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November 17, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 FROM POSTMASTER--Gaff Gibbons- of Corinth has received a Certificate Of from the Postmaster General. She has had published a book explaining how the mail author- honomi Gall Gibbons- finding just how the mail does of Corinth has been move. a Certificate of Included in her book on from William postal matters are drawings General of the Bradford and Corinth post office buildings. And lille, an Corinth Postmistress Irene Winning children's Ricker accompanied her to and illustrator Lebanon when the certificate the framed cur- was awarded. Ms. Gibbons- a recent gathering Ancliffe said Ricker's help authorities in was invaluable in finding how This is but one a complicated postal system awards she has over her career of 17 of the was her most functions. The talented author-artist is presently working on a book about how roads are built and has several contracts from Handsomely and hard cover book was a year project for the said many hours are needed in for 28. 30 The Post Office publishers for her new books mail and how it in theworks. One of her books, Trucks, was awarded the New York Times Top Ten Award for one of the best illustrated books. She also produced the popular Clocks and How They Go and the well known Missing Maple Syrup Sap Mystery. She moved here from New York in 1977 and maintains her studio at her home in Corinth. She has an agent, Florence Alexander in New York and travels to the big city at least once each six weeks. RIVER-- Two concerts will be by the North in celebration Year of performing lnUsic. On Sunday, Rt 3 p.m. the chorus at the Peacham Church. The will be offered F, Nov. 30, at 8 p.m. Bradford direction of Mary the North Country Will introduce its COncert by using a initiated at St. in Venice 16th century. Two be placed on op- of the church to each other an- in singing the "0 Wondrous by Giovanni ru-st section of the Will be highlighted of German Andreas Ham- idt called "0 A small and alto echo the larger by two Linnell and and a cellist, In the selection God in the Highest," Lesley Ann Emery ',a duet accompanied SeCond half of the Ls Concert will a Christmas the composer aughan Williams. meaning "This in 16 offerings the Christ. The soloists soprano, Peggy Littleton; tenor of Newbury Robert Mead of the Chorus will he Munn, and for the concerts are $1.00 for are available of the North and will be :at the door. "'|e y Laboratories Dsvm:on of Little Sport F Farm Family of the Year R+e00ate Corner .famil00 PHOTO-GUIDE EXCLUSIVE honored b rFarm Bureau by FRAN HYDE new ontads in the interest of than 100 years and it looks as RYEGATE-- Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson and four children of Ryegate Corner were named the Vermont Farm Family of the Year by the Farm Bureau at its recent annual convention in Burlington. Bill and his brother Fremont operate "Home Acres Farm" which they purchased from their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nelson, in December of 1980. For 14 years before, the sons had been in business with the parents, taking on management responsibilities early in the joint venture. Now the elder Nelson works with his sons, but the management is theirs. The brothers own 3,30 acres and rent 160 for hay. They have 110 acres in corn, part of this in Woedsville. They keep about 280 head of Holsteins and Guernseys, milking about 140. Most of the Guernseys are registered, as well as 20 percent of the Holsteins. Bill and Jennifer are both graduates of the University of Vermont. He graduated in 1968 with a degree in animal and dairy science, and she in 1972, after majoring in elementary education with a minor in communications. They were married in 1972 and Jenny taught a year at Woedsville before they started their family. Though Jenny grew up in a rural area-- Pownal-- she admits that she never knew about haying . . . that the purpose of the operation was to get feed for cattle. But in her 10 years as a farmer's wife she has learned a lot and is now involved in a project of her own, intended to show that a farm woman can make a contribution in promoting her" farm's product. With the support of the Dairy Committee of the Caledonia County Farm Bureau, she plans and presents a milk promotion program. She has spoken to a number of service groups, presented the program at the Farm Bureau convention, and welcomes the chance to make 3-8 yrs. A casual zip-front jacket and pants set for the little fellow. Neat in denim or corduroy. No. 8345 with Photo- Guide is in Sizes 3 to 8 years. Size 4, 2% yards 45-inch. Patterns available only h sizes shown. TO ORDER, send $1.50 for each pattern, plus SOY for putap lad handling', PAffERN CRAFT-Dept. W (name of paper) . 