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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-October 28, 1981 Arts and Up With People will appear in EnterCai nt ]. .... nine /.t, smnme.;net/Crl2dogrrg2! !l.TfnUcle in a " Vermont on Thursday, Nov. the impact of Up With People 12, at 8:00p.m. in Oxbow High onstage. Newbury communtty SchoolGym. Featured in the per- Up With People is being formance is a parade of in- presented by the Arts ternational folk songs and Halloween party NEWBURY--Newbury area party ends, five pledge cards school children are invited to a will be drawn from the wit- chwagon, and the potential winners will be called. If children whose names are drawn are at home, they will receive one of the Witch Wagon prizes. The prizes this year are: jigsaw puzzle, Yes &amp; Know Game Book, dominoes, Crayola Markers, and a belt buckle kit, Other donations and refreshments for the party have been made by the PTO and parents. "Last year 75 children participated in our party, and I am confident that this year's party will draw an even larger crowd," Mrs. Huntoon said. She urged parents and school officials to encourage children to take part in the Halloween Party. "Similar events both here and in other communities have more than proven their worth in promoting enjoyable, sensible, Halloweens," she said. Dave Kunz, local Janice Blake community Halloween Party the evening of Oct. 31 at Newbury Town Hall. Activities will begin at 7:00 p.m., according to Karen Huntoon, chairman of the planned festivities. Newbury PTO and Modern Woodman of America, a fraternal insurance society with home offices in Rock Island, Ill., are co-sponsoring the party. "We're hoping for a terrific turn-out because we've got the prizes and souveniers to accommodate quite a crowd," Mrs. Huntoon said. Costume judging will en- compass all ages, and games and activities will be provided for all, although the main emphasis will be on school age children. All youngsters planning to attend the party sign pledge cards stating, "I promise to respect the property of other people and will cooperate with leaders to representative, said "Modern Woodman of America is Orford woman retm'ns after christian ORFORD--Janice Blake, a 21- year-old resident of Orford has returned home after completing training to join the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ International. Miss Blake, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Blake, of Orford, was among 373 persons to become staff members of the in- terdenominational Christian organization during its summer new-staff training held at the Colorado State University campus in Ft. Collins, Colo. The organization currently has approximately 14,500 full-time and associate make this party a success." In addition to giving children the opportunity to do their per- sponsoring similar parties in staff of many nationalities sonal part in helping Newbury hundreds of communities in working in 150 countries and Program of the Orange East Supervisory Union District and The Wells River Savings Bank, Wells River, Gove & Bancroft, .Bradford; and Colby Department Store, Fairlee. The 198081 Up With People show is an all-new two hour production. It is the energetic sound of 85 voices backed by the power of a 14-piece band. dances, a medley of hit tunes from the past 50 years, and a glimpse at the future through the original compositions of Up With People's professional staff of writers and arrangers. But there's more than just music. Approximately 550 young men and women, representing 23 countires, currently make up Up with People's five E. Corinth woman is at nursh school E. CORINTH--Lynda Suzanne Erwin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Erwin of E. Corinth, Vermont was one of 49 nursing students who participated in the Fourth Annual Nurses' Capping Ceremony held at Pensacola Christian College on Oct. 