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August 19, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 Bouras (center) is featured as the Green Mountain Guild's production of at the Junction Playhouse in White River starting at 8 p.m. each evening. Teen Pageant contestants s Teen All American announced that finals for New and Vermont have for the first of October: The be hosted in a must be bet- of 14 and 17 as of 'They must be of the state in which COmpeting, never married nor have will be judged ring categories: personality, Ppearance and in community activities. There is of the Miss Teen New Hampshire and Miss Teen Vermont titles will receive a cash award, crown, trophy, sash and an all- expense paid trip to the national pageant in Miami Beach where they will stay at the Konover Hotel from Nov. 18-21. The winner of that title will receive $5,000 in savings bonds, a fur jacket and many other prizes. The reigning Miss Teen All American is Sue Waiters of Chamblee, Ga. For more information about the Miss Teen All American Pageant state finals, write to Miss Teen All American Pageant; 94 Nichols Street; Lewiston, Maine 04240 or phone (207) 784-9446 days and (207) 933-4282 evenings and weekends. Barn.Museum Thetford will open Barn-Museum Aug. 23, is on Rte. 113 This opening this includes of the various used in the a horse large steam one-cylinder engine, an mill electrical tad relics of the mills. Among an up-and-down a mill on saw mills greatest im- early settlers possible for out of their log with hand- covered with In Thetford the the first School first church thins. There is s and of clippings mills which ng or are to open being rebuilt. Another exhibit shows varied and interesting objects which have been dug up by Thetford citizens and presented to the Society. These include fireplace cooking implements, hand forged hinges, door latches, a soapstone inkwell, part of a musical instrument, and other items. This is in addition to the regular collections which include post office, country store fittings and carpenter's, cooper's, tinsmith's, cob- bier's, wheelwright's, and blacksmith's tools A recent gift to the Society is a part of a row of horsesheds which belonged to the Timothy Frost Methodist Church of Thetford Center. In earlier days when church members drove there in buggies or carriages, the horses were sheltered in these sheds while their owners were attending the service inside the church. The Society plans to reerect these sheds on the Museum lot where they will be used to shelter some of the vehicles which are now crowded into the barn. 24 HOUR EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE Antiques show set in The.tford THETFORD--Latham Memorial Library in Thetford will sponsor its first antique show and sale Saturday, Aug. 22, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Thetford Elementary School. Admission is a $1.50 donation to benefit the Latham Library's book and program funds. Marjorie Barry of N. Haverhill is managing the show which will feature a wide selection of antiques from 33 dealers from Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, and New Jersey. They will be selling promitives, folk art, country furniture, glass, china, tools, tin, pewter, brass, ironware, rare books, clothing, and antique jewelry. Dealers from the extended Upper Valley area include: Marge Barry, N. Haverhill; Barntiques, Woodsville; The Buttermold, Thetford Center; Mary O. Chestnut, Barnard; The Cracked Plate, Littleton; Helen Gunn, New London; Estelle Jacobson, Reading; Peter Keyes, Newbury; The Village Farm, Lyme Center; and The Woodshed, Wood- stock. Dealers will be displaying their merchandise both inside the gymnasium and on the field behind the elementary school. A luncheon and snacks prepared by Friends of the Library will be served under Thetford Auctioneer Herhie Gray's tent. Posters for the event were designed by John Scofford. Planning the show for the library were Gladys Boyd, Judy Huling, Bob Jaccaud, Jean Knight, Ruth Mattison, Arnold Morse, Chet Palmer, Ann Scotford, Marilyn Sturman, Susan Voake, Christine Warner and Beth Young. Electrical work by David Haughter. For further information call Susan Voake, (802) 785-2837. Odetta to sing at St. Johnsbu. ST. JOHN- SBURY--Catamount Concerts will present a live per- formance by the prominent folk and blues musician, Odetta, at 8 p.m. Aug. 28, at Fuller Hall, St. Johnsbury Academy. The show will be Odetta's only area conce this year. Vermont folk singer Jan Gailmor will open the program. Odetta has been active in the American music scene for the last 30 years. Born in Birmingham, Ala., in 1930, the black songstress has played at clubs and concert halls all over the world including New York's Carnegie Hall. She performed her first television special