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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-February 25, 1981 Art00 and Cabaret entertainment I- t SQUARE DANCE SET I Wr.r BRADFORD--The C0i "'i necticut Valley Swingers ,. A s o . sponsoring a Club and Cla[mm, alu square Dance Mar 7 from 84 rgtary p.m. at Oxbow High Schd 'lne exc, l cafeteria. A] Monty will bet ue no, 'as t!hlsnl caller l' s . :=-.==:.:-#=:.--#.. etter tt Entertainment STARTS FRIDAY 7:00-9:15 Coalminers Daughter Starring Sissy Spacek Nominated for 7 Oscars Ends Thursday ( ltELI) O V E R The Raging Bull Starring Robert DeNiro Nominated for 8 ()scars MATINEES SAT. & SUN. 2:00 P.M. scheduled at Bradford R BRADFORD--"That's Entertainment", an evening of dancing and entertainment, will be held April 25 with the "Big Band 81," an 18-piece band from St. Johnsbury, playing from 9 p.m.-I a.m. at the Armory on Fairgrounds Road in Bradford, Tickets will go on sale March 2 at $8 per person; $2 will reserve a table for 12 people, and $1 will reserve tables for 4 and 6 people. There will be floor shows at 10 p.m. and t 1:30 p.m. The American Field Service is sponsoring this event. Committee chairmen are: Noel Gaiser, principal chairman: Anita Perry en- tertainment: Connie Linell, decorations: h'ene Slarace, tickets and publicity: Louise Fogg, costumes. llenls needed as donations include soup cans, candle stubs, pol-pie containers, and card tables. Anyone wishing to help in any way, please call'* Irene Staraee, 222-9098; Noel Gaiser, 222-9325: or Connie Linnell. 222-4566. | that means! Johnson's Snow Special 25% OFF On all Snow Shovels, Snow Pushers, Aluminum Roof Rakes, Sidewalk Scrapers, Aluminum Grain Scoops Hurrl While Seleetm Is Best HOME CENTER ROUTE 12-A, WEST LEBANON  298-5778 HOURS: 7 a.m.-7 p.m, Monday thru Thorsday ? a,m.- o.m. Fridsy; 7 I.m.-5 p,m. SIMurelay II II I I IS IT A LONG ROAD TO MARCH? Counseling Respectfully Offered for Personal and Financial Matters . Themes developed Speech writing CHARLES BARNES Newbury, Vermont /ELL 866-5670 866-5657 We Don't Leave You "n Dang. g G A-L-AX Y TRAVEL, INC. 103S. Main St. W. Lebanon, N H 603-298-8782 Dan ,Et Linda Westney Doc and Chickie Williams Doc Willaims to play at Bradford Academy BRAI)FORD-Doc Williams, considered by many a living legend in country music, will perform at Bradford Academy March 23 at 7:30 p. m. Tickets. which may be purchased in advance at Hale Furniture are $4 for adults, $3 for students and $2 for children under 12. The show is sponsored by the. Bradford l,ions (qub. l)oc Williams is a veteran of 40 years as a full-time professional. In this career, Doc, along with his wife Chickie, has established a reputation and a permanent place in country music history that is deservedly unique. All this has been achieved at a grass roots level totally unaided by the big business publicity machine, ltis mosic is basic native American folk art and undiluted by com- mercial trends or financial considerations. From such a standpoint, success could seem ira- probable, but the simple truth is that the achievements of Doc Williams have been earned the hard way -- the logging of over three million miles of porsonal appearance tours lhroughoul the United Slates and Canada, a prolific recording career stretching from the 78 RPM recording era to the Nashville multi- mastery of tim art of broad- casting in the golden age of country music radio prior to and since lelevision, and, above all, acting as his own goodwill ambassador with a sincerity and honesty of ap- proach that endears him to business colleagues and fans alike. Doc Williams has a special affinity with British country music enthusiasts. After playing host to British fans and performers in Wheeling during U.S. visits by the British Country Music Association, the Doc Williams Show toured England ex- tensively in 1974 and 1976 to a pprecia live audiences. The star of WWVA, Wheeling, West Virginia, second only to the Grand die Opry and WSM in its im- portance to country music, has been revered by the hard core of British country music collectors for many decades. UPON I{EFI,ECTION The mosl important thing to wear is a smile. At our bank you get straight answers without any tfs, ands or buts. When we make a promise, we expect to keep it. The buck stops here. If you like that, you'll like the way we do business. We hope you  stop in and see us. WELLS RIVER, VERMONT 05081 Member Federal De)osit In . 