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October 28, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 College students split for Upper Valley fandlies In the New donated by local foresters, of neigh-tree farmers and lumber nearly 100 operations. Sophomore students William Spencer, of Wood- Oct. 22) sville, was among the stint of cut- students. wood to "Operation Emergency supply of Firewood" had its beginnings in a brain-storming session by the Upper Con- a group, mostly freshmen, at a rValley, meeting of the Dartmouth. hope to be able Progressive Network. Winter Home With October's chill mor- Network nings having reminded them between that frigid winter tem- cords of peratures here are not far from logs behind, they began talking school lunch Orford Schoo/s of Oct. 28 to 30: whole kernal corn, pudding. potatoes, franks, spinach, fruit. sandwich, gelatin. Mountain Union School 28 to 30: Tomato Soup, bologna sandwich, cake & about the wood to be in- cinerated in the bonfire on the College green as the climax to the Dartmouth Night Rally Friday (Oct. 23). But ac- cording to Ann Schonfield, a freshman from Caltimore, Md., and one of the originating group, it was quickly noted in the discussion that the old railroad ties burned in the bonfire could never be used for home heating, since they're still impregnated with creosote and thus did not represent a wasted emergency energy resource. "We asked ourselves then," said Ms. Schonfield, "if there was some other way that Dartmouth students could help meet what for some families will surely be a heating crisis this winter." The students worked on cutting the wood into burnable lengths until Friday, Oct. 24, by which time, the last cord was trucked off to emergency firewood depots maintained by the Winter Home Emergency Network, to clear Hollands celebrate 25th anniversary by STELLA KNAPP E. CORINTH--Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holland of Norwich celebrated their 25th an- niversary Oct. 18 at a party at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Holland of E. Corinth. Hosts and hostesses were the couple's daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Martell, of Barre, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Holland. Present were' Mrs. Holland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnston and niece and nephew, Aminy and Danny Johnston of Rouses Point, N.Y., also Mr. Holland's brother and family, the Clark Hollands d Med- field, Mass. Other guests were from Norwich, Barre, Sbelburne, and E. Corinth in Vermont; and Hanover and Canterbury, N.H. Harry Holland and Barbara Johnston were married in Rouses Point, N.Y. on Oct. 20, 1956. They have five children: Mary Anne Martell, Barre; Judy, who is spending a year in Germany; Michael, at I Social Little Oxbow 4.H news by DANNY KEITH dard for donating 4-H t-shirts N. HAVERHILL--The Little to the club. Oxbow 4-H Club has held their year.first meeting of the new 4-H Handicapped The club voted on having a Halloween Party. Members citizen8 will meet volunteered for a committee. BRADFORD--The Upper UVM; and Joseph and James, They were: Rob DeRosia, Valley Association for Han- at home. Mr. Holland is a Craig Roy, Jeremy Brooks, dicapped Citizens is having partner and Treasurer of and Brian Britt. The club is their monthly meeting, Clifford of Vermont in Bethel. taking money out of the bank Monday, Nov. 2, 7:30 p.m. at Mrs. Holland is a nurse in the to pay for cider, prizes, and the Life Skills Center in Hanover Home Health refreshments. Members Bradford, Vt., at the old Ag. Visiting Nurse Service at the signed up for new projects, building behind the Academy. Mary Hitchcock Hospital in Thank you notes were For more information, Hanover, N.H. written to Mr. Carroll Stod- please call Julie Marsh at 802- 222-9028. Stephanie Allen weds AI BRADFORD--Stephanie Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Allen of Brad- ford, and Alan Harry Rowe, son of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Rowe of Wells River, were united in marriage on Oct. 10 Rowe Dance were held at the Lake Morey Inn. The bride graduated from the University of Vermont in 1975 with a Bachelor's degree in Nursing. She is presently employed by the Franklin .an i DIAMONDS' WATCHES [ | We Repair ACCUTRON, TIMEX | in the Richford School ] unclAd!Makes. __ I District. U HASKELL JEWELERS ] Following a trip to Martha's Vineyard, the couple will ]--ttl-o, iNH"03l -I reside in E. Franklin, Vt. ___ 1003) 444-3351 | milk. Fish Kabobs, mashed potato, rolls-butter, pudding, milk. on Bun, french fries, carrot, milk, Elemental. School Oct. 28 to 30: Pork Sandwich, vegetable soup, peaches, Spaghetti-Meatballs, hot rolls, fruit cocktail, !Tuna Macaroni Salad, hot rolls, applesauce, ! R. Morrill Elementa School 28 to 30: Joe, carrot & celery sticks, ice cream B'aked Eggs, spinach, biscuit, chocolate Burger, buttered carrots, bread-butter, Academy Junior Huh School 28 to30: Hamburger-Gravy, rice, corn, chocolate peas-carrots, tossed salad, but- milk. tossed salad, pineapple-pears, milk. Woodsville Huh School Macaroni & Cheese, tossed salad, banana milk. 