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July 28, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 THE FAIR IN BRADFORD Connecticut Valley Fair ! Riding bare-back at the horse show. ACCEPTS CHECK-- Sometimes giving a check to the fire department has its hazards. Above, Robert Huminski, representing the merchants of Bradford presented Chief Melvin Benzie a check 50 feet above the ground on their aerial ladder truck. TAKING A DIP-- Ray Aremburg gets dumped into the cool water at the "Cross Roads" exh Ibit. their satellite dish at the fair. Keep back 500 feet.., or else. Firemen prepare the 1939 aerial ladder truck used in the promotion sponsored by the Journal Opinion and the merchants of Bradford. i Yes, it is raining . . . ! and we will soon see prize- winning "hail stones" coming from that fire engine. You see is a his tires at truck pull. OF A DIFFERENT COLOR-- The mini-modified tractor com- a lot of excitement for fair-goers. This team turned in a slow 18 plus seconds during the bath tub races. The mini-medified tractor is all horsepower and wheels. A family of clowns Working at the fair. There are large tractors and there are small tractors. It's amazing how much garden-size tractorswill pull. PERFECT-- Perfect for the fair and perfect for those who won prizes at the Journal Opinion "weather prediction" promotion. Candidates for elective office were seen at the fair. :'4 Prize oxen wait their turn. ;e MING OR GOING-- It makes little difference to this horseman as she has everything under control. ON THE JOB-- Security personnel at the fair grounds offer advice to motorist. Teacher contract signed (continued from page 1) left on leaves of absence. Both The board also heard a Susan Spooner in elections at Irwin and MacKenzie are building committee report Newbury's Annal School contesting the legality of the that recommended a series of Meeting. "temporary" conditions building repairs ranging from Executive Session under which the school the replacement of carpeting In a closed, executive maintains they were hired, in the school's auditorium to session the board heard a The board has delayed their refinishing the gym floor grievance from social studies decision on the matter until (which the board also voted to teacher Lynn Irwin regarding their August 12 meeting, to hire an engineer to study why his contractnotbeingrenewed further consult the matter the gym floor becomes for next year. with their lawyer, warped so often and what can The school's administration Other Matters be done to remedy the maintains that Irwin and In other matters, problem). teacher John MacKenzie superintendent John Fontana The board is expected to were hired as temporary reported that the Oxbow continue discussion of the replacements two years ago School will carry over a committee's recom when two previous instructors $79,000 surplus into the 1982-83 mendations at their next fiscal year. meet ing :k l)e,nors set record Susan Spooner, Florence Aides -- Emily Brooks, and Welch, Craig Harvey. Sylvia Brill. Wells River -- Mary Boyce, Volunteers -- Marion Mann Dorothy Butson, Sandra and Joan Knight. Sapoonas, David Burroughs, Canteen -- North Haverhill Sharon Cassidy, Hoyt Darby, Girls Club -- Marge Lane, Cynthia Vielleiux, Robert Evangeline Anderson, Mary Longmoore, Luella Lasseigne, Ingalls and Rose Tucker. David Darby, Vincent Car- Registration -- Patricia penter, Jean Welch, Russell Demers, Maryann Demers, Hitchcock, John Mahnker, and Sheila Pollock. Shellie Warner, Stanley Nursery  Shirley Whitman. McAllister and Stasha Volunteers who staffed the WyskieL drawing were: National Guard  Sgt. R.N.'s -- David Eames, David Wright and Victor Louise Rowden, Linda Chase. Brooks Ann Haskins and HelenOlsen. Dr. on call -- Dr. John L.P.N.'s -- Roxanne Rowe. Richardson, Janet Kinder, Lab Tech.  Robert Frazer Mabel Savage, and Mary andDebra Buell. Hobbs. The next visit of the Red E.M.T.'s -- Harold Taylor Cross Bloodmobile to Jr., Sandra Ingerson and Woodsville is scheduled for Nancy Overton. Dec. 9. (continued from page I) Laundry. Donors from Vermont Bradford-- Susan Boyce, Steven Longmoore, Patricia Poag. E. Ryegate -- Stephen Blood. S. Ryegate -- Steve Elliot, Lottie Winchester, Gordon Stevens, Bertha Stevens, Jane Grimes, Dale Wright. Ryegate -- Nancy Perkins, Donald Staplefeld, Barbara Frost, Edward McLure, Gall Nelson. Boltonvllle -- Kenneth Sabin. Troy -- Eileen Le Blanc. Groton -- Deborah Win- chester, Clyde Spooner, Leslie Spooner, Margaret Wheeler, Betty Morse, Gale Emerson, Beth