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Page 8-The Journal Opinion-June 9, 1982 Sports BATTER UP-- Karen Flanigan eyeing pitch during paydown game against Woodstock. Oxbow won 114)on Janine Teeter&apos;s one hitter. Oxbow is now pitted against Vergeunes in Division II semifinal game. 1DGE "00sm d k C0UP00" BradfOrd, Vermont lUlllll,ii i ' ijl Coupe & Street Stock Divisions FF//riday, June 11th Card Of Race Event:r Plus: Go.cart I,li00 I Races & Street Mechanics Race POST TIME 8:00 P.M. Adults $3.50 Children $1.00 $4.00 Pit Fee Friday; June 4 Feature Winners Coupe Division - C.V. Elms, HI (6) Street Division - Tim Claflin (18) III IIII I .... I I I Blue Mountain iumps up class; lumps on Leland and Gray, 5-4 WELLS RIVER-- Blue having to play the number two wereout. Ashfordsingled, this time with a walk, ad- Mark Grimes. Larry Hart Mountain got a surprise even before the tournament began Expecting to play in Division IV, Bruce Beauvais's nine found themselves seeded sixth m Division III, but for the first game anyway, it didn't much matter. BMU down Leland and Gray 5-4 with a four run, sixth inning rally that left smiles on the Buck faces. Faced with the reality of seed if they defeated L&G, Beauvais gambled and started his number two pitcher Randy Ashford. A steady pitcher down the stretch, Ashford kept the Bucks close until the decisive rally. Fireballer Andy Taylor came in in the sixth inning, striking out four of the seven batters he faced. Trailing 240 in the fourth, the first BMU score came after only the second hit of the day, went to second on a fielder's choice and scooted home on a L&G error. Leland and Gray, however, answered with two runs of their own in the top of the next inning, making the score 4-1. The winning runs came in the sixth inning, with the benefit of only two hits. Ash- ford again started things off, Thetford Panthers run into Willaimstown; drops tourney game WILLIAMSTOWN The Thetford Panthers ran into the depth of Williamstown pit- ching in their first playdown game, dropping a 13-1 decision at the winners field. Mter scoring their only run in the first and holding on to a 1-0 for a couple of innings, the roof fell in. Williamstown racked the Panthers for four runs m the fourth inning and six more in the sixth to make the game a run-away, Panther coach, John Bourgeouis pointed out, "The buys never quit, they thought they could come back and win it. When we hit the ball, it was always at someone." A nearly 14 day layoff before the tourney started for the Thetford nine didn't help either. Clutch tting was the key to the win for Williamstown. Collecting ten hits off two Panther pitchers, four came with at least two on base, scoring both runners each time. Getting the Thetford hits were Stuart Osgood with a single and Mark Godfrey and Doug Mousley lashed out doubles. Bucks and Oxbow in rematch; Olympians come away with win BRADFORD-- In the final game of the regular season Blue Mountain and Oxbow tangled in a rematch of pit- chers Andy Taylor vs. Ron Huntington. Both teams wanted to win the game badly, to mprove their tournament seedings. Played in a wet drizzle, it went down to the wire, catcher Gary Curley's single up the middle in the bottom of the seventh scoring Jac Larabee making the difference. In the earlier game of the season, the Bucks Andy Taylor spun a nifty no-hitter against the usually power- hitting Oxbow squad Although not being able to accomplish the feath again, striking out II hatters and allowing seven hits. Hun- tington, a hard luck loser, in the first game, put everything together, allowing four singles and striking out seven. The winning run in the seventh came after Larabee walked and stole second. A fielder's choice put runners at the corners with one out. After the runner advanced to second, Curley's clutch hit, just eluding the outstretched glove of the shortstop, Larabee crossed the plate with the