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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-December I, 1982 ELF TIME--Little Jeremy Heidenreich working on a project for the upcoming Workbench Christmas Bazaar, to be held this weekend at the Union 36 School. Workbench Bazaar ready It is that time of year again. The time when we are all looking for something special for our loved ones. The Top- sham-Corinth Workbench will hold its&apos; Sixth Annual Christmas Bazaar this Saturday, Dec. 4 at Union 36 School from 10 am - 3 pm. The Workbench has held this very popular Christmas Bazaar each year to give local Craftspeople a chance to show and sell their crafts. There will be over twenty craftsmen displaying such giftables as: paintings, handwoven rugs, pottery, cedar carved birds, baked goods, knitted and sewn articles, and Christmas or- naments and wreaths. Lunch and refreshments will be available for sale to benefit the Corinth-Topsham Kindergarten, and Santa will visit us from 11 am - 1 pm to talk with all his little friends. So come and join in the fun at the Workbench Christmas- Bazaar, Dec. 4, at Union 36 School -- just off Route 25 between Waits River and E. Corinth. f fee cstlma#es i John 14ed=eih II !j ..... 5 NATURAL WREATHS HANOVER-- Join the Mon- tshire Museum for an evening of holiday music, refresh- ments and decorative wreath making Tuesday, Dec. 14 7:30 p.m. at the Montshire Museum, 25 Lyme Road, Hanover. ENTERTAINMENT wFEED ATIVREI IG T1R' O SA DERRICK & THE DEACONS bt EVE ESERVATIONS . . . NOW  Nocover charge THE GARDEN REsTAUR ', . RouteS, Bradford, Vt.   1 (s0z) z2z..oz i ....... 1:30a.m.-ll:00  i i| L I I I III I II I I [ [ III CLUB 111 Central St. Woodsville, N. H. "Said To Be One Of The Finest Night Clubs In New England I" The Tree Is Up & Decorat/ons Hung, The Bells Are Ready To Be Rung. Remeber The 111 Club Every Saturday Nite For A Christmas Season That's Just Right/ Featuring Country & Country Rock Music Saturday, December 4th "Chrome Forest" I II [llllrHI I _ ] I I/ MCAatI(E YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLYI ! ! (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840 I III II HOLIDAY TRIO--Youngsters at the Bradford Elementary School during recent holiday project include (I-r) Emily Marsh, Lisa Welsh and Fonta Hadley. English country dance workshop LYME-- Muskeg Music will a partner. All the set dances in 8 p.m. (bring food!), when the sponsor an English country the evening will be walked dance will start. Prices are dance workshop and an through. (non-Muskeg member): just evening of English dancing The workshop will run from Workshop, $3.50-$3; just and couples dances on 4 to6, foll0wedbya potluck till Dance, $@$3.50; both, $6-$5. Saturday Dec. 4 at the Lyme Holiday Fair due Dec. 4 HAVERHJLL-- The Cooperative Nursery School of Haverhill will be holding their Third Annual Holiday Craf- tsmen's Fair on Saturday, Dec. 4. The fair will be in the Woodsville Community Building at the high school. The fair will be open from 10 of items, including baskets, natural arrangements, wreaths, hand crafted fur- niture, dolls, knitted items, tale painting, and candy. In the spirit of a cooperative, the school will be having baked goods and crafts made by members. An added a.m to 4 p.m. and is open to attraction will be the ap- the general public, pearance of Santa Claus from There will be over 35 2 to 4 p.m. in our special craftspeople with a variety children's area. Card Of Titan I wish to express my sincere thanks family, friends, and neighbors for deeds of kindness and helpfulness to time of my bereavement. For all who contributed to the Topsham Emergency Rescue Team Corinth Congregational Church in Memory, goes a special thank you. I shall always remember this with preciation. May