1150 kve. of Amor|cas Now York, H,, 10036 Print Name, Address wi ZIP CODE, Style Nambor and Size, Sob Knit The cowl-neck sweater is simple to knit from mo- hair yarn and so warm to wear with skirts or pants. No. 5012 has knit direc- tions for Sizes Small, Medium and Large (8-18) inclusive. TO ORDER, send $1.50 for u#h panorn, plus 5 for postage and candling. PATTEIUI l--Dq W (name of paper) 1150 Ave. of Amerh:as Hew York, N.Y. 10036 Print Name, Address wlUt ZIP CODE and Style Number. 1982 ALBUM with D-page GIFT SECTION with full directions. Price ... $2.25. ROOKS at $3.25 each Q-131--HEIRLOOM HANOIWORK--20 types of needlework skills. milk consumption. Bill is a member of the Agri- Mark milk cooperative. Both are officers of Blue Mountain Grange; Bill is master this year. Presently, Bill is a trustee and Jenny, Women's chairman, of the Caledonia County Farm Bureau. Previously he had been on the legislative committee and she, the dairy committee. He is a past director of Blue Mountain Union School and is now a trustee of Cottage Hospital. Jenny is a town auditor, and both are members of the Ryegate United Presbyterian Church. Home Acres Farm has been in the Nelson family more though the future may find Nelsons still there. Bill and Jenny's son Grant, 8, along with his cousins, have calves to care for and is interested in farm activities. The younger children are Hannah, 61/2, Andrew 4, and Betsy, 3. Fremont and his wife Marsha have three sons. VESPERS TO FEATURE CHAMBER SINGERS ..... THETFORD-- The Thetford  Chamber Singers will hold their Candlelight Vespers Service at the First Congregational Church of Thetford Hill on Dec. 5. There will be two concerts scheduled for 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. A Woman's Point of View Life on the Farm by FRAN HYDE T/me/s mone00- How often we've heard that, and how well we know it's true. In the light of that, this should be a very expensive column. In late summer Arthur gave me a copy of a magazine article telling of a new method of processing and packaging milk to give it a long shelf life. I intended to use it in a column and so it remained on my desk. When I was in Louisville, Ky., with Arthur the last week in September, small cartons of this product were offered to the meeting-goers at coffee-break time. I took one; drank the contents and brought the carton home with me to use in conjunct]GTi with the article that was "right there on the desk" As you may have guessed by now, the article has not proved to be right on the desk, and I have looked and looked for it. Today I've decided to go ahead with what information I have, and spend no more time looking. The half-pint carton I have says on the front: "Ready-Pack FARM BEST, Grade A-Homogenized, UHT Long Shelf Life, Vitamin D Milk, Refrigerate After Opening." Nutritional information is on a side panel. The carton, printed in " Sweden, is probably of the same weight and quality of others used for milk. It measures 4" x 2%" x II/z '' and contains a single serving. To add to the convenience of this now product, a short straw is stuck diagonally to the back of the carton. One end is cut so that it has a sharp point, and this can be inserted through a place in the top, or the top can be opened and a pouring spout 1.132-T0 GIVE or KEEP-40 nee- slework /terns to make, SMALL MEDIUM LARGE formed. The milk was treated at a temperature higher than ordinarily used for pasteurizing and quickly cooled, if I remember what I read. The flavors offered where I tried it were: plain milk, banana, chocolate and strawberry. I chose f L i I00end+ Eastman to wed Wendy Gall Eastman GROTON-- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eastman announce the engagement of their daughter, Wendy Gall, to Kevin Wade Wheeler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wheeler of Wells River. Miss Eastman will graduate from Blue Mountain Union High School in June 1983. Mr. Wheeler graduated from Blue Mountain Union High School in 1981 and will graduate from Vermont Technical College with an Associates Degree in Mechanical Engineering in May of 1983. An August 20, 1963 wedding is planned. Pike children paradd at Halloween pm'tv Pike Halloween Party held recently in Pike. Judges for this popular event were: Mary Beattie, Eva Hines, Rhoda Ainsley and Adrian Conrad. Winners in the following categories were: Infant-,-3 yrs. old Most Original -- Travis Ramsey (train); Prettiest Maggie Hall (Miss Picky Pike); Cutest -- Patty Williams (Bugs Bunny); Most Unusual -- Billy Jo Smith (lion) ; Judge's Special Jessica Grimes (farmer's daughter). 