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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-September I, 1982 Bus routes announced Bradford schools BRADFORD-- BUS routes STOPS- 6:4S Dempsoy, Kelby, AIk3rd, 6ARHET HEBll -- IIUS NO. 3 -- NEWRURY elementm'y school and proceeds South on begins its route at the elementary school and serving Oxbow High School Oliver (Emerson, Merdsm), Intersection T.R. - The bus begins its run at the Newbury 35 and Swamp Rood |T.R, 2) {Wdch, CentroischonlondproceedsNerthonRouteS and Bradford Elementary Emerson, Oemick), Emerson (Ralph Emerson, to Wells River. At Wells River it proceeds School have been announ(y Coliey), Spooner, Soociar (Welch), Bailey, West on Route 302 to the jonction of T .R. 4 by the ()range East Super- Smeed, Sidney (Ookmen), Flennigon, Wilson, and Route 302. Here the bus turns around, Wheeler(Alton), ond Whltmon. and proceeds East to the jctlen of the visory Union. The following is 7:s3- Hewbury Elementary School, Cooks, Leighton Hill Rood (T.R. 7) and Rome 302. a listing of the bus routes and ester, Whiter, Gow, Serf. Rothbucn The bus proceeds SOUTh on the Leighton Hill the approximate times of (Renfrew), Dovisea, Randall (casile), and Rood (T.R. 7) to theiunction of T.R. 4. Here Jarry, it turns East on T.R. 4 to the elementary arrival at each destination. KEN WILCN - I NO. I - NI[WRURY - This bus route begins at the residence of the driver, Ken Welch, in Newbury Villege (Route S) and then proceeds Nerlheast up Sowrll Hill Rood (T,R. 4) and continues on T,R 4 to T.R. 45. it then turns South On T.R. 6 North Rood At the iunction of Fuller Hiil Rood (T.R. 40) the bus turns West onto the Fuller Hi(I Road. It then goes South on T.R. 41 to the Oliver residence. Here it turns around and goes back Nerth to Swamp Rood T.R. 2. Turning right on Swamp Rood it cominues North to the Jefferson Hill Turn (T,R 21 ) It goes South over Jefferson Hilt and then Eest Onto T,R. 14 to the iction of the Scotch Hoflow Rood (T.R. 4), It proceeds South on Scotch Hollow Rood to Nowbury Ceater taking TR. 6 around MoyettWs turn oud then hack onto T.R. 4. The bus turns South onto the Hogs Pond Rood (T.R, 49) nd aronnd at Whitmons'. The bus proceeds North to Scotch - Hollow Rood (T.R, 4), The bus then proceeds to He Eimentary School and then to Oxbow wih +.,gh. school students The bus Fficks up high school students on Route S South of Newhury and Bredfocd students near the 11:10- Oxbow. scbeot. The bus makes o second trip South on Route 5 to South Newbury, picking up STP/E ROGERS - BUS NO. 2 - elementary students and returns to the NIWIRT - This bus route bngms at the elementary school. residence of the driver, Steve Rogers, on STOPS- 7:00 Carson, Ptacey, Welch, Leete, Rogers' Hilt (T.R. 67) and proceeds Horth to IIsley (Rt. 302, Weglarz, Titus), Junction West Newbury (T.R. 72). FromWest Nev#ou Ryegote Comers Rood, Leete, Royce, Turtle, the bus proceeds Northwest on the North Powers, Blodgett, Mands, Hobb's Comer, Rood (TR, 6) to the Junction of Haviioud Thornton, Page, Colbeth, and Junction T.R. Rood (T.R. 47) and turns oro. It comes 28 and T.R, 4 (Bertrand, Cushing, Fruppe). Southeest to the junction of Snake Road (T.R, 8:05- Element School, Cooks, White, $8). The bus then proceeds East on T.R. 58 to Mertin, Reafrew, and Smit. the jtion of T,R. 56 and to Pooch Four g:!5-- ElemeatarySchool. Corners, At the corners it goes South on T,R. SO by the dump and reloins tl'e Sneke Rood ALI(E STO(:IKWELL - Ills NO. 4 - (T.R, 58) and then proceeds South to Route ($ouh load geete Im;riptlee, gredferd) -- 5. At the junction of Route S it turns North The bus begins its route at the residence of and proceeds to the elementary school. From the driver, Alice Stockwell and proceeds West the elementary school the bus tokes the high on South Road (LR. 9) to Hons's, where it schootstudentstoOxbaw, turns around and comes back East to the STOPS- 7:10 Rogers, Jerrell (Putnam, Kunz, junction of T,R. 28, The bus goes South on Chubbuck), Ansley (Holmes, Woodards), T.R. 28 to Welch's end turns around. It then Haviiond, Corffon (Wheeler), Snake Road & goes North to South Road and continues to the West Newbury intersection {Urquhert), junction of T.R. 31 (Brook Road). The bus Wheeler, Peech FourComers(Ayrs, Huntoon, goes East on Brook Road (T.R. 31) to Pickness), Calths, Ertles (Wiltram. CeRes, Cucumber Corners. At Cucumber Corners it Royston+ Gilson), and Colbeths (Page). turns North on T.R. 35 and proceeds to South 7:$$-- Hewbucy Elementary chool and Road. It turns East at the iunction and Ehacfferd-Hewbury town line. Oxbow. proceeds down South Rood to Route 25, The bus then proceeds to Oxbow. llllllllillllllllll "="=I STOPS- 7:20 Stockwell, Robert's Farm Road VACUUM CLEANER"00 ! ++, Osedchey, Trolonewski), Tilletson, Thurston, Work, Hoes, Welch (Curto, Kidder), Nin, Kulikowski, Eckmon, Miller, Long, I 4 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 1 .,,k 00sho 8,xb, Fa. +.ch,. Kidder Road Intersection (Fogg, Morse, Cell J DePab 1.603.448-3787 1 HurlbertSleePer' (Grant,Hyt' Rothburn).KingurY* Dudley), and SALFS & SERVICE SAC,S & SUPPLIES. / 7:43- Junction South Road oud Brook Road (Benjamin, Broinerd). lmmg"=!m"="="=mmmmmm"="="=mmmmmmmmmm 7:$s- Oxbow. ooo_oooo-ooo-a--ooo00 wp. ,,, $1rool[W$ - BUS .. 4 -- (Elemontsry Vlhge lee Ooecriptbn, elementary school and proceed South on Main Street, taming onto Wright's Avenue. The bu Goshen Road. It will then 9o West on Goshen " Rood to High Street. The bus will go South on High Street to South Main Street, then proceed North on South Maim Street tO Main AW Street, and then to the Elementary Schonl. STOPS- 8:00 Corner Wright's Avenue and ARTESIAN WELL CO. .o.h Main Street, Wood, 8Fen, Lower Water inc ! 930 Box, and Fire Station. 