'Hamburger, hamburg roll, corn, gingerbread- coleslaw, hot rolls, Jello, milk. Wentworth School 4: Cheeseburger, french fries, carrot sticks, orange juice. Casserole, carrots, chocolate pud- , mashed potatoes, peas, carrot sticks, Rolls, carrot sticks, cookies, milk. spinach, carrot sticks, applesauce, milk Soup, peanut butter and jelly pudding cup, milk. the way for the Dartmouth Night torchlight parade, athletic teams rally and the season's final bonfire. The Winter Home Emergency Network Russell Pazdro and Carol Sanborn Carol Sanborn will at the United Church of Christ in Bradford, Vt. The Reverend John Knight officiated at the double ring ceremony. Miss Katrina Munn was the organist. A buffet and Contra County Home Health Association. The groom graduated from the Univer- sity of Vermont in 1976 and 1980. He is now teaching music (WHEN) is operated as a joint an II Pazdro venture by Listen Center in wed sse lona-Lafayeue Chapter ne Lebanon, the Opportunity , .....  , BRADF ford Center in Canaan, the Senior OR rs. Richard " . N. HAVERHILL-- On camP, P.G.P. and Dean G. .  I Citizen's Center in Lebanon H. Sanborn, S. Pleasant St., Mr. Pazdro is a 1978 Tuesday, Oct. 13 at the Hammond, P.G.P. The past Lial, fv,,i,,J I and Headrest, a crisis in-Bradford, Vt. announces the graduate of Currier High tervention center also in engagement of her daughter School in Chicago, Ill. Both Masonic Temple in N. appointive officers and rFrN l#r 'n Grand Haverhill, an early meeting of Representatives were also L eban on. Carol Suzanne to Russ ell young pea ple are seni ors at iona-La fa ye tte Chapter No. honored. The Instal ling Grand '/IP t , [ Through these outlets, Pazdro, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley University in Peoria, 39, O.E.S. was held at 5:30 Matron introduced the other WHEN services needy Wm. Pazdro, 5316 S. Kolin, Ill., majoring in geology, p.m. with Worthy Matrons members of her suite which i . ,,c, ; rs*T,=oT, ',',,s Ill" P'b," I families in Lebanon, W. Chicago, Ill. A June wedding is planned. Edith Hammond and Dean were as follows, Shirley , .......... , ....  ..... Lebanon, Enfield, Canaan, Miss Sanborn is a 1978  Hammond presiding. Creighton, Past Adah, I ]--"----,-',..,o..,o. ..,', [ (Please turn to page S) graduate of Oxbow High .......... Following the early meeting, a Installing Grand Marshal; o,m.,- ,,- UHIUKIN PII . SUPPER pot-lnck supper was served in Marilyne Church P.M., I['/]/[" -IO French I _ A It t =AaP=. S.=. L N. THETFORD--There will the dining room. Installing Grand Chaplain; ItB,'[/], Cks WEST LEBANON. NH I ]11  II UUIlIIIIUIII I Y W be a Chicken Pie Supper at the At8:00p.m. asemi-public Raymond Burton, Installing I  'lPINIVIW MI:I!tNA'rlONALImlOALSVK:I/| =l ................................. installation of officers was Grand Organist. a  ,,  ..... I Vf-I 1  A I r' IP I='% A .,,. l t. Tnetioru t'armn alt on tk3dP l I ,o.llki.,,l | | [..1[,, | Nov. 7 starting at 5:00 p.m. held. The Installing Suite were Attending the installation brought in the hall and seated, were members from other ' ...... Adults will pay $4.25 and After the chapter officers chapters and two guests. children under 12 will be Wednesday, Oct. 28 served for $2.00. Pre-schoolers were in their seats, the Worthy The officers installed were, will be served free. Matron welcomed everyone Worthy Matron, Edith INTERESTING FACT Submerging a lemon in hot water for 15 minutes before squeezing will yield much more juice. WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizen's Luncheon, at the United Church of Christ vestry, serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. E. CORINTH: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the town hall from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. BRADFORD: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the Bradford Senior Center from 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. Friday, Oct. 30 BRADFORD: Senior Citizen's Luncheon, at the Oxbow