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February 17, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 woomvittl Hampshh'e s,.,es.m Rev. Edwin Miine. Saturday Eve Moss, 6:30 p.m. Sunday Mosses, 8 a.m. ond 10 o.m. |ATN St. Ldm's Ephselml Sunday Service - 9 o.m., Wondsvilie, H.H. Rev. Frames Potter, Holy Communion 1 st, 3rd and Sth Sundays - 11:00 o.m./doming Prayer, 2nd and 4th, Sundays- Mlff0N 11:00 o.m. Sunday School, 9:45 Cberdlefflleilasenxm 11 o.m. Evening Rev. Hyseng. Ixtor. Sunday, 9:45 o.m., . - Prayer Meeting Sunday school. 11 a.m., morning worship. 7 p.m., evening worship. Wednesday, 7:15 p.m., mid-week service. Sunday Services 11 p.m. Prayer Montmg, Wed. 2 IlilCUR School - 10:00- - II:00 o.rn.- - 6:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. IIAVmSKL Services - 9:30 ,m, hd Rev. William t. Shofer, pastor. Sunday, 11 a.m., meralng worship; church school for pre- school children. Tuesdays, 6:30 o.m., men's breakfast. Halen Rutherford is leading a Bie study group at her home on Thursdays from 9:30-11 o.m.; everye is welcome. Cdrv ksUt Cb, r Albert E. Parker, pastor. Sunday, 10 a.m., Sunday school. 11:00 morning worship. 7 p.m. evening mice. Wednesday, 7 p.m., prayer meeting. Saturday, 7 p.m., young paolde's meeting. Vermont l u.c.. Rev. John Knight - Sunday Services 10:45, SundaySchonl 9:30 a.m. - Child Care Provided. Gvese Netlllst Ckwd0 Brodfard, Vt. Rev. James Boudreau. Sunday Services 10:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:15 a.m. All Ages Invited. Sunday Schoul 9:45 a.m., MouRn 9 Worship Griffith- 9:00 a.m., Youth p.m., Private Tutoring N.H. Rev. Ralph Hysong. 11:00 a.m., Mid-Week Bible Study Thurs., end7 p.m., Wed., 7 7:30 p.m. S o.m. Oer Ledy d Peqnd Ibip C1,mh Bradford, Vt. Father James Cannon C.s.s.R. --m---- Sat. Mass, 5:15 p.m. SUn. Moss., 9:00 and ...... COMNTN Stephen I. Palmer, pastor. Surxloy School, 9:45 o.m. Morning Worship, 11. Evening Service, 7. l'Xrt R'.'S;vicas 11 . . 11:{30 o.m., Sumlay School 9,45 o.m., Pot A_. P 9:45a m" - a.m., Xlay Luck & Vespers Thursday, 6:00 p.m. Choir . ! - ".._____,__ rehearsal, Thursdoys, 730 p.m. h., FAIIU! ! st. mm, Ci [r..] . _ . WMIN *. The Rev. WiNiam Atkiason. Sunday Service, A%,,,.   10:30 a.m. HC frst, third and fifth. Sundeys /* wship, 10o.m. andMP, secondondfaurthSundays. news00 'O.RD--On Peb. 2, at the the valley. ts -h"r-sSStev,,,ur dinner, all the Mike Schonberg, The Hau Fedonmda 10:00 a.m., Rnv. Arthur Bnglay. Sunday School 10:00 o.m. Youth Folinwship Sunday evening. Youth Fellowship Grades 7 through 12. All ore walcome. IllWINIIT cmsewk, u.c.. Rev. John Hnggerty, Sunday Services - 11 u.m. Church Schoai 10 a.m. Iloml IIMo amJ N, Vt. Rev. Joseph Binoldi. Sunday School, 9:45 o.m. Nk)ralng Service, 11 o.m. Evening Fellowship, 7:30 p.m. Bible Study, Wed., 7:30 p.m. IfflAlrll Udd Pmho Chw Rev. Marion T. Redding. Sunday Worship, 11:30 o.m. Church School, 9 o.m. Nil IiIWllllr em-dq Admt Elder Lee Mooning. Worship Service, Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Roy. Lee Manning. Saturday Services - Sabbath School - 1 p.m. Worship Service - 2:30 p.m. ItlGM! Iktd lqtadn Ckd0 Rev. Morion T. Rodding. Sunday Worship, 10 o.m. Ourch Schoai, 9 o.m. UNION VItLAFA 'lNinn VUbge Methedbt Cbwk Union Villnge, Vt. Paster -- Rev. Gary Wait. Uited Services during the winter with Iketfed Center Tkm4kt Frast Ckwdn Morning Service 10:30 o.m. All ages invited. WlUS ItNBI Night Mass - 7:00 p.m. Sunday Mass. - 9:30 o,m, Service - 10:30 o.m. Child core provided. Sunday School - 9 o.m. Nnl/SlIY ceq.wet u.cc. Rev. Joseph Du, Pastor. Sqday Services 10:45 a.m., Church Schou| - 10:45 .m. 111151' FAIIIIJ w rv,4on coqnqmil Ckerd0 Pastor, Gordon Coek, Sudey School, 9:15 a.m.; Worship Service, 10:30 a.m.; Prayer Service (SUn.), 7,00 p.m.; Tues. Laclies Bilde Study, 10:00 o.m.; Fdowship Night (Wed.), 7:00 p.m. Coor- having birthdays dinator for the Upper Valley the month were Senior Volunteer Program Each month a (RSVP), was present and cake, decorated and candles is provided and person blows out the and is served the first of cake. Etta Hatch of N. l, 84 years young, was al one at this dinner. Worthley, of E inth, who could not attend his January birthday, an ovation for his Wells, of Lebanon, a f tee group on- at piano for a of good old tunes. with his talent pleasure to many and others in spoke briefly of our hope of expansion of RSVP, friendly visits to those living alone, ill or in nursing homes; tran- sportation, entertainment, telephone reassurance which means a daily call to check on a person living alone are all ways of helping others. Howard Seiners of Orford is the Orford Site Manager of Upper Valley Senior Citizens Council Inc. and may be contacted by anyone-wishing to participate. Douglas RoBe is President of the Orford Site Senior Citizens Advisory Committee. Ann Seiners is Vice President, Charlotte