8:1 $ -- Bradford Academy, 176, bdmmm, NJI. 14182-0011| ,,c, w.,, _ ,u, ,o., - ...,,, MOUNTAIN (butt 2$-Reete Desceiptieo, Chelsea Road, just below Johnson Saw Mill )OO0@ OOOe and proceeds North to Route 25. It goes West on Route 25 to the "cattle shed" to turn around. Then the bus turns North onto Fleader's Brook Rood (T.R. 8) and proceeds to Wright's Mountain Rood (T.R. I1). After BACK TO SCHOOL CLO111ES mokingtbeionp, tt goes back to Route 2S and proceeds East to Cassvige. The bus turns West on Derfin 0 Road (T.R. 23) out to Clonks, where it turns around. Then it proceeds East For HJ[h Schwa, to Route25ondcontinuesEosttothejunction Grade ,00hool & Cdlep on Fmm00 00a.s of Routes 25 and 25B. It turns North on Route 258 and proceeds to" the high school. After leaving off the high school students this bus goes North on Route S, turning West onto ue are Devehapment, Here it turns around and picks up elementary students Route S North of Bradford between Blue Sproce and the elementary school. STOPS- 7:15 Walker, Johnson, O'Donnetl, Fisk, Erwin, Land, Tucker, Cossville (at the Thurstos, CIo, Locke), Cidrks (Cranmer, Welch), Pope (Carrier), Riverside Store (Tullor, Pusbee, ing), Carbee, Fbery (MClintockl, and Intersection High Street (Towies, Mann, tlsley), 8:00-- Oxbow High Schoot, and Blue SOroce (Knop, Fay, Ooflin, Mercier, Sbocn, oh:h), Hozen. 8:10-- Bradford Elementary School. pAT -- IIl I1. 6 -- (Lmw I leete, IIrlferd) -- The bus leaves the DELIVER MORE! SO YOU'LL GET RESULTS! EXPANDED CIRCULATION U p To 46,000 Circulation Route S to the Martin Farm On Route S. Here proceeds West on Fairground Road to Goshen it turns oround and comes North on Route S to Rood. It continues to make the loop on the intersection of Routes 5 and 25 The bus Goshen Rxl, coming back into the vi#lage, proceeds East on Rte. 2S to Lerkins, and turning on North Pleasant Street, It proceeds turns around. The bus then proceeds West on to Route 5 and Main Street by way of Bank Rte. 25, through the intersection, to the Street and continues to Oxbow High School junction of Routes 25 and 2SB. It turns North and Bradford Elementary School. on Rte. 2SB, and proceeds toOxbow, STOPS- 7:15 Dobbins, Lavkb Nosse, Rogers" STOPS- 8:45 Pikes, Town Form Rd. and T.R. Hill Intersection (T.R, 5), NLam, Goshen 4S intersection, Smton (Carliss), O'Dell, Church Road Intersection (T.R. 6),Stockman, Pushee, Martin (torn around), and Welch's Achilles, Ledwith, Hines, Tarbax Rood Traitor Pork. Intersection (T.R. 20), 8ourget, Trailer Pork, $:!0--Soddtebock. Serrentino, Williams, Mink Hill Rood (T.R. 8:15-- Oxbow, 2SL and SO. Pleasant St. (High Schoo only). 7:35-- Oxbow, PAT THUUSTON -- BUS NO, i -- (# 7:40-- dford Elementary School. Reed Description, llo'edfo) -- The bus 'e. Thetford Academy beeins 16400 year THETFORD-- Thetford Illinois. She comes toThetford Academy opened its 164th with six years of teaching year with convocation on experience. Monday, August 30 with an anticipated enrollment of 291 students in grades seven through 12, according to Frederick G. Torrey, head- master, Two new members have joined the teaching and ad- ministrative staff. Mrs. Nancy Kwoh, of Lebanon, N.H., is directing the school choral groups and teaching vocal and piano music for three periods a day. Mrs. Kwoh earned her bachelor of arts degree in music education at Augustana College, Rock Island, Ill, and a Master's degree in choral music from the University of Mrs. Charlotte Huntington, of Fairlee, takes over the responsibilities of Academy Secretary from Mrs. Lucille McGranaghan who has served in that position for the past four years. A native of Fairlee and a graduate of Orford High School, Mrs. Huntington brings to the academy over a decade of office experience. Barbara Sorenson of Thetford returns to the faculty as a part-time counsellor while continuing her graduate studies in counselling. All other members of last year's faculty and staff are returning this fall. CROSS ROADS by CONNIE DUNLAP Administrative Director Good News BRADFORD-- Cross Roads of Bradford, Inc. is a non-profit community volunteer program for kids. Our primary focus is on the 8 to 13 age group. Teenagers participate as volunteers and kids 5 to 7 are included in our summer and family programs. Our adult volunteers (over 100 have participated) are of all ages (even some in their 70's) and many talent- s-the main one, of course, is caring about kids. The Cross Roads philosophy is a simple one: to give kids positive alternatives and help them feel good about themselves. The "Kids Board of Directors", "Odd Jobs for Kids", and kid-run fundraising help them feel a sense of responsibility and accomplishment and also give them a sense of participation in their own programs as well as in their community. Our Cross Roads Summer Camp I, July 12 - 16th, was a great success! Forty-two kids from age 5 to 13 spent an ex- citing week together with five teen counselors and 50 volunteers. Craft projects included paper mache heads; masks; and painting; animals made from nuts, egg cartons, newspaper, and paper plates; plaster art; and working with native clay. The kids made puppets, a puppet theater with scenery, and put on "Hansel and Gretel" for their puppet show. Square dancing, singing, theater make-up, im- provicational skits, story-telling, and a Bruce Stevens musical play were part of "Theater Arts,'. Physical activity was provided by a well-rounded Athletics anO Games program. The week ended with a Family Fun Picnic which gave everyone a chance to "show off" the craft projects, the puppet show, and to participate in a rousing volleyball game. A special thanks to our Program Chairmen: Ruth South- worth, Peggy Fogg, Lib Miller, and Bill Wick and to our teen counselors: Jennifer Benjamin, Lori