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'Page 2-The Journal Opinion-June 10, 1981 I "] S. Ryegate g00rl Memorial Dav marked = aJNId to be in pageant HAVERHILL The Ladies Patricia Davis and Mrs. :i! 'I l0000lnment s RYEGATE--Miss Karen  Auxiliary to Haverhill Shirley McKean. MemoriarVeterans of Foreign The Ladies Auxiliary to the Elizabeth Lamarre, 15, Wars put on a Memorial Day VFW Post No. 5245 met in the ' " daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Program for the Elementary Post Home May 28. There i!i!=: David Drown. of S Ryegate, Grades in the Woodsville and were 12 members present. has been selected to compete James Morrill Elementary President Bertha Aremburg Three Stoog00/n free mov/e ,n the 1981 Vermont Miss Schools. presided. Special Memorial T.EE.N Pageant to be held They explained to the Services were conducted. A WELLS RIVER--The Three Tbe film is black and white, at the Radisson Burlington children the origin and wh ite flower was placed on the Stooges starring in "Have 90 minutes long. Cartoons will floral. Burlington, Vermont, meaningof MemorialDay, the altar in honor of each of the 17 Rocket Will Travel" will be also be shown. June 19 and 20, 1981. This origin of the Buddy Poppy and departed sisters. The the feature of the free movm The free movies are Pageant is the Official State- what it stands for, Why the Auxiliary Flags were given showing at 7 p.m. June 14 in sponsored weekly by a grant wide Finals for the Miss American Legion and the out to be placed on each of the the building next door to the from the Wells River Savings TEE.N Pageant to be held in Veterans of Foreign Wars sell grave markers. Wells River Laundromat. Bank. Albuquerque. New Mexico. poppies at Memorial time and The Haverhill Memorial December all981, how the money received is VFW Post No. 5245 and ':=:: h L qtpt Contestants are between the used. Auxiliary joined the American ages of 14 and 18 and must ,, ! They spoke of the Memorial Legion in the Memorial Day I Children of maintain at least a "B" LOOKING FOR A BID-- Do you want one of our Day Parade, explaining why a Parade in Woodsville. average in school. They are bidding pills," jokes Auctioneer Dick Withington wreath is thrown into the Others in the parade were 1 fL u2eeler,,,,,,o, t requested to participate in the river, and stressed that to the Woodsville National IN HONORING THEIR PARENTS'  Volunteer Service Program of to a hesitant bidder at Newbury action Dry sink show respect for our country Guard, Boy Scouts and Cub the Miss TEE.N. finally brought a top bid of $310. and flag, everyone should give Scouts from Woodsville, 50THWEDDING ANNIVERSARY  Through this program many . the heart saluted when the Haverhill and Monroe, the involved in community ac- These participating in the from the Woodsville-Haverhill PEN tivities by contributing at program were area, and theWoodsvilleHigh least 12 hours of time to some Clough, Mrs. June Hill, Mrs. School band. worthwhile Charity or Civic by JOANNA GILBI  L__,, 1 THEiRin0ME I Work. Throughout the nation, Comeely workshop each state realizes over 5,000 -- _trouty hours volunteer service in the NEWBURY, VT--Dorothy in "The Grea(White Ho," - program. Ebeling and her late husband, starring James Earl Jones, by Parish Players t BOLTONVILLE, VT. t of the Vermont Miss T.E.E.N. to visit a new grandchild in with Helen Hayes andRichard THETFORD--Tryouts for a provisational techniques. Among the prizes the winner George Ebeling, were enroute and "Time Remembered" set I o:= I June 28, 198 m 1-4 p.m. " Pageant will receive is an all- northern Vermont when they Burton. summer-long cabaret-theatre For the summa," workshop first passed through Newbury Mr. Ebeling's "summer project combining im- here, Boardmansays, "I plan o nitro _ r_._._s_e _ ___ _-" and saw Valmont View, a stock" was auctioned off last provisational comedy to choose six to eight per- stately brick colonnaded yearbyArchieSteenburgh, workshops and an end of formers and spend the first manse that just happened to Last Saturday, Hillsboro, summer revue-style month or so developing im- be for sale. N.H.. auctioneer Richard production will take place at provisations with them. We'll "We just knew we had to Withington sold the contents of the Parish Players Theatre in continue to improvise as we own it." Mrs. Ebeling told the Valmont View -- the personal the Thetford Grange June 15- put the show together, but HELDOVER 7:00p.m.