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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-May 20, 1981 Players in East Corinth will present their Memorial Day production on two weekends this year, May 29-30 and June 5.6, at the Mason's Hall in E. Corinth. The play this spring is the hilarious comedy, "Anybody ()ut There," by John Patrick. Another addit ion to this year's play is the chance to purchase advance tickets at a price lower than door price. These tickets will be on sale in Tabor Valley Players will present play Treasure Island j dg tag E. COR1NTtl---Tabor Valley Bradford at Gave and Ban-discovered, Dr. Dickey has no to open in June Posters u ed at Cot e croft Pharmacy and Century 21 Real Estate. Peggy Halsey is the director of "Anybody Out There." It is the story of a meek and mild bank teller named Oliver Pankby who makes a visit to his doctor, Dr. Dickey, and is mistaken for another patient who is terminally ill. Oliver is so shy and frightened that he did not give his doctor his real name and when the mistake is COUNTRY HOUSE R ESTAURANT & OXBOW LOUNGE Specializing in * Italian Cooking * Seafood & Steaks * Banquet Facilities Maria D Lorenzini and Robert C. Brault Your Hosts 276 N. Mare St., Barre, Vt. For Reservations 05641 802 - 476-4282 7:00 P.M. & 8:45 P.M. Rated R 7:00 P.M. & 9:00 P.M. Rated PG way to find Oliver and tell him. So Oliver, thinking he has only six months to live becomes reckless and daring, the absurd opposite of his previous self. He buys clothes, spends money on extravagant things, and does heroic deeds. This transformation is the key to the play and the vehicle for a frolicing and fun comedy. Each of the supporting actors adds his or her own unique brand of humor to this situation for an uproarious play. ()liver Pankey is played by a new actor to Tabor Valley Players, Tom Rathburn. Tom is not new to acting, as he has just completed performing in Oxbow High School's production of "Guy's and Dolls." Mary Brockhardt, another newcomer to T.V.P., is cast as Sophie Groggan. Cindy Chalmers, who has recently been seen in T.V.P.'s winter production of "Mary, Mary" plays Millie Milhaus. Two veteran T.V.P. per- formers, Rick Cook and Beth Thompson play the roles of Herbie Henderson and Anita Wrenn. Jim Heidenreich plays Dr. Dickey, Louise Plante the thief, and Bob Wilds is Bill McSwain. Maurice Page, who THETFORD--The Town of Thetford's Treasure Island recreation area will open for the season June 20. The wooded area of nine acres on Lake Fairlee offers tennis, swimming, boating, fishing, volleyball and picnicking to Thetford residents and others. Private parties may lease the island's larger picnic sites and shelter. The recreatio area had its first financial break-even year in 1980 and is expected to return revenue to the town from this summer on. Antique show set at Li.wood LINCOLN--Lin-WOOd High School's junior class will sponsor the North Country Antique Show May 23-24-25. A food concession will he set up to serve lunch. Admission will he free with a donation of $1 for parking. Public suppers will be held. Lin-Wood tiigh School is located off 1-93, exit 32, along the scenic Kancamagus High- way. has been in plays in E. Corinth The Blazing since 1924, plays a man. Gun inventor has .... I The play is a great farce and Four Seasons Ifun for the entire family. Bldford l'tiv .... |Advance tickets are $2.50 for David Presby, inventor in Starring Alan Alda and |adults, $2 for senior citizens, the Second Chance Loader MELBROOKS J$1 for children. Door prices who was featured in last Carol Burnett ,, , ................ H are $3 for adults, $2.50 for week's Second Opinion, is the ., MATINEES SAT. & SUN. AT2:00PM  senior citizens, $i.00 for grandson of Byron and ill --'iv children. All shows start at 8 Katherine Eastman of I I I lllll p.m. Bradford. Ballet benefit set in Norwich NORWICH--Ballet Shayda of soloist with the American DANCING STARTS AT 8:30- Come Early - Stay Late- Have A Great Time!!! Ottawa is coming to the Festival Ballet, and three Lebanon Opera House in a years as soloist with the benefit performance for the National Ballet " in Norwich Elderly Housing Washington, D.C. She has Project June 5 at 8 p.m. worked with George Balan- Michelle Danesh, the chine, Frederic Franklin and group's founder, had ex- Anna Sokolow among others. tensive professional ex- After leaving professional perience in the United States dance circles, Mrs. Danesh before moving to Canada. She started the Centre for Ballet is a native of Chicago, and Arts in Victoria B.C. She and received 13 years of training her husband moved to Ottawa in that city. She spent five in 1973 where she established years as principal dancer with Ballet Shayda. the Illinois Ballet, one year as Saturday, May 23 "North Country With Doug Blake" Yr Summerfest for July (continued from page 1) Memorial Field. shop and sell their wares. The event is being ex- Local merchants will also be tensively promoted through open during the festival, with newspapers, radio and sgnd fe. , telesiOn in the A stree[ dance wi[h music Upper Valley area, aimed at by the Reunited Band is being attracting residents, summer planned on the street and parking area in front of the Post Office or behind the Bradford National Bank. In case of rain, some of the activities would be moved to the covered shelters on residents and tourists. Numerous events for Summerfest '81 are still in the preliminary planning stage, with ideas such as an auction, frisbee contest, street musicians and other features - 00-A-I00AX Y TRAVEL, INC. 103 S. Main St. W. Lebanon, NH 603-298-8787 Dan D Linda Westney L A For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P.M. Tel. (603) 747- 2840 Or 747 - 2505 (continued from page I ) prize; Andrea Gravlin, Woodsville Elementary School, second prize; Paul C. Smith, Jr., Woodsville Elementary School, honorable mention Third Grade: Shawn Bigelow, James Morrill Elementary School, first prize ; Mark Haradon, Newbury Elementary School, second prize; Joshua Steenburgh, James Morrill Elementary School, honorable mention. Fourth Grade: Shelly Dyke, Woodsville Elementary School, first prize; Tammy Fortier, Woodsville Elementary School, second prize; Greg Allen, Newbury Elementary School, honorable mention. of DuDOnI Antron  Nylon HEALTH CARE--Poster for Cottage, Hospital contest stresses good medical care for a healthy future. A sleeveless jewel with a delicate crochet neckline in Antron" Nylon. Choose i=om white, belqe, pale pink, sky blue, lilac, cnady mist. S 34-42. $9.00. ooe Z.rLY vn,,rrr sroz " St. lohnsbu_ry, Vt. * Woodsvffie, N.H: - :;_ qll illnll i i ii FUTURIST--School student's poster peers into future. FRI. SAT. Bronco Billy Clint Eastw0od PG Fifth Grade: Debbie Cole, Bath Village School, first prize; Kristy C. Gilbert, Bath Village School, second prize; Michelle Farr, Monroe Consolidated School, honorable mention. Sixth Grade: Robert Edsall, Monroe Consolidated School, first prize; Patty Kelso, Monroe Consolidated School, econd prize; Brenda Natola, Monroe Consolidated School, honorable mention. Seventh Grade: Rochelle Farr, Monroe Consolidated POSTER SURVEY--RN Margie Wilson of Woodsville and LPN Alma Gilson of S. Newbury admire posters submitted by area school children in Cottage Hospital contest. School, first prize; Dawn Towle, Lisbon Regional School, second prize; Douglas Blay, Lisbon Regional School, honorable mention. Eighth Grade: Tina Fearon, Monroe Consolidated School, first prize; Kelley St. Ger- main, Monroe Consolidated School, second prize. POSTER PALS--Tammy Fortier (left) won fourth grade second prize and sister Wendy Fortier won second grade first prize in Cottage Hospital Poster contest. They attend Woodsville Elementary School. WARNINCr--SchooI poster dangerous drugs. warns against HOSPITAL--Poster for Cottage Hospital contest. FUTURE SHOCK?