winning run. Huntington helped his own cause, pounding out a home run over everyone's head in left center. Gary Hayward collected two hits including a left field triple and Charlie Grant chipped in with a couple of singles. Oxbow ended the season at 12-4, Blue Mountain 8-6. Oxbow ar, tps Spaulding, ties .ibJ' fir in the league BRADFORD-- Two big in- The Olympians jumped on game. Her game ending stats nings, the first and fifth, Spaulding early, scoring three showed six strikeouts, nine powered Division II Oxbow to a 9-5 win over highly rated Spaulding, and a share in the Northern Vermont Athletic Conference Division V title last Friday. With the win, Oxbow, Harwood and Spaulding can claim title to the top spot. READY AT THIRD-- Marsha Carbee, senior third baseman for Oxbow ready for ball to be hit down the line during quarterfinal game against Lake Region. Oxbow won, 15-9. YOUR CLOSE-UP TO SUNIMER FUN Special close-up setting catches summer fun from just 18 tncles away,* Advancea technology Drtrls you automatic flash wrnever you need more ligllt, ancj wittl flash recharge and automatic film advance in just 11/3 seconds. Ultra-compact design fits in your hancl. Full Five-Year Warranty on camera and Ultrallfe energy source.' Includes 2 discs of KODACOLOR HR Disc Film runs in the first inning on an error and three singles by the middle of the lineup, Angie Dobbins, Janine Teeter and catcher Tena Davidson. Not being able to stand prosperity, Oxbow turned right around in the second, allowing the visiting team to score four runs on one hit and six walks. walks and just three hits. The winning rally for Oxbow came in the fifth inning. With the bottom of the order up, Karen Flanigan walked to start the inning. Four more walks later, along with singles by the Cook twins, Penny and Wendy, and Marsha Carbee, Oxbow was ahead to stay, 9-4. vancing to third on a single by Dave Slayton. Then, on a play the Bucks have worked on all season, they executed a double steal, Ashford scoring, Slayton moving to second. Slaytou then scored on an RBI single by Mike Marquise, who was replaced by pinch runner walked, putting runners on first and second. Leland and Gray then made their fourth, and most costly error Keith McRae grounded sharply to short, but the ball was thrown away, with Hart and Grimes scoring the tying and winning runs. BMU softballers lose tournament 00ame, 12.3 CHELSEA-- The story could reach. have had "Cinderella" en- ding, but it didn't. After winning two of their final three games of the year just to qualify for tournament play, the Blue Mountain Bucks had a short stay in playdown action, losing 12-3 to Chelsea. BMU entered the game with a 5-7 record and met 8th seed Chelsea, a team that has had considerable tournament experience. Three runs in the first and third inning for the Red Devils put BMU at an early 6-1 deficit and the Bucks couldn't recover. A six run, sixth in- ning put the game out of Coach Carla Lemnah said after the game, "it was our first time in tournament play and we just had a case of the jitters. We made some errors, both mental and handling the ball." The other obstacle was pitcher of the Chelsea squad, Karen Fitzgerald. She struck out 14, as the Bucks went down swinging. The only BMU plays able to solve the hard throwing of Fitzgerald were Donna Fifield and Nok Welles, each with two hits. BMU ended the season with a 5-8 record. Robin Stocker, pitching the distance, took the loss for the Bucks J 6000 Camera Warrlnty. If your camera doesn't work with normal care, return It to us, and Kndak will repair !t withOut charge MERA 5HOP of Hanover Nugget BiOg. Main Street Harover, N.H. YOU'RE OUT-- Sam Magoon about to put Butch Spencer of Good Neighbor B Wells River Softball League action last week. on is pitcher for Carrier Hammer, Dean ChaSe. WELLS B] | SOFTBALL ........ ................. Top 10 Batters :.  ...... _:. 