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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-March ! !, 1981 F ,,, I - Social j L- .ll _ NEW DAUGIITER Jane Hawley is engaged WEIA,S RIVER-Dr. and candidate for the degrees of TilpUGilTS Mr. and Mrs. Allen Branch Nothing is quite so annoying Jr. of IAtchfield Park. of Chelsea are the parents of a as to have someone go right on Arizona, Miss Rowe is presently in bornbaby Feb,daughter'27 atAmYMaryLynn'Hit- ierrupting.talking when you're in-her fifth year at Oberlin chcock Memorial Hospital, (Ohio) College where She is a Mrs. ttarry M. Rowe have announced the engagement of their daughter, ,lane tlawley, to Stephen l,loyd Fitch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Fitch, 00ing of Remodeling m Your Kitchen? LLII You Make A Decision, .,2= Check Our , Kitchen Department. We have a wide variety of quality kitchens at com- petitive prices. No gim- micks, no give-aways, just every-day low prices. We will help you design the kitchen you want at a price that you can afford. Before you buy, see the friendly people at Johnson's for a comparison. It could make a difference, and it doesn't cost a cent to compare ! I | | JOHNSON'S HOME CENTER ROUTE 12-A, WEST LEBANON -- 298-5778 l H00RS: 7 a.m.., p.m. Monday ttWU ThursdOy 7 a.m.9 p m, Friday; 7 a m,-5 p,m. Saturday Connval's Andersen Connection THE WlHDOW TRAIH 'tANDERSEN WINDOWS AT 30% DISCOI You asked for it. Another car load of Andersen Windows, this Spring. Tremendous savings. It's the only way to go, lachelor of Music in Piano Performance and Bachelor of Arts in English. Fitch was graduated from Oberlin in May, 1980, with a Bachelor of Music in Per- cussion lerfornlancc, and is now a teaching assistanl in Percussion at the Eastman School of Music in l{oehester. tte wild complete the requirements for his master's degree it] May, 1982. , The wedding is planned for Aug. 8 in the Untied Church of Christ, Congregational, in Wells River. Bradford-Piermont Lenten 8elVeS Following is the schedule of the Bradford-Piermont Inter- cimrch Council Lenten ser- v ices: March 15: United Congregational Church, Piermont, Symbols of Lent, 7:30p.m. March 22: Grace United Methodist Church, Bradford, Youth Service, 7:30 p.m March 29: United Congregational Church, Bradford, The Great Parade, 7:30p.m. April 5: Our Lady of Per- petual Help Church, Bradford, The Convenent Players, 7:30 p.m. April 12: United Congregational Church, Bradford. Palm Sunday Choir Festival, 7:30 p.m. For further information call 222-4562 or 272-4842. .Graf00n RSVP Is recruiting HAVERHILL--The Grafton County Nursing Home is hosting a recruitment program for RSVP volunteers March 18 starting at 2 p.m. The home is located on Route 10, Haverhill. RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program) is an agency that assists men and women 60 years and older to obtain meaningful and productive volunteer assignments in the com- munity. The program will outline the advantages of RSVP mem- bership, and the many ways Wells River student Lisbon liquor . . , store backed wms nattonal honor w Poulsen joined with WEI,I,S I{1VEI(----Gail E. Powers of Wells River, a student at the University of Vermont, has been selected for membership in the 1980- 1981 "'Who's Who Among Students it] American Un|versities and Colleges" lmors program. "Who's Who" honors and rewards the individual scholastic excellence of oulstanding can]pus leaders. II is one of the mosl highly regarded and longstanding "Who's Whn" program marks a pinnacle of scholastic ac hi eve nl en I. Gall will receive a per- sonalized certificate at commencenmnt exercises in recognition of this national hnnor, ller complete biography, including her college record will be presented in the 1980-1981, 47th annual edition of "Who's Who." This reference volume is found in university and public libraries throughout the count ry. Gall is a senior at the University of Vermont majoring ill Music Education. She is among 28 students at tI.V.M, elected to serve on the honors progranl in the