Duval, Robert Gaiser, Sarah Linnell, and Becky Russ who all did a grea t job. LINC program opens Litdeton office LITTLETON-- New Hamp- shire College School of Human Services L.I.NC. (Larning In the North Country) Program announces the opening of a branch office in Littleton, NH. The new L.I.N.C. office will be housed in the Self-Help Clinic building at 37 Saranac Street. This office will cover the North Country area. Sandra Gould, a recent graduate of New Hampshire College, has been hired to staff the office and coordinate the L.I.N.C. Program on a part- time basis. Frederick N. Stiteler Ill Air Force NCO receives double honor FAIRLEE-- Master Sergeant Frederick N. Stiteler IlI, husband of Sue Slack of Fairlee was recently honored by the U. S. Air Force and by Headquarters, Pacific Communications Division at Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii. Sergeant Stiteler was selected for promotion to the grade of Senior Master Sergeant (E-a), a grade reserved by the Air Force for no more than two percent of the total enlisted force. Sergeant Stiteler was also honored by the commander of the Headquarters, Pacific Communications Division, as the Outstanding Senior NCO of the Quarter for the period April I to June 30, 1982. Sergeant Stiteler's wife, Sue, and children, Scarlet and Erick, are currently on vacation from Hawaii to Fairlee. They will be visiting Merlin and Ruby Slack through late August. Sergeant Stiteler will join his family on July 27, for two weeks before attending an advanced management school at the AF Institute of Technology, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. Sergeant Stiteler is currently assigned at Hickam AFB, Hawaii, where he is the Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems Main- tenance Superintendent for the Pacific area, which en- compasses more than 100 million square miles of land and ocean. TOURNAIENT PLAY at Mills Memorial Field in So. Ryegate Groff's Labor Day Softball Tournament S. RYEGATE-- The third of the teams participating pionship g annual Groff's Labor Day winners in their respective p.m., at the Mills invitational softball tour- leagues, field in S. Ryegate. nament begins September 2 Defending champion Locker during the week will with a field of 29 teams en- Room Sports of Barre will he played at Blue tered. It will be one of the returning to defend their title. Union High School largest tournaments in Games will be held through River. Vermont this year with many September 6, the cham- Following is the the winner's bracket. - PRO (lh FIF:M4GNT Satuzay ] : 50 (5 I Thurciay 8: ( t $ OCA-COLA Sunday 9:0 hursday 9: hO Thursday 7:20 ( Monday .N.  8:5o &TY'X / Friday 6:10 (h t (6 TODDA PL)4T Friday 9:hO t (3 Sunday 10:O0 00rid. } j LEBANON ELKS Saturday 5:00 +2a,. L0bE BRADFORD AUTO PABTS (t [- JOS-RJ Saturday t2:20 Saturday 10:00 (8 J KEV 'S C 0F01EB , p,,, unay ttto N. C. E.I Saturday :0 Monday COUNTRY OJ IO:00 Sa00xg00l"ayt:30;:00Lt00=;l.a00 ("! ] Saturday 6:t0 (38 GABI Sunday 12,,20 , i ! Saturday 7:20 J LOCKER ROOM SF0TS Third Annual Labor Day Softball Tournament (53 Monday 2:h0 ( Monday 5:00 "gi:mer s  racg$ All 6ames hel'e will be played at he Milks Memorial So. R,yegate. ' \\;T The next weeg, many of the kids participated in our Con- Dragon wins Claremont race; 2+O reigns supreme necticut Valley Fair Project. They worked very hard all  Booth".week on theHardCrOss RoadSpaysflOat and at the fair on our "Dunker Fadden spins out in turn work off! The Cross ROad's Float: ..;" Wells River $O "Dreams that you dare to dream really do come true" won CLAREMONT-- Bah Dragon Dick McCabe, and Chuck 1st Prize and tied with "Pre-School" for best of Float. The captured the Claremont 100 Bown. Rounding out the top 10 S. RYEGATE-- 2+Q won the winners of the NASCAR Molson.Tour event on August 21. It was the third tour win for Dragon in 1982. Dragon inherited the lead on the 76th lap when race leaders Claude Leclerc, and Jean- Dunker Booth, donated by the Jaycees, was one of the most popular at the Fair. Celebrities including Mark Harris, Ray Aremberg, Gary C'ulbertson, Bob Hanley, and Senate Can- didate, Scudder Parker got wet as well as our teen coun- selors, somme parents, and many of the kids. By Sunday night, the kids were tired, but very, very proud.., proud with good QUOTE INTERESTING FACT INTI "If a man be gracious and In a 70-year lifetime, the Watermelons courteous to strangers, it' average person eats 880 the Tigris River shows he is a citizen of the chickens, 12 sheep, 770 Middle East world." pounds of fish and 35 known to weigh as Francis Bacon turkeys. 275 pounds. I finishers were Wes Rosner, Wells  River Valley softball year endedupint Steve Poulin, Jamie Aube, league tournament by virtue slot after a 3rd Leclerc, and Cabana. of piling up four consecutive finish. The Two-time Molson Tour wins last week, ending their thedmblee champion Beaver Dragon season with a fine 24-3 mark. was Miller High blew an engine on the first lap, It was a real team effort for t in 8th PLEASE CHECK DESIRE O HEADING: reason, because through their hard work. they have earned Paul Cabana tangled in the bringing out the first of four the St. Johnsbury based team, season ..,,s oe 0Tumt,S ,* ESt( over $500 for their own programs. Those two blue ribbons fourth turn. Both drivers were caution flags, many of the players expected put it all uc,mNs 0st ,ou,0 savms look really good tool able to continue, but from the Stub Fadden of N. Haverhill to be named to the All-Star 3rd in the m .s,..so.o,.o,.,,.s s.o..o.., w M eCCESSORIE$ = cs,ccessoms .Oe,L[ ,o s More Good News! -- In June, with the help of Lyn Haas, rear of the field. Leclerc took ran in the second position team. The tournament win doing so, Mi] m F. ,o,,,,s .oocv:,s tuc,,,,s Cross Roads applied for a grant made available through the the lead on the sixth lap and behind Dragon after the 75th culminated the WRVSL teams that h I- o,.m s,es .,,,m ,o,,,.  