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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-March 31, 1982 I ) CHOmFESTWaL Poewy mat bury E!emenl ary Arts and BRADFORD-- There will be a N School Choir Festival at the Bradford I United Church of Christ held Emnt on April 4 at 7:3o p.m. All are invited to attend. NEWBURY- During the So e o t p p tohe artists at a very reasonable uring the week of Film and Arts Company have Elementary week of March 22-26 children compiled in a booklet to keep cost. . March 29-April 2. Rivers tentatively scheduled a week with Donny at the Newbury Elementary for student and teacher use. Kinsey will be in clffssrooms Reach and the Catamount residency at both Newbury of theTwoPenr School have listened, read and wrote poetry under the professional guidance of poet Leland Kinsey. Teachers. students, and the poet all enjoyed the week long interaction. Because Kinsey combined his writing skill and teaching ability with a genuine care for each student&apos;s ideas, he ivas able to guide the children toward producing a poem many of which are very fine work. Kinsey focussed on how a poet uses word imagery to express his thoughts. Born and raised in Northern Vermont, Kinsey currently lives in Barton. A graduate of UVM and Syracuse Univer- sity, he has been working in schools for the past six years with the Vermont Council of the Arts Artists-In-Residence Program. tie feels the key element in this program is "learning by doing". In ad- dition to teaching and writing, Kinsey is a printer. His in- terests range from maple ! "k Thettbrd Act.250 sugaring and carpentry to (continued from page 1) training horses and studying , ,)  = history .... i $900 inslead of $1,.00. th)ffman ',., . , .... r , , lne vieeK long resmency at ib   ' h placed the town's education .... Ib # :   cost hurden, considerably Newury was.ma.oe pos slole  im  Ik higher than Carter's estimate oy me coormnauon ol.me [] / V  I at $43 480 ' Rivers Reach arts   li ff '  "Fhe' hoard usually does not Association and the .... , . . Catamount Film and arts [2o, COWBOYS-- Luther Johnson and Dale Ricker showed their talents in the Parish anlmnc decisions regarding with funding by Newbury . ,, ,, . ct-2a0 hearings until testimony Players presentatmn of Cowboys March 19, 20, 26 and 27 at the Thetford Hill on 'dl ten of the reouired I0 Elementary School and the Vt. Gran-e. cl itt ia'" "" ue c()lnplclt . Council of the Arts. Teachers,  i The next session of the paren!s, and fr.lends helped by i P I 9 _ rill .P / II'il hearmg will be held on April 14 proy!oinglodglnganumeam, b.: ::Jill Tills year, me tatamount O O at 1000 a m at the Thetford b wo 8 at I netrora l-lUl " " Film and Arts Coman has  1 ! .it - Town Hall ..... v .  organized an arhsts residency by BARBARA SUMNER from the American West. Luther was a Navy enlistee Criteria scheduled for .... 1 program in various Dormer 0 TItETFORD-- Two local Both Luther and Dale are after high school and was discussion at the next hearing . . roll 1 vermont SChools By tom nun men Luther Johnson ThetfordAcadem raduates stationed mainl in the are the nine sections of ..... " " I 1 Y g '. . Y g " . Y ...... bining me nungets of many . "- and Dale RIcker, starred in Dale, a three Year Liberal Mediterranean area for four (riterla .q and Criteria 10 ......... POETRY WRITING--- The sixth -r on* .,n .... 