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Page 8-The Journal Opinion.March 24, 1982 ObltuaHes L . , ..... Dorothy Brown,. 64, dies after a brief illness LYME-- Dorothy P. Brown, Fallon, Nev., I0 grandchildren 64, died Wednesday, March 17 and a niece. at her home after a brief Funeral services were held illness. Monday morning in the She was born July 1, 1917 in dowrstairs chapel of the Lyme Hackensack, N.J., the Congregational Church. The daughter of Isaac and Hazel Rev. Jeffery Atwater of. (Irvine) Park. ficiated. Burial will be in the Mrs. Brown was a long-time Highland Cemetery in Lyme. resident of Lyme and was the Memorial contributions widow of Aaron Brown, for- may he made to the New m er ambassador of Hampshire Heart Association, Nicaragua. P.O. Box 1478, 2 Industrial She is survived by two Park Drive, Concord, N.H. daughters, Barbara Hewitt of 03301. Reading, Mass., and Dorothy The Rand Funeral Home of Smith of Santa Anna, Calif.; a Hanover is in charge of brother, Donald Park of arrangements. Owen Skirvin .It'. dies after brief illness E. HAVERHILL-- Owen Haverhill. Skirvin Jr., 38, of E. Haverhill, He is survived by his wife died Sunday, March 14, at Barbara; his parents; I0 Cottage Hospital in Woodsville brothers and sisters; two after a brief illness, stepsons, Michael and Paul, He was born on Feb. 18,1944 both of E. Haverhill. in Hope Valley, R.I., and lived Funeral services were held in E. Haverhill for the last Wednesday, March 17, at the three years. Ricker Funeral Home in Mr. Skirvin was a veteran of Woodsville. the Vietnam War and was Burial will he at a later date employed as a cabinet maker in the Pine Grove Cemetery in by the Old Mill Pine Co. of E. Woedsville. Franklin Wheeler dies Warren The Warren Volunteer Fire Department, held their annual election of officers Thursday evening at the fire house. The results were: Chief, Clarence "Bud" Pushee; Senior Assistant, Hue Wetherbee; Junior Assistant, Tom Hight; Captain International Pumper Tanker, Larry Nicol; Captain Dodge Tanker, Mike Wright; Captain 52 Ford pumper, Art Heath; Secretary, Robert White; Treasurer, Floyd R. Ray. Wallace Wright and Hue Wetherbee received trophies at town meeting as Firemen of the Year. More "First Alerts" are to be purchased in an effort to get them in every home in town, especially the senior citizens. Also TOT locaters are to be put in homes where children are located. The fire Department is withdrawing their funds .previously placed in capital reserve and with the town funds and putting them in a fund paying a larger interest rate. Snowmobile Club The Asquamchumaukee Snowmobile Club had a ride-in to Foxglove Pond, Three Ponds and Stinson Lake planned for Saturday, but because of rain and fog had to call off the run. Cheer up; we'll have some more cold weather to freeze up the trails, It's been a good winter for us. New Town House Keeper NEWBURY-- Franklin Lutber Wheeler of Pike, N.H.; Wheeler, age 83, of Grant one sister, Mrs. Christina We have a new Town House Avenue, Dixon, Ill., died King of E. Brookfield, Mass.; Keeper, Shaun Washburn, so suddenly in his home on 13 grandchildren and 7 great for activities in or about the March 6. grandchildren, hall, see him. He was born June 12, 1898 in He was predeceased by one Newbury, the son of Warren brother. and Alice (Barbour) Wheeler. Funeral services were held tie married Grace Tuesday, March 9 in Dixon, Pillischafske on Sept. 6, 1948 in Ill. Burial followed in Chapel Hill Memorial Park. W. NEWBURY As one walks by the Alex Urquhart Home they stop and ponder on the strange noises they hear. Sounds like bees; but no, just the weekly sewing group working on their project for the Cracker Barrel Bazaar. They can talk and work at the same time. Last week Mrs. Colson made a birthday cake for the group as it was her birthday. Those that Haverhill. N.H. He is survived by his wife, Grace: three stepsons, James Yoakum of Dixon, Illinois; Ernest Yoakum of Aurora, Illinois : and Benjamin Yoakum of Denver, Colorado; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Norman Rosavelle Perkins of Sandwich. Illinois; two brothers. Fred Wheeler of Center Conway, N.H. and cannot attend surely will be FOR SALE-- 1976 Mercury missed. Cougar XR7, in  excellent Spring is around the corner condition. Call 802-333-9587. and try some of the back 8T--5-12--.c bumpy muddy reads and see Ill If Ill GRAY'S AUCTION CALENDAR Inventory blanks will be out before you know it, be sure to get them' returned to the selectmen's office by April 15 to avoid a penalty. This goes for current use forms also. Bertha ('arleton 423868 for yourself. Dog owners are told to keep their dogs at home but there seems to be plenty still run- ning around. Raymond Appleton was taken toHanover Hospital in the middle of the week for observation. On Thursday, Mrs. Edith Colson took Mrs. AppMieton to see him. r. and Mrs. Peter Light are evidently tired of so much snow as they are off to some of the warmer southern states for a trip. Fellowship Meeting There were 17 women present Wednesday at the March Fellowship meeting at the home of Miss Barbara Jarrell. The speaker was an exchange student from New Zealand and her talk was most interesting. Mrs. Solan Stevens and Mrs. Herbert Gilson served refreshments. Last Saturday Mrs. Soland Stevens, Mrs. Ernest Hem- mings and Mrs. Edward Coison had dinner at the "Country Inn" in Barre to celebrate Mrs. Celsons' bir- thday. Miss Lindsey Putnam is again traveling, as she has gone to California after a few THURSDAY, APRIL 8 -- for Irvin Wilmot of Lyme, N.H. Selling 38 Head of Ayrshires, 30 are Registered. Sale starts at 12:30P.M. SATURDAY. APRIL 10 -- for Mrs. Ass Waterman, Woodsville, N.H, Selling a complete line of Farm Machinery. Starts at 10 A.M. SATURDAY, APRIL 24-- the annual Machinery sale for McLaren's Inc., Passumpsic, Vt. Starts at 10 A.M. SATURDAY, MAY 1 the New England Jersey Breeders Sale to be held at Rutland Fairgrounds, Rutland, Vt. SATURDAY, MAY 15 the Farm Machinery, automobiles and truck sale to be held at Gray's Field, Rt. 5 Fairlee, Vt. Starts at 9: 30 A.M. Anyone wishing to consign to sale, #ease contact Auctioneers, so that we may advertise your items. