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Page 8-The Journal Opinion-April 8, 1981 j- North Haverhill youth is .Ir. 4-H.. dawy, A Wom00,&apos;00 00omt oe b-o-Link N. HAVERHILL--Grafton at theN. tIaverhillMethodis i County's ++ Llf County's 4-H Dairy members, Church Hall March 14 for th Champion Jeff Page. 4-H news parents andleadersgathred traditional mid-winte)  Jeff is thesonofMr, and e on the Farm Mrs. Allan Page of N. Haverhill. He is an active  byFRANHYDE HERBICIDE SPRAYING Montpelier: During the period April 1 through May 15, 1981, Agency of Transportation employees will be spraying a herbicide directly under guardraii, around sign posts, and along curb areas to control weed growth all within the highway right-of-way. No spraying will occur in urban areas. The control of weed growth is necessary to provide better visibility of high- way traffic signs and guardrail, to eliminate a potential roadside fire hazard, to reduce maintenance costs, and to enhance the beautification of the State Highway System. The application of the herbicide will be by licensed, supervised applicators and sprayed by mechanically controlled equipment placed in State- owned vehicles, The herbicide will be applied under a Permit and Guidelines for Pesticide Application ap- proved by the Department of Agriculture. The chemical that will be used is Hyvar XL, a herbicide manufactured by the E. !. Du Pont De Nemours & Company, Inc, Residents along the right-of-way are encouraged to help protect environmentally sensitive areas and are responsible to notify the District Transportation Administrator listed below of the existence of any private water supplies adjacent to the state right-of-way. Members of the general public wishing additional information are urged to contact District Transportation Administrator Elder at his office in St. Johnsbury, telephone 748-2911 or the Maintenance Division of the Agency of Transportation in Montpelier at 828-2587. The contact persons in the Maintenance Division are Frank E. Aldrich, Director of Maintenance or John D. Clifford, Chief of Technical Services. CHAMPION--Jeff Page, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aiian--- Page of N. Haverhill, was selected as this year's Grafton County Junior Dairy Champion. Runner-up was Nancy TuUar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Tullar of Orford. Grafton County 4-H Covered movie presentation plus an- Dish Supper. nouncements of the many The North Haverhill honors 4-tt dairy members Magical Milkers 4-H Dairy have received. [ Project Club acted as host. The highlight of the The program includqd a evenings program was the - announcement by 4-It Agent NEW ENGLAND EQUIPMENT Co. Inc. Rt. 14, White Rv. Jct., Vt. (802)295-7553 The largest of New and Used John Deem Construction, Utility and Fonesby equipment in New member of the N. Haverhill Little Ox-Bow 4-1l Club and is an avid Holstein showman. Runner-up honors went to Nancy Tullar of Orford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Tullar of Orford and a 4-H member of the Cow Wranglers 4-tt Club. Nancy is a long standing Holstein dairy exhibitor. Other candidates completing were d ared Peters and Chris Dennis of Bath; Nancy ttehre and Jack Monahan of ttaverhill. 4-H Dairy Leader Rendell Tuilar, the first recipient of the Paul Bedell Memorial Trophy, presented Douglas Heath of Landaff as this year's recipient. The trophy is given in menmry of Paul Bedell by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bedell of Bath, and his sisters, Robin and Connie. Douglas is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Heath of Landaff. He was selected by ballot by 44t Dairy members and leaders from throughout Grafton County. Selection was based on his activities, sportsmanlike conduct, and the respect he has shown fellow 4-H members, leaders and parents. Douglas is a member of the Landaff Sunrise 4-H Club. His leader is Richard Fabrizio of Grafton Mrs. Gail