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Page g-The Journal Opinion-August 5, 1981 Advanced First Aid course set PIERMONT--There will be a contact Lorraine Bush, First meeting at the Piermont Fire Aid Chairman, at 272-4896. Station Aug. 16 at 3 p.m. to plan an Advanced First Aid course for the Lyme, Off, oral, Piermont, Fairlee "and Bradford area for the Fall. If you, or a member of your FAST Squad or your com- munity are interested in participating as an instructor or as a student, please attend this meeting or send a representative. For further information Is the Evangelical Free Church the only true church? CRAFTS FAIR HANOVER--A Crafts Fair including 75 exhibitors will be held at the Hopkin's Center Plaza in Hanover from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Aug. 19 for the benefit of the Upper Valley Development and Training Center. For further in- formation, contact Sally Page at (603) 643-2258 or 448-2077. No, we are only a part of the much larger "body of Christ." We believe: *'That the true church is composed of all such persons who throu8 h savin 8 faith in Jesus Christ have been resenerated by the Holy Spirit and are united tosether in the body of Christ of which He is the head." A local segment of that true church can be found at: Bradford Evangeliml Free Church  ,,',,hip ,et' ire ! I :1.) HI)LTF 5 Sunday School 9:4b I.()WER PI,AIN Iill ,'ick, M. l)iv.. Pastor ( 8112 ) .).r . ...-.qil. 1 rj |1 i Scenes from North Haverhill F PARADE LEADER--"Bunny" Elms and her horse lead the N. Haverhill Fair parade. * Farm calls in plane (continued from page l) and wheat crops despite desperate efforts to head them off with ditches, ropes, stakes and shovels. The early set- tiers, of course, didn't have an aerial spray plane. Reginald White and Grime said the army worm is always present, but multiply rapidly under certain conditions such as a mild winter followed by periods of alternating wet and dry weather, such as the area has been experiencing. The Whites lost five acres of grass to the worms before deciding to spray with a powerful insecticide, parathion. Grime said there should be no danger of the chemical washing into nearby streams because there is enough sod around the sprayed area to absorb the runoff. Parathion requires a waiting period of 12 days after being applied to corn and 15 days to grass before the sprayed area can be entered or the crop fed to COWS. According to early area history books, the Newbury settlers had another army worm scare in 1781 but managed to hold it in check and minimize the damage. Other outbreaks were recorded in the Bradford area in 1938, 1954 and 1964 causing considerable damage. Streets & Coupes [] m August 7th [] [] Friday night M 8 p.m. E] [] Gregg Emeq Memodal Rare E m Trophies by [] Richard Pratt [] [] also featuring B J BIKE RACES . Bazaar [] tcontinued from page 1 )  I Spanish music by the Fyre l,  Lightning COhOrt, folk RAIN DATE SATI S: p.m, SOli" 1 music by Mary Ann Samuels,  Alternate Rain Date s3.50 Adults I puppet show, the St. John- on Sundaf at.o X'OG q.00 Child | sbury Dimland Jazz Band, the Moose Mountain Morris _e 7:30 p.m/, P""'  I Dancers, Cook's Musical ./ ,: V"--  ' I Krauts, a historical exhibit , i   I and Other events' winding up with the Old Time Fiddlers Contest. The annual bazaar, staged by the Cracker Barrel Association, is supported in part by grants from the Vermont Council on the Arts, River's Reach Council of the 00Pe" /Arts, BradfordNationalBank, and Wells River Savings oS=Bradford ' Vermc;m Bank. Proceeds go'for local library, church and school projects. % has RE-OROUPED & P-VALUD matt S CLEARANCE SALE Ldlem Summer SPORTSWEAR SEPARATES Sk.tta - Cotton  - Knt 81aflut -Cheeno Paa - 41 p I( L_DIES TOPS & SKIRTS JERSEYS & SHORTS LADIES JERSEYS DRESSES SWIMSUITS : .u., u,.,  ..U_.  J. , u., 0 rOO Juor  Mlemm Ootlp of  I. Imrt DU on Futnrg ,  Dena doarm LONG SLEEVE TOPS DESIGN'ER DENIM JEANS DAYTIME LADIES S '' FOUNDATION SALE I o,, LADIES 8UNDRESSE8 .owmeooaw , LONG  SHORT ROBE8 ! SUMM White 81.e * JEWELRY HANDBAGS FABRIC 8ALE v..,,m NOW 50% or 50% or 99' o 3 1, Group ( Immm, Name l"m'd  R.ENS SPORTSWEAR leys - D - 6ttrm - Slz - uauim - Bho  - 81uf If&nt. Toddlers 4-6X, ?