6 the second of two one-act Arts student at UVM, elected years. Since his return home which deals with h)cal and scn oois, )hey. nave enamel .......... 6 .,u,.. ,. .... . =, stuoents to enjoy proiesslonal Newnury mlementary acnool learnea me tree art ol plays presented by the Parish to take over the responsibility he has been employed at regional land use plans. " " Plaers of Thetford at of the family farm upon his Malmquist Wood Products in .......... Thetford 11ill Grange. The father s retirement. Later, Post Mills and through the GRUBBY Ru IMarran ttlar first performances were when the farm on Route 113 courses offered by the Adult  / \\;   /- -" "'(" .......... "- March 19 and 20 with repeats was sold, Dale, with his Degree Program at Goddard | [ M.@? I /2ECOMbtEND THE r--'--H[...TH TtSTE=6 LIIE--'---" [ O0oo ..... gLI\\; on March 26 and 27. Theplay, parents moved back to the College hehas earned his BA | - I Ho5 c.aaz ,r! [ \\;G.a :.ice 06,,)-. I  \\;6oss 3 / . Cowboys, depicts two comic larger, original Ricker Farm degree in Art and History | p "  /Y   f,-Cl'r _J_ I  LE/  " I "-A \\; <SE:;r: " / character derehcts who on AlgermeRoad,nVersh,re, Both have had some past / ", X..,,V a...  ,--_--/-----,, I  ---Y--'-  61 fantasize they are old timers to begin operation there, experience in high school, | ----.v] .._.,' / ,  l ] l.--l""   -) [I appearing in a few plays. Just [ -  (z  -"J2ll[' ) i." .' I ., )a N{I,, ] this past January they were [ I_.1 "-- [ a  I  I -) a"..__/ 1 - I granted their try-outs and as a [   L. "'- [ \\;" ", ' -  [1 r ]  ]r( ]/ .[ , ,L _ . l result were accepted for the [ t r---------.p- . , ]   I- k [ |,'  ,,,T-,[ [ i I i parts in Cowboys. /   I /    I '1 , i _ -  - _--- ,m,---   tt -- ,. __ \\;,  ,a. t j .._.-, .... :.-' ....... R[,JRAL DELIVERY , , By A! Smith ........ ! Wooviile drama [  w -/'J V/,  I f z wAS V]  WLL, am" our I I ,azp.m. I - __ :=. = .... I J"E -nts / t::)lN V'l,y/Jl===//\\;\ ---!1 /FIXING fd O:tl I .-ve. ,:uus.. I -" =, '-- - ' - I tuu p=x:ae I UPTHERE?(',J.II/I'// ' \\;  II.-f/ "mE i(=ll-=---.r' AROUND::THE I txlusiveAreoShowing I Eve. r:oo&9:00 "l WOODSVILLE-- The I   "",.-.l'/.'li//.ifffS.''"""--"'g  x.(, I I Rivetina I --  I Woodsville High School Ii/..  ? "1 IXX_I L'J'Gv..'#D ::cZJ ". "_:.'xl I __J _,_-[-_-,__ I  I Drama Club presents their [/r]'gf(.,/ /i'P' /5 IL_-.'W",:,,_'.I/-5'/ II R I  [.Jl I amng... I    [ annual spring play on Thur- c' --- "- /J__ //,-. 15--'k'_5"11 " 1-'2,9 I " -  sday, April 1. rE" " I / I .," .,iiiiiiW I /   !- I  II It is a one act play "The I% t /g--__//l" ( 1 I|| % | [ 11 I ._ I ,,AI  "i[ ] Lottery" by Brainerd Duffield [ I  /Li!  /i ill   i I t  I I __v' I adapted from the short story [l['X gL!l/| ]  | I d)tL;] | /r f I -r. | by Shirley Jackson.  ['.,,,  .. " ..........   ---'----'-,.. /--_",2.. I I IIJ -"L ' I Admission will be one dollar ....  .... -' - - '-' - I  I "JO.n  I for adults and 50 cents for A, BOY ..... : " : .......  -- : .................. ........ "   r ' i  I ..-i'T I children, l)'a,r,orc,,,jlrc'ouaepa-/,,r.;uAr,l_! L--'--/ . i t H z,nt  a,, n  .,v-,,. n The performance will be t ........ _ _ e.remgi / THEy LIIFTUT" I  .i [ -"/ A !4T1C/4 | ], ,v'7""..J I .,ny__  :-,-  I held at the Woodsville Com- Ig"JIFA r '13' lll gto, / / -,= r-_- /'--'='-'3/ft. /')..1 I I - , l: i .. I / I I t'IF ' FilF I  I munit-'Buiidin" If0t3a II ,i'PI C, OaOtlhltaC-I I n= '.