wo0o,co, Vermont Commission on the Administration of Justice for was chased down by Cabana, lap, but tangled in heavy season, of them in th ACCSSOm[S m ,o,,,e,,ces " .+c,t,o. the prevention of juvenile delinquency. Notification was holding off the 28 year veteran racing action and spun in the The Ha Taylor Hobos, m EXACTLY HOW YOU WANT THE AD TO READ: receivedonJuly29tb--WEGOTIT! for over 50 laps. On the 76th fourth turn. m ,+ ..... .n,, w ....... o .... poo+ ........ a ........... o) Cross Roads Summer Camp II was held from August 23rd lap Cabana got under Leclerc, Heat winners were Kevin TOURNAMEN;r RESULTS to 27th at Bradford Academy and Memorial Field. The and as both drivers went Lepage, Poulin, and Bown. Miller High Life ............. 8 Rapid Rubbish m Methodist Church vestry was used again for Arts and Crafts. around a lapped car, their Rosner captured the semi- Good Neighbor Bank ....... 15 Stoddard Imph .. Summer Camp II made the "last week of Summer '82" a cars touched, sending both feature. In the Bell Helmet Tuck Press ................. 8 Peoples Market ....... J great one for 25 kids. Craft projects for the "big kids" cen- spinning. Dragon was running Speed Trials, Fadden and Carrier Hammer ............ 8 Colatina Exit B tered around "gifts to give" including "antique" oil pain- third at the time. Poulin scored the exact time 2+Q ........................ 3 Miller High Life...:' tings, seed mosaics, Chris_,tmas ornaments, pom-pom Dave Dion of Hudson, N.H. to the thousandth, sharing the Ben Franklin ............... 4 Good Neighbor Bank m m! 1 "creatures", and "leather-look items. Three large murals, finished second in a Ford Bell award. Miller H.L. (9inn.) .......... 8 Good Neighbor Bank iiii'" inspired by artist Irene Trivas, were also done by the "big followed by Rabble Crouch, 2-FQ ....................... 13 Ben Franklin ....... I kids". Paper-hag skits and stories, mime, and charades were Country Gas ................ 9 Tuck Press ......... ! R included in Theater Arts this week; with lots of games, HO Taylor Hobos ........... 10 Carrier Hammer .... m m r m II $1.S0 minimum" relays,,and even some jogging filling out the program. Our Carrier Hammer ............ 5 Tuck Press ......... finale for the big kids in Summer Camp II was a pizza- Ha Taylor Hobos (9 inn.) .... 2 Country Gas ........... i i ::;" making party on Friday. The "little ones' made popsicle Miller High Life ............. 5 Country Gas ......... m ,,,.o;,: :,==, stick puppetS, "stained glass' candle holders, yarn pictures, Carrier Hammer ......... ..10 Ben.Franklin ........ , ....... a. ,s, ....... and did finger and spatter painting too. They did lots of MillerHigh Life ............. 3 Carrier Hammer ..... DEA D L I N E "pretend" things in Theater Arts as well as riddles, tongue 2 +Q ........................ 6 Ha Taylor Hobos ....... | ....... |  DUNE ,s OO twisters, and stories. Games of all sorts were played every Ha Taylor Hobos (8 inn.) .... 3 Miller High Life ...... I - TH COST OF YOUR AD IN TH $C0ND OPINION j w,.k',n ,,,,,,o, Ooo,,.,, oo, day. Our counselors this week were: Gall Balcom, Brenda 2+Q ........................ 4 HOTaylor HobOS .... for e ponded o,. CHAMPIONS " ..... ;. i ,,+_ ......  ......  ....  .... Colbeth, Lori Duvan, Sarah Linnell, Polly Pittman, and culo,,o- ,,,o HOTaY s,o../o.,v,.o September means "Back-to-School" and the re-opening of SECOND PLACE .......................... I I N.=,.,  wo, .... ,, ,, t+ so ..... =_ ,,,, o, o,., ,,,,, Becky Russ with over 20 adult volunteers helping too. " ........................ ,,, I ........ ., o+ ,,+*kl__ =,to, 3 SP[C,At O,,a COS, Horde,ok ood/o, THIRDPLACE ............................ Miller H so,,eo.,p ,e the Cross Roads After-School Drop-ln Center on September O m Do You WANT EXTRA OVEAGE o,oos , TUv o,  7th. A place where kids (grades 3 through 8) can be kids, with F m ,o ,+ ,oo ,+,,,o +, A, ,,o+ r m p  kids, and have fun, the "Center" will be open from 2:30 TO I ' ........ , (Zone 21 MULT,PLY ASOVE TO'At B2 1 HOW TO DO IT' 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, in the gym at Bradford For constipation relief t .on.lOr" m + -.. o-. o,+,+, w,u,o,o.+ P,o,+,+ A.oo ! ,, o,.,h. +o,,-  partic|patedz hool" program lastAcademy Started on May 3rd, 1982, 65 kids and 4O volunteers o, ++,,o ..... .. .. reach for EX-LAX tonigm' , ....... + +++ .... + ............... ++oo+++ ! I + o, + ..... d ..... ++ oo++ +uu,++ +OVE o+ s,,oo, s,o++o,++ v, ando t- mes )eea-sionag, p yi g " ga , " '+'do+n +y " g .... o3a NO ADS CAN m l Ex-Lax helps restore your system's own a  AE 8v E crafts, and even doing homework. Cross Reads is looking rhythm overnight. Gently. Dependably. '* ........ ! 4-for-3 forward to even more kids joining ns this fall. You ll like the relief in the morning. New Things starting this fall are: a "Kids Beard of FULL PA YMENT MUST ACCOMPANY THIS FORM S PEClAL Oire00to00", an "Odd f= 00ds" p00ram, and a "Kid-00 "The Overnight Wo.der: I o.oo.,co.os...s,,+ ' m II any clessifmd ,$ Kid" tutorial program. We would also like to have some YOU NAME: .............. m CUn fo,  cons,cu "family-fun" week-end activities; such as: apple-picking FLYING TIGER-- Ralph Baldwin drove his number J t,ve weeks w+m no Read label and follow cnenge$ ,he 4t. and cider making, a "bonfire" cook-out, "fall-foliage hikes" ADDRESS: .................................................. |mmmmmm week ,s FREE and a spaghetti supper-- other suggestions are welcome. 