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March 3, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 COUPON CLIPPER Can you use an old box top for a new offer? flhller COUPON A refunding puzzled me for refund offer box top and a reg- , can luse a box a tape that I several months refund was Judy B. from -- Yes, you refund offers do rules concerning of purchase. CLIPPER -- I would like to as the box top is take advantage of a refund product specified offer that asks for the "cam- offer and as plete label" as a proof of includes the purchase. But on the back of that prod- the label is a cents-off no trou- coupon that I would also like r refund, to use. COUPON Do you think that I can -- I recently send for the refund with the One, Get One label missing the coupon for Betty portion? -- Joan S. from Deluxe Clinton, Md. also have a DEAR JOAN -- I can't a free box of believe that any company a previous would be mean enough to mail-in offer, purposely place a coupon on a label to prevent shoppers the "Buy from taking advantage of a refund offer -- or vice Free" coupon free packages? versa. from Grafton, This situation usually occurs as a result of an over- CHERYL -- I'm sight. The fellow who tell youthat planned the refund offer One, Get One never got around to talking allows only one with the gal who put the coupon on the label. means that When the company dis- use that coupon covers the problem, it usual- l anyther, includ- ly instructs its fulfillment coupon company to accept the label previous- without the portion contain- the "Buy One, Get ing the coupon. you must Here's a refund form to package, write for: Felicity Refund irmed this with Offer, P.O. Box PM-067, El of General Paso, Texas 79966. This 75- cent refund offer expires COUPON 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 [[urchase 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 $38.24. Cleaning Products, Soaps, Paper Products, Bags, Wraps (File I0) -- Clorox Free Borateem Offer. Receive a 48-ounce box of Borateem. Send the required refund form and one box top from Clorox 2. Expires June 30, 1982. -- Dial Soap Refund. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and eight complete labels from Dial Soap. Expires May 31, 1982. -- Glad $1 Refund Offer. Send the official entry form and another Universal Prod- uct Code symbol from one 15-count, 3-nil. Glad pack- age. Expires Dec. 31, 1982. -- Glory $1 Cash. Receive a $1 refund and a 25-cent W0ONmll St. Jeeepk's Ceflmlic Clnm:k H Rev. Edwin Miine. Saturday Eve Mess, 6:30 i p.m. Sunday Messes, 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. BATH iU.C.C. St. Luke's Epbuqml Clmrcb Service-9 a.m., Wondsville, N.H. Rev. Frances Potter, Holy Communion 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays- 1 h00 ...... a.m. Morning Prayer, 2nd and 4th, Sundays - Bnn'olt 11:00 a.m. 11 bdrl Fndlnmd Ok:k 10:00 a.m., Rev. Arthur Bng/ey. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Youth Fellowship Sunday evening. Youth Fellowship Grades 7 through 12. All ore welcome. NlWlKIRY ConBreemtlml U.C.C. Rev. John Hnggarly, Sunday Services - 11 o.m. Church School 10 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 Clmrdlefhelnme MIMBlbbClmrck Rev. Hysong, pastor. Sunday, 9:45 o.m.o + Newbury, Vt. Rev. Joseph Rinnidi. Sunday 11 a.m. Evening Sunday school. 11 a.m., morning worship. 7 School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Sarvice, 11 a.m. - Prayer Meeting p.m., evonmg worship. Wednesday, 7:15 Evening Fellowship, 7:30 p.m. Bible Study, p.m., mid-week service. Wed., 7:30 p.m. b Ckwdl United Melhedlst a.m., Sunday Services 11 Rev. William L. Shofar, pastor. Sunday, 11 IffsoATi COINBI Prayer Meeting, Wed. 2 a.m., mom;ngworship; churchschoolforpre- gshdPreslqDdunauwdl school children. Tuesdays, 6:30 a.m., men's Ray, Morion T. Rndding. Sunday Worship, breakfast. Helen Rutherford is leading o Bible 11:30 a.m. Church School, 9 o.m. GUINCUFF study group at her home on Thursdays from 9:30-11 a.m.; everyone is welcome. r School - 10:00. 11:00 a.m.- q hpthrt Ckqwdn Service - 6:30 p.m., Albert E. Parker, pastor. Sunday, 10 a.m., Sunday school. 11:00 morning worship. 7 p.m. evening service. Wednesday, 7 p.m., IIAVkINILL prayer meeting. Saturday, 7 p.m., young people's meeting. Sunday Services - 9:30 Vermont BUDFORD CiBmemiml U.C.C. MetkndhtCl,xek Rev. John Knight - Sunday Sorvices 10:45, Jr., Sunday Services- Sunday School 9:30 a.m. - Child Care Provided. Gram MHImlI (:kmllk M. Griffith- Bredford, Vt. Rev. James Boudreou. Sunday 9:00 a.m., Youth Sarvices10:30o.m. SundaySchoo19:15a.m. p.m., Private Tutoring All Ages Invited. Brodfml Evaungdk,d  Cl.wol Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Morning Worship H. Rev. RoI Hysong. 