17. Many parents, friends, and professional staff from the various clinical institutions where the nursing students received their clinical ex- perience were in attendance. The capping ceremony marks the beginning of their professional experience. The program included an address by the Rev. Bob Taylor, Pastor of the Pensacola Christian College Campus Church, and the Florence Nightingale Pledge to uphold the ideals of the nursing profession. A fundamental, in- dependent, Christian in- stitution, Pensacola Christian College opened its doors in the fall of 1981 to its eighth year class enrolling over 1,050 students. THE UP WITH PEOPLE SHOW--Over 500 young men and women from 25 countries and 39 states are currently traveling in the five international casts of the Up With People Show. The cast members, aged 17 to 18, represent a cross section of race, religion, background, and culture. touring companies. Each cast the world. Often cast members meet member, ranging in age from In each community they with heads of industry and NEW DAUGHTER 18 to 26, is also a student, visit, cast members stay with government, and community ARRIVES During the eleven months "host families", sharing in leaders in an exchange of BRADFORD--Mr. and Mrs. each student spends on the their lifestyles and interests, questions and ideas. The Mark Farr of Bradford are the road, they travel an average Some 40 local families are performers do their own stage parents of a new baby girl, of 35,000 miles, learning first expected to host Up With work, promotion, and day-to- Melissa May, born on Sept. 17 hand of the diversity of People students in their home day logistics. Students may at Mary Hitchcock Hospital. cultures and customs about for several days. also receive college credit for independent ments they road. Up With seen in live six national world China and highlights of 1 Ten, the Carnegie symphony major adds to Up Wit profit, educational two-fold bridges of peoples, countries; people a that not intellect, person. The NeW this way" message what idea' For on Up pearance Anne Ta 802-222-5214. i ........ ,, i i iH i,,.i ,l| To Make Your Reservation, can (603) 747-2505 Or 747-2840 III [I II HII II I III Uamix the letters in the boxes to form a Featuring ,s word. Then circle A. B or C for the ,-'or- f= 11. Concerning 41. Kind of NEW BABY GIRL feet meaning (or deflnRlon). $... \\; 13. Exclomotion cheese E. TOPSHAM--Mr. and Mrs. C/.//H W,.M THe" Score yourself as follows:  14. Srrmll insect 43. Lomb Stanley Smith of E. Topsham M/CgRfDZM/41//6 ICorreet-Excellent 2Correct-Fair /"-.., 16. Copoble 44. Wildof India are the parents of a new baby /gla//Kg/kV'//,'/6H. 3Correet-Good l-0Correct-Poor G. 17. Consumed 46 Hit _/70t/,fOA'EE, ' _. '-PPv  19. Dash 48. US girl, weighing eight pounds 1. R Ai N P 2,. Higbestnote 49. Kind of heron, and eight ounces, bornonOct. I. 22. Melt 51. Di.olors 6 at Cottage Hospital in /M/r. 24. Block 53. Island Woodsville. CR'/.K 26. Prefix, not 54. Not difficult /. GRff)E . TRICK C.. CINDy 27; French river DOWN 29. Smart CLUE= or treat! 31. Water i. Fistl eotars 2. 33. Lambs' pen 3. Work unit , nome 4. Skin diseose CLUEt (XNXII OA/HI, [=O/D T/IP/A/ " ,L J " J ---] A. F B. HOON C. CAT CLUE= On Hallown night he is al:out. , m" 00INIU/MI P/PI A SusH . RSK C COSTUtq CIA= Ne make Jacl-O-Lanterns from them L V-NIMcffId "b V-NI1800 '[ (-J, SOHD " ' enjoy a sensible Halloween, the U.S. This is part of the protectorates around the GRUBBY AH CAN1" t -:l J r . [ B.Warren. Sattler these cards serve as society's continuing program world. reg!strations for the unique to further the general .welfare Miss Blake's assignment #] D.E_I/.. WHETHE',%..., Hil HEP, LT/4 I -- = = a = a discipleship and evangelism. Bath school hoOK ClOD She was graduated from ............ afford High School, then ]L,_ /. -- _ earned a bachelor of arts spawns reamng interest degreeiwsocial services at the A(3 ........ university of New Hampshire AQUARIUS - January 21-Febmmy 19. BATH--During the first weeks btacey Amrten, .Jason mo  a ,e mt," , tho n .... of school the students at Bath Sulham, Mike Poor, Stephen 00'0000ffst 6i;00r00[7 ........... A quiet pe.od so0000y, ,00th the accent on new Village School have tieen McDonnell, Sonya Cate ,,P,, .. - . tional programs. Peace taties -- perhaps with  . _ ......... ' i m excltea aoout my ficult relative -- are in the picture. reading books to become ueome wooos, tnly ...... .......... assignment ann me op- PISCES- Fel=ruary20-Match20 i members of a fall book club. McDonnell,.Joyce roar, v=nsu nnrt,,nltv tn ,rv Cnrl el s r ........ a .......... Avoid making snap decisions, especisdly on pr Students were asked by Ph p , Kathy McDonnell, th,,,,,,h ,,n,-bi,,,,ith e ...... teachers at the school, to Cindy Goslant, Debbie Cole, Cr',s'%'e f'or'C'h';7":--'' Communication is a strong point, so get on share their books by .either ......... Brad Hurlbert, Kirsten Blae,--'-=- "'^u'auae-"-"' ""':'=.t wm ve reports, phone calls, etc. drawing a picture or wrmng a uernsn, bara teeiewoury, .:., .... , ....... n^.,. :_ ARIF. - March 21-A111 20 _ short paragraph about the Stacey wright, ann Tma dtvalnnina tl'MiP rnnal You can see now how an important career or books they read In four Woods -- ..... z-.-, .-.-- z--.-=. .... shape up, but don't expect too much to h . ." ....... cnaracter ano goals as Well as weeks, 130 books were read Tne tmro anu lourtn graaers ovnl*inln ta them tha Romance is sparkling through the week. and shared., at Bath School. are selling t"V'm':c's 'yna , o:t ........... a personal TAURUS - April 21-May 22 _. The followmg readers were Current Magazme products to roltlnnhin with trtwl " Your favorite friend is in a lavish mood, but you 'rr members of the club: raise money for a class trip at ............ " ........ in practical terms. Current long-distance eventS ' Peter ROy, Ca  your future plans. Jodi Arcari, Donnie lant, these super salesmen haven't z'=. : " GEMINI - May 23-June 21 Amy Lenkowski, Josh knocked on your door, you re l-']ano [eacrler Financial reversal can start you thinking in more I_,evesque, Miehelie Fenoff, welcome to contact any third L _-._  1.,--! PA'S BOY By BRAD  perhaps you decide to freshen up old skills. Sociall Stephen Driscoll, Peter or fourth graders to pl0ce an llOBll lll[,i[flll Kalni ns, Brad Houston, order. BRADFORD-- Piano pupils of ment and surprise. Katrina Munn participated in CANCER - June 22-Jul 22 " . i sJ . . the first studio musicales of Thursday-Monday can include a legal wrangle plU,fj II  s s the season. Playing for routine jobs. November startson a romantically I "_ ]_ parents and friends on positive financial news. " Saturday evening, Oct. 24, LEO- July 23-August 22 . , rid= ,i u,..,.,., were Heather Wood, Tim Relationship with children continues to improve, ='. I[ I "'-  II _ .ur..n II Grow, Ryan Grow, James are eager to spoil you. Transit delays signal I ad' I _. ..... | , f. ,.=,;w I Hammond, and Keith Button, ')) ., your visiting plans. I  A * "x# I 'lii.=.', . 1 from grades seven through llJ  VmGO - August 23-September 22 . kLEl I  /#IBII' I  I Unable to be present were Emphasis is on originality, especially in dealjlqi I  ' I  ll l Elene Demetrules, Jennifer home and at work. Week's highlights include outsell IH" II  ,7-li | 'F|   II Lackey, and Janet Burow. NAPOLEON By McBride and Moore activies ..... !,, , "--d!, , RatedPGI Playing on Sunday af- , //. K#K[////, ,. ternoon, Oct. 25, were Ariel ! ;/ ;11 .B. -- September 23.43tolt .._______ ' The week accents both selling and inventing, r'(0.____. l .............. Cahn, Kristie Harris, Alison I //- / / Z=LNUST--- rv'tN' -,/'"1 I////'Ii,"L""""" > "T3:'ll  JJ I I may sound a llttle vague, but it's not the best tirr i -- MatlneesSatur(la anaunaa at z:00 Gould, Asa Metcalf, Michael details. 