1 B. Nelson, HobOS 2. Davidson, St. IrapL 2. L. Lavoie, 4. C. Hackett 4. J. Holden, Pc 6. P. Cowens, 2+Q R.B.I's 1. R. Tullar, GNB 1. C Hackett, B.F. 3. B. Miller, HobOs Standings PL.--Team 1. Ben Franklin 1. Country Gas . 1. Good Neigh. Ba 1 2+Q Lounge 5. Colatina Exit 5 H.O. Taylor HobOS 5. Peoples Mkt. 5. Rapid Rub Rero. 5. Stoddard Imp. 10. Carrier Hammer 10. Tuck Press I 12. Miller H.L. GO AHEAD SINGLE,-- Cricket Doyle singles in the go ahead run in quarterfinal Teeter, however, found the Janine Teeter had two hits for action, Thetford vs. Peoples Academy. The RBI came in the fifth inning during strike zone, and allowed only the Olympians who ended three run rally. Thetford defeated Peoples 7-4. one more run during the their seasonat12-4 Crossroads youth i 00Tournament Roundup seeks fundin00 Oxbow Batters OxbowDowns results will be in the Journal GoedNeigh. program Woodstock 16-0 Lake Region 15-9 Opinion next week. E x i t 4 BRADFORD-- The will hopefully include games BRADFORD-- Dave Stever, BRADFORD--A 12 run sixth Crossroads youth recreation of various kinds, nature stalwart on the mound for inning propelled Oxbow's program, which has been in studies and a swimming Oxbow all year long, pitched softball team into the semi- operation for the last several program but there will be five innings of no hit ball in final this Wednesday in a 15-9 weeks'and is open to children some expense involved for leading the Olympians to a triumph over underdog Lake from the third through the equipment and instructional quarterfinal victory over Region. eighth grades, is planning a summer recreation program and is seeking limited funding to support this fulltime summer program. The program, to date, has been held at the Academy gym and at the ballfield has been open from 3:00 to 6:00 pm. on school days and staffed entirely by adult volunteers. Present plants are for a summer program which supplies. Woodstock 16-0. Bruce Jacobs Trailing 9-3 with only six The Crossroads program came in to relieve Stever in outs to go, Oxbow set 16 has been quite successful both the sixth and completed the batters to the plate in scoring in the number of children who no-hitter. It was Oxbow's first the victory. Oxbow will meet attend and in the number of in over two years. Vergennes, at Vergennes at adults who supervise the Oxbow's bats were 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday. activities but there will he a steaming, Gary Hayward with Oxbow is seeded third, need for financial assistance a three run homer and four Vergennes second. in order to extend the program hits leading the parade. Run Blue Mtn. Surprises to more hours for the school Huntington chipped in with Northfield 9-5 vacation months, four hits also, including a' NORTHFIEIA)-- The Blue Anyone wishing to aid in this double. Oxbow will play this Mountain Bucks rode the program may send their Wednesday, the winner of Mill pitching and hitting of Andy contributions to Crossroads in River-Fair Havefi game. It Taylor into the semifinals with care of Connie Dunlap, will be at Oxbow if Mill River a 9-5 win over Northfield. Bradford, Vt. or contact her at wins. The Journal Opinion will Northfield had beaten the 222-4689. carry complete results next Bucks twice during the week. regular season. Oxbow Jfl ThetfordRallies Blue Mountain led all the Past Peoples 7-4 way, striking for four quick track team wins BRADFORD-- The Thefford runs in the first, icing the way state championship Panthers raised their record with three more in the top of to 14-1 with a come from the seventh. Blue Mountain ST, JOHNSBURY-- The behind win over lightly will play Wednesday at 4:00 Oxbow Girl's track team regarded People Academy 7-4. p.m., the winner of Hazen- couldn't have done better if Winning pitcher Sheila Fifield Poultney game. The site will they had been dealing the spun her llth win without a be announced Tuesday. All cards off the bottom of the loss for the Panthers. deck. The