during the late 1950's with Pete Seeger and Harry Belafonte, who actively supported the development of her career during the following years. "Odetta has had a vast influence on me and on American cultural life," commented Belafonte." She possesses that fine un- derstanding of a song's meaning that transforms it from a melody into a dramatic experience." Odetta's repertoire includes a wide range of American traditional, folk, gospel, blues, and contemporary music. "In school you learn about American history through battles and dates," she said recently. "But I learned about the United States and its people through their music, through the songs that I sing." Reserved seat tickets for the Odetta concert are available at Northern Lights Bookshop, St. Johnsbury; Artful Lodger, Lyndonville; Woodknot Books, Newport; Village Bookstore, Littleton; Nor- Randolph will honor Morgan horse breeder RANDOLPH--Justin Morgan Music for the parade will be Day, honoring an important pioneer citizen, will include a parade of Morgan horses, a talk by author Betty Bandel and the singing of music composed by Morgan during his lifetime The events will take place Aug. 30. Morgan came to Randolph in 1788. He was town clerk for a time, a singing master and school teacher, as well as the man who introduced the Morgan breed of horses to America. All owners of Morgan horses, purebred or not, are invited to join the parade of Morgans at 2 p.m. Carriages and conveyances are welcome. Gov. Dearie C. Davis will appear in the parade, and at its conclusion will lay a wreath at Morgan's grave in the Center cemetery. LYME SCHOOL LYME--The Lyme School Board will meet at 7:30 p.m. \\;Aug. 20 at the Lyme School to discuss matters including election of a music teacher, establishment of salary and job description for assistant principal, discussion of the feasibility of relocating Conant Hall subcommittee report on playground organization, report on school transportation routes and stops, and receipt of financial reports. provided by the Green Mountain. Regiment Fife & Drum Corps. A concert and drill on the common will follow. Author Betty Bandel will speak at a program at the church at 3 p.m. In her recent book, Bandel has uncovered important new information on Morgan's life. A group of Sacred Ltarp singers will render several of the tunes composed by Morgan Leonard Spencer of Cabot is arranging the musical program. The tribute to Morgan is being sponsored by the Randolph Town Bicentennial Committee. There is no ad- mission charge. ItEALTll CENTER The Mt. Moosilauke Health Center is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-5 p.m., and on Saturdays from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-7 p.m. A blood pressure clinic is held on the first and third Thursdays of the month and the first Friday of the month from 6-7 p.m. An immunization clinic is held the first Thursday of the month from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Dr. Brentwood is at the clinic the second and fourth Fridays of the month; call for ap- pointments. Ambassadors to perform in concert at Norwich N O R W I C H--T h e Cajun music, the door. Admission will be members), family rate $10., Ambassadors will perform Jon Cooper, whose fiddle adults $4.50 ($3.50 for Muskeg senior citizens and children $2. i music from such diverse music has been described as traditions as classic jazz, "swirling brilliantly" through string band swing, Anglo-American dance tunes, Macedonian folk dance and also sings and plays guitar, vaudeville in a concert dobro and banjolin. He has a sponsored by Muskeg Music solo recording out on Rooster Aug. 22 at 8 p.m., in the Records. Norwich Congregational Bau Graves, on button Church. accordion, guitar, ukulele, Each member of thequartet bass, dobro and vocals, is a contributes a unique in- master of Tex-Mex tunes and fluence. Beth Borgerhoff, on vaudeville novelties. accordion, piano, recorder Creighton Lindsay adds his and vocals, brings a strong expertise in blues and court- knowledge of Balkan and try. He also sings and plays guitar, tenor banjo and bass. The Ambassadors are members of The New England Regional Touring Program INSECT PROGRAM and "Outreach," which is THETFORD HILL-- A sponsored by Maine's Arts program on forest insects and and Humanities Program. diseases will be held at the During their tours they often Bicentennial Building on add the indigenous music of Thetford Hill at 8 p.m. Aug. 26 the regions they visit to their with Ron Kelly, resources repertoire. protection specialist for the They blend the music of Vermont Department of many cultures. Forests and Parks, as the The concert will be spon- speaker. Admission is free. sored in part by The New The program is sponsored by England Foundation for the the Thetford Library Assn. Arts. Tickets will be on sale at t"'""""u'"mc""c" )j adfo. yr. JSovrs: 9AM-SPM Nd-r_ "'h_ .... A We have the largest selection of children's clothing in the .... . Northeast Kingdom back to school ,.lf WITH Reading, 'Riting 'n ' 'Rithmetic ... It's Schooltime/ Dress your boys and girls in clothes by [ HEALTH-TEX... I like these.., for durability, comfort, and lots of pure ,,', and simple fashion. "-.:, Children's , Department.. ii .