Keller, secretary; Gladys RoBe, treasurer; and Edythe Watson, en- tertainment chairman. Our Feb. 9 dinner was made festive by gay Valentine nut cups on the tables, made by Marcia Willis. Then we en- joyed really foot-tapping music with Leon Woodward on the accordian and Larry Morse at the piano. Some dance to the old favorites and even managed a square dance and later a little hymn sing. Again we are grateful to those who take time to give us en- tertainment. Those who wished to, had blood pressure taken by Joan Harris, of the Orford Com- munity Health Services. This too is a helpful service. Everyone was glad he or she came in spite of the snowy weather. ENDLESS JOB-- Just about when you have the driveway clear, the snowplow comes along. At least that's what Floyd Smith may be thinking in the above picture. (PHOTO BY F. ROBBIHS) Rudman's I repre00nta00ve Social in Woo&vme , - - WOODSVILLE-- U.S. Senator representative will be available to constituents in the orNl [u" Woodsville area on Tuesday, nlg'#ll  Feb. 23 from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. in the selectmen's office. Berlin staff assistant Posy . ,] : ?L?, ,', Bass will be available to "" ",/.T''", ''' anyone experiencing dif- ,| lf/f ] 1 IT --"OO"o*' '- m.,.  p',,,. WEST LEBANON. N H i ficulties with the federal II//lir_ _, French u,.V.L,. government or wishing to .t.Xh_. concern.discuss matters of mutual ! "  llllip' .,uet, ^r,A * Jv: If area residents are unable to contact Posy Bass during office hours, they may call Senator Rudman's Berlin office at 157 Main Street in Berlin. Phone 752-2604. ORFORD SCHOOL BOARD ORFORD-- The Orford School Board will meet on Monday, Feb. 22 for an additional regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the Memorial Hall. Aunt Area cancer society will o hold annual daffodil da / - IO0tL,  HANOVER--Frederic Dawe, hospitals and nursing homes president of the Upper Valley will receive free daffodils. / Hatth Cada" Chapter of The American President Daweisconfident Cancer Society's New that the sale will be successful Hampshire Division an-for he has ordered 20,000 WENTWORTH-- WIC, the special supplemental food program for women, infants, and children is the newest service added to the Health Program at Mount Moosilauke Health Center in Warren. Currently WIC is serving 47 families here with 75 persons involved. The service is free to those who are eligible. What does WIC do? It provides guidance and nutritious fol&to people with special needs for growth. The WIC group meets at the center on the second Wednesday of the month from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., with mothers who have made appointments. The nutritionists counsel the mothers about their special nutritional needs. The babies are periodically weighed and measured and vouchers are issued for certain foods as individually required. For instance: pregnant women, breast-feeding women and children aged one through four years, may receive fortified milk and or cheese, eggs, cereal high in iron, fruit juice high in vitamins C; died beans, peas or peanut batter. Women are encouraged TO breastfeed their infants. However, women who choose COUPON CLIPPER How Fuller Ompanies really and refund same product time? do -- and more most shoppers a company a coupon dis- a refund offer as same promotion. manufacturers that will a year or several months refund offer on product. have a file of and refund forms check each time did: tooth- at four went to her and found two saved her an 40 cents. She also refund her a $1 three of San Jose, checking the spe- ' newspaper when that 18-ounce Wisk for 96 cents. In file, she found a and a $1 Her planning rewarded when to the store and it was offering E. Janvrin of Minn., was to see a discount Nestea for in her then went file and found coupon. More roduced a $1 offer that only one proof of made 75 Janvrin. not to breastfeed may receive supplemental food for the infant. Infants less than four months can receive an iron fortified formula. Infants 4 months through 12 months: iron fortified formula, iron- fortified infant cereal, fruit juice. If medical conditions in- dicate an allergy to the use or an ironJortified formula, the doctor may prescribe a special formula. WIC foods are sup- plemental. They provide only some of the needed nutrients so all are advised to eat a variety of foods to obtain all the nutrients required for good health. Who is eligible for WIC service? Pregnant women, breast-feeding women and children through four years if they meet these three con- ditions: 1. A physician, nurse, or other health professional must determine if a woman or her child is at nutritional risk because of medical problems or inadequate diet. nounced today that the Upper Valley Chapter will hold its annual Daffodil Days on March 19 and 20, according to Frederick Dawe, president