Vocational Center; serving at 11:45 a.m. For reservations call 222-4782. BRADFORD: "Haunted House", behind the Low mansion, starting at dark. Saturday, Oct. 31 and the distinguished guests were presented and honored. Those presented were, Helen M. Yuill, P.G.M., Installing Grand Matron; and Philip R. Allen, P.G.P., Installing Grand Patron. Others presented were, Edward S. BRADFORD: Club Level Square Dance, at the Oxbowhi school ca feteria, from 8: 0o to 11: oo p.m. BRADFORD: "Haunted House", behind the Low mansion, starting atdark. . It is the time of goblins, Monday, Nov. 2 ghosts, and bewitching, so you Hammond; Worthy Patron, Dean Hammond; Associate Matron, Dianna Brooks; Associate Patron, Raymond Sanders; Secretary, Ethel Bartzis; Treasurer, Marjorie Page; Conductress, Marjorie Bylaw; Associate Con- ductress, Fortunee Bennett; Chaplain, Ruby Garceau; Marshal, Pearl Robinson; Organist, Barbara Sanders; Adah, Sylvia Robertson; Ruth, Janice Crawford; Esther, Eula Mitchell; Electa, LLil!isn McBurney; Warder, Walter Bennett; Sen, town Halloween party." . Lester DeFrates, The teenagers liked "tostay The Associate Matron BRADFORD: Upper Valley Association for the Handicapped meeting, 7:30 p.m., at the Life Skills Center behind the Bradford Academy Building. Wednesday, Nov. 4 THETFORD: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the Thetford Hill Church from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. better watch out! Halloween is here. I asked villagers of all ages what they liked best about Halloween. Here are some of the kids answers: "What is goodest is that you wear pretty masks . . . or scary ones." "I like being a out late", "to fix up the spookiest haunted house, and scare all my friends", and some tricks that we'd better not mention. Adults said, "I like the idea about disguising oneself. It's the nearest one gets to a carnival." presented the Worthy Matron a bouquet of roses and monetary gift from her of- ficers and the Worthy Patron received a monetary gift from the chapter. The Worthy Matron thanked the Installing Suite and called on them to speak at which selection of calicos in Start Upper Quilting Your ! Valley Supplies Christmas 'including Project hoops Now ! Prints Corduroy New and Flannel Ouilted Fabrics Tues.-Thurs 10-5:30 Frl. 10-8 Sat. 10-5 COUPON CLIPPER i I ing up a storm at a refund convention witch." "I can't decide whether to be a lobster or a wizard." "Trick or treating-- thats the funnest part I knew." "Getting the candy is great." (Of course they all liked the candy.) One mentioned apples "What do I like about Halloween? Everything! Pumpkins. Cornstalks. Stuffing scarecrows. We have Ozzie and Harriet scarecrows on our front porch. They must look convincing because one of the neighbors waved to them and raisins too. when passing by for two days Pumpkins rated bigh. "It's before noticing the pumpkin l -- -- -- -- -- --    d ..... i fun to cut out a pumpkin face heads. four-serving size packages and to roast and eat the seeds One village adult said, "The and I of Jell-O Instant Pudding too " only thing I don't l!ke is kids I I and'r Jell'O Pudding and ''Last year I painted a face that get nasty" We re hping rs to Pie Filling. Expires June 1, on my jck-o-la-ntera, pasted lots of costumed trick or 5p.m. ' l!p [  1982. on yarn for hair--and won a treaters will stop by our house .' start J -- Jell-O-Cool Whip Rain- prize for the prettiest at the this year." )rk State bow in a Cloud Refund. first Receive 50 cents in coupons. I I Send the required refund we start- form, two side labels from ff pre- any Cool Whip and the inside wear? __| pouches from two 6..ounce or "-- -=" =" " =" " four 3-ounce Jell-O pack- with ages. Expires June 30, 1982. "And -- Nabisco $1 Refund. Wednesday, Oct. 28 refund opening. Finally an album of where most of the conven- Receive a $1 refund. Send LYME: Selectmen,7:00 p.m. and forms became free. tioneers had their rooms, the the required refund form ORFORD: Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. her. "Is anyone looking at that trading continued until the and the purchase confirma- N. HAVERHILL: Haverhill SchooIBoard, 7:30 p.m. f your album?" I asked as I pushed wee hours. Can you imagine tion seals from any three Friday, Oct. 29 my own album to the center refunders wandering different Nabisco Snack WOODSVILLE: HaverhillDistrietceurt, 2:00p.m. of the table, through the hotel corridors Crackers. Expires Dec. 31, Monday, Nov. 2 i enve- Wendy watched and soon clutching albums and suit- 1981. WOODSVILLE: HaverhillSelectmen,7:00p.m. -- Pillsbury Brownie $1 FAIRLEE: Selectmen, 8:00p.m. did the same thing, cases full of refund forms Refund Offer. Send the N. HAVERHILL: Grafton County Commissioners, 10:30a.m. the We traded refund forms until 3 a.m.? Tuesday, Nov. 3 one-for-one; when one of the I'll tell you more about required refund form and that all others found a refund form the convention in next two box tops from any Pills- GROTON: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. in my album that she want- week's column, bury Deluxe Fudge Brownie WOODSVILLE: Precinct Commissioners, 7:30p.m. ed, I tried to find one that I Here's a refund form to Mix. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. BRADFORD: VillageTrustees,7:20P.m. -- Kitchens of Sara Lee. THETFORD: School Board, 7:30 p.m. hotel wanted in hers. write for: Toni Lightwaves Wendy was all rapturous $1 Cash Refund Oiler, P.O. Receive a $1 refund and Wednesday, Nov. 4 four 25-cent coupons. Send W. FAIRLEE" SchoolBoard,7:30p.m. up. We smiles. Box 4429, Maple Plain, the required refund form ORFORD:Seltmen,8:00p.m. in our "I love it, I love it," she Minn. 55348. This offer and the ingredient lists from LYME: Selectmen,7:00p.m. , back whispered to me. "There are expires Dec. 31, 1981. any four Sara Lee products. more refund forms here Here is this week's list of Exnires Dec. 31, 1981 ........ : ........... ., ' .... regis- than I have ever seen in my refund offers. Start looking nns! These offers don't | i:!i!i and I wholelLfe!" for the required refund require forms: [!iliiii: i)i!]' 14"]l]MlIrl]l[ plastic Soon we were ready to forms, which youcanobtain --Drake's $2 Offer, P.O. |i!ii! [i! JL" K&.KKU.VU.k.7 Pebliea- move to another table and at the supermarket, in news- Box 94683, Sehaumburg, I11. [:.::=;! ;:i-j|! ''  _ t .... start trading all over again, paper and magazine 60194. Receive $2 in store ]:ii: iiii ll-g,rtl"llZ'niw'd[ - As the evening wore on Icol- advertisements and from coupons. Send 20 complete -!i: i! 1-'lJJkk3plllJL' them lected the names of other trading with friends. Mean- wrappers (or Universal ::ii!!: ;::! i  I conventioneers so I could while, start collecting the Product Code symbols) from [ n e trade with them by mail in needed proofs of purehase as any "m, dividual packages of / ii: ! K.Jk the future, detailed below. Remember, Drake s products. Expires /: i ,i :i  By the time Judy Caruso, some offers are not avail- Dec. 31, 1981. / /   ?!i the convention organizer, able in all areas of the court- -- Kjeldsens Butter Cook- / / ]ik  ENDS SAT, brought the first trading ses- try. , ies, Atalanta Corr., 17 Var-  I I \\; /" - , sion to a dose around Todays refund offers are ick Street, New York, N.Y..   t  " " Oct. 31 midnight, Wendy and I had worth $8. I0013. Receive a $1 cnecx /,/ \\;\ " :j \\; barely managed to trade Baked Goods, for use toward a Kjeldsens   sev- with about a third of the Desserts(File 7) purchase. Send the circular divider found between the other conventioneers. g y r "1 "Do we have to go to sleep -- Jell-O Stripe-It-Rich layers of cookies. Expires j, now?" Wendy moaned. Cake Refund Offer. Receive Dec. 81, 1981. as we "Sleep! Who's talking a 50-cent refund. Send the " . -  .v v about sleep? I answered, required refund form and cwn.kt mz, an Back on the 14th fl three front panels from UtedVehaSte, l. W00DSVILLE ST. J0HNSBUR00 time they thanked the Chapter for their gifts which were presented to them. The Worthy Patron also said a few words. The Worthy Matron gave her flower, colors, emblem and aims for the coming year and thanked everyone who helped to get ready for the Installation. She announced the next meeting would be Nov. 10, and that following the meeting there would be a Arts and Craft Sale in the dining room, any members attending should bring something for the sale. At the close of the meeting, refreshments were served in the dining room. On Monday, OCt. 19, at 7:30 p.m. an Eastern Star Service was held at the Ricker Funeral Home in Woodsville for Sister Lillie Zwicker. Rumney man completes Army basic tram00 RUMNEY--Pvt. Richard A. Dew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Conrand Dew of Route I, Rumney, N.H., has completed basic training at Fort Knox, Ky. During the training, students receive instructions in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tac- tics, military courtesy, military justice, first aid, and Army history and traditions. INTERESTING FACT The most common last name in beth the U.S. and Great Britain is Smith. ::::::::::::::::::::::::: TASKER'S WELL We Need Your Business!. 