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Page 6The Journal ()pinion-April 8, 1981 i-Social i Haverhill &apos;Academy lists honor roll HAVERHILL--Haverhill Towne, Donald Vogt, Julius Academy Junior High School Tueckhardt, Kim Bancroft, has announced the following Tina ltmLkler, Colleen Kaiser, honor roll for tt-e third Bruce Simonds, Jack marking period. " Chamberlin. Grade 7 Principal's List- Becky Kenniston, Pamela Reed. HIGH HONOR ROIA, Scan English, Donna Hudson, Eddie Thayer, Tracy Allbee, Deidra Ames, Michele Fagnant, Jacques Firflay, Wendy Hanson, Dalleen Kaiser, Ronald King, Cynthia Lennon, Leslie Walker, Keather Wood, Tammy Wright. HONOR ROLL Deanna Patten, Carmen Stimson, Amy Barry, Clinton Brown, Randy Dockham, Michael Olsen, Teresa Thornton. liONOR ROLl, Bernadette Demers, Bar- bara Klingler, Rodney Thompson, Karen Fournier. BMU to register for kindergarten WARREN-On March 17ththe motored to Blair Bridge for United Methodist Women held lunch This was a change from their annual outing and, with working on their regular their guests. 18 women meeting day and the members .... NURSFR Y PLAY--Joanna Laro' TieimanVanvleck and Matthew Travis having a fun time at l,yme Cooperative Nursery School at Lyme Congregational Church. Applications for next year in program for three and four year olds are now Church women go on,outing menu will appear at a later date. There is no charge and no limit on how much you can eat. Plan to keep this date in 0_. meets at Masonic Temple WARREN--The regular meeting of Mr. Moosilauke Chapter No. 68, Order of the Eastern Star, was held in the Chapter Room of the Masonic Temple with Worthy Matron Nancy Bumford and Worthy Patron Everett Goodwin presiding Plans were discussed for serving a dinner for Moosehillock Lodge on March 28th when the Grand Master visits the Lodge. On April 2 the Star presented a program of slides WELLS RIVER-- Registration for all children who were born in 1976 will take place in the Kindergarten Room al Blue Mountain Union School Thursday evening, April 9, from 6-7:30 p.m., and DIAMONDS ' We Repair ACCUTRON, and All Makes. Grade 8 Principal's List-.- Suzanne Bixby. HIGH ItONOR ROLl, Janet Burow, Regina Citeroni, Nancy Fabrizio, Ross O'Brien, Christian Leahy, Jeffrey Page, Howard Friday, April 10, from 8:30 a.m.-3 p, m. Bring your child's birth certificate and immunization records. If you cannot come please call 757-2711 to make other arrangements. are already thinking of new mind and meet with us. places for next year. On March 18. the regular meeting was held at the parsonage and prior to having pot luck lunch, a quilt was ties It was voted to send a donation to the Scholarship Fund to the New England l)eaconess ttospital School of Nursing There are many young women in need of financial aid to help them in MARK G. DENEGRE this most worthwhile Licensed Optician profession. 145 Central Street Plans were formulated for Woodsville, N.ll. 03785 the Easter breakfast and the ll, ll I I --[ ........... The News of Your prepared by the Historical available. For information, call Marti Warren at 795-2847. SocietyofWentworth.April 4thwas the day for the Poy !$ OUr Gifts of I k sought annual rummage sale and )i IgS food sale at t he Masonic Hall. for Cerebal Palsy sale If you would like to join them in contributing a plant to help United Cerebral Palsy you may leave it at the Village Store or Four Seasons Clothing Store. If you would BRADFORD--People in Bradford responded so strongly to the First Annual Mother's Day Plant Sale a year ago that it has bee!a expanded to three days this like to help with the sale in another way, contact Ben Weissman at 439-5954 after 5 p.m. United Cerebral Palsy of Vermont is a private, non- profit organization dedicated to assisting state residents with cerebral