11 ear at* Thunder Road last Thursday evening, dircc|ions. Fundraising by kids will be continued, as well as by adults. Baldwin is from West Topsham. , E,-Lax. Inc.. 1982 Page 6-The Journal Opinion-September I, 1982 Bus routes announced Bradford schools BRADFORD-- BUS routes STOPS- 6:4S Dempsoy, Kelby, AIk3rd, 6ARHET HEBll -- IIUS NO. 3 -- NEWRURY elementm'y school and proceeds South on begins its route at the elementary school and serving Oxbow High School Oliver (Emerson, Merdsm), Intersection T.R. - The bus begins its run at the Newbury 35 and Swamp Rood |T.R, 2) {Wdch, CentroischonlondproceedsNerthonRouteS and Bradford Elementary Emerson, Oemick), Emerson (Ralph Emerson, to Wells River. At Wells River it proceeds School have been announ(y Coliey), Spooner, Soociar (Welch), Bailey, West on Route 302 to the jonction of T .R. 4 by the ()range East Super- Smeed, Sidney (Ookmen), Flennigon, Wilson, and Route 302. Here the bus turns around, Wheeler(Alton), ond Whltmon. and proceeds East to the jctlen of the visory Union. The following is 7:s3- Hewbury Elementary School, Cooks, Leighton Hill Rood (T.R. 7) and Rome 302. a listing of the bus routes and ester, Whiter, Gow, Serf. Rothbucn The bus proceeds SOUTh on the Leighton Hill the approximate times of (Renfrew), Dovisea, Randall (casile), and Rood (T.R. 7) to theiunction of T.R. 4. Here Jarry, it turns East on T.R. 4 to the elementary arrival at each destination. KEN WILCN - I NO. I - NI[WRURY - This bus route begins at the residence of the driver, Ken Welch, in Newbury Villege (Route S) and then proceeds Nerlheast up Sowrll Hill Rood (T,R. 4) and continues on T,R 4 to T.R. 45. it then turns South On T.R. 6 North Rood At the iunction of Fuller Hiil Rood (T.R. 40) the bus turns West onto the Fuller Hi(I Road. It then goes South on T.R. 41 to the Oliver residence. Here it turns around and goes back Nerth to Swamp Rood T.R. 2. Turning right on Swamp Rood it cominues North to the Jefferson Hill Turn (T,R 21 ) It goes South over Jefferson Hilt and then Eest Onto T,R. 14 to the iction of the Scotch Hoflow Rood (T.R. 4), It proceeds South on Scotch Hollow Rood to Nowbury Ceater taking TR. 6 around MoyettWs turn oud then hack onto T.R. 4. The bus turns South onto the Hogs Pond Rood (T.R, 49) nd aronnd at Whitmons'. The bus proceeds North to Scotch - Hollow Rood (T.R, 4), The bus then proceeds to He Eimentary School and then to Oxbow wih +.,gh. school students The bus Fficks up high school students on Route S South of Newhury and Bredfocd students near the 11:10- Oxbow. scbeot. The bus makes o second trip South on Route 5 to South Newbury, picking up STP/E ROGERS - BUS NO. 2 - elementary students and returns to the NIWIRT - This bus route bngms at the elementary school. residence of the driver, Steve Rogers, on STOPS- 7:00 Carson, Ptacey, Welch, Leete, Rogers' Hilt (T.R. 67) and proceeds Horth to IIsley (Rt. 302, Weglarz, Titus), Junction West Newbury (T.R. 72). FromWest Nev#ou Ryegote Comers Rood, Leete, Royce, Turtle, the bus proceeds Northwest on the North Powers, Blodgett, Mands, Hobb's Comer, Rood (TR, 6) to the Junction of Haviioud Thornton, Page, Colbeth, and Junction T.R. Rood (T.R. 47) and turns oro. It comes 28 and T.R, 4 (Bertrand, Cushing, Fruppe). Southeest to the junction of Snake Road (T.R, 8:05- Element School, Cooks, White, $8). The bus then proceeds East on T.R. 58 to Mertin, Reafrew, and Smit. the jtion of T,R. 56 and to Pooch Four g:!5-- ElemeatarySchool. Corners, At the corners it goes South on T,R. SO by the dump and reloins tl'e Sneke Rood ALI(E STO(:IKWELL - Ills NO. 4 - (T.R, 58) and then proceeds South to Route ($ouh load geete Im;riptlee, gredferd) -- 5. At the junction of Route S it turns North The bus begins its route at the residence of and proceeds to the elementary school. From the driver, Alice Stockwell and proceeds West the elementary school the bus tokes the high on South Road (LR. 9) to Hons's, where it schootstudentstoOxbaw, turns around and comes back East to the STOPS- 7:10 Rogers, Jerrell (Putnam, Kunz, junction of T,R. 28, The bus goes South on Chubbuck), Ansley (Holmes, Woodards), T.R. 28 to Welch's end turns around. It then Haviiond, Corffon (Wheeler), Snake Road & goes North to South Road and continues to the West Newbury intersection {Urquhert), junction of T.R. 31 (Brook Road). The bus Wheeler, Peech FourComers(Ayrs, Huntoon, goes East on Brook Road (T.R. 31) to Pickness), Calths, Ertles (Wiltram. CeRes, Cucumber Corners. At Cucumber Corners it Royston+ Gilson), and Colbeths (Page). turns North on T.R. 35 and proceeds to South 7:$$-- Hewbucy Elementary chool and Road. It turns East at the iunction and Ehacfferd-Hewbury town line. Oxbow. proceeds down South Rood to Route 25, The bus then proceeds to Oxbow. llllllllillllllllll "="=I STOPS- 7:20 Stockwell, Robert's Farm Road VACUUM CLEANER"00 ! ++, Osedchey, Trolonewski), Tilletson, Thurston, Work, Hoes, Welch (Curto, Kidder), Nin, Kulikowski, Eckmon, Miller, Long, I 4 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 1 .,,k 00sho 8,xb, Fa. +.ch,. Kidder Road Intersection (Fogg, Morse, Cell J DePab 1.603.448-3787 1 HurlbertSleePer' (Grant,Hyt' Rothburn).KingurY* Dudley), and SALFS & SERVICE SAC,S & SUPPLIES. / 7:43- Junction South Road oud Brook Road (Benjamin, Broinerd). lmmg"=!m"="="=mmmmmm"="="=mmmmmmmmmm 7:$s- Oxbow. ooo_oooo-ooo-a--ooo00 wp. ,,, $1rool[W$ - BUS .. 4 -- (Elemontsry Vlhge lee Ooecriptbn, elementary school and proceed South on Main Street, taming onto Wright's Avenue. The bu Goshen Road. It will then 9o West on Goshen " Rood to High Street. The bus will go South on High Street to South Main Street, then proceed North on South Maim Street tO Main AW Street, and then to the Elementary Schonl. STOPS- 8:00 Corner Wright's Avenue and ARTESIAN WELL CO. .o.h Main Street, Wood, 8Fen, Lower Water inc ! 930 Box, and Fire Station. 