nation, having earned lhe over-[ wtlehniilg respect of college /. facullies and administ rat ions. : For shidenls, the outstanding /  i can]pus leaders of the year, national recognition by the ;  " " (;all E. l'oers 1980-1981 Mortar Board, a senior honor society for oulslanding sctmlarship, leadership and service to others, ller otlmr campus activities have included Sludenl MENC Chapter president, student academic advisor, member of the tI.V.M. Women's Choir and I.V.M band librarian. (hill has been on the Dean's IAsl throughout her four years at U.V.M. She was a 1977 graduale of Oxbow High 'hool. Gall is the daughter of ttarvey and Eleanor Powers of Wells River and has one sisler, Sandra, who attends ()xhow ltigh School. Family planning agency moves in Woodsville WOODSVILLE-- Ammon- Client loadat theagency has ookuc Family Planning increased tremendously and Program has announced the the new quarters will enable relocation of its Woodsville us 1o provide betler patient office, service. The office has moved to 145 Ammonoosuc Family Central Street in Woodsville Planning is a non-profit from its former location at the agency offering corn- Collage Hospital. prehensive family planning Office hours have been services which include annual increased at the new location physicals, pap lests, con- and appointments are lraeeptive counseling and available on Monday, Tuesday supplies, and pregnancy and Thursday. The new testing. "]['he agency will also telephone numLer at the office provide speakers on a variety is 747-3990. of topics for interested According to office coun- community, school andparent cilor-manager Denise Leafe, groups. For more in- the new location is well suited formalion, please call 747- CONCORD--Senator Andrew group of interested citizens in Lisbon on March 3 and spoke in favor of keeping the State Liquor Store in Lisbon open. The appearance was before representatives of the State Liquor Commission. A total of 35 bills were passed in the Senate on March 5, most being Sunset legislation. The House amended HB-80 which would give the Fish & Game executive director, with the consent of the commission, power to control the taking of deer has reached the Senate and will have a public hearing March 17th in Room 212 LOB at 10a.m. students make dean's list NORTHFIELD--A total of 43 Vermonters earned Dean's List grades at Norwich University during the first semester of the 1980-81 college year, including John M. Conti of Bradford, class of 1984, and Donald R. Maynard of Chelsea, class of 1983. A student must attain an academic quality-point average of at Least 3.0, the equivalent of a B grade in all subjects, to qualify for the honor. K Cor00th on dean's list E. CORINTH--Lynda Suzanne Erwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Erwin of E. Corinth. was named to the Dean's List by Joel H. Mullenix, Dean of the College, at Pensacola Christian College for academic achievement during the fall semester of the 1980-81 school year. She was named to the Dean's List as a result Of earning a "B" average or higher. A fundamental, independent Christian institution, Pen- sacola Christian College opened its doors in the fall of 1980 to its seventh year class, enrolling over 950 students. We will be ordering a carload of Andersen Windows and Glass Shding lhmrs on April 7, 1981. You read the discount correctly-- per cent ...... . We suggest you place your order early starting March 16th. ('all qw visit us for more specific information. HOURS: Featuring-- Mon.-Fri. 7-5:00 p,m. ("00rifi00;a 1 , ,--,Ta't,,  ELY. VERMONT (8021 333-4381 DON'T MISS THE SPRING CARLOAD SN.E! CAU. COLLECT FOR DETAILS: 102-3334381 STOP BY OUR BOOTH during the 00-ilFarm, Home and Garden Show at the BRADFORD NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY Friday and Saturday March 13th and 14th For Those Attending .The Show, Special Savings Are Available On The Following Lines: PORTABLE APPLIANCES * CHICAGO CUTLEiY' MASTER MECHANIC  HOOVER VACUUM HAND TOOLS . SPORTING FIREA[ t LAWN BOY MOWERS  DELTA 8, , B[NJAMIN MOORE PAINTS DELEX TALK TO US AT THE SHOW, THEN SHOP AT OUR STORE FOR THE SAVINGS! GCVEI00fvIORRILL _. Bradford, Vermont 222-5527 prospective yolunteers can tn the agency's growing help the residents of the family planningneeds. Grafton County Home. The one-hour program will be' "IT ]rl-. 