--Newbury Cottage Hospital poster contest. taking NEW ARRIVAl, Mr. and Mrs. Mark BITSOF Edwards of Groton are the INFORMATION parents of a baby girl, born The revolving door made its May 1 at Cottage lqospital and debut in 1888as a "storm door weighing s pounds, 3:, ounces. structure". i j IHIm II I I IIII I CLEANERS Your complete clothing ore center For pick-up and delivery service illlll u i student's poster for DIAMONDS , WATCHES We Repair ACCUTRON. TIMEX. and All Makes. HASKELL JEWELERS Littloton, NH 03561 toO) 444-3:.1 Phone 444-2742 Call collect. SEARS ROEBUCK, Woodsville, N.H. WELLS RIVER LANDROMAT, Wells River, Vt. PiKE STORE, Pike, N.H McLAM's STORE, E. Corinth, Vt FAIRLEE GENERAL, Eoirlee, Vt ORFOROVILtE STORE, Orfordville, N H Helen praised BRAE mann was the Internal for her work Senior Center. Praise was many of the the I.R.S. The letter District Delegianis in "The Ins District would opportunity to your Tax Elderly generous time, many received tax otherwise would access to such sincerely and effort you the program. "We look working with year." SON Mr. and Mrs. Vershire are son, born May Thanksgiving to St. WINNING TEAMiCarrie Beth Steenburgh won first prize for first graders and brother Joshua Steenburgh received honorable mention for third grade in Cottage Hospital poster contest. Both attended James E. Morrill Elementary School in N. Haverhill. Rotary meets at Fairlee FAIRLEE--Some 400 Rotarians attended the spring conference of Rotary District 785 at the Lake Morey Inn May 8-10. The district embraces 21 Rotary Clubs in northern Vermont, 12 in northern New Hampshire plus drum- mondville and Sherbrook in Quebec. Maj. Gen. Reginald T. Cram. of Burlington was named : district governor-elect for 1981-82. The program included a number of special events for the Rotarians and their wives. fail. I hove hod my Publication promised. PHOTOGRAPHY ASSOCIATES BRADFORD, V'T. (802) 222-5738 TALENT SHOW W. TOPSHAM--A talent show followed by round and square dancing will be sponsored on May 23 by the women's auxiliary of the Tri Village Fire Department at the W. Topsham Community Hall from 7-9 p.m. After spring comes the summer; Don't let it be a bummer. Let us serve as your home base For planning a trip to some other / TASKER'S WELL We Need Your Business! Our Business Is Going In The Hole. 942-5581 Northwood, N.H. on, k=m00 n,w and and in upper , aulomollvo Erwln Cliftol West Harlford, Vt 21-3014 E. Peanut P/rke Wilde Vt 25.3724 "Hal -0-t the Good Gu' CASH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS AND Over 36 years of dependable service, CLIFFORD'S GARAGE, DODGI (ITY Route 1.4, W. Hartford, Vt. Page 2-The Journal Opinion-May 20, 1981 Players in East Corinth will present their Memorial Day production on two weekends this year, May 29-30 and June 5.6, at the Mason's Hall in E. Corinth. The play this spring is the hilarious comedy, "Anybody ()ut There," by John Patrick. Another addit ion to this year's play is the chance to purchase advance tickets at a price lower than door price. These tickets will be on sale in Tabor Valley Players will present play Treasure Island j dg tag E. COR1NTtl---Tabor Valley Bradford at Gave and Ban-discovered, Dr. Dickey has no to open in June Posters u ed at Cot e croft Pharmacy and Century 21 Real Estate. Peggy Halsey is the director of "Anybody Out There." It is the story of a meek and mild bank teller named Oliver Pankby who makes a visit to his doctor, Dr. Dickey, and is mistaken for another patient who is terminally ill. Oliver is so shy and frightened that he did not give his doctor his real name and when the mistake is COUNTRY HOUSE R ESTAURANT & OXBOW LOUNGE Specializing in * Italian Cooking * Seafood & Steaks * Banquet Facilities Maria D Lorenzini and Robert C. Brault Your Hosts 276 N. Mare St., Barre, Vt. For Reservations 05641 802 - 476-4282 7:00 P.M. & 8:45 P.M. Rated R 7:00 P.M. & 9:00 P.M. Rated PG way to find Oliver and tell him. So Oliver, thinking he has only six months to live becomes reckless and daring, the absurd opposite of his previous self. He buys clothes, spends money on extravagant things, and does heroic deeds. This transformation is the key to the play and the vehicle for a frolicing and fun comedy. Each of the supporting actors adds his or her own unique brand of humor to this situation for an uproarious play. ()liver Pankey is played by a new actor to Tabor Valley Players, Tom Rathburn. Tom is not new to acting, as he has just completed performing in Oxbow High School's production of "Guy's and Dolls." Mary Brockhardt, another newcomer to T.V.P., is cast as Sophie Groggan. Cindy Chalmers, who has recently been seen in T.V.P.'s winter production of "Mary, Mary" plays