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February 25, i,q81-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 Warren A stir was caused for a short cellars, yards and drives. The time Saturday, when the bank Baker River peaked higher burglary alarm was tripped, than it has for some years. The excitement died quickly Now the rivers and brooks are as this has happened before, cleaned of ice so this should be '.et's hope this alarm works our high water for theyear. than this if a real The Asquamchumauke was inprogress. Snowmobile Club won two Damage was caused by the trophies at the Easter Seal high water of Wednesday drive-in, although no one aight. Water was running in drove in, on a snowmobile the north door of the Cate barn that is. They won the new Lyle !and out the south door. Fib McBurney revolving Seventy head of cattle stood in trophy for having the most about one foot of water most of members present from any night. Several had flooded club in Grafton County, and Sharpening Service Circular Blades--Hand Saws Carbide Grinding & Retipping Saw Chain--Mower Blades--Axes 439-5874 East Topsham, Vt. 141 sT I.IONS ANN I'AI, Nort nncn'nn Annmatcunn" Floyd It. tray 764-9979 the second for contributing the second highest for a club. We turned in $601. A good meeting was held by the club at the fire house Sunday evening. A work force is scheduled for Saturday to clean out a trail. Today the temperature is 50 plus in Warren, and a very small amount of snow is in sight. I'll bet the sap is run- ning, but this will not last long. I have never seen winter end in the middle of February here yet. We might have six weeks of "sledding" in March. The Hillbrunners were at their place on Clement tlill over the vacation weekend. This warn] weather has even fooled the bees. They have been flying for the last couple of days. Bertha Whitcher and India Lupien are patients at the Cottage Hospital in Wood- sville. Send a card., FEBRUARY 25-26-27- 28 MARCH 1 COMMUNITY BUItDING WOODSVILLE NEW liAMPSillI|E WEDNESDAY, FEB. 25 "B" 7:30 p.m. Blue Mr. Independents vs Orford Town Team ,,, "B" 9:00 p.m. Franconia Stingers vs Chelsea Greens THURSDAY, FEB. 26 "B" 7:00 p.m. Lin-wood Town Team us Ryegate Rebels "B" 8:30 p.m. Woodsville American Legion vs Chelsea Red Devils • THHSDAY, FEB. 26 "A" 10:00 p,m. Hartford Eleazars vs Berlin Oleson's Variety Individual end Teem Trophies WiN Be AN to tiE: Winners, Runner-ups tn Each Cla. TrB(lies Wln Awarded to Each Member of the AII-Tournalknt Teems..', Other Trophies Will be Awarded for HigQ TOWllamMI! Scorer in Both Classes -- Oesl All-Around  in Eecb Class -- Best Free Throw Player in Each Citrus  High Game Scorer in Each Class -- nesl RelNmaQt In y G. Smith Memorial Award --lib "Tbe bsung Hero" in Each Class. and Frankie |. 141M Sportsman Award in Each Class -- ; Coaches Award . .... TICKETS FOR DOOR PRIZES ON SAt E FRIDAY, FEH. 27 "A" 7:00 p.m. Haverhill Hawks VS Nowport Landing Lobsters "A" B:30 p.m Weslhury Park vs Manchester Campus Hi Fi , "A" 10:00 p.m. errimack Meat Shop r 1 vs • ,, q;Twin River Sports ,, ::$AIlIIRDAY, FEB. 28 ,, '8 Semi-Final -- 7:30 p.m. ""B" Semi-Final -- 9:00 p.m. SUNDAY, MARCH ! "A" Semi-Final -- 1:30 p.m. "A" Semi-Final -- 3:00 p.m. SUNDAY EVENING, MARCH ! "O" Championship -- 7:00 p.m. • 'A" Championship -- 8:30 p,m. ADVANCE TICKET SALE Xyaaabte om Jm WaiSt, watke, Me,or Sae woodsv*.e N N a.o Ros Tvto, M O Taylor m we. a,,e, w ONE TICKET GOOD FOR ALL GAMES Sludents- '250 Adults - '700 TICKETS AT DOOR Stude q, SO I,!,J 1 50 Drawings to be Held After Finals Imperial New Yorker w/5th Avenue Pkg, LeBaron Medallion 4-dr. Sedan Plymouth Arrow Sport * Oxbow girls competing for Class I championship O's in playdown (continued from page 8) the circle worked. From 4:40 game away, but missed on a Oxbow was Pan] Cook with to 1:43, neither team scored, altitough