---- I//m"4 I I .__/..1 I I _...,.,t  '/J,I 14 I =o.o. I The club went fore change rl. II I( I k v 00tzl | ,_,,,,.o,n,. I this spring from their usual [ _"11 [trV {  Z I I.,---Z-41/'//'_ 1 P"-'a 2' qlt.- I Sorring Ben Cross, Ion I ,,:rf,_u [ eomedies to a simple drama to iz2lnl[.l I',l I t"--- / ff.' _.L (ii..klr/ .-M I  - [ Charnel Havers [ Jnl: I-tgNL)A [ see if the public will except i e,-- k Jl 1.1 [1 L-r3"7";---    - ,I --I this as much. They hope to get I " '& I--. I I-" ,.c-:-- I I -- I I "_J.- Y/. a good crowd. Please come,  ' " 5___11  &%' "1 I ''   I fff'_ !l 4 and it will be an enjoyable  I ll  1 I ,,.&l ,'-) II  _ "1 i ,  -.,- x,  ....  ...................... z C, evening. ! :=',+-kfm.A-'Y'>k","..4" Jack Wilkins, Danny Kieth; I  x . I ,  ....... I I ( -/  Joe Summers, Ross O'Brien; NAPOLEON By McBride ud Moore IAjv2:W "-.A' Belva Summers, Felieis  / -- - -- l::a9.-k..d.'lglllllNK"[-- " Beattie; Mrs. Dunbar, Sylvia I co,K:---,._ i i coE::o,.,l 1 : ; /'/ I.dll x(j Fournier; Mrs. Watson, I  l  ?--- I I t't'x= mrv', ..... "1 I' "   //f/ljjn Yl APRIL i  Regina Citeroni; Miss [ g'+"LE'AE"7"" [[t,.,.--,tlll j W':_..,I - 'x''pllU  lllt/ lh lllmll lll l (.A Bessom, April Drown; Mr.  . . . I |l,,.,.,,,:llllllll i,    ,V"W".;. I !h! I t.umbn ;rt.blRL;)l "a Martin, Tim Sackett; and Mr. il,,.,u,,ttllllrl Illltt|l|lltllil|llllll t, h ,--...',. ,ll,/g7'l Z>- II .l I1 i)r'z,i Also, Tommy Dunbar, ['lllilllluRl.2.hTll IkR-.= z- P/3 A /L'LTR D 'ill, I ;on.--Stuffedeeppers ,J- Bruce Simonds; Dicky k .'NS':g[ II, 'Nil!a41" - IIt--J /\\;tI.X.,4Z 'lit I SAGrrl'ARIU$-Novembr,J.Decemlr, .i .= - watson, Roey Thomson; tX X /e // ./    tt','..-...$1 I\\;X\\\- '\\; I 'r)ni'&l ,, : Bill Hutchinson, Harry k  A ,, g/ it Ik, W/ q  I I  " \\;, "1r711. LI :'"'"y 1 Ham i _' Simano; Tessie Hutchinson, Illr-. J I \\;\ 1[  I I 1 I Jl[/. k "l" I Iff, i ' \\; I/"./i. i /'r.. -- Hot Turkey ! ' Chris!inn Leahy; Davy  U I '.-.A-.t II Sandwiches "),AA,/f'q hUtChinson, trm urown; utu t,nl..ll I 'kllt4 I w' Ilia' q t! f_ J Mtk_  -,'all"-., m  I i - . __   Man Warner, Lewns Bancroft; lltt/ff/l' I  " I i ied Cheese Sand. 1 ff}'Y",' wnagers, laarb wmtney ....... ,., ....... !  it -- Beans & H Dogs --= "' Tracy Granger, Nancy uwt/n oy How Hanaa I X Fabmzm, Buffy Demers, Steve H TWI  ,. / W/.'T WHO CARIES I Tly,' ;. -- ........ ,l b/ Smas, taren , ournier, YOt PICTURE .a  i ,"1"7 ,../  ,, ,---f '1, I1" SAY' ' --LEFT "THE  H nTOmirh, tgm.,r. .un sand_mhno.n' hrt Youionmtevryth 'a  GARDEN RESTAURANT ., StephanieEastman, andBeth ,$Oq'"'15= I/l"- ]l t"L.,--'<- . .)"1K' .... [ (F.F-,0,.-,,T petv.:i=m " te5 Bradford Vt   ll'lt:(-(/ !1 " -' ' Rou , ,  Citeroni  o -" PR'Y 01 = (802) 222-5202  " "1 - I hum tar,way rlnancau atn= late wRh semacgs, t,- . I[ O en 7 Da s , iiiii ii  NMIE. shows IIIIIN you a THIS wtnner. WEEK ; m IJralord " A00tI,' (' I ill/' I! lllil/J 1$'1} / _ /'" Dvis; 61h, conductor Smdre Pmvtn; 7,h, actor James i I I ill BRADFORD" At 7"30 "m ,d..f.,  i  I I  .,.,,'l I __ zxr--.. ........ I April4, whieh is Palm Sunday, I I a celebration in song will be v--.Ti..-...,,;,,,., -- -- -.-..  N t -"": -="'"/'-'----l - -a .t1    Ai= ----=m held at the Bradford United ...... ,IJIJl ACROSS 33 Carry . Church of Christ. This is the I Pry 35, Iron, chemnstry 6: Spring month .... 