Thetford squad moves With only seven girls into the semi-final berth Street qualifying for state corn-against tbewinner of Nor-Laundromat petition, Dave Imhoff's thfield against W. Rutland. thinclads went out and did the The site will be determined near impossible, garnering 66 Monday afternoon. Complete points to runner-up Mt. details will be in next week's Abraham's 55. Journal Opinion For the past two years, the Olympians have been able to place third in the I-M NOTES&COMMENTS Championships. The first It's surprising what a public place victory was the first in speaker will say to gain Oxbow's history. Complete publicity. details will be in next week's Journal Opinion. WELL DRILLING Mr. Maytag Says, ,. Keep Amenca Strong, .";, The "Bond A Month plan Come In & Sign Up "'" We Will Give Away A $50.00 Savings Drawing To Be Held The 2nd TueSdll Of Each Month A 5:00 P.M. . . WI II YOU Do Dot Have To Be presen To Soft pads protect from pain, while L medicated disks work to remove corns. LAUHDRoMAT WARM- A FUN NEW KOOL-AID" KEcIPE 2 fospoon KooI.AO" Brond 2 UnsweeCercl SOft Onk Vs Cup wafe Mix. Ony flovot 3/ cup milk [rdKflve  drink mm anti rr mn wotot in Serve el once or chill end stir betor ,   r, erv. 5B2 Geoero FooOs CorPoohon WoOem<t el Geneol FooOr, COPOOhO SUl:ll::l CONCENTRATED DEORIZER is so effective that i2 DROPS DEODORIZE A SKUNK! on.,,,o, bottle equal Just think of the odor to sixto problems it could solve 16 oz for you.., tzthroom; pets, cooking, mildew, aerosol ONE SHAKER POSTPAID BOTTLE To order eend Check or money order to SCHMID PRODUCTS SGHMIO LABORATORIES, INC., Box A, Route 46 West, Artesian Well Co. R b Bclcter V! 476 4832 30 YEARS EXPERIEN{! The E. BENEDINI ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLIN6 EXPERIENCE ( (hMPLETF W/XTER SYST[MS IINSTALL[D FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE Peoples Mkt. 4 Country Gas 2 Country Gas 9 Ben Franklin 4 Ben Frank 0 Stoddard Good Ni'gh. Ham. ;: 10 30 Washers 24 Dryers o^ Page 8-The Journal Opinion-June 9, 1982 Sports BATTER UP-- Karen Flanigan eyeing pitch during paydown game against Woodstock. Oxbow won 114)on Janine Teeter's one hitter. Oxbow is now pitted against Vergeunes in Division II semifinal game. 1DGE "00sm d k C0UP00" BradfOrd, Vermont lUlllll,ii i ' ijl Coupe & Street Stock Divisions FF//riday, June 11th Card Of Race Event:r Plus: Go.cart I,li00 I Races & Street Mechanics Race POST TIME 8:00 P.M. Adults $3.50 Children $1.00 $4.00 Pit Fee Friday; June 4 Feature Winners Coupe Division - C.V. Elms, HI (6) Street Division - Tim Claflin (18) III IIII I .... I I I Blue Mountain iumps up class; lumps on Leland and Gray, 5-4 WELLS RIVER-- Blue having to play the number two wereout. Ashfordsingled, this time with a walk, ad- Mark Grimes. Larry Hart Mountain got a surprise even before the tournament began Expecting to play in Division IV, Bruce Beauvais's nine found themselves seeded sixth m Division III, but for the first game anyway, it didn't much matter. BMU down Leland and Gray 5-4 with a four run, sixth inning rally that left smiles on the Buck faces. Faced with the reality of seed if they defeated L&G, Beauvais gambled and started his number two pitcher Randy Ashford. A steady pitcher down the stretch, Ashford kept the Bucks close until the decisive rally. Fireballer Andy Taylor came in in the sixth inning, striking out four of the seven batters he faced. Trailing 240 in the fourth, the first BMU score came after only the second hit of the day, went to second on a fielder's choice and scooted home on a L&G error. Leland and Gray, however, answered with two runs of their own in the top of the next inning, making the score 4-1. The winning runs came in the sixth inning, with the benefit of only two hits. Ash- ford again started things off, Thetford Panthers run into Willaimstown; drops tourney game WILLIAMSTOWN The Thetford Panthers ran into the depth of Williamstown