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Page 10-The Journal Opinion-July,21, 1982 CV All-Stars trounce Central Valley, 6-3 HOME RUN TROT by Scott Woodward in first inning against Central Valley put Coon. Valley on top 2-0. Woodward, playing from the catcher position, played for Orford during the regular season. Woodward's drive went sailing over the wall in left center field. BARRE-- The Connecticut Valley All Star team, on the strength of Todd Pierson's arm, took the first step towards the Vermont Championship, by downing Central Valley, 6-3 last Thursday evening. Monday's game against the winner of St. Johnsbury-Hardwick was too late for press time. Todd Pierson, righthander from Fairlee, allowed only two 'wrong field hits' while striking out 13 and allowing only 3 walks in going the distance, While the two hits turned out to be meaningless, Pierson wildness nearly got him in trouble The three Central Valley runs came m the 2nd, by virtue of two errors. Scott Woodward from Orford put Conn. Valley out in front in the first inning with a line drive home run into deep left center. The ball carried well over the fence and drove in Pierson, who had been issued a walk in the inning. Down 3-2 in the fourth, Conn. % Valley went ahead to stay. Mark Haradon and Danny Chamberlin, both from Newbury were on second and third, with Woodward holding court on first. Shawn French, the Green Hornets first baseman, ripped a bases loaded double down the left field line, scoring two runs. In the inning, Conn. Valley struck for four safeties. Insurance runs came in the fifth inning, in another group of two. With Newbury's Jeff Shauger on first, Jade Hun- tington, the Blue Jays second baseman, drippled a ball down the third base line. While Huntington had the throw beat to first, the ensuing error allowed Shauger to score, Huntington racing to third. Jeff Brooks from Newbury then lofted a sacrifice fly to center, driving in Huntington. RHE Conn. Val. 202 200 6 9 3 Con. Val. 030 000 3 2 3 (CV) Todd Pierson and Scott Woodward-winning battery (CV) Mike Wiswell, John Wood (5), and Mike Laquerre LEAPING HIGH but still missing errant throw on attempted double play is Jade Huntington of the Connecticut Valley Little League all-star team. The locals won the first game of the double elimination tourney by beating Central Valley 6-3. Bown scores in Barre "200" West Champion Chuck Bown of Portland, Oregon captured the Barre 200 NASCAR Molson Tour race at Barre, Vermont's Thunder Road Thursday night in front of a capacity crowd. Bown drove an exceptional race to score his third victory in the Skoal Bandit Pontiac. BARRE-- Former Winston The 8,000 plus crowd wit- more than one occasion, but RobbieCrouch took over the Dragon was able to hold off second position when Dragon A A A A A A A A A A A A A A   v v v v v v v v v v v v v w COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL (HECK OUR LOW PRICES CAR P ET & ,,,;E INVENTORY IN STOCK IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION VINYL FLOORS HALE FURNITURE & CARPET ....  nessed one of the most ex- citing events ever held at Thunder Road, and Bown and Bob Dragon staged a strong battle on the tight /4 mile track for 150 laps. The con- tention for the lead began when Dragon pulled into second place behind Bown on the 36th lap where he proceded to chase Bown. On the 53rd lap, Steve Poulin of N. Troy, Vt. spun in the fourth turn, bringing out the caution. Both leaders were side by side for the restart, with Dragon pulling Bown and moving, into the lead. Bown gave Dragon the struggle of his career trying inside and outside for the lead. Bown pulled underneath Dragon on the determined driver. On the 176th lap Bown once again go[ underneath Dragon with the two battling side by side until a caution on the 180th lap slowed the field. Dragon quickly pitted for tires and returned to the rear of the field for the final 20 laps. pitted and attempted to chase down Bown for the checkers. Meanwhile Dragon roared up through the pack and was about to overtake Crouch for the second position, when the checkers fell, giving Bown his biggest win to date on the Molson Tour. Shrine Bowl tickets sold at area stores HANOVER-- Over 5,000 already been sold to Shriners tickets for the 29th Annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl, which will be played here on Saturday, Aug. 14, have TEST DRIVE THE 1982 JOURNAL OPINION/SECOND OPINION No other