palsy, their families, and the community. Cerebral palsy is a condition caused by damage to the brain, usually occurring before, during, or shortly following birth. It is characterized by an inability to fully control movement. year and is expected to top last year's fund raising effort. "'At the end of our two days last year, buyers were still going strong," reports plant sale coordinator Ben Weissman. "We could have sold a lot more plants. We'll be selling for three days this year and we'll be. ready for them," he added. On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, May 7-8-9, a blooming, colorful array of flowers and plants will be on sale in Bradford outside the Village Store and the Four Many types of damage to Seasons Clothing Store. the brain may produce The three-day sale Will give cerebral palsy. Poor health of buyers plenty of time to pick the mother, certain virus  up their choice of impatiens, infectious in early pregnancy, t'f ivy geraniums, marigolds, lack of oxygen to the %,w fucias, grape ivies, or developing brain, and mN' begonias to brighten up premature birth are factors L' Mother's Day on May 10. that can lead to brain damage er',l ,  Francis Walke and his in infants. Head injury, either ,|Z'- _"N students at the area by accident or child abuse, ' Vocational 'Center of Oxbow can cause cerebral palsy  y Union High School are among children. rb , preparing an enormous supply One of the many programs _-f__ of flowers in their greenhouse and services to benefit from  for the sale. the Mother's Day Plant Sale is 'k Marcy other house plants the United Cerebral Palsy of k)} will be on sale thanks to Vermont Scholarship Fund, _',,,iv generous, green-thumbed which presents monetary esidents, awards based on financial r i itu ]need, academic record, and participation in extra- Fu n re curricular activities to Ver- i OP IN AND SF.  Reupholsterin mont residents with cerebral g ] palsy who are seeking a post- .  I  [ secOndary educatiOn" VISh OR MASTER CHARGE WELCOMi: Last August, UCP of Ver- mont awarded scholarships to E ' ' D   [11 students for the current  ,lrD I$ / school year. The recipients are attending Goddard EarlS outhworth College, UVM, New Hamp- 1/ Box I;3 [ shire Vocational Technical College, Lyndon State College, -- Fairlee, Vt. 050,15 Trinity College, and Cham- p95 IIN"$1R'[)@II:MI BBrg'e .[ 802-333-4677 ] plain College. ,( )M E N S W I{ MARCH FIT FOR A PICNIC OR A PARTY Super Straight Leg Jeans - with the 16" leg opening-& a flattering fit that's "righ t'" for a tmos t a n y occ as ion. III I I IIIIIIIIIIIII II ii iii i! STYLING AS FRESH AS ALL OUTDOORS Authentic Western Look with extra large patch pockets, rivets and real watch pocket. I I I HEAVYWEIGHT DENIM DURABILITY Made to last for many, many washings, or 1,843 picnics, whichever comes first. QUALITY NEVER GOES OUT OF s'ryI I:: UCP scholarships can be used for either academic or vocational education at Vermont or out-of-state facilities. Other UCP programs and services that will benefit from the plant sale include the service and equipment fund, advocacy, consultation, in- formation, referral, and physical and occupational therapy. For more information on cerebral palsy, write United Cerebral Palsy of Vermont, Box 156, Hyde Park, Vt. 05655. Church music festil is set BADFORD--At 7:30 p.m., April 12, a celebration in song will be held at the Bradford U.C.C. Participating choirs will be: East Corinth Congregational, HaverhillCongregational, Piermont Congregational, Our Lady of Perpetual Help- Bradford, United Methodist- Bradford, and the Bradford U.C.C. The organ prelude will be performed by Mary Musty of Piermont, organist of the Haverhill Congregational Church. The offertory solo will be sung by Becky Ewing of Bradford. The postlude will be performed