-9:lSp.m. Journal Opinion in an in-antiques collection of the 16. we'll also incorporate scripts NowthroughJtmel8 O June l2 through June l8 terview the other day. "We Ebelings. "Nothing was Tryoutsstartat6:30p.m. and songs into the show." bought it and enjoyed every brought in," Withington told Directing the project under The cabaret project is open The "" Raiders moment of our 14 years here." the Journal Opinion, "and the sponsorship of the Parish to all interested performers, The Ebelings were an- that's rarethesedays." Players will be Bill Board- regardless of experience. Four Seasons of the Lost Ark thusiastic collectors and There was a good mix of man. producer and performer There is no charge for the l0- PG tended shop during their country and formal furniture, for Vermont Public Radio's week workshop, which is N. HAVERHILL--Heather lVi. received a MATINEES SATURDAY Directed by Steven summer months at Valmont Victorian and custom fur- popular Panther Program. supported in part by a grant Bigelow, a fifth grade student outstanding AND SUNDAY AT 2 P,M, Speilberg of Jaws & Star View. niture, and accessories. There The Panther Program. heard from the Vermont Council on at James R. Morrill the U.S. Warsfame "George used to say that the were a number of paintings in all parts of the country on theArts. Elementary School in N Protection I ,, , " antiques business was his and all drew strong final bids. more than 40 public radio For more information, or to Haverhill was one of 200 Elementary show and he directed it," Mrs. Key pieces in the sale in- stations, is an hour of comedy sign up for an audition time, finalists from the six New Ecology ' hb._ MATINEES SAT. & SUN. AT 2:00 PM J .... U,,,hAth n o,,o,-,-= Ebeling said. "He said during cluded a cherry slant top desk, and comment in songs and call (802) 785-4344, or call En land tat " th Pro ram " ......................... the winter months he had to $2,200; a mahogany Chip-sketches, much of which is Boardmanat (802)457-1782. Angal E[emnSt:r Eolg Hgather (_0 ' _} expense paid trip to compete listen to the directors when he pendale grandfather clock developed through im- Poem and Poster Contest. awards c in the National Finals at the was on stage but during the with case inlay, $1,850; oil-on- Winners are named for soil D()iters posters were entered, 200were chester wit Afler spring comes the summer ; Convention Center, summer he was the director, canvas marine painting with A total of 8,000 poems and Hampshire and a $500. cash scholarship to George Ebeling toured the American oriental style rug WOODSVILLE The rafmn Piermont; Micneile rarr, innt,rQ May 7 IT , Don t let it be a hummer. 0,,) Albuquerque, New Mexico, It was his 'summer stock, clipper ships in port, $925; .  . , ,r[v"  finalists and 100 were top and Mrs. . Let us serve as your home base O' the schoot of her choice. Over country with several $972; ladies custom writing County Conservation. District. Monroe; Eric Christian, ""':_r,A a ,,,,,,,,, w,,,':" ',,, ..... m,,=,,, R"u-d'man-w-a $15,000 in cash scholarships theatrical groups, played the desk in the French style, $190; Board of Superwsors nas Monroe' Todd Gray, Warren; ,._., .,_:_ _,_:__ t,^.,,. ...... v, . . ztk3UU[l* LII lllllllll hlLq;Cgl, llll O./W.a.t:I * 0 For plannlng a trip to some other place. ' will be awarded at the Arena Stage in Washington, bracket base blanket box, announced the wmners of the Brenda Gmsmg, Orford; _ (,}v National Pageant in D.C., and the Alley Theatre in $300; mahogany grandfather 1981 "Soil Stewardship Week' Kathy McDonald, Littleton; _ December. Contestants will be Hooston. He was on Broadway clock with brass dial, $900. Poster Contest. Gregg Barber, Littleton; tnl (qla |[,[,ll4,I,| judged on civic involvement, The contest was sponsored Donna Citeroni, N. I'('a-f..--a ll t't"Trr||[ " rdy school activities, poise, I,-,.IK,-,,, Ilk .... -r, k,-.ll by the Dartmouth National Haverhill; Susanne Smith, No. li I I  I II I Ig personality and a choice ofa la:lIlIIl l.allJ[)l-I.][-)" ILtlP IIUPltl Bank in Hanover. Haverhill; Julia Langley, i 1 t'?_hll00'n00 (') $'drd  patriotic speech or talent. 'on toys Miss T E E N being a The following winners Enfield; Ken Stone, Enfield; .._.....- It--'IIIII'I I IIIa scholarsli: 'pageant no second exhibit received one Susan B. Chris Wyle, Lyme; Seen- '( HOUSE MAtN ST. 07.) ' . v .. . . .......  ,, Anthony Dollar each: Travis, Lyme; Cathy Car- Wednesday, Junel0 swmsmt compehtmn ns THETFORD--Latham , in theevenir.program. He Christy Downing, Went penter, Lebanon; Dandelion NEWBURY: Newbury Historical Society, . } ,.. j, reqmre9. . MemorialLibrary in Trd. will Comnent kthe' fantasy xth; ,hmny Keefe, Went Gardner, Lebanon; Candance ChurehHall, 8p.m. . - , s.    .  public program held in con- are on exhllJi{'tl'ira'ry. Woodsville; Bobbi-Jo Boutin Cartoon booklets entitled,, of Christ vestry, serving at noon. Reserv I '(  '5 ( N|CJ't vT,J 1fig. w/ooMltu/fe gaKe$ junction with the'Toys as a : " Woodsviile: Kathy King, "Water: The Basis of Life -BRADFORD: Bingo, American Legion l blood $cre/ltilt$ Cultural Resource" Woodsville: Kate Biele. were sent to each 5th graae - Thursda',Junell  O] exhibition. Topsham . , Woodsville; David Reinltard, student in the County. From WOODSVILLE: Cottage Hos)ital AuxiliarY WENTWORTH--Blood On June 11, A. B. Paulson, re$][e/Bethlehem: Steve Conolly, the booklets the students were room of hospital, 7:30p.m. pressure screenings at no assistant professor of Bethlehem. Christopher to draw a poster with this- charge are held at Mount American literature and wins craft award Whiten, Bethlehem: Dianne theme in mind. Twelve Friday, Junel2 Tromblay, Bethlehem:. schools in Grafton County BRADFORD: Senior citizens' luncheon, Mooselauke Health Center creative writing at Dartmouth TOPSHAM Basketmaker Kirsten Lyn Svenson. participated in this year's Center, servingatll:45a.m. every first and third Thursday College, will explore some Jackie Specter Abrams of Bethlehem: Tanya Stygles, Poster Contest. 222-4782. CRAFTS from 6:30aThe thirdm" to 3:30p.m.Thursday variedideas aboutfantasytheplayriChwhichand ArtTpsham has won the top FOlkAward in the Annual Piermont: Elizabeth Veghte, BRADFORD: Bingo, American Le screening replaces the one occurs when children, and Juried Exhibit of the League Registration set for Summer Academy BRADFORD:Cardparty, formerly given in Gleneliff. adults play with toys. of New Hampshire Craftsmen. HANOVER The registration people to spend the month of -Sunday, June 14 FAIR There is also a screening on His talk, entitled "Toys, Ms. Abrams wiil receive the deadline for the Connecticut July invoived in stimulating WELLS RIVER: Free next door the first Friday from 6 - 7 p.m. Play and Fantasy; Old and award at a special openingof Valley Summer Academy is activities of all kinds. Pro- Laundromat, Three Steoges in Immunizations are gwen on New"willbeginat7:30p.m. the preview of the exhibit. June 12. The Academy is a registration is required, p.m. the fourth Thursday at 1:30 . Basil Milovsroff, world June 14 from 2-5 p.m. at the learning experience open to Registration may be done Monday, Junel5 3:30p.m renowned puppeteer and League's Concord Gallery, 205 all high school students and by telephone or by mail. To THETFORD: Tryouts for Parish Players AT Miss Gage will be on retired professor of Russian N. Main St., Concord. adults and will include high register or for more in- project, 6:30 p.m. at the Thefford Grange. vj,,ummertes* vacation from June 29 - July 7 language and literature at The selected pieces in the school level and college level formation, call (603) 643-5666 Tuesday, Junel6 and the Center will be closed Dartmouth, a resident of Preview will be on exhibit courses as well as other indoor or write Connecticut Valley BRADFORD: Senior citizens' luncheon, during that time. Norwich. will also participate weekdays from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and outdoor activities. Summer Academy, 45 Lyme Center, serving at 11:45 a.m. Reservations through July 17. Later they It is aL opportunity for Rd..Hanover. NH03755. 222-4782. If you have any questions or know of any other craft- will join the full Ill-piece THETFORD: Parish Players speople who may be interested In selling at Sum. Bradford plans exhibit on display at the r/oodill girl to attend Hesser p.m. merfest '81 please eantact either Louise Allen at 222. League's 48th Annual Craf- FAIRLEE: Community Health Services, ra 'Jt JaWL'- tsmen's Fair, August 4-9, at WOODSVILLE--Rhonda and as a class officer. 4009daysor Bruee Stevens at 222-53 evenings. FRI.- SAT. :b"TIN.