vehicle gets better gas mileage II I I H I III IIIII .'ill:k'[el:in:,ll[e]Ol[Ol:i]:l:n:lL.IOil Before you step into your car to do some shopping, browse through the pages of advertising in the Journal Opinion/Second Opinion. We're a gas saver With the cost of energy soaring, we can cut your driving time and save you money. Dorin 1981 we ran many miles of retail advertising and more miles of classifieds. / So test drive the Journal Opinion/Second Opinion. Welre miles ahea,.'6 of everyone else, Whether you're looking to buy, looking to sell, or looking for news, look to the Journal OpinionSecond Opinion Journal II1 Opinion The Newspaper For Everybody Send the Journal Opinion right away! Enclosed is $9,00 (Vt./N.H.) _1 Enclosed is $ll.00 (All other states) NI01 CITIZENS DEDUCT $2 ADDRES RFD L STATE ZIP SECOND OPINION iS FREE WITH YOUR ORDER, II IIII // / throughout New Hampshire and Vermont. And, this week tickets go on sale for the general public in over 300 outlets in the Twin State Area. "We're off to the fastest start in the history of the Game," General Chairman Donald C. Berwick said, when asked to comment on advance sale to Shriners. "Memorial Field holds 21,000 people and we would like nothing better to fill every seat," Mr. Berwick said. The Annual Bowl Game, which is played on Dart- mouth's Memorial Field, brings together the finest high school football players of the two states in a game where the real winners are the children in the Shrine Hospitals. Last year's Game raised a record $234,000 for the Shrine Cause. Shrine Bowl Day in Hanover is a day for the entire family with a spectacular parade at 11:30 a.m. and the Football Game at 2:30 p.m. Close to 4,000 people are expected to take part in the parade, in- cluding Shriners from 11 Temples in one of the largest and most colorful parades in northern New England. The two 33-member football teams will begin formal practice on Tuesday, Aug. 3, at the University of New Hampshire and Norwich University. They are coached by Bruce Wheeler of Essex Junction, Vt, and Tom Daubney of Portsmouth, N.H. The Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl is sponsored by Bektash Temple of Concord, N.H.; Mt. Sinai Temple of Montpelier, Vt. and Cairo Temple of Rutland, Vt. In its 28 year history the Bowl Game has raised over $1.5 million for the Shriners' Hospitals for Crippled and Burned Children. Reserve Seats can be ob- tained by sending a check or money order to the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl, Inc., Foundry St., Lebanon, N.H. 03766 or by calling (603) 448- 1042. General Admission tickets for the Football Game are now on sale at the following locations: BRADFORD, VT. Bradford Village Store A.E. Hale Co. Four Seasons Perry Oil Service Inc. ELY, VT. Ely Fence Co. FAIRLEE, VT. Colby's Dept. Store Chapman's Pharmacy Fairlee Genera I Store NEWBURY, VT. Newbury General Store NORWICH, VT. First Inter State Bank WELLS RIVER, VT. Ted Nelson's Barber Shop FULL SPEED AHEAD-- Shooting down the back stretch, the street division cars pour Bear Ridge Speedway action (continued from page 9) have engine problems all amidst sparks and grinds, but and crossed the turf to work on. Eastman, realizing that his car wasn't working directly behind Waters, tried for the outside several times. Williams, who was also a front-runner, spun, coming out of the second turn. No caution flag came out, and Williams got his car back on the track again, but now was fighting for position from the back of the pack. He finally crossed the line in t2th place. The finish was very close to a photo-finish. Waters crossed the line just inches ahead of Eastman, who was on the outside. Shepard, who went over the side in the semi, finished a close third, with Chuck Beede, Hatch, and Keene following. The Waters win was well-deserved and he earned every point. Elms, who is the current point leader with 320, finished ninth. Street Division With the dynamics of the track very speedy, the street stockers got off to the feature start with a few bumps and grinds. The wall got a workout as several machines bounced off the barrier coming high out of the fourth turn. David Gomo (75-S. Barrel and Alex Sutherla nd (57-Bath) went fender-to-fender at the start of the race. Gomo finally won the duel and Gene Pierson (44-E. Corinth) moved into second with Carroll Porter (ll-E. Corinth) right beside him. Thomas Forward (73- Lebanon) challenged the two second place