by Helen Ritchie of Piermont, organist of the Piermont Congregational Church. This year's festival con- certed number will be "They That Sow in Tears," (The Holy City by Gaul) 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. BABY ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. John Worrell of Lyme Center are the parents of a baby daughter, Antoinette Marie, born March 20 at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital. / \\; / We're Bloomin ' i in .full color &  New Spring .. i & Summer MAIN STREET BRADF?RD. VT. \\; [ 222 5 / SYMBOLS OF LOVE S.F. McAIlister  Qualitl Jewelers Central St. Woodsville N H HASKELL JEWELEI Littleton, NH 0356,1 _.LqO-- 6:00 PM NewsDay U 0 to us for all your optical needs Woodsville Optical Tired of having the news preached to you from behind a desk in Boston el Burlington? Well, we're chenging the way the twin-states watch Our new news... NewsDay... is like sitting down with neighbore to talk GIANT INVENTORY REDUCTION WITH INCREDIBLE VALUES The waretmuse is lam-paed with excess stock o( quality matlmssm They must be moved out--" rogardllms of their regular day to day prices. Covers may not be current, but the firmness and sleeping cmfrt is rlg up to date from hundreds o spall tsmpor co,s tmea tayera of puffy oushioning. Shop now lot bt etlon...at these low, low prices It's a savings txmanzal about what happened today. For the news of your day, watch NewsDay tonight! SAVE 50% =79. I I NewsDoy Featured In Juniors Sizes. REGULAR $  to 150 o EACH PIECE '89. REGULAR $129 = to 180 *o EACH PIECE I TWIN BEDS .... , 99 $ [FROM 168. ! IBUNK , REGULAR, 220 oo ca. eoch piece pleto w/bedding]BEDS ., , .. . , "Queen Size (:)ly Sold in [FROM 368. J =:,,r',-_=- .'"-< ! "rE'c"' e." " .. o INCORPORATED ROUTE 3;02, LISBON ROAD 603.444-2033 LITTtETON, N.H. Hours: Weekdays 9 a.m. Io $:30 p.m. Friday Night 'lil 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Io 4:30 p.r Page 6The Journal ()pinion-April 8, 1981 i-Social i Haverhill 'Academy lists honor roll HAVERHILL--Haverhill Towne, Donald Vogt, Julius Academy Junior High School Tueckhardt, Kim Bancroft, has announced the following Tina ltmLkler, Colleen Kaiser, honor roll for tt-e third Bruce Simonds, Jack marking period. " Chamberlin. Grade 7 Principal's List- Becky Kenniston, Pamela Reed. HIGH HONOR ROIA, Scan English, Donna Hudson, Eddie Thayer, Tracy Allbee, Deidra Ames, Michele Fagnant, Jacques Firflay, Wendy Hanson, Dalleen Kaiser, Ronald King, Cynthia Lennon, Leslie Walker, Keather Wood, Tammy Wright. HONOR ROLL Deanna Patten, Carmen Stimson, Amy Barry, Clinton Brown, Randy Dockham, Michael Olsen, Teresa Thornton. liONOR ROLl, Bernadette Demers, Bar- bara Klingler, Rodney Thompson, Karen Fournier. BMU to register for kindergarten WARREN-On March 17ththe motored to Blair Bridge for United Methodist Women held lunch This was a change from their annual outing and, with working on their regular their guests. 18 women meeting day and the members .... NURSFR Y PLAY--Joanna Laro' TieimanVanvleck and Matthew Travis having a fun time at l,yme Cooperative Nursery School at Lyme Congregational Church. Applications for next year in program for three and four year olds are now Church women go on,outing menu will appear at a later date. There is no charge and no limit on how much you can eat. Plan to keep this date in 0_. meets at Masonic Temple WARREN--The regular meeting of Mr. Moosilauke Chapter No. 68, Order of the Eastern Star, was held in the Chapter Room of the Masonic Temple with Worthy Matron Nancy Bumford and Worthy Patron Everett Goodwin presiding Plans were discussed for serving a dinner for Moosehillock Lodge on March 28th when the Grand Master visits the Lodge. On April 2 the Star presented a program of slides WELLS RIVER-- Registration for all children who were born in 1976 will take place in the Kindergarten Room al Blue Mountain Union School Thursday evening, April 9, from 6-7:30 p.m., and DIAMONDS ' We Repair ACCUTRON, and All Makes. Grade 8 Principal's List-.