14", *1 followed by refreshments. "- . 1[' .sCgt Reservations are not / required but it would be ap- sees awara preciated if you would contact ........ ,L, . the GCH to indicate your in- Curt.uttt--ine rew terest. If you need tran- Hampshire State Council on spartation, we'll make every Aging is seeking nominations effort to provide it. for the Joseph D. Vaughan For further information, Award, named after the late contact Fran Wilkins, state representative from Volunteer Coordinator, at Newport who was active on (603) 787-6,o/71 or 6972, between the original State Council on 9 a.m .-1 p.m., daily. Aging. Two at BMU are honored WELLS RIVER--Two Blue Mountain Union School students. Mary Stevens of Wells River. and Judy Clark of Groton. have been recognized for achievements. Miss Clark received the Good Citizens Award of the Daughters of the American Revolution. and Miss Stevens The deadline for nominations is April 10. In establishing the award, it was the inlention of the Council on Aging that an annual presentation would be made. The first Joseph D. Vaughan Award was given in I,2. Criteria for candidates for the award are "any retired man or woman who has shown outstanding leadership or demonslrated meritorious achievement, on behalf of older citizens of New Ham- pshire?' The Council suggests that 3..|0. I DIAMONDS a WATCHES ] '1" J We Repair ACCUTRON. TIMEX. [ on ......  I,  -a.. ,.4 [ HASKELLJEWELERS 1: groups in your area and asks L-.- [B031 444-3351 J as much background in- formation as possible on your nominations. "Slate why you believe your nominee is eligible for the award, and what contributions he or she has made to benefit the older citizens of New Hampshire," the Council said. Send nominations to Rep. Sara Townsend, Chairman, May Day Committee, State Council on Aging, 14 Depot Slreel, Concord. N.H. 03301. Deadline for nominations is April 16, 1981. TllOU(;IITS This country is where it is today on account of the real conunon serls(? of the big ta)rnml majority. Will l{0gers will have two of her poems discussing your selection with UPON REFI,ECTION published in May in "The the various senior citizens Men rust out faster then they Mountain Review," an an- wear out. thology of studel{t writing  from the Uermont Couneil of 00J00LEnrJAa...j00l Teachers of English. , Miss Clark, 17-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Clark ot' Groton, is senior class president who is active in many other school and community groups. Miss Stevens, also 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stevens af Wells River, is active in sports and student government and is a member of Ihe National ltonor Society who plans to go to college to study creative writ ing. HANES TUMMY CONTROL EVERY DAY ALL AT Woodsvilh,, N.it. St.__ I_ohnsbury, Vt. Wednesday, Mar. I I WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church of Christ vestry, serving at noon. Reservatinns: 757-2206. BRADFORD: A Community Health Services, Inc. Town Nurse will be checking hypertension, weight and diabetes at the Bradford Senior Center, from 9 a.m.-12 noon. NEWBURY: A Community Health Services, Inc. Town Nurse will be checking hypertension, weight and diabetes at the Bailey Memorial Club, from 1-4 p.m. Friday, Mar. 13 BRAI)FORD: Senior citizens' luncheon, Oxbow Vocational Cenfer. serving at l 1:45 a.m Reservations requested: 18021 222-4782. Saturday, Mar. 14 TItETFORD: Workshop on "Massage, Preventative Health Care." by Gall Charpentier, ltanover, 10 am.-4 p.m. For preregist rat ion, call ( 6031 448.4872 or ( 802 ) 649-2999. Sunday. MarJ 15 TIIETFORD: Sportsman Show & Flea Market, Thetford Academy gym, II a.m.