802/757-2741 irance Cor ion Starfire diamonds bring ,ou guaranteed fine quality. ueautifully mounted in 14K or white gold...with registration. Quality Jewelers N.H. N. Country to sing in sehls VIEI,I,S IIIVH{. The North ('onnlr 3 ('horus and its (tir('ch)r. Mary Howe of Wells I{iv('r, havc once again plzmned an aml)ilious spring progranl. Concerts are tentatively set for early May and will t*caturc several works of Johannes I',rahms. lhe "To l)cum" of Anhmin l)vorak, and a group ()f n liscella neous nunlbcrs, 'l'he Chorus is also setting asi(tc lwo days in April to sing in area schools. For these c()lwerls there will be a lighter group of folk songs and hunmrous immbcrs including "Tim Emperor's New Clollms," a favorite of many childi'en. Most ambitious of all is the ('horus" plan to tnur England in the early summer of 1982, returning a visit made to this area lasl spring by the ltarlow (?horus of l,ondon. The two choruses are expected to sing a joint concert in London during this tour. At the January meeting of GUYS AND DOLI2--The cast of "Guys and Dolls" ham it up at a recent lhe board of direch)rs, plans rehearsal at the high school. were advanced for the trip. ,,!,, Oxbow rehearses Guys wand Dolls r(ported on air-fares and schedules. The matter of B R A I) F { R I)--- 0 x bo w" s Tom Rathburn. ill be repeated on the posters funding was also discussed. A Spring Musical Cast was busy To add to the publicity plans and prog, am covers. campaign h) raise at least during the winter vacation for the show this year, $8.oo0 in tim nexl 16 months, practicing their upcoming capilalizing on the many and show, "Guys and Dolls." varied talents of Chorus Rehearsals were under the nmnabers, was considered direction of three directors, realislic. This would go Anne Taylor, Janet Warner- loward meeting part of the Ashley. and Mary Musty. expenses of the trip and Students were learning lines assisling individual members as well as music and dance to in defraying some costs, l)ring to life I)amon Runyon's Mrs. Rowe reported she had colorful story of the charac- been in recent contact with ters of Broadway. Michael Kibblewhite, director Leads for this year's of tim tiarlow (?horus, who production are Debbie offered his assistance in Balcom, Todd Perry, Sharyn arranging contacts for the Ober, Mark Rivers, Robert summer tour. Gaiser, Louise Plante and CA00.AZ.) Wednesday, Feb. 25 WEI,I,S RIVER : Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church Of Christ veslry, serving at noon. Reservations: 757-2206. Friday, Feb. 27 BRADFt)IU): Senior citizens' luncheon at Oxbow Vocational (?enler, serving at l l :45 a,m. Reservations requested: (802) 222-4782. Sunday, March I TttETFORI): Pro-Town Meeting sponsored by Thetford, Civic Assn. to answer questions about Town meeting, 1:30 p.m., Thetford Elementary School. FAIRLEE: Services at St. Martin's Chapel, Lake Morey Rd. East, 10:30 a m. Tuesday, Mar. 3 BI{AI)FORI): Senior citizens' luncheon at Oxbow Vocational Center, serving at t 1:45 a.m. Reservations requested: (802) 222-4782. FAIRLEE: Pancake Supper at St. Martin's Chapel, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Mar. 4 TIlETFOI{D: A Community Services. Inc. Town Nurse will be checking hypertension, weight and diabetes at the Thelford llill Church from 1-4 p.m. BI{ADFOIH): Connecticut Valley Jaycees, 7:45 p.m. ,'ELLS RIVER: Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church of ('hrist vest ry, serving at noon. Reservations : 757-2206. ORFORD: Ash Wednesday service at