- Suzanne Bixby. HIGH ItONOR ROLl, Janet Burow, Regina Citeroni, Nancy Fabrizio, Ross O'Brien, Christian Leahy, Jeffrey Page, Howard Friday, April 10, from 8:30 a.m.-3 p, m. Bring your child's birth certificate and immunization records. If you cannot come please call 757-2711 to make other arrangements. are already thinking of new mind and meet with us. places for next year. On March 18. the regular meeting was held at the parsonage and prior to having pot luck lunch, a quilt was ties It was voted to send a donation to the Scholarship Fund to the New England l)eaconess ttospital School of Nursing There are many young women in need of financial aid to help them in MARK G. DENEGRE this most worthwhile Licensed Optician profession. 145 Central Street Plans were formulated for Woodsville, N.ll. 03785 the Easter breakfast and the ll, ll I I --[ ........... The News of Your prepared by the Historical available. For information, call Marti Warren at 795-2847. SocietyofWentworth.April 4thwas the day for the Poy !$ OUr Gifts of I k sought annual rummage sale and )i IgS food sale at t he Masonic Hall. for Cerebal Palsy sale If you would like to join them in contributing a plant to help United Cerebral Palsy you may leave it at the Village Store or Four Seasons Clothing Store. If you would BRADFORD--People in Bradford responded so strongly to the First Annual Mother's Day Plant Sale a year ago that it has bee!a expanded to three days this like to help with the sale in another way, contact Ben Weissman at 439-5954 after 5 p.m. United Cerebral Palsy of Vermont is a private, non- profit organization dedicated to assisting state residents with cerebral palsy, their families, and the community. Cerebral palsy is a condition caused by damage to the brain, usually occurring before, during, or shortly following birth. It is characterized by an inability to fully control movement. year and is expected to top last year's fund raising effort. "'At the end of our two days last year, buyers were still going strong," reports plant sale coordinator Ben Weissman. "We could have sold a lot more plants. We'll be selling for three days this year and we'll be. ready for them," he added. On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, May 7-8-9, a blooming, colorful array of flowers and plants will be on sale in Bradford outside the Village Store and the Four Many types of damage to Seasons Clothing Store. the brain may produce The three-day sale Will give cerebral palsy. Poor health of buyers plenty of time to pick the mother, certain virus  up their choice of impatiens, infectious in early pregnancy, t'f ivy geraniums, marigolds, lack of oxygen to the %,w fucias, grape ivies, or developing brain, and mN' begonias to brighten up premature birth are factors L' Mother's Day on May 10. that can lead to brain damage er',l ,  Francis Walke and his in infants. Head injury, either ,|Z'- _"N students at the area by accident or child abuse, ' Vocational 'Center of Oxbow can cause cerebral palsy  y Union High School are among children. rb , preparing an enormous supply One of the many programs _-f__ of flowers in their greenhouse and services to benefit from  for the sale. the Mother's Day Plant Sale is 'k Marcy other house plants the United Cerebral Palsy of k)} will be on sale thanks to Vermont Scholarship Fund, _',,,iv generous, green-thumbed which presents monetary esidents, awards based on financial r i itu ]need, academic record, and participation in extra- Fun re curricular activities to Ver- i OP IN AND SF.  Reupholsterin mont residents with cerebral g ] palsy who are seeking a post- .  