pit- ching in their first playdown game, dropping a 13-1 decision at the winners field. Mter scoring their only run in the first and holding on to a 1-0 for a couple of innings, the roof fell in. Williamstown racked the Panthers for four runs m the fourth inning and six more in the sixth to make the game a run-away, Panther coach, John Bourgeouis pointed out, "The buys never quit, they thought they could come back and win it. When we hit the ball, it was always at someone." A nearly 14 day layoff before the tourney started for the Thetford nine didn't help either. Clutch tting was the key to the win for Williamstown. Collecting ten hits off two Panther pitchers, four came with at least two on base, scoring both runners each time. Getting the Thetford hits were Stuart Osgood with a single and Mark Godfrey and Doug Mousley lashed out doubles. Bucks and Oxbow in rematch; Olympians come away with win BRADFORD-- In the final game of the regular season Blue Mountain and Oxbow tangled in a rematch of pit- chers Andy Taylor vs. Ron Huntington. Both teams wanted to win the game badly, to mprove their tournament seedings. Played in a wet drizzle, it went down to the wire, catcher Gary Curley's single up the middle in the bottom of the seventh scoring Jac Larabee making the difference. In the earlier game of the season, the Bucks Andy Taylor spun a nifty no-hitter against the usually power- hitting Oxbow squad Although not being able to accomplish the feath again, striking out II hatters and allowing seven hits. Hun- tington, a hard luck loser, in the first game, put everything together, allowing four singles and striking out seven. The winning run in the seventh came after Larabee walked and stole second. A fielder's choice put runners at the corners with one out. After the runner advanced to second, Curley's clutch hit, just eluding the outstretched glove of the shortstop, Larabee crossed the plate with the winning run. Huntington helped his own cause, pounding out a home run over everyone's head in left center. Gary Hayward collected two hits including a left field triple and Charlie Grant chipped in with a couple of singles. Oxbow ended the season at 12-4, Blue Mountain 8-6. Oxbow ar, tps Spaulding, ties .ibJ' fir in the league BRADFORD-- Two big in- The Olympians jumped on game. Her game ending stats nings, the first and fifth, Spaulding early, scoring three showed six strikeouts, nine powered Division II Oxbow to a 9-5 win over highly rated Spaulding, and a share in the Northern Vermont Athletic Conference Division V title last Friday. With the win, Oxbow, Harwood and Spaulding can claim title to the top spot. READY AT THIRD-- Marsha Carbee, senior third baseman for Oxbow ready for ball to be hit down the line during quarterfinal game against Lake Region. Oxbow won, 15-9. YOUR CLOSE-UP TO SUNIMER FUN Special close-up setting catches summer fun from just 18 tncles away,* Advancea technology Drtrls you automatic flash wrnever you need more ligllt, ancj wittl flash recharge and automatic film advance in just 11/3 seconds. Ultra-compact design fits in your hancl. Full Five-Year Warranty on camera and Ultrallfe energy source.' Includes 2 discs of KODACOLOR HR Disc Film runs in the first inning on an error and three singles by the middle of the lineup, Angie Dobbins, Janine Teeter and catcher Tena Davidson. Not being able to stand prosperity, Oxbow turned right around in the second, allowing the visiting team to score four runs on one hit and six walks. walks and just three hits. The winning rally for Oxbow came in the fifth inning. With the bottom of the order up, Karen Flanigan walked to start the inning. Four more walks later, along with singles by the Cook twins, Penny and Wendy, and Marsha Carbee, Oxbow was ahead to stay, 9-4. vancing to third on a single by Dave Slayton. Then, on a play the Bucks have worked on all season, they executed a double steal, Ashford