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS. INC. East ThetfordL Vt. 785-4348 or 785-2161 I I I A JCTION I IIn II Inl IIII AUCTION As we are discontinuing farming, we will sell the following at Public Auction at our farm located, on Court Street, Haverhill, N.H. FRIDAY. MARCH 211 STARTING AT 10:30 A,M. 8HARP 73 HEAD HOLffrEINS of Which 32 are Registered Cows consisting of: 3 fresh, 4 due March, 2dire April, 4 due May, 2 due June, 4 due July, 5 due Aug., S due Sept., 3 due Oct., I0 bred heifers, 1 Springing heifer, 3 open heifers, 13 started calves, I stock bull, Balance of cattle in all stages of lactation, Cattle T.B., blood tested, innoculated for shipping fever and checked for Poodregnancy before time of sale. Anyone wishing to buy replacements, #an to attend this sale, as this is a real good herd of cattle. FARM MACHINERY M.F. t65 diesel tractor, Case 885 diesel tractor w- loader, J,D. 14 T baler, Kuhn redder, N.H. 327 PTO spreader, wheelharrow, 3 pt. hitch fertilizer spready, N.H. 477 haybine, M.F. side rake, 1969 GMC dump truck, 1966 Ford dump truck, tractor chains, Delaval milker, 2-S.S. pails & strainers, some small tools, 1000 ft. pine beards. Balaneeof hay Balance ef ora in bunker TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK LUNCH ON GROUNDS OWNERS: SUSAN & DANA LEONARD. HAVERHILL, N,H. AUCTIONEERS: , C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. EAST THETFORD, VT. 7854348 o 785-2161  R. & D. LUSSIER LYNDONvlLLE, VT. 626-5448 N.H. LICENSE NO. 2149 Catalogs at ringside II Illl I I I II ] IIIII ] days at her home here. She is with the U.S. Ski Team and already has been to several of the western states. All her friends here wish her the best of luck. ST, BARNABAS FLEA MARKET NORWICH-- The Fifth Annual St. Barnabas Flea Market will be held on Saturday, March 27 at Tracy Hall from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Booth space is available for crafts, antiques and other items. A snackbar and a food table is planned. For more information call 649-1761 or 295-7343. ! NTERESTING FACT Mosquitoes are attracted to the color blue twice as much wolf, one gold arrow point, as any other color. F'loyd R. Itay I 1GI-997.9 Sympathy Note We are sorry to learn of the passing of Cora (Morrison) Haines a long time resident of Warren. Our condolences to the family. Ethel Graves is home from her visit with son Bob and family in ConnectiCut. New Daughter The new Methodist finally arrived Town meeting mor- ning at Woodsville Cottage Hospital in the person of Krista Anne Snngren. Both mother and father are doing well and are all home at the present writing at the par- sonage. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Olsen are visiting their daughter and son-in-law Hey. and Mrs. Eric Snogren and assisting with the care of Krista Anne. They are from Flint, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ramsay are reported headed for Florida and some sunshine. More power to them. Some of us unfortunates have to stay and see if this snow is ever going to melt. The Moosehillock Lodge No. 63, and the Asquam- chumaukee Snowmobile dinner came out pretty well inspite of the rain and storm most of the day. The six inches of snow was not so bad, but that rain was. However we still had some ride-iners from Lisbon and Lyme. May Heath and Mrs. Bagley from Franklin arrived home from Florida recently, and look what they arrived in, more snow. Two of May's grandchildren accompanied them on the trip. Fairlee Sympathy is extended to William Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Colby and Kitty and Allan Jesseman on the death of Mrs. William God- frey. From the Shelves of The Public Library New books bound to get attention are Ludlum's The Parsifal Mosaic. a fast-paces novel of esptonage and in- trigue, also Cook's Fever, a story of medical terror. Two courses for credits are now being given at the library, one on Creative Writing, and one on Family Life. Anyone interested in taking these courses, please contact Mrs. B. B. Titus, telephone 333-9492. Corn munity Circle The Community Circle met at the home of Mrs. James Bagley Tuesday, March 9. Mrs. Newton Bolles led in devotions. Various charities were discussed, as well as future projects. The April meeting will be with Mrs. David Fuchs. Youth Fellowship The Federated Youth Fellowship went on a roller. skating party to Enfield, N.H., Saturday, March 13. Town Topics Raymond Thurher is a patient at the V. A. in White River Jct. Mr. and Mrs. John Larson and Alexandra have returned from a trip to New York City. Terry Hersh and Warren Coolidge, of Spring Valley, N.Y., spent the weekend with Mrs. Karl Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. William Ross are home from a vacation trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. Mr. and Mrs. William Weale are at their home here after spending 'some time visiting Mr. Weale's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meinershagen, in northern California. Scout Banquet The Scout banquet was held at the Fairlee school Satur- day, March 13. Approximately t00 relatives and Cub Scouts were present. Brian Tburston received three silver arrow points; Jeff Hebb-wolf, one gold arrow point, and three silver arrow points; James Colligan-wolf and one gold arrow point; Adam Carey- N Virginia Bedell 439-572O Attending the guest of honor were daughter, Bea Degoosh and family; Velma and Howard Degoosh; Betty and Larry French and children; Ruth and Beg Bishop and daughter; sons, Bob Nutting; Peter and Sandi Nutting and family; aunt Adella South- worth; friends Nettle Bailey; Mabel Humphrey and Grog Plante, making a party of 23. Son Lester and Muriel Nutting and family of Essex Jct. spent last weekend with her. The following people will be calling on homes for Red Cross. Darrell Maxwell, Barbara Schramm, Kay Burgess, Holly Ewinge, Helena Kinney, Janet Jones, Phylis Lahelle, Vivian Ben- nett, Marion O'Donnell, Sherry Tullar, Jannette Maxwell, Anita Bean, Esther French, Diane Bean, Morton Bean, Milton Bodell, Richard Cushman, Faye Fay, Gall Chase, Nettle Bailey, Kay Trozanowski, Toni Pipe, Joyce Churchill, Mrs. Tom Dudley and Virginia Bedell. Kip Gendron and Peter Thurston were at home over the weekend from the Sub- marine Base at Groton, Conn. Bradford----00- The last speaker on the program of Health Council on Humanities and Public Issues will be March 25 at 7:30 at the library. The subject will be "The Farmer in the Middle" by Richard Brooks, of the Environmental Law Center at Vermont Law School in S. Royalton. The issue of whether Vermont should restrict the conversion of farmland to non-agricultural uses will be covered. The public is invited. Library Committee A committee meeting was held at the library on March 15 to plan for National Library Week. A silver tea will be held at the library reading room April 20 at 2:00 p.m. featuring as speaker Adele Dawson of Marshfield. She will speak on "the raising and use of herbs." She is presently writing her third book and has lectured ex- tensively on the subject. The public is invited. Town Topics Laura Dickey, Mabel Humphrey and Elinor Smith were at the regional library in St. Johnsbury Tuesday to choose books for future reading at the local library. The Friendship Club met at the United Church of Christ, March 11 at 6:30 p.m. with 34 persons present. Dot and Bud Cole were supper chairman. Helpers were Kay Hemming and Tom Kelly. A delicious pot luck supper with Indian pudding with ice cream was served. So good and calories weren't even thought about. Mrs. I.:tiwr ,lohnsm :Er.t-971M and two silver arrow points; Ryan Smith-wolf, one gold