- 14 so. o b e' Donmoor, lind Moz, AFS student has birthday party BRADFORD--A birthday party was held July 27 for Alison Brierley of Ngongotaha, New Zealand. About 35 people gathered at the home of Ralph and Hope Clough to celebrate the 18th birthday of Bradford's newest American Field Service student, who is living with Ron, Colleen, Cherie and Jamie Tomlinson for the coming year. The guests also had the opportunity to meet Oxbow High School's new French teacher and AFS student club advisor, Annick Leymarie. She is from southern France and is looking forward to teaching at Oxbow. OPEN HOUSE CORINTH--The Corinth- Topsham pre-school has in- vited parents and interested persons to an open house, Aug. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the librat room at U-36. Refreshments will be served. FLAGBEARERS--Members of Haverhill Memorial Post of the VFW march in N. Haverhill Fair parade. * New Zea/and {continued from page ! ot Rotorua) -- really small -- with only one little-shop. I associated Bradford with that. Then I arrived here on the highway and saw all the shops and said, "Wow! It's not so tiny after all !" Alison said. On a world map that's printed in New Zealand, is New Zealand on the top or bottom? "We are always on the bottom. I don't know why. You could easi turn it up--it wouldn't upset anything to turn it up," she said. Is she homesick yet? "I feel really at home here. People ask me aren't you homesick? No, I'm having the time of my life!" PICKING A QUEEN--Ken Smith (center) emcees competition for Queen of N. Haverhill Fair. * Phone complo (continued from page 1 ) customers for toll charges on in-town Newbury calls. "Check your phone bills. We encourage people to prove to the PSB there is a problem in this area," POWR Valley said. ,'The la6 can fo the phone company to refund our money, and stop charging us for in-town calls," it added. "It is important that you at- tend because the phone company claims there is no problem," POWR Valley said .................... INRIOR & mloR O MAINE WITH THE fiNEST NEW iIHLAND CULtlT MADE IN OUR OWN N.H. FACTORY -- SOLD -TO-YOU -- O LINSEED 01L-BASES OLD FASHIONED ALL FIRST QUALITY ALL FAMOUS NAMES 8TRAHAN -- 8CHUMACHER BIRGE -- WALLTEX -- ffrc. ONE COAT HIDING FLAT FINIal sAvt 60% UP 10 OFF BOOK pItlCtS SHEEP IN THE MEADOW--They're waiting to enter parade at N. Haverhill Fair. MARCHING TOGETHER--Woodsville Engineers in parade at N. Haverhill Fair. Wentworth cheif quits police job WENTWORTH--Thomas that the board and he did not Wolfe, recently appointed see eye-to-eye on certain in- police chief, resigned his ternal matters. It is believed position at last week's that the main problem dealt Selectmen's Meeting. with the app.ntment of Apparently Wolfe's actions deputies. came as a result of the fact Wolfe is interested in another position in police WebMr  work. has new books WENTWORTH--The Book- mobile was at the Webster Memorial Library Monday so there are a number of dif- ferent titles available. Some new books are "A Life in Our Time" by John Kenneth Galleraith; "The National Geographic Romance of the Sea" a Pillsbury book; The Woman's Day "Best Vegetable Recipes" and the Rumney Fire Auxiliary Cook- book. TASKER'S WELL We Need Your Business Our Business Is Going In The Hole. 942-5581 Northwood, N.H. SAY CHEESE--Vendor at N. Haverhill Vermont eheese--"have some or else." | ON GUARD---Army National Guard role in defense at the N. Haverhill Fair. I PITCHING IN--What's a fair without a fashioned horseshoe pitching contest, like this N. Haverhill Fair. OLD SCHOOL TIF, nFIoat built by Edwin (standing, right), newly elected Historical Society, for N. Haverhill Fair, memorates old Ladd Street School. where Larry (seated, left) taught in 1913. David student. ENTERTAINERS--"Strawberry Farm Bath entertains at N. Haverhill Fair. ii sNOWMOBILES IN Snowmobile Club float in N. Haverhill Fair WINNER--Nancy Hehre of Haverhill won two ROLLING' ALONG--Haverhill senior ribbons in 4-H competition "Still Going Strong," as float in N. at