\\;i. (-: . Toddlers , ,_ Infants, too/ j /i USE YOUR amjF ,. JPl OPEN FRIDAY :2:22:, ff/veF ',ops .,g.j.2, St. Jollnsbury, Vt . Wooclsvillo, NH Dodge and participating Dodge dealers fight high interest rates by contributing s300 to *700 back in cash. Direct from Dodge. lbu can keep the cash or apply it to your down payment when yon buy or lease a new '81 in donk. 6el $300 bad( on Dodge Omni and 024 (except Misers); $500 back on Aries K; $300 heok on all Mitsubishi Imports; $500 to $700 Imok on Ram Tough  trucks, (except vans.) Plus your qualifying dealer has factory incentives that can save you hundreds more on many models, See how Dodge beat the competition in price even before clearance and The IMered 01my ahdke 2-er. lhk. * $ Ul IklmJeOmp 2-gr. CoWe SlmU" $ 6o3 thern Lights Music, Littleton; County Mental Health Buch Spierler, Montpelier; and at the door. For more FREE 1-800-622-4244 informationcal1633-2603. Dodge Omni  B R A l IEq 61)TRgl Nra t ion *$ _f__ .ld.  for the Community College of 25 Vermont will be held at Oxbow IF,  Highl fromSChlT-9 p.m.in Bradford Sept. 41 , Dodge Aries K 41 2500, Dodp Ram 150 Pickup 18a, r ' mileage will probaty be IOW Use EPA es m u o or corn atlon Yo weath condittons aad trip len0th Actual htghway f P0 q P ur mileage may dffe depending on speed, We've nt the fac4ml" backing ARTESIAN NEW ARRIVAL WELL CO. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Birtz of  ince 1930 Bath are the parents of a baby "-- " bipd sak of tl 0 N eo2 112 son,Hospitalborn andAUg" 6 atweighingCottagesix 'ro out to maIw this our $ OVOI00 Must take delivery by Aug. 31, IH1. See your partieipaliug dealer for full details. Walker Motor Sales, Inc. Dartmouth College Road 603.747-3389 Woodsville, N.H. IL clothing care center delivery service Phone 444-2742 Call collect. SEARS ROEBUCK, Woodsvilte, N.H. WELLS RIVER LANORoMAT. Wells River, Vt. PIKE STORE, Pike, N.H. McLAM's STORE, E. Corinth, Vt. FAIRLEE GENERAL. Foirlee, Vt. ORFOROVILLE STORE. Orfordville, N.H August 19, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 Bouras (center) is featured as the Green Mountain Guild's production of at the Junction Playhouse in White River starting at 8 p.m. each evening. Teen Pageant contestants s Teen All American announced that finals for New and Vermont have for the first of October: The be hosted in a must be bet- of 14 and 17 as of 'They must be of the state in which COmpeting, never married nor have will be judged ring categories: personality, Ppearance and in community activities. There is of the Miss Teen New Hampshire and Miss Teen Vermont titles will receive a cash award, crown, trophy, sash and an all- expense paid trip to the national pageant in Miami Beach where they will stay at the Konover Hotel from Nov. 18-21. The winner of that title will receive $5,000 in savings bonds, a fur jacket and many other prizes. The reigning Miss Teen All American is Sue Waiters of Chamblee, Ga. For more information about the Miss Teen All American Pageant state finals, write to Miss Teen All American Pageant; 94 Nichols Street; Lewiston, Maine 04240 or phone (207) 784-9446 days and (207) 933-4282 evenings and weekends. Barn.Museum Thetford will open Barn-Museum Aug. 23, is on Rte. 113 This opening this includes of the various used in the a horse large steam one-cylinder engine, an mill electrical tad relics of the mills. Among an up-and-down a mill on saw mills greatest im- early settlers possible for out of their log with hand- covered with In Thetford the the first School first church thins. There is s and of clippings mills which ng or are to open being rebuilt. Another exhibit shows varied and interesting objects which have been dug up by Thetford citizens and presented to the Society. These include fireplace cooking implements, hand forged hinges, door latches, a soapstone inkwell, part of a musical instrument, and other items. This is in addition to the regular collections which include post office, country store fittings and carpenter's, cooper's, tinsmith's, cob- bier's, wheelwright's, and blacksmith's tools A recent gift to the Society is a part of a row of horsesheds which belonged to the Timothy Frost Methodist Church of Thetford Center. In earlier days when church members drove there in buggies or carriages, the horses were sheltered in these sheds while their owners were attending the service