arrow point, and two silver arrow points; Jason Aldrich- wolf: Chris Donnelly-wolf; Robert Bradley-wolf: Kevin Hill-wolf, one gold arrow point, and three silver arrow points; Bruce Taylor-wolf, one gold arrow point, and seven silver arrow points; Ben Gray-citizenship; Bengy Atwood-Webelos colors, citizenship, aquanaut, forester, sportsman, and travel badges. Winter Carnival Tte FAem., ry School held a ;ery" Set/bessful Winter carnival Friday, March 12. The snow sculptures, which were very well done, were made by the various grades as follows ; kindergarten-Mr. Turtle, first through second, Mr. Tickle, second through third-Moby Dick, fourth- Ziggy, fifth through sixth- Snoopy, seventh through eighth-Puff the Magic Dragon. The different events were Red Rocket race, ski push, obstacle course, make the biggest snow pile, tobbagan I Illll Ill I II A short business meeting followed. Katrina Munn mentioned the members of the North Country Chorus were making and selling, by order, large Easter Egg Cakes, again this year. This will help finance their trip to England. A choice of white or chocolate cakes and a choice of frosting may be had. Any member of the North Country Chorus will he glad to take your order, in this area, Louise Hutchinson, Nancy Search, Katrina Munn and Gary Tomlinson will he glad to help you. The entertainment com- mittee was John and Jean .Knight. It was a very lively evening of fun and games, everyone adopting an Irish name for the evening. All found out there was a lot of talent in the group. Lots of fun was had. Sure was a good way to get ecquainted with each other and with the minister and his wife. The next meeting will be April 15 at 6:30 p.m., one week later than usual, due to the Thursday services on April 8. Esther and Cliff French, also Ernest and Betty French of E. Corinth attended an antique car banquet in White Creek, N.Y. Saturday night. They drove down to Bon- nington Saturday where they spent the night and came home Sunday. Gloria and Richard Fox have just spent a week in Bermuda. Charlie and Debbie Carlson, Chert and Chris were in Owega, N,Y., this past week to attend the funeral of an aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Willey and two sons of Barre spent Sunday with her brother and wife, Lester and Penny Parker of Taplin Hill Rd. Sunday the 14th, a birthday dinner at Warners Gallery in Wells River for Boa Nutting was enjoyed. A lovely bir- thday cake was included. Waits River Mrs. Barbara Partington and Mrs. Herma Clement of Orange were in Montpelier Tuesday, and visited General Assembly. Mrs. Jean Hull and two cren and Miss Karen Lamson 0t Barre were dinner guests of their grandmother Mrs. Evelyn Tillotson Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Perry were at the McFarland Home race, and a hilarious one to see who could put on an enormous pile of various clothing, run to a point, and remove it. The parents were invited for a family-style lunch at noon and at 2:00 p.m. Hot Chocolate was served. OXBOW E. CORINTH , Women's Fellowship The Women's Fellowship met March 11 in the Blake Memorial Library with Freda Williams and Vetha Holland, co-hustesses. It was voted to buy a carpet for the small room in the vestry where the small children stay during church services. A money gift from Mrs. Grace Smith of Massachusetts will be used to help with the cost of the carpet. There is a box in the church vestibule for contributions for the Church World Service clothing drive. Especially needed are like new light weight clothing for infants, children and men. Mrs. Clinton Sawye, . I39-5,145 Geo. Gibby home in W. Topsham. Several reports were given. Mrs. Miller reported for Home Economics, and asked for more applications for the sewing eontest,The AO: contest closes June 1. Perley Tracy was reported ill and has been confined to a hospital several weeks. A contribution was voted to the Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walker (continued from page 1) have returned from a trip to Fort Myers, FI., where they and might possibly delay the visited Mrs. Walker's aunt, final completion of theroof. Miss Edith Hall. However, the school board's decision to renegotiate their o contract with LINC rests on k Piermont school the condition that LINC agrees to finish the roof at the (contlnued from page t ) same cost as last fall. the parents themselves. The No Smoking motion carried. Perhaps a more important The meeting adjourned in issue, at least to those who less than an hour, sub- work at Oxbow, occurred at stantiating the earlier vote to the school board's previous have the meeting on Town meeting on March 18. Meeting day. At this meeting, the school board listened to employee representatives who presented a 50-signature Pike woman Contestants Fund. in Barre Sunday to visit his An invitation to neighbor mother Mrs. Odvin Perry. with Orange Grange on April They also called on Mrs. 16 was received. An Irish Mabel Scott, Mrs. Florence program followed. Reading Richardson and Miss Julia many happy returns: Milton Foster. Partington, Grins and Mrs. Berdina Perry and Chuckles, Evelyn Tillotson; Mrs. Thelma Clark were at Bits of Blarney about origin of the Perrin home in Corinth Irish Stew, Herma Clement; Thursday  evening {o attend an Garlic Traditional for March officers meeting of the 17, Gloria Miller; Irish Music, Eastern Star Lodge. Barbara Partington; Game by Riverside Grange all, Growing Old takes Time, Riverside Grange No. 455 GladysSawyer. met Wednesday evening at the Irish refreshments followed. * Oxbow school roof and staff, from smoking in the school building or on school grounds: A second reading of the policy is expected to come before the school board later this spring after being reviewed by the school's substance abuse committee. Croteau said the school board had failed to take the petition seriously. She quoted one teacher as saying he could not believe the board could be presented with a petition from 50 teachers and staff who worked at the school and then treat the issue so lightly. According to minutes of the March 18 meeting, the school (continued from page 5) from the elementary school in Bradford to come to see the planetarium while it was at Oxbow. He said, "When the kids left they were all starry- eyed and excited" about learning. Estill said that the public's taxes help pay for it so anyone wishing to take the course and-or use the planetarium should contact him. "The planetarium is well worth the money used to pay for it." A mini course will he given by Estill during the month of April to teach people about the use and care of the Planetarium. Student Council The Oxbow High School Student Council is planning new projects for the spring. One upcoming event the council is working on, along with the faculty, is the annual honors banquet. The banquet is scheduled for May 4,1982. The council also plans on reviewing and revising the student handbook for the 