Orfordvilte Church, 7:30p.m. FAIRLEE: Ash Wednesday service at St. Martin's Chapel, 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Mar. 7 BRAI)FORI): Club and Class Square Dance at Oxbow High 'hool cafeteria, from 8-11 p.m, Caller: A1 Monly. Sponsored by the Cnnnecticul Valley Swingers. I IIIb When thoughts turn to a Springtime Fling, Do not hesitate to give us a ring. me seasonea traveler students and adults connected with the show will be wearing colorful t-shirts advertising Ihe show. Set artist, Helen Elder of Piermont designed the cartoon on the shirts which Program on spiders set at Haverhill ItAVERHILI--The Haverhill Library Assn. will present "The Spider," a short Time- Life fihn on spiders and Tom Estill will give a discussion as well as have a live tarantula on display, Feb. 28 at 10:30 a.m. The habits and differences of a number of spiders will be shown, mcluding the wolf spider, black widow, water spider and Charlotte, the garden spider. All are welcome. L yme Ctr. .frosh Glee Club singer LYME - Dartmouth Fresh- man Peggy E. Pike, daughter of Lon and Susan Pike of Lyme Center, recently per- formed with the Dartmouth College Glee Club in its opening concert of the annual Dartmouth Winter Carnival. Under the direetinn of Ken Munsey, the Glee Club presented a program of traditional and popular songs and a selection of Dartmouth songs. A prospective computer science major, Pike is also a member of the Freshman Council. She plans to travel with the (;tee Club on its Midwest tour this spring SON ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Page of E. Haverhill are parents of a baby son, born Feb. 12 at Cottage tlospital, tfe weighed 7 pounds, 12 ounces. UPON REFLECTION Consideration is another expression of love. 1t52.O HOUSE J,UN ST. (Boz) o'19-fi 70 .E'.O. 150.X 2...50 NORWICH, VT. l H  II I I III ..... I _ I H C J ,,,,=,= . 802-222-5289 Oxbow will present "Guys and Dolls" April 9-10 at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium by special permission of Music Theatre International. COZY! CHIMES LOUNGE Fish & Chips All You Can Eat $3.50 -- Adults $2.50 -- Children [ LIVE Wed. thru Sat. WEDNESDAY Spare Parts THURSDAY Dick McCormack FRIDAY Full Moon Revue SATURDAY Full Moon Revue Ladies' Nite Thursday--All i lJ Drinks /, Price Check Our Daily Bar Specials BEAT THE ENERGY CRISIS. Let us explain how the all-n Carlin "CRD" Flame-Retention burner s-t-r-e-t-c-h-e-s Ya fuel oil- gives you maximum heat from every gallon. En neered to perform at peak efficiency, provides total home Ing comfort, burns clean to help keep our air clean. Install in your existing boiler or furnace -- or, if you're buildl a'new home or replacing obsolete heating equipment, get GII in the boiler-furnace or furnac.e-burner unit of your choice. Have Yourself A Pre-Spring Fling! Take Your Favorite Lady Out To Enjoy... BRADFORD, VT. Saturday, February 28th "DESPERADOS" For Your Reservations Call Before 7:00 P. M. (603) 747-2505 Or 747-2840 For the price... An unbeatable blanket value! North Star' Where can you get a buffet table filled with fruit, danish pastries, juices, english muffins, and other delightful morsels... Plus your choice of eggs, french toast, and pancakes (plain or blueberry), bacon, ham or sausage. All you can eat! for $4.95 Adults $2.95 children at the Chimes of course. Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Tues., & Wed., buy 1 dinner at full price and get another dinner of equal value at % price. /vchine Wash & Wear 55% Acrilan Acrylic Anti-static 45% Acrylic Monnto Wear-dated for Colors: Lii't Blue, Green, white, Cranberry, Navy, Brown, CharoOi. Available in Twin, Full, Queen/King Sizes. PIIICE$ 5TART $ 95 ' R I,unchisll::,Oto4::,O. ,,,ow,, 13 Twin Size l l)inner is ,5 to 9. iWe also serve a special sandwich menu in our bar from !i:30 A.M. to 9:0 Ule Your smile/ o_ jt/ , _,= Ch,,,, ,f'/dI/ _%-t1,( Fmday and Saturday til II:00P.M.  