the Good Lord Bless and streng Card Of T00an I/ I would like to take this time to heartfelt thanks to each and everyone time out of their, busy lives to try in any way of kindness during my dear son. All I can say is thank you is no where near enough. GOD BLESS YOU ALL Mrs. Eu Congregational Church. Members of the Boston band "Bare Necessities" will play, with Brad Saylor, teacher and caller for the Boston Country Dance Society. People who come contra dancing will see much that is familiar in English dances: s.ome figures, such as do-si- dos, circles, and stars; and some formations, such as squares and long sets. Like contras, most English dancing requires no fancy footwork. GRUBBY By Warren Sattler q L I \\;  eor u  r .X' .. k wl' ts,., ) ,/ L " : -I L I  Clare Annswell tl'ltitl00 l00il / It ',l t  -  $, /-Z-s'zj The last month of the year begins.on a romantic note -- a The differences are mostly RURAL DELIVERY By AI Smith ones of style, and naturally have their roots in the music. I ADMIT IT'S r:UNY CERTAINLY ! IT  [ ,]'L/El E _m r--q/NOW DON'T GET \\;. [ St40PPlNG  BEATS OwNING /y'.' I i" " .: EXCITED' HE I_kL I The tunes" of English dances, THIS   A CAr ! i/-  )  \\;\-- \\; I  :V  DOES T, 6Ly.J]P.,," I each associated with one WAY,#.,--',:;-, m IL -. .GOINGDOWNob/"II specific dance, vary greatly in  J,t / '- _,t4, II -c'/, , meter and phrase, incontrast ..... i8 " ; I to the standard 32-bar reel or jig of so many contras. "Bare - ' ' i 90, the cl, Necessities," named for a ? ''' ] I--' J -.=,,. ," ' : waltz tune, adds varied in- - ) . i strumentation and or- ,,I l y-  "namentation Mary training, Musicians diversity Lea, Jackie and inby to Peter the this trade Schwab,inherent music. Barnes and cp " - r i IL= 1 are experienced with both kCdtNDPA BOY ....... , . .t ..a, ,ay, o..a. 00eeo -- /._ for ten years. elude interludes of couples IltkY tl "  ]EVil YONE'I I "',, -- ,, Y_; LIKE, r",' I CLAU.9 [ dances, such as waltzesor tv k, /4 IV|N / il! ! f "U,l,,l schottisches. There is. as II[["  I v  / II '=(/'. ' )'" rt Ix..  I i.0l, always, no need to come with liilli I I II, Lil tar m NAPOLEON By McBride and Moore FBLA show BRADFORD-- The Oxbow Chapter of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is presenting its 8th annual Talent Show on Dec. 3, 1982 at 8:00 p.m. in the Oxbow High School auditorium. The talent show started in 1974, and has been en- tertaining people from all neighboring towns every year. Betty Balch, FBLA director and business teacher at Oxbow, who has directed the talent show since it began, will supervise the performance. 7 By How Rands Gayle Balcom, who won at the talent show last year with her gymnastic skill, will again be entertaining this year. There will also be new acts. One will be a fashion show. the coming year, which accents relationships new and matter needs attention, sensitivity, funding. PISCES - February 20-March 20 Lifestyle improvement is accented as the year begins t( decision may not have earned your vote, but you n ust I if peace is to reign. ARIES - March 21-Apdl 20 Community event brings you in touch with a new might discover the pedect gift now for the "impossible" skills are put to work by Wednesday. TAURUS - April 21-May 22 Recent financial setback is reversed, but don't be spending for the holidays. Travel plans should be fi: laliz, insurance and guarantees require attention. GEMINI - May 23-June 21 A fiery relationship mellows during this restful, casual, favorable week. Enjoy the luxury ot peace while you can; guests and activities are on the way. CANCER - June 22-July 22 In all relationships, personal and professional, the ty. Avoid fad diets and fitness regimes; in matters of health i a commonsense approach is all-important. LEO - July 23-huguat 22 Thursday-Monday