603-942-8173 603-942-5581 i NORTHWOOD, N.H. ' Hush puppA00 foshion boors comforfably Make your own fashion statement in boots this Fa!Lby selecting glove-soft, smooth leather Hush Puppies heels. The height is ri, iht. And so is the REGENT III St./ohnsbuty, Ft. * WoodsvRle, N.H. USE YOUR OPEN FRID/ CHARCE FAMILY SHOE STORE NIGHTS "I'll. ACCOUNT 9:00 P.M. October 28, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 College students split for Upper Valley fandlies In the New donated by local foresters, of neigh-tree farmers and lumber nearly 100 operations. Sophomore students William Spencer, of Wood- Oct. 22) sville, was among the stint of cut- students. wood to "Operation Emergency supply of Firewood" had its beginnings in a brain-storming session by the Upper Con- a group, mostly freshmen, at a rValley, meeting of the Dartmouth. hope to be able Progressive Network. Winter Home With October's chill mor- Network nings having reminded them between that frigid winter tem- cords of peratures here are not far from logs behind, they began talking school lunch Orford Schoo/s of Oct. 28 to 30: whole kernal corn, pudding. potatoes, franks, spinach, fruit. sandwich, gelatin. Mountain Union School 28 to 30: Tomato Soup, bologna sandwich, cake & about the wood to be in- cinerated in the bonfire on the College green as the climax to the Dartmouth Night Rally Friday (Oct. 23). But ac- cording to Ann Schonfield, a freshman from Caltimore, Md., and one of the originating group, it was quickly noted in the discussion that the old railroad ties burned in the bonfire could never be used for home heating, since they're still impregnated with creosote and thus did not represent a wasted emergency energy resource. "We asked ourselves then," said Ms. Schonfield, "if there was some other way that Dartmouth students could help meet what for some families will surely be a heating crisis this winter." The students worked on cutting the wood into burnable lengths until Friday, Oct. 24, by which time, the last cord was trucked off to emergency firewood depots maintained by the Winter Home Emergency Network, to clear Hollands celebrate 25th anniversary by STELLA KNAPP E. CORINTH--Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holland of Norwich celebrated their 25th an- niversary Oct. 18 at a party at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Holland of E. Corinth. Hosts and hostesses were the couple's daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Martell, of Barre, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Holland. Present were' Mrs. Holland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnston and niece and nephew, Aminy and Danny Johnston of Rouses Point, N.Y., also Mr. Holland's brother and family, the Clark Hollands d Med- field, Mass. Other guests were from Norwich, Barre, Sbelburne, and E. Corinth in Vermont; and Hanover and Canterbury, N.H. Harry Holland and Barbara Johnston were married in Rouses Point, N.Y. on Oct. 20, 1956. They have five children: Mary Anne Martell, Barre; Judy, who is spending a year in Germany; Michael, at I Social Little Oxbow 4.H news by DANNY KEITH dard for donating 4-H t-shirts N. HAVERHILL--The Little to the club. Oxbow 4-H Club has held their year.first meeting of the new 4-H Handicapped The club voted on having a Halloween Party. Members citizen8 will meet volunteered for a committee. BRADFORD--The Upper UVM; and Joseph and James, They were: Rob DeRosia, Valley Association for Han- at home. Mr. Holland is a Craig Roy, Jeremy Brooks, dicapped Citizens is having partner and Treasurer of and Brian Britt. The club is their monthly meeting, Clifford of Vermont in Bethel. taking money out of the bank Monday, Nov. 2, 7:30 p.m. at Mrs. Holland is a nurse in the to pay for cider, prizes, and the Life Skills Center in Hanover Home Health refreshments. Members Bradford, Vt., at the old Ag. Visiting Nurse Service at the signed up for new projects, building behind the Academy. Mary Hitchcock Hospital in Thank you notes were For more information, Hanover, N.H. written to Mr. Carroll Stod- please call Julie Marsh at 802- 222-9028. Stephanie Allen weds AI BRADFORD--Stephanie Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Allen of Brad- ford, and Alan Harry Rowe, son of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Rowe of Wells River, were united in marriage on Oct. 10 Rowe Dance were held at the Lake Morey Inn. The bride graduated from the University of Vermont in 1975 with a Bachelor's degree in Nursing. She is presently employed by the Franklin .an i