PetersofLandaff. " II1 I I I III II I + I "  Wednesday, Ap--ril 8 HAVERttlLL: Haverhill Cooperative School Board, Haverhill Academy Jr. High, 7 p.m. BRADFORD: Village trustees, 6:30 p.m. BRADFORD: Bradford Academy Graded School District, 7 p.m. FAIRLEE: Planning Board, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 9 LYME: School Board, 7 p.m. TOPSHAM: Union No. 36 School Board, 7: 30 p.m. VERSHIRE: School Board meeting at the Elementary School, 7: 30 p.m. BRADFORD: Selectmen, 4 p.m. LYME: Lyme School Board, Lyme School, 7:30 p.m. Spring has come The calendar told us this a couple of weeks ago, but a look around us some days since then made us wonder. A couple of days we woke up to find a fresh covering of snow. Later in the day we became aware that it had melted away without our noticing. During the last two or three weeks we've been keeping our eye on the fields across the Connecticut river from us. Those adjacent to New Hampshire's Rt. 10 maintained a snow cover while we had bare fields. Not until this past Saturday did those fields begin to look bare. Probably places at higher elevations still have snow. On Sunday snow still showed in high places some distance south of here. People have been raking yards, highway employees are cleaning roadsides. In recent weeks otu" neighborhood has come alive with the sights and sounds of Spring; new lambs, a beautiful little filly, a litter of pigs. This morning I took a walk down onto the meadow to see if I might find wild geese there. As usual they spotted me first and flew north away, turned south and then spilled out of formation onto the ground on the other side of the river. I followed a high water mark of grass, twigs, two by four's and branches to the river bank and there I could see about 100 Canadian geese by the river's edge in New Hampshire. Observing them by the naked eye, they seemed to be stan- ding, by closer examination with binoculars showed that most of them were moving with small, slow steps. Most were standing in the same direction, heading into the wind, probably the secret of rapid take-offs. Only two had chosen to lie down. Red-winged blackbirds, starlings and grackles are back, hawks are migrating and can be seen resting in trees; robins. have arrived. Rev. John Knight of Bradford reports that his five hives of bees have made it through the winter though one is weaker than the others. A prolonged cold spell even now could mean trouble for them, but they are now bringing a lot of pollen back to the hives and he expects they are going to be alright. Looking underfoot this morning I spotted what may have' been raccoon tracks, woodchuck holes that drew the dog's attention, clover, alfalfa, grass and thistles starting up. By mid-day the landscape is dull with an overcast sky, drab blue hills and brown fields, but we know that in a short time it will be a medley of greens that lures us outside for work and recreation. Field day is scheduled for N.H. beef producers Beef Producers from all Kevin Woolam, Manager of corners of New Hampshire 4 Corners Farm, Wilton, will are invited to attend an demonstrate how to clip, fit educational Field Day April25 and show an animal.for sale at Davidson's Campground, andfairs. River Road, Bristol, 3 miles All participants will have a Wes of 1-93. chance to judge some classes It promises to be ao ex- BRADFORD: Bradford Planning Commission, Bradford cellent event. It is sponsored Academy conference room, 7:30 p.m. Friday, April l0 WOODSVILLE: Haverhill District Court, 2 p.m. Monday, April 13 HAVERHILL: Selectmen, 7 p.m. FAIRLEE: Selectmen, 8 p.m. RYEGATE: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. TOPSHAM: Selectmen, 8 p.m. THETFORD: Selectmen. 7 p.m. /, BATH: Selectmen. 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 15 .., WELLS RIVER: Blue Mountain Union School Board, 7:30 p.m. FAIRLEE: Zoning Board of Adjustment. 