scoring, Slayton moving to second. Slaytou then scored on an RBI single by Mike Marquise, who was replaced by pinch runner walked, putting runners on first and second. Leland and Gray then made their fourth, and most costly error Keith McRae grounded sharply to short, but the ball was thrown away, with Hart and Grimes scoring the tying and winning runs. BMU softballers lose tournament 00ame, 12.3 CHELSEA-- The story could reach. have had "Cinderella" en- ding, but it didn't. After winning two of their final three games of the year just to qualify for tournament play, the Blue Mountain Bucks had a short stay in playdown action, losing 12-3 to Chelsea. BMU entered the game with a 5-7 record and met 8th seed Chelsea, a team that has had considerable tournament experience. Three runs in the first and third inning for the Red Devils put BMU at an early 6-1 deficit and the Bucks couldn't recover. A six run, sixth in- ning put the game out of Coach Carla Lemnah said after the game, "it was our first time in tournament play and we just had a case of the jitters. We made some errors, both mental and handling the ball." The other obstacle was pitcher of the Chelsea squad, Karen Fitzgerald. She struck out 14, as the Bucks went down swinging. The only BMU plays able to solve the hard throwing of Fitzgerald were Donna Fifield and Nok Welles, each with two hits. BMU ended the season with a 5-8 record. Robin Stocker, pitching the distance, took the loss for the Bucks J 6000 Camera Warrlnty. If your camera doesn't work with normal care, return It to us, and Kndak will repair !t withOut charge MERA 5HOP of Hanover Nugget BiOg. Main Street Harover, N.H. YOU'RE OUT-- Sam Magoon about to put Butch Spencer of Good Neighbor B Wells River Softball League action last week. on is pitcher for Carrier Hammer, Dean ChaSe. WELLS B] | SOFTBALL ........ ................. Top 10 Batters :.  ...... _:. 1 B. Nelson, HobOS 2. Davidson, St. IrapL 2. L. Lavoie, 4. C. Hackett 4. J. Holden, Pc 6. P. Cowens, 2+Q R.B.I's 1. R. Tullar, GNB 1. C Hackett, B.F. 3. B. Miller, HobOs Standings PL.--Team 1. Ben Franklin 1. Country Gas . 1. Good Neigh. Ba 1 2+Q Lounge 5. Colatina Exit 5 H.O. Taylor HobOS 5. Peoples Mkt. 5. Rapid Rub Rero. 5. Stoddard Imp. 10. Carrier Hammer 10. Tuck Press I 12. Miller H.L. GO AHEAD SINGLE,-- Cricket Doyle singles in the go ahead run in quarterfinal Teeter, however, found the Janine Teeter had two hits for action, Thetford vs. Peoples Academy. The RBI came in the fifth inning during strike zone, and allowed only the Olympians who ended three run rally. Thetford defeated Peoples 7-4. one more run during the their seasonat12-4 Crossroads youth i 00Tournament Roundup seeks fundin00 Oxbow Batters OxbowDowns results will be in the Journal GoedNeigh. program Woodstock 16-0 Lake Region 15-9 Opinion next week. E x i t 4 BRADFORD-- The will hopefully include games BRADFORD-- Dave Stever, BRADFORD--A 12 run sixth Crossroads youth recreation of various kinds, nature stalwart on the mound for inning propelled Oxbow's program, which has been in studies and a swimming Oxbow all year long, pitched softball team into the semi- operation for the last several program but there will be five innings of no hit ball in final this Wednesday in a 15-9 weeks'and is open to children some expense involved for leading the Olympians to a triumph over underdog Lake from the third through the equipment and instructional quarterfinal victory over Region. eighth grades, is planning a summer recreation program and is seeking limited funding to support this fulltime summer program. The program, to date, has been held at the Academy gym and at the ballfield has been open from 3:00 to 6:00 pm. on school days and staffed entirely by adult volunteers. Present plants are for a summer program which supplies. Woodstock 16-0. Bruce Jacobs Trailing 9-3 with only six The Crossroads program came in to relieve Stever in outs to