-6 p.m. Spaces for flea market are available. Call 785-2536. Tuesday, Mar. 17 BRADFORD: Senior citizens' luncheon, Oxbow Vocational Center, serving at l 1:45 a.m. Reservations requested: (8021 222-4782. Wednesday, Mar. 18 WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church of Christ vest ry, serving at noon. Reservations: 757-2206. Smith Auto Sales Route 120 Lebanon, N.H. . Buick/Olds " :';"  603448-3500 ; - ,,,,',-A,,?::; ' or call Joe Loschiavo Bradford, Vt. 802439-5466 School Lunche: Oxbow High School Oxtx)w tligh Week of March 9-13 Wednesday--Pnrk & Gravy on Biscuit, vegetable, milk. Thursday--Grilled Cheese, soup, dessert, milk. Friday--llamburger W-Bun, french fries, ve dessert, milk. At J, MENUS SUBJECT TO CHANGE Orford High School For the week of Mar. 9 to 13: Wednesday--No Classes--Teachers' Workshop. Thursday---Soup & Sandwich, carrot stix, fruit Friday--Fish, potatoes, spinach, brownies. For Ihe week of Mar. 16 to 20: Monday--Chop Suey, green beans, cake. Tuesday--'qoup & Sandwich, celery, fruit. Wednesday--Beans & Franks, cabbage salad, fruit. Thursday--Luncheon Meat, beets, potatoes, cookies. Friday--Pizza, salad, fruit. TIIOUGIITS UPON ('ooperation is doing with a A friend is one who is smile what you have to do of you when all others anyway, thinking of themselves. PHOTOGRAPHY ASSOCIATES 1802) 222-4529 --PORTRAITS --WEDDINGS --COMMERCIAL --INVENTORY BRADFORD, VT. (802 New location Airport Road Side of llave We have Plaza - you seen more supplies our for corduroy home and quilted sewing, fabrics. Quilt Butterick Books, Pattern Magazines and and Threads Store Hours Patterns Tues..Thurs. .... 10,5:30 Fri. 10-8 Sat. 10-5 concerned concerned et's fkme it, in order to buy a new or, used car you need money. We're here to see that you get it. When you need it. Without delayl Because we want you to have your car. Finance in advance9 We make it possible with no cost to you until you use the funds. Visit us soon and tell us how much you need:..we'll work on an OK the same day. Check Our Many Servtcesi TALK TO US ABOUT OUR OTHER LOANS TO0! NATIONAL BANK OF WELLS RIVER, VERMONT 05081 8027757-27  Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corpbration Page 6-The Journal Opinion-March ! !, 1981 F ,,, I - Social j L- .ll _ NEW DAUGIITER Jane Hawley is engaged WEIA,S RIVER-Dr. and candidate for the degrees of TilpUGilTS Mr. and Mrs. Allen Branch Nothing is quite so annoying Jr. of IAtchfield Park. of Chelsea are the parents of a as to have someone go right on Arizona, Miss Rowe is presently in bornbaby Feb,daughter'27 atAmYMaryLynn'Hit- ierrupting.talking when you're in-her fifth year at Oberlin chcock Memorial Hospital, (Ohio) College where She is a Mrs. ttarry M. Rowe have announced the engagement of their daughter, ,lane tlawley, to Stephen l,loyd Fitch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Fitch, 00ing of Remodeling m Your Kitchen? LLII You Make A Decision, .,2= Check Our , Kitchen Department. We have a wide variety of quality kitchens at com- petitive prices. No gim- micks, no give-aways, just every-day low prices. We will help you design the kitchen you want at a price that you can afford. Before you buy, see the friendly people at Johnson's for a comparison. It could make a difference, and it doesn't cost a cent to compare ! I | | JOHNSON'S HOME CENTER ROUTE 12-A, WEST LEBANON -- 298-5778 l H00RS: 7 a.m.., p.m. Monday ttWU ThursdOy 7 a.m.9 p m, Friday; 7 a m,-5 p,m. Saturday Connval's Andersen Connection THE WlHDOW TRAIH 'tANDERSEN WINDOWS AT 30% DISCOI You asked for it. Another car load of Andersen Windows, this Spring. Tremendous savings. It's the only way to go, lachelor of Music in Piano Performance and Bachelor of Arts in English. Fitch was graduated from Oberlin in May, 1980, with a Bachelor of Music in Per- cussion lerfornlancc, and is now a teaching assistanl in Percussion at the Eastman School of Music in l{oehester. tte wild complete the requirements for his master's degree it] May, 1982. , The wedding is planned for Aug. 8 in the Untied Church of Christ, Congregational, in Wells River. Bradford-Piermont Lenten 8elVeS Following is the schedule of the Bradford-Piermont Inter- cimrch