N. Haverhill Fair. attests. Page g-The Journal Opinion-August 5, 1981 Advanced First Aid course set PIERMONT--There will be a contact Lorraine Bush, First meeting at the Piermont Fire Aid Chairman, at 272-4896. Station Aug. 16 at 3 p.m. to plan an Advanced First Aid course for the Lyme, Off, oral, Piermont, Fairlee "and Bradford area for the Fall. If you, or a member of your FAST Squad or your com- munity are interested in participating as an instructor or as a student, please attend this meeting or send a representative. For further information Is the Evangelical Free Church the only true church? CRAFTS FAIR HANOVER--A Crafts Fair including 75 exhibitors will be held at the Hopkin's Center Plaza in Hanover from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Aug. 19 for the benefit of the Upper Valley Development and Training Center. For further in- formation, contact Sally Page at (603) 643-2258 or 448-2077. No, we are only a part of the much larger "body of Christ." We believe: *'That the true church is composed of all such persons who throu8 h savin 8 faith in Jesus Christ have been resenerated by the Holy Spirit and are united tosether in the body of Christ of which He is the head." A local segment of that true church can be found at: Bradford Evangeliml Free Church  ,,',,hip ,et' ire ! I :1.) HI)LTF 5 Sunday School 9:4b I.()WER PI,AIN Iill ,'ick, M. l)iv.. Pastor ( 8112 ) .).r . ...-.qil. 1 rj |1 i Scenes from North Haverhill F PARADE LEADER--"Bunny" Elms and her horse lead the N. Haverhill Fair parade. * Farm calls in plane (continued from page l) and wheat crops despite desperate efforts to head them off with ditches, ropes, stakes and shovels. The early set- tiers, of course, didn't have an aerial spray plane. Reginald White and Grime said the army worm is always present, but multiply rapidly under certain conditions such as a mild winter followed by periods of alternating wet and dry weather, such as the area has been experiencing. The Whites lost five acres of grass to the worms before deciding to spray with a powerful insecticide, parathion. Grime said there should be no danger of the chemical washing into nearby streams because there is enough sod around the sprayed area to absorb the runoff. Parathion requires a waiting period of 12 days after being applied to corn and 15 days to grass before the sprayed area can be entered or the crop fed to COWS. According to early area history books, the Newbury settlers had another army worm scare in 1781 but managed to hold it in check and minimize the damage. Other outbreaks were recorded in the Bradford area in 1938, 1954 and 1964 causing considerable damage. Streets & Coupes [] m August 7th [] [] Friday night M 8 p.m. E] [] Gregg Emeq Memodal Rare E m Trophies by [] Richard Pratt [] [] also featuring B J BIKE RACES . Bazaar [] tcontinued from page 1 )  I Spanish music by the Fyre l,  Lightning COhOrt, folk RAIN DATE SATI S: p.m, SOli" 1 music by Mary Ann Samuels,  Alternate Rain Date s3.50 Adults I puppet show, the St. John- on Sundaf at.o X'OG q.00 Child | sbury Dimland Jazz Band, the Moose Mountain Morris _e 7:30 p.m/, P""'  I Dancers, Cook's Musical ./ ,: V"--  ' I Krauts, a historical exhibit , i   I and Other events' winding up with the Old Time Fiddlers Contest. The annual bazaar, staged by the Cracker Barrel Association, is supported in part by grants from the Vermont Council on the Arts, River's Reach Council of the 00Pe" / Arts, BradfordNationalBank, and Wells River Savings oS=Bradford ' Vermc;m Bank. Proceeds go'for local library, church and school projects. % has RE-OROUPED & P-VALUD matt S CLEARANCE SALE Ldlem Summer SPORTSWEAR SEPARATES Sk.tta - Cotton  - Knt 81aflut -Cheeno Paa - 41 p I( L_DIES TOPS & SKIRTS JERSEYS & SHORTS LADIES JERSEYS DRESSES SWIMSUITS : .u., u,.,  ..U_.  J. , u., 0 rOO Juor  Mlemm Ootlp of  I. Imrt DU on Futnrg ,  Dena doarm LONG SLEEVE TOPS DESIGN'ER DENIM JEANS DAYTIME LADIES S '' FOUNDATION SALE I o,, LADIES 8UNDRESSE8 .owmeooaw , LONG  SHORT ROBE8 ! SUMM White 81.e * JEWELRY HANDBAGS FABRIC 8ALE v..,,m NOW 50% or 50% or 99' o 3 1, Group ( Immm, Name l"m'd  R.ENS SPORTSWEAR leys - D - 6ttrm - Slz - uauim - Bho  - 81uf If&nt. Toddlers 4-6X, ?