drivers and finally wrenched control from them. Jim Morgan (17-W. Lebanon) then slipped into third. At the same time, Gomo was having his problems on the track, and Forward moved into first with Morgan hot on his tail. Runs into wall Pierson, who was running well, exited the fourth turn, and slammed the wall. He lost his right front tire and in the process, spilled water on the track from his broken radiator. This brought out the yellow and the track safety men to clean up the spill. Thomas Spooner (01-W. Topsham), and Doug Boyce (69-Groton) both seemed to evening and continued to have the problem during the feature race. Both drivers were holding up the rear of the pack. The leaders after 15 laps were Forward, Morgan, Porter, and Dale Fadden (16- N. Haverhill). Fadden shares driving responsibilities with his father, Richard Fadden. Fadden also took a hard bounce off the front wall, was able to hold his position, the win. Shortly after, Porter did a second with similar act. Dustin Downing The duo of Forward and Corinth)and Morgan left the main pack (18-Barre) behind and drove for the order. number one spot, while Ne Fadden held onto third and The next Robert Chaffee (96-W. Top- will be a regular sham) was four car lengths citing racing behind in fourth. Speedway on Forward was able to hold Gates open at 5:301 off the challenge of Morgan post timeis 8p.m. IN THE PITS-- The coupes are lined up in pit row, ready to please the test the endurnace of the race cars, FINDING THE GROOVE-- Bob Shephard takes the outside, Clayton wants the inside, and Frank Keene looks for daylight in the middle (slightly visible next to Hatch). TOO HIGH IN TURN TWO--. Doug too high coming out of the second turn. hauled to the pits with a broken front end/ Participants sought for heart attack study -- he age 29 through 64; -- have had only one heart attack in their lifetime (suffered within the past four  and a half years) ; !" be free of stroke; he free of diabetes; -- not have had heart surgery. Transportation and lodging for participants and an in- terested family member are free of cost. TheEast Coast Center (Maine to South Carolina) is located in Philadelphia, Pa. If you are interested, you are urged to contact the Hyperlipidemia Study. Call, toil-free 1-800-362-5244 (Pennsylvania only) and out- of-state 1-800-345-1057. The Study works closely POWDER PUFF WINNERS-- The above with each person's private were the best in the street division powder physician, last week. A FUN NEW KOOL-AIE teaspoon KooI.Aid Brand 2 Unsweetened Soft Drink /, cup ilk Mix, any flavor /4 cup rn Dissolve soft drink mix and sugar tl water in Serve at once or chill and stir before serving or t serving. ) 1982 General Foods Corporoflon. KOQI.A, and the Smiling Pitche Design are reglst h'ademarks of Genera Fcxxs Corporation. INTERESTING FACT Quick follow-up for oven spill: sprinkle with salt immediately. When oven is cool, brush off burned food and wipe with damp sponge. SUPEI::I CONCENTRATED DEODORIZER is so effective that DROPS DEODORIZE A SKUNK! problems It 0oul solve 10 oz. for you.,, bathroom, Its, cooking, mildew, s300 ONE SHAKER POSTPAID eOTTt,E To Or  cP4k or money SCHMID LABORATORIES, INC., Box A, Route 46 West, PHILADELPHIA, PA.-- If you have suffered a heart attack a unique opportunity is available to eligible persons nationwide to participate in a program supported by the National Institute of Health. The Hyperlipidemia- Atherosclerosis Study is designed to explore the possibility of reversing the disease (atherosclerosis) which causes life threatening heart attacks. You or someone you know may be eligible. Participants must: HANOVER, N.H. Pat & Tony's Serry's Campion's Carroll Reed 50 Nugget Alley Hanover Shell Wrecker Walter Clark (643-5125) LISBON, N.H. Indian Head Bank LYME, N.H. Nichols Hardware WOODSVILLE, N.H. Indian Head Bank North Clark Business Machines Inc. Paul's Barber Shop Wednesday, July 21 WELLS RIVER: Trustees, 7:30 p.m. WARREN: Selectmen, 7:30p.m. ORFORD: Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. LYME: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July BRADFORD: Oxbow School Board, 7:30 p.m. BRADFORD: Selectmen, 4:00 p.m. Friday, July WOODSVILLE: Haverhill District Court, 2: 00 p.m. Monday, July 26 WOODSVILLE: Haverhill Selectmen, 7:00 p.m. CORINTH: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 28 ORFORD: Selectmen, a:oo p.m. LYME: Selectmen, 7: 30 p.m. WOODSvILLE: Haverhill