go, Oxbow set 16 has been quite successful both the sixth and completed the batters to the plate in scoring in the number of children who no-hitter. It was Oxbow's first the victory. Oxbow will meet attend and in the number of in over two years. Vergennes, at Vergennes at adults who supervise the Oxbow's bats were 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday. activities but there will he a steaming, Gary Hayward with Oxbow is seeded third, need for financial assistance a three run homer and four Vergennes second. in order to extend the program hits leading the parade. Run Blue Mtn. Surprises to more hours for the school Huntington chipped in with Northfield 9-5 vacation months, four hits also, including a' NORTHFIEIA)-- The Blue Anyone wishing to aid in this double. Oxbow will play this Mountain Bucks rode the program may send their Wednesday, the winner of Mill pitching and hitting of Andy contributions to Crossroads in River-Fair Havefi game. It Taylor into the semifinals with care of Connie Dunlap, will be at Oxbow if Mill River a 9-5 win over Northfield. Bradford, Vt. or contact her at wins. The Journal Opinion will Northfield had beaten the 222-4689. carry complete results next Bucks twice during the week. regular season. Oxbow Jfl ThetfordRallies Blue Mountain led all the Past Peoples 7-4 way, striking for four quick track team wins BRADFORD-- The Thefford runs in the first, icing the way state championship Panthers raised their record with three more in the top of to 14-1 with a come from the seventh. Blue Mountain ST, JOHNSBURY-- The behind win over lightly will play Wednesday at 4:00 Oxbow Girl's track team regarded People Academy 7-4. p.m., the winner of Hazen- couldn't have done better if Winning pitcher Sheila Fifield Poultney game. The site will they had been dealing the spun her llth win without a be announced Tuesday. All cards off the bottom of the loss for the Panthers. deck. The Thetford squad moves With only seven girls into the semi-final berth Street qualifying for state corn-against tbewinner of Nor-Laundromat petition, Dave Imhoff's thfield against W. Rutland. thinclads went out and did the The site will be determined near impossible, garnering 66 Monday afternoon. Complete points to runner-up Mt. details will be in next week's Abraham's 55. Journal Opinion For the past two years, the Olympians have been able to place third in the I-M NOTES&COMMENTS Championships. The first It's surprising what a public place victory was the first in speaker will say to gain Oxbow's history. Complete publicity. details will be in next week's Journal Opinion. WELL DRILLING Mr. Maytag Says, ,. Keep Amenca Strong, .";, The "Bond A Month plan Come In & Sign Up "'" We Will Give Away A $50.00 Savings Drawing To Be Held The 2nd TueSdll Of Each Month A 5:00 P.M. . . WI II YOU Do Dot Have To Be presen To Soft pads protect from pain, while L medicated disks work to remove corns. LAUHDRoMAT WARM- A FUN NEW KOOL-AID" KEcIPE 2 fospoon KooI.AO" Brond 2 UnsweeCercl SOft Onk Vs Cup wafe Mix. Ony flovot 3/ cup milk [rdKflve  drink mm anti rr mn wotot in Serve el once or chill end stir betor ,   r, erv. 5B2 Geoero FooOs CorPoohon WoOem<t el Geneol FooOr, COPOOhO SUl:ll::l CONCENTRATED DEORIZER is so effective that i2 DROPS DEODORIZE A SKUNK! on.,,,o, bottle equal Just think of the odor to sixto problems it could solve 16 oz for you.., tzthroom; pets, cooking, mildew, aerosol ONE SHAKER POSTPAID BOTTLE To order eend Check or money order to SCHMID PRODUCTS SGHMIO LABORATORIES, INC., Box A, Route 46 West, Artesian Well Co. R b Bclcter V! 476 4832 30 YEARS EXPERIEN{! The E. BENEDINI ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLIN6 EXPERIENCE ( (hMPLETF W/XTER SYST[MS IINSTALL[D FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE Peoples Mkt. 4 Country Gas 2 Country Gas 9 Ben Franklin 4 Ben Frank 0 Stoddard Good Ni'gh. Ham. ;: 10 30 Washers 24 Dryers o^