- 14 so. o b e' Donmoor, lind Moz, AFS student has birthday party BRADFORD--A birthday party was held July 27 for Alison Brierley of Ngongotaha, New Zealand. About 35 people gathered at the home of Ralph and Hope Clough to celebrate the 18th birthday of Bradford's newest American Field Service student, who is living with Ron, Colleen, Cherie and Jamie Tomlinson for the coming year. The guests also had the opportunity to meet Oxbow High School's new French teacher and AFS student club advisor, Annick Leymarie. She is from southern France and is looking forward to teaching at Oxbow. OPEN HOUSE CORINTH--The Corinth- Topsham pre-school has in- vited parents and interested persons to an open house, Aug. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the librat room at U-36. Refreshments will be served. FLAGBEARERS--Members of Haverhill Memorial Post of the VFW march in N. Haverhill Fair parade. * New Zea/and {continued from page ! ot Rotorua) -- really small -- with only one little-shop. I associated Bradford with that. Then I arrived here on the highway and saw all the shops and said, "Wow! It's not so tiny after all !" Alison said. On a world map that's printed in New Zealand, is New Zealand on the top or bottom? "We are always on the bottom. I don't know why. You could easi turn it up--it wouldn't upset anything to turn it up," she said. Is she homesick yet? "I feel really at home here. People ask me aren't you homesick? No, I'm having the time of my life!" PICKING A QUEEN--Ken Smith (center) emcees competition for Queen of N. Haverhill Fair. * Phone complo (continued from page 1 ) customers for toll charges on in-town Newbury calls. "Check your phone bills. We encourage people to prove to the PSB there is a problem in this area," POWR Valley said. ,'The la6 can fo the phone company to refund our money, and stop charging us for in-town calls," it added. "It is important that you at- tend because the phone company claims there is no problem," POWR Valley said .................... INRIOR & mloR O MAINE WITH THE fiNEST NEW iIHLAND CULtlT MADE IN OUR OWN N.H. FACTORY -- SOLD -TO-YOU -- O LINSEED 01L-BASES OLD FASHIONED ALL FIRST QUALITY ALL FAMOUS NAMES 8TRAHAN -- 8CHUMACHER BIRGE -- WALLTEX -- ffrc. ONE COAT HIDING FLAT FINIal sAvt 60% UP 10 OFF BOOK pItlCtS SHEEP IN THE MEADOW--They're waiting to enter parade at N. Haverhill Fair. MARCHING TOGETHER--Woodsville Engineers in parade at N. Haverhill Fair. Wentworth cheif quits police job WENTWORTH--Thomas that the board and he did not Wolfe, recently appointed see eye-to-eye on certain in- police chief, resigned his ternal matters. It is believed position at last week's that the main problem dealt Selectmen's Meeting. with the app.ntment of Apparently Wolfe's actions deputies. came as a result of the fact Wolfe is interested in another position in police WebMr  work. has new books WENTWORTH--The Book- mobile was at the Webster Memorial Library Monday so there are a number of dif- ferent titles available. Some new books are "A Life in Our Time" by John Kenneth Galleraith; "The National Geographic Romance of the Sea" a Pillsbury book; The Woman's Day "Best Vegetable Recipes" and the Rumney Fire Auxiliary Cook- book. TASKER'S WELL We Need Your Business Our Business Is Going In The Hole. 942-5581 Northwood, N.H. SAY CHEESE--Vendor at N. Haverhill Vermont eheese--"have some or else." | ON GUARD---Army National Guard role in defense at the N. Haverhill Fair. I PITCHING IN--What's a fair without a fashioned horseshoe pitching contest, like this N. Haverhill Fair. OLD SCHOOL TIF, nFIoat built by Edwin (standing, right), newly elected Historical Society, for N. Haverhill Fair, memorates old Ladd Street School. where Larry (seated, left) taught in 1913. David student. ENTERTAINERS--"Strawberry Farm Bath entertains at N. Haverhill Fair. ii sNOWMOBILES IN Snowmobile Club float in N. Haverhill Fair WINNER--Nancy Hehre of Haverhill won two ROLLING' ALONG--Haverhill senior ribbons in 4-H competition "Still Going Strong," as float in N. at N. Haverhill Fair. attests.