11:00 a.m., Mid-Week Bible Study Thurs., and 7 p.m., Wed., 7 7:30 p.m. S a.m. OIr Lody of Porpat Ibb OImk  .... Bradford, Vt. Father James Cannon C.s.s.R. Sat. Mess, 5:15 p.m. Sun. Mess., 9:00 and glIFOIB *' 11:00 a.m. I, tK! Services 11:00 a.m., Child Core COIHTII I/tt ClngrngolJad Cbwdl Stephen J. Palmer, pastor. Sunday School, 9:45 o.m. Morning Worship, 11. Evening Service, 7. East Corintk ConllreBetimd Clmrch U.C.C. IIMoNT Richard A. White, Pastor, Sunday Worship ..C. 11:00 o.m., Sunday School 9:45 o.m., Pot '.Services. 11 a.m.,Sunday Luck & Vespers Thursday, 6:00 p.m. Choir rehearsal, Thursdays, 7:30 p.m. FAIIU! WMmN St. merd.', Gepal ([plmpd] The Rev. William Atkinson. Sunday Service, 10 a.m. 10:00 a.m. HC first, thkd and fifth. Sundays and MP, second and fourth Sundays. SOUTH IT Semel.dq AkMisl hd Elder Lee Menning. Worship Service, Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Rev. Lee Manning. Saturday Services - Sabbath School - 1 p.m. Worship Service 2:30 p.m. SOUTN IYHHLTI tited pmrlUn Cbw Rev. Marbn T. Rndding. Sunday Worship, 10 a.m. Church School, 9a.m. UNION VILLAGE thlien llbge 'Meth edict Ckwdl Union Village, Vt. Pastor -- Rev. Gary Wait. United Services during the winter with rmfferd Center 11 e r.mt Ckwdo Morning Service 10:30 o,m. All ages invited. WILLS RffBt St. llngeee's Chrdl Joseph Freund, Pastor, C.s.s.R. Saturday Night Moss - 7:00 p.m. Sunday Mess. - 9:30 a.m. Ceelrll.C.C. WelFs River, Vt. Rev. Arthur Cheney, Sunday Service - 10:30 a.m. Child core provided. Sunday School - 9 a.m. flST HEWIUNT Conpl U.C.C. Rev. Joseph DuCoeur, Pastor. Sunday Services t0:45 o.m., Church School - 10:45 a.m. WlST FAIItU Wt Fddee CongmllOtbml Clwnda Paster, Gordon Cook, Sunday School, 9:15 a.m.; Worship Saevice, 10:30 a.m.; Prayer Saevice (Sun.), 7:00 p.m.; Tues. Ladies Bible Study, 10:00 o.m.; Fellowship Night (Wed,), 7:00 p.m. n named cancer chairman S. Burton, Chairman for the 1982 Crusade Planning Committee Councilor for American Cancer Society, in Chairperson. State of New an announcement made As State Crusade Chairman, has been re- recently by Mrs. Barbara Burton will head the annual State Crusade Dempsey of Nashua, Division education fund raising drive For constipation _you'll.call it Overmght Wonder" feel uncomfortable with your laxative? tried the gentle medicine they fight Wonder." and it relieves the discom- .tipation by helping restore the body's rhythm. Try it tonight. You 11 like the feel in the mol:ning! )ills, Ex-Lax is "The Overnight that supports the research, public education, service and rehabilitation programs conducted by the American Cancer Society. The thousands of New Hampshire volunteers who assist with the door-to-door Crusade drive beginning April 1, 1982, will be disseminating educational health leaflets as well as coupon. Send the required refund form (on which you have answered all questions) and a register receipt with the price of Glory circled. Expires July 31, 1982. -- Hefty $2.50 Refund. Receive $2.50 in Hefty coupons. Send the required refund form and two pur- chase seals from 30-count Hefty Trash Bags or three purchase seals from any other Hefty Trash Bags. Expires April 30, 1982. -- Northern Cash Refund Offer. Receive a refund of $1 to $5. Send the required refund form and the North- ern Girl cut from the fronts of any four-roll packages of Northern Bathroom Tissue. Send six proofs for $1, 15 proofs for $3 or 20 proofs for $5. Expires June 30, 1982. -- Wisk, Final Touch, All, Dove, Shield "Blizzard of Savings" Booklet. Receive a booklet containing $25 in coupons and refund offers. Send the required refund form, one Universal Product Code symbol from any size Wisk, Final Touch, Concen- trated All, Dove, Dishwash- er All or Shield and 50 cents for postage and handling. Expires April 30, 1982. Bonus! This offer doesn't require a form: -- Aurora Free Booklet Offer, P.O. Box 553, Young America, Minn. 55397. Receive the booklet "How to Turn a Boring Bathroom into Something Beautiful." Send three "seals of quality" from any Aurora four-packs. Expires .Sept. 07" 1982, or when the supply runs out. United Feature Syndicate, Inc. QUOTE "Nothing is so aggravating + GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY-- Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gilbert of Piermont celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last February 4. Paul .Smith I clal Norvina Jacquith WENTWORTH-- The wed- ding of Paul Smith, son of Mr. Mar/e and Mrs. Stafford Smith, to Norvina Jacquith took place Anne or to Saturday afternoon at his parents' home. Damen Mauchley, Justice of the Peace, performed the ceremony. Noretta Jacquith was her sister's bridesmaid. Garry Sharp was best man. They are both from Bristol. A buffet supper featuring a beautiful wedding cake was served to some 50 guests. Smith to leave OC3HtS BRADFORD-- Ellen Fein, Director of Precare-Mtercare services at Orange County Mental Health, has announced that Michael Smith, Precare -- Mtercare Therapist will be leaving the agency at the end