School Board, 7:30 p.m. Page 10-The Journal Opinion-July,21, 1982 CV All-Stars trounce Central Valley, 6-3 HOME RUN TROT by Scott Woodward in first inning against Central Valley put Coon. Valley on top 2-0. Woodward, playing from the catcher position, played for Orford during the regular season. Woodward's drive went sailing over the wall in left center field. BARRE-- The Connecticut Valley All Star team, on the strength of Todd Pierson's arm, took the first step towards the Vermont Championship, by downing Central Valley, 6-3 last Thursday evening. Monday's game against the winner of St. Johnsbury-Hardwick was too late for press time. Todd Pierson, righthander from Fairlee, allowed only two 'wrong field hits' while striking out 13 and allowing only 3 walks in going the distance, While the two hits turned out to be meaningless, Pierson wildness nearly got him in trouble The three Central Valley runs came m the 2nd, by virtue of two errors. Scott Woodward from Orford put Conn. Valley out in front in the first inning with a line drive home run into deep left center. The ball carried well over the fence and drove in Pierson, who had been issued a walk in the inning. Down 3-2 in the fourth, Conn. % Valley went ahead to stay. Mark Haradon and Danny Chamberlin, both from Newbury were on second and third, with Woodward holding court on first. Shawn French, the Green Hornets first baseman, ripped a bases loaded double down the left field line, scoring two runs. In the inning, Conn. Valley struck for four safeties. Insurance runs came in the fifth inning, in another group of two. With Newbury's Jeff Shauger on first, Jade Hun- tington, the Blue Jays second baseman, drippled a ball down the third base line. While Huntington had the throw beat to first, the ensuing error allowed Shauger to score, Huntington racing to third. Jeff Brooks from Newbury then lofted a sacrifice fly to center, driving in Huntington. RHE Conn. Val. 202 200 6 9 3 Con. Val. 030 000 3 2 3 (CV) Todd Pierson and Scott Woodward-winning battery (CV) Mike Wiswell, John Wood (5), and Mike Laquerre LEAPING HIGH but still missing errant throw on attempted double play is Jade Huntington of the Connecticut Valley Little League all-star team. The locals won the first game of the double elimination tourney by beating Central Valley 6-3. Bown scores in Barre "200" West Champion Chuck Bown of Portland, Oregon captured the Barre 200 NASCAR Molson Tour race at Barre, Vermont's Thunder Road Thursday night in front of a capacity crowd. Bown drove an exceptional race to score his third victory in the Skoal Bandit Pontiac. BARRE-- Former Winston The 8,000 plus crowd wit- more than one occasion, but RobbieCrouch took over the Dragon was able to hold off second position when Dragon A A A A A A A A A A A A A A   v v v v v v v v v v v v v w COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL (HECK OUR LOW PRICES CAR P ET & ,,,;E INVENTORY IN STOCK IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION VINYL FLOORS HALE FURNITURE & CARPET ....  nessed one of the most ex- citing events ever held at Thunder Road, and Bown and Bob Dragon staged a strong battle on the tight /4 mile track for 150 laps. The con- tention for the lead began when Dragon pulled into second place behind Bown on the 36th lap where he proceded to chase Bown. On the 53rd lap, Steve Poulin of N. Troy, Vt. spun in the fourth turn, bringing out the caution. Both leaders were side by side for the restart, with Dragon pulling Bown and moving, into the lead. Bown gave Dragon the struggle of his career trying inside and outside for the lead. Bown pulled underneath Dragon on the determined driver. On the 176th lap Bown once again go[ underneath Dragon with the two battling side by side until a caution on the 180th lap slowed the field. Dragon quickly pitted for tires and returned to the rear of the field for the final 20 laps. pitted and attempted to chase down Bown for the checkers. Meanwhile Dragon roared up through the pack and was about to overtake Crouch for the second position, when the checkers fell, giving Bown his biggest win to date on the Molson Tour. Shrine Bowl tickets sold at area stores HANOVER-- Over 5,000 already been sold to Shriners tickets for the 29th Annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl, which will be played here on Saturday, Aug. 14, have TEST DRIVE THE 1982 JOURNAL OPINION/SECOND OPINION No other vehicle gets better gas