championship on will be a Saturday. Dance at Oxbow had no trouble in the School Championship, beating Lisbon from 8:00 by a score of 39-4, even though m. The dance is Oxbow's second string played the Connecticut much of the game. In the and the caller Consolation game, Haverhill, N.H. defeated Blue Mountain Air Force Band came to Oxbow High School to put on a show for the students. The seven piece band, called Air Waves, came from Pease Air Force base in New Hampshire. The members of the group, six men and one woman, came from places like California, Michigan, New York, and New Orleans. They played a variety of Rock and Roll music, both old and new, on guitars, drums, keyboards and horns. hie with your laxative? tried the gentle medicine they MOMENTUM ' Tablets are 50*/, stronger than Doan's. Before you lake Dean's Pills for muscular backache, remember this: MOMENTUM Tablets are 50% s|ronger than Ooon's, That means MOMENTUM gwes you 50% more Pain rehever r dose to reheve backache To reduce pare, soothe inflarnmation so muscles loosen-you can move more freely m minutes! There's no stron0er backache medication you can buy with- oul a prescrtpbon than MOMENTUM Tablels Take only as dtrected, Teacher Profile Irene Croteau, a home economics teacher at Oxbow High School for four years, describes herself as "not fitting into a slot. A lot of people think I'm an active woman's libber. I don't consider myself a stereotypical homemaker either. People have this image 4- of a homemaker as a lady who ill IMPORTANT NEWS FOR 'BAC[4CtlE SUFFERERS! Lax" and it relieves the discern- / helping restore the body's ght. You'll like the in the morning! or pills, Ex-Lax is "The Overnight the administration." In addition to all of these activities, Croteau teaches junior high home economics and, on the senior high level, clothing and textiles, and foods and nutrition. "My main objective in clothing and textiles is tO r teach students to read directions and to feel at ease with them." Croteau teaches foods and nutritions from a consumerism aspect. Buying and management of money are stressed. She says her class contains "mainly girls with a few token boys." Croteau says that her • ultimate career goal is to work for a sewing company. "Sewing is my main field of interest." However, Croteau also says she likes teaching and will probably always be involved in it. "I enjoy teaching and students. I like working with kids, they're enthusiastic, unbiased." Laundry On Feb. 1, 1982, students in the Diversified Occupations (DO) unit of the Special Education Division of Oxbow High School started operating a laundry charging 35 cents if the customer supplied detergent and 50 cents if the detergent is supplied by DO. The schedule for doing laundry was quickly filled because the students will have other school work to do. Paint Your Wagon The cast for the 1982 musical, "Paint Your Wagon", has been picked. Thursday, Jan. 28, 1982 at Oxbow High School. Annick LeyMarie and Tom Kidder decided and posted the cast Tuesday, Feb. 2, 1982. The cast is as follow: Tom Rathburn as Ben Rumson, Louise Plante as Jennifer Rumsen, Brian Emerson as Julio Valveras, Una Smit as Steve Bulnaek, Todd Perry as Jake Whippany, Laurie Williams as Elizabeth Wooding, Jody Hodge as Sarah Woodling, Ben Kunz as Jacob Woodling, Bob Gaiser as Sandy Twist, Mark Ansley as Rueben Sloan, Jeanne Hardy as Edgar Crocker, Donald Ahearn as Sam, Lisa Welch as Joe, Mike Huse as Bill, Lisa Farnham as Ed, Monies Olmstead as Jack, Pete Billings-undecided, Debbie Balcom as Yvonne Sorel, Sandy Perry as Suzanne Duval, Sam Kunz as Salem Trumbull, Cherry Jourdel- undecided, Martin Sanborn as Mike Mooney, Nelson Olm- stead as Hand, Read Carlan as Raymond Janney, Heidi Smit as Elsie Smith, Amy Eilertson as Mary, Denni Pratt as Jane, AI Sidney as Jasper, Jack Monahan as Dutchie, Coach- man-undecided, Fandangos (dancers) -- Kris Search, Eiene Demetrules, Heidi Hood, Michelle CIough, Michelle Ayala, Christy Thurston, Townspeople and extras--Anne Brock, Ann Kelly, Sharon Miller, Gayle Balcom, Jac Monahan. The musical will be per- formed April 2 and 3. 