111 Central St. Council-sponsored Sunday [ -_ .... _ _ .v I 11. Oroonic ./. et'cury 1 X, Woodsviile, N H, evening Lenten services, ay 1:! 1. Oxtcs corpound ant,septic  Onmix the letters in the boxes to form a Participating choirs will be word. Then circle A, B or C for the cor.  ]4. By 39. Employer Haverhill Congregational, rect meaning (or definition), 15. 41. Possessive East Corinth Congregational, Score yourself as follows: 16. i Correct-Excellent 3 Correct-Fair 17. Piermont Congregational, Our 3 Correct-Good 1-0 Correct-Poor 19. 21. NO BLUE JEANS NO BLUE DENIMS NO HATS April Is Here! It's Spring Time! So Get Out Of The House And Take Your Spouse Dancing At The Famous 111 Club. Saturday, April 3 MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY! No Guarantee Of Specific Seating Areas. Call (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840. I1  I I ] H ] ]1 IH I] III Lady of Perpetual ttelp, Bradford, United Methodist, Bradford and the Bradford U.C.C. Prelude music will be furnished by D. Jeffrey Fullerton, flutist, of Wood- sville, accompanied by Katrina Munn. The offertory will be a baritone solo by Robert Mead of Haverhill, and the postlude will be played by Helena Kinney of Bradford. This year's concerted number will be "The Appeal of the Crucified," from "The Crucifixion,"  by Stainer, accompanied by Mary Musty on the organ. The public is invited. Refreshments will be served immediately following the festival. The offering will be used to support the efforts of the Inter-Church Council. ,, 1. [-M I R P Arrow poison Olive genus Cover Depict Printing meosures Eternol Periods of time Composs point Block Tronsres- sions Former Russion ruler 50 51. pronoun Ceose PerfOrm Fiji chestnut Musicol instrument Digroph DOWN Opticol 6, instrument |- Weighing Wigwom device R: Adjusted 2. Endemic 3. Either 4, Wide sosh I 0. 5. Smoll body 12. of water 13. 18, 20. 23, Page 2-The Journal Opinion-March 31, 1982 I ) CHOmFESTWaL Poewy mat bury E!emenl ary Arts and BRADFORD-- There will be a N School Choir Festival at the Bradford I United Church of Christ held Emnt on April 4 at 7:3o p.m. All are invited to attend. NEWBURY- During the So e o t p p tohe artists at a very reasonable uring the week of Film and Arts Company have Elementary week of March 22-26 children compiled in a booklet to keep cost. . March 29-April 2. Rivers tentatively scheduled a week with Donny at the Newbury Elementary for student and teacher use. Kinsey will be in clffssrooms Reach and the Catamount residency at both Newbury of theTwoPenr School have listened, read and wrote poetry under the professional guidance of poet Leland Kinsey. Teachers. students, and the poet all enjoyed the week long interaction. Because Kinsey combined his writing skill and teaching ability with a genuine care for each student's ideas, he ivas able to guide the children toward producing a poem many of which are very fine work. Kinsey focussed on how a poet uses word imagery to express his thoughts. Born and raised in Northern Vermont, Kinsey currently lives in Barton. A graduate of UVM and Syracuse Univer- sity, he has been working in schools for the past six years with the Vermont Council of the Arts Artists-In-Residence Program. tie feels the key element in this program is "learning by doing". In ad- dition to teaching and