8:1 $ -- Bradford Academy, 176, bdmmm, NJI. 14182-0011| ,,c, w.,, _ ,u, ,o., - ...,,, MOUNTAIN (butt 2$-Reete Desceiptieo, Chelsea Road, just below Johnson Saw Mill )OO0@ OOOe and proceeds North to Route 25. It goes West on Route 25 to the "cattle shed" to turn around. Then the bus turns North onto Fleader's Brook Rood (T.R. 8) and proceeds to Wright's Mountain Rood (T.R. I1). After BACK TO SCHOOL CLO111ES mokingtbeionp, tt goes back to Route 2S and proceeds East to Cassvige. The bus turns West on Derfin 0 Road (T.R. 23) out to Clonks, where it turns around. Then it proceeds East For HJ[h Schwa, to Route25ondcontinuesEosttothejunction Grade ,00hool & Cdlep on Fmm00 00a.s of Routes 25 and 25B. It turns North on Route 258 and proceeds to" the high school. After leaving off the high school students this bus goes North on Route S, turning West onto ue are Devehapment, Here it turns around and picks up elementary students Route S North of Bradford between Blue Sproce and the elementary school. STOPS- 7:15 Walker, Johnson, O'Donnetl, Fisk, Erwin, Land, Tucker, Cossville (at the Thurstos, CIo, Locke), Cidrks (Cranmer, Welch), Pope (Carrier), Riverside Store (Tullor, Pusbee, ing), Carbee, Fbery (MClintockl, and Intersection High Street (Towies, Mann, tlsley), 8:00-- Oxbow High Schoot, and Blue SOroce (Knop, Fay, Ooflin, Mercier, Sbocn, oh:h), Hozen. 8:10-- Bradford Elementary School. pAT -- IIl I1. 6 -- (Lmw I leete, IIrlferd) -- The bus leaves the DELIVER MORE! SO YOU'LL GET RESULTS! EXPANDED CIRCULATION U p To 46,000 Circulation Route S to the Martin Farm On Route S. Here proceeds West on Fairground Road to Goshen it turns oround and comes North on Route S to Rood. It continues to make the loop on the intersection of Routes 5 and 25 The bus Goshen Rxl, coming back into the vi#lage, proceeds East on Rte. 2S to Lerkins, and turning on North Pleasant Street, It proceeds turns around. The bus then proceeds West on to Route 5 and Main Street by way of Bank Rte. 25, through the intersection, to the Street and continues to Oxbow High School junction of Routes 25 and 2SB. It turns North and Bradford Elementary School. on Rte. 2SB, and proceeds toOxbow, STOPS- 7:15 Dobbins, Lavkb Nosse, Rogers" STOPS- 8:45 Pikes, Town Form Rd. and T.R. Hill Intersection (T.R, 5), NLam, Goshen 4S intersection, Smton (Carliss), O'Dell, Church Road Intersection (T.R. 6),Stockman, Pushee, Martin (torn around), and Welch's Achilles, Ledwith, Hines, Tarbax Rood Traitor Pork. Intersection (T.R. 20), 8ourget, Trailer Pork, $:!0--Soddtebock. Serrentino, Williams, Mink Hill Rood (T.R. 8:15-- Oxbow, 2SL and SO. Pleasant St. (High Schoo only). 7:35-- Oxbow, PAT THUUSTON -- BUS NO, i -- (# 7:40-- dford Elementary School. Reed Description, llo'edfo) -- The bus 'e. Thetford Academy beeins 16400 year THETFORD-- Thetford Illinois. She comes toThetford Academy opened its 164th with six years of teaching year with convocation on experience. Monday, August 30 with an anticipated enrollment of 291 students in grades seven through 12, according to Frederick G. Torrey, head- master, Two new members have joined the teaching and ad- ministrative staff. Mrs. Nancy Kwoh, of Lebanon, N.H., is directing the school choral groups and teaching vocal and piano music for three periods a day. Mrs. Kwoh earned her bachelor of arts degree in music education at Augustana College, Rock Island, Ill, and a Master's degree in choral music from the University of Mrs. Charlotte Huntington, of Fairlee, takes over the responsibilities of Academy Secretary from Mrs. Lucille McGranaghan who has served in that position for the past four years. A native of Fairlee and a graduate of Orford High School, Mrs. Huntington brings to the academy over a decade of office experience. Barbara Sorenson of Thetford returns to the faculty as a part-time counsellor while continuing her graduate studies in counselling. All other members of last year's faculty and staff are returning this fall. CROSS ROADS by CONNIE DUNLAP Administrative Director Good News BRADFORD-- Cross Roads of Bradford, Inc. is a non-profit community volunteer program for kids. Our primary focus is on the 8 to 13 age group. Teenagers participate as volunteers and kids 5 to 7 are included in our summer and family programs. Our adult volunteers (over 100 have participated) are of all ages (even some in their 70's) and many talent- s-the main one, of course, is caring about kids. The Cross Roads philosophy is a simple one: to give kids positive alternatives and help them feel good about themselves. The "Kids Board of Directors", "Odd Jobs for Kids", and kid-run fundraising help them feel a sense of responsibility and accomplishment and also give them a sense of participation in their own programs as well as in their community. Our Cross Roads Summer Camp I, July 12 - 16th, was a great success! Forty-two kids from age 5 to 13 spent an ex- citing week together with five teen counselors and 50 volunteers. Craft projects included paper mache heads; masks; and painting; animals made from nuts, egg cartons, newspaper, and paper plates; plaster art; and working with native clay. The kids made puppets, a puppet theater with scenery, and put on "Hansel and Gretel" for their puppet show. Square dancing, singing, theater make-up, im- provicational skits, story-telling, and a Bruce Stevens musical play were part of "Theater Arts,'. Physical activity was provided by a well-rounded Athletics anO Games program. The week ended with a Family Fun Picnic which gave everyone a chance to "show off" the craft projects, the puppet show, and to participate in a rousing volleyball game. A special thanks to our Program Chairmen: Ruth South- worth, Peggy Fogg, Lib Miller, and Bill Wick and to our teen counselors: Jennifer Benjamin, Lori Duval, Robert Gaiser, Sarah Linnell, and