of the Upper Valley Chapter of the American Cancer Society's New Hampshire Division. Chairing this event will he Linda McGreavy of Hanover assisted by Claire Spaulding of Lebanon. This special event signify's the start of the an- nual Crusade to raise funds to fight cancer. The funds received in this project will be used in the American Cancer Society's programs of research, education and service to cancer patients. The daffodil has been selected because it is the first flower of Spring and, to many, represents the hope of the new seasons -- hope for a world free of cancer. Daffodils will he on sale at area banks, local shops and grocery stores. They will he sold for $3.00 a bunch. Area BLUE MOUNTAIN 2. She must live in an area SCHOOL BOARD served by a WIC program. WELLS RIVER-- There will 3. Her income must fall be a meeting of the Blue below the standard set by the Mountain District School WIC program, Beard on Wednesday, Feb. 17 A mother can call the center in the Home Economics Room at 764-5525 to learn if she is at Blue Mountain High School. eligible. A special children's room is being set up at the center and INTERESTING FACT donations of a crib, toys, and a Historians believe fire was play pen pad would be most discovered some 400,000 years welcome, ago. School gives credits to find double and triple discounts for life experience I'- "-'-'T--  ----- -'-----1 of-purchase symbols from HANOVER--C]EP (College- knowledge. l   / (    I the backs of any. five Mo.rton Level Examination Program) The School for Lifelong l  \\;,/  /  I frozen proauets. ,'zplres tests give learners the op- Learning acknowledges the l --. //  . '4 I April 30, 1982,, . portunity to get college credit fact that adults do learn from ,I //'',,.-::' ' "%"% /'() I' II Refund-- Ovaltine Soffer. ReceiveCCa aMlX$1 achievementbY taking testsand inPaSsingvarious th.eirclassroomeXperienCesand outside the encourages I p__.fl _ I ref.M. Send the required | refund form a,d three discipline areas. The five adults to participate in the c c t -. x.., j J proof-of-purchase panels general examination areas CLEP program by taking one are: English Composition, or more tests. There will he Humanities, Mathematics, informational meetings about SociaIScienCes & History, and the CLEP program in Natural Science. In addition, Hanover on Wednesday, Mar. there are subject 3, at the Montshire Museum on examinations (eg. American Lyme Road and in Claremont History, Introductory on Thursday, Mar. 4, at the Accounting, College Algebra Fiske Free Library on Broad and many more) which can he Street. Both meetings are taken, according to Anne scheduled for 6:30 p.m. These Thayer of the School for informational meetings will enable all interested persons wanted TO give Uncle Ben's Rice Fries a try. She remembered that she had two 50-cent coupons but was surprised to also discover a $1 refund form in her files. She used her coupons to purchase two packages for 19 cents each. After sne received her $1 refund, she had made a "home run" profit of 82 cents. "It is an exciting way to go shopping," she says. Pat Smith of Mantua, Ohio, was pleased to find Aunt Jemima Pancake Mix on sale for 99 cents. She then went to her file and found a 40-cent coupon and an offer of a free bottle of Aunt Jem- ima Syrup in return for one proof of purchase. "The free syrup more than paid for my pancake mix and made eating them all the more delicious," she says. Combining supermarket specials with coupons and refunds is without a doubt the most exciting and profit- able supermarket game in town. H you haven't tried it, you certainly should. All the smart shoppers mentioned in this column will receive a copy of the refunding magazine, The National Supermarket Shopper. Send me your smart shopping experiences PM-066, E1 Paso, Texas 79966. Send for this form by 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 Eurchase as detailed below, temember, some offers are not avail- able in all areas of the coun- try. Today's refund offers have a value of $10.99. Mlleelhmenns Non-Food Products (File 9) -- Baker's Joy Challenge. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form, the proof-of-purchase seal cut from the Baker's Joy cap and the register tape with the price circled. Expires April 30, 1982. -- Magic Shell Ice Cream Offer. Receive a $1 coupon for ice cream. Send the required refund form and the words "Shake Well ' from two Magic Shell back labels. Expires Aug. 81, 1982. -- Morton Quick and Easy. Receive $2 in Morton coupons. Send the required refund form and the proof- -- Pepperidge Farm Stuffing Offer. Receive a bag of Peppertdge Farm Stuffing and a leaflet with 11 stuffmg recipe ideas. Send the required refund form, the ingredient panel from any Pepperidge Farm Stuffing, the ingredient pan- el from any Pepporidge Farm Rolls and the label from any cranberry