AcounlLl r ,w r ,-jj,, l.J- HMmMMMEmMMMMMmMmMMHMMr , ,oh&%;, .,:=,..,..,,,o., 9:00 P.M. Woodgville, N.H. Page 2-The Journal Opinion-February 25, 1981 Art00 and Cabaret entertainment I- t SQUARE DANCE SET I Wr.r BRADFORD--The C0i "'i necticut Valley Swingers ,. A s o . sponsoring a Club and Cla[mm, alu square Dance Mar 7 from 84 rgtary p.m. at Oxbow High Schd 'lne exc, l cafeteria. A] Monty will bet ue no, 'as t!hlsnl caller l' s . :=-.==:.:-#=:.--#.. etter tt Entertainment STARTS FRIDAY 7:00-9:15 Coalminers Daughter Starring Sissy Spacek Nominated for 7 Oscars Ends Thursday ( ltELI) O V E R The Raging Bull Starring Robert DeNiro Nominated for 8 ()scars MATINEES SAT. & SUN. 2:00 P.M. scheduled at Bradford R BRADFORD--"That's Entertainment", an evening of dancing and entertainment, will be held April 25 with the "Big Band 81," an 18-piece band from St. Johnsbury, playing from 9 p.m.-I a.m. at the Armory on Fairgrounds Road in Bradford, Tickets will go on sale March 2 at $8 per person; $2 will reserve a table for 12 people, and $1 will reserve tables for 4 and 6 people. There will be floor shows at 10 p.m. and t 1:30 p.m. The American Field Service is sponsoring this event. Committee chairmen are: Noel Gaiser, principal chairman: Anita Perry en- tertainment: Connie Linell, decorations: h'ene Slarace, tickets and publicity: Louise Fogg, costumes. llenls needed as donations include soup cans, candle stubs, pol-pie containers, and card tables. Anyone wishing to help in any way, please call'* Irene Staraee, 222-9098; Noel Gaiser, 222-9325: or Connie Linnell. 222-4566. | that means! Johnson's Snow Special 25% OFF On all Snow Shovels, Snow Pushers, Aluminum Roof Rakes, Sidewalk Scrapers, Aluminum Grain Scoops Hurrl While Seleetm Is Best HOME CENTER ROUTE 12-A, WEST LEBANON  298-5778 HOURS: 7 a.m.-7 p.m, Monday thru Thorsday ? a,m.- o.m. Fridsy; 7 I.m.-5 p,m. SIMurelay II II I I IS IT A LONG ROAD TO MARCH? Counseling Respectfully Offered for Personal and Financial Matters . Themes developed Speech writing CHARLES BARNES Newbury, Vermont /ELL 866-5670 866-5657 We Don't Leave You "n Dang. g G A-L-AX Y TRAVEL, INC. 103S. Main St. W. Lebanon, N H 603-298-8782 Dan ,Et Linda Westney Doc and Chickie Williams Doc Willaims to play at Bradford Academy BRAI)FORD-Doc Williams, considered by many a living legend in country music, will perform at Bradford Academy March 23 at 7:30 p. m. Tickets. which may be purchased in advance at Hale Furniture are $4 for adults, $3 for students and $2 for children under 12. The show is sponsored by the. Bradford l,ions (qub. l)oc Williams is a veteran of 40 years as a full-time professional. In this career, Doc, along with his wife Chickie, has established a reputation and a permanent place in country music history that is deservedly unique. All this has been achieved at a grass roots level totally unaided by the big business publicity machine, ltis mosic is basic native American folk art and undiluted by com- mercial trends or financial considerations. From such a standpoint, success could seem ira- probable, but the simple truth is that the achievements of Doc Williams have been earned the hard way -- the logging of over three million miles of porsonal appearance tours lhroughoul the United Slates and Canada, a prolific recording career stretching from the 78 RPM recording era to the Nashville multi- mastery of tim art of broad- casting in the golden age of country music radio prior to and since lelevision, and, above all, acting as his own goodwill ambassador with a sincerity and honesty of ap- proach that endears him to business colleagues and fans alike. Doc Williams has a special affinity with British country music enthusiasts. After playing host to British fans and performers in Wheeling during U.S. visits by the British Country Music Association, the Doc Williams Show toured England ex- tensively in 1974 and 1976 to a pprecia live audiences. The star of WWVA, Wheeling, West Virginia, second only to the Grand die Opry and WSM in its im- portance to country music, has been revered by the hard core of British country music collectors for many decades. UPON I{EFI,ECTION The mosl important thing to wear is a smile. At our bank you get straight answers without any tfs, ands or buts. When we make a promise, we expect to keep it. The buck stops here. If you like that, you'll like the way we do business. We hope you  stop in and see us. WELLS RIVER, VERMONT 05081 Member Federal De)osit In . 