- a c Mt. Sunapee State  Park in Chase, daughter of Mr. and Rhondais planning to major willTownCheCkHall, hypertension and weight from  I JOHN BELUSHI  Newbury, N.H. Mrs. Tom Chase of Wood- in the two year executive W. FAIRLEE: A Town Nurse will check $10.00 IllS.00 'S simce (table if requlred) ENAYKROYD BRADFORD The sville, has been accepted for secretarial administrative weight from noon - 4 p.m. at Bean Hall. I0.N , I=a 16" snace (tables if reuired) Association of Business fall enrollment at Hesser assistant program when she I'll[ BLUES BROTit give Wednesday, June 17 People of Bradford is ac- BAnk to College in Manchester. enters Hesser in September. WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens' luncheon cep, ting registrations from Rhonda is a senior at Upon successful completion of Christ vestry, serving at noon. Forlnformatinncall n)'t _ craftspeeple to participate in away auto Woodsville High School, hercourse, she will receive an where she has participated in associate degree in business Saturday, June 20 Days Evenings ,,,:,2,,of, nextitsSummerfeStmonth. '81Crafts Fair HANOVER--Hanover Bank's cheerleading, chorus drama _ ,f Eighth Anniversary science. LYME:TaflgateCraft&FleaMarkets, oa Louise M. Allen Bruce Stevens Approximately 80 booths celebration plans have been a.m.-4 p.m. 802-222-4009 802-222-5583 will line main street m announced.  BRADFORD: Club level square dance Bradford for craftspeople to To say "Happy Birthday," necticut Valley Swingers, Oxbow High exhibit, demonstrate and sell the Bank will give away a 5- p.m.,callerAIMonty. their wares during the fair speed 1981 Honda Accord. The July 10-11. Booth rentals are $10 for one drawing will take place on the ................................. . ..... Bank's birthday, October 23, Wednesday, June l0 STOP! n l day and $15 for both days for a and anybody who is a resident BRADFORD: Village trustees, 7:30 p.m. single eight-foot booth, and $20 of New Hampshire or Ver- for one day and $30 for both (3ALAXY TRAVEL, INC. 103 S. Main St. W. Lebanon, NH 603-298-8782 BRADFORD: Bradford Academy Graded School District, You 1  mont is eligible to enter. 7:30p.m. inso 111 CLUI days for a double 16-foot Registratio n slips are HAVERHILL:CooperativeSchoolBoard,7:30p.m. booth. Tables will be provided available at Hanover Bank's FAIRLEE: PlanningBoard,7:30p.m. for craftspeople if desired, offices at 80 South Main WOODSVILLE:ImprovementCorp.,7:30p.m. ! 1 ! Central St. Registration may be mailed Street. Hanover; Hanover ORFORD: SchoolBoard,7:30p.m. t4k Woodsville, N.H. to Louise M. Allen. P.O. BOx Street. Lebanon; LeBank Thursday, June 11 II.  388, Bradford, VT 05033 with and OrfordStreet, Orford. BRADFORD: Planning Commission, Bradford Academy - checks for booth rental made The ca r is metallic red and Conference room, 7:30 p.m. payable to Bryce Morrill. , % .' " 4 - Treasurer. Lebanon. It will be rotated LYME:SchoolBoard,7p.m. .  can be seen at Hanover Street. BRADFORD: Selectmen, 4 p.m. Iamong Hanover Bank's of-TOPSHAM: Union 36 School Board, 7:30 p.m. at the DANCING STARTS AT 8:30 P. M, flees so that people may see it. Elementary School. COME EARLY-STAY LATE- II 24 HOUR EMERGENCYI VERSHIRE: Town School District, 7:30 p.m. at the Elementary School. !1 M l Wo00.vae have a fine entertaining evening! S WOODSVILLE: Haverhill District Court, 2 p.m. - Coun Mental Heeith ! receives degree Manday. June,5 II Or..o t, WOODSVILLE--GIoria M. PIERMONT:PlanningBoard, Sp .m ! Lackie' daughter f Mr' eRdA. THETFORD:HAVERHILL: Selectmen, 7 p.m.selectmen, 7p.m. Mrs Harry Lackie, Jr. of FAIRLEE: Selectmen, 8 p.m. Woodsville. received the ORFORD: Planning Board, 7:30p.m. lr t[ Thund0 r Ig--II--.. valley Associate in Science Degree in Legal Secretarial during the BATH: selectmen, 7 p.m. ,, 1MI lrAVt0I#ALMII ACd[l00t  )J49thExercisesAnnuai heldCmmencementat New Tuesday, June t6 Express FAIRLEE: Town Nurse will check hypertension and weight,  INSURANCE )]Hampshire College in Man-9-11a.m,attheTownHall. chester May 16th. GROTON: Selectmen, 7 p.m. 7-==  SERVICE sinell I She has participated.'as a HAVERHILL: Planning Board, 7 p.m. =- m._mm , :: member of the Future LYME:PlanningBoard,7:30p.m ==:==: i  | Secretaries Association. at- W. FAIRLEE: Town Nurse will check hypertension and L  29 Main ree t rained the President's List for weight from 12-4 p.m., at Bean Hall. - the Fall 1979 semester and Wednesday, Junel7 WHEN OVER 25000 For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P. M ...... . Bradfol, Vt. 'i| attained the Dean's List for WELLS RIVER: Blue Mountain Union School Board, 7:30 .- (603) 747- 2505 Or 747- 2840 IIOelll= tthe Spring 1980 and Fall 1980 p.m IN THE ,i I , ,, , , semesters while at NHC. FAIRLEE: Zoning Board of Adjustment, 7:30p.m. POSTER FINALIST--Heather Bigelow, at James T. Morrill Elementary in N. congratulations from New Hampshire Rudman. Heather was a finalist in England Elementary Ecology Poem Contest. N. Haverhill is contest finalist 'Page 2-The Journal Opinion-June 10, 1981 I "] S. Ryegate g00rl Memorial Dav marked = aJNId to be in pageant HAVERHILL The Ladies Patricia Davis and Mrs. :i! 