sauce. Expires April 30, 1982. -- Pillsbury Gingerbread- Cider $1 Refund Offer. Send the required refund form, the top..Linels from two box- es of Pillsbury Gingerbread Mix and the label from any apple cider. Expires May 31, 1982. -- Progresso Refund Offer. Receive five 20-cent coupons. Send the required refund form and the rro- eSSo mailing addresses m any five Progresso products. Expires May 81, 1982. Bonus! This offer doesn't require a form: -- Hamburger Helper Cookbook Offer, Box 5403, Minneapolis, Minn. 55460. Receive the "Hamburger Helper Soup Cookbook." Send two Hamburger Helper box bottoms. Expires Dec. 31, 1982. stmz Lifelong Learning. Thayer said CLEP tests help learners demonstrate the knowledge that they have acquired on their own through less formal learning ex- periences and provide colleges with the information necessary to recognize college-level learning and award credit for that WELL DRILLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE ( A,PL[ T[ W,aT[R SYSTE/S INSTALLED FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI Artesian Well Co. R D Boe, V' 476 4832 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE to learn more about the CLEP program and find out how the program will help them, said Thayer. The date for the ad- ministration of CLEP tests is set for Saturday, April 24. The tests must be ordered by no later than March 10 as no tests can be taken without preregistration. For more information and to order CLEP tests, contact either School for Lifelong Learning office. In Hanover, the office is at the Regional Center for Educational Training, 45 Lyme Road (603- 643-5666) and in Claremont, the office is at the Adult Education Office, Claremont Jr. High School (603-542-4719). OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS BRADFORD-- Overeaters Anonymous meets every Thursday at Orange County Mental Health from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. There will boa guest speaker this week. DIAMONDS . WATCHES I We Repair ACCUTI:)N, TIMEX | ' and A;I Makes | i, [4-3351 I daffodils. Last year's sale figure was 10,000. The flowers will he stored at Roberts Florist. PaulaMason Bread and Kathy Oakes will also be assisting with the drive as well as area garden clubs and Of " women's organizations. Life HUMMINGBIRD PROGRAM HANOVER-- Dr. Frances Natural Living Center McCnn will provide a program on hummingbirds, their protective coloration, m!gratory patterns and umque flight process. This program will be illustrated with specimens from the Museum's collection and a showing of Crawford Greenwalt's classic stroboscopic film study of the hummingbird's astonishing flight pattern. The program begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Montshire Museum, 45 Lyme Road, Hanover, Tuesday, Feb. 16. THANKSGIVING Novena to St. Jude 0 Holy St. Jude, Apostle 0rid Martyr, great in virtue end rich in mimdas, near kinsman of Jesus Christ, faithful intercesso of oll who invoke your special patr in time of need, to you I have recourse from the depth of my heart and humbly beg to whom God has given such great power to come to my assistance. Help me in my present and urgent pafition. In return, I promise to make your name known, Route 5, Upper Plain, Bradford, Vt (Downstairs From Mark Harris) Tel. (802) 222-9630 . Specials Feb. 12-24 Brown Rice-0rganic ...65' lb. (Long and Medium grain) Molasses...87*lb. (your jar) Cashew Pcs .... $1.7900b. (raw) , We Also Have Herbs (Bulk) Honey (3 Iqnds) Produce Vitamins (Nature's Plus) Fresh Breads & Rolls i* i ii i i ii i Bulk Foods And Much More II IIIIII Free Vegetarian Cooking/Nutrition Program One Sunday Each Month, 1-4 P.M. and cause you to be invoked. I i i iiiiiillllllll ii I I Soy three Or Fathers, three Hail " . . b|rysondGIorios.Publicmionmmtbe Hours. Men. Thurs. 9 A.M. 5 P.M. promised. St. Jude pray far us and all who invoke your aid, Amen. This Friday o-.... -- oUi,uq Odqn P.M. g.1 P.M. Hovena hos never been known to fail, I have had my retBst granted. * $1 Per Year Membership Required. P'a'n"  " ''[ "W E ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS I l[ II 00,aoo, ooo . ! I I I for the vermont A eq'sP tpastfouryoamo ,0"11 k I J M tl'um $&B mflllon has been won il V  a oas le lt aJo fo t.he ftm of it, Of oouree, not everyone again not everyone wins each tLu'xe the p]a !:x1o, 1 a zffie t.toket, or pazllte Ineome oze gszne of . In a sense, all Vermont ooneistent have winnr. Over the last four yeses more than 4  m net Ity proceeds have been deposited m the 8tare eneI1 Revenue Ftm This is ax added sotu-x of 8ta arenue t. does not need otrlae to be raised by taxes. Between now and Maxch 1, an additional 18,000 in prize mone will be available to plab-ePs of the Lottery's new Mon Match II t game. If you have never purchased an t IYtery Ucket this culd be your gazn. There are 9e,ooo wmnmg tickets watmg to be  mtohed  aswlnners st more than salos locations t Vermont, The ae  of wlrmAng a each prize is 1 In 8. t odds whenyou oouldwln up i,O00 v or for the end-of-gaxne K},O( " Grand Prize.