7:30p.m. look for in an animal, some production traits for show and meat, and marketing alter- natives fox" the small producer. of Angus, Hereford, Charolais and Simmental cattle. These by the Cooperative Extension are select animals from Service of Nit. and the N.H. across the slate with emphasis Beef Producers Association, on the future of the beef in- and will run from 10 a.m to 3 dustry in mind. p.m. Door and judging prizes will Dr. Mark Wahlburg, be given to many participants. Extension Livestock Also, the winner of a Specialist from the University RegisteredHereford calf'will of N.H., will discuss what to bearmouneed. Tickets for the calf may be purchased from the following persons: Bruce Marriott, Co. Agr. Agent, Laconia; Mrs. Ruth Kelly, Plymouth, Arthur & Sue Harris, Laconia, Cecil & Alice Parker, Keene, Francis lsabelle, Lebanon, Dick & by BECKY KENISTON N. HAVERHILL--Twenty ..... members participated in the Annual Grafton County Food Show at Plymouth High School Feb. 14. The group included Shawna Aldrich, Nikki Bigelow, Regina Citeroni, Lynn Fabrizio, Sheila Fabrizio, Linda Harris, Becky Keniston, Karen Kenniston, Karla-Mari Lane, Lynette Mathews, Amy Morrill, Murry Norcross, Amy Olsen, Stephanie Page, Miehelle Reed, Pamela Reed, Christine Roy, Jess{ca Schablein, Janet Thompson, and Jill Ven- turella. They all received blue ribbons. Lynn Fabrizio, Karla-Mari Lane and Janet Thompson came in second in the senior club contest sponsored by the Ward Baking Company. Lynn also won the Foley Manufacturing Company award. Each club can submit one recommendation form nominating their outstanding' senior member. All recom- mendations are reviewed by the Food Committee and the top senior receives the Foley award at the Food Show. Five members entered the napkin plaeemat contest. They were Regina Citeroni, Sheila Fabrizio, Becky Keniston, Karen Keniston, and Stephanie Page. RING SANTA ROSA From =1652 MAGIC For Men SLAC, EN +i %me ! imMBXm' HOMELN I HOMEUTE [.11"-[ SGOCH SAWl 330 16" CHAtN SAW "2:?;o-%=u,,., CHAIN SAW 1'  t InclUde 3.$ cu in.,tmg.)ne (57:4 Cc) 3.3 cu in engine (53.6 cc ) lr aUtO.lie and manual amommm ;mg vmro- automatic chain oiling main otltrt prelston lion ISolation (62-4019) solid state ignition "+'"''"" *339" """ +l,m.e)(2-40s) . !249'" ..o.o,.=. , (62-4338)nq1.$39.16 $200. es H HOMELITE SUPER 2 lift' CHAIN SAW m.m.u CHAIN SAW +" '" ''=""'" """ "" Sl= a o s tip hamle -T-rtp +erects you 0 it W/Y CASE and your w (8-4033) 14" power tip guide bar II[U XEL " IIMIEUTE XEL and chain 1.9 cu in (31.1 CC) engine exclusive - ItA 14" CHAIN lAW Twin Trigger chromed 12"   bat 9.6 II 14" Power Tip Guide bar chain (62,.40t 3) -11 twettrtotzttd 9.9 le rber--coatel wap- nlMi Ilt P.J'MI in tloct devt c,e around hondle bar e chJm l. k0.0 CANCER WORKERS--Representatives from the New Hampshire Division of the American Cancer Society are, from left: Diane Jones of Concord, Delegate to the National Crusade Kickoff; Raymond S. Burton of Bath, Executive Councilor for District One, State of N.H., 1981 State Crusade Chairman; Daniel Jones of Madison, a Realtor from the North Conway area and Chairman of Division Crusade Planning Committee; and Michael Bornstein, a Manchester CPA and Chairman of Division Special Events Committee. NOTICE OF LIQUIDATION OF NATIONAL BANK OF NEWBURY The National Bank of Newbury is transferring its assetsand deposit liabilities to the Wells River Savings Bank. Following said transfer the National Bank of Newbury will be liquidated and therefore gives the following notice: "The National Bank of Newbury located at Wells River in the State of Vermont is closing its affairs. All creditors of the Association are therefore hereby notified to present claims for payment to the un- dersigned, at the office of the National Bank of ,+o, ,.- * 1 ao Newbury, Wells River, Vermont 05081." <e,o,u m. m. *1,9 lu-. re+.