Council Lenten ser- v ices: March 15: United Congregational Church, Piermont, Symbols of Lent, 7:30p.m. March 22: Grace United Methodist Church, Bradford, Youth Service, 7:30 p.m March 29: United Congregational Church, Bradford, The Great Parade, 7:30p.m. April 5: Our Lady of Per- petual Help Church, Bradford, The Convenent Players, 7:30 p.m. April 12: United Congregational Church, Bradford. Palm Sunday Choir Festival, 7:30 p.m. For further information call 222-4562 or 272-4842. .Graf00n RSVP Is recruiting HAVERHILL--The Grafton County Nursing Home is hosting a recruitment program for RSVP volunteers March 18 starting at 2 p.m. The home is located on Route 10, Haverhill. RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program) is an agency that assists men and women 60 years and older to obtain meaningful and productive volunteer assignments in the com- munity. The program will outline the advantages of RSVP mem- bership, and the many ways Wells River student Lisbon liquor . . , store backed wms nattonal honor w Poulsen joined with WEI,I,S I{1VEI(----Gail E. Powers of Wells River, a student at the University of Vermont, has been selected for membership in the 1980- 1981 "'Who's Who Among Students it] American Un|versities and Colleges" lmors program. "Who's Who" honors and rewards the individual scholastic excellence of oulstanding can]pus leaders. II is one of the mosl highly regarded and longstanding "Who's Whn" program marks a pinnacle of scholastic ac hi eve nl en I. Gall will receive a per- sonalized certificate at commencenmnt exercises in recognition of this national hnnor, ller complete biography, including her college record will be presented in the 1980-1981, 47th annual edition of "Who's Who." This reference volume is found in university and public libraries throughout the count ry. Gall is a senior at the University of Vermont majoring ill Music Education. She is among 28 students at tI.V.M, elected to serve on the honors progranl in the nation, having earned lhe over-[ wtlehniilg respect of college /. facullies and administ rat ions. : For shidenls, the outstanding /  i can]pus leaders of the year, national recognition by the ;  " " (;all E. l'oers 1980-1981 Mortar Board, a senior honor society for oulslanding sctmlarship, leadership and service to others, ller otlmr campus activities have included Sludenl MENC Chapter president, student academic advisor, member of the tI.V.M. Women's Choir and I.V.M band librarian. (hill has been on the Dean's IAsl throughout her four years at U.V.M. She was a 1977 graduale of Oxbow High 'hool. Gall is the daughter of ttarvey and Eleanor Powers of Wells River and has one sisler, Sandra, who attends ()xhow ltigh School. Family planning agency moves in Woodsville WOODSVILLE-- Ammon- Client loadat theagency has ookuc Family Planning increased tremendously and Program has announced the the new quarters will enable relocation of its Woodsville us 1o provide betler patient office, service. The office has moved to 145 Ammonoosuc Family Central Street in Woodsville Planning is a non-profit from its former location at the agency offering corn- Collage Hospital. prehensive family planning Office hours have been services which include annual increased at the new location physicals, pap lests, con- and appointments are lraeeptive counseling and available on Monday, Tuesday supplies, and pregnancy and Thursday. The new testing. "]['he agency will also telephone numLer at the office provide speakers on a variety is 747-3990. of topics for interested According to office coun- community, school andparent cilor-manager Denise Leafe, groups. For more in- the new location is well suited formalion, please call 747- CONCORD--Senator Andrew group of interested citizens in Lisbon on March 3 and spoke in favor of keeping the State Liquor Store in Lisbon open. The appearance was before representatives of the State Liquor Commission. A total of 35 bills were passed in the Senate on March 5, most being Sunset legislation. The House amended HB-80 which would give the