'I l0000lnment s RYEGATE--Miss Karen  Auxiliary to Haverhill Shirley McKean. MemoriarVeterans of Foreign The Ladies Auxiliary to the Elizabeth Lamarre, 15, Wars put on a Memorial Day VFW Post No. 5245 met in the ' " daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Program for the Elementary Post Home May 28. There i!i!=: David Drown. of S Ryegate, Grades in the Woodsville and were 12 members present. has been selected to compete James Morrill Elementary President Bertha Aremburg Three Stoog00/n free mov/e ,n the 1981 Vermont Miss Schools. presided. Special Memorial T.EE.N Pageant to be held They explained to the Services were conducted. A WELLS RIVER--The Three Tbe film is black and white, at the Radisson Burlington children the origin and wh ite flower was placed on the Stooges starring in "Have 90 minutes long. Cartoons will floral. Burlington, Vermont, meaningof MemorialDay, the altar in honor of each of the 17 Rocket Will Travel" will be also be shown. June 19 and 20, 1981. This origin of the Buddy Poppy and departed sisters. The the feature of the free movm The free movies are Pageant is the Official State- what it stands for, Why the Auxiliary Flags were given showing at 7 p.m. June 14 in sponsored weekly by a grant wide Finals for the Miss American Legion and the out to be placed on each of the the building next door to the from the Wells River Savings TEE.N Pageant to be held in Veterans of Foreign Wars sell grave markers. Wells River Laundromat. Bank. Albuquerque. New Mexico. poppies at Memorial time and The Haverhill Memorial December all981, how the money received is VFW Post No. 5245 and ':=:: h L qtpt Contestants are between the used. Auxiliary joined the American ages of 14 and 18 and must ,, ! They spoke of the Memorial Legion in the Memorial Day I Children of maintain at least a "B" LOOKING FOR A BID-- Do you want one of our Day Parade, explaining why a Parade in Woodsville. average in school. They are bidding pills," jokes Auctioneer Dick Withington wreath is thrown into the Others in the parade were 1 fL u2eeler,,,,,,o, t requested to participate in the river, and stressed that to the Woodsville National IN HONORING THEIR PARENTS'  Volunteer Service Program of to a hesitant bidder at Newbury action Dry sink show respect for our country Guard, Boy Scouts and Cub the Miss TEE.N. finally brought a top bid of $310. and flag, everyone should give Scouts from Woodsville, 50THWEDDING ANNIVERSARY  Through this program many . the heart saluted when the Haverhill and Monroe, the involved in community ac- These participating in the from the Woodsville-Haverhill PEN tivities by contributing at program were area, and theWoodsvilleHigh least 12 hours of time to some Clough, Mrs. June Hill, Mrs. School band. worthwhile Charity or Civic by JOANNA GILBI  L__,, 1 THEiRin0ME I Work. Throughout the nation, Comeely workshop each state realizes over 5,000 -- _trouty hours volunteer service in the NEWBURY, VT--Dorothy in "The Grea(White Ho," - program. Ebeling and her late husband, starring James Earl Jones, by Parish Players t BOLTONVILLE, VT. t of the Vermont Miss T.E.E.N. to visit a new grandchild in with Helen Hayes andRichard THETFORD--Tryouts for a provisational techniques. Among the prizes the winner George Ebeling, were enroute and "Time Remembered" set I o:= I June 28, 198 m 1-4 p.m. " Pageant will receive is an all- northern Vermont when they Burton. summer-long cabaret-theatre For the summa," workshop first passed through Newbury Mr. Ebeling's "summer project combining im- here, Boardmansays, "I plan o nitro _ r_._._s_e _ ___ _-" and saw Valmont View, a stock" was auctioned off last provisational comedy to choose six to eight per- stately brick colonnaded yearbyArchieSteenburgh, workshops and an end of formers and spend the first manse that just happened to Last Saturday, Hillsboro, summer revue-style month or so developing im- be for sale. N.H.. auctioneer Richard production will take place at provisations with them. We'll "We just knew we had to Withington sold the contents of the Parish Players Theatre in continue to improvise as we own it." Mrs. Ebeling told the Valmont View -- the personal the Thetford Grange June 15- put the show together, but HELDOVER 7:00p.m.