Becky Russ who all did a grea t job. LINC program opens Litdeton office LITTLETON-- New Hamp- shire College School of Human Services L.I.NC. (Larning In the North Country) Program announces the opening of a branch office in Littleton, NH. The new L.I.N.C. office will be housed in the Self-Help Clinic building at 37 Saranac Street. This office will cover the North Country area. Sandra Gould, a recent graduate of New Hampshire College, has been hired to staff the office and coordinate the L.I.N.C. Program on a part- time basis. Frederick N. Stiteler Ill Air Force NCO receives double honor FAIRLEE-- Master Sergeant Frederick N. Stiteler IlI, husband of Sue Slack of Fairlee was recently honored by the U. S. Air Force and by Headquarters, Pacific Communications Division at Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii. Sergeant Stiteler was selected for promotion to the grade of Senior Master Sergeant (E-a), a grade reserved by the Air Force for no more than two percent of the total enlisted force. Sergeant Stiteler was also honored by the commander of the Headquarters, Pacific Communications Division, as the Outstanding Senior NCO of the Quarter for the period April I to June 30, 1982. Sergeant Stiteler's wife, Sue, and children, Scarlet and Erick, are currently on vacation from Hawaii to Fairlee. They will be visiting Merlin and Ruby Slack through late August. Sergeant Stiteler will join his family on July 27, for two weeks before attending an advanced management school at the AF Institute of Technology, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. Sergeant Stiteler is currently assigned at Hickam AFB, Hawaii, where he is the Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems Main- tenance Superintendent for the Pacific area, which en- compasses more than 100 million square miles of land and ocean. TOURNAIENT PLAY at Mills Memorial Field in So. Ryegate Groff's Labor Day Softball Tournament S. RYEGATE-- The third of the teams participating pionship g annual Groff's Labor Day winners in their respective p.m., at the Mills invitational softball tour- leagues, field in S. Ryegate. nament begins September 2 Defending champion Locker during the week will with a field of 29 teams en- Room Sports of Barre will he played at Blue tered. It will be one of the returning to defend their title. Union High School largest tournaments in Games will be held through River. Vermont this year with many September 6, the cham- Following is the the winner's bracket. - PRO (lh FIF:M4GNT Satuzay ] : 50 (5 I Thurciay 8: ( t $ OCA-COLA Sunday 9:0 hursday 9: hO Thursday 7:20 ( Monday .N.  8:5o &TY'X / Friday 6:10 (h t (6 TODDA PL)4T Friday 9:hO t (3 Sunday 10:O0 00rid. } j LEBANON ELKS Saturday 5:00 +2a,. L0bE BRADFORD AUTO PABTS (t [- JOS-RJ Saturday t2:20 Saturday 10:00 (8 J KEV 'S C 0F01EB , p,,, unay ttto N. C. E.I Saturday :0 Monday COUNTRY OJ IO:00 Sa00xg00l"ayt:30;:00Lt00=;l.a00 ("! ] Saturday 6:t0 (38 GABI Sunday 12,,20 , i ! Saturday 7:20 J LOCKER ROOM SF0TS Third Annual Labor Day Softball Tournament (53 Monday 2:h0 ( Monday 5:00 "gi:mer s  racg$ All 6ames hel'e will be played at he Milks Memorial So. R,yegate. ' \\;T The next weeg, many of the kids participated in our Con- Dragon wins Claremont race; 2+O reigns supreme necticut Valley Fair Project. They worked very hard all  Booth".week on theHardCrOss RoadSpaysflOat and at the fair on our "Dunker Fadden spins out in turn work off! The Cross ROad's Float: ..;" Wells River $O "Dreams that you dare to dream really do come true" won CLAREMONT-- Bah Dragon Dick McCabe, and Chuck 1st Prize and tied with "Pre-School" for best of Float. The captured the Claremont 100 Bown. Rounding out the top 10 S. RYEGATE-- 2+Q won the winners of the NASCAR Molson.Tour event on August 21. It was the third tour win for Dragon in 1982. Dragon inherited the lead on the 76th lap when race leaders Claude Leclerc, and Jean- Dunker Booth, donated by the Jaycees, was one of the most popular at the Fair. Celebrities including Mark Harris, Ray Aremberg, Gary C'ulbertson, Bob Hanley, and Senate Can- didate, Scudder Parker got wet as well as our teen coun- selors, somme parents, and many of the kids. By Sunday night, the kids were tired, but very, very proud.., proud with good QUOTE INTERESTING FACT INTI "If a man be gracious and In a 70-year lifetime, the Watermelons courteous to strangers, it' average person eats 880 the Tigris River shows he is a citizen of the chickens, 12 sheep, 770 Middle East world." pounds of fish and 35 known to weigh as Francis Bacon turkeys. 275 pounds. I finishers were Wes Rosner, Wells  River Valley softball year endedupint Steve Poulin, Jamie Aube, league tournament by virtue slot after a 3rd Leclerc, and Cabana. of piling up four consecutive finish. The Two-time Molson Tour wins last week, ending their thedmblee champion Beaver Dragon season with a fine 24-3 mark. was Miller High blew an engine on the first lap, It was a real team effort for t in 8th PLEASE CHECK DESIRE O HEADING: reason, because through their hard work. they have earned Paul Cabana tangled in the bringing out the first of four the St. Johnsbury based team, season ..,,s oe 0Tumt,S ,* ESt( over $500 for their own programs. Those two blue ribbons fourth turn. Both drivers were caution flags, many of the players expected put it all uc,mNs 0st ,ou,0 savms look really good tool able to continue, but from the Stub Fadden of N. Haverhill to be named to the All-Star 3rd in the m .s,..so.o,.o,.,,.s s.o..o.., w M eCCESSORIE$ = cs,ccessoms .Oe,L[ ,o s More Good News! -- In June, with the help of Lyn Haas, rear of the field. Leclerc took ran in the second position team. The tournament win doing so, Mi] m F. ,o,,,,s .oocv:,s tuc,,,,s Cross Roads applied for a grant made available through the the lead on the sixth lap and behind Dragon after the 75th culminated the WRVSL teams that h I- o,.m s,es .,,,m ,o,,,.  