Vergennes missed four foul shots, two coming on the front end of a ()tie and one situation. A field goal anti two foul shots by Mills brought Vergennes within four, 48-44 at the 1:31 mark and closed to within two on tim strength of ,lull(' Charbonneau's jumper with 28 seconds remaining. I)on the stretch both Carbee and Peterson failed to colt- nect on foul shots in a bonus situation. Three times in the final 2O seconds Vcrgennes failed to tie the game on field goals. With four seconds remaining, Carbee had a chance to put the I{AliI{E The Oxbow center Karyn Marshall. ()lympians upset a strong Coming off the bench and Milton team in tile GirLs (:lass playing tim besl game of her 1 Semi4inal Playdown 62-59 l:t'eer was Senior forward earmng the right to meet the [',am Cook, rebounding at both winner of Burr & Burton Vs. ends and scoring 15 poinLs. St. Johnsbury for the State JOdY Pratt added ten points, Championship. The gamewill Kathy Peterson seven and be held at Barre Auditorium Angie Dobbins two to round at 8:30 pro. Saturday. out the scoring For the ()lympians it was a With the exception of the complete team effort. Karin first two points of the game, I)wyer again led the Oxbow Oxbow held the lead scoring, pouring in a game throughout the contest. Full high 28 points and completely details will appear m next donfinating the taller Milton week's Journal ()pinion, I 2:41 of the period. Ahead 48-36 the Oxbow offense became dormant, actually non- existent, for the rest of tim game. It nearly cost them the vicl6ry. Lisa Mills started Vergennes on the comeback trail with a running one hinder frmn the right side of the foul line with 4:40 left in the contest. Oxbow then went inlo a 'stall.' Gargne, after the game, pointed out, "I wanted tbe clock to run down as far as possible. The difference between a stall and freeze, is that if we have a good shot, the players will take it. But we won't force anything." The stall, an outside weave above N. Haverhill Another grandchild for the Blaisdells: Angela Carol, daughter of Carl and Theresa T Blaisdell of Briar Hill, born Feb. 18. Gladys Gilman and Ger- trude Brooks entertained Hazel Joslin, Emily Metealf, and Mildred and Isabell Patten on Valentine's Day, enjoying an evening of cards and dominoes. James Mclntyre has returned from three weeks in North Carolina visiting friends and relatives, Eleven members of the Woodsvilie Progressive Club met February 16 for lunch at the home of Barbara Sanders in Woodsville. Members worked on the quilt which will soon be raffled for W.H.S. scholarships. President Shirley Cobb also gave some helpful hints for sewing. Eleven members of the North Haverhill Girls' Club met February 18 at the home of Janine Sorg in Haverhill. Mter the business meeting and Valentine gift exchange, delicious "heart" cakes were seryed by-tJae committee of Jean Horne, Belinda Lees, and the hostess. The mystery W. Newbury The committee for the new West Newbury Cook Books are a busy group. It was 50 years ago when the last eook books were gotten out and Mrs. Russell Tyler was the head of the work. Mrs. Edith Colson and Mrs. Solan Stevens were in Windsor last Thursday to visfl a dear friend \\;vho i,":, ill. Mrs, tterbert (;ilson ac- companied Mrs. John Paulson of Mr.,Lakes to Littleton one day recently. Plgmoulfi DAYS Plymouth Grin Fury 4-dr. Sedan Champ LS Plymouth Trail Duster Sport m SAVE Get 7% of the full sticker price P.lymouth Voyager Maxi-Wagon back direct from the " pi mo00ulh TO3 ' Omni Custom manufacturer Sa00poro Dodge Colt Custom - HUrry| t Check 0id imP prices now, .... St. Regis 4-dr. Sedan /.-  ..,_.._ )n Wagon' Dodge Mirada w/CMX Pkg, Dodge Challenger Dodge 02 w/Sport Pkg. ik'alker Motor Sales, lne.l00 Dartmouth C011ei[e Road ....... ... Dodge Woodsville, N.H. ,.m,o,.=.  :HoR'S.LR OU.