inside the church. The Society plans to reerect these sheds on the Museum lot where they will be used to shelter some of the vehicles which are now crowded into the barn. 24 HOUR EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE Antiques show set in The.tford THETFORD--Latham Memorial Library in Thetford will sponsor its first antique show and sale Saturday, Aug. 22, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Thetford Elementary School. Admission is a $1.50 donation to benefit the Latham Library's book and program funds. Marjorie Barry of N. Haverhill is managing the show which will feature a wide selection of antiques from 33 dealers from Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, and New Jersey. They will be selling promitives, folk art, country furniture, glass, china, tools, tin, pewter, brass, ironware, rare books, clothing, and antique jewelry. Dealers from the extended Upper Valley area include: Marge Barry, N. Haverhill; Barntiques, Woodsville; The Buttermold, Thetford Center; Mary O. Chestnut, Barnard; The Cracked Plate, Littleton; Helen Gunn, New London; Estelle Jacobson, Reading; Peter Keyes, Newbury; The Village Farm, Lyme Center; and The Woodshed, Wood- stock. Dealers will be displaying their merchandise both inside the gymnasium and on the field behind the elementary school. A luncheon and snacks prepared by Friends of the Library will be served under Thetford Auctioneer Herhie Gray's tent. Posters for the event were designed by John Scofford. Planning the show for the library were Gladys Boyd, Judy Huling, Bob Jaccaud, Jean Knight, Ruth Mattison, Arnold Morse, Chet Palmer, Ann Scotford, Marilyn Sturman, Susan Voake, Christine Warner and Beth Young. Electrical work by David Haughter. For further information call Susan Voake, (802) 785-2837. Odetta to sing at St. Johnsbu. ST. JOHN- SBURY--Catamount Concerts will present a live per- formance by the prominent folk and blues musician, Odetta, at 8 p.m. Aug. 28, at Fuller Hall, St. Johnsbury Academy. The show will be Odetta's only area conce this year. Vermont folk singer Jan Gailmor will open the program. Odetta has been active in the American music scene for the last 30 years. Born in Birmingham, Ala., in 1930, the black songstress has played at clubs and concert halls all over the world including New York's Carnegie Hall. She performed her first television special during the late 1950's with Pete Seeger and Harry Belafonte, who actively supported the development of her career during the following years. "Odetta has had a vast influence on me and on American cultural life," commented Belafonte." She possesses that fine un- derstanding of a song's meaning that transforms it from a melody into a dramatic experience." Odetta's repertoire includes a wide range of American traditional, folk, gospel, blues, and contemporary music. "In school you learn about American history through battles and dates," she said recently. "But I learned about the United States and its people through their music, through the songs that I sing." Reserved seat tickets for the Odetta concert are available at Northern Lights Bookshop, St. Johnsbury; Artful Lodger, Lyndonville; Woodknot Books, Newport; Village Bookstore, Littleton; Nor- Randolph will honor Morgan horse breeder RANDOLPH--Justin Morgan Music for the parade will be Day, honoring an important pioneer citizen, will include a parade of Morgan horses, a talk by author Betty Bandel and the singing of music composed by Morgan during his lifetime The events will take place Aug. 30. Morgan came to Randolph in 1788. He was town clerk for a time, a singing master and school teacher, as well as the man who introduced the Morgan breed of horses to America. All owners of Morgan horses, purebred or not, are invited to join the parade of Morgans at 2 p.m. Carriages and conveyances are welcome. Gov. Dearie C. Davis will appear in the parade, and at its conclusion will lay a wreath at Morgan's grave in the Center cemetery. LYME SCHOOL LYME--The Lyme School Board will meet at 7:30 p.m. \\;Aug. 20 at the Lyme School to discuss matters including election of a music teacher, establishment of salary and job description for assistant principal, discussion of the feasibility of relocating Conant Hall subcommittee report on playground organization, report on school transportation routes and stops, and receipt of financial reports. provided by the Green Mountain. Regiment Fife & Drum Corps. A concert and drill on the common will follow. Author Betty Bandel will speak at a program at the church at 3 p.m. In her recent book, Bandel has uncovered important new information on Morgan's life. A group of Sacred Ltarp singers will render several of the tunes composed by Morgan Leonard Spencer of Cabot is arranging the musical program. The tribute to Morgan