Millie Milhaus. Two veteran T.V.P. per- formers, Rick Cook and Beth Thompson play the roles of Herbie Henderson and Anita Wrenn. Jim Heidenreich plays Dr. Dickey, Louise Plante the thief, and Bob Wilds is Bill McSwain. Maurice Page, who THETFORD--The Town of Thetford's Treasure Island recreation area will open for the season June 20. The wooded area of nine acres on Lake Fairlee offers tennis, swimming, boating, fishing, volleyball and picnicking to Thetford residents and others. Private parties may lease the island's larger picnic sites and shelter. The recreatio area had its first financial break-even year in 1980 and is expected to return revenue to the town from this summer on. Antique show set at Li.wood LINCOLN--Lin-WOOd High School's junior class will sponsor the North Country Antique Show May 23-24-25. A food concession will he set up to serve lunch. Admission will he free with a donation of $1 for parking. Public suppers will be held. Lin-Wood tiigh School is located off 1-93, exit 32, along the scenic Kancamagus High- way. has been in plays in E. Corinth The Blazing since 1924, plays a man. Gun inventor has .... I The play is a great farce and Four Seasons Ifun for the entire family. Bldford l'tiv .... |Advance tickets are $2.50 for David Presby, inventor in Starring Alan Alda and |adults, $2 for senior citizens, the Second Chance Loader MELBROOKS J$1 for children. Door prices who was featured in last Carol Burnett ,, , ................ H are $3 for adults, $2.50 for week's Second Opinion, is the ., MATINEES SAT. & SUN. AT2:00PM  senior citizens, $i.00 for grandson of Byron and ill --'iv children. All shows start at 8 Katherine Eastman of I I I lllll p.m. Bradford. Ballet benefit set in Norwich NORWICH--Ballet Shayda of soloist with the American DANCING STARTS AT 8:30- Come Early - Stay Late- Have A Great Time!!! Ottawa is coming to the Festival Ballet, and three Lebanon Opera House in a years as soloist with the benefit performance for the National Ballet " in Norwich Elderly Housing Washington, D.C. She has Project June 5 at 8 p.m. worked with George Balan- Michelle Danesh, the chine, Frederic Franklin and group's founder, had ex- Anna Sokolow among others. tensive professional ex- After leaving professional perience in the United States dance circles, Mrs. Danesh before moving to Canada. She started the Centre for Ballet is a native of Chicago, and Arts in Victoria B.C. She and received 13 years of training her husband moved to Ottawa in that city. She spent five in 1973 where she established years as principal dancer with Ballet Shayda. the Illinois Ballet, one year as Saturday, May 23 "North Country With Doug Blake" Yr Summerfest for July (continued from page 1) Memorial Field. shop and sell their wares. The event is being ex- Local merchants will also be tensively promoted through open during the festival, with newspapers, radio and sgnd fe. , telesiOn in the A stree[ dance wi[h music Upper Valley area, aimed at by the Reunited Band is being attracting residents, summer planned on the street and parking area in front of the Post Office or behind the Bradford National Bank. In case of rain, some of the activities would be moved to the covered shelters on residents and tourists. Numerous events for Summerfest '81 are still in the preliminary planning stage, with ideas such as an auction, frisbee contest, street musicians and other features - 00-A-I00AX Y TRAVEL, INC. 103 S. Main St. W. Lebanon, NH 603-298-8787 Dan D Linda Westney L A For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P.M. Tel. (603) 747- 2840 Or 747 - 2505 (continued from page I ) prize; Andrea Gravlin, Woodsville Elementary School, second prize; Paul C. Smith, Jr., Woodsville Elementary School, honorable mention Third Grade: Shawn Bigelow, James Morrill Elementary School, first prize ; Mark Haradon, Newbury Elementary School, second prize; Joshua Steenburgh, James Morrill Elementary School, honorable mention. Fourth Grade: Shelly Dyke, Woodsville Elementary School, first prize; Tammy Fortier, Woodsville Elementary School, second prize; Greg Allen, Newbury Elementary School, honorable mention. of DuDOnI Antron  Nylon HEALTH CARE--Poster