-/'U-.. package was won by Rose Tucker. The VIS group played cards last Thursday with Bessie Anderson winning first place, Miriam Lane, second, and Rita Fournier, low score. Jeanne ttorne was hostess. Overnight guests at Miriam Lane's were her brothers Chester and Paul, Paul's wife Francis, and Miriam's daughter, Theda Wright. They came from Massachusetts to celebrate Paul and Frances' twelfth wedding anniversary. Edith Demetroulis has returned from a visit with her son Jimmy at Enosburg, Vt. Edna Gay is visiting friends in Connecticut. Alice Girouard and her aunt, Pauline Willis of East Ryegate, spent several days in Brooklyn, N. Y., with Herb and Janet Liesner, summer residents at French Pond. They enjoyed even balmier weather there than we did here. They went shopping and sight-seeing in New York City, and saw a play. On the way home they stopped for lunch .with Tony and Marge Hayden m Old Greenwich, Conn. The Haydens spend summers in Center Haverhill. Bertha Carleton 429-3868 The storms we have had this past week left the road crew oceupied. The lights in this locality were off for a few hours which was disturbing. Many families have been visited wilh the flu bug. Mrs. Joseph Decoeur is out after having the nfisfortune to fall in the cellar and hurt her back. The next \\;,omen's Fellowship meeting will be Feb. 18 at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Robert AtWood. Attorney Gavin Reid will talk on wills which sounds interesting. Last Monday evening the Executive ('ommittee of the omtn s Felh)wship met at the home of Mrs. Ernest ltemmings. Mrs. Andrew Jarrell is president: Mrs. Donald Putnam, vice president ; Mrs. Joseph Decoeur, secretary and Mrs. Ernest Hemmings, treasurer. Last Monday evening the three ])eacons and three deaconesses me! at the par- sonage for a meeting. Mrs. Germaine l)ecoeur served refreshntents. one and one situation at the six, Pant ttmnphrey with two foul line. A quick two seconds md Angle Dobbins with one. ran off the clock before Teamwise, Oxbow connected Vel'genrKs could call timeout, on 52 per cent from the foul A full court pass to June line, 12-23, and 36 per cent Charbonneau and the front the field, 18-50. In the resulting missed shot from 20 third quarter flurry of points feet put Oxbow in the semi- they canned 8 of 22 shots, and finals of Class l Playdown in the fourth quarter con- competition, netted on 2 of six, not shooting Asked about the inbounds a field goal after the 4:20 play with two seconds left, mark Garone said, "l nearly fain ........... ted. After the time out, l realized that I didn't assign Kathy a person to guard and Wallyball News there was number ll down there all by herself. We were ¢standings) fortunate that the shot didn't Poi,ts goit]." 4 Ruggles Market --Dave Rounding out thescoring for Dodge Capt., Steve Car- bonneau, Dave Paronto, Katharine Blaisdell George Mitchell. 787-6315 4 Russ's Hideaway Twenty-six members and Lounge-- Jim Slayton capt., guests of AARP met at the Steve Blood, Bruce Nelson, VFW }fall on Thursday PicSlayton. evening for a regular meeting 3 Lavoies Sales & Service -- and pot luck supper. The Larry Lavoie Capt., Mike business meeting was con- Lavoie, Charlie ValiSe, Hugh dueled by Vice President Leo Kinney. Fortier. In place of the March 2 Racquet Shack -- Will meeting plans were made to Dauphinais Capt., Barry go to Warner's Gallery for a Field, Scott McAIlister, Tim buffet dinner. Tlis will be on Courey. March 19 at 6:30 p.m. 2 I)ud's Area ..... Dave Chase The group was entertained Capt., Steve Savage, Bob by a high school chorus under Miller, Brad Kennedy. the direction of Miss Edith 20.S.A. -- Gary Conrad Ann Emery. This chorus will Capt. - Dave Joslin, Pete later represent Woodsville Conrad, Rick Hall. High School at the New I ()'Dell Walker Band -- Hampshire Music Festival. Randy O'Dell Capt., Brian The excellent appearance and O'Dell, Lance Mills, Dick performance of