1982 at Oxbow High School. A&W ARTESIAN WELL CO. •tnce 19)0 BeX 176, bdlim, N.IL 1402-2954111 m Deam BURLINGTON-- Tht following students from withir the Journal Opinion cir culation have been named t( the Dean's List at Champlait College for the fall semester: : Melanie F. Brown, daughtm of Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Brown, Jr. of Bradford, a senior in executiv secretarial. Sheri D. Osgood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Osgood of Bradford, a senior in Executive Secretarial. Kenda Sweet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sweet el Bradford, a senior in Management. Robert B. Taylor, son of Mr. Bruce A. Taylor of Fairlee, a senior in Management. To he named to the Dean's List, a student at Champlain College must achieve a semester average of 3.5 or better with no grade below B and have taken at least 12 semester hours of classes. Champlain College has 2C programs leading to av Associate in Science (A.S.) Degree. Programs are available in arts and sciences. business administration. community services and secretarial science. A two-year career oriente˘ institution, Champlain Collegl was founded in 1878. THANKSGIVING Novena to St, Jude 0 Holy St. Jude, Apostle and Mortyr, greet in virtue Ond rich in miro˘les, neor kinsmen of Jesus Christ, faithful intercessor of off who invoke your sp:iol potronoge in time of need, to you I hove recourse from the depth of my ha and humdy beg to whom God • hos given such great power to come to my ossistonce. Help me in my present and urgont petition. In retUrn, I prondse to moke your rmn known, Ond couse you to be invoked. Soy three Our Fathers, three Hail Mors and GJorios. Publicoti mst be ffomised. St. Jude proy for us and oll who invoko your oid, Amen, This Novena has never been known to fail. I hove hod my request granted. PuDcotlon promi.d. M.$. WOODSVILLE beth Nelson 7.7-3429 Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wyman, Sr. of N. Haverhill have announced the engagement of their daughter, Debra Lynn Wyman to Shawn Michael McKean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert McKean of town. They are both seniors at Woodsville High School. No date has been set for the wedding. Snowmobile Clubs Mid-Season Dance The Connecticut Valley Snowmobile Club and the Newbury Border Riders will sponsor a Mid-Season Dance at the Community Building on Feb. 6 with Dong Blake and North Country providing the music. The ride scheduled for Jan. 31 by the Connecticut Valley Snowmobile Club was can- celled. Woodsville High School Woodsville High School held its annual Winter Carnival last week with skating and snow sculpture among the activities. A Turkey Dinner was held in conjunction with the event at the Community Building on the 13th. St. Joseph's Catholic Church The Altar Society met in the rectory and recently elected officers as follows: President, Rita Lackie; First Vice President, Lisa Torres; Secretary, Marie Bryer; Treasurer, Barbara Roy. It was voted to send flowers to Lisa Torres on the occasion of the birth of a son, Andrew David, eight pounds, 2 ounces, and to Winifred Morin to wish a speedy recovery for her broken arm. It was alSO r decided that the organization will do the spring cleaning after the,installation of the new stainless steel sink. All equipment for this effort will he bought by the club. A Valentine's Party is planned by the Altar Society for Feb. 9 and members of St. Eugene's Altar Society will he invited. Father Milne and Kent Riach started classes for high school young people on Jan. 31 with instructions, refresh- ments and answer period. The first in a series of Christian Life studies was held for adults in the Rectory on Jan. 25. Ms. Diane Des Bois presented the program. Family communication films from the Paulist press were shown giving new insights and ideas. Included in the program were discussion and questions regarding com- munications with spouse and children and communications in sex education for children. News Briefs Recent callers of Portia Riley were William and Barbara Hall of Rumney and the Rev. John Hooker of Newhnry. Sixty-six people from the area participate in aerobic dancing classes each week. Stephen Parker left Jan. 31 for the New Tribes Boot Camp in Pennsylvania. (so,,,,) ;'" if Holly Watemmn engaged to Paul Stalder I'IERM()NT Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. la, m Stabler tff Richard Waterman of Pier- BirminghanLAla. mont. N.Ii. ahnounce the A Spring wedding is plan- engagement of their daughter, ned. ih)lly, to Paul Stablcr, son of ii I _ • i " -- I 00,00rAll leur I I Yl  ,0.- ,,- IE ' "% . I ,I I/1. o.,,.,. ,,. l '  • -, • it.Ill/, to-French I ch.,. ESTLEBANON. NH i I  j v==vlp, Mt4ee .^nONAt mD*,L sr, m: | Sat. 10-5 mAMONDS From $195 to $20,000 For Your Valentine SETS S. F. 