for Cottage, Hospital contest stresses good medical care for a healthy future. A sleeveless jewel with a delicate crochet neckline in Antron" Nylon. Choose i=om white, belqe, pale pink, sky blue, lilac, cnady mist. S 34-42. $9.00. ooe Z.rLY vn,,rrr sroz " St. lohnsbu_ry, Vt. * Woodsvffie, N.H: - :;_ qll illnll i i ii FUTURIST--School student's poster peers into future. FRI. SAT. Bronco Billy Clint Eastw0od PG Fifth Grade: Debbie Cole, Bath Village School, first prize; Kristy C. Gilbert, Bath Village School, second prize; Michelle Farr, Monroe Consolidated School, honorable mention. Sixth Grade: Robert Edsall, Monroe Consolidated School, first prize; Patty Kelso, Monroe Consolidated School, econd prize; Brenda Natola, Monroe Consolidated School, honorable mention. Seventh Grade: Rochelle Farr, Monroe Consolidated POSTER SURVEY--RN Margie Wilson of Woodsville and LPN Alma Gilson of S. Newbury admire posters submitted by area school children in Cottage Hospital contest. School, first prize; Dawn Towle, Lisbon Regional School, second prize; Douglas Blay, Lisbon Regional School, honorable mention. Eighth Grade: Tina Fearon, Monroe Consolidated School, first prize; Kelley St. Ger- main, Monroe Consolidated School, second prize. POSTER PALS--Tammy Fortier (left) won fourth grade second prize and sister Wendy Fortier won second grade first prize in Cottage Hospital Poster contest. They attend Woodsville Elementary School. WARNINCr--SchooI poster dangerous drugs. warns against HOSPITAL--Poster for Cottage Hospital contest. FUTURE SHOCK?--Newbury Cottage Hospital poster contest. taking NEW ARRIVAl, Mr. and Mrs. Mark BITSOF Edwards of Groton are the INFORMATION parents of a baby girl, born The revolving door made its May 1 at Cottage lqospital and debut in 1888as a "storm door weighing s pounds, 3:, ounces. structure". i j IHIm II I I IIII I CLEANERS Your complete clothing ore center For pick-up and delivery service illlll u i student's poster for DIAMONDS , WATCHES We Repair ACCUTRON. TIMEX. and All Makes. HASKELL JEWELERS Littloton, NH 03561 toO) 444-3:.1 Phone 444-2742 Call collect. SEARS ROEBUCK, Woodsville, N.H. WELLS RIVER LANDROMAT, Wells River, Vt. PiKE STORE, Pike, N.H McLAM's STORE, E. Corinth, Vt FAIRLEE GENERAL, Eoirlee, Vt ORFOROVILtE STORE, Orfordville, N H Helen praised BRAE mann was the Internal for her work Senior Center. Praise was many of the the I.R.S. The letter District Delegianis in "The Ins District would opportunity to your Tax Elderly generous time, many received tax otherwise would access to such sincerely and effort you the program. "We look working with year." SON Mr. and Mrs. Vershire are son, born May Thanksgiving to St. WINNING TEAMiCarrie Beth Steenburgh won first prize for first graders and brother Joshua Steenburgh received honorable mention for third grade in Cottage Hospital poster contest. Both attended James E. Morrill Elementary School in N. Haverhill. Rotary meets at Fairlee FAIRLEE--Some 400 Rotarians attended the spring conference of Rotary District 785 at the Lake Morey Inn May 8-10. The district embraces 21 Rotary Clubs in northern Vermont, 12 in northern New Hampshire plus drum- mondville and Sherbrook in Quebec. Maj. Gen. Reginald T. Cram. of Burlington was named : district governor-elect for 1981-82. The program included a number of special events for the Rotarians and their wives. fail. I hove hod my Publication promised. PHOTOGRAPHY ASSOCIATES BRADFORD, V'T. (802) 222-5738 TALENT SHOW W. TOPSHAM--A talent show followed by round and square dancing will be sponsored on May 23 by the women's auxiliary of the Tri Village Fire Department at the W. Topsham Community Hall from 7-9 p.m. After spring comes the summer; Don't let it be a bummer. Let us serve as your home base For planning a trip to some other / TASKER'S WELL We Need Your Business! Our Business Is Going In The Hole. 942-5581 Northwood, N.H. on, k=m00 n,w and and in upper , aulomollvo Erwln Cliftol West Harlford, Vt 21-3014 E. Peanut P/rke Wilde Vt 25.3724 "Hal -0-t the Good Gu' CASH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS AND Over 36 years of dependable service, CLIFFORD'S GARAGE, DODGI (ITY Route 1.4, W. Hartford, Vt.