these young Walker• people and their director was 0 The Farmers and 1 -- very much appreciated by the Francis Stoddard Capt., Don audience. Kimball, Rick Hatch, Chuck Elms. Wednesday, Feb. 25 1• Y M E : Select men, 7: 30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26 BI{AI)FOItl): Selechnen, 4 p.m. Friday, Feb, '-'7 WOOI)SVILIE : ltaverhill District Court, 2 p,m. Saturday, Feb. 28 PIEI{MONT: Selectmen, 1:3O p.m. Monday, Mar. 2 ilAVEI{tIILL: Selectmen, 7 p.m. FA ll{lJ,:E : Selectmen, 8 p.m. ORFORD: Select men, 7 p.m. THETFOI{D: Selectmen, 7 p.m. BATH : Se]ectrqen, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Mar. 3 (;i{()TON : Selectmen, 7 p.m. TIIETFOIU) : Elemenlary School Board, 7:30 p.m. ('()l{1NTll: Selectmen, 8 p.m. Wednesday, Mat'. 4 \\;%'t':IA,S t{IVt£1(: Blue Mountain Union ttigh School, 7:30 t) n N EL P/;ILY : Village "l'rutees, 7 ::it) p.m. Slight Irreg. 50% /is Tagged Woodsvllle, N.H. St. Johnsbury, Vt. I NOBODY PAYS MOREtl ' I _ As Candidate for ORFORD ROAD AGENT ,James B. McCarthy THANKS YOU for your support[ I I II I an armful! Ends Sat. Feb. 28th BOOTS 15.O10% That's the annual rate of interest we pay on a 6 month money market certificate at the Bradford National Bank. $10,000.00 minimum above rate effective Feb 19 Thru Feb. 25, 1981 Federal Regulations Provide For A Substantial Penalty On Early Withdrawal, And Also Forbid Compounding Of Interest BRADFORD wC . Bradford 222-5231 Falrl. 333-43 k ....... / Thetfor(:l 785-2tt2   Newbury 866-5672 MEMBER FDIC -/ Deposits Insured To $100,0OO BATH Fleece-lined foul weather Reg. $28-$38 Your Choice T0u.r.  Slight IRg, L,,5 Irregulars ....... _ILI:.AKANCE of Sportswear i I ll • D3PI[( andFashion -1--'1'111 I Bn, Items " IF1 I II . I Assorted [] RInT Regularly ''ya • IIIV/ - d.  ' W Ha e Other Great Sale Items on Basic Clothing Needs! NEW SPRING, ITEMS ARRIVING . Gunne Sax ,k Designer Jeans , Sportswear . Tops , Dresses Main Street BRADFORD, VT.  Phone 222-9012 February 25, i,q81-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 Warren A stir was caused for a short cellars, yards and drives. The time Saturday, when the bank Baker River peaked higher burglary alarm was tripped, than it has for some years. The excitement died quickly Now the rivers and brooks are as this has happened before, cleaned of ice so this should be '.et's hope this alarm works our high water for theyear. than this if a real The Asquamchumauke was inprogress. Snowmobile Club won two Damage was caused by the trophies at the Easter Seal high water of Wednesday drive-in, although no one aight. Water was running in drove in, on a snowmobile the north door of the Cate barn that is. They won the new Lyle !and out the south door. Fib McBurney revolving Seventy head of cattle stood in trophy for having the most about one foot of water most of members present from any night. Several had flooded club in Grafton County, and Sharpening Service Circular Blades--Hand Saws Carbide Grinding & Retipping Saw Chain--Mower Blades--Axes 439-5874 East Topsham, Vt. 141 sT I.IONS ANN I'AI, Nort nncn'nn Annmatcunn" Floyd It. tray 764-9979 the second for contributing the second highest for a club. We turned in $601. A good meeting was held by the club at the fire house Sunday evening. A work force is scheduled for Saturday to clean out a trail. Today the temperature is 50 plus in Warren, and a very small amount of snow is in sight. I'll bet the sap is run- ning, but this will not last long. I have never seen winter end in the middle of February here yet. We might have six weeks of "sledding" in March. The Hillbrunners were at their place on Clement tlill over the vacation weekend. This warn] weather has even fooled the bees. They have been flying for the last couple of days. Bertha Whitcher and India Lupien are patients at the Cottage Hospital in Wood- sville. Send a card., FEBRUARY 