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CHIPS MICROcENTER 3 South Street Hanover, NH, 03755 (603) 643-5413 Hours: M-S 9-5 February I0, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 COUPON CLIPPER i Moving forced refunder to organize her proofs COUPON --,Prior to our ,a company to earl- of our got to the saw the many that held purchase. He me that the have to repack m no uncertain was going collection wanted to find in the same other end of the wasn't too he called send me cartons so that my refunding later I received with and ink quickly set to my valuable soon I had a _ refund cen- in its reached our new that my far superior Moving some- interesting side Carol C. from Md. -- Moving difficult for a large collec- purchase. packing mate- rials such as those you mentioned. DEAR COUPON CLIPPER --I have a "secret source" for proofs of purchase that I thought you might want to pass along to your readers. My source works at our local school. The kindergarten class provides me with a steady stream of juice labels and cookie proofs. From the school lunchrooms come eabeanut butter and ketchup ls and a variety of other proofs, including candy wrappers. The teacher's lounge is a source for proofs from non- dairy creamer, sugar substi- tute, cocoa and coffee. I hope that this tip has been "educational." -- Dar- lene F. DEAR DARLENE -- "Secret sources" add a little extra excitement to refund- ing. The biggest problem in having such a source is keeping it secret when you're just bursting to tell your refunding friends how well you are doing. Here's a refund form to write for: Daisy-L'eggs Offer, P.O. Box 4098, Monti- cello, Minn. 55362. This $I refund offer expires June 30, 1982. Here is this week's list of refund offers. Start looking for the required refund forms, which you can obtain at the supermarket, in news- paper and magazine advertisements and from trading with friends. Mean- while, start collecting the needed proofs of purchase as detailed below. Remember, some offers are not avail- able in all areas of the coun- try. Today's refund offers have a value of $8.75. Beverages (File 8) -- Borden Refund Offer. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and one label from each of the following: Borden Instant Breakfast Drink, Kava Instant Coffee, Cremo- ra Non-Dairy Creamer. Expires April 30, 1982. -- Hi-C Refund Offer. Receive a $I refund. Send the required refund form and two "quality seals" from 64-ounce Hi-C. Expires March 31, 1982. -- International Coffees Sample Pack Offer. Receive a sample of General Foods International Coffees and refund of your postage. Send the required refund form and register tapes with the prices of two International Coffees circled. Expires April 30, 1982. -- Lipton Lemon Tree $1.25 Coupon. Receive a $1.25 coupon for 10- or 15- quart Lipton Lemon Tree Lemonade Flavor Drink Mix. Send the required refund form and two entire labels from 10- or 15-quart Lipton Lemon Tree Lemon- ade Flavor Drink Mix. Expires Dec. 31, 1983. -- Nestle Hot Cocoa Mix Offer. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and the proof-of-pur- chase seals from any two packages of Nestle Hot Cocoa Mix. Expires April 30, 1982. -- Seneca Bottled Apple Juice Coupon Offer. Receive a 50-cent coupon. Send the required refund form and the Seneca logo from the label of any Seneca Apple Sauce. Expires July 31, 1982. Bonus! This offer doesn't require a form: -- ReaLime, That Lively Lime Twist, P.O. Box 5753- C, Maple Plain, Minn. 55348. Receive "That Lively Lime Twist" cookbook. Send the word "RealLime" from the front panel of any bottle of ReaLtme Reconstituted Lime Juice. Expires Dec. 31, 1982. Cop t.19 EW BABY GIRL Angela Watanabe Lewis of Lyme, parents of a new baby Kumiko Lewis, Jan. 28 at Mary Hit- Memorial Hospital in just stays at home, cooking AlI-StateAuditions o$d.a ,v and sewing. That's just not The results of the All-State Auditions that took place on Jan. 16, 1982 are not yet known. The students who SON ARRIVES Mr and Mrs. participated should know soon Davies of Bradford, whether or not they made All- ,rents of a new baby States.  ts should be born on Jan. mailed to theacsoon, Mary Hitchcock Band Exchange 'ial Hospital in The Oxbow High Sch0al Band will be going on a weekend exchange March 26, 1982 to Pilgrim High School in SON ARRIVES Warwick, R.I. The band will Mr. and go down on Friday, March 26, iehard Lique of and return on Sunday, March are the parents of 28. boy. weighing The money for this ex- eight and one change comes from a s, born on Jan. 31 at magazine drive that the band ................ JUDY AUGUSTINE Stiff ................... LISA FARNHAM MARISA FATHERLEY KATHERINE HARTLEY LFALI[ KASPRZAK BETHANNE WRIGHT r .......... KRISTIN HERMAN M ............... ARNOW SHIELDS Union to take third place. Outstanding players for Oxbow were: John Dwyer, who was named Most Valuable Player for the tournament, and Rod Bean, who was selected as an All- Tourney team member. Air Force Band On Tuesday, Feb. 2, a contingent of the United States true." Perhaps Croteau's activist reputation comes from all of the activities that she involves herself in. She is the varsity cheerleading coach, a member of the teacher's recertification agency, the home economics association, and the Orange County Advisory board. She is also the president of the Oxbow High School Teacher's Association (OTA). Croteau says, "Working on the OTA is an interesting experience. I've learned a lot about the politics of running a school, all aspects, from the students to amuel and Lauriee Magoon Laurice Appleton wecl to Samuel Maroon BRADFOKD-- Laurice venise lace and pearls --; Annette Appleton, daughter of Sheer yoke enhanced with Mr: and Mrs. Ernest schiffle embroidery and lace Appleton, of Bradford, and Samuel Magoon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Magoon of W. Fairlee, were united in marriage Dec. 24, 1981. The Rev. Richard White officiated the double-ring ceremony at the home of the bride's parents. Laurie wore a chiffon gown with attached chapel train. Fitted sleeveless bodice and high neckline, trimmed with around the hemline skirt and train. Maid of honor was Jaquline Oanforth, friend of the bride. Erving Ricker was Best- man. Following the wedding a buffet dinner was served. The immediate families of the bride and groom were present• The couple are residing in Post Mills, Vt. Canaan Coneertante to pedorm at Glencliff GLENCLIFF--The Glencliff In his brief preliminary Home for the Elderly is lecture, illustrated with slides sponsoring "A Musical of contemporary architecture, Celebration of English painting, and costume, Professor Laurence Davie Culture, 1300-1700" by the Canaan Concertante on Friday, Feb. 19, at 2:00 p.m. in the Recreation Hall of the Home. Focusing on the role of music in church, court, country home, village, and city, the program surveys the relations between music and literature, specifically drama and lyric poetry, the significance of music in the lives of people, both ordinary and high-ranking, of the time, and the place of music in general conviviality. Using an array of authentic period instruments, the early music ensemble will perform representative works, both sacred and secular, by English composers of the medieval, Elizabethan and Jacobean periods. sets English music in literary, historical, and philosophical context, em- phasizing the nature of con. tinuity and change in ira. pertant English social in- stitutions. His unifying theme will he the renaissance idea el music as an expression el cosmic harmony. Members of the Canaan Concertante are Jean Hennig- Baarson, Earl North. Dorothy Swayze. and Matthew Weiss. Their instrumental collection includes viola de Gamba, rebec harp, psaltery, recor- ders, krumhorns, shawm, violin, bassoon and trombone. The program is funded in part by the New Hampshire Council for the Humanities. Tryouts for the musical were Wednesday, Jan. 27 and names students in Wood- BABY BOY Mr. and Mrs. mpieri of S. Ryegate, of a new baby ng nine pounds and born on Jan..30 at ospitai in Wood- comedy H00,h conducts every year. The band will travel by bus to Rhode Island. Pilgrim High School's band will come to Oxbow on April 30, 1982. They will be in the Oxbow area from Friday, April 30 to Sunday, May 2. The director of the Oxbow band, Edward Ledwith, says this is "the fourth overnight exchange" since he has been director. The last exchange the band participated in was four years ago when they went to Pennsylvania. Blue Mountain Union Tournament Don;t miss a On Thursday and Friday, of George Jan. 29 and 30, the Oxbow "Arms and Junior High School Boy's a three-act comedy .Basketball team participated the talented m a basketball tournament at Drama Blue Mountain Union School in Wells River, Vt. The Oxbow will be squad played Blue Mountain Feb. 13 at Union School on Friday, Jan. at the Memorial 29, and by winning that game Admission: 63-15 they earned the right to Rs$1.50. play Lisbon, N.H., who had beaten Haverhill, N.H. in their first game, for the Tour- nament