++ $65.96  O 6 Dated: April 6, 1981 -s-Hazen W. Wilson | ROUTE 10, NO. HAVERHILL, N.H. ea Hazen W. Wilson Liquidating Agent - Tel. (603) 787-6129 d, Barbara Sanders, Monroe, i --J_ __ :l,yl Steve Tassey, Shelburne, avernmnu N.tt., Erick Sawteile, ---- ----"------0  b Newmarket, Glenn Rogers, N. 1. OI llaverhill, Jean Black, l Canaan, and Mark Walhburg, UNH. Only 1000 tickets were printed so act early. Cost ,., Grafton County Effective.... Home activities I WOODSVILLE--After a busy holiday season, at the Grafton Our customers, kn I County Home, January was a time to rest, the only en- radio .......=,4ver+ls;n e, tertainment being birthday Is parties has helped the& In February, Valentine parties began with residents , ,,,-. : Rll enjoying a dance at the 111 busin ss x: Club at the invitation of Julius Tueckhardt with music provided by Bob Hanley and LL US jlkTg 7 Z77! his band. The group was joined by residents of Glencliff 2 7 7 j Home for the Elderly. A party was held in the El activity room for residents and several from the bed-care St, section. Music was provided by Steven Aldrich and EASTER refreshments were served. Also, bedcare sections were entertained by a pantomime, "Mother's Dream," by Mary Jane Diamond, and refresb- merits were served. FOR The month of Februai;7 ended' with a movie of Ma and Pa Kettle and the monthly birthday party. Complete I In March, there was a meeting of R.S.V.P. at which and I Howard Sommer and several members from Orford recruited new members. Snacks were served. = ial)/l_ i There was a variety show on the evening of March 20, with { the following entertainment: We h[le Mary Jane Diamond, tap, and daughter, ballet; Susan Picknell, banjo; Janet Ashley, l pantomime; Chris Gandin, trumpet; Joan Aldrich, vocal -- solo; Marion Berube, piano; children Steve Aldrich and Carl Viau, piano and accord{an. Several residents attended the Doc Williams Show. The "[Je your har month ended with a movie and a birthday party________. .  ! NEW SON J ;l Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence  - Carter, Jr., of 'Lyme Center Woodsll -- st have a new son, James Ivan, horn March 22 at Alice Peck Day Memorial ltospitai. i COMPLETE  Page 8-The Journal Opinion-April 8, 1981 j- North Haverhill youth is .Ir. 4-H.. dawy, A Wom00,'00 00omt oe b-o-Link N. HAVERHILL--Grafton at theN. tIaverhillMethodis i County's ++ Llf County's 4-H Dairy members, Church Hall March 14 for th Champion Jeff Page. 4-H news parents andleadersgathred traditional mid-winte)  Jeff is thesonofMr, and e on the Farm Mrs. Allan Page of N. Haverhill. He is an active  byFRANHYDE HERBICIDE SPRAYING Montpelier: During the period April 1 through May 15, 1981, Agency of Transportation employees will be spraying a herbicide directly under guardraii, around sign posts, and along curb areas to control weed growth all within the highway right-of-way. No spraying will occur in urban areas. The control of weed growth is necessary to provide better visibility of high- way traffic signs and guardrail, to eliminate a potential roadside fire hazard, to reduce maintenance costs, and to enhance the beautification of the State Highway System. The application of the herbicide will be by licensed, supervised applicators and sprayed by mechanically controlled equipment placed in State- owned vehicles, The herbicide will be applied under a Permit and Guidelines for Pesticide Application ap- proved by the Department of Agriculture. The chemical that will be used is Hyvar XL, a herbicide manufactured by the E. !. Du Pont De Nemours & Company, Inc, Residents along the right-of-way are encouraged to help protect environmentally sensitive areas and are responsible to notify the District Transportation Administrator listed below of the existence of any private water supplies adjacent to the state right-of-way. Members of the general public wishing additional information are urged to contact District Transportation Administrator Elder at his office in St. Johnsbury, telephone 748-2911 or the Maintenance Division of the Agency of Transportation in Montpelier at 828-2587. The contact persons in the Maintenance Division