* And tt best paet on costs Sz. On yca.w naxt vimt to a stove, zurets bee, 8tare Liquor, Store or other business whore tttery uckes are nold, ask r a Money Mate II tlokt  of . c. You mlght wln $10, , O or as much as $,000. Someone will. IoclUaons, Ormd Prize -- $10,000 r S ymmL I II I II I II I I I H I II III I I u I February 17, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 woomvittl Hampshh'e s,.,es.m Rev. Edwin Miine. Saturday Eve Moss, 6:30 p.m. Sunday Mosses, 8 a.m. ond 10 o.m. |ATN St. Ldm's Ephselml Sunday Service - 9 o.m., Wondsvilie, H.H. Rev. Frames Potter, Holy Communion 1 st, 3rd and Sth Sundays - 11:00 o.m./doming Prayer, 2nd and 4th, Sundays- Mlff0N 11:00 o.m. Sunday School, 9:45 Cberdlefflleilasenxm 11 o.m. Evening Rev. Hyseng. Ixtor. Sunday, 9:45 o.m., . - Prayer Meeting Sunday school. 11 a.m., morning worship. 7 p.m., evening worship. Wednesday, 7:15 p.m., mid-week service. Sunday Services 11 p.m. Prayer Montmg, Wed. 2 IlilCUR School - 10:00- - II:00 o.rn.- - 6:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. IIAVmSKL Services - 9:30 ,m, hd Rev. William t. Shofer, pastor. Sunday, 11 a.m., meralng worship; church school for pre- school children. Tuesdays, 6:30 o.m., men's breakfast. Halen Rutherford is leading a Bie study group at her home on Thursdays from 9:30-11 o.m.; everye is welcome. Cdrv ksUt Cb, r Albert E. Parker, pastor. Sunday, 10 a.m., Sunday school. 11:00 morning worship. 7 p.m. evening mice. Wednesday, 7 p.m., prayer meeting. Saturday, 7 p.m., young paolde's meeting. Vermont l u.c.. Rev. John Knight - Sunday Services 10:45, SundaySchonl 9:30 a.m. - Child Care Provided. Gvese Netlllst Ckwd0 Brodfard, Vt. Rev. James Boudreau. Sunday Services 10:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:15 a.m. All Ages Invited. Sunday Schoul 9:45 a.m., MouRn 9 Worship Griffith- 9:00 a.m., Youth p.m., Private Tutoring N.H. Rev. Ralph Hysong. 11:00 a.m., Mid-Week Bible Study Thurs., end7 p.m., Wed., 7 7:30 p.m. S o.m. Oer Ledy d Peqnd Ibip C1,mh Bradford, Vt. Father James Cannon C.s.s.R. --m---- Sat. Mass, 5:15 p.m. SUn. Moss., 9:00 and ...... COMNTN Stephen I. Palmer, pastor. Surxloy School, 9:45 o.m. Morning Worship, 11. Evening Service, 7. l'Xrt R'.'S;vicas 11 . . 11:{30 o.m., Sumlay School 9,45 o.m., Pot A_. P 9:45a m" - a.m., Xlay Luck & Vespers Thursday, 6:00 p.m. Choir . ! - ".._____,__ rehearsal, Thursdoys, 730 p.m. h., FAIIU! ! st. mm, Ci [r..] . _ . WMIN *. The Rev. WiNiam Atkiason. Sunday Service, A%,,,.   10:30 a.m. HC frst, third and fifth. Sundeys /* wship, 10o.m. andMP, secondondfaurthSundays. news00 'O.RD--On Peb. 2, at the the valley. ts -h"r-sSStev,,,ur dinner, all the Mike Schonberg, The Hau Fedonmda 10:00 a.m., Rnv. Arthur Bnglay. Sunday School 10:00 o.m. Youth Folinwship Sunday evening. Youth Fellowship Grades 7 through 12. All ore walcome. IllWINIIT cmsewk, u.c.. Rev. John Hnggerty, Sunday Services - 11 u.m. Church Schoai 10 a.m. Iloml IIMo amJ N, Vt. Rev. Joseph Binoldi. Sunday School, 9:45 o.m. Nk)ralng Service, 11 o.m. Evening Fellowship, 7:30 p.m. Bible Study, Wed., 7:30 p.m. IfflAlrll Udd Pmho Chw Rev. Marion T. Redding. Sunday Worship, 11:30 o.m. Church School, 9 o.m. Nil IiIWllllr em-dq Admt Elder Lee Mooning. Worship Service, Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Roy. Lee Manning. Saturday Services - Sabbath School - 1 p.m. Worship Service - 2:30 p.m. ItlGM! Iktd lqtadn Ckd0 Rev. Morion T. Rodding. Sunday Worship, 10 o.m. Ourch Schoai, 9 o.m. UNION VItLAFA 'lNinn VUbge Methedbt Cbwk Union Villnge, Vt. Paster -- Rev. Gary Wait. Uited Services during the winter with Iketfed Center Tkm4kt Frast Ckwdn Morning Service 10:30 o.m. All ages invited. WlUS ItNBI Night Mass - 7:00 p.m. Sunday Mass. - 9:30 o,m, Service - 10:30 o.m. Child core provided. Sunday School - 9 o.m. Nnl/SlIY ceq.wet u.cc. Rev. Joseph Du, Pastor. Sqday Services 10:45 a.m., Church Schou| - 10:45 .m. 111151' FAIIIIJ w rv,4on coqnqmil Ckerd0 Pastor, Gordon Coek, Sudey School, 9:15 a.m.; Worship Service, 10:30 a.m.; Prayer Service (SUn.), 7,00 p.m.; Tues. Laclies Bilde Study, 10:00 o.m.; Fdowship Night (Wed.), 7:00 p.m. Coor- having birthdays dinator for the Upper Valley the month were Senior Volunteer Program Each month a (RSVP), was present and cake, decorated and candles is provided and person blows out the and is served the first of cake. Etta Hatch of N. l, 84 years young, was al one at this dinner. Worthley, of E inth, who could not attend his January birthday, an ovation for his Wells, of Lebanon, a f tee group on- at piano for a of good old tunes. with his talent pleasure to many and others in spoke briefly of our hope of expansion of RSVP, friendly visits to those