Austin. Newbury -- Patricia Dwyer, July 28, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 THE FAIR IN BRADFORD Connecticut Valley Fair ! Riding bare-back at the horse show. ACCEPTS CHECK-- Sometimes giving a check to the fire department has its hazards. Above, Robert Huminski, representing the merchants of Bradford presented Chief Melvin Benzie a check 50 feet above the ground on their aerial ladder truck. TAKING A DIP-- Ray Aremburg gets dumped into the cool water at the "Cross Roads" exh Ibit. their satellite dish at the fair. Keep back 500 feet.., or else. Firemen prepare the 1939 aerial ladder truck used in the promotion sponsored by the Journal Opinion and the merchants of Bradford. i Yes, it is raining . . . ! and we will soon see prize- winning "hail stones" coming from that fire engine. You see is a his tires at truck pull. OF A DIFFERENT COLOR-- The mini-modified tractor com- a lot of excitement for fair-goers. This team turned in a slow 18 plus seconds during the bath tub races. The mini-medified tractor is all horsepower and wheels. A family of clowns Working at the fair. There are large tractors and there are small tractors. It's amazing how much garden-size tractorswill pull. PERFECT-- Perfect for the fair and perfect for those who won prizes at the Journal Opinion "weather prediction" promotion. Candidates for elective office were seen at the fair. :'4 Prize oxen wait their turn. ;e MING OR GOING-- It makes little difference to this horseman as she has everything under control. ON THE JOB-- Security personnel at the fair grounds offer advice to motorist. Teacher contract signed (continued from page 1) left on leaves of absence. Both The board also heard a Susan Spooner in elections at Irwin and MacKenzie are building committee report Newbury's Annal School contesting the legality of the that recommended a series of Meeting. "temporary" conditions building repairs ranging from Executive Session under which the school the replacement of carpeting In a closed, executive maintains they were hired, in the school's auditorium to session the board heard a The board has delayed their refinishing the gym floor grievance from social studies decision on the matter until (which the board also voted to teacher Lynn Irwin regarding their August 12 meeting, to hire an engineer to study why his contractnotbeingrenewed further consult the matter the gym floor becomes for next year. with their lawyer, warped so often and what can The school's administration Other Matters be done to remedy the maintains that Irwin and In other matters, problem). teacher John MacKenzie superintendent John Fontana The board is expected to were hired as temporary reported that the Oxbow continue discussion of the replacements two years ago School will carry over a committee's recom when two previous instructors $79,000 surplus into the 1982-83 mendations at their next fiscal year. meet ing :k l)e,nors set record Susan Spooner, Florence Aides -- Emily Brooks, and Welch, Craig Harvey. Sylvia Brill. Wells River -- Mary Boyce, Volunteers -- Marion Mann Dorothy Butson, Sandra and Joan Knight. Sapoonas, David Burroughs, Canteen -- North Haverhill Sharon Cassidy, Hoyt Darby, Girls Club -- Marge Lane, Cynthia Vielleiux, Robert Evangeline Anderson, Mary Longmoore, Luella Lasseigne, Ingalls and Rose Tucker. David Darby, Vincent Car- Registration -- Patricia penter, Jean Welch, Russell Demers, Maryann Demers, Hitchcock, John Mahnker, and Sheila Pollock. Shellie Warner, Stanley Nursery  Shirley Whitman. McAllister and Stasha Volunteers who staffed the WyskieL drawing were: National Guard  Sgt. R.N.'s -- David Eames, David Wright and Victor Louise Rowden, Linda Chase. Brooks Ann Haskins and HelenOlsen. Dr. on call -- Dr. John L.P.N.'s -- Roxanne Rowe. Richardson, Janet Kinder, Lab Tech.  Robert Frazer Mabel Savage, and Mary andDebra Buell. Hobbs. The next visit of the Red E.M.T.'s -- Harold Taylor Cross Bloodmobile to Jr., Sandra Ingerson and Woodsville is scheduled for Nancy Overton. Dec. 9. (continued from page I) Laundry. Donors from Vermont Bradford-- Susan Boyce, Steven Longmoore, Patricia Poag. E. Ryegate -- Stephen Blood. S. Ryegate -- Steve Elliot, Lottie Winchester, Gordon Stevens, Bertha Stevens, Jane Grimes, Dale Wright. Ryegate -- Nancy Perkins, Donald Staplefeld, Barbara Frost, Edward McLure, Gall Nelson. Boltonvllle -- Kenneth Sabin. Troy -- Eileen Le Blanc. Groton -- Deborah Win- chester, Clyde Spooner, Leslie Spooner, Margaret Wheeler, Betty Morse, Gale Emerson, Beth Austin. Newbury -- Patricia Dwyer,