are Frank E. Aldrich, Director of Maintenance or John D. Clifford, Chief of Technical Services. CHAMPION--Jeff Page, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aiian--- Page of N. Haverhill, was selected as this year's Grafton County Junior Dairy Champion. Runner-up was Nancy TuUar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Tullar of Orford. Grafton County 4-H Covered movie presentation plus an- Dish Supper. nouncements of the many The North Haverhill honors 4-tt dairy members Magical Milkers 4-H Dairy have received. [ Project Club acted as host. The highlight of the The program includqd a evenings program was the - announcement by 4-It Agent NEW ENGLAND EQUIPMENT Co. Inc. Rt. 14, White Rv. Jct., Vt. (802)295-7553 The largest of New and Used John Deem Construction, Utility and Fonesby equipment in New member of the N. Haverhill Little Ox-Bow 4-1l Club and is an avid Holstein showman. Runner-up honors went to Nancy Tullar of Orford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Tullar of Orford and a 4-H member of the Cow Wranglers 4-tt Club. Nancy is a long standing Holstein dairy exhibitor. Other candidates completing were dared Peters and Chris Dennis of Bath; Nancy ttehre and Jack Monahan of ttaverhill. 4-H Dairy Leader Rendell Tuilar, the first recipient of the Paul Bedell Memorial Trophy, presented Douglas Heath of Landaff as this year's recipient. The trophy is given in menmry of Paul Bedell by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bedell of Bath, and his sisters, Robin and Connie. Douglas is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Heath of Landaff. He was selected by ballot by 44t Dairy members and leaders from throughout Grafton County. Selection was based on his activities, sportsmanlike conduct, and the respect he has shown fellow 4-H members, leaders and parents. Douglas is a member of the Landaff Sunrise 4-H Club. His leader is Richard Fabrizio of Grafton Mrs. Gail PetersofLandaff. " II1 I I I III II I + I "  Wednesday, Ap--ril 8 HAVERttlLL: Haverhill Cooperative School Board, Haverhill Academy Jr. High, 7 p.m. BRADFORD: Village trustees, 6:30 p.m. BRADFORD: Bradford Academy Graded School District, 7 p.m. FAIRLEE: Planning Board, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 9 LYME: School Board, 7 p.m. TOPSHAM: Union No. 36 School Board, 7: 30 p.m. VERSHIRE: School Board meeting at the Elementary School, 7: 30 p.m. BRADFORD: Selectmen, 4 p.m. LYME: Lyme School Board, Lyme School, 7:30 p.m. Spring has come The calendar told us this a couple of weeks ago, but a look around us some days since then made us wonder. A couple of days we woke up to find a fresh covering of snow. Later in the day we became aware that it had melted away without our noticing. During the last two or three weeks we've been keeping our eye on the fields across the Connecticut river from us. Those adjacent to New Hampshire's Rt. 10 maintained a snow cover while we had bare fields. Not until this past Saturday did those fields begin to look bare. Probably places at higher elevations still have snow. On Sunday snow still showed in high places some distance south of here. People have been raking yards, highway employees are cleaning roadsides. In recent weeks otu" neighborhood has come alive with the sights and sounds of Spring; new lambs, a beautiful little filly, a litter of pigs. This morning I took a walk down onto the meadow to see if I might find wild geese there. As usual they spotted me first and flew north away, turned south and then spilled out of formation onto the ground on the other side of the river. I followed a high water mark of grass, twigs, two by four's and branches to the river bank and there I could see about 100 Canadian geese by the river's edge in New Hampshire. Observing them by the naked eye, they seemed to be stan- ding, by closer examination with binoculars showed that most of them were moving with small, slow steps. Most were standing in the same