4 Yrs. old to 7 Most Original  B.J. Donahue (bullfighter) ; Prettiest -- Cheri Dennis (witch); Cutest -- Sarah Davis (black cat); Horrible -- Justin Wolfe (monster); PIKE-- Over 80 area children Judge's Special -- Amy Bruce participated in the 8th Annual (Indian Squaw). 8-11 Years old Most Original -- Marc Gheradi (Huck Finn) ; Prettiest -- Brenda Bear (Peter Pan); Most Unusual -- Staci Donahue (gypsy); Most Horrible -- Jeff Simano (caveman). 12 Years & up Most Original -- Scott Smas (dog); Most Unusual -- Karen Fournier & Stephanie East- man (ugly sisters); Most Horrible -- Roy Willey (one armed man) ; Ugliest -- Scott Simano (boogeyman); Judge's Special -- Redney Thompson (beachcomber). Pumpkin Awards went to the Leahy Family, Smas Family, Jeff Simano, Brian D. "Simano, Carrie Steenburg and Joshua Steenburg. Creationism and Evolution debated at Dartmouth HANOVER-- The Collis Center of Dartmouth College served as the location for a debate on Creationism and Evolution on Thursday evening, Nov. 4. Defending Biblical Creationism were: Pastor William Wick, Master of Divinity, from the Bradford Evangelical Free Church, Dr. the plain milk and found the flavor to be different than the raw milk flavor I'm accustomed to, but better than some milk I've been served in restaurants. The carton points out that the milk can be chilled, poured over ice, or quick-cooled in a freezer, that the packages can Michael Paley, Associate go anywhere, anytime and so can be used at work or play, Chaplain -- all of Dartmouth when travelling, boating or camping, for use with meals, College. snacks o r in cooking. With the concern over the discrepency between milk Both teams presented three production and consumption, this presentation of fluid milk eight minute statements may help narrow the gap. When sold through dispensing followed by three three minute machines it may give soft drinks a run for the money. It rebuttals before a student would seem that this convenient packaging would be audience of approximately welcomed by parents who resort to cans of soft drinks as 300. A 20 minute question and being easier to take along, answer period followed the And like soft drinks, these cartons of milk don't need to be formal debate. used right off; I acquired mine in late September and on the Wick, who earned his top was stamped : Best if used by 11-3-82. Master's degree at Trinity Be on the look-out for this product. Given the choice, your Wayne Frair, Professor of Biology at King's College, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y., and Masahiko Sate, Graduate Student in Biology at Dart- mouth. Opposing Creationism were: Dr. Kenneth Korey, Professor of Anthropology, Dr. Charles Stinson, Professor of Religion, and Rabbi Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, Illinois, clarified areas of conflict between the two systems of thought, ex- posed the presuppositions and assumptions of each, and articulated a number of arguments in support of Creationism. He had previously defended the Biblical account of origins in a live debate aired over radio station WNHV. Dr. Fruit was a witness at the so-called "Creation Trial" held in Arkansas earlier this year. He has also authored The Case For Creation published by Moody Press, Chicago. FIRE SUPPER NOV. 20 THETFORD-- There will be a ham and bean supper Saturday, Nov. 20 at the Thefford Elementary School. Serving hours have been set at 5to7p.m. The affair will be for the benefit of the Volunteer Fire Department. New FASHION with spe. cial Grace Cole Collection for larger sizes; plus 2 /1") BONUS Coupons! ,jui 4. Price .... $1.25. II I I Ill II I II I I Your complete lotbiml care center For pick-up und delivury service family may welcome a healthful drink over soft drinks. November is National Farm Women's Month, paying honor to all women on the farm. At the Vermont Farm Bureau meeting last week in Burlington, Mrs. Gladys Wallace of Waterbury was named Farm Wife of the Year. Mrs. Wallace, wife of former Farm Bureau President and Vermont legislator Keith Wallace, is well known throughout the state. The Farm Family of the Year award went to William and Jennifer Nelson of Ryegate Corner. New stained window dedicated BRADFORD-- A new stained glass window, depicting the Tree of