25-26-27- 28 MARCH 1 COMMUNITY BUItDING WOODSVILLE NEW liAMPSillI|E WEDNESDAY, FEB. 25 "B" 7:30 p.m. Blue Mr. Independents vs Orford Town Team ,,, "B" 9:00 p.m. Franconia Stingers vs Chelsea Greens THURSDAY, FEB. 26 "B" 7:00 p.m. Lin-wood Town Team us Ryegate Rebels "B" 8:30 p.m. Woodsville American Legion vs Chelsea Red Devils • THHSDAY, FEB. 26 "A" 10:00 p,m. Hartford Eleazars vs Berlin Oleson's Variety Individual end Teem Trophies WiN Be AN to tiE: Winners, Runner-ups tn Each Cla. TrB(lies Wln Awarded to Each Member of the AII-Tournalknt Teems..', Other Trophies Will be Awarded for HigQ TOWllamMI! Scorer in Both Classes -- Oesl All-Around  in Eecb Class -- Best Free Throw Player in Each Citrus  High Game Scorer in Each Class -- nesl RelNmaQt In y G. Smith Memorial Award --lib "Tbe bsung Hero" in Each Class. and Frankie |. 141M Sportsman Award in Each Class -- ; Coaches Award . .... TICKETS FOR DOOR PRIZES ON SAt E FRIDAY, FEH. 27 "A" 7:00 p.m. Haverhill Hawks VS Nowport Landing Lobsters "A" B:30 p.m Weslhury Park vs Manchester Campus Hi Fi , "A" 10:00 p.m. errimack Meat Shop r 1 vs • ,, q;Twin River Sports ,, ::$AIlIIRDAY, FEB. 28 ,, '8 Semi-Final -- 7:30 p.m. ""B" Semi-Final -- 9:00 p.m. SUNDAY, MARCH ! "A" Semi-Final -- 1:30 p.m. "A" Semi-Final -- 3:00 p.m. SUNDAY EVENING, MARCH ! "O" Championship -- 7:00 p.m. • 'A" Championship -- 8:30 p,m. ADVANCE TICKET SALE Xyaaabte om Jm WaiSt, watke, Me,or Sae woodsv*.e N N a.o Ros Tvto, M O Taylor m we. a,,e, w ONE TICKET GOOD FOR ALL GAMES Sludents- '250 Adults - '700 TICKETS AT DOOR Stude q, SO I,!,J 1 50 Drawings to be Held After Finals Imperial New Yorker w/5th Avenue Pkg, LeBaron Medallion 4-dr. Sedan Plymouth Arrow Sport * Oxbow girls competing for Class I championship O's in playdown (continued from page 8) the circle worked. From 4:40 game away, but missed on a Oxbow was Pan] Cook with to 1:43, neither team scored, altitough Vergennes missed four foul shots, two coming on the front end of a ()tie and one situation. A field goal anti two foul shots by Mills brought Vergennes within four, 48-44 at the 1:31 mark and closed to within two on tim strength of ,lull(' Charbonneau's jumper with 28 seconds remaining. I)on the stretch both Carbee and Peterson failed to colt- nect on foul shots in a bonus situation. Three times in the final 2O seconds Vcrgennes failed to tie the game on field goals. With four seconds remaining, Carbee had a chance to put the I{AliI{E The Oxbow center Karyn Marshall. ()lympians upset a strong Coming off the bench and Milton team in tile GirLs (:lass playing tim besl game of her 1 Semi4inal Playdown 62-59 l:t'eer was Senior forward earmng the right to meet the [',am Cook, rebounding at both winner of Burr & Burton Vs. ends and scoring 15 poinLs. St. Johnsbury for the State JOdY Pratt added ten points, Championship. The gamewill Kathy Peterson seven and be held at Barre Auditorium Angie Dobbins two to round at 8:30 pro. Saturday. out the scoring For the ()lympians it was a With the exception of the complete team effort. Karin first two points of the game, I)wyer again led the Oxbow Oxbow held the lead scoring, pouring in a game throughout the contest. Full high 28 points and completely details will appear m next donfinating the taller Milton week's Journal ()pinion, I 2:41 of the period. Ahead 48-36 the Oxbow offense became dormant, actually non- existent, for the rest of tim game. It nearly cost them the vicl6ry. Lisa Mills started Vergennes on the comeback trail with a running one hinder frmn the right side of the foul line with 4:40 left in the contest. Oxbow then went inlo a 'stall.' Gargne, after the game, pointed out, "I wanted tbe clock to run down as far as possible. The difference between a stall and freeze, is that if we have a good shot, the players will take it. But we won't force anything." The stall, an outside weave above