DIAMONDS' WATCHES [ | We Repair ACCUTRON, TIMEX | in the Richford School ] unclAd!Makes. __ I District. U HASKELL JEWELERS ] Following a trip to Martha's Vineyard, the couple will ]--ttl-o, iNH"03l -I reside in E. Franklin, Vt. ___ 1003) 444-3351 | milk. Fish Kabobs, mashed potato, rolls-butter, pudding, milk. on Bun, french fries, carrot, milk, Elemental. School Oct. 28 to 30: Pork Sandwich, vegetable soup, peaches, Spaghetti-Meatballs, hot rolls, fruit cocktail, !Tuna Macaroni Salad, hot rolls, applesauce, ! R. Morrill Elementa School 28 to 30: Joe, carrot & celery sticks, ice cream B'aked Eggs, spinach, biscuit, chocolate Burger, buttered carrots, bread-butter, Academy Junior Huh School 28 to30: Hamburger-Gravy, rice, corn, chocolate peas-carrots, tossed salad, but- milk. tossed salad, pineapple-pears, milk. Woodsville Huh School Macaroni & Cheese, tossed salad, banana milk. 'Hamburger, hamburg roll, corn, gingerbread- coleslaw, hot rolls, Jello, milk. Wentworth School 4: Cheeseburger, french fries, carrot sticks, orange juice. Casserole, carrots, chocolate pud- , mashed potatoes, peas, carrot sticks, Rolls, carrot sticks, cookies, milk. spinach, carrot sticks, applesauce, milk Soup, peanut butter and jelly pudding cup, milk. the way for the Dartmouth Night torchlight parade, athletic teams rally and the season's final bonfire. The Winter Home Emergency Network Russell Pazdro and Carol Sanborn Carol Sanborn will at the United Church of Christ in Bradford, Vt. The Reverend John Knight officiated at the double ring ceremony. Miss Katrina Munn was the organist. A buffet and Contra County Home Health Association. The groom graduated from the Univer- sity of Vermont in 1976 and 1980. He is now teaching music (WHEN) is operated as a joint an II Pazdro venture by Listen Center in wed sse lona-Lafayeue Chapter ne Lebanon, the Opportunity , .....  , BRADF ford Center in Canaan, the Senior OR rs. Richard " . N. HAVERHILL-- On camP, P.G.P. and Dean G. .  I Citizen's Center in Lebanon H. Sanborn, S. Pleasant St., Mr. Pazdro is a 1978 Tuesday, Oct. 13 at the Hammond, P.G.P. The past Lial, fv,,i,,J I and Headrest, a crisis in-Bradford, Vt. announces the graduate of Currier High tervention center also in engagement of her daughter School in Chicago, Ill. Both Masonic Temple in N. appointive officers and rFrN l#r 'n Grand Haverhill, an early meeting of Representatives were also L eban on. Carol Suzanne to Russ ell young pea ple are seni ors at iona-La fa ye tte Chapter No. honored. The Instal ling Grand '/IP t , [ Through these outlets, Pazdro, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley University in Peoria, 39, O.E.S. was held at 5:30 Matron introduced the other WHEN services needy Wm. Pazdro, 5316 S. Kolin, Ill., majoring in geology, p.m. with Worthy Matrons members of her suite which i . ,,c, ; rs*T,=oT, ',',,s Ill" P'b," I families in Lebanon, W. Chicago, Ill. A June wedding is planned. Edith Hammond and Dean were as follows, Shirley , .......... , ....  ..... Lebanon, Enfield, Canaan, Miss Sanborn is a 1978  Hammond presiding. Creighton, Past Adah, I ]--"----,-',..,o..,o. ..,', [ (Please turn to page S) graduate of Oxbow High .......... Following the early meeting, a Installing Grand Marshal; o,m.,- ,,- UHIUKIN PII . SUPPER pot-lnck supper was served in Marilyne Church P.M., I['/]/[" -IO French I _ A It t =AaP=. S.=. L N. THETFORD--There will the dining room. Installing Grand Chaplain; ItB,'[/], Cks WEST LEBANON. NH I ]11  II UUIlIIIIUIII I Y W be a Chicken Pie Supper at the At8:00p.m. asemi-public Raymond Burton, Installing I  'lPINIVIW MI:I!tNA'rlONALImlOALSVK:I/| =l ................................. installation of officers was Grand Organist. a  ,,  ..... I Vf-I 1  A I r' IP I='% A .,,. l t. Tnetioru t'armn alt on tk3dP l I ,o.llki.,,l | | [..1[,, | Nov. 7 starting at 5:00 p.m. held. The Installing Suite were Attending the installation brought in the hall and seated, were members from other ' ...... Adults will pay $4.25 and After the chapter officers chapters and two guests. children under 12 will be Wednesday, Oct. 28 served for $2.00. Pre-schoolers were in their seats, the Worthy The officers installed were, will be served free. Matron welcomed everyone Worthy Matron, Edith INTERESTING FACT Submerging a lemon in hot water for 15 minutes before squeezing will yield much more juice. WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizen's Luncheon, at the United Church of Christ vestry, serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. E. CORINTH: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the