-9:lSp.m. Journal Opinion in an in-antiques collection of the 16. we'll also incorporate scripts NowthroughJtmel8 O June l2 through June l8 terview the other day. "We Ebelings. "Nothing was Tryoutsstartat6:30p.m. and songs into the show." bought it and enjoyed every brought in," Withington told Directing the project under The cabaret project is open The "" Raiders moment of our 14 years here." the Journal Opinion, "and the sponsorship of the Parish to all interested performers, The Ebelings were an- that's rarethesedays." Players will be Bill Board- regardless of experience. Four Seasons of the Lost Ark thusiastic collectors and There was a good mix of man. producer and performer There is no charge for the l0- PG tended shop during their country and formal furniture, for Vermont Public Radio's week workshop, which is N. HAVERHILL--Heather lVi. received a MATINEES SATURDAY Directed by Steven summer months at Valmont Victorian and custom fur- popular Panther Program. supported in part by a grant Bigelow, a fifth grade student outstanding AND SUNDAY AT 2 P,M, Speilberg of Jaws & Star View. niture, and accessories. There The Panther Program. heard from the Vermont Council on at James R. Morrill the U.S. Warsfame "George used to say that the were a number of paintings in all parts of the country on theArts. Elementary School in N Protection I ,, , " antiques business was his and all drew strong final bids. more than 40 public radio For more information, or to Haverhill was one of 200 Elementary show and he directed it," Mrs. Key pieces in the sale in- stations, is an hour of comedy sign up for an audition time, finalists from the six New Ecology ' hb._ MATINEES SAT. & SUN. AT 2:00 PM J .... U,,,hAth n o,,o,-,-= Ebeling said. "He said during cluded a cherry slant top desk, and comment in songs and call (802) 785-4344, or call En land tat " th Pro ram " ......................... the winter months he had to $2,200; a mahogany Chip-sketches, much of which is Boardmanat (802)457-1782. Angal E[emnSt:r Eolg Hgather (_0 ' _} expense paid trip to compete listen to the directors when he pendale grandfather clock developed through im- Poem and Poster Contest. awards c in the National Finals at the was on stage but during the with case inlay, $1,850; oil-on- Winners are named for soil D()iters posters were entered, 200were chester wit Afler spring comes the summer ; Convention Center, summer he was the director, canvas marine painting with A total of 8,000 poems and Hampshire and a $500. cash scholarship to George Ebeling toured the American oriental style rug WOODSVILLE The rafmn Piermont; Micneile rarr, innt,rQ May 7 IT , Don t let it be a hummer. 0,,) Albuquerque, New Mexico, It was his 'summer stock, clipper ships in port, $925; .  . , ,r[v"  finalists and 100 were top and Mrs. . Let us serve as your home base O' the schoot of her choice. Over country with several $972; ladies custom writing County Conservation. District. Monroe; Eric Christian, ""':_r,A a ,,,,,,,,, w,,,':" ',,, ..... m,,=,,, R"u-d'man-w-a $15,000 in cash scholarships theatrical groups, played the desk in the French style, $190; Board of Superwsors nas Monroe' Todd Gray, Warren; ,._., .,_:_ _,_:__ t,^.,,. ...... v, . . ztk3UU[l* LII lllllllll hlLq;Cgl, llll O./W.a.t:I * 0 For plannlng a trip to some other place. ' will be awarded at the Arena Stage in Washington, bracket base blanket box, announced the wmners of the Brenda Gmsmg, Orford; _ (,}v National Pageant in D.C., and the Alley Theatre in $300; mahogany grandfather 1981 "Soil Stewardship Week' Kathy McDonald, Littleton; _ December. Contestants will be Hooston. He was on Broadway clock with brass dial, $900. Poster Contest. Gregg Barber, Littleton; tnl (qla |[,[,ll4,I,| judged on civic involvement, The contest was sponsored Donna Citeroni, N. I'('a-f..--a ll t't"Trr||[ " rdy school activities, poise, I,-,.IK,-,,, Ilk .... -r, k,-.ll by the Dartmouth National Haverhill; Susanne Smith, No. li I I  I II I Ig personality and a choice ofa la:lIlIIl l.allJ[)l-I.][-)" ILtlP IIUPltl Bank in Hanover. Haverhill; Julia Langley, i 1 t'?_hll00'n00 (') $'drd  patriotic speech or talent. 'on toys Miss T E E N being a The following winners Enfield; Ken Stone, Enfield; .._.....- It--'IIIII'I I IIIa scholarsli: 'pageant no second exhibit received one Susan B. Chris Wyle, Lyme; Seen- '( HOUSE MAtN ST. 07.) ' . v .. . . .......  ,, Anthony Dollar each: Travis, Lyme; Cathy Car- Wednesday, Junel0 swmsmt compehtmn ns THETFORD--Latham , in theevenir.program. He Christy Downing, Went penter, Lebanon; Dandelion NEWBURY: Newbury Historical Society, . } ,.. j, reqmre9. . MemorialLibrary in Trd. will Comnent kthe' fantasy xth; ,hmny Keefe, Went Gardner, Lebanon; Candance ChurehHall, 8p.m. . - , s.    .  public program held in con- are on exhllJi{'tl'ira'ry. Woodsville; Bobbi-Jo Boutin Cartoon booklets entitled,, of Christ vestry, serving at noon. Reserv I '(  '5 ( N|CJ't vT,J 1fig. w/ooMltu/fe gaKe$ junction with the'Toys as a : " Woodsviile: Kathy King, "Water: The Basis of Life -BRADFORD: Bingo, American Legion l blood $cre/ltilt$ Cultural Resource" Woodsville: Kate Biele. were sent to each 5th graae - Thursda',Junell  O] exhibition. Topsham . , Woodsville; David Reinltard, student in the County. From WOODSVILLE: Cottage Hos)ital AuxiliarY WENTWORTH--Blood On June 11, A. B. Paulson, re$][e/Bethlehem: Steve Conolly, the booklets the students were room of hospital, 7:30p.m. pressure screenings at no assistant professor of Bethlehem. Christopher to draw a poster with this- charge are held at Mount American literature and wins craft award Whiten, Bethlehem: Dianne theme in mind. Twelve Friday, Junel2 Tromblay, Bethlehem:. schools in Grafton County BRADFORD: Senior citizens' luncheon, Mooselauke Health Center creative writing at Dartmouth TOPSHAM Basketmaker Kirsten Lyn Svenson. participated in this year's Center, servingatll:45a.m. every first and third Thursday College, will explore some Jackie Specter Abrams of Bethlehem: Tanya Stygles, Poster Contest. 222-4782. CRAFTS from 6:30aThe thirdm" to 3:30p.m.Thursday variedideas aboutfantasytheplayriChwhichand ArtTpsham has won the top FOlkAward in the Annual Piermont: Elizabeth Veghte, BRADFORD: Bingo, American Le screening replaces the one occurs when children, and Juried Exhibit of the League Registration set for Summer Academy BRADFORD:Cardparty, formerly given in Gleneliff. adults play with toys. of New Hampshire Craftsmen. HANOVER The registration people to spend the month of -Sunday, June 14 FAIR There is also a screening on His talk, entitled "Toys, Ms. Abrams wiil receive the deadline for the Connecticut July invoived in stimulating WELLS RIVER: Free next door the first Friday from 6 - 7 p.m. Play and Fantasy; Old and award at a special openingof Valley Summer Academy is activities of all kinds. Pro- Laundromat, Three Steoges in Immunizations are gwen on New"willbeginat7:30p.m. the preview of the exhibit. June 12. The Academy is a registration is required, p.m. the fourth Thursday at 1:30 . Basil Milovsroff, world June 14 from 2-5 p.m. at the learning experience open to Registration may be done Monday, Junel5 3:30p.m renowned puppeteer and League's Concord Gallery, 205 all high school students and by telephone or by mail. To THETFORD: Tryouts for Parish Players AT Miss Gage will be on retired professor of Russian N. Main St., Concord. adults and will include high register or for more in- project, 6:30 p.m. at the Thefford Grange. vj,,ummertes* vacation from June 29 - July 7 language and literature at The selected pieces in the school level and college level formation, call (603) 643-5666 Tuesday, Junel6 and the Center will be closed Dartmouth, a resident of Preview will be on exhibit courses as well as other indoor or write Connecticut Valley BRADFORD: Senior citizens' luncheon, during that time. Norwich. will also participate weekdays from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and outdoor activities. Summer Academy, 45 Lyme Center, serving at 11:45 a.m. Reservations through July 17. Later they It is aL opportunity for Rd..Hanover. NH03755. 222-4782. If you have any questions or know of any other craft- will join the full Ill-piece THETFORD: Parish Players speople who may be interested In selling at Sum. Bradford plans exhibit on display at the r/oodill girl to attend Hesser p.m. merfest '81 please eantact either Louise Allen at 222. League's 48th Annual Craf- FAIRLEE: Community Health Services, ra 'Jt JaWL'- tsmen's Fair, August 4-9, at WOODSVILLE--Rhonda and as a class officer. 4009daysor Bruee Stevens at 222-53 evenings. FRI.- SAT. :b"TIN.