writing, Kinsey is a printer. His in- terests range from maple ! "k Thettbrd Act.250 sugaring and carpentry to (continued from page 1) training horses and studying , ,)  = history .... i $900 inslead of $1,.00. th)ffman ',., . , .... r , , lne vieeK long resmency at ib   ' h placed the town's education .... Ib # :   cost hurden, considerably Newury was.ma.oe pos slole  im  Ik higher than Carter's estimate oy me coormnauon ol.me [] / V  I at $43 480 ' Rivers Reach arts   li ff '  "Fhe' hoard usually does not Association and the .... , . . Catamount Film and arts [2o, COWBOYS-- Luther Johnson and Dale Ricker showed their talents in the Parish anlmnc decisions regarding with funding by Newbury . ,, ,, . ct-2a0 hearings until testimony Players presentatmn of Cowboys March 19, 20, 26 and 27 at the Thetford Hill on 'dl ten of the reouired I0 Elementary School and the Vt. Gran-e. cl itt ia'" "" ue c()lnplclt . Council of the Arts. Teachers,  i The next session of the paren!s, and fr.lends helped by i P I 9 _ rill .P / II'il hearmg will be held on April 14 proy!oinglodglnganumeam, b.: ::Jill Tills year, me tatamount O O at 1000 a m at the Thetford b wo 8 at I netrora l-lUl " " Film and Arts Coman has  1 ! .it - Town Hall ..... v .  organized an arhsts residency by BARBARA SUMNER from the American West. Luther was a Navy enlistee Criteria scheduled for .... 1 program in various Dormer 0 TItETFORD-- Two local Both Luther and Dale are after high school and was discussion at the next hearing . . roll 1 vermont SChools By tom nun men Luther Johnson ThetfordAcadem raduates stationed mainl in the are the nine sections of ..... " " I 1 Y g '. . Y g " . Y ...... bining me nungets of many . "- and Dale RIcker, starred in Dale, a three Year Liberal Mediterranean area for four (riterla .q and Criteria 10 ......... POETRY WRITING--- The sixth -r on* .,n .... 6 the second of two one-act Arts student at UVM, elected years. Since his return home which deals with h)cal and scn oois, )hey. nave enamel .......... 6 .,u,.. ,. .... . =, stuoents to enjoy proiesslonal Newnury mlementary acnool learnea me tree art ol plays presented by the Parish to take over the responsibility he has been employed at regional land use plans. " " Plaers of Thetford at of the family farm upon his Malmquist Wood Products in .......... Thetford 11ill Grange. The father s retirement. Later, Post Mills and through the GRUBBY Ru IMarran ttlar first performances were when the farm on Route 113 courses offered by the Adult  / \\;   /- -" "'(" .......... "- March 19 and 20 with repeats was sold, Dale, with his Degree Program at Goddard | [ M.@? I /2ECOMbtEND THE r--'--H[...TH TtSTE=6 LIIE--'---" [ O0oo ..... gLI\\; on March 26 and 27. Theplay, parents moved back to the College hehas earned his BA | - I Ho5 c.aaz ,r! [ \\;G.a :.ice 06,,)-. I  \\;6oss 3 / . Cowboys, depicts two comic larger, original Ricker Farm degree in Art and History | p "  /Y   f,-Cl'r _J_ I  LE/  " I "-A \\; <SE:;r: " / character derehcts who on AlgermeRoad,nVersh,re, Both have had some past / ", X..,,V a...  ,--_--/-----,, I  ---Y--'-  61 fantasize they are old timers to begin operation there, experience in high school, | ----.v] .._.,' / ,  l ] l.--l""   -) [I appearing in a few plays. Just [ -  (z  -"J2ll[' ) i." .' I ., )a N{I,, ] this past January they were [ I_.1 "-- [ a  I  I -) a"..