I  [ secOndary educatiOn" VISh OR MASTER CHARGE WELCOMi: Last August, UCP of Ver- mont awarded scholarships to E ' ' D   [11 students for the current  ,lrD I$ / school year. The recipients are attending Goddard EarlS outhworth College, UVM, New Hamp- 1/ Box I;3 [ shire Vocational Technical College, Lyndon State College, -- Fairlee, Vt. 050,15 Trinity College, and Cham- p95 IIN"$1R'[)@II:MI BBrg'e .[ 802-333-4677 ] plain College. ,( )M E N S W I{ MARCH FIT FOR A PICNIC OR A PARTY Super Straight Leg Jeans - with the 16" leg opening-& a flattering fit that's "righ t'" for a tmos t a n y oc c as ion. III I I IIIIIIIIIIIII II ii iii i! STYLING AS FRESH AS ALL OUTDOORS Authentic Western Look with extra large patch pockets, rivets and real watch pocket. I I I HEAVYWEIGHT DENIM DURABILITY Made to last for many, many washings, or 1,843 picnics, whichever comes first. QUALITY NEVER GOES OUT OF s'ryI I:: UCP scholarships can be used for either academic or vocational education at Vermont or out-of-state facilities. Other UCP programs and services that will benefit from the plant sale include the service and equipment fund, advocacy, consultation, in- formation, referral, and physical and occupational therapy. For more information on cerebral palsy, write United Cerebral Palsy of Vermont, Box 156, Hyde Park, Vt. 05655. Church music festil is set BADFORD--At 7:30 p.m., April 12, a celebration in song will be held at the Bradford U.C.C. Participating choirs will be: East Corinth Congregational, HaverhillCongregational, Piermont Congregational, Our Lady of Perpetual Help- Bradford, United Methodist- Bradford, and the Bradford U.C.C. The organ prelude will be performed by Mary Musty of Piermont, organist of the Haverhill Congregational Church. The offertory solo will be sung by Becky Ewing of Bradford. The postlude will be performed by Helen Ritchie of Piermont, organist of the Piermont Congregational Church. This year's festival con- certed number will be "They That Sow in Tears," (The Holy City by Gaul) 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. BABY ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. John Worrell of Lyme Center are the parents of a baby daughter, Antoinette Marie, born March 20 at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital. / \\; / We're Bloomin ' i in .full color &  New Spring .. i & Summer MAIN STREET BRADF?RD. VT. \\; [ 222 5 / SYMBOLS OF LOVE S.F. McAIlister  Qualitl Jewelers Central St. Woodsville N H HASKELL JEWELEI Littleton, NH 0356,1 _.LqO-- 6:00 PM NewsDay U 0 to us for all your optical needs Woodsville Optical Tired of having the news preached to you from behind a desk in Boston el Burlington? Well, we're chenging the way the twin-states watch Our new news... NewsDay... is like sitting down with neighbore to talk GIANT INVENTORY REDUCTION WITH INCREDIBLE VALUES The waretmuse is lam-paed with excess stock o( quality matlmssm They must be moved out--" rogardllms of their regular day to day prices. Covers may not be current, but the firmness and sleeping cmfrt is rlg up to date from hundreds o spall tsmpor co,s tmea tayera of puffy oushioning. Shop now lot bt etlon...at these low, low prices It's a savings txmanzal about what happened today. For the news of your day, watch NewsDay tonight! SAVE 50% =79. I I NewsDoy Featured In Juniors Sizes. REGULAR $  to 150 o EACH PIECE '89. REGULAR $129 = to 180 *o EACH PIECE I TWIN BEDS .... , 99 $ [FROM 168. ! IBUNK , REGULAR, 220 oo ca. eoch piece pleto w/bedding]BEDS ., , .. . , "Queen Size (:)ly Sold in [FROM 368. J =:,,r',-_=- .'"-< ! "rE'c"' e." " .. o INCORPORATED ROUTE 3;02, LISBON ROAD 603.444-2033 LITTtETON, N.H. Hours: Weekdays 9 a.m. Io $:30 p.m. Friday Night 'lil 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Io 4:30 p.r