N. Haverhill Another grandchild for the Blaisdells: Angela Carol, daughter of Carl and Theresa T Blaisdell of Briar Hill, born Feb. 18. Gladys Gilman and Ger- trude Brooks entertained Hazel Joslin, Emily Metealf, and Mildred and Isabell Patten on Valentine's Day, enjoying an evening of cards and dominoes. James Mclntyre has returned from three weeks in North Carolina visiting friends and relatives, Eleven members of the Woodsvilie Progressive Club met February 16 for lunch at the home of Barbara Sanders in Woodsville. Members worked on the quilt which will soon be raffled for W.H.S. scholarships. President Shirley Cobb also gave some helpful hints for sewing. Eleven members of the North Haverhill Girls' Club met February 18 at the home of Janine Sorg in Haverhill. Mter the business meeting and Valentine gift exchange, delicious "heart" cakes were seryed by-tJae committee of Jean Horne, Belinda Lees, and the hostess. The mystery W. Newbury The committee for the new West Newbury Cook Books are a busy group. It was 50 years ago when the last eook books were gotten out and Mrs. Russell Tyler was the head of the work. Mrs. Edith Colson and Mrs. Solan Stevens were in Windsor last Thursday to visfl a dear friend \\;vho i,":, ill. Mrs, tterbert (;ilson ac- companied Mrs. John Paulson of Mr.,Lakes to Littleton one day recently. Plgmoulfi DAYS Plymouth Grin Fury 4-dr. Sedan Champ LS Plymouth Trail Duster Sport m SAVE Get 7% of the full sticker price P.lymouth Voyager Maxi-Wagon back direct from the " pi mo00ulh TO3 ' Omni Custom manufacturer Sa00poro Dodge Colt Custom - HUrry| t Check 0id imP prices now, .... St. Regis 4-dr. Sedan /.-  ..,_.._ )n Wagon' Dodge Mirada w/CMX Pkg, Dodge Challenger Dodge 02 w/Sport Pkg. ik'alker Motor Sales, lne.l00 Dartmouth C011ei[e Road ....... ... Dodge Woodsville, N.H. ,.m,o,.=.  :HoR'S.LR OU.-/'U-.. package was won by Rose Tucker. The VIS group played cards last Thursday with Bessie Anderson winning first place, Miriam Lane, second, and Rita Fournier, low score. Jeanne ttorne was hostess. Overnight guests at Miriam Lane's were her brothers Chester and Paul, Paul's wife Francis, and Miriam's daughter, Theda Wright. They came from Massachusetts to celebrate Paul and Frances' twelfth wedding anniversary. Edith Demetroulis has returned from a visit with her son Jimmy at Enosburg, Vt. Edna Gay is visiting friends in Connecticut. Alice Girouard and her aunt, Pauline Willis of East Ryegate, spent several days in Brooklyn, N. Y., with Herb and Janet Liesner, summer residents at French Pond. They enjoyed even balmier weather there than we did here. They went shopping and sight-seeing in New York City, and saw a play. On the way home they stopped for lunch .with Tony and Marge Hayden m Old Greenwich, Conn. The Haydens spend summers in Center Haverhill. Bertha Carleton 429-3868 The storms we have had this past week left the road crew oceupied. The lights in this locality were off for a few hours which was disturbing. Many families have been visited wilh the flu bug. Mrs. Joseph Decoeur is out after having the nfisfortune to fall in the cellar and hurt her back. The next \\;,omen's Fellowship meeting will be Feb. 18 at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Robert AtWood. Attorney Gavin Reid will talk on wills which sounds interesting. Last Monday evening the Executive ('ommittee of the omtn s Felh)wship met at the home of Mrs. Ernest ltemmings. Mrs. Andrew Jarrell is president: Mrs. Donald Putnam, vice president ; Mrs. Joseph Decoeur, secretary and Mrs. Ernest Hemmings, treasurer. Last Monday evening the three ])eacons and three deaconesses me! at the par- sonage for a meeting. Mrs. Germaine l)ecoeur served refreshntents. one and one situation at the six, Pant ttmnphrey with two foul line. A quick two seconds md Angle Dobbins with one. ran off the clock before Teamwise, Oxbow