of February. Mike has worked with the Day Treatment Program in Bradford, during the past five and one-half years, with people needing long term mental health care. Irish music featured by dulcimer duo NORWICH-- Noted area folk American instruments, in a variety of styles, blending the dulcimer's sweet sound oc- casionally with guitar, pen- nywhistle, spoons, and vocals. For this performance, the duo will devote most of the program to traditional melodies and songs of Ireland, in keeping with the St. Patrick's day season. The program is planned for all who have a bit of "blarney" in them ! Admission is $3.00; $2.00 for senior citizens and students through high school age. For further information, call (802) musicians Bill Birmingham and Dick Tracy will present a concert of traditional Irish and American music on Monday, March 15, at the Norwich Congregational Church Parish Hall. The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. Birmingham and Tracy are one of the leading dulcimer duos in the nation. Their album, Rabbits, Rhinos, and Reels, was released about a year ago on Green Mountain records and is now in its second pressing. They have performed widely in the East. as calmness." The duo play the mountain 457-3774 or 457-1343 evenings Wilde dulcimer, one of only two truly or weekends. ...... . .. Oxbow band has reacted to the idea in a "positive" manner. The last exchange that Oxbow participated in took place in 1978, when they traded with Sullivan County High School from Pa. Building Trades Mary Nutting, senior at Oxbow High School and student of the vocational building trades class there, says "I like building trades, it's fun." Nutting took this course because she always "liked to build" when she was "a little kid." Her parents told her that as long as she wanted to do it, and would go through the class without quitting, they would allow her to take it. When asked if she is or was treated differently by the teacher or the boys in the class because she is a girl, she quickly replied "no." Nutting claims that the boys treat her just like one of the guys. She said that "last year, the seniors treated me awkwardly because they weren't used to' me." Nutting would like to get a building job after she graduates from Oxbow, but she really wants to build her own house more than anything. She advises everyone to take the cour- se-especially girls. seeking funds for this year's goal of $484,000. New Hampshire's ex- penditures over the past year included $116,032 for Patient and Community Services; $92,177 for Public Education, $31,727 spent on Professional Education, and $214,901 allocated to the National Society for Research, Medical Grants and Fellowships. Leading Role in Musical Tom Rathburn, a junior at Oxbow High School, has one of the leading roles in the musical "Paint Your Wagon". Rathburn said he enjoys and likes having the leading role of Ben Rumson, Rathburn also had a leading role of Dennis O'Finn in the Junior class one act play this year. Rathburn was in the musical "Guys and Dolls", last year. Rathburn attended Boston University last summer and took courses in singing, dancing and acting. All-State selections Joyce Putnam and Tim Grow, two juniors at Oxbow High School, have been selected to play in the band in Vermont's All-State Music Festival. The Festival is to be held in Rutland, Vt. on May 6, 7 and 8. According to Edward Ledwith, Oxbow band director, about 1000 musicians from 58 Vermont high schools auditioned for approximately 120 positions. Putnam says that she is happy that she made it, and that as of now, she would do it again. Grow says that he was "glad and surprised" to learn that he had been selected, and "feels good" about it. When asked if he would audition xlw NIM Sdmt Bradford, Vonnt Edlter ............. JUDY AUGUSTINE Staff .................. LISA FARNHAM MARISA FATHERLEY KATHERINE HARTLEY LESLIE KASPRZAK BETHANNE WRIGHT IolngFor .......... KR ISTIN MERMAN Adviser .............. ARNOLD SHIELDS again, Grow said that he would as of right now, but he added that he doesn't know what he will be doing or what he will want to do next year at this time. Both students said that they didn't find the music difficult, and Grow says that "the music was easy, ( but ) keeping time with the improvisations and knowing which scores to play was hard." Band Exchange On March 26, 27 and 28, the Oxbow High School Band will travel to Warwick, R.I. to participate in an exchange with the Pilgrim High Band. On April 30 and May 1 and 2, the Pilgrim High band will come to Bradford to complete the exchange. When asked to state the reason for a band exchange, Ledwith said "to meet people from othera areas", and to "share a musical experience with another school." Ledwith says that he thinks the exchange is "a great idea". He also stated that the OXBOW NEWS STAFF-- The writers of the news pause for a group picture. Shown above (l-r) are: S.A. Shields, advisor, Judy Augustine, Editor, Bethanne Wright, Leslie Kasprazak, Marisa Fatherley, Lisa Farnham, Kristine Herman, and Katherine Hartley (not shown). , ................ Phone 444-2742 Call collect. ,fAg R(|FRU(K. Woodville N H F'IK! MaRl Pike N H McLAM's STORE, E. Corinth, Vt. FAIRLEE GENERAL Fnirlee, Vt. I CLEANERS ORFORDVILLESTORE, OrfordviIlo, N.H. BATH VARIETY STORE, Bath, N.N. GROTON GENERAL STORE, Croton, Vt. Your complete clothing core center sour. RYEGATESTORE, South Ryegote, Vt. WESTERN AUTO STORE, Bradford, Vt. For pick-up and delivery service MERRtLLS' INSURANCE OFFICE, Lisbon, N.H_  | wed William Wyckoff BRADFORD-- Mr. and Mrs. William G. Sanborn, Jr. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Anne Marie, to Mr. William I, Wyckoff, son of Mrs. Jeanne Wyckoff, son of Mrs.,Joanne Wyckoff of Cambridge, Vt. and Mr. Stanley Wyckoff of Melbourne, FI. Miss Sanborn is a 1978 graduate of Oxbow High / Michael Smith During this time" he spent one year with the agency as Housing Director and Coor- dinator of Emergency Ser- vices, and aided in the development of Ledge Hill Farm. Mike will be relocating in Texas soon and wishes to express his appreciation for the support and cooperation he has received from the community while employed at Orange County. He is also looking forward to new ad- ventures in the Southwest. Bob.O.Link 4-H Club by REGINA CITERONI N. HAVERHILL-- Joannie Aldrich introduced her Fire Safety project by giving out pamphlets on fire safety and rescue room stickers, which were donated by the N. Haverhill Fire Department. On Saturday, Feb. 20, we had a successful trip to Lisbon for the Grafton County Food Show. The following people participated and got blue ribbons. Katrina Clark, Sheila Fabrizio, Sherry Foster, Karen Keniston, Karla-Mari Lane, Kelly Lennon, Kristen Lennon, Heather Olsen, Stephanie Page, Michelle Reed, Christine Roy, Jessica Schablein, Angela Thayer, Janet Thompson, and Jennie Verratti. Karla-Mari Lane, Kelly Lennon, and Janet Thompson placed second in the Ward Bake Contest. Kelly Lennon was the recipient of the Foley Fond Award. On Thursday, Feb. 25, we invited the Little Oxbow 4-H Club to a roller skating party at the Roller Derby. COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES THETFORD-- There will be a Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse at the Thetford Hill Church on Wednesday, March 10 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m, The nurse will be checking for Diabetes, hypertension and weight problems. We H00.d | Y0ur BuSlnm! : 603-942-8173 I 603-942-5581 School and O'Brien's School of Cosmetology in Burlington, Vt., 1979. She is presently employed as a cosmetician at J.C. Penneys in Burlington. Mr. Wyckoff is a 1978 graduate of Lamoille Union High School in Hyde Park, Vt. Presently he is a senior in Electrical Engineering at the University of Vermont. He has accepted a position with IBM of Burlington upon completion of his studies in May. Miss Sanborn is the gran- ddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard B. Martin of E. Anne Marie Sanborn Corinth and Mr. and Mrs. William G. Sanborn of W. Fairlee. She is also the great granddaughter of Mrs. Leon Brainerd of E. Corinth. Eclipse Grange THETFORD-- Because of many severe snow storms and extreme cold, the grange has not held a meeting since last November, until Feb. 23. There was a very good at- tendance and W. M. Lee Fifield was in the chair. A demit was granted to Nancy Cushman with regrets. Vaun Cook, a member of the Community Service Com- mittee has knitted seven lap robes this winter. These will be given to the Batchelder Rest Home in Wilder. Every year the committee gives several of these knitted lap robes to different hospitals and Nursing Homes. The Youth Committee is sponsoring a sliding party on Feb. 27th. This is for the young and young at heart. You do not have to be a grange member to come and enjoy yourself. There will be a big bonfire to keep you warm and to cook your goodies on. So bring your hot dogs or whatever, and have a good time. It will be at the home of Russell and Gretchen Jamieson on Gave Hill, at 4:00 p.m. NEW BABY BOY GLENCLIFF, N.H. -- Mr. and Mrs. Craig Wakefield of Glencliff are the parents of a new baby boy, Adam Craig Scott Wakefield, born on Feb. 18 at Mary Hitchceck Memorial Hospital in Hanover. NEW SON ARRIVES THETFORD-- Mr. and Mrs. Percy Young III of Thetford are the parents of a new baby boy, born on Feb. 16 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. news An invitation from Calvin Coolidge to join them on March 18 was read and ac- cepted. The time will be 8:00 p.m. and it will be at the Cascadanac grange in W. Hartford. For the literary program, there was to be a speaker on town affairs. But due to another commitment, he was unable to come. SO the lec- turer had a short program of several readings. The mystery package was won by Lillian Thurston. Weather permitting, the next meeting will be as scheduled, on March 9th. This will be Youth Night. On Her Birthday Market  Creations Her birthstone. between her parents' birthstones, a reminder of family love and affection. Once-in-a-lifetime-gift! SterlingSilver.. $2995 Also in 1 OK and 14K Gold The design is patented The name is registered S.F. McAIlister Wllle, N.H. (603) 747-3462 ii ii iii q;vrdll Yaztr knll EST LEBAN. N S meunvIde MEMBER NATIONAL BRIDAL SERVICE ii i i ii i .