1 "1"__ Tomlinson, Susan Belyea, Abigail Metcalf, Mary Ruth SCORPIO- Oetobe 23-Novembrt4 Jr8 .... Elder, Timmy Wilkins, Beth Partner seems mysterlous but it's best to staY'": Button, Kelly Collins and Associates seem to be testing you, but no one v-:i [-----  ..... Roxanna Zampieri. Meg Scorpio this week. 11 J   '   r r) 1 Chambers was unable to be SAGITI'ARIUS - Novemb 22-Dit I  ""ml =J I1 =J 1 present. These students were A long-lasting domestic matter is positively r" I -"Pli i 1  P_,._, e, 1 in grades two through 6. established between you and a suspicious col ! V I "lr'-] ,,, _,.=,,,,u, o,: 1W Following each program, comes out of the closet. | J 1,, Woodsville, N.H. lV cider and doughnuts were CAPRICOILN- Decemb2&.Jan! served by Miss Munn. Creativity level is high and you lean toward  l - $'a, .., solved by weekend. suppers :" ' Wear Your Costumes This . :" _ BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK ' Courageous, protective, encouraging -- you . Saturday Night To The Annual to be held rather sly. Domestic dilemma is happily r,o'# ..... P I K E-- T h e B e t h a n y an increased workload this year, but also l Halloween Costume Party & Dance. Congregational Church in beautifying your surroundings. ....... "' R0"uired' Pike is holding Saturday night i---"/ (Cutu,,,o ,.u, , , su f BORN THIS  # ppers rom5:0Oto7:00p.m. October 29th singer Melbe Moore 3Oth, acto, / The menu is different each actress Barbara El Geddes; November la,  l /-/. week. This week it will feature l <A" . spaghetti and next week it will . ( 2nd, actor David Hemmings; 3rd, authoY ian l 8r '-v'lLt.-. be turkey. The proceeds will L  :' L[ j Art Carney. uOA-, "U]V be used to pay for the work i " done to protect the stained glass windows from van- ' (roq  dalism. .atnrdav flctohar 31St The Reverend Debra IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern _ i . ACROSS 34. Skyward 5' P,rt n-'f h, 37. Prefix, outer "Reunited" ""  ,Jo 9. B ur'n ........ 37. Greek letter Page 2-The Journal Opinion-October 28, 1981 Arts and Up With People will appear in EnterCai nt ]. .... nine /.t, smnme.;net/Crl2dogrrg2! !l.TfnUcle in a " Vermont on Thursday, Nov. the impact of Up With People 12, at 8:00p.m. in Oxbow High onstage. Newbury communtty SchoolGym. Featured in the per- Up With People is being formance is a parade of in- presented by the Arts ternational folk songs and Halloween party NEWBURY--Newbury area party ends, five pledge cards school children are invited to a will be drawn from the wit- chwagon, and the potential winners will be called. If children whose names are drawn are at home, they will receive one of the Witch Wagon prizes. The prizes this year are: jigsaw puzzle, Yes & Know Game Book, dominoes, Crayola Markers, and a belt buckle kit, Other donations and refreshments for the party have been made by the PTO and parents. "Last year 75 children participated in our party, and I am confident that this year's party will draw an even larger crowd," Mrs. Huntoon said. She urged parents and school officials to encourage children to take part in the Halloween Party. "Similar events both here and in other communities have more than proven their worth in promoting enjoyable, sensible, Halloweens," she said. Dave Kunz, local Janice Blake community Halloween Party the evening of Oct. 31 at Newbury Town Hall. Activities will begin at 7:00 p.m., according to Karen Huntoon, chairman of the planned festivities. Newbury PTO and Modern Woodman of America, a fraternal insurance society with home offices in Rock Island, Ill., are co-sponsoring the party. "We're hoping for a terrific turn-out because we've got the prizes and souveniers to accommodate quite a crowd," Mrs. Huntoon said. Costume judging will en- compass all ages, and games and activities will be provided for all, although the main emphasis will be on school age children. All youngsters planning