Fish & Game executive director, with the consent of the commission, power to control the taking of deer has reached the Senate and will have a public hearing March 17th in Room 212 LOB at 10a.m. students make dean's list NORTHFIELD--A total of 43 Vermonters earned Dean's List grades at Norwich University during the first semester of the 1980-81 college year, including John M. Conti of Bradford, class of 1984, and Donald R. Maynard of Chelsea, class of 1983. A student must attain an academic quality-point average of at Least 3.0, the equivalent of a B grade in all subjects, to qualify for the honor. K Cor00th on dean's list E. CORINTH--Lynda Suzanne Erwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Erwin of E. Corinth. was named to the Dean's List by Joel H. Mullenix, Dean of the College, at Pensacola Christian College for academic achievement during the fall semester of the 1980-81 school year. She was named to the Dean's List as a result Of earning a "B" average or higher. A fundamental, independent Christian institution, Pen- sacola Christian College opened its doors in the fall of 1980 to its seventh year class, enrolling over 950 students. We will be ordering a carload of Andersen Windows and Glass Shding lhmrs on April 7, 1981. You read the discount correctly-- per cent ...... . We suggest you place your order early starting March 16th. ('all qw visit us for more specific information. HOURS: Featuring-- Mon.-Fri. 7-5:00 p,m. ("00rifi00;a 1 , ,--,Ta't,,  ELY. VERMONT (8021 333-4381 DON'T MISS THE SPRING CARLOAD SN.E! CAU. COLLECT FOR DETAILS: 102-3334381 STOP BY OUR BOOTH during the 00-ilFarm, Home and Garden Show at the BRADFORD NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY Friday and Saturday March 13th and 14th For Those Attending .The Show, Special Savings Are Available On The Following Lines: PORTABLE APPLIANCES * CHICAGO CUTLEiY' MASTER MECHANIC  HOOVER VACUUM HAND TOOLS . SPORTING FIREA[ t LAWN BOY MOWERS  DELTA 8, , B[NJAMIN MOORE PAINTS DELEX TALK TO US AT THE SHOW, THEN SHOP AT OUR STORE FOR THE SAVINGS! GCVEI00fvIORRILL _. Bradford, Vermont 222-5527 prospective yolunteers can tn the agency's growing help the residents of the family planningneeds. Grafton County Home. The one-hour program will be' "IT ]rl-. 14", *1 followed by refreshments. "- . 1[' .sCgt Reservations are not / required but it would be ap- sees awara preciated if you would contact ........ ,L, . the GCH to indicate your in- Curt.uttt--ine rew terest. If you need tran- Hampshire State Council on spartation, we'll make every Aging is seeking nominations effort to provide it. for the Joseph D. Vaughan For further information, Award, named after the late contact Fran Wilkins, state representative from Volunteer Coordinator, at Newport who was active on (603) 787-6,o/71 or 6972, between the original State Council on 9 a.m .-1 p.m., daily. Aging. Two at BMU are honored WELLS RIVER--Two Blue Mountain Union School students. Mary Stevens of Wells River. and Judy Clark of Groton. have been recognized for achievements. Miss Clark received the Good Citizens Award of the Daughters of the American Revolution. and Miss Stevens The deadline for nominations is April 10. In establishing the award, it was the inlention of the Council on Aging that an annual presentation would be made. The first Joseph D. Vaughan Award was given in I,2. Criteria for candidates for the award are "any retired man or woman who has shown outstanding leadership or demonslrated meritorious achievement, on behalf of older citizens of New Ham- pshire?' The Council suggests that 3..|0. I DIAMONDS a WATCHES ] '1" J We Repair ACCUTRON. TIMEX. [ on ......  I,  -a.. ,.4 [ HASKELLJEWELERS 1: groups in your area and asks L-.