__ ' '/i ............... imi - - ""VACUUM C[tANEn00 +-" I 4 YEARS OF |XPERIINCI Cell Joe DePdo ! -603-448-3787 SALFS & SERVICE BAGS & SUPPliES. March 3, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 COUPON CLIPPER Can you use an old box top for a new offer? flhller COUPON A refunding puzzled me for refund offer box top and a reg- , can luse a box a tape that I several months refund was Judy B. from -- Yes, you refund offers do rules concerning of purchase. CLIPPER -- I would like to as the box top is take advantage of a refund product specified offer that asks for the "cam- offer and as plete label" as a proof of includes the purchase. But on the back of that prod- the label is a cents-off no trou- coupon that I would also like r refund, to use. COUPON Do you think that I can -- I recently send for the refund with the One, Get One label missing the coupon for Betty portion? -- Joan S. from Deluxe Clinton, Md. also have a DEAR JOAN -- I can't a free box of believe that any company a previous would be mean enough to mail-in offer, purposely place a coupon on a label to prevent shoppers the "Buy from taking advantage of a refund offer -- or vice Free" coupon free packages? versa. from Grafton, This situation usually occurs as a result of an over- CHERYL -- I'm sight. The fellow who tell youthat planned the refund offer One, Get One never got around to talking allows only one with the gal who put the coupon on the label. means that When the company dis- use that coupon covers the problem, it usual- l anyther, includ- ly instructs its fulfillment coupon company to accept the label previous- without the portion contain- the "Buy One, Get ing the coupon. you must Here's a refund form to package, write for: Felicity Refund irmed this with Offer, P.O. Box PM-067, El of General Paso, Texas 79966. This 75- cent refund offer expires COUPON 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 [[urchase 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 $38.24. Cleaning Products, Soaps, Paper Products, Bags, Wraps (File I0) -- Clorox Free Borateem Offer. Receive a 48-ounce box of Borateem. Send the required refund form and one box top from Clorox 2. Expires June 30, 1982. -- Dial Soap Refund. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and eight complete labels from Dial Soap. Expires May 31, 1982. -- Glad $1 Refund Offer. Send the official entry form and another Universal Prod- uct Code symbol from one 15-count, 3-nil. Glad pack- age. Expires Dec. 31, 1982. -- Glory $1 Cash. Receive a $1 refund and a 25-cent W0ONmll St. Jeeepk's Ceflmlic Clnm:k H Rev. Edwin Miine. Saturday Eve Mess, 6:30 i p.m. Sunday Messes, 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. BATH iU.C.C. St. Luke's Epbuqml Clmrcb Service-9 a.m., Wondsville, N.H. Rev. Frances Potter, Holy Communion 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays- 1 h00 ...... a.m. Morning Prayer, 2nd and 4th, Sundays - Bnn'olt 11:00 a.m. 11 bdrl Fndlnmd Ok:k 10:00 a.m., Rev. Arthur Bng/ey. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Youth Fellowship Sunday evening. Youth Fellowship Grades 7 through 12. All ore welcome. NlWlKIRY ConBreemtlml U.C.C. Rev. John Hnggarly, Sunday Services - 11 o.m. Church School 10 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 Clmrdlefhelnme MIMBlbbClmrck Rev. Hysong, pastor. Sunday, 9:45 o.m.o + Newbury, Vt. Rev. Joseph Rinnidi. Sunday 11 a.m. Evening Sunday school. 11 a.m., morning worship. 7 School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Sarvice, 11 a.m. - Prayer Meeting p.m., evonmg worship. Wednesday, 7:15 Evening Fellowship, 7:30 p.m. Bible Study, p.m., mid-week service. Wed., 7:30 p.m. b Ckwdl United Melhedlst a.m., Sunday Services 11 Rev. William L. Shofar, pastor. Sunday, 11 IffsoATi COINBI Prayer Meeting, Wed. 2 a.m., mom;ngworship; churchschoolforpre- gshdPreslqDdunauwdl school children. Tuesdays, 6:30 a.m., men's Ray, Morion T. Rndding. Sunday Worship, breakfast. Helen Rutherford is leading o Bible 11:30 a.m. Church School, 9 o.m. GUINCUFF study group at her home on Thursdays from 9:30-11 a.m.; everyone is welcome. r School - 10:00. 11:00 a.m.- q hpthrt Ckqwdn Service - 6:30 p.m., Albert E. Parker, pastor. Sunday, 10 a.m., Sunday school. 11:00 morning worship. 