wo0o,co, Vermont Commission on the Administration of Justice for was chased down by Cabana, lap, but tangled in heavy season, of them in th ACCSSOm[S m ,o,,,e,,ces " .+c,t,o. the prevention of juvenile delinquency. Notification was holding off the 28 year veteran racing action and spun in the The Ha Taylor Hobos, m EXACTLY HOW YOU WANT THE AD TO READ: receivedonJuly29tb--WEGOTIT! for over 50 laps. On the 76th fourth turn. m ,+ ..... .n,, w ....... o .... poo+ ........ a ........... o) Cross Roads Summer Camp II was held from August 23rd lap Cabana got under Leclerc, Heat winners were Kevin TOURNAMEN;r RESULTS to 27th at Bradford Academy and Memorial Field. The and as both drivers went Lepage, Poulin, and Bown. Miller High Life ............. 8 Rapid Rubbish m Methodist Church vestry was used again for Arts and Crafts. around a lapped car, their Rosner captured the semi- Good Neighbor Bank ....... 15 Stoddard Imph .. Summer Camp II made the "last week of Summer '82" a cars touched, sending both feature. In the Bell Helmet Tuck Press ................. 8 Peoples Market ....... J great one for 25 kids. Craft projects for the "big kids" cen- spinning. Dragon was running Speed Trials, Fadden and Carrier Hammer ............ 8 Colatina Exit B tered around "gifts to give" including "antique" oil pain- third at the time. Poulin scored the exact time 2+Q ........................ 3 Miller High Life...:' tings, seed mosaics, Chris_,tmas ornaments, pom-pom Dave Dion of Hudson, N.H. to the thousandth, sharing the Ben Franklin ............... 4 Good Neighbor Bank m m! 1 "creatures", and "leather-look items. Three large murals, finished second in a Ford Bell award. Miller H.L. (9inn.) .......... 8 Good Neighbor Bank iiii'" inspired by artist Irene Trivas, were also done by the "big followed by Rabble Crouch, 2-FQ ....................... 13 Ben Franklin ....... I kids". Paper-hag skits and stories, mime, and charades were Country Gas ................ 9 Tuck Press ......... ! R included in Theater Arts this week; with lots of games, HO Taylor Hobos ........... 10 Carrier Hammer .... m m r m II $1.S0 minimum" relays,,and even some jogging filling out the program. Our Carrier Hammer ............ 5 Tuck Press ......... finale for the big kids in Summer Camp II was a pizza- Ha Taylor Hobos (9 inn.) .... 2 Country Gas ........... i i ::;" making party on Friday. The "little ones' made popsicle Miller High Life ............. 5 Country Gas ......... m ,,,.o;,: :,==, stick puppetS, "stained glass' candle holders, yarn pictures, Carrier Hammer ......... ..10 Ben.Franklin ........ , ....... a. ,s, ....... and did finger and spatter painting too. They did lots of MillerHigh Life ............. 3 Carrier Hammer ..... DEA D L I N E "pretend" things in Theater Arts as well as riddles, tongue 2 +Q ........................ 6 Ha Taylor Hobos ....... | ....... |  DUNE ,s OO twisters, and stories. Games of all sorts were played every Ha Taylor Hobos (8 inn.) .... 3 Miller High Life ...... I - TH COST OF YOUR AD IN TH $C0ND OPINION j w,.k',n ,,,,,,o, Ooo,,.,, oo, day. Our counselors this week were: Gall Balcom, Brenda 2+Q ........................ 4 HOTaylor HobOS .... for e ponded o,. CHAMPIONS " ..... ;. i ,,+_ ......  ......  ....  .... Colbeth, Lori Duvan, Sarah Linnell, Polly Pittman, and culo,,o- ,,,o HOTaY s,o../o.,v,.o September means "Back-to-School" and the re-opening of SECOND PLACE .......................... I I N.=,.,  wo, .... ,, ,, t+ so ..... =_ ,,,, o, o,., ,,,,, Becky Russ with over 20 adult volunteers helping too. " ........................ ,,, I ........ ., o+ ,,+*kl__ =,to, 3 SP[C,At O,,a COS, Horde,ok ood/o, THIRDPLACE ............................ Miller H so,,eo.,p ,e the Cross Roads After-School Drop-ln Center on September O m Do You WANT EXTRA OVEAGE o,oos , TUv o,  7th. A place where kids (grades 3 through 8) can be kids, with F m ,o ,+ ,oo ,+,,,o +, A, ,,o+ r m p  kids, and have fun, the "Center" will be open from 2:30 TO I ' ........ , (Zone 21 MULT,PLY ASOVE TO'At B2 1 HOW TO DO IT' 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, in the gym at Bradford For constipation relief t .on.lOr" m + -.. o-. o,+,+, w,u,o,o.+ P,o,+,+ A.oo ! ,, o,.,h. +o,,-  partic|patedz hool" program lastAcademy Started on May 3rd, 1982, 65 kids and 4O volunteers o, ++,,o ..... .. .. reach for EX-LAX tonigm' , ....... + +++ .... + ............... ++oo+++ ! I + o, + ..... d ..... ++ oo++ +uu,++ +OVE o+ s,,oo, s,o++o,++ v, ando t- mes )eea-sionag, p yi g " ga , " '+'do+n +y " g .... o3a NO ADS CAN m l Ex-Lax helps restore your system's own a  AE 8v E crafts, and even doing homework. Cross Reads is looking rhythm overnight. Gently. Dependably. '* ........ ! 4-for-3 forward to even more kids joining ns this fall. You ll like the relief in the morning. New Things starting this fall are: a "Kids Beard of FULL PA YMENT MUST ACCOMPANY THIS FORM S PEClAL Oire00to00", an "Odd f= 00ds" p00ram, and a "Kid-00 "The Overnight Wo.der: I o.oo.,co.os...s,,+ ' m II any clessifmd ,$ Kid" tutorial program. We would also like to have some YOU NAME: .............. m CUn fo,  cons,cu "family-fun" week-end activities; such as: apple-picking FLYING TIGER-- Ralph Baldwin drove his number J t,ve weeks w+m no Read label and follow cnenge$ ,he 4t. and cider making, a "bonfire" cook-out, "fall-foliage hikes" ADDRESS: .................................................. |mmmmmm week ,s FREE and a spaghetti supper-- other suggestions are welcome. 11 ear at* Thunder Road last Thursday evening, dircc|ions. Fundraising by kids will be continued, as well as by adults. Baldwin is from West Topsham. , E,-Lax. Inc.. 1982