direction, heading into the wind, probably the secret of rapid take-offs. Only two had chosen to lie down. Red-winged blackbirds, starlings and grackles are back, hawks are migrating and can be seen resting in trees; robins. have arrived. Rev. John Knight of Bradford reports that his five hives of bees have made it through the winter though one is weaker than the others. A prolonged cold spell even now could mean trouble for them, but they are now bringing a lot of pollen back to the hives and he expects they are going to be alright. Looking underfoot this morning I spotted what may have' been raccoon tracks, woodchuck holes that drew the dog's attention, clover, alfalfa, grass and thistles starting up. By mid-day the landscape is dull with an overcast sky, drab blue hills and brown fields, but we know that in a short time it will be a medley of greens that lures us outside for work and recreation. Field day is scheduled for N.H. beef producers Beef Producers from all Kevin Woolam, Manager of corners of New Hampshire 4 Corners Farm, Wilton, will are invited to attend an demonstrate how to clip, fit educational Field Day April25 and show an animal.for sale at Davidson's Campground, andfairs. River Road, Bristol, 3 miles All participants will have a Wes of 1-93. chance to judge some classes It promises to be ao ex- BRADFORD: Bradford Planning Commission, Bradford cellent event. It is sponsored Academy conference room, 7:30 p.m. Friday, April l0 WOODSVILLE: Haverhill District Court, 2 p.m. Monday, April 13 HAVERHILL: Selectmen, 7 p.m. FAIRLEE: Selectmen, 8 p.m. RYEGATE: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. TOPSHAM: Selectmen, 8 p.m. THETFORD: Selectmen. 7 p.m. /, BATH: Selectmen. 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 15 .., WELLS RIVER: Blue Mountain Union School Board, 7:30 p.m. FAIRLEE: Zoning Board of Adjustment. 7:30p.m. look for in an animal, some production traits for show and meat, and marketing alter- natives fox" the small producer. of Angus, Hereford, Charolais and Simmental cattle. These by the Cooperative Extension are select animals from Service of Nit. and the N.H. across the slate with emphasis Beef Producers Association, on the future of the beef in- and will run from 10 a.m to 3 dustry in mind. p.m. Door and judging prizes will Dr. Mark Wahlburg, be given to many participants. Extension Livestock Also, the winner of a Specialist from the University RegisteredHereford calf'will of N.H., will discuss what to bearmouneed. Tickets for the calf may be purchased from the following persons: Bruce Marriott, Co. Agr. Agent, Laconia; Mrs. Ruth Kelly, Plymouth, Arthur & Sue Harris, Laconia, Cecil & Alice Parker, Keene, Francis lsabelle, Lebanon, Dick & by BECKY KENISTON N. HAVERHILL--Twenty ..... members participated in the Annual Grafton County Food Show at Plymouth High School Feb. 14. The group included Shawna Aldrich, Nikki Bigelow, Regina Citeroni, Lynn Fabrizio, Sheila Fabrizio, Linda Harris, Becky Keniston, Karen Kenniston, Karla-Mari Lane, Lynette Mathews, Amy Morrill, Murry Norcross, Amy Olsen, Stephanie Page, Miehelle Reed, Pamela Reed, Christine Roy, Jess{ca Schablein, Janet Thompson, and Jill Ven- turella. They all received blue ribbons. Lynn Fabrizio, Karla-Mari Lane and Janet Thompson came in second in the senior club contest sponsored by the Ward Baking Company. Lynn also won the Foley Manufacturing Company award. Each club can submit one recommendation form nominating their outstanding' senior member. All recom- mendations are reviewed by the Food Committee and the top senior receives the Foley award at the Food Show. Five members entered the napkin plaeemat contest. They were Regina Citeroni, Sheila Fabrizio, Becky Keniston, Karen Keniston, and Stephanie Page. RING SANTA ROSA From =1652 MAGIC For Men SLAC, EN +i %me ! imMBXm' HOMELN I HOMEUTE [.11"-[ SGOCH SAWl 330 16" CHAtN SAW "2:?;o-%=u,,., CHAIN SAW 1'  t InclUde 3.