living alone, ill or in nursing homes; tran- sportation, entertainment, telephone reassurance which means a daily call to check on a person living alone are all ways of helping others. Howard Seiners of Orford is the Orford Site Manager of Upper Valley Senior Citizens Council Inc. and may be contacted by anyone-wishing to participate. Douglas RoBe is President of the Orford Site Senior Citizens Advisory Committee. Ann Seiners is Vice President, Charlotte Keller, secretary; Gladys RoBe, treasurer; and Edythe Watson, en- tertainment chairman. Our Feb. 9 dinner was made festive by gay Valentine nut cups on the tables, made by Marcia Willis. Then we en- joyed really foot-tapping music with Leon Woodward on the accordian and Larry Morse at the piano. Some dance to the old favorites and even managed a square dance and later a little hymn sing. Again we are grateful to those who take time to give us en- tertainment. Those who wished to, had blood pressure taken by Joan Harris, of the Orford Com- munity Health Services. This too is a helpful service. Everyone was glad he or she came in spite of the snowy weather. ENDLESS JOB-- Just about when you have the driveway clear, the snowplow comes along. At least that's what Floyd Smith may be thinking in the above picture. (PHOTO BY F. ROBBIHS) Rudman's I repre00nta00ve Social in Woo&vme , - - WOODSVILLE-- U.S. Senator representative will be available to constituents in the orNl [u" Woodsville area on Tuesday, nlg'#ll  Feb. 23 from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. in the selectmen's office. Berlin staff assistant Posy . ,] : ?L?, ,', Bass will be available to "" ",/.T''", ''' anyone experiencing dif- ,| lf/f ] 1 IT --"OO"o*' '- m.,.  p',,,. WEST LEBANON. N H i ficulties with the federal II//lir_ _, French u,.V.L,. government or wishing to .t.Xh_. concern.discuss matters of mutual ! "  llllip' .,uet, ^r,A * Jv: If area residents are unable to contact Posy Bass during office hours, they may call Senator Rudman's Berlin office at 157 Main Street in Berlin. Phone 752-2604. ORFORD SCHOOL BOARD ORFORD-- The Orford School Board will meet on Monday, Feb. 22 for an additional regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the Memorial Hall. Aunt Area cancer society will o hold annual daffodil da / - IO0tL,  HANOVER--Frederic Dawe, hospitals and nursing homes president of the Upper Valley will receive free daffodils. / Hatth Cada" Chapter of The American President Daweisconfident Cancer Society's New that the sale will be successful Hampshire Division an-for he has ordered 20,000 WENTWORTH-- WIC, the special supplemental food program for women, infants, and children is the newest service added to the Health Program at Mount Moosilauke Health Center in Warren. Currently WIC is serving 47 families here with 75 persons involved. The service is free to those who are eligible. What does WIC do? It provides guidance and nutritious fol&to people with special needs for growth. The WIC group meets at the center on the second Wednesday of the month from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., with mothers who have made appointments. The nutritionists counsel the mothers about their special nutritional needs. The babies are periodically weighed and measured and vouchers are issued for certain foods as individually required. For instance: pregnant women, breast-feeding women and children aged one through four years, may receive fortified milk and or cheese, eggs, cereal high in iron, fruit juice high in vitamins C; died beans, peas or peanut batter. Women are encouraged TO breastfeed their infants. However, women who choose COUPON CLIPPER How Fuller Ompanies really and refund same product time? do -- and more most shoppers a company a coupon dis- a refund offer as same promotion. manufacturers that will a year or several months refund offer on product. have a file of and refund forms check each time did: tooth- at four went to her and found two saved her an 40 cents. She also refund her a $1 three of San Jose, checking the spe- ' newspaper when that 18-ounce Wisk for 96 cents. In file, she found a and a $1 Her planning rewarded when to the store and it was offering E. Janvrin of Minn., was to see a discount Nestea for in her then went file and found coupon. More roduced a $1 offer that only one proof of made 75 Janvrin. not to breastfeed may receive supplemental food for the infant. Infants less than four months can receive an iron fortified formula. Infants 4 months through 12 months: iron fortified formula, iron- fortified infant cereal, fruit juice. If medical conditions in- dicate an allergy to the use or an ironJortified formula, the doctor may prescribe a special formula. WIC foods are sup- plemental. They provide only some of the needed nutrients so all are advised to eat a variety of foods to obtain all the nutrients required