7 p.m. evening service. Wednesday, 7 p.m., IIAVkINILL prayer meeting. Saturday, 7 p.m., young people's meeting. Sunday Services - 9:30 Vermont BUDFORD CiBmemiml U.C.C. MetkndhtCl,xek Rev. John Knight - Sunday Sorvices 10:45, Jr., Sunday Services- Sunday School 9:30 a.m. - Child Care Provided. Gram MHImlI (:kmllk M. Griffith- Bredford, Vt. Rev. James Boudreou. Sunday 9:00 a.m., Youth Sarvices10:30o.m. SundaySchoo19:15a.m. p.m., Private Tutoring All Ages Invited. Brodfml Evaungdk,d  Cl.wol Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Morning Worship H. Rev. RoI Hysong. 11:00 a.m., Mid-Week Bible Study Thurs., and 7 p.m., Wed., 7 7:30 p.m. S a.m. OIr Lody of Porpat Ibb OImk  .... Bradford, Vt. Father James Cannon C.s.s.R. Sat. Mess, 5:15 p.m. Sun. Mess., 9:00 and glIFOIB *' 11:00 a.m. I, tK! Services 11:00 a.m., Child Core COIHTII I/tt ClngrngolJad Cbwdl Stephen J. Palmer, pastor. Sunday School, 9:45 o.m. Morning Worship, 11. Evening Service, 7. East Corintk ConllreBetimd Clmrch U.C.C. IIMoNT Richard A. White, Pastor, Sunday Worship ..C. 11:00 o.m., Sunday School 9:45 o.m., Pot '.Services. 11 a.m.,Sunday Luck & Vespers Thursday, 6:00 p.m. Choir rehearsal, Thursdays, 7:30 p.m. FAIIU! WMmN St. merd.', Gepal ([plmpd] The Rev. William Atkinson. Sunday Service, 10 a.m. 10:00 a.m. HC first, thkd and fifth. Sundays and MP, second and fourth Sundays. SOUTH IT Semel.dq AkMisl hd Elder Lee Menning. Worship Service, Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Rev. Lee Manning. Saturday Services - Sabbath School - 1 p.m. Worship Service 2:30 p.m. SOUTN IYHHLTI tited pmrlUn Cbw Rev. Marbn T. Rndding. Sunday Worship, 10 a.m. Church School, 9a.m. UNION VILLAGE thlien llbge 'Meth edict Ckwdl Union Village, Vt. Pastor -- Rev. Gary Wait. United Services during the winter with rmfferd Center 11 e r.mt Ckwdo Morning Service 10:30 o,m. All ages invited. WILLS RffBt St. llngeee's Chrdl Joseph Freund, Pastor, C.s.s.R. Saturday Night Moss - 7:00 p.m. Sunday Mess. - 9:30 a.m. Ceelrll.C.C. WelFs River, Vt. Rev. Arthur Cheney, Sunday Service - 10:30 a.m. Child core provided. Sunday School - 9 a.m. flST HEWIUNT Conpl U.C.C. Rev. Joseph DuCoeur, Pastor. Sunday Services t0:45 o.m., Church School - 10:45 a.m. WlST FAIItU Wt Fddee CongmllOtbml Clwnda Paster, Gordon Cook, Sunday School, 9:15 a.m.; Worship Saevice, 10:30 a.m.; Prayer Saevice (Sun.), 7:00 p.m.; Tues. Ladies Bible Study, 10:00 o.m.; Fellowship Night (Wed,), 7:00 p.m. n named cancer chairman S. Burton, Chairman for the 1982 Crusade Planning Committee Councilor for American Cancer Society, in Chairperson. State of New an announcement made As State Crusade Chairman, has been re- recently by Mrs. Barbara Burton will head the annual State Crusade Dempsey of Nashua, Division education fund raising drive For constipation _you'll.call it Overmght Wonder" feel uncomfortable with your laxative? tried the gentle medicine they fight Wonder." and it relieves the discom- .tipation by helping restore the body's rhythm. Try it tonight. You 11 like the feel in the mol:ning! )ills, Ex-Lax is "The Overnight that supports the research, public education, service and rehabilitation programs conducted by the American Cancer Society. The thousands of New Hampshire volunteers who assist with the door-to-door Crusade drive beginning April 1, 1982, will be disseminating educational health leaflets as well as coupon. Send the required refund form (on which you have answered all questions) and a register receipt with the price of Glory circled. Expires July 31, 1982. -- Hefty $2.50 Refund. 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Receive the booklet "How to Turn a Boring Bathroom into Something Beautiful." Send three "seals of quality" from any Aurora four-packs. Expires .Sept. 07" 1982, or when the supply runs out. United Feature Syndicate, Inc. QUOTE "Nothing is so aggravating + GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY-- Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gilbert of Piermont celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last February 4. Paul .Smith I clal Norvina Jacquith WENTWORTH-- The wed- ding of Paul Smith, son of Mr. Mar/e and Mrs. Stafford Smith, to Norvina Jacquith took place Anne or to Saturday afternoon at his parents' home. Damen Mauchley, Justice of the Peace, performed the ceremony. Noretta Jacquith was her sister's bridesmaid. Garry Sharp was best man. They are both from Bristol. A buffet supper featuring a beautiful wedding cake was served to some 50 guests. Smith to leave OC3HtS BRADFORD-- Ellen Fein, Director of Precare-Mtercare services at Orange County Mental Health, has announced that Michael Smith, Precare -- Mtercare Therapist will be leaving the agency at the end of February. Mike has worked with the Day Treatment Program in Bradford, during the past five and one-half years, with people needing long term mental health care. Irish music featured by dulcimer duo NORWICH-- Noted area folk