1982- 83 school year. A summer job project is currently being organized by the council also. This project will include a bulletin board posting summer job op- portunities for students, The student council is planning a "50's" day which will take place in the spring. Stella Knapp 139-57.6'; March 28 will he Soap Sunday and contributions of new cakes of soap may be left in the clothing box in the church vestibule by March 28. We will have a Blanket Sunday in September when money will he collected to send to Church World Service to buy the blankets. Mrs. Rosa Heidenreich, who with her husband, Bill, were in Taiwan for several months last fall and early winter. Bill belongs to the IESC which sends retired executives overseas to help nations of the third world to help themselves. Rosa showed slides of the Island of Talwan, its buildings and its people. She kept a notebook of interesting things she saw and did. Some were rather funny because she knew very little of the Taiwanese language and misunderstood the meaning of what had been said. Boy Scouts Boy Scout Troop No. 752, the Falcon Patrol has received a yellow rlbbon when they placed third in the Klondike Derby which was held at the Rmnney School in Middlesex on Jan. 23. There were 18 patrols participating. The Cobra Patrol of Troop No. 752 did very well that day. Town Topics Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Thom- pson were in S. Ryegate March 7 to attend the 40th Wedding Anniversary Open House for her sister and husband, Delton and Irene Darling. March 6 weekend guests of Mrs. Peggy Halsey were her daughter, Mrs. Phyllis Hall of Tappan,- N.Y. and her son, Donald Hill of Queens, N.Y. On Saturday all enjoyed a trip to Stowe with lunch at the Trapp Family Tearoom. Todd Donniey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Donnley, Jr. was a patient at the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover, N.H. March 10-12 for ear surgery. The steeple lighting this This will be series of " Seventh in The seventh! Oxbow involved services at research that | treduced by A.J Willi seventh grade s0 , w ,i i I teacher, and _| ,__ cZRTn Beresford, u , ---,,u who talk to the s t Fln ays in which the!il\\;l.. "; ' benefit them. INeu, t,::_ , done to teach g .e0@_ "wDtlry ' involves general  on library serviC, that are availab_ says, "The sev='l alsOThroughUse alm [ yclopedias, and Guide (to litersgl thor their knowledt :  this  -'"7"Lc seventh graders m a great deal abeUt visual section d | t|v They enlarged  !i('F STAFI using the oven R ESSIC)N . OVIDE / opaque project l.. T ,,Both  iNG T says that  "mlJ r , , teacher, Bill var"' NG 51 Social Studies ./ Taylor use a techniques with , VT the]r'.s6 by giving .  ments--like drs[ii and then enlar,,., The students ^:"- reports in front'UM r C amer sVriod d?S()  The lasts for a  ,ll In the end, it is students will be Bus with the librarY . has to offer. ' on a 1 that more library in' Edward director named those who will be the Oxbow The Putnam, Jason Ansley, Ryan Grow, Bethanne Button. Ledwith said best students the hand. The on concerts. band. The band is petition asking for at least partial exemption from the school board's upcoming no gets fellowshiv smoking policy. PIKE-- A University of New According to Oxbow Hampshire Graduate summer Teacher's Association Fellowship has been awarded President Irene Croteau, the to Pauline A. Holies of Pike. school board was in no mood Ms. Holios, who is currently for compromise after a a conference, the Guidance High an 5214 or 222-5215, 9 is a Conference High School. Josef Hadley, Oxbow he is results" of molding 1962. The eighth few other had the trial weeks ago. trial runs modelers buried alive." past week was given by Alfred and Charlotte Hansen in the whole memory of their parents, on the molding to 2:30" finished They had . Session be improved. HANOVEROPERA "the finished WORKSHOP HANOVER-- The Hanover exactly." Opera Workshop will present Leslie an evening of opera on OXbow and board's reasons for approving Monday, April 5, at 8:00 p.m. mural, a no smoking policy included: "to set an exam#e;" because at the Spaulding Auditorium. the Admission is free. Selections "neat." She the "odor is offensive;" and will he from the Magic Flute; noise was "it (smoking) is an in- Pearl Fisher's La Boheme; I. fringement on the health of Puritani andl. Lombardi. Michelle others who de not smoke" sophomore at another model says that it wa and exciting pursuing a Master of Science lengthy discussion over an degree at the University of assistant principal's jO b New Hampshire, plans to description. The at Oxbow setting up eighth grade their parents schedule for determine a ninth grade, options for Parents wishJ1 Ice, appointment a scn-,- -.,._ ,nce Da i [ Hadley,y-- H00gh oPlhes, "s :w.,o. t stude WIC program aids recall of AAA .......................... '*' .......... 24-HOUR'EMERGENCY::':::= &l spend the summer studying The school board gave -__. ____.___ ____.:::::::::..e.. dan00erom infant formula best part worked ! y I alpine plant ecology in the preliminary approval to a BURLINGTON-- Vermont front of the codes, said Dr. together." I MENTAL HEAL00i SERVICE i whiteMuntains" policy that reportodlywillbar families who received cansof Lloyd Novick, State Health. anyone, including teachers SMA infant formula Commissioner. i 0"" c0''{lqlhi Ii manufactured by the Wyeth New Hampshire WIC Company and distributed by recipients and anyone who has [ the State Health Department purchased canned infant WIC program, are being formula recently are also asked to return them to the advised to check their cans to dairy's milkman-distributor if see if they have any SMA Wednesday, March 24 the cans were among those brand and if the numbers on ORFORD: Selectmen,8:00p.m. recalled by the Fond and Drug their SMA cans correspond to WOODSVIIJJ: HaverhillSchool Board, 7:30 p.m. Recalled because they According to Novick, dairies "  il Thursday, Sarch contained insufficient have already been instructed t BRADFORD: Selectmen,,4:00p.m. amounts of Vitamin B6 were to have their delivery persons BRADFORD: CVPS Public Hearing, 7:00 p.m. cam of SMA formula with the pick up any cans distributed to Friday, March Z6 following numbers on the end WIC recipients if they are E AW WOODSVILIJ:HaverhillDistrictCourt,2:00p.m. of the can: AZM, A26M, found to have any of the above Monday, March 29 A27M, A28M, A29M, A38M, numbers, and to replace them ARTESIAN WELL CO. WOODSVIIJ.,E:HaverhillSelectmen, 7:00p.m. A31M, RIM, IM, B3M, B4M, with cans of.SMA from a new se 1930 CORINTH: Selectmen, B:OOp.m. B5M, B6M, BTM, BSM, IM, lot. lira II& Ilbllm, Ill. 141M-100$-$111 N. HAVERHILL: Griffon County Cornmissioners,Wednesday, March 31 10:30a.m. BI4MBIOM'andBIlM'BISM.BI2M' BI3M, 12AnYonecans willWh havehas mOreall cansthan  LYME:Selectmen,7:30p.m. Ignore the numbers l, 2, 3 or replaced by the aL, ency. ORFoRD:Selectmen,S:00p, m. 4 which may be printed in I Ill I I Page 8-The Journal Opinion.March 24, 1982 ObltuaHes L . , ..... Dorothy Brown,. 