- [B031 444-3351 J as much background in- formation as possible on your nominations. "Slate why you believe your nominee is eligible for the award, and what contributions he or she has made to benefit the older citizens of New Hampshire," the Council said. Send nominations to Rep. Sara Townsend, Chairman, May Day Committee, State Council on Aging, 14 Depot Slreel, Concord. N.H. 03301. Deadline for nominations is April 16, 1981. TllOU(;IITS This country is where it is today on account of the real conunon serls(? of the big ta)rnml majority. Will l{0gers will have two of her poems discussing your selection with UPON REFI,ECTION published in May in "The the various senior citizens Men rust out faster then they Mountain Review," an an- wear out. thology of studel{t writing  from the Uermont Couneil of 00J00LEnrJAa...j00l Teachers of English. , Miss Clark, 17-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Clark ot' Groton, is senior class president who is active in many other school and community groups. Miss Stevens, also 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stevens af Wells River, is active in sports and student government and is a member of Ihe National ltonor Society who plans to go to college to study creative writ ing. HANES TUMMY CONTROL EVERY DAY ALL AT Woodsvilh,, N.it. St.__ I_ohnsbury, Vt. Wednesday, Mar. I I WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church of Christ vestry, serving at noon. Reservatinns: 757-2206. BRADFORD: A Community Health Services, Inc. Town Nurse will be checking hypertension, weight and diabetes at the Bradford Senior Center, from 9 a.m.-12 noon. NEWBURY: A Community Health Services, Inc. Town Nurse will be checking hypertension, weight and diabetes at the Bailey Memorial Club, from 1-4 p.m. Friday, Mar. 13 BRAI)FORD: Senior citizens' luncheon, Oxbow Vocational Cenfer. serving at l 1:45 a.m Reservations requested: 18021 222-4782. Saturday, Mar. 14 TItETFORD: Workshop on "Massage, Preventative Health Care." by Gall Charpentier, ltanover, 10 am.-4 p.m. For preregist rat ion, call ( 6031 448.4872 or ( 802 ) 649-2999. Sunday. MarJ 15 TIIETFORD: Sportsman Show & Flea Market, Thetford Academy gym, II a.m.-6 p.m. Spaces for flea market are available. Call 785-2536. Tuesday, Mar. 17 BRADFORD: Senior citizens' luncheon, Oxbow Vocational Center, serving at l 1:45 a.m. Reservations requested: (8021 222-4782. Wednesday, Mar. 18 WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church of Christ vest ry, serving at noon. Reservations: 757-2206. Smith Auto Sales Route 120 Lebanon, N.H. . Buick/Olds " :';"  603448-3500 ; - ,,,,',-A,,?::; ' or call Joe Loschiavo Bradford, Vt. 802439-5466 School Lunche: Oxbow High School Oxtx)w tligh Week of March 9-13 Wednesday--Pnrk & Gravy on Biscuit, vegetable, milk. Thursday--Grilled Cheese, soup, dessert, milk. Friday--llamburger W-Bun, french fries, ve dessert, milk. At J, MENUS SUBJECT TO CHANGE Orford High School For the week of Mar. 9 to 13: Wednesday--No Classes--Teachers' Workshop. Thursday---Soup & Sandwich, carrot stix, fruit Friday--Fish, potatoes, spinach, brownies. For Ihe week of Mar. 16 to 20: Monday--Chop Suey, green beans, cake. Tuesday--'qoup & Sandwich, celery, fruit. Wednesday--Beans & Franks, cabbage salad, fruit. Thursday--Luncheon Meat, beets, potatoes, cookies. Friday--Pizza, salad, fruit. TIIOUGIITS UPON ('ooperation is doing with a A friend is one who is smile what you have to do of you when all others anyway, thinking of themselves. PHOTOGRAPHY ASSOCIATES 1802) 222-4529 --PORTRAITS --WEDDINGS --COMMERCIAL --INVENTORY BRADFORD, VT. (802 New location Airport Road Side of llave We have Plaza - you seen more supplies our for corduroy home and quilted sewing, fabrics. Quilt Butterick Books, Pattern Magazines and and Threads Store Hours Patterns Tues..Thurs. .... 10,5:30 Fri. 10-8 Sat. 10-5 concerned concerned et's fkme it, in order to buy a new or, used car you need money. We're here to see that you get it. When you need it. Without delayl Because we want you to have your car. Finance in advance9 We make it possible with no cost to you until you use the funds. Visit us soon and tell us how much you need:..we'll work on an OK the same day. Check Our Many Servtcesi TALK TO US ABOUT OUR OTHER LOANS TO0! NATIONAL BANK OF WELLS RIVER, VERMONT 05081 8027757-27  Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corpbration