Life, was dedicated Sunday morning as part of the worship service at the Bradford United Church of Christ. The memorial window, installed near the northwest corner of the church, was given by Dr. and Mrs. William C. Mumler of Palm Desert, Calif., in loving memory of his ! grandparents, William Bartlett Mumler and Martha Duntley Mumler, and his parents, William Edward Mumler and Maude Cameron Mumler. Dr. Mumler, a heart specialist, was a graduate of Bradford Academy and a number of classmates were among those in the congregation Sunday. Phone 444-2742 Call collect. SEARS ROESUCK, Wosvilie, N.H. PIKE STORE, Pike, N.H. tLAM's STORE, E. Corinth, Vt. FAIRLEE GENERAL, Foldee, Vt. ORFORDVILLE STORE, Orfordvlle, N.H. BATH VARIETY STORE, Both, N.H. GROTON GENERAL STORE, Groton, Vt. SOUTH RYEGATE STORE, South Ryegate. Vt. WESIRN AUTO STORE, 'odford, Vt MERRILLS' iNSURANCE OFFICE, Lisbon, N.H. I IIII III II I I Ii .... 24 HOUR EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE Orange County Mental Ifeoltb TOLL FREE 1-800-622.4244 I I I I --- II IIII i( i Pleasant Street Laundromat 30 Washers 24 Dryers * LOUNGE AREA * CLEAN RESTROOM *. SINK FACILITY * ENJOY SOOTHING MUSIC WHILE YOU WASH II II I I iii1|11111 ills Mr. Maytag Sap, Keep America Strong, With The "Bond A Month Plan" Come In & Sign Up ..... We Will 00ive Away A Drawing To Be Held The 2nd Tuesdiy Of Each Month A 5:00 P.M.  You Do Not Have TO Be Prese To Win I I l LAUHHoMAT Located Nat To Tuck Press On Street Between Woodll 8a,lcs I El  WARM - CLEAN II ii i i i COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL CHECK OUR LOW PRICES CARPET & .. HUGE INVENTORY IN IOCK * IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION VINYL FLOORS " HALE FURNITURE & CARPET |01-122-$755 ,. HADf0RD, VT. What is man Find the answer to this and other ageless questions, in a Bible study class at: Bradford Evangelical Free Ckurck W,,r,,hitl St'rvit'r II:m) IUU'FE 5 ,unda) chool9:45 L(B Eli PLAIN Itill Wick. ,M. I)iv.. Paslor 112 ) 222-,tH|21 The Evangelical Free Church believes: "That man was created in the image of God but fell into sin and is therefore lost and only through regeneration by the Holy Spirit can [__ salvation and Spiritual life, be obtained., r f t i I Quality Jewelers Since 1923 | Woodsville, N.H. II Tel. 747 3482 ' of Dupont Antron Nylon We top off our yoke with a bow, so perfect under jackets or on its own.., of Antron nylon. 00Nice Christmas Gifts--- YOUR FAMILY OtPARIM[NT TOR USE YOUR OPEN FRIDAY CHAR(If, Sl Johnsbury, Vt WooOswlle N H NIGHTS'TIL ACCOUNT ..... 9:00 PM. November 17, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 FROM POSTMASTER--Gaff Gibbons- of Corinth has received a Certificate Of from the Postmaster General. She has had published a book explaining how the mail author- honomi Gall Gibbons- finding just how the mail does of Corinth has been move. a Certificate of Included in her book on from William postal matters are drawings General of the Bradford and Corinth post office buildings. And lille, an Corinth Postmistress Irene Winning children's Ricker accompanied her to and illustrator Lebanon when the certificate the framed cur- was awarded. Ms. Gibbons- a recent gathering Ancliffe said Ricker's help authorities in was invaluable in finding how This is but one a complicated postal system awards she has over her career of 17 of the was her most functions. The talented author-artist is presently working on a book about how roads are built and has several contracts from Handsomely and hard cover book was a year project for the said many hours are needed in for 28. 30 The Post Office publishers for her new books mail and how it in theworks. One of her books, Trucks, was awarded the New York Times Top Ten Award for one of the best illustrated books. She also produced the popular Clocks and How They Go and the well known Missing Maple Syrup Sap Mystery. She moved here from New York in 1977 and maintains her studio at her home in Corinth. She has an agent, Florence Alexander in New York and travels to the big city at least once each six weeks. RIVER-- Two concerts will be by the North in celebration Year of performing lnUsic. On Sunday, Rt 3 p.m. the chorus at the Peacham Church. The will be offered F, Nov. 30, at 8 p.m. Bradford direction of Mary the North Country Will introduce its COncert by using a initiated at St. in Venice 16th century. Two be placed on op- of the church to each other an- in singing the "0 Wondrous by Giovanni ru-st section of the Will be highlighted of German Andreas Ham- idt called "0 A small and alto echo the larger by two Linnell and and a cellist, In the selection God in the Highest," Lesley Ann Emery ',a duet accompanied SeCond half of the Ls Concert will a Christmas the composer aughan Williams. meaning "This in 16 offerings the Christ. The soloists soprano, Peggy Littleton; tenor of Newbury Robert Mead of the Chorus will he Munn, and for the concerts are $1.00 for are available of the North and will be :at the door. "'|e y Laboratories Dsvm:on of Little Sport F Farm Family of the Year R+e00ate Corner .famil00 PHOTO-GUIDE EXCLUSIVE honored b rFarm Bureau by FRAN HYDE new ontads in the interest of than 100 years and it looks as RYEGATE-- Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson and four children of Ryegate Corner were named the Vermont Farm Family of the Year by the Farm Bureau at its recent annual convention in Burlington. Bill and his brother Fremont operate "Home Acres Farm" which they purchased from their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nelson, in December of 1980. For 14 years before, the sons had been in business with the parents, taking on management responsibilities early in the joint venture. Now the elder Nelson works with his sons, but the management is theirs. The brothers own 3,30 acres and rent 160 for hay. They have 110 acres in corn, part of this in Woedsville. They keep about 280 head of Holsteins and Guernseys, milking about 140. Most of the Guernseys are registered, as well as 20 percent of the Holsteins. Bill and Jennifer are both graduates of the University of Vermont. He graduated in 1968 with a degree in animal and dairy science, and she in 1972, after majoring in elementary education with a minor in communications. They were married in 1972 and Jenny taught a year at Woedsville before they started their family. Though Jenny grew up in a rural area-- Pownal-- she admits that she never knew about haying . . . that the purpose of the operation was to get feed for cattle. But in her 10 years as a farmer's wife she has learned a lot and is now involved in a project of her own, intended to show that a farm woman can make a contribution in promoting her" farm's product. With the support of the Dairy Committee of the Caledonia County Farm Bureau, she plans and presents a milk promotion program. She has spoken to a number of service groups, presented the program at the Farm Bureau convention, and welcomes the chance to make 3-8 yrs. A casual zip-front jacket and pants set for the little fellow. Neat in denim or corduroy. No. 8345 with Photo- Guide is in Sizes 3 to 8 years. Size 4, 2% yards 45-inch. Patterns available only h sizes shown. TO ORDER, send $1.50 for each pattern, plus SOY for putap lad handling', PAffERN CRAFT-Dept. W (name of paper) . 1150 kve. of Amor|cas Now York, H,, 10036 Print Name, Address wi ZIP CODE, Style Nambor and Size, Sob Knit The cowl-neck sweater is simple to knit from mo- hair yarn and so warm to wear with skirts or pants. No. 5012 has knit direc- tions for Sizes Small, Medium and Large (8-18) inclusive. TO ORDER, send $1.50 for u#h panorn, plus 5 for postage and candling. PATTEIUI l--Dq W (name of paper) 1150 Ave. of Amerh:as Hew York, N.Y. 10036 Print Name, Address wlUt ZIP CODE and Style Number. 1982 ALBUM with D-page GIFT SECTION with full directions. Price ... $2.25. ROOKS at $3.25 each Q-131--HEIRLOOM HANOIWORK--20 types of needlework skills. milk consumption. Bill is a member of the Agri- Mark milk cooperative. Both are officers of Blue Mountain Grange; Bill is master this year. Presently, Bill is a trustee and Jenny, Women's chairman, of the Caledonia County Farm Bureau. Previously he had been on the legislative committee and she, the dairy committee. He is a past director of Blue Mountain Union School and is now a trustee of Cottage Hospital. Jenny is a town auditor, and both are members of the Ryegate United Presbyterian Church. Home Acres Farm has been in the Nelson family more though the future may find Nelsons still there. Bill and Jenny's son Grant, 8, along with his cousins, have calves to care for and is interested in farm activities. The younger children are Hannah, 61/2, Andrew 4, and Betsy, 3. Fremont and his wife Marsha have three sons. VESPERS TO FEATURE CHAMBER SINGERS ..... THETFORD-- The Thetford  Chamber Singers will hold their Candlelight Vespers Service at the First Congregational Church of Thetford Hill on Dec. 5. There will be two concerts scheduled for 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. A Woman's Point of View Life on the Farm by FRAN