town hall from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. BRADFORD: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the Bradford Senior Center from 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. Friday, Oct. 30 BRADFORD: Senior Citizen's Luncheon, at the Oxbow Vocational Center; serving at 11:45 a.m. For reservations call 222-4782. BRADFORD: "Haunted House", behind the Low mansion, starting at dark. Saturday, Oct. 31 and the distinguished guests were presented and honored. Those presented were, Helen M. Yuill, P.G.M., Installing Grand Matron; and Philip R. Allen, P.G.P., Installing Grand Patron. Others presented were, Edward S. BRADFORD: Club Level Square Dance, at the Oxbowhi school ca feteria, from 8: 0o to 11: oo p.m. BRADFORD: "Haunted House", behind the Low mansion, starting atdark. . It is the time of goblins, Monday, Nov. 2 ghosts, and bewitching, so you Hammond; Worthy Patron, Dean Hammond; Associate Matron, Dianna Brooks; Associate Patron, Raymond Sanders; Secretary, Ethel Bartzis; Treasurer, Marjorie Page; Conductress, Marjorie Bylaw; Associate Con- ductress, Fortunee Bennett; Chaplain, Ruby Garceau; Marshal, Pearl Robinson; Organist, Barbara Sanders; Adah, Sylvia Robertson; Ruth, Janice Crawford; Esther, Eula Mitchell; Electa, LLil!isn McBurney; Warder, Walter Bennett; Sen, town Halloween party." . Lester DeFrates, The teenagers liked "tostay The Associate Matron BRADFORD: Upper Valley Association for the Handicapped meeting, 7:30 p.m., at the Life Skills Center behind the Bradford Academy Building. Wednesday, Nov. 4 THETFORD: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the Thetford Hill Church from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. better watch out! Halloween is here. I asked villagers of all ages what they liked best about Halloween. Here are some of the kids answers: "What is goodest is that you wear pretty masks . . . or scary ones." "I like being a out late", "to fix up the spookiest haunted house, and scare all my friends", and some tricks that we'd better not mention. Adults said, "I like the idea about disguising oneself. It's the nearest one gets to a carnival." presented the Worthy Matron a bouquet of roses and monetary gift from her of- ficers and the Worthy Patron received a monetary gift from the chapter. The Worthy Matron thanked the Installing Suite and called on them to speak at which selection of calicos in Start Upper Quilting Your ! Valley Supplies Christmas 'including Project hoops Now ! Prints Corduroy New and Flannel Ouilted Fabrics Tues.-Thurs 10-5:30 Frl. 10-8 Sat. 10-5 COUPON CLIPPER i I ing up a storm at a refund convention witch." "I can't decide whether to be a lobster or a wizard." "Trick or treating-- thats the funnest part I knew." "Getting the candy is great." (Of course they all liked the candy.) One mentioned apples "What do I like about Halloween? Everything! Pumpkins. Cornstalks. Stuffing scarecrows. We have Ozzie and Harriet scarecrows on our front porch. They must look convincing because one of the neighbors waved to them and raisins too. when passing by for two days Pumpkins rated bigh. "It's before noticing the pumpkin l -- -- -- -- -- --    d ..... i fun to cut out a pumpkin face heads. four-serving size packages and to roast and eat the seeds One village adult said, "The and I of Jell-O Instant Pudding too " only thing I don't l!ke is kids I I and'r Jell'O Pudding and ''Last year I painted a face that get nasty" We re hping rs to Pie Filling. Expires June 1, on my jck-o-la-ntera, pasted lots of costumed trick or 5p.m. ' l!p [  1982. on yarn for hair--and won a treaters will stop by our house .' start J -- Jell-O-Cool Whip Rain- prize for the prettiest at the this year." )rk State bow in a Cloud Refund. first Receive 50 cents in coupons. I I Send the required refund we start- form, two side labels from ff pre- any Cool Whip and the inside wear? __| pouches from two 6..ounce or "-- -=" =" " =" " four 3-ounce Jell-O pack- with ages. Expires June 30, 1982. "And -- Nabisco $1 Refund. Wednesday, Oct. 28 refund opening. Finally an album of where most of the conven- Receive a $1 refund. Send LYME: Selectmen,7:00 p.m. and forms became free. tioneers had their rooms, the the required refund form ORFORD: Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. her. "Is anyone looking at that trading continued until the and the purchase confirma- N. HAVERHILL: Haverhill SchooIBoard, 7:30 p.m. f your album?" I asked as I pushed wee hours. Can you imagine tion seals from any three Friday, Oct. 29 my own