American instruments, in a variety of styles, blending the dulcimer's sweet sound oc- casionally with guitar, pen- nywhistle, spoons, and vocals. For this performance, the duo will devote most of the program to traditional melodies and songs of Ireland, in keeping with the St. Patrick's day season. The program is planned for all who have a bit of "blarney" in them ! Admission is $3.00; $2.00 for senior citizens and students through high school age. For further information, call (802) musicians Bill Birmingham and Dick Tracy will present a concert of traditional Irish and American music on Monday, March 15, at the Norwich Congregational Church Parish Hall. The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. Birmingham and Tracy are one of the leading dulcimer duos in the nation. Their album, Rabbits, Rhinos, and Reels, was released about a year ago on Green Mountain records and is now in its second pressing. They have performed widely in the East. as calmness." The duo play the mountain 457-3774 or 457-1343 evenings Wilde dulcimer, one of only two truly or weekends. ...... . .. Oxbow band has reacted to the idea in a "positive" manner. The last exchange that Oxbow participated in took place in 1978, when they traded with Sullivan County High School from Pa. Building Trades Mary Nutting, senior at Oxbow High School and student of the vocational building trades class there, says "I like building trades, it's fun." Nutting took this course because she always "liked to build" when she was "a little kid." Her parents told her that as long as she wanted to do it, and would go through the class without quitting, they would allow her to take it. When asked if she is or was treated differently by the teacher or the boys in the class because she is a girl, she quickly replied "no." Nutting claims that the boys treat her just like one of the guys. She said that "last year, the seniors treated me awkwardly because they weren't used to' me." Nutting would like to get a building job after she graduates from Oxbow, but she really wants to build her own house more than anything. She advises everyone to take the cour- se-especially girls. seeking funds for this year's goal of $484,000. New Hampshire's ex- penditures over the past year included $116,032 for Patient and Community Services; $92,177 for Public Education, $31,727 spent on Professional Education, and $214,901 allocated to the National Society for Research, Medical Grants and Fellowships. Leading Role in Musical Tom Rathburn, a junior at Oxbow High School, has one of the leading roles in the musical "Paint Your Wagon". Rathburn said he enjoys and likes having the leading role of Ben Rumson, Rathburn also had a leading role of Dennis O'Finn in the Junior class one act play this year. Rathburn was in the musical "Guys and Dolls", last year. Rathburn attended Boston University last summer and took courses in singing, dancing and acting. All-State selections Joyce Putnam and Tim Grow, two juniors at Oxbow High School, have been selected to play in the band in Vermont's All-State Music Festival. The Festival is to be held in Rutland, Vt. on May 6, 7 and 8. According to Edward Ledwith, Oxbow band director, about 1000 musicians from 58 Vermont high schools auditioned for approximately 120 positions. Putnam says that she is happy that she made it, and that as of now, she would do it again. Grow says that he was "glad and surprised" to learn that he had been selected, and "feels good" about it. When asked if he would audition xlw NIM Sdmt Bradford, Vonnt Edlter ............. JUDY AUGUSTINE Staff .................. LISA FARNHAM MARISA FATHERLEY KATHERINE HARTLEY LESLIE KASPRZAK BETHANNE WRIGHT IolngFor .......... KR ISTIN MERMAN Adviser .............. ARNOLD SHIELDS again, Grow said that he would as of right now, but he added that he doesn't know what he will be doing or what he will want to do next year at this time. Both students said that they didn't find the music difficult, and Grow says that "the music was easy, ( but ) keeping time with the improvisations and knowing which scores to play was hard." Band Exchange On March 26, 27 and 28, the Oxbow High School Band will travel to Warwick, R.I. to participate in an exchange with the Pilgrim High Band. On April 30 and May 1 and 2, the Pilgrim High band will come to Bradford to complete the exchange. When asked to state the reason for a band exchange, Ledwith said "to meet people from othera areas", and to "share a musical experience with another school." Ledwith says that he thinks the exchange is "a great idea". He also stated that the OXBOW NEWS STAFF-- The writers of the news pause for a group picture. Shown above (l-r) are: S.A. Shields, advisor, Judy Augustine, Editor, Bethanne Wright, Leslie Kasprazak, Marisa Fatherley, Lisa Farnham, Kristine Herman, and Katherine Hartley (not shown). , ................ Phone 444-2742 Call collect. ,fAg R(|FRU(K. Woodville N H F'IK! MaRl Pike N H McLAM's STORE, E. Corinth, Vt. FAIRLEE GENERAL Fnirlee, Vt. I CLEANERS ORFORDVILLESTORE, OrfordviIlo, N.H. BATH VARIETY STORE, Bath, N.N. GROTON GENERAL STORE, Croton, Vt. Your complete clothing core center sour. RYEGATESTORE, South Ryegote, Vt. WESTERN AUTO STORE, Bradford, Vt. For pick-up and delivery service MERRtLLS' INSURANCE OFFICE, Lisbon, N.H_  | wed William Wyckoff BRADFORD-- Mr. and Mrs. William G. Sanborn, Jr. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Anne Marie, to Mr. William I, Wyckoff, son of Mrs. Jeanne Wyckoff, son of Mrs.,Joanne Wyckoff of Cambridge, Vt. and Mr. Stanley Wyckoff of Melbourne, FI. Miss Sanborn is a 1978 graduate of Oxbow High / Michael Smith During this time" he spent one year with the agency as Housing Director and Coor- dinator of Emergency Ser- vices, and aided in the development of Ledge Hill Farm. Mike will be relocating in Texas soon and wishes to express his appreciation for the support and cooperation he has received from the community while employed at Orange County. He is also looking forward to new ad- ventures in the Southwest. Bob.O.Link 4-H Club by REGINA CITERONI N. HAVERHILL-- Joannie Aldrich introduced her Fire Safety project by giving out pamphlets on fire safety and rescue room stickers, which were donated by the N. Haverhill Fire Department. On Saturday, Feb. 20, we had a successful trip to Lisbon for the Grafton County Food Show. The following people participated and got blue ribbons. Katrina Clark, Sheila Fabrizio, Sherry Foster, Karen Keniston, Karla-Mari Lane, Kelly Lennon, Kristen Lennon, Heather Olsen, Stephanie Page, Michelle Reed, Christine Roy, Jessica Schablein, Angela Thayer, Janet Thompson, and Jennie Verratti. Karla-Mari Lane, Kelly Lennon, and Janet Thompson placed second in the Ward Bake Contest. Kelly Lennon was the recipient of the Foley Fond Award. On Thursday, Feb. 25, we invited the Little Oxbow 4-H Club to a roller skating party at the Roller Derby. COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES THETFORD-- There will be a Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse at the Thetford Hill Church on Wednesday, March 10 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m, The nurse will be checking for Diabetes, hypertension and weight problems. We H00.d | Y0ur BuSlnm! : 603-942-8173 I 603-942-5581 School and O'Brien's School of Cosmetology in Burlington, Vt., 1979. She is presently employed as a cosmetician at J.C. Penneys in Burlington. Mr. Wyckoff is a 1978 graduate of Lamoille Union High School in Hyde Park, Vt. Presently he is a senior in Electrical Engineering at the University of Vermont. He has accepted a position with IBM of Burlington upon completion of his studies in May. Miss Sanborn is the gran- ddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard B. Martin of E. Anne Marie Sanborn Corinth and Mr. and Mrs. William G. Sanborn of W. Fairlee. She is also the great granddaughter of Mrs. Leon Brainerd of E. Corinth. Eclipse Grange THETFORD-- Because of many severe snow storms and extreme cold, the grange has not held a meeting since last November, until Feb. 23. There was a very good at- tendance and W. M. Lee Fifield was in the chair. A demit was granted to Nancy Cushman with regrets. Vaun Cook, a member of the Community Service Com- mittee has knitted seven lap robes this winter. These will be given to the Batchelder Rest Home in Wilder. Every year the committee gives several of these knitted lap robes to different hospitals and Nursing Homes. The Youth Committee is sponsoring a sliding party on Feb. 27th. This is for the young and young at heart. You do not have to be a grange member to come and enjoy yourself. There will be a big bonfire to keep you warm and to cook your goodies on. So bring your hot dogs or whatever, and have a good time. It will be at the home of Russell and Gretchen Jamieson on Gave Hill, at 4:00 p.m. NEW BABY BOY GLENCLIFF, N.H. -- Mr. and Mrs. Craig Wakefield of Glencliff are the parents of a new baby boy, Adam Craig Scott Wakefield, born on Feb. 18 at Mary Hitchceck Memorial Hospital in Hanover. NEW SON ARRIVES THETFORD-- Mr. and Mrs. Percy Young III of Thetford are the parents of a new baby boy, born on Feb. 16 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. news An invitation from Calvin Coolidge to join them on March 18 was read and ac- cepted. The time will be 8:00 p.m. and it will be at the Cascadanac grange in W. Hartford. For the literary program, there was to be a speaker on town affairs. But due to another commitment, he was unable to come. SO the lec- turer had a short program of several readings. The mystery package was won by Lillian Thurston. Weather permitting, the next meeting will be as scheduled, on March 9th. This will be Youth Night. 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