802/757-2741 irance Cor ion Starfire diamonds bring ,ou guaranteed fine quality. ueautifully mounted in 14K or white gold...with registration. Quality Jewelers N.H. N. Country to sing in sehls VIEI,I,S HIVI':I{. The North ('onnlr 3 ('horus and its (tir('ch)r. Mary Howe of Wells I{iv('r, havc once again plzmned an aml)ilious spring progranl. Concerts are tentatively set for early May and will t*caturc several works of Johannes I',rahms. lhe "To l)cum" of Anhmin l)vorak, and a group ()f n liscella neous nunlbcrs, 'l'he Chorus is also setting asi(tc lwo days in April to sing in area schools. For these c()lwerls there will be a lighter group of folk songs and hunmrous immbcrs including "Tim Emperor's New Clollms," a favorite of many childi'en. Most ambitious of all is the ('horus" plan to tnur England in the early summer of 1982, returning a visit made to this area lasl spring by the ltarlow (?horus of l,ondon. The two choruses are expected to sing a joint concert in London during this tour. At the January meeting of GUYS AND DOLI2--The cast of "Guys and Dolls" ham it up at a recent lhe board of direch)rs, plans rehearsal at the high school. were advanced for the trip. ,,!,, Oxbow rehearses Guys wand Dolls r(ported on air-fares and schedules. The matter of B R A I) F { R I)--- 0 x bo w" s Tom Rathburn. ill be repeated on the posters funding was also discussed. A Spring Musical Cast was busy To add to the publicity plans and prog, am covers. campaign h) raise at least during the winter vacation for the show this year, $8.oo0 in tim nexl 16 months, practicing their upcoming capilalizing on the many and show, "Guys and Dolls." varied talents of Chorus Rehearsals were under the nmnabers, was considered direction of three directors, realislic. This would go Anne Taylor, Janet Warner- loward meeting part of the Ashley. and Mary Musty. expenses of the trip and Students were learning lines assisling individual members as well as music and dance to in defraying some costs, l)ring to life I)amon Runyon's Mrs. Rowe reported she had colorful story of the charac- been in recent contact with ters of Broadway. Michael Kibblewhite, director Leads for this year's of tim tiarlow (?horus, who production are Debbie offered his assistance in Balcom, Todd Perry, Sharyn arranging contacts for the Ober, Mark Rivers, Robert summer tour. Gaiser, Louise Plante and CA00.AZ.) Wednesday, Feb. 25 WEI,I,S RIVER : Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church Of Christ veslry, serving at noon. Reservations: 757-2206. Friday, Feb. 27 BRADFt)IU): Senior citizens' luncheon at Oxbow Vocational (?enler, serving at l l :45 a,m. Reservations requested: (802) 222-4782. Sunday, March I TttETFORI): Pro-Town Meeting sponsored by Thetford, Civic Assn. to answer questions about Town meeting, 1:30 p.m., Thetford Elementary School. FAIRLEE: Services at St. Martin's Chapel, Lake Morey Rd. East, 10:30 am. Tuesday, Mar. 3 BI{AI)FORI): Senior citizens' luncheon at Oxbow Vocational Center, serving at t 1:45 a.m. Reservations requested: (802) 222-4782. FAIRLEE: Pancake Supper at St. Martin's Chapel, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Mar. 4 TIlETFOI{D: A Community Services. Inc. Town Nurse will be checking hypertension, weight and diabetes at the Thelford llill Church from 1-4 p.m. BI{ADFOIH): Connecticut Valley Jaycees, 7:45 p.m. ,'ELLS RIVER: Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church of ('hrist vest ry, serving at noon. Reservations : 757-2206. ORFORD: Ash Wednesday service at Orfordvilte Church, 7:30p.m. FAIRLEE: Ash