HYDE T/me/s mone00- How often we've heard that, and how well we know it's true. In the light of that, this should be a very expensive column. In late summer Arthur gave me a copy of a magazine article telling of a new method of processing and packaging milk to give it a long shelf life. I intended to use it in a column and so it remained on my desk. When I was in Louisville, Ky., with Arthur the last week in September, small cartons of this product were offered to the meeting-goers at coffee-break time. I took one; drank the contents and brought the carton home with me to use in conjunct]GTi with the article that was "right there on the desk" As you may have guessed by now, the article has not proved to be right on the desk, and I have looked and looked for it. Today I've decided to go ahead with what information I have, and spend no more time looking. The half-pint carton I have says on the front: "Ready-Pack FARM BEST, Grade A-Homogenized, UHT Long Shelf Life, Vitamin D Milk, Refrigerate After Opening." Nutritional information is on a side panel. The carton, printed in " Sweden, is probably of the same weight and quality of others used for milk. It measures 4" x 2%" x II/z '' and contains a single serving. To add to the convenience of this now product, a short straw is stuck diagonally to the back of the carton. One end is cut so that it has a sharp point, and this can be inserted through a place in the top, or the top can be opened and a pouring spout 1.132-T0 GIVE or KEEP-40 nee- slework /terns to make, SMALL MEDIUM LARGE formed. The milk was treated at a temperature higher than ordinarily used for pasteurizing and quickly cooled, if I remember what I read. The flavors offered where I tried it were: plain milk, banana, chocolate and strawberry. I chose f L i I00end+ Eastman to wed Wendy Gall Eastman GROTON-- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eastman announce the engagement of their daughter, Wendy Gall, to Kevin Wade Wheeler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wheeler of Wells River. Miss Eastman will graduate from Blue Mountain Union High School in June 1983. Mr. Wheeler graduated from Blue Mountain Union High School in 1981 and will graduate from Vermont Technical College with an Associates Degree in Mechanical Engineering in May of 1983. An August 20, 1963 wedding is planned. Pike children paradd at Halloween pm'tv Pike Halloween Party held recently in Pike. Judges for this popular event were: Mary Beattie, Eva Hines, Rhoda Ainsley and Adrian Conrad. Winners in the following categories were: Infant-,-3 yrs. old Most Original -- Travis Ramsey (train); Prettiest Maggie Hall (Miss Picky Pike); Cutest -- Patty Williams (Bugs Bunny); Most Unusual -- Billy Jo Smith (lion) ; Judge's Special Jessica Grimes (farmer's daughter). 4 Yrs. old to 7 Most Original  B.J. Donahue (bullfighter) ; Prettiest -- Cheri Dennis (witch); Cutest -- Sarah Davis (black cat); Horrible -- Justin Wolfe (monster); PIKE-- Over 80 area children Judge's Special -- Amy Bruce participated in the 8th Annual (Indian Squaw). 8-11 Years old Most Original -- Marc Gheradi (Huck Finn) ; Prettiest -- Brenda Bear (Peter Pan); Most Unusual -- Staci Donahue (gypsy); Most Horrible -- Jeff Simano (caveman). 12 Years & up Most Original -- Scott Smas (dog); Most Unusual -- Karen Fournier & Stephanie East- man (ugly sisters); Most Horrible -- Roy Willey (one armed man) ; Ugliest -- Scott Simano (boogeyman); Judge's Special -- Redney Thompson (beachcomber). Pumpkin Awards went to the Leahy Family, Smas Family, Jeff Simano, Brian D. "Simano, Carrie Steenburg and Joshua Steenburg. Creationism and Evolution debated at Dartmouth HANOVER-- The Collis Center of Dartmouth College served as the location for a debate on Creationism and Evolution on Thursday evening, Nov. 4. Defending Biblical Creationism were: Pastor William Wick, Master of Divinity, from the Bradford Evangelical Free Church, Dr. the plain milk and found the flavor to be different than the raw milk flavor I'm accustomed to, but better than some milk I've been served in restaurants. The carton points out that the milk can be chilled, poured over ice, or quick-cooled in a freezer, that the packages can Michael Paley, Associate go anywhere, anytime and so can be used at work or play, Chaplain -- all of Dartmouth when travelling, boating or camping, for use with meals, College. snacks o r in cooking. With the concern over the discrepency between milk Both teams presented three production and consumption, this presentation of fluid milk eight