connected Vel'genrKs could call timeout, on 52 per cent from the foul A full court pass to June line, 12-23, and 36 per cent Charbonneau and the front the field, 18-50. In the resulting missed shot from 20 third quarter flurry of points feet put Oxbow in the semi- they canned 8 of 22 shots, and finals of Class l Playdown in the fourth quarter con- competition, netted on 2 of six, not shooting Asked about the inbounds a field goal after the 4:20 play with two seconds left, mark Garone said, "l nearly fain ........... ted. After the time out, l realized that I didn't assign Kathy a person to guard and Wallyball News there was number ll down there all by herself. We were ¢standings) fortunate that the shot didn't Poi,ts goit]." 4 Ruggles Market --Dave Rounding out thescoring for Dodge Capt., Steve Car- bonneau, Dave Paronto, Katharine Blaisdell George Mitchell. 787-6315 4 Russ's Hideaway Twenty-six members and Lounge-- Jim Slayton capt., guests of AARP met at the Steve Blood, Bruce Nelson, VFW }fall on Thursday PicSlayton. evening for a regular meeting 3 Lavoies Sales & Service -- and pot luck supper. The Larry Lavoie Capt., Mike business meeting was con- Lavoie, Charlie ValiSe, Hugh dueled by Vice President Leo Kinney. Fortier. In place of the March 2 Racquet Shack -- Will meeting plans were made to Dauphinais Capt., Barry go to Warner's Gallery for a Field, Scott McAIlister, Tim buffet dinner. Tlis will be on Courey. March 19 at 6:30 p.m. 2 I)ud's Area ..... Dave Chase The group was entertained Capt., Steve Savage, Bob by a high school chorus under Miller, Brad Kennedy. the direction of Miss Edith 20.S.A. -- Gary Conrad Ann Emery. This chorus will Capt. - Dave Joslin, Pete later represent Woodsville Conrad, Rick Hall. High School at the New I ()'Dell Walker Band -- Hampshire Music Festival. Randy O'Dell Capt., Brian The excellent appearance and O'Dell, Lance Mills, Dick performance of these young Walker• people and their director was 0 The Farmers and 1 -- very much appreciated by the Francis Stoddard Capt., Don audience. Kimball, Rick Hatch, Chuck Elms. Wednesday, Feb. 25 1• Y M E : Select m en, 7: 30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26 BI{AI)FOItl): Selechnen, 4 p.m. Friday, Feb, '-'7 WOOI)SVILIE : ltaverhill District Court, 2 p,m. Saturday, Feb. 28 PIEI{MONT: Selectmen, 1:3O p.m. Monday, Mar. 2 ilAVEI{tIILL: Selectmen, 7 p.m. FA ll{lJ,:E : Selectmen, 8 p.m. ORFORD: Select men, 7 p.m. THETFOI{D: Selectmen, 7 p.m. BATH : Se]ectrqen, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Mar. 3 (;i{()TON : Selectmen, 7 p.m. TIIETFOIU) : Elemenlary School Board, 7:30 p.m. ('()l{1NTll: Selectmen, 8 p.m. Wednesday, Mat'. 4 \\;%'t':IA,S t{IVt£1(: Blue Mountain Union ttigh School, 7:30 t) n N EL P/;ILY : V illage "l'rutees, 7 ::it) p.m. Slight Irreg. 50% /is Tagged Woodsvllle, N.H. St. Johnsbury, Vt. I NOBODY PAYS MOREtl ' I _ As Candidate for ORFORD ROAD AGENT ,James B. McCarthy THANKS YOU for your support[ I I II I an armful! Ends Sat. Feb. 28th BOOTS 15.O10% That's the annual rate of interest we pay on a 6 month money market certificate at the Bradford National Bank. $10,000.00 minimum above rate effective Feb 19 Thru Feb. 25, 1981 Federal Regulations Provide For A Substantial Penalty On Early Withdrawal, And Also Forbid Compounding Of Interest BRADFORD wC . Bradford 222-5231 Falrl. 333-43 k ....... / Thetfor(:l 785-2tt2   Newbury 866-5672 MEMBER FDIC -/ Deposits Insured To $100,0OO BATH Fleece-lined foul weather Reg. $28-$38 Your Choice T0u.r.  Slight IRg, L,,5 Irregulars ....... _ILI:.AKANCE of Sportswear i I ll • D3PI[( andFashion -1--'1'111 I Bn, Items " IF1 I II . I Assorted [] RInT Regularly ''ya • IIIV/ - d.  ' W Ha e Other Great Sale Items on Basic Clothing Needs! NEW SPRING, ITEMS ARRIVING . Gunne Sax ,k Designer Jeans , Sportswear . Tops , Dresses Main Street BRADFORD, VT.  Phone 222-9012