Championship on will be a Saturday. Dance at Oxbow had no trouble in the School Championship, beating Lisbon from 8:00 by a score of 39-4, even though m. The dance is Oxbow's second string played the Connecticut much of the game. In the and the caller Consolation game, Haverhill, N.H. defeated Blue Mountain Air Force Band came to Oxbow High School to put on a show for the students. The seven piece band, called Air Waves, came from Pease Air Force base in New Hampshire. The members of the group, six men and one woman, came from places like California, Michigan, New York, and New Orleans. They played a variety of Rock and Roll music, both old and new, on guitars, drums, keyboards and horns. hie with your laxative? tried the gentle medicine they MOMENTUM ' Tablets are 50*/, stronger than Doan's. Before you lake Dean's Pills for muscular backache, remember this: MOMENTUM Tablets are 50% s|ronger than Ooon's, That means MOMENTUM gwes you 50% more Pain rehever r dose to reheve backache To reduce pare, soothe inflarnmation so muscles loosen-you can move more freely m minutes! There's no stron0er backache medication you can buy with- oul a prescrtpbon than MOMENTUM Tablels Take only as dtrected, Teacher Profile Irene Croteau, a home economics teacher at Oxbow High School for four years, describes herself as "not fitting into a slot. A lot of people think I'm an active woman's libber. I don't consider myself a stereotypical homemaker either. People have this image 4- of a homemaker as a lady who ill IMPORTANT NEWS FOR 'BAC[4CtlE SUFFERERS! Lax" and it relieves the discern- / helping restore the body's ght. You'll like the in the morning! or pills, Ex-Lax is "The Overnight the administration." In addition to all of these activities, Croteau teaches junior high home economics and, on the senior high level, clothing and textiles, and foods and nutrition. "My main objective in clothing and textiles is tO r teach students to read directions and to feel at ease with them." Croteau teaches foods and nutritions from a consumerism aspect. Buying and management of money are stressed. She says her class contains "mainly girls with a few token boys." Croteau says that her • ultimate career goal is to work for a sewing company. "Sewing is my main field of interest." However, Croteau also says she likes teaching and will probably always be involved in it. "I enjoy teaching and students. I like working with kids, they're enthusiastic, unbiased." Laundry On Feb. 1, 1982, students in the Diversified Occupations (DO) unit of the Special Education Division of Oxbow High School started operating a laundry charging 35 cents if the customer supplied detergent and 50 cents if the detergent is supplied by DO. The schedule for doing laundry was quickly filled because the students will have other school work to do. Paint Your Wagon The cast for the 1982 musical, "Paint Your Wagon", has been picked. Thursday, Jan. 28, 1982 at Oxbow High School. Annick LeyMarie and Tom Kidder decided and posted the cast Tuesday, Feb. 2, 1982. The cast is as follow: Tom Rathburn as Ben Rumson, Louise Plante as Jennifer Rumsen, Brian Emerson as Julio Valveras, Una Smit as Steve Bulnaek, Todd Perry as Jake Whippany, Laurie Williams as Elizabeth Wooding, Jody Hodge as Sarah Woodling, Ben Kunz as Jacob Woodling, Bob Gaiser as Sandy Twist, Mark Ansley as Rueben Sloan, Jeanne Hardy as Edgar Crocker, Donald Ahearn as Sam, Lisa Welch as Joe, Mike Huse as Bill, Lisa Farnham as Ed, Monies Olmstead as Jack, Pete Billings-undecided, Debbie Balcom as Yvonne Sorel, Sandy Perry as Suzanne Duval, Sam Kunz as Salem Trumbull, Cherry Jourdel- undecided, Martin Sanborn as Mike Mooney, Nelson Olm- stead as Hand, Read Carlan as Raymond Janney, Heidi Smit as Elsie Smith, Amy Eilertson as Mary, Denni Pratt as Jane, AI Sidney as Jasper, Jack Monahan as Dutchie, Coach- man-undecided, Fandangos (dancers) -- Kris Search, Eiene Demetrules, Heidi Hood, Michelle CIough, Michelle Ayala, Christy Thurston, Townspeople and extras--Anne Brock, Ann Kelly, Sharon Miller, Gayle Balcom, Jac Monahan. The musical will be per- formed April 2 and 3. 