is being sponsored by the Randolph Town Bicentennial Committee. There is no ad- mission charge. ItEALTll CENTER The Mt. Moosilauke Health Center is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-5 p.m., and on Saturdays from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-7 p.m. A blood pressure clinic is held on the first and third Thursdays of the month and the first Friday of the month from 6-7 p.m. An immunization clinic is held the first Thursday of the month from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Dr. Brentwood is at the clinic the second and fourth Fridays of the month; call for ap- pointments. Ambassadors to perform in concert at Norwich N O R W I C H--T h e Cajun music, the door. Admission will be members), family rate $10., Ambassadors will perform Jon Cooper, whose fiddle adults $4.50 ($3.50 for Muskeg senior citizens and children $2. i music from such diverse music has been described as traditions as classic jazz, "swirling brilliantly" through string band swing, Anglo-American dance tunes, Macedonian folk dance and also sings and plays guitar, vaudeville in a concert dobro and banjolin. He has a sponsored by Muskeg Music solo recording out on Rooster Aug. 22 at 8 p.m., in the Records. Norwich Congregational Bau Graves, on button Church. accordion, guitar, ukulele, Each member of thequartet bass, dobro and vocals, is a contributes a unique in- master of Tex-Mex tunes and fluence. Beth Borgerhoff, on vaudeville novelties. accordion, piano, recorder Creighton Lindsay adds his and vocals, brings a strong expertise in blues and court- knowledge of Balkan and try. He also sings and plays guitar, tenor banjo and bass. The Ambassadors are members of The New England Regional Touring Program INSECT PROGRAM and "Outreach," which is THETFORD HILL-- A sponsored by Maine's Arts program on forest insects and and Humanities Program. diseases will be held at the During their tours they often Bicentennial Building on add the indigenous music of Thetford Hill at 8 p.m. Aug. 26 the regions they visit to their with Ron Kelly, resources repertoire. protection specialist for the They blend the music of Vermont Department of many cultures. Forests and Parks, as the The concert will be spon- speaker. Admission is free. sored in part by The New The program is sponsored by England Foundation for the the Thetford Library Assn. Arts. Tickets will be on sale at t"'""""u'"mc""c" )j adfo. yr. JSovrs: 9AM-SPM Nd-r_ "'h_ .... A We have the largest selection of children's clothing in the .... . Northeast Kingdom back to school ,.lf WITH Reading, 'Riting 'n ' 'Rithmetic ... It's Schooltime/ Dress your boys and girls in clothes by [ HEALTH-TEX... I like these.., for durability, comfort, and lots of pure ,,', and simple fashion. "-.:, Children's , Department.. ii .\\;i. (-: . Toddlers , ,_ Infants, too/ j /i USE YOUR amjF ,. JPl OPEN FRIDAY :2:22:, ff/veF ',ops .,g.j.2, St. Jollnsbury, Vt . Wooclsvillo, NH Dodge and participating Dodge dealers fight high interest rates by contributing s300 to *700 back in cash. Direct from Dodge. lbu can keep the cash or apply it to your down payment when yon buy or lease a new '81 in donk. 6el $300 bad( on Dodge Omni and 024 (except Misers); $500 back on Aries K; $300 heok on all Mitsubishi Imports; $500 to $700 Imok on Ram Tough  trucks, (except vans.) Plus your qualifying dealer has factory incentives that can save you hundreds more on many models, See how Dodge beat the competition in price even before clearance and The IMered 01my ahdke 2-er. lhk. * $ Ul IklmJeOmp 2-gr. CoWe SlmU" $ 6o3 thern Lights Music, Littleton; County Mental Health Buch Spierler, Montpelier; and at the door. For more FREE 1-800-622-4244 informationcal1633-2603. Dodge Omni  B R A l IEq 61)TRgl Nra t ion *$ _f__ .ld.  for the Community College of 25 Vermont will be held at Oxbow IF,  Highl fromSChlT-9 p.m.in Bradford Sept. 41 , Dodge Aries K 41 2500, Dodp Ram 150 Pickup 18a, r ' mileage will probaty be IOW Use EPA es m u o or corn atlon Yo weath condittons aad trip len0th Actual htghway f P0 q P ur mileage may dffe depending on speed, We've nt the fac4ml" backing ARTESIAN NEW ARRIVAL WELL CO. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Birtz of  ince 1930 Bath are the parents of a baby "-- " bipd sak of tl 0 N eo2 112 son,Hospitalborn andAUg" 6 atweighingCottagesix 'ro out to maIw this our $ OVOI00 Must take delivery by Aug. 31, IH1. See your partieipaliug dealer for full details. Walker Motor Sales, Inc. Dartmouth College Road 603.747-3389 Woodsville, N.H. IL clothing care center delivery service Phone 444-2742 Call collect. SEARS ROEBUCK, Woodsvilte, N.H. WELLS RIVER LANORoMAT. Wells River, Vt. PIKE STORE, Pike, N.H. McLAM's STORE, E. Corinth, Vt. FAIRLEE GENERAL. Foirlee, Vt. ORFOROVILLE STORE. Orfordville, N.H