64, dies after a brief illness LYME-- Dorothy P. Brown, Fallon, Nev., I0 grandchildren 64, died Wednesday, March 17 and a niece. at her home after a brief Funeral services were held illness. Monday morning in the She was born July 1, 1917 in dowrstairs chapel of the Lyme Hackensack, N.J., the Congregational Church. The daughter of Isaac and Hazel Rev. Jeffery Atwater of. (Irvine) Park. ficiated. Burial will be in the Mrs. Brown was a long-time Highland Cemetery in Lyme. resident of Lyme and was the Memorial contributions widow of Aaron Brown, for- may he made to the New m er ambassador of Hampshire Heart Association, Nicaragua. P.O. Box 1478, 2 Industrial She is survived by two Park Drive, Concord, N.H. daughters, Barbara Hewitt of 03301. Reading, Mass., and Dorothy The Rand Funeral Home of Smith of Santa Anna, Calif.; a Hanover is in charge of brother, Donald Park of arrangements. Owen Skirvin .It'. dies after brief illness E. HAVERHILL-- Owen Haverhill. Skirvin Jr., 38, of E. Haverhill, He is survived by his wife died Sunday, March 14, at Barbara; his parents; I0 Cottage Hospital in Woodsville brothers and sisters; two after a brief illness, stepsons, Michael and Paul, He was born on Feb. 18,1944 both of E. Haverhill. in Hope Valley, R.I., and lived Funeral services were held in E. Haverhill for the last Wednesday, March 17, at the three years. Ricker Funeral Home in Mr. Skirvin was a veteran of Woodsville. the Vietnam War and was Burial will he at a later date employed as a cabinet maker in the Pine Grove Cemetery in by the Old Mill Pine Co. of E. Woedsville. Franklin Wheeler dies Warren The Warren Volunteer Fire Department, held their annual election of officers Thursday evening at the fire house. The results were: Chief, Clarence "Bud" Pushee; Senior Assistant, Hue Wetherbee; Junior Assistant, Tom Hight; Captain International Pumper Tanker, Larry Nicol; Captain Dodge Tanker, Mike Wright; Captain 52 Ford pumper, Art Heath; Secretary, Robert White; Treasurer, Floyd R. Ray. Wallace Wright and Hue Wetherbee received trophies at town meeting as Firemen of the Year. More "First Alerts" are to be purchased in an effort to get them in every home in town, especially the senior citizens. Also TOT locaters are to be put in homes where children are located. The fire Department is withdrawing their funds .previously placed in capital reserve and with the town funds and putting them in a fund paying a larger interest rate. Snowmobile Club The Asquamchumaukee Snowmobile Club had a ride-in to Foxglove Pond, Three Ponds and Stinson Lake planned for Saturday, but because of rain and fog had to call off the run. Cheer up; we'll have some more cold weather to freeze up the trails, It's been a good winter for us. New Town House Keeper NEWBURY-- Franklin Lutber Wheeler of Pike, N.H.; Wheeler, age 83, of Grant one sister, Mrs. Christina We have a new Town House Avenue, Dixon, Ill., died King of E. Brookfield, Mass.; Keeper, Shaun Washburn, so suddenly in his home on 13 grandchildren and 7 great for activities in or about the March 6. grandchildren, hall, see him. He was born June 12, 1898 in He was predeceased by one Newbury, the son of Warren brother. and Alice (Barbour) Wheeler. Funeral services were held tie married Grace Tuesday, March 9 in Dixon, Pillischafske on Sept. 6, 1948 in Ill. Burial followed in Chapel Hill Memorial Park. W. NEWBURY As one walks by the Alex Urquhart Home they stop and ponder on the strange noises they hear. Sounds like bees; but no, just the weekly sewing group working on their project for the Cracker Barrel Bazaar. They can talk and work at the same time. Last week Mrs. Colson made a birthday cake for the group as it was her birthday. Those that Haverhill. N.H. He is survived by his wife, Grace: three stepsons, James Yoakum of Dixon, Illinois; Ernest Yoakum of Aurora, Illinois : and Benjamin Yoakum of Denver, Colorado; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Norman Rosavelle Perkins of Sandwich. Illinois; two brothers. Fred Wheeler of Center Conway, N.H. and cannot attend surely will be FOR SALE-- 1976 Mercury missed. Cougar XR7, in  excellent Spring is around the corner condition. Call 802-333-9587. and try some of the back 8T--5-12--.c bumpy muddy reads and see Ill If Ill GRAY'S AUCTION CALENDAR Inventory blanks will be out before you know it, be sure to get them' returned to the selectmen's office by April 15 to avoid a penalty. This goes for current use forms also. Bertha ('arleton 423868 for yourself. Dog owners are told to keep their dogs at home but there seems to be plenty still run- ning around. Raymond Appleton was taken toHanover Hospital in the middle of the week for observation. On Thursday, Mrs. Edith Colson took Mrs. AppMieton to see him. r. and Mrs. Peter Light are evidently tired of so much snow as they are off to some of the warmer southern states for a trip. Fellowship Meeting There were 17 women present Wednesday at the March Fellowship meeting at the home of Miss Barbara Jarrell. The speaker was an exchange student from New Zealand and her talk was most interesting. Mrs. Solan Stevens and Mrs. Herbert Gilson served refreshments. Last Saturday Mrs. Soland Stevens, Mrs. Ernest Hem- mings and Mrs. Edward Coison had dinner at the "Country Inn" in Barre to celebrate Mrs. Celsons' bir- thday. Miss Lindsey Putnam is again traveling, as she has gone to California after a few THURSDAY, APRIL 8 -- for Irvin Wilmot of Lyme, N.H. Selling 38 Head of Ayrshires, 30 are Registered. Sale starts at 12:30P.M. SATURDAY. APRIL 10 -- for Mrs. Ass Waterman, Woodsville, N.H, Selling a complete line of Farm Machinery. Starts at 10 A.M. SATURDAY, APRIL 24-- the annual Machinery sale for McLaren's Inc., Passumpsic, Vt. Starts at 10 A.M. SATURDAY, MAY 1 the New England Jersey Breeders Sale to be held at Rutland Fairgrounds, Rutland, Vt. SATURDAY, MAY 15 the Farm Machinery, automobiles and truck sale to be held at Gray's Field, Rt. 5 Fairlee, Vt. Starts at 9: 30 A.M. Anyone wishing to consign to sale, #ease contact Auctioneers, so that we may advertise your items. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS. INC. East ThetfordL Vt. 785-4348 or 785-2161 I I I A JCTION I IIn II Inl IIII AUCTION As we are discontinuing farming, we will sell the following at Public Auction at our farm located, on Court Street, Haverhill, N.H. FRIDAY. MARCH 211 STARTING AT 10:30 A,M. 8HARP 73 HEAD HOLffrEINS of Which 32 are Registered Cows consisting of: 3 fresh, 4 due March, 2dire April, 4 due May, 2 due June, 4 due July, 5 due Aug., S due Sept., 3 due Oct., I0 bred heifers, 1 Springing heifer, 3 open heifers, 13 started calves, I stock bull, Balance of cattle in all stages of lactation, Cattle T.B., blood tested, innoculated for shipping fever and checked for Poodregnancy before time of sale. Anyone wishing to buy replacements, #an to attend this sale, as this is a real good herd of cattle. FARM MACHINERY M.F. t65 diesel tractor, Case 885 diesel tractor w- loader, J,D. 14 T baler, Kuhn redder, N.H. 327 PTO spreader, wheelharrow, 3 pt. hitch fertilizer spready, N.H. 477 haybine, M.F. side rake, 1969 GMC dump truck, 1966 Ford dump truck, tractor chains, Delaval milker, 2-S.S. pails & strainers, some small tools, 1000 ft. pine beards. Balaneeof hay Balance ef ora in bunker TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK LUNCH ON GROUNDS OWNERS: SUSAN & DANA LEONARD. HAVERHILL, N,H. AUCTIONEERS: , C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. EAST THETFORD, VT. 7854348 o 785-2161  R. & D. LUSSIER LYNDONvlLLE, VT. 626-5448 N.H. LICENSE NO. 2149 Catalogs at ringside II Illl I I I II ] IIIII ] days at her home here. She is with the U.S. Ski Team and already has been to several of the western states. All her friends here wish her the best of luck. ST, BARNABAS FLEA MARKET NORWICH-- The Fifth Annual St. Barnabas Flea Market will be held on Saturday, March 27 at Tracy Hall from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Booth space is available for crafts, antiques and other items. A snackbar and a food table is planned. For more information call 649-1761 or 295-7343. ! NTERESTING FACT Mosquitoes are attracted to the color blue twice as much wolf, one gold arrow point, as any other color. F'loyd R. Itay I 1GI-997.9 Sympathy Note We are sorry to learn of the passing of Cora (Morrison) Haines a long time resident of Warren. Our condolences to the family. Ethel Graves is home from her visit with son Bob and family in ConnectiCut. New Daughter The new Methodist finally arrived Town meeting mor- ning at Woodsville Cottage Hospital in the person of Krista Anne Snngren. Both mother and father are doing well and are all home at the present writing at the par- sonage. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Olsen are visiting their daughter and son-in-law Hey. and Mrs. Eric Snogren and assisting with the care of Krista Anne. They are from Flint, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ramsay are reported headed for Florida and some sunshine. More power to them. Some of us unfortunates have to stay and see if this snow is ever going to melt. The Moosehillock Lodge No. 63, and the Asquam- chumaukee Snowmobile dinner came out pretty well inspite of the rain and storm most of the day. The six inches of snow was not so bad, but that rain was. However we still had some ride-iners from Lisbon and Lyme. May Heath and Mrs. Bagley from Franklin arrived home from Florida recently, and look what they arrived in, more snow. Two of May's grandchildren accompanied them on the trip. Fairlee Sympathy is extended to William Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Colby and Kitty and Allan Jesseman on the death of Mrs. William God- frey. From the Shelves of The Public Library New books bound to get attention are Ludlum's The Parsifal Mosaic. a fast-paces novel of esptonage and in- trigue, also Cook's Fever, a story of medical terror. Two courses for credits are now being given at the library, one on Creative Writing, and one on Family Life. Anyone interested in taking these courses, please contact Mrs. B. B. Titus, telephone 333-9492. Corn munity Circle The Community Circle met at the home of Mrs. James Bagley Tuesday, March 9. Mrs. Newton Bolles led in devotions. Various charities were discussed, as well as future projects. The April meeting will be with Mrs. David Fuchs. Youth Fellowship The Federated Youth Fellowship went on a roller. skating party to Enfield, N.H., Saturday, March 13. Town Topics Raymond Thurher is a patient at the V. A. in White River Jct. Mr. and Mrs. John Larson and Alexandra have returned from a trip to New York City. Terry Hersh and Warren Coolidge, of Spring Valley, N.Y., spent the weekend with Mrs. Karl Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. William Ross are home from a vacation trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. Mr. and Mrs. William Weale are at their home here after spending 'some time visiting Mr. Weale's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meinershagen, in northern California. Scout Banquet The Scout banquet was held at the Fairlee school Satur- day, March 13. Approximately t00 relatives and Cub Scouts were present. Brian Tburston received three silver arrow points; Jeff Hebb-wolf, one gold arrow point, and three silver arrow points; James Colligan-wolf and one gold arrow point; Adam Carey- N Virginia Bedell 439-572O Attending the guest of honor were daughter, Bea Degoosh and family; Velma and Howard Degoosh; Betty and Larry French and children; Ruth and Beg Bishop and daughter; sons, Bob Nutting; Peter and Sandi Nutting and family; aunt Adella South- worth; friends Nettle Bailey; Mabel Humphrey and Grog Plante, making a party of 23. Son Lester and Muriel Nutting and family of Essex Jct. spent last weekend with her. The following people will be calling on homes for Red Cross. Darrell Maxwell, Barbara Schramm, Kay Burgess, Holly Ewinge, Helena Kinney, Janet Jones, Phylis Lahelle, Vivian Ben- nett, Marion O'Donnell, Sherry Tullar, Jannette Maxwell, Anita Bean, Esther French, Diane Bean, Morton Bean, Milton Bodell, Richard Cushman, Faye Fay, Gall Chase, Nettle Bailey, Kay Trozanowski, Toni Pipe, Joyce Churchill, Mrs. Tom Dudley and Virginia Bedell. Kip Gendron and Peter Thurston were at home over the weekend from the Sub- marine Base at Groton, Conn. Bradford----00- The last speaker on the program of Health Council on Humanities and Public Issues will be March 25 at 7:30 at the library. The subject will be "The Farmer in the Middle" by Richard Brooks, of the Environmental Law Center at Vermont Law School in S. Royalton. The issue of whether Vermont should restrict the conversion of farmland to non-agricultural uses will be covered. The public is invited. Library Committee A committee meeting was held at the library on March 15 to plan for National Library Week. A silver tea will be held at the library reading room April 20 at 2:00 p.m. featuring as speaker Adele Dawson of Marshfield. She will speak on "the raising and use of herbs." She is presently writing her third book and has lectured ex- tensively on the subject. The public is invited. Town Topics Laura Dickey, Mabel Humphrey and Elinor Smith were at the regional library in St. Johnsbury Tuesday to choose books for future reading at the local library. The Friendship Club met at the United Church of Christ, March 11 at 6:30 p.m. with 34 persons present. Dot and Bud Cole were supper chairman. Helpers were Kay Hemming and Tom Kelly. A delicious pot luck supper with Indian pudding with ice cream was served. So good and calories weren't even thought about. Mrs. I.:tiwr ,lohnsm :Er.t-971M and two silver arrow points; Ryan Smith-wolf, one gold arrow point, and two silver