- a c Mt. Sunapee State  Park in Chase, daughter of Mr. and Rhondais planning to major willTownCheCkHall, hypertension and weight from  I JOHN BELUSHI  Newbury, N.H. Mrs. Tom Chase of Wood- in the two year executive W. FAIRLEE: A Town Nurse will check $10.00 IllS.00 'S simce (table if requlred) ENAYKROYD BRADFORD The sville, has been accepted for secretarial administrative weight from noon - 4 p.m. at Bean Hall. I0.N , I=a 16" snace (tables if reuired) Association of Business fall enrollment at Hesser assistant program when she I'll[ BLUES BROTit give Wednesday, June 17 People of Bradford is ac- BAnk to College in Manchester. enters Hesser in September. WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens' luncheon cep, ting registrations from Rhonda is a senior at Upon successful completion of Christ vestry, serving at noon. Forlnformatinncall n)'t _ craftspeeple to participate in away auto Woodsville High School, hercourse, she will receive an where she has participated in associate degree in business Saturday, June 20 Days Evenings ,,,:,2,,of, nextitsSummerfeStmonth. '81Crafts Fair HANOVER--Hanover Bank's cheerleading, chorus drama _ ,f Eighth Anniversary science. LYME:TaflgateCraft&FleaMarkets, oa Louise M. Allen Bruce Stevens Approximately 80 booths celebration plans have been a.m.-4 p.m. 802-222-4009 802-222-5583 will line main street m announced.  BRADFORD: Club level square dance Bradford for craftspeople to To say "Happy Birthday," necticut Valley Swingers, Oxbow High exhibit, demonstrate and sell the Bank will give away a 5- p.m.,callerAIMonty. their wares during the fair speed 1981 Honda Accord. The July 10-11. Booth rentals are $10 for one drawing will take place on the ................................. . ..... Bank's birthday, October 23, Wednesday, June l0 STOP! n l day and $15 for both days for a and anybody who is a resident BRADFORD: Village trustees, 7:30 p.m. single eight-foot booth, and $20 of New Hampshire or Ver- for one day and $30 for both (3ALAXY TRAVEL, INC. 103 S. Main St. W. Lebanon, NH 603-298-8782 BRADFORD: Bradford Academy Graded School District, You 1  mont is eligible to enter. 7:30p.m. inso 111 CLUI days for a double 16-foot Registratio n slips are HAVERHILL:CooperativeSchoolBoard,7:30p.m. booth. Tables will be provided available at Hanover Bank's FAIRLEE: PlanningBoard,7:30p.m. for craftspeople if desired, offices at 80 South Main WOODSVILLE:ImprovementCorp.,7:30p.m. ! 1 ! Central St. Registration may be mailed Street. Hanover; Hanover ORFORD: SchoolBoard,7:30p.m. t4k Woodsville, N.H. to Louise M. Allen. P.O. BOx Street. Lebanon; LeBank Thursday, June 11 II.  388, Bradford, VT 05033 with and OrfordStreet, Orford. BRADFORD: Planning Commission, Bradford Academy - checks for booth rental made The ca r is metallic red and Conference room, 7:30 p.m. payable to Bryce Morrill. , % .' " 4 - Treasurer. Lebanon. It will be rotated LYME:SchoolBoard,7p.m. .  can be seen at Hanover Street. BRADFORD: Selectmen, 4 p.m. Iamong Hanover Bank's of-TOPSHAM: Union 36 School Board, 7:30 p.m. at the DANCING STARTS AT 8:30 P. M, flees so that people may see it. Elementary School. COME EARLY-STAY LATE- II 24 HOUR EMERGENCYI VERSHIRE: Town School District, 7:30 p.m. at the Elementary School. !1 M l Wo00.vae have a fine entertaining evening! S WOODSVILLE: Haverhill District Court, 2 p.m. - Coun Mental Heeith ! receives degree Manday. June,5 II Or..o t, WOODSVILLE--GIoria M. PIERMONT:PlanningBoard, Sp .m ! Lackie' daughter f Mr' eRdA. THETFORD:HAVERHILL: Selectmen, 7 p.m.selectmen, 7p.m. Mrs Harry Lackie, Jr. of FAIRLEE: Selectmen, 8 p.m. Woodsville. received the ORFORD: Planning Board, 7:30p.m. lr t[ Thund0 r Ig--II--.. valley Associate in Science Degree in Legal Secretarial during the BATH: selectmen, 7 p.m. ,, 1MI lrAVt0I#ALMII ACd[l00t  )J49thExercisesAnnuai heldCmmencementat New Tuesday, June t6 Express FAIRLEE: Town Nurse will check hypertension and weight,  INSURANCE )]Hampshire College in Man-9-11a.m,attheTownHall. chester May 16th. GROTON: Selectmen, 7 p.m. 7-==  SERVICE sinell I She has participated.'as a HAVERHILL: Planning Board, 7 p.m. =- m._mm , :: member of the Future LYME:PlanningBoard,7:30p.m ==:==: i  | Secretaries Association. at- W. FAIRLEE: Town Nurse will check hypertension and L  29 Main ree t rained the President's List for weight from 12-4 p.m., at Bean Hall. - the Fall 1979 semester and Wednesday, Junel7 WHEN OVER 25000 For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P. M ...... . Bradfol, Vt. 'i| attained the Dean's List for WELLS RIVER: Blue Mountain Union School Board, 7:30 .- (603) 747- 2505 Or 747- 2840 IIOelll= tthe Spring 1980 and Fall 1980 p.m IN THE ,i I , ,, , , semesters while at NHC. FAIRLEE: Zoning Board of Adjustment, 7:30p.m. POSTER FINALIST--Heather Bigelow, at James T. Morrill Elementary in N. congratulations from New Hampshire Rudman. Heather was a finalist in England Elementary Ecology Poem Contest. N. Haverhill is contest finalist