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2———JOURNAL OPINION—March 13, —Talk Post Mills The Peabody Library was reeently to April I 3. The Peabody Libraryis the Prom‘3d m the MarCh/APHI edmon 0f state’s oldest library building, according Northern New England the to the write_up_ The magazine also magallne for the region’s AAA mem' profiled libraries in Peterborough, New bets. The profile was part of a feature for H ampshire and ponland, M aine. National Library Week, which is April 7 CROSSWORD CLUES DOWN 1. Hard to believe 2. Used as a pigment in painting 3. Induces vomiting 4. Fifth note of a major scale 5. Written in a majuscule script 6. Brews 8. Misfire 9. Amounts of time 11. The act of perceiving some- CLUES ACROSS 1. Employ 4. Not a starter 7. Matchstick game 8. One who receives a gift 10. One shows highlights 12. Open sore 13. Within 14. __ Caesar, comedian 16. Investment account 17. A negatively charged ion thing visually 19. Immoral act 14. Female sibling 20. Cheek 15. First 21. Lacking in vigor or vitality 18. Sodium 25. Partner to flow 19. Brother or sister 26. Ink 20. Satisfy 27. “Mad Men” actor 22. The lands of an estate 29. A taunt 23. Antiballistic missile 30. Single 24. Taxi 31. A very large body of water 27. Covers the engine 32. A configuration of stars as seen 28. Commentator Coulter from the earth 29. Mousse 39. Herringlike fish 31. Witness 41. No (Scottish) 32. Unlikely to be forgotten 42. White~breasted N. American 33. Bar bill auk 34. Morning 43. American time 35. City south of Moscow 44. Adult female 36. Highly incensed 45. Singer Home 37. Intricater decorated 46. Pronouncements 38. Drew closer to 48. From a distance 9. Beers 3 wiltidian termrearéeawaiw 50. One from Utah 44. Touch lightl 51. Never sleegs.... .. .... ...,. 52. Type of bulb IIIEEEIIII IBEIBEIEI lulu-Ila- fllIEIIIfiI Elna-Ell- IIIIflIIIfl Ella-III- III-EIIEE IIEIIIIII IIIIIIIIE ANSWERS ON PAGE 11 Wt: 3Hzowo=m<H>w>mH<m<mc z-r-er:onn>-nhr-:n£-<—Irn0r-r axzm-grm-e-rfunrr-mzr-Enz-nz-UH um>m>xH<24mzomzmzowr~ LJPF<HUUAHHE<MCHV£24>M n-n—r<um:uron<:—+-4=u-o11‘-rz: QIONCHE<O£mlFm4HE>EO> r--rrn2>N:>rF:um<<mo:umnE:u Swumszzcv<czu<mm>w>v xu<:-rjr-—-rm‘>o:u<oux>=zwnc <me2,=>N‘ZOH—I>nH-nI-rcoz . . Maxim \ 117153; p... Y 47.,wa rimming c a... m. . r-Hrnwzurnmzurrnzwr-rnr-szzc: of Bradford Bobette cribner 3802! 222-5456 St. Patrick’s Day is almost here. The Irish have had all the ups and downs in their country’s political arena. Yet, much oftheir music is happy and designed for singing and dancing. If we could only learn from history and aim toward the firm life rather than creating all the strife in our world. As David and I travel the IntraCoastal Waterway, one of the challenges are the fixed bridges. The mast, on the boat, is 64 feet, four inches. At high tide, quite a few of the bridges are at 63 feet. We discovered on Saturday that sometimes the tide doesn’t go down on the ICW. One of the boys called Sunday morning and asked how we could have traveled for five hours and ended back to where we started? In this modern world, it is pretty easy for those who want, to track where you are and where you are going. It isn’t just programs on TV, it is real life. Steve Tucker, an Oxbow High School graduate, has been appointed as the next superintendent of the Laconia School District. Tucker is currently the director of curriculum in the Gilford School District, and he previously taught in Laconia. On March 13 beginning at 6 p.m.,, there will a discussion about the forced elimination of the Bradford and Newbury Elementary School Boards, known as Act 46, at the Space on Main. Over the years, there has been much discussion about the Bradford Town Plan versus the Regional Plan. On March 13 from 6 to 7 p.m., Two Rivers Ottauquechee Regional Planning Com- mission will hold a “listening session” at the Space on Main. This is an opportunity to discuss what you perceive as . the future good development in Bradford. The Cohase Rotary Club is holding a pie dimer firnd raiser for their scholarship funds on March 14 at Court Street Arts. The price is $10 person and $5 for children 12 and under. Come and Celebrate Pi Day. On March 15, the Space on Main will be hosting “Photographs” by Emily Marsh. More information is available online. Auditions for the Old Church Theater, two one-act plays are on March 15 at 6:30 pm. and March 16 at 2 pm. The theater is located at l 76 Waits Rive Road next to Bradford Vet. ., We all remember childhood experi¥ ences that we probably would really like to forget. On March 26, Little Rivegs Health Care will show the film “Faces of ACEs.” This film deals with childhood“ 6 Haverhill Robert Roudebush (603) 787—6549 roudewinel@charter.net Airport manager resigns The manager of Dean Memorial Airport just off Benton Road in North Haverhill has resigned, it was announced at the selectboard meeting March 4. No reason was given for the change for Dennis Cunningham, who has held that post for several years. Stuart McDanolds, an airport commission member, was Cunningham’s backup and has been named temporary manager until a new one is hired. Four men running The candidates hoping to fill two open seats on the selectboard were all present at the second Candidate’s Forum held recently at the Municipal Building. They are Mathew Bjelobrk, who retired from the New York Police Department and also served more than 30 years in the Army/N ational Guard; Michael Bonanno, a previous selectman and Marine veteran; Howard Hatch, a well known local business owner and longtime community member active on the town’s budget committee; and Gary Hebert, who once served Haverhill as a police officer and who currently serves as Police Chief of Piermont. By publication time of this issue, town residents will have already voted at the balloting portion