$ cu in.,tmg.)ne (57:4 Cc) 3.3 cu in engine (53.6 cc ) lr aUtO.lie and manual amommm ;mg vmro- automatic chain oiling main otltrt prelston lion ISolation (62-4019) solid state ignition "+'"''"" *339" """ +l,m.e)(2-40s) . !249'" ..o.o,.=. , (62-4338)nq1.$39.16 $200. es H HOMELITE SUPER 2 lift' CHAIN SAW m.m.u CHAIN SAW +" '" ''=""'" """ "" Sl= a o s tip hamle -T-rtp +erects you 0 it W/Y CASE and your w (8-4033) 14" power tip guide bar II[U XEL " IIMIEUTE XEL and chain 1.9 cu in (31.1 CC) engine exclusive - ItA 14" CHAIN lAW Twin Trigger chromed 12"   bat 9.6 II 14" Power Tip Guide bar chain (62,.40t 3) -11 twettrtotzttd 9.9 le rber--coatel wap- nlMi Ilt P.J'MI in tloct devt c,e around hondle bar e chJm l. k0.0 CANCER WORKERS--Representatives from the New Hampshire Division of the American Cancer Society are, from left: Diane Jones of Concord, Delegate to the National Crusade Kickoff; Raymond S. Burton of Bath, Executive Councilor for District One, State of N.H., 1981 State Crusade Chairman; Daniel Jones of Madison, a Realtor from the North Conway area and Chairman of Division Crusade Planning Committee; and Michael Bornstein, a Manchester CPA and Chairman of Division Special Events Committee. NOTICE OF LIQUIDATION OF NATIONAL BANK OF NEWBURY The National Bank of Newbury is transferring its assetsand deposit liabilities to the Wells River Savings Bank. Following said transfer the National Bank of Newbury will be liquidated and therefore gives the following notice: "The National Bank of Newbury located at Wells River in the State of Vermont is closing its affairs. All creditors of the Association are therefore hereby notified to present claims for payment to the un- dersigned, at the office of the National Bank of ,+o, ,.- * 1 ao Newbury, Wells River, Vermont 05081." <e,o,u m. m. *1,9 lu-. re+.++ $65.96  O 6 Dated: April 6, 1981 -s-Hazen W. Wilson | ROUTE 10, NO. HAVERHILL, N.H. ea Hazen W. Wilson Liquidating Agent - Tel. (603) 787-6129 d, Barbara Sanders, Monroe, i --J_ __ :l,yl Steve Tassey, Shelburne, avernmnu N.tt., Erick Sawteile, ---- ----"------0  b Newmarket, Glenn Rogers, N. 1. OI llaverhill, Jean Black, l Canaan, and Mark Walhburg, UNH. Only 1000 tickets were printed so act early. Cost ,., Grafton County Effective.... Home activities I WOODSVILLE--After a busy holiday season, at the Grafton Our customers, kn I County Home, January was a time to rest, the only en- radio .......=,4ver+ls;n e, tertainment being birthday Is parties has helped the& In February, Valentine parties began with residents , ,,,-. : Rll enjoying a dance at the 111 busin ss x: Club at the invitation of Julius Tueckhardt with music provided by Bob Hanley and LL US jlkTg 7 Z77! his band. The group was joined by residents of Glencliff 2 7 7 j Home for the Elderly. A party was held in the El activity room for residents and several from the bed-care St, section. Music was provided by Steven Aldrich and EASTER refreshments were served. Also, bedcare sections were entertained by a pantomime, "Mother's Dream," by Mary Jane Diamond, and refresb- merits were served. FOR The month of Februai;7 ended' with a movie of Ma and Pa Kettle and the monthly birthday party. Complete I In March, there was a meeting of R.S.V.P. at which and I Howard Sommer and several members from Orford recruited new members. Snacks were served. = ial)/l_ i There was a variety show on the evening of March 20, with { the following entertainment: We h[le Mary Jane Diamond, tap, and daughter, ballet; Susan Picknell, banjo; Janet Ashley, l pantomime; Chris Gandin, trumpet; Joan Aldrich, vocal -- solo; Marion Berube, piano; children Steve Aldrich and Carl Viau, piano and accord{an. Several residents attended the Doc Williams Show. The "[Je your har month ended with a movie and a birthday party________. .  ! NEW SON J ;l Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence  - Carter, Jr., of 'Lyme Center Woodsll -- st have a new son, James Ivan, horn March 22 at Alice Peck Day Memorial ltospitai. i COMPLETE