arrow points; Jason Aldrich- wolf: Chris Donnelly-wolf; Robert Bradley-wolf: Kevin Hill-wolf, one gold arrow point, and three silver arrow points; Bruce Taylor-wolf, one gold arrow point, and seven silver arrow points; Ben Gray-citizenship; Bengy Atwood-Webelos colors, citizenship, aquanaut, forester, sportsman, and travel badges. Winter Carnival Tte FAem., ry School held a ;ery" Set/bessful Winter carnival Friday, March 12. The snow sculptures, which were very well done, were made by the various grades as follows ; kindergarten-Mr. Turtle, first through second, Mr. Tickle, second through third-Moby Dick, fourth- Ziggy, fifth through sixth- Snoopy, seventh through eighth-Puff the Magic Dragon. The different events were Red Rocket race, ski push, obstacle course, make the biggest snow pile, tobbagan I Illll Ill I II A short business meeting followed. Katrina Munn mentioned the members of the North Country Chorus were making and selling, by order, large Easter Egg Cakes, again this year. This will help finance their trip to England. A choice of white or chocolate cakes and a choice of frosting may be had. Any member of the North Country Chorus will he glad to take your order, in this area, Louise Hutchinson, Nancy Search, Katrina Munn and Gary Tomlinson will he glad to help you. The entertainment com- mittee was John and Jean .Knight. It was a very lively evening of fun and games, everyone adopting an Irish name for the evening. All found out there was a lot of talent in the group. Lots of fun was had. Sure was a good way to get ecquainted with each other and with the minister and his wife. The next meeting will be April 15 at 6:30 p.m., one week later than usual, due to the Thursday services on April 8. Esther and Cliff French, also Ernest and Betty French of E. Corinth attended an antique car banquet in White Creek, N.Y. Saturday night. They drove down to Bon- nington Saturday where they spent the night and came home Sunday. Gloria and Richard Fox have just spent a week in Bermuda. Charlie and Debbie Carlson, Chert and Chris were in Owega, N,Y., this past week to attend the funeral of an aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Willey and two sons of Barre spent Sunday with her brother and wife, Lester and Penny Parker of Taplin Hill Rd. Sunday the 14th, a birthday dinner at Warners Gallery in Wells River for Boa Nutting was enjoyed. A lovely bir- thday cake was included. Waits River Mrs. Barbara Partington and Mrs. Herma Clement of Orange were in Montpelier Tuesday, and visited General Assembly. Mrs. Jean Hull and two cren and Miss Karen Lamson 0t Barre were dinner guests of their grandmother Mrs. Evelyn Tillotson Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Perry were at the McFarland Home race, and a hilarious one to see who could put on an enormous pile of various clothing, run to a point, and remove it. The parents were invited for a family-style lunch at noon and at 2:00 p.m. Hot Chocolate was served. OXBOW E. CORINTH , Women's Fellowship The Women's Fellowship met March 11 in the Blake Memorial Library with Freda Williams and Vetha Holland, co-hustesses. It was voted to buy a carpet for the small room in the vestry where the small children stay during church services. A money gift from Mrs. Grace Smith of Massachusetts will be used to help with the cost of the carpet. There is a box in the church vestibule for contributions for the Church World Service clothing drive. Especially needed are like new light weight clothing for infants, children and men. Mrs. Clinton Sawye, . I39-5,145 Geo. Gibby home in W. Topsham. Several reports were given. Mrs. Miller reported for Home Economics, and asked for more applications for the sewing eontest,The AO: contest closes June 1. Perley Tracy was reported ill and has been confined to a hospital several weeks. A contribution was voted to the Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walker (continued from page 1) have returned from a trip to Fort Myers, FI., where they and might possibly delay the visited Mrs. Walker's aunt, final completion of theroof. Miss Edith Hall. However, the school board's decision to renegotiate their o contract with LINC rests on k Piermont school the condition that LINC agrees to finish the roof at the (contlnued from page t ) same cost as last fall. the parents themselves. The No Smoking motion carried. Perhaps a more important The meeting adjourned in issue, at least to those who less than an hour, sub- work at Oxbow, occurred at stantiating the earlier vote to the school board's previous have the meeting on Town meeting on March 18. Meeting day. At this meeting, the school board listened to employee representatives who presented a 50-signature Pike woman Contestants Fund. in Barre Sunday to visit his An invitation to neighbor mother Mrs. Odvin Perry. with Orange Grange on April They also called on Mrs. 16 was received. An Irish Mabel Scott, Mrs. Florence program followed. Reading Richardson and Miss Julia many happy returns: Milton Foster. Partington, Grins and Mrs. Berdina Perry and Chuckles, Evelyn Tillotson; Mrs. Thelma Clark were at Bits of Blarney about origin of the Perrin home in Corinth Irish Stew, Herma Clement; Thursday  evening {o attend an Garlic Traditional for March officers meeting of the 17, Gloria Miller; Irish Music, Eastern Star Lodge. Barbara Partington; Game by Riverside Grange all, Growing Old takes Time, Riverside Grange No. 455 GladysSawyer. met Wednesday evening at the Irish refreshments followed. * Oxbow school roof and staff, from smoking in the school building or on school grounds: A second reading of the policy is expected to come before the school board later this spring after being reviewed by the school's substance abuse committee. Croteau said the school board had failed to take the petition seriously. She quoted one teacher as saying he could not believe the board could be presented with a petition from 50 teachers and staff who worked at the school and then treat the issue so lightly. According to minutes of the March 18 meeting, the school (continued from page 5) from the elementary school in Bradford to come to see the planetarium while it was at Oxbow. He said, "When the kids left they were all starry- eyed and excited" about learning. Estill said that the public's taxes help pay for it so anyone wishing to take the course and-or use the planetarium should contact him. "The planetarium is well worth the money used to pay for it." A mini course will he given by Estill during the month of April to teach people about the use and care of the Planetarium. Student Council The Oxbow High School Student Council is planning new projects for the spring. One upcoming event the council is working on, along with the faculty, is the annual honors banquet. The banquet is scheduled for May 4,1982. The council also plans on reviewing and revising the student handbook for the 1982- 83 school year. A