of town meeting March 12, with the deliberative portion of the annual meeting to take place March 16, beginning at 9 a.m. at Haverhill Cooperative Middle School. A century’s achievement North Haverhill’ 3 Evelyn Brown was guest ofhonor at a recent reception at the Congregational Church in Haverhill Comer—she has turned 100 years old. There was a special three part cake created for her, spelling out the three numbers in “100,” and guess who cut that cake and dished up the ice cream to her friends. Singing Engineers The Woodsville High School Choral department will be represented by the eight member Engineers Of Sound March 27 at the New Hampshire Statehouse. They’ll be performing for the Executive Council and the Governor. Engineers Of Sound is an auditioned ensemble that is student led, with teacher facilitation. They meet one to two days weekly to sight read and learn challenging choral literature. Students explore music around the four areas of creating, performing, responding and connecting. Jammin’ music Picture a group of musicians, maybe Stresses and What they can lead to in 1alterii’QZO or so, all gathered in a semi-circle and life such as heart disease and cancer. playing country and bluegrass together, ThiSWillbefOHOWedbyadiSCuSSlOXlWith '7‘n0'drums, no horns, and no alcohol. at» the filmmaker Kimberly'Pierce.‘ Ligh Donations appreciated. Vermont Council on Aging is celebrating creativity in the month of May. You are invited to submit digital photos of artwork by April 11. Call 802-476- 267 1 for more information. ’3‘? Propane 0 Heating Oil 0 Diesel ‘ I. That’s called an Acoustic Music Jam, viii}: e 2‘ "“ g.: , “ lent, and happening oarch at i , Are you an ‘older’ artist? Central the Clifford Building, on Court Street in Woodsville. Ruth and Jim Strout welcome you with light snacks. There is a $3 entrance fee. 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On March 16 from 7 to 10 a.m. be sure to drop by for the great pancake breakfast at the West Newbury Hall. They will be serving pancakes with strawberries and whipped cream, bacon, sausages, coffee, juice and milk. Suggested donation is $8. On March 21 at the West Newbury Church, - there will be a concert to benefit the church. Dr. Katherine Boer, soprano, will be joined by Dr. James Winn on the grand piano. Admission is by donations and refreshments will be served. Happy birthday to Candie Osgood, Russell Haviland, Janet Mitchell, James ROyston, Betty Welch, Barbara Martin, and James Perrer. Halls Lake news: As of March 3, the ice is still well established and ice fishermen continue driving their trucks on the lake. The topic I have chosen for this week is recipes. I personally have many recipe books, loose-leaf binders, and a card file box with many recipes I have collected over my 67 years as ahomemaker. My daughter has about a dozen books she still uses and many recipes in a wooden recipe box her brother bought her as a Christmas gift 40 years ago but lots of times she checks out Google for Newbury Edee Thurston (802) 866-5532 The Congregational church held its annual cabin fever night on March 2. It was very well attended, and the music and stories were great. The pot luck meal was delicious as always. Scott Payne from Randolph spent the weekend with his mother Alice. A 90th birthday party for Libby Santaw was held at the Happy Hour on March 3. It was a nice party with many in attendance. The guest of honor wore a sash and tiara. There were many royal blue balloons and the food was great. Part of the celebration included music by Patty Williams on her harp. Everyone was treated on their way out with a small bag of candy kisses and other chocolate yummies. Libby’s family did amarvelous job. Back Porch News... Good, Local News. Student achievents something new. My granddaughter has a binder containing “family favorites” that we made for her but most often “asks Alexa” when she needs a recipe. My mother had some recipes but most of the time she just knew the ingredients and directions. Before 1 was born and my family moved to the country to start a farm, they had lived in Manhattan where my father owned a lunchroom and bakery. I remember that on the farm my father had a bread maker and every Thursday he made seven loaves of rye bread. The bread machine was a pail with the top that had a handle that turned a shaped paddle that mixed the ingredients. I am sure many of you had mothers or grandmothers that had the same bread maker. I don’t know what happened to my Papa’s but surely wish I had it. Waits River Lois Butler (802) 439-5174 Things haven’t warmed up much in the month of March so far. Makes one wonder where is spring. New Hope church met at Groton Methodist last Sunday and were served a good meal after church. The Women’s Fellowship will meet on March 3 1 , and the administrative council will meet at 6:30 on March 14 at New Hope. The senior meal will be on March 19 at 1 1:30. All area seniors are invited. The Groton Methodist Church has a luncheon on Friday nights beginning at 5:30 every week. Food shelf hours are Monday, 3 to 4 p.m., and Friday, 5:30 to 6:30 pm. Elizabethtown College has named Grace Childs of Orange, Vermont to the fall 2018 dean’s list. She is a member of the class of 2022. On March 2, 10 Northern Vermont University—Lyndon Upward Bound students attended the 15th Annual Green Mountain Scholars Bowl competition, hosted this year at Suny Adirondack College in New York. Blake Betz, sophomore, Rivendell Academy; Meadow Yvon, senior, Rivendell Academy; and Curtis Wyman, senior, Woodsville High School were among the students who came together for the friendly academic competition. The Lyndon Upward Bound . team placed third. LIKE US ON facebook GOOD LOCAL EWS! OURNAL . 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