to attend the party sign pledge cards stating, "I promise to respect the property of other people and will cooperate with leaders to representative, said "Modern Woodman of America is Orford woman retm'ns after christian ORFORD--Janice Blake, a 21- year-old resident of Orford has returned home after completing training to join the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ International. Miss Blake, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Blake, of Orford, was among 373 persons to become staff members of the in- terdenominational Christian organization during its summer new-staff training held at the Colorado State University campus in Ft. Collins, Colo. The organization currently has approximately 14,500 full-time and associate make this party a success." In addition to giving children the opportunity to do their per- sponsoring similar parties in staff of many nationalities sonal part in helping Newbury hundreds of communities in working in 150 countries and Program of the Orange East Supervisory Union District and The Wells River Savings Bank, Wells River, Gove & Bancroft, .Bradford; and Colby Department Store, Fairlee. The 198081 Up With People show is an all-new two hour production. It is the energetic sound of 85 voices backed by the power of a 14-piece band. dances, a medley of hit tunes from the past 50 years, and a glimpse at the future through the original compositions of Up With People's professional staff of writers and arrangers. But there's more than just music. Approximately 550 young men and women, representing 23 countires, currently make up Up with People's five E. Corinth woman is at nursh school E. CORINTH--Lynda Suzanne Erwin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Erwin of E. Corinth, Vermont was one of 49 nursing students who participated in the Fourth Annual Nurses' Capping Ceremony held at Pensacola Christian College on Oct. 17. Many parents, friends, and professional staff from the various clinical institutions where the nursing students received their clinical ex- perience were in attendance. The capping ceremony marks the beginning of their professional experience. The program included an address by the Rev. Bob Taylor, Pastor of the Pensacola Christian College Campus Church, and the Florence Nightingale Pledge to uphold the ideals of the nursing profession. A fundamental, in- dependent, Christian in- stitution, Pensacola Christian College opened its doors in the fall of 1981 to its eighth year class enrolling over 1,050 students. THE UP WITH PEOPLE SHOW--Over 500 young men and women from 25 countries and 39 states are currently traveling in the five international casts of the Up With People Show. The cast members, aged 17 to 18, represent a cross section of race, religion, background, and culture. touring companies. Each cast the world. Often cast members meet member, ranging in age from In each community they with heads of industry and NEW DAUGHTER 18 to 26, is also a student, visit, cast members stay with government, and community ARRIVES During the eleven months "host families", sharing in leaders in an exchange of BRADFORD--Mr. and Mrs. each student spends on the their lifestyles and interests, questions and ideas. The Mark Farr of Bradford are the road, they travel an average Some 40 local families are performers do their own stage parents of a new baby girl, of 35,000 miles, learning first expected to host Up With work, promotion, and day-to- Melissa May, born on Sept. 17 hand of the diversity of People students in their home day logistics. Students may at Mary Hitchcock Hospital. cultures and customs about for several days. also receive college credit for independent ments they road. Up With seen in live six national world China and highlights of 1 Ten, the Carnegie symphony major adds to Up Wit profit, educational two-fold bridges of peoples, countries; people a that not intellect, person. The NeW this way" message what idea' For on Up pearance Anne Ta 802-222-5214. i ........ ,, i i iH i,,.i ,l| To Make Your Reservation, can (603) 747-2505 Or 747-2840 III [I II HII II I III Uamix the letters in the boxes to form a Featuring ,s word. Then circle A. B or C for the ,-'or- f= 11. Concerning 41. Kind of NEW BABY GIRL feet meaning (or deflnRlon). $... \\; 13. Exclomotion cheese E. TOPSHAM--Mr. and Mrs. C/.//H W,.M THe" Score yourself as follows:  14. Srrmll insect 43. Lomb Stanley Smith of E. Topsham M/CgRfDZM/41//6 ICorreet-Excellent 2Correct-Fair /"-.., 16. Copoble 44. Wildof India are the parents of a new baby /gla//Kg/kV'//,'/6H. 3Correet-Good l-0Correct-Poor G. 17. Consumed 46 Hit _/70t/,fOA'EE, ' _. '-PPv  19. Dash 48. US girl, weighing eight pounds 1. R Ai N P 2,. Higbestnote 49. Kind of heron, and eight ounces, bornonOct. I. 22. Melt 51. Di.olors 6 at Cottage Hospital in /M/r. 24. Block 53. Island Woodsville. CR'/.K 26. Prefix, not 54. Not difficult /. GRff)E . TRICK C.. CINDy 27; French river DOWN 29. Smart CLUE= or treat! 31. Water i. Fistl eotars 2. 33. Lambs' pen 3. Work unit , nome 4. Skin diseose CLUEt (XNXII OA/HI, [=O/D T/IP/A/ " ,L J " J ---] A. F B. HOON C. CAT CLUE= On Hallown night he is al:out. , m" 00INIU/MI P/PI A SusH . RSK C COSTUtq CIA= Ne make Jacl-O-Lanterns from them L V-NIMcffId "b V-NI1800 '[ (-J, SOHD " ' enjoy a sensible Halloween, the U.S. This is part of the protectorates around the GRUBBY AH CAN1" t -:l J r . [ B.Warren. Sattler these cards serve as society's continuing program world. reg!strations for the unique to further the general .welfare Miss Blake's assignment #] D.E_I/.. WHETHE',%..., Hil HEP, LT/4 I -- = = a = a discipleship and evangelism. Bath school hoOK ClOD She was graduated from ............ afford High School, then ]L,_ /. -- _ earned a bachelor of arts spawns reamng interest degreeiwsocial services at the A(3 ........ university of New Hampshire AQUARIUS - January 21-Febmmy 19. BATH--During the first weeks btacey Amrten, .Jason mo  a ,e mt," , tho n .... of school the students at Bath Sulham, Mike Poor, Stephen 00'0000ffst 6i;00r00[7 ........... A quiet pe.od so0000y, ,00th the accent on new Village School have tieen McDonnell, Sonya Cate ,,P,, .. - . tional programs. Peace taties -- perhaps with  . _ ......... ' i m excltea aoout my ficult relative -- are in the picture. reading books to become ueome wooos, tnly ...... .......... assignment ann me op- PISCES- Fel=ruary20-Match20 i members of a fall book club. McDonnell,.Joyce roar, v=nsu nnrt,,nltv tn ,rv Cnrl el s r ........ a .......... Avoid making snap decisions, especisdly on pr Students were asked by Ph p , Kathy McDonnell, th,,,,,,h ,,n,-bi,,,,ith e ...... teachers at the school, to Cindy Goslant, Debbie Cole, Cr',s'%'e f'or'C'h';7":--'' Communication is a strong point, so get on share their books by .either ......... Brad Hurlbert, Kirsten Blae,--'-=- "'^u'auae-"-"' ""':'=.t wm ve reports, phone calls, etc. drawing a picture or wrmng a uernsn, bara teeiewoury, .:., .... , ....... n^.,. :_ ARIF. - March 21-A111 20 _ short paragraph about the Stacey wright, ann Tma dtvalnnina tl'MiP rnnal You can see now how an important career or books they read In four Woods -- ..... z-.-, .-.-- z--.-=. .... shape up, but don't expect too much to h . ." ....... cnaracter ano goals as Well as weeks, 130 books were read Tne tmro anu lourtn graaers ovnl*inln ta them tha Romance is sparkling through the week. and shared., at Bath School. are selling t"V'm':c's 'yna , o:t ........... a personal TAURUS - April 21-May 22 _. The followmg readers were Current Magazme products to roltlnnhin with trtwl " Your favorite friend is in a lavish mood, but you 'rr members of the club: raise money for a class trip at ............ " ........ in practical terms. Current long-distance eventS ' Peter ROy, Ca  your future plans. Jodi Arcari, Donnie lant, these super salesmen haven't z'=. : " GEMINI - May 23-June 21 Amy Lenkowski, Josh knocked on your door, you re l-']ano [eacrler Financial reversal can start you thinking in more I_,evesque, Miehelie Fenoff, welcome to contact any third L _-._  1.,--! PA'S BOY By BRAD  perhaps you decide to freshen up old skills. Sociall Stephen Driscoll, Peter or fourth graders to pl0ce an llOBll lll[,i[flll Kalni ns, Brad Houston, order. BRADFORD-- Piano pupils of ment and surprise. Katrina Munn participated in CANCER - June 22-Jul 22 " . i sJ . . the first studio musicales of Thursday-Monday can include a legal wrangle plU,fj II  s s the season. Playing for routine jobs. November startson a romantically I "_ ]_ parents and friends on positive financial news. " Saturday evening, Oct. 24, LEO- July 23-August 22 . , rid= ,i u,..,.,., were Heather Wood, Tim Relationship with children continues to improve, ='. I[I "'-  II _ .ur..n II Grow, Ryan Grow, James are eager to spoil you. Transit delays signal I ad' I _. ..... | , f. ,.=,;w I Hammond, and Keith Button, ')) ., your visiting plans. I  A * "x# I 'lii.=.', . 1 from grades seven through llJ  VmGO - August 23-September 22 . kLEl I  /#IBII' I  I Unable to be present were Emphasis is on originality, especially in dealjlqi I  ' I  ll l Elene Demetrules, Jennifer home and at work. Week's highlights include outsell IH" II  ,7-li | 'F|   II Lackey, and Janet Burow. NAPOLEON By McBride and Moore activies ..... !,, , "--d!, , RatedPGI Playing on Sunday af- , //. K#K[////, ,. ternoon, Oct. 25, were Ariel ! ;/ ;11 .B. -- September 23.43tolt .._______ ' The week accents both selling and inventing, r'(0.____. l .............. Cahn, Kristie Harris, Alison I //- / / Z=LNUST--- rv'tN' -,/'"1 I////'Ii,"L""""" > "T3:'ll  JJ I I may sound a llttle vague, but it's not the best tirr i -- MatlneesSatur(la anaunaa at z:00 Gould, Asa Metcalf, Michael details. 1 "1"__ Tomlinson, Susan Belyea, Abigail Metcalf, Mary Ruth SCORPIO- Oetobe 23-Novembrt4 Jr8 .... Elder, Timmy Wilkins, Beth Partner seems mysterlous but it's best to staY'": Button, Kelly Collins and Associates seem to be testing you, but no one v-:i [-----  ..... Roxanna Zampieri. Meg Scorpio this week. 11 J   '   r r) 1 Chambers was unable to be SAGITI'ARIUS - Novemb 22-Dit I  ""ml =J I1 =J 1 present. These students were A long-lasting domestic matter is positively r" I -"Pli i 1  P_,._, e, 1 in grades two through 6. established between you and a suspicious col ! V I "lr'-] ,,, _,.=,,,,u, o,: 1W Following each program, comes out of the closet. | J 1,, Woodsville, N.H. lV cider and doughnuts were CAPRICOILN- Decemb2&.Jan! served by Miss Munn. Creativity level is high and you lean toward  l - $'a, .., solved by weekend. suppers :" ' Wear Your Costumes This . :" _ BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK ' Courageous, protective, encouraging -- you . Saturday Night To The Annual to be held rather sly. Domestic dilemma is happily r,o'# ..... P I K E-- T h e B e t h a n y an increased workload this year, but also l Halloween Costume Party & Dance. Congregational Church in beautifying your surroundings. ....... "' R0"uired' Pike is holding Saturday night i---"/ (Cutu,,,o ,.u, , , su f BORN THIS  # ppers rom5:0Oto7:00p.m. October 29th singer Melbe Moore 3Oth, acto, / The menu is different each actress Barbara El Geddes; November la,  l /-/. week. This week it will feature l <A" . spaghetti and next week it will . ( 2nd, actor David Hemmings; 3rd, authoY ian l 8r '-v'lLt.-. be turkey. The proceeds will L  :' L[ j Art Carney. uOA-, "U]V be used to pay for the work i " done to protect the stained glass windows from van- ' (roq  dalism. .atnrdav flctohar 31St The Reverend Debra IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern _ i . ACROSS 34. Skyward 5' P,rt n-'f h, 37. Prefix, outer "Reunited" ""  ,Jo 9. B ur'n ........ 37. Greek letter