mileage II I I IIII I III IIIII .'ill:k'[el:in:,ll[e]Ol[Ol:i]:l:n:lL.IOil Before you step into your car to do some shopping, browse through the pages of advertising in the Journal Opinion/Second Opinion. We're a gas saver With the cost of energy soaring, we can cut your driving time and save you money. Dorin 1981 we ran many miles of retail advertising and more miles of classifieds. / So test drive the Journal Opinion/Second Opinion. Welre miles ahea,.'6 of everyone else, Whether you're looking to buy, looking to sell, or looking for news, look to the Journal OpinionSecond Opinion Journal II1 Opinion The Newspaper For Everybody Send the Journal Opinion right away! Enclosed is $9,00 (Vt./N.H.) _1 Enclosed is $ll.00 (All other states) NI01 CITIZENS DEDUCT $2 ADDRES RFD L STATE ZIP SECOND OPINION iS FREE WITH YOUR ORDER, II IIII // / throughout New Hampshire and Vermont. And, this week tickets go on sale for the general public in over 300 outlets in the Twin State Area. "We're off to the fastest start in the history of the Game," General Chairman Donald C. Berwick said, when asked to comment on advance sale to Shriners. "Memorial Field holds 21,000 people and we would like nothing better to fill every seat," Mr. Berwick said. The Annual Bowl Game, which is played on Dart- mouth's Memorial Field, brings together the finest high school football players of the two states in a game where the real winners are the children in the Shrine Hospitals. Last year's Game raised a record $234,000 for the Shrine Cause. Shrine Bowl Day in Hanover is a day for the entire family with a spectacular parade at 11:30 a.m. and the Football Game at 2:30 p.m. Close to 4,000 people are expected to take part in the parade, in- cluding Shriners from 11 Temples in one of the largest and most colorful parades in northern New England. The two 33-member football teams will begin formal practice on Tuesday, Aug. 3, at the University of New Hampshire and Norwich University. They are coached by Bruce Wheeler of Essex Junction, Vt, and Tom Daubney of Portsmouth, N.H. The Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl is sponsored by Bektash Temple of Concord, N.H.; Mt. Sinai Temple of Montpelier, Vt. and Cairo Temple of Rutland, Vt. In its 28 year history the Bowl Game has raised over $1.5 million for the Shriners' Hospitals for Crippled and Burned Children. Reserve Seats can be ob- tained by sending a check or money order to the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl, Inc., Foundry St., Lebanon, N.H. 03766 or by calling (603) 448- 1042. General Admission tickets for the Football Game are now on sale at the following locations: BRADFORD, VT. Bradford Village Store A.E. Hale Co. Four Seasons Perry Oil Service Inc. ELY, VT. Ely Fence Co. FAIRLEE, VT. Colby's Dept. Store Chapman's Pharmacy Fairlee Genera I Store NEWBURY, VT. Newbury General Store NORWICH, VT. First Inter State Bank WELLS RIVER, VT. Ted Nelson's Barber Shop FULL SPEED AHEAD-- Shooting down the back stretch, the street division cars pour Bear Ridge Speedway action (continued from page 9) have engine problems all amidst sparks and grinds, but and crossed the turf to work on. Eastman, realizing that his car wasn't working directly behind Waters, tried for the outside several times. Williams, who was also a front-runner, spun, coming out of the second turn. No caution flag came out, and Williams got his car back on the track again, but now was fighting for position from the back of the pack. He finally crossed the line in t2th place. The finish was very close to a photo-finish. Waters crossed the line just inches ahead of Eastman, who was on the outside. Shepard, who went over the side in the semi, finished a close third, with Chuck Beede, Hatch, and Keene following. The Waters win was well-deserved and he earned every point. Elms, who is the current point leader with 320, finished ninth. Street Division With the dynamics of the track very speedy, the street stockers got off to the feature start with a few bumps and grinds. The wall got a workout as several machines bounced off the barrier coming high out of the fourth turn. David Gomo (75-S. Barrel and Alex Sutherla nd (57-Bath) went fender-to-fender at the start of the race. Gomo finally won the duel and Gene Pierson (44-E. Corinth) moved into second with Carroll Porter (ll-E. Corinth) right beside him. Thomas Forward (73- Lebanon) challenged the two second place drivers and finally