__/ 1 - I granted their try-outs and as a [   L. "'- [ \\;" ", ' -  [1 r ]  ]r( ]/ .[ , ,L _ . l result were accepted for the [ t r---------.p- . , ]   I- k [ |,'  ,,,T-,[ [ i I i parts in Cowboys. /   I /    I '1 , i _ -  - _--- ,m,---   tt -- ,. __ \\;,  ,a. t j .._.-, .... :.-' ....... R[,JRAL DELIVERY , , By A! Smith ........ ! Wooviile drama [  w -/'J V/,  I f z wAS V]  WLL, am" our I I ,azp.m. I - __ :=. = .... I J"E -nts / t::)lN V'l,y/Jl===//\\;\ ---!1 /FIXING fd O:tl I .-ve. ,:uus.. I -" =, '-- - ' - I tuu p=x:ae I UPTHERE?(',J.II/I'// ' \\;  II.-f/ "mE i(=ll-=---.r' AROUND::THE I txlusiveAreoShowing I Eve. r:oo&9:00 "l WOODSVILLE-- The I   "",.-.l'/.'li//.ifffS.''"""--"'g  x.(, I I Rivetina I --  I Woodsville High School Ii/..  ? "1 IXX_I L'J'Gv..'#D ::cZJ ". "_:.'xl I __J _,_-[-_-,__ I  I Drama Club presents their [/r]'gf(.,/ /i'P' /5 IL_-.'W",:,,_'.I/-5'/ II R I  [.Jl I amng... I    [ annual spring play on Thur- c' --- "- /J__ //,-. 15--'k'_5"11 " 1-'2,9 I " -  sday, April 1. rE" " I / I .," .,iiiiiiW I /   !- I  II It is a one act play "The I% t /g--__//l" ( 1 I|| % | [ 11 I ._ I ,,AI  "i[ ] Lottery" by Brainerd Duffield [ I  /Li!  /i ill   i I t  I I __v' I adapted from the short story [l['X gL!l/| ]  | I d)tL;] | /r f I -r. | by Shirley Jackson.  ['.,,,  .. " ..........   ---'----'-,.. /--_",2.. I I IIJ -"L ' I Admission will be one dollar ....  .... -' - - '-' - I  I "JO.n  I for adults and 50 cents for A, BOY ..... : " : .......  -- : .................. ........ "   r ' i  I ..-i'T I children, l)'a,r,orc,,,jlrc'ouaepa-/,,r.;uAr,l_! L--'--/ . i t H z,nt  a,, n  .,v-,,. n The performance will be t ........ _ _ e.remgi / THEy LIIFTUT" I  .i [ -"/ A !4T1C/4 | ], ,v'7""..J I .,ny__  :-,-  I held at the Woodsville Com- Ig"JIFA r '13' lll gto, / / -,= r-_- /'--'='-'3/ft. /')..1 I I - , l: i .. I / I I t'IF ' FilF I  I munit-'Buiidin" If0t3a II ,i'PI C, OaOtlhltaC-I I n= '.---- I//m"4 I I .__/..1 I I _...,.,t  '/J,I 14 I =o.o. I The club went fore change rl. II I( I k v 00tzl | ,_,,,,.o,n,. I this spring from their usual [ _"11 [trV {  Z I I.,---Z-41/'//'_ 1 P"-'a 2' qlt.- I Sorring Ben Cross, Ion I ,,:rf,_u [ eomedies to a simple drama to iz2lnl[.l I',l I t"--- / ff.' _.L (ii..klr/ .-M I  - [ Charnel Havers [ Jnl: I-tgNL)A [ see if the public will except i e,-- k Jl 1.1 [1 L-r3"7";---    - ,I --I this as much. They hope to get I " '& I--. I I-" ,.c-:-- I I -- I I "_J.- Y/. a good crowd. Please come,  ' " 5___11  &%' "1 I ''   I fff'_ !l 4 and it will be an enjoyable  I ll  1 I ,,.&l ,'-) II  _ "1 i ,  -.,- x,  ....  ...................... z C, evening. ! :=',+-kfm.A-'Y'>k","..4" Jack Wilkins, Danny Kieth; I  x . I ,  ....... I I . -  Joe Summers, Ross O'Brien; NAPOLEON By McBride ud Moore IAjv2:W "-.A' Belva Summers, Felieis  / -- - -- l::a9.-k..d.'lglllllNK"[-- " Beattie; Mrs. Dunbar, Sylvia I co,K:---,._ i i coE::o,.,l 1 : ; /'/ I.dll x(j Fournier; Mrs. Watson, I  l  ?--- I I t't'x= mrv', ..... "1 I' "   //f/ljjn Yl APRIL i  Regina Citeroni; Miss [ g'+"LE'AE"7"" [[t,.,.--,tlll j W':_..,I - 'x''pllU  lllt/ lh lllmll lll l (.A Bessom, April Drown; Mr.  . . . I |l,,.,.,,,:llllllll i,    ,V"W".;. I !h! I t.umbn ;rt.blRL;)l "a Martin, Tim Sackett; and Mr. il,,.,u,,ttllllrl Illltt|l|lltllil|llllll t, h ,--...',. ,ll,/g7'l Z>- II .l I1 i)r'z,i Also, Tommy Dunbar, ['lllilllluRl.2.hTll IkR-.