summer job project is currently being organized by the council also. This project will include a bulletin board posting summer job op- portunities for students, The student council is planning a "50's" day which will take place in the spring. Stella Knapp 139-57.6'; March 28 will he Soap Sunday and contributions of new cakes of soap may be left in the clothing box in the church vestibule by March 28. We will have a Blanket Sunday in September when money will he collected to send to Church World Service to buy the blankets. Mrs. Rosa Heidenreich, who with her husband, Bill, were in Taiwan for several months last fall and early winter. Bill belongs to the IESC which sends retired executives overseas to help nations of the third world to help themselves. Rosa showed slides of the Island of Talwan, its buildings and its people. She kept a notebook of interesting things she saw and did. Some were rather funny because she knew very little of the Taiwanese language and misunderstood the meaning of what had been said. Boy Scouts Boy Scout Troop No. 752, the Falcon Patrol has received a yellow rlbbon when they placed third in the Klondike Derby which was held at the Rmnney School in Middlesex on Jan. 23. There were 18 patrols participating. The Cobra Patrol of Troop No. 752 did very well that day. Town Topics Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Thom- pson were in S. Ryegate March 7 to attend the 40th Wedding Anniversary Open House for her sister and husband, Delton and Irene Darling. March 6 weekend guests of Mrs. Peggy Halsey were her daughter, Mrs. Phyllis Hall of Tappan,- N.Y. and her son, Donald Hill of Queens, N.Y. On Saturday all enjoyed a trip to Stowe with lunch at the Trapp Family Tearoom. Todd Donniey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Donnley, Jr. was a patient at the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover, N.H. March 10-12 for ear surgery. The steeple lighting this This will be series of " Seventh in The seventh! Oxbow involved services at research that | treduced by A.J Willi seventh grade s0 , w ,i i I teacher, and _| ,__ cZRTn Beresford, u , ---,,u who talk to the s t Fln ays in which the!il\\;l.. "; ' benefit them. INeu, t,::_ , done to teach g .e0@_ "wDtlry ' involves general  on library serviC, that are availab_ says, "The sev='l alsOThroughUse alm [ yclopedias, and Guide (to litersgl thor their knowledt :  this  -'"7"Lc seventh graders m a great deal abeUt visual section d | t|v They enlarged  !i('F STAFI using the oven R ESSIC)N . OVIDE / opaque project l.. T ,,Both  iNG T says that  "mlJ r , , teacher, Bill var"' NG 51 Social Studies ./ Taylor use a techniques with , VT the]r'.s6 by giving .  ments--like drs[ii and then enlar,,., The students ^:"- reports in front'UM r C amer sVriod d?S()  The lasts for a  ,ll In the end, it is students will be Bus with the librarY . has to offer. ' on a 1 that more library in' Edward director named those who will be the Oxbow The Putnam, Jason Ansley, Ryan Grow, Bethanne Button. Ledwith said best students the hand. The on concerts. band. The band is petition asking for at least partial exemption from the school board's upcoming no gets fellowshiv smoking policy. PIKE-- A University of New According to Oxbow Hampshire Graduate summer Teacher's Association Fellowship has been awarded President Irene Croteau, the to Pauline A. Holies of Pike. school board was in no mood Ms. Holios, who is currently for compromise after a a conference, the Guidance High an 5214 or 222-5215, 9 is a Conference High School. Josef Hadley, Oxbow he is results" of molding 1962. The eighth few other had the trial weeks ago. trial runs modelers buried alive." past week was given by Alfred and Charlotte Hansen in the whole memory of their parents, on the molding to 2:30" finished They had . Session be improved. HANOVEROPERA "the finished WORKSHOP HANOVER-- The Hanover exactly." Opera Workshop will present Leslie an evening of opera on OXbow and board's reasons for approving Monday, April 5, at 8:00 p.m. mural, a no smoking policy included: "to set an exam#e;" because at the Spaulding Auditorium. the Admission is free. Selections "neat." She the "odor is offensive;" and will he from the Magic Flute; noise was "it (smoking) is an in- Pearl Fisher's La Boheme; I. fringement on the health of Puritani andl. Lombardi. Michelle others who de not smoke" sophomore at another model says that it wa and exciting pursuing a Master of Science lengthy discussion over an degree at the University of assistant principal's jO b New Hampshire, plans to description. The at Oxbow setting up eighth grade their parents schedule for determine a ninth grade, options for Parents wishJ1 Ice, appointment a scn-,- -.,._ ,nce Da i [ Hadley,y-- H00gh oPlhes, "s :w.,o. t stude WIC program aids recall of AAA .......................... '*' .......... 24-HOUR'EMERGENCY::':::= &l spend the summer studying The school board gave -__. ____.___ ____.:::::::::..e.. dan00erom infant formula best part worked ! y I alpine plant ecology in the preliminary approval to a BURLINGTON-- Vermont front of the codes, said Dr. together." I MENTAL HEAL00i SERVICE i whiteMuntains" policy that reportodlywillbar families who received cansof Lloyd Novick, State Health. anyone, including teachers SMA infant formula Commissioner. i 0"" c0''{lqlhi Ii manufactured by the Wyeth New Hampshire WIC Company and distributed by recipients and anyone who has [ the State Health Department purchased canned infant WIC program, are being formula recently are also asked to return them to the advised to check their cans to dairy's milkman-distributor if see if they have any SMA Wednesday, March 24 the cans were among those brand and if the numbers on ORFORD: Selectmen,8:00p.m. recalled by the Fond and Drug their SMA cans correspond to WOODSVIIJJ: HaverhillSchool Board, 7:30 p.m. Recalled because they According to Novick, dairies "  il Thursday, Sarch contained insufficient have already been instructed t BRADFORD: Selectmen,,4:00p.m. amounts of Vitamin B6 were to have their delivery persons BRADFORD: CVPS Public Hearing, 7:00 p.m. cam of SMA formula with the pick up any cans distributed to Friday, March Z6 following numbers on the end WIC recipients if they are E AW WOODSVILIJ:HaverhillDistrictCourt,2:00p.m. of the can: AZM, A26M, found to have any of the above Monday, March 29 A27M, A28M, A29M, A38M, numbers, and to replace them ARTESIAN WELL CO. WOODSVIIJ.,E:HaverhillSelectmen, 7:00p.m. A31M, RIM, IM, B3M, B4M, with cans of.SMA from a new se 1930 CORINTH: Selectmen, B:OOp.m. B5M, B6M, BTM, BSM, IM, lot. lira II& Ilbllm, Ill. 141M-100$-$111 N. HAVERHILL: Griffon County Cornmissioners,Wednesday, March 31 10:30a.m. BI4MBIOM'andBIlM'BISM.BI2M' BI3M, 12AnYonecans willWh havehas mOreall cansthan  LYME:Selectmen,7:30p.m. Ignore the numbers l, 2, 3 or replaced by the aL, ency. ORFoRD:Selectmen,S:00p, m. 4 which may be printed in I Ill I I