album to the center refunders wandering different Nabisco Snack WOODSVILLE: HaverhillDistrietceurt, 2:00p.m. of the table, through the hotel corridors Crackers. Expires Dec. 31, Monday, Nov. 2 i enve- Wendy watched and soon clutching albums and suit- 1981. WOODSVILLE: HaverhillSelectmen,7:00p.m. -- Pillsbury Brownie $1 FAIRLEE: Selectmen, 8:00p.m. did the same thing, cases full of refund forms Refund Offer. Send the N. HAVERHILL: Grafton County Commissioners, 10:30a.m. the We traded refund forms until 3 a.m.? Tuesday, Nov. 3 one-for-one; when one of the I'll tell you more about required refund form and that all others found a refund form the convention in next two box tops from any Pills- GROTON: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. in my album that she want- week's column, bury Deluxe Fudge Brownie WOODSVILLE: Precinct Commissioners, 7:30p.m. ed, I tried to find one that I Here's a refund form to Mix. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. BRADFORD: VillageTrustees,7:20P.m. -- Kitchens of Sara Lee. THETFORD: School Board, 7:30 p.m. hotel wanted in hers. write for: Toni Lightwaves Wendy was all rapturous $1 Cash Refund Oiler, P.O. Receive a $1 refund and Wednesday, Nov. 4 four 25-cent coupons. Send W. FAIRLEE" SchoolBoard,7:30p.m. up. We smiles. Box 4429, Maple Plain, the required refund form ORFORD:Seltmen,8:00p.m. in our "I love it, I love it," she Minn. 55348. This offer and the ingredient lists from LYME: Selectmen,7:00p.m. , back whispered to me. "There are expires Dec. 31, 1981. any four Sara Lee products. more refund forms here Here is this week's list of Exnires Dec. 31, 1981 ........ : ........... ., ' .... regis- than I have ever seen in my refund offers. Start looking nns! These offers don't | i:!i!i and I wholelLfe!" for the required refund require forms: [!iliiii: i)i!]' 14"]l]MlIrl]l[ plastic Soon we were ready to forms, which youcanobtain --Drake's $2 Offer, P.O. |i!ii! [i! JL" K&.KKU.VU.k.7 Pebliea- move to another table and at the supermarket, in news- Box 94683, Sehaumburg, I11. [:.::=;! ;:i-j|! ''  _ t .... start trading all over again, paper and magazine 60194. Receive $2 in store ]:ii: iiii ll-g,rtl"llZ'niw'd[ - As the evening wore on Icol- advertisements and from coupons. Send 20 complete -!i: i! 1-'lJJkk3plllJL' them lected the names of other trading with friends. Mean- wrappers (or Universal ::ii!!: ;::! i  I conventioneers so I could while, start collecting the Product Code symbols) from [ n e trade with them by mail in needed proofs of purehase as any "m, dividual packages of / ii: ! K.Jk the future, detailed below. Remember, Drake s products. Expires /: i ,i :i  By the time Judy Caruso, some offers are not avail- Dec. 31, 1981. / /   ?!i the convention organizer, able in all areas of the court- -- Kjeldsens Butter Cook- / / ] i k  ENDS SAT, brought the first trading ses- try. , ies, Atalanta Corr., 17 Var-  I I \\; /" - , sion to a dose around Todays refund offers are ick Street, New York, N.Y..   t  " " Oct. 31 midnight, Wendy and I had worth $8. I0013. Receive a $1 cnecx /,/ \\;\ " :j \\; barely managed to trade Baked Goods, for use toward a Kjeldsens   sev- with about a third of the Desserts(File 7) purchase. Send the circular divider found between the other conventioneers. g y r "1 "Do we have to go to sleep -- Jell-O Stripe-It-Rich layers of cookies. Expires j, now?" Wendy moaned. Cake Refund Offer. Receive Dec. 81, 1981. as we "Sleep! Who's talking a 50-cent refund. Send the " . -  .v v about sleep? I answered, required refund form and cwn.kt mz, an Back on the 14th fl three front panels from UtedVehaSte, l. W00DSVILLE ST. J0HNSBUR00 time they thanked the Chapter for their gifts which were presented to them. The Worthy Patron also said a few words. The Worthy Matron gave her flower, colors, emblem and aims for the coming year and thanked everyone who helped to get ready for the Installation. She announced the next meeting would be Nov. 10, and that following the meeting there would be a Arts and Craft Sale in the dining room, any members attending should bring something for the sale. At the close of the meeting, refreshments were served in the dining room. On Monday, OCt. 19, at 7:30 p.m. an Eastern Star Service was held at the Ricker Funeral Home in Woodsville for Sister Lillie Zwicker. Rumney man completes Army basic tram00 RUMNEY--Pvt. Richard A. Dew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Conrand Dew of Route I, Rumney, N.H., has completed basic training at Fort Knox, Ky. 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