Wednesday service at St. Martin's Chapel, 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Mar. 7 BRAI)FORI): Club and Class Square Dance at Oxbow High 'hool cafeteria, from 8-11 p.m, Caller: A1 Monly. Sponsored by the Cnnnecticul Valley Swingers. I IIIb When thoughts turn to a Springtime Fling, Do not hesitate to give us a ring. me seasonea traveler students and adults connected with the show will be wearing colorful t-shirts advertising Ihe show. Set artist, Helen Elder of Piermont designed the cartoon on the shirts which Program on spiders set at Haverhill ItAVERHILI--The Haverhill Library Assn. will present "The Spider," a short Time- Life fihn on spiders and Tom Estill will give a discussion as well as have a live tarantula on display, Feb. 28 at 10:30 a.m. The habits and differences of a number of spiders will be shown, mcluding the wolf spider, black widow, water spider and Charlotte, the garden spider. All are welcome. L yme Ctr. .frosh Glee Club singer LYME - Dartmouth Fresh- man Peggy E. Pike, daughter of Lon and Susan Pike of Lyme Center, recently per- formed with the Dartmouth College Glee Club in its opening concert of the annual Dartmouth Winter Carnival. Under the direetinn of Ken Munsey, the Glee Club presented a program of traditional and popular songs and a selection of Dartmouth songs. A prospective computer science major, Pike is also a member of the Freshman Council. She plans to travel with the (;tee Club on its Midwest tour this spring SON ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Page of E. Haverhill are parents of a baby son, born Feb. 12 at Cottage tlospital, tfe weighed 7 pounds, 12 ounces. UPON REFLECTION Consideration is another expression of love. 1t52.O HOUSE J,UN ST. (Boz) o'19-fi 70 .E'.O. 150.X 2...50 NORWICH, VT. l H  II I I III ..... I _ I H C J ,,,,=,= . 802-222-5289 Oxbow will present "Guys and Dolls" April 9-10 at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium by special permission of Music Theatre International. COZY! CHIMES LOUNGE Fish & Chips All You Can Eat $3.50 -- Adults $2.50 -- Children [ LIVE Wed. thru Sat. WEDNESDAY Spare Parts THURSDAY Dick McCormack FRIDAY Full Moon Revue SATURDAY Full Moon Revue Ladies' Nite Thursday--All i lJ Drinks /, Price Check Our Daily Bar Specials BEAT THE ENERGY CRISIS. Let us explain how the all-n Carlin "CRD" Flame-Retention burner s-t-r-e-t-c-h-e-s Ya fuel oil- gives you maximum heat from every gallon. En neered to perform at peak efficiency, provides total home Ing comfort, burns clean to help keep our air clean. Install in your existing boiler or furnace -- or, if you're buildl a'new home or replacing obsolete heating equipment, get GII in the boiler-furnace or furnac.e-burner unit of your choice. Have Yourself A Pre-Spring Fling! Take Your Favorite Lady Out To Enjoy... BRADFORD, VT. Saturday, February 28th "DESPERADOS" For Your Reservations Call Before 7:00 P. M. (603) 747-2505 Or 747-2840 For the price... An unbeatable blanket value! North Star' Where can you get a buffet table filled with fruit, danish pastries, juices, english muffins, and other delightful morsels... Plus your choice of eggs, french toast, and pancakes (plain or blueberry), bacon, ham or sausage. All you can eat! for $4.95 Adults $2.95 children at the Chimes of course. Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Tues., & Wed., buy 1 dinner at full price and get another dinner of equal value at % price. /vchine Wash & Wear 55% Acrilan Acrylic Anti-static 45% Acrylic Monnto Wear-dated for Colors: Lii't Blue, Green, white, Cranberry, Navy, Brown, CharoOi. Available in Twin, Full, Queen/King Sizes. PIIICE$ 5TART $ 95 ' R I,unchisll::,Oto4::,O. ,,,ow,, 13 Twin Size l l)inner is .5 to 9. iWe also serve a special sandwich menu in our bar from !i:30 A.M. to 9:0 Ule Your smile/ o_ jt/ , _,= Ch,,,, ,f'/dI/ _%-t1,( Fmday and Saturday til II:00P.M.  AcounlLl r ,w r ,-jj,, l.J- HMmMMMEmMMMMMmMmMMHMMr , ,oh&%;, .,:=,..,..,,,o., 9:00 P.M. Woodgville, N.H.