1982 at Oxbow High School. A&W ARTESIAN WELL CO. •tnce 19)0 BeX 176, bdlim, N.IL 1402-2954111 m Deam BURLINGTON-- Tht following students from withir the Journal Opinion cir culation have been named t( the Dean's List at Champlait College for the fall semester: : Melanie F. Brown, daughtm of Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Brown, Jr. of Bradford, a senior in executiv secretarial. Sheri D. Osgood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Osgood of Bradford, a senior in Executive Secretarial. Kenda Sweet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sweet el Bradford, a senior in Management. Robert B. Taylor, son of Mr. Bruce A. Taylor of Fairlee, a senior in Management. To he named to the Dean's List, a student at Champlain College must achieve a semester average of 3.5 or better with no grade below B and have taken at least 12 semester hours of classes. Champlain College has 2C programs leading to av Associate in Science (A.S.) Degree. Programs are available in arts and sciences. business administration. community services and secretarial science. A two-year career oriente˘ institution, Champlain Collegl was founded in 1878. THANKSGIVING Novena to St, Jude 0 Holy St. Jude, Apostle and Mortyr, greet in virtue Ond rich in miro˘les, neor kinsmen of Jesus Christ, faithful intercessor of off who invoke your sp:iol potronoge in time of need, to you I hove recourse from the depth of my ha and humdy beg to whom God • hos given such great power to come to my ossistonce. Help me in my present and urgont petition. In retUrn, I prondse to moke your rmn known, Ond couse you to be invoked. Soy three Our Fathers, three Hail Mors and GJorios. Publicoti mst be ffomised. St. Jude proy for us and oll who invoko your oid, Amen, This Novena has never been known to fail. I hove hod my request granted. PuDcotlon promi.d. M.$. WOODSVILLE beth Nelson 7.7-3429 Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wyman, Sr. of N. Haverhill have announced the engagement of their daughter, Debra Lynn Wyman to Shawn Michael McKean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert McKean of town. They are both seniors at Woodsville High School. No date has been set for the wedding. Snowmobile Clubs Mid-Season Dance The Connecticut Valley Snowmobile Club and the Newbury Border Riders will sponsor a Mid-Season Dance at the Community Building on Feb. 6 with Dong Blake and North Country providing the music. The ride scheduled for Jan. 31 by the Connecticut Valley Snowmobile Club was can- celled. Woodsville High School Woodsville High School held its annual Winter Carnival last week with skating and snow sculpture among the activities. A Turkey Dinner was held in conjunction with the event at the Community Building on the 13th. St. Joseph's Catholic Church The Altar Society met in the rectory and recently elected officers as follows: President, Rita Lackie; First Vice President, Lisa Torres; Secretary, Marie Bryer; Treasurer, Barbara Roy. It was voted to send flowers to Lisa Torres on the occasion of the birth of a son, Andrew David, eight pounds, 2 ounces, and to Winifred Morin to wish a speedy recovery for her broken arm. It was alSO r decided that the organization will do the spring cleaning after the,installation of the new stainless steel sink. All equipment for this effort will he bought by the club. A Valentine's Party is planned by the Altar Society for Feb. 9 and members of St. Eugene's Altar Society will he invited. Father Milne and Kent Riach started classes for high school young people on Jan. 31 with instructions, refresh- ments and answer period. The first in a series of Christian Life studies was held for adults in the Rectory on Jan. 25. Ms. Diane Des Bois presented the program. Family communication films from the Paulist press were shown giving new insights and ideas. Included in the program were discussion and questions regarding com- munications with spouse and children and communications in sex education for children. News Briefs Recent callers of Portia Riley were William and Barbara Hall of Rumney and the Rev. John Hooker of Newhnry. Sixty-six people from the area participate in aerobic dancing classes each week. Stephen Parker left Jan. 31 for the New Tribes Boot Camp in Pennsylvania. (so,,,,) ;'" if Holly Watemmn engaged to Paul Stalder I'IERM()NT Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. la, m Stabler tff Richard Waterman of Pier- BirminghanLAla. mont. N.Ii. ahnounce the A Spring wedding is plan- engagement of their daughter, ned. ih)lly, to Paul Stablcr, son of ii I _ • i " -- I 00,00rAll leur I I Yl  ,0.- ,,- IE ' "% . I ,I I/1. o.,,.,. ,,. l '  • -, • it.Ill/, to-French I ch.,. ESTLEBANON. NH i I  j v==vlp, Mt4ee .^nONAt mD*,L sr, m: | Sat. 10-5 mAMONDS From $195 to $20,000 For Your Valentine SETS S. F. 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