minute statements may help narrow the gap. When sold through dispensing followed by three three minute machines it may give soft drinks a run for the money. It rebuttals before a student would seem that this convenient packaging would be audience of approximately welcomed by parents who resort to cans of soft drinks as 300. A 20 minute question and being easier to take along, answer period followed the And like soft drinks, these cartons of milk don't need to be formal debate. used right off; I acquired mine in late September and on the Wick, who earned his top was stamped : Best if used by 11-3-82. Master's degree at Trinity Be on the look-out for this product. Given the choice, your Wayne Frair, Professor of Biology at King's College, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y., and Masahiko Sate, Graduate Student in Biology at Dart- mouth. Opposing Creationism were: Dr. Kenneth Korey, Professor of Anthropology, Dr. Charles Stinson, Professor of Religion, and Rabbi Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, Illinois, clarified areas of conflict between the two systems of thought, ex- posed the presuppositions and assumptions of each, and articulated a number of arguments in support of Creationism. He had previously defended the Biblical account of origins in a live debate aired over radio station WNHV. Dr. Fruit was a witness at the so-called "Creation Trial" held in Arkansas earlier this year. He has also authored The Case For Creation published by Moody Press, Chicago. FIRE SUPPER NOV. 20 THETFORD-- There will be a ham and bean supper Saturday, Nov. 20 at the Thefford Elementary School. Serving hours have been set at 5to7p.m. The affair will be for the benefit of the Volunteer Fire Department. New FASHION with spe. cial Grace Cole Collection for larger sizes; plus 2 /1") BONUS Coupons! ,jui 4. Price .... $1.25. II I I Ill II I II I I Your complete lotbiml care center For pick-up und delivury service family may welcome a healthful drink over soft drinks. November is National Farm Women's Month, paying honor to all women on the farm. At the Vermont Farm Bureau meeting last week in Burlington, Mrs. Gladys Wallace of Waterbury was named Farm Wife of the Year. Mrs. Wallace, wife of former Farm Bureau President and Vermont legislator Keith Wallace, is well known throughout the state. The Farm Family of the Year award went to William and Jennifer Nelson of Ryegate Corner. New stained window dedicated BRADFORD-- A new stained glass window, depicting the Tree of Life, was dedicated Sunday morning as part of the worship service at the Bradford United Church of Christ. The memorial window, installed near the northwest corner of the church, was given by Dr. and Mrs. William C. Mumler of Palm Desert, Calif., in loving memory of his ! grandparents, William Bartlett Mumler and Martha Duntley Mumler, and his parents, William Edward Mumler and Maude Cameron Mumler. Dr. Mumler, a heart specialist, was a graduate of Bradford Academy and a number of classmates were among those in the congregation Sunday. Phone 444-2742 Call collect. SEARS ROESUCK, Wosvilie, N.H. PIKE STORE, Pike, N.H. tLAM's STORE, E. Corinth, Vt. FAIRLEE GENERAL, Foldee, Vt. ORFORDVILLE STORE, Orfordvlle, N.H. BATH VARIETY STORE, Both, N.H. GROTON GENERAL STORE, Groton, Vt. SOUTH RYEGATE STORE, South Ryegate. Vt. WESIRN AUTO STORE, 'odford, Vt MERRILLS' iNSURANCE OFFICE, Lisbon, N.H. I IIII III II I I Ii .... 24 HOUR EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE Orange County Mental Ifeoltb TOLL FREE 1-800-622.4244 I I I I --- II IIII i( i Pleasant Street Laundromat 30 Washers 24 Dryers * LOUNGE AREA * CLEAN RESTROOM *. SINK FACILITY * ENJOY SOOTHING MUSIC WHILE YOU WASH II II I I iii1|11111 ills Mr. Maytag Sap, Keep America Strong, With The "Bond A Month Plan" Come In & Sign Up ..... We Will 00ive Away A Drawing To Be Held The 2nd Tuesdiy Of Each Month A 5:00 P.M.  You Do Not Have TO Be Prese To Win I I l LAUHHoMAT Located Nat To Tuck Press On Street Between Woodll 8a,lcs I El  WARM - CLEAN II ii i i i COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL CHECK OUR LOW PRICES CARPET & .. HUGE INVENTORY IN IOCK * IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION VINYL FLOORS " HALE FURNITURE & CARPET |01-122-$755 ,. HADf0RD, VT. What is man Find the answer to this and other ageless questions, in a Bible study class at: Bradford Evangelical Free Ckurck W,,r,,hitl St'rvit'r II:m) IUU'FE 5 ,unda) chool9:45 L(B Eli PLAIN Itill Wick. ,M. I)iv.. 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