= z- P/3 A /L'LTR D 'ill, I ;on.--Stuffedeeppers ,J- Bruce Simonds; Dicky k .'NS':g[ II, 'Nil!a41" - IIt--J /\\;tI.X.,4Z 'lit I SAGrrl'ARIU$-Novembr,J.Decemlr, .i .= - watson, Roey Thomson; tX X /e // ./    tt','..-...$1 I\\;X\\\- '\\; I 'r)ni'&l ,, : Bill Hutchinson, Harry k  A ,, g/ it Ik, W/ q  I I  " \\;, "1r711. LI :'"'"y 1 Ham i _' Simano; Tessie Hutchinson, Illr-. J I \\;\ 1[  I I 1 I Jl[/. k "l" I Iff, i ' \\; I/"./i. i /'r.. -- Hot Turkey ! ' Chris!inn Leahy; Davy  U I '.-.A-.t II Sandwiches "),AA,/f'q hUtChinson, trm urown; utu t,nl..ll I 'kllt4 I w' Ilia' q t! f_ J Mtk_  -,'all"-., m  I i - . __   Man Warner, Lewns Bancroft; lltt/ff/l' I  " I i ied Cheese Sand. 1 ff}'Y",' wnagers, laarb wmtney ....... ,., ....... !  it -- Beans & H Dogs --= "' Tracy Granger, Nancy uwt/n oy How Hanaa I X Fabmzm, Buffy Demers, Steve H TWI  ,. / W/.'T WHO CARIES I Tly,' ;. -- ........ ,l b/ Smas, taren , ournier, YOt PICTURE .a  i ,"1"7 ,../  ,, ,---f '1, I1" SAY' ' --LEFT "THE  H nTOmirh, tgm.,r. .un sand_mhno.n' hrt Youionmtevryth 'a  GARDEN RESTAURANT ., StephanieEastman, andBeth ,$Oq'"'15= I/l"- ]l t"L.,--'<- . .)"1K' .... [ (F.F-,0,.-,,T petv.:i=m " te5 Bradford Vt   ll'lt:(-(/ !1 " -' ' Rou , ,  Citeroni  o -" PR'Y 01 = (802) 222-5202  " "1 - I hum tar,way rlnancau atn= late wRh semacgs, t,- . I[ O en 7 Da s , iiiii ii  NMIE. shows IIIIIN you a THIS wtnner. WEEK ; m IJralord " A00tI,' (' I ill/' I! lllil/J 1$'1} / _ /'" Dvis; 61h, conductor Smdre Pmvtn; 7,h, actor James i I I ill BRADFORD" At 7"30 "m ,d..f.,  i  I I  .,.,,'l I __ zxr--.. ........ I April4, whieh is Palm Sunday, I I a celebration in song will be v--.Ti..-...,,;,,,., -- -- -.-..  N t -"": -="'"/'-'----l - -a .t1    Ai= ----=m held at the Bradford United ...... ,IJIJl ACROSS 33 Carry . Church of Christ. This is the I Pry 35, Iron, chemnstry 6: Spring month .... 111 Central St. Council-sponsored Sunday [ -_ .... _ _ .v I 11. Oroonic ./. et'cury 1 X, Woodsviile, N H, evening Lenten services, ay 1:! 1. Oxtcs corpound ant,septic  Onmix the letters in the boxes to form a Participating choirs will be word. Then circle A, B or C for the cor.  ]4. By 39. Employer Haverhill Congregational, rect meaning (or definition), 15. 41. Possessive East Corinth Congregational, Score yourself as follows: 16. i Correct-Excellent 3 Correct-Fair 17. Piermont Congregational, Our 3 Correct-Good 1-0 Correct-Poor 19. 21. NO BLUE JEANS NO BLUE DENIMS NO HATS April Is Here! It's Spring Time! So Get Out Of The House And Take Your Spouse Dancing At The Famous 111 Club. Saturday, April 3 MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY! No Guarantee Of Specific Seating Areas. Call (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840. I1  I I ] H ] ]1 IH I] III Lady of Perpetual ttelp, Bradford, United Methodist, Bradford and the Bradford U.C.C. Prelude music will be furnished by D. Jeffrey Fullerton, flutist, of Wood- sville, accompanied by Katrina Munn. The offertory will be a baritone solo by Robert Mead of Haverhill, and the postlude will be played by Helena Kinney of Bradford. This year's concerted number will be "The Appeal of the Crucified," from "The Crucifixion,"  by Stainer, accompanied by Mary Musty on the organ. The public is invited. Refreshments will be served immediately following the festival. 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