wrenched control from them. Jim Morgan (17-W. Lebanon) then slipped into third. At the same time, Gomo was having his problems on the track, and Forward moved into first with Morgan hot on his tail. Runs into wall Pierson, who was running well, exited the fourth turn, and slammed the wall. He lost his right front tire and in the process, spilled water on the track from his broken radiator. This brought out the yellow and the track safety men to clean up the spill. Thomas Spooner (01-W. Topsham), and Doug Boyce (69-Groton) both seemed to evening and continued to have the problem during the feature race. Both drivers were holding up the rear of the pack. The leaders after 15 laps were Forward, Morgan, Porter, and Dale Fadden (16- N. Haverhill). Fadden shares driving responsibilities with his father, Richard Fadden. Fadden also took a hard bounce off the front wall, was able to hold his position, the win. Shortly after, Porter did a second with similar act. Dustin Downing The duo of Forward and Corinth)and Morgan left the main pack (18-Barre) behind and drove for the order. number one spot, while Ne Fadden held onto third and The next Robert Chaffee (96-W. Top- will be a regular sham) was four car lengths citing racing behind in fourth. Speedway on Forward was able to hold Gates open at 5:301 off the challenge of Morgan post timeis 8p.m. IN THE PITS-- The coupes are lined up in pit row, ready to please the test the endurnace of the race cars, FINDING THE GROOVE-- Bob Shephard takes the outside, Clayton wants the inside, and Frank Keene looks for daylight in the middle (slightly visible next to Hatch). TOO HIGH IN TURN TWO--. Doug too high coming out of the second turn. hauled to the pits with a broken front end/ Participants sought for heart attack study -- he age 29 through 64; -- have had only one heart attack in their lifetime (suffered within the past four  and a half years) ; !" be free of stroke; he free of diabetes; -- not have had heart surgery. Transportation and lodging for participants and an in- terested family member are free of cost. TheEast Coast Center (Maine to South Carolina) is located in Philadelphia, Pa. If you are interested, you are urged to contact the Hyperlipidemia Study. Call, toil-free 1-800-362-5244 (Pennsylvania only) and out- of-state 1-800-345-1057. The Study works closely POWDER PUFF WINNERS-- The above with each person's private were the best in the street division powder physician, last week. A FUN NEW KOOL-AIE teaspoon KooI.Aid Brand 2 Unsweetened Soft Drink /, cup ilk Mix, any flavor /4 cup rn Dissolve soft drink mix and sugar tl water in Serve at once or chill and stir before serving or t serving. ) 1982 General Foods Corporoflon. KOQI.A, and the Smiling Pitche Design are reglst h'ademarks of Genera Fcxxs Corporation. INTERESTING FACT Quick follow-up for oven spill: sprinkle with salt immediately. When oven is cool, brush off burned food and wipe with damp sponge. SUPEI::I CONCENTRATED DEODORIZER is so effective that DROPS DEODORIZE A SKUNK! problems It 0oul solve 10 oz. for you.,, bathroom, Its, cooking, mildew, s300 ONE SHAKER POSTPAID eOTTt,E To Or  cP4k or money SCHMID LABORATORIES, INC., Box A, Route 46 West, PHILADELPHIA, PA.-- If you have suffered a heart attack a unique opportunity is available to eligible persons nationwide to participate in a program supported by the National Institute of Health. The Hyperlipidemia- Atherosclerosis Study is designed to explore the possibility of reversing the disease (atherosclerosis) which causes life threatening heart attacks. You or someone you know may be eligible. Participants must: HANOVER, N.H. Pat & Tony's Serry's Campion's Carroll Reed 50 Nugget Alley Hanover Shell Wrecker Walter Clark (643-5125) LISBON, N.H. Indian Head Bank LYME, N.H. Nichols Hardware WOODSVILLE, N.H. Indian Head Bank North Clark Business Machines Inc. Paul's Barber Shop Wednesday, July 21 WELLS RIVER: Trustees, 7:30 p.m. WARREN: Selectmen, 7:30p.m. ORFORD: Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. LYME: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July BRADFORD: Oxbow School Board, 7:30 p.m. BRADFORD: Selectmen, 4:00 p.m. Friday, July WOODSVILLE: Haverhill District Court, 2: 00 p.m. Monday, July 26 WOODSVILLE: Haverhill Selectmen, 7:00 p.m. CORINTH: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 28 ORFORD: Selectmen, a:oo p.m. LYME: Selectmen, 7: 30 p.m. WOODSvILLE: Haverhill School Board, 7:30 p.m.