for good health. Who is eligible for WIC service? Pregnant women, breast-feeding women and children through four years if they meet these three con- ditions: 1. A physician, nurse, or other health professional must determine if a woman or her child is at nutritional risk because of medical problems or inadequate diet. nounced today that the Upper Valley Chapter will hold its annual Daffodil Days on March 19 and 20, according to Frederick Dawe, president of the Upper Valley Chapter of the American Cancer Society's New Hampshire Division. Chairing this event will he Linda McGreavy of Hanover assisted by Claire Spaulding of Lebanon. This special event signify's the start of the an- nual Crusade to raise funds to fight cancer. The funds received in this project will be used in the American Cancer Society's programs of research, education and service to cancer patients. The daffodil has been selected because it is the first flower of Spring and, to many, represents the hope of the new seasons -- hope for a world free of cancer. Daffodils will he on sale at area banks, local shops and grocery stores. They will he sold for $3.00 a bunch. Area BLUE MOUNTAIN 2. She must live in an area SCHOOL BOARD served by a WIC program. WELLS RIVER-- There will 3. Her income must fall be a meeting of the Blue below the standard set by the Mountain District School WIC program, Beard on Wednesday, Feb. 17 A mother can call the center in the Home Economics Room at 764-5525 to learn if she is at Blue Mountain High School. eligible. A special children's room is being set up at the center and INTERESTING FACT donations of a crib, toys, and a Historians believe fire was play pen pad would be most discovered some 400,000 years welcome, ago. School gives credits to find double and triple discounts for life experience I'- "-'-'T--  ----- -'-----1 of-purchase symbols from HANOVER--C]EP (College- knowledge. l   / (    I the backs of any. five Mo.rton Level Examination Program) The School for Lifelong l  \\;,/  /  I frozen proauets. ,'zplres tests give learners the op- Learning acknowledges the l --. //  . '4 I April 30, 1982,, . portunity to get college credit fact that adults do learn from ,I //'',,.-::' ' "%"% /'() I' II Refund-- Ovaltine Soffer. ReceiveCCa aMlX$1 achievementbY taking testsand inPaSsingvarious th.eirclassroomeXperienCesand outside the encourages I p__.fl _ I ref.M. Send the required | refund form a,d three discipline areas. The five adults to participate in the c c t -. x.., j J proof-of-purchase panels general examination areas CLEP program by taking one are: English Composition, or more tests. There will he Humanities, Mathematics, informational meetings about SociaIScienCes & History, and the CLEP program in Natural Science. In addition, Hanover on Wednesday, Mar. there are subject 3, at the Montshire Museum on examinations (eg. American Lyme Road and in Claremont History, Introductory on Thursday, Mar. 4, at the Accounting, College Algebra Fiske Free Library on Broad and many more) which can he Street. Both meetings are taken, according to Anne scheduled for 6:30 p.m. These Thayer of the School for informational meetings will enable all interested persons wanted TO give Uncle Ben's Rice Fries a try. She remembered that she had two 50-cent coupons but was surprised to also discover a $1 refund form in her files. She used her coupons to purchase two packages for 19 cents each. After sne received her $1 refund, she had made a "home run" profit of 82 cents. "It is an exciting way to go shopping," she says. Pat Smith of Mantua, Ohio, was pleased to find Aunt Jemima Pancake Mix on sale for 99 cents. She then went to her file and found a 40-cent coupon and an offer of a free bottle of Aunt Jem- ima Syrup in return for one proof of purchase. "The free syrup more than paid for my pancake mix and made eating them all the more delicious," she says. Combining supermarket specials with coupons and refunds is without a doubt the most exciting and profit- able supermarket game in town. H you haven't tried it, you certainly should. All the smart shoppers mentioned in this column will receive a copy of the refunding magazine, The National Supermarket Shopper. Send me your smart shopping experiences PM-066, E1 Paso, Texas 79966. Send for this form by 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 Eurchase as detailed below, temember, some offers are not avail- able in all areas of the coun- try. Today's refund offers have a value of $10.99. Mlleelhmenns Non-Food Products (File 9) -- Baker's Joy Challenge. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form, the proof-of-purchase seal cut from the Baker's Joy cap and the register tape with the price circled. Expires April 30, 1982. -- Magic Shell Ice Cream Offer. Receive a $1 coupon for ice cream. Send the required refund form and the words "Shake Well ' from two Magic Shell back labels. Expires Aug. 81, 1982. -- Morton Quick and Easy. Receive $2 in Morton coupons. Send the required refund form and the proof- -- Pepperidge Farm Stuffing Offer. Receive a bag of Peppertdge Farm Stuffing and a leaflet with 11 stuffmg recipe ideas. Send the required refund form, the ingredient panel from any Pepperidge Farm Stuffing, the ingredient pan- el from any Pepporidge Farm Rolls and the label from any cranberry sauce. Expires April 30, 1982. -- Pillsbury Gingerbread- Cider $1 Refund Offer. Send the required refund form, the top..Linels from two box- es of Pillsbury Gingerbread Mix and the label from any apple cider. Expires May 31, 1982. -- Progresso Refund Offer. Receive five 20-cent coupons. Send the required refund form and the rro- eSSo mailing addresses m any five Progresso products. Expires May 81, 1982. Bonus! This offer doesn't require a form: -- Hamburger Helper Cookbook Offer, Box 5403, Minneapolis, Minn. 55460. Receive the "Hamburger Helper Soup Cookbook." Send two Hamburger Helper box bottoms. Expires Dec. 31, 1982. stmz Lifelong Learning. Thayer said CLEP tests help learners demonstrate the knowledge that they have acquired on their own through less formal learning ex- periences and provide colleges with the information necessary to recognize college-level learning and award credit for that WELL DRILLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE ( A,PL[ T[ W,aT[R SYSTE/S INSTALLED FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI Artesian Well Co. R D Boe, V' 476 4832 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE to learn more about the CLEP program and find out how the program will help them, said Thayer. The date for the ad- ministration of CLEP tests is set for Saturday, April 24. The tests must be ordered by no later than March 10 as no tests can be taken without preregistration. For more information and to order CLEP tests, contact either School for Lifelong Learning office. In Hanover, the office is at the Regional Center for Educational Training, 45 Lyme Road (603- 643-5666) and in Claremont, the office is at the Adult Education Office, Claremont Jr. High School (603-542-4719). OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS BRADFORD-- Overeaters Anonymous meets every Thursday at Orange County Mental Health from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. There will boa guest speaker this week. DIAMONDS . WATCHES I We Repair ACCUTI:)N, TIMEX | ' and A;I Makes | i, [4-3351 I daffodils. Last year's sale figure was 10,000. The flowers will he stored at Roberts Florist. PaulaMason Bread and Kathy Oakes will also be assisting with the drive as well as area garden clubs and Of " women's organizations. Life HUMMINGBIRD PROGRAM HANOVER-- Dr. Frances Natural Living Center McCnn will provide a program on hummingbirds, their protective coloration, m!gratory patterns and umque flight process. This program will be illustrated with specimens from the Museum's collection and a showing of Crawford Greenwalt's classic stroboscopic film study of the hummingbird's astonishing flight pattern. The program begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Montshire Museum, 45 Lyme Road, Hanover, Tuesday, Feb. 16. THANKSGIVING Novena to St. Jude 0 Holy St. Jude, Apostle 0rid Martyr, great in virtue end rich in mimdas, near kinsman of Jesus Christ, faithful intercesso of oll who invoke your special patr in time of need, to you I have recourse from the depth of my heart and humbly beg to whom God has given such great power to come to my assistance. Help me in my present and urgent pafition. In return, I promise to make your name known, Route 5, Upper Plain, Bradford, Vt (Downstairs From Mark Harris) Tel. (802) 222-9630 . Specials Feb. 12-24 Brown Rice-0rganic ...65' lb. (Long and Medium grain) Molasses...87*lb. (your jar) Cashew Pcs .... $1.7900b. 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Over the last four yeses more than 4  m net Ity proceeds have been deposited m the 8tare eneI1 Revenue Ftm This is ax added sotu-x of 8ta arenue t. does not need otrlae to be raised by taxes. Between now and Maxch 1, an additional 18,000 in prize mone will be available to plab-ePs of the Lottery's new Mon Match II t game. If you have never purchased an t IYtery Ucket this culd be your gazn. There are 9e,ooo wmnmg tickets watmg to be  mtohed  aswlnners st more than salos locations t Vermont, The ae  of wlrmAng a each prize is 1 In 8. t odds whenyou oouldwln up i,O00 v or for the end-of-gaxne K},O( " Grand Prize.* And tt best paet on costs Sz. On yca.w naxt vimt to a stove, zurets bee, 8tare Liquor, Store or other business whore tttery uckes are nold, ask r a Money Mate II tlokt  of . c. You mlght wln $10, , O or as much as $,000. Someone will. IoclUaons, Ormd Prize -- $10,000 r S ymmL I II I II I II I I I H I II III I I u I