focus on reunions -- family, romantiC, wise. Household repairs can get out of hand if cent investment shows encouraging signs by Wednesday. VIRGO - August 23-Septemb 22 Your most important lesson? Learning when to say No. I due you; be quietly gracious In your acceptance. ',(ese for the time being on a family dispute. LIBRA - September 23-October 22 Financial events are favorable and expansion is ty or career environment. In personal dealings, balance emotion with intellect in equal proportions. SCORPIO - October 23-November 21 Older colleague provides useful guidance on vocational easy to misplace items -- identify your valuables. Ct Aquarians figure in matters of the heart. SAGITTARIUS - November 22-December I Your sense of humor helps you land a job ol make a to minute details is all-important, in romance especially. friend is becoming less rigid. CAPRICORN -- December 23-Januany 20 Upbeat personality helps you boost sagging confidence. venture is accented, but it needs more development. If romance/friendship, try looking closer to home. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK Your spirit of adventure is active, along with a yen break new ground You're the eternal student. The are custom tailored to your interests, featuring travel and expansion. Career interests may change as a consequence wanderings. BORN THIS WEEK December 2nd, actress Julie Hams; 3rd, singer Andy actor Max Baer, Jr. ; 5th, director Otto Preminger; 6th, jazz 35. Negative word Unmix the letters in the boxes to form a By D.J, Coates 9. Lifeless 38. Japanese sash 1 l. Watchful 39. Molt beverage Irene Croteau, sewing teacher ,q // Rr,,hck: 7th. actress Ellen Burstvn; 8th, comedian Flip at Oxbow, will he supervising some of her students as they   // model their outfits they have made in her class. In addition, there will be students singing, .. - :/z-  z-- .< S .........  dancing, and twirling batons. ' ()] The show will be divided f 5 ACROSS 32. Smell amount into two parts, by an in- IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern 34. Sheepshed lermission where refresh- i. Created 35. Negot merits will be served. . Fruit drinks 36. Cease Sixth Annual Workbench Christmas Bazaar Union 36 School 10 to 3 /;I-Z. 8 Z word. Then circle A, B or C for the car-  rect meaning (or definition). Score yourself as follows: 4Correct-Excellent 2Correct-Fair  3 Correct-Good 1-0 Correct-Poor 1. rvai d 2' rgo r ue q . tdlS e. HERO . VILLt/H 3" [-kh e r i s 2 4. [- r e a n d -] 12. Wrongdoing 41. Anger 13. Large frog 42. Kind of flower 16. Prefix, before 44. Solely 17. Blackthorn 46. Slave 19. Partoftobe 4"7. Shorpbtow 20. Weight a I lowance DOWN 21. Printing measures l. Young lady 22. Oglid 2. Feeble- 24. Follower minded 26. Fish sauce 3. A sect 27. Church part 4. Comparative 29. Kind of suffix blackbird 5. Man's 30. Most recent nickname 6. Fall 7. Made a 8. Let 10. Shot 11. Paid 14. ubri 15. lewil 18. ,and f ,rop 20. ""end 23. Iflgh, 25.  igh 28. Slave 30. Ilarp 3 I. 'eda 33. ( :orri 34. 37. qua 39. lesid 40. un ( 143. :oral 45. leho Page 2-The Journal Opinion-December I, 1982 ELF TIME--Little Jeremy Heidenreich working on a project for the upcoming Workbench Christmas Bazaar, to be held this weekend at the Union 36 School. Workbench Bazaar ready It is that time of year again. The time when we are all looking for something special for our loved ones. The Top- sham-Corinth Workbench will hold its' Sixth Annual Christmas Bazaar this Saturday, Dec. 4 at Union 36 School from 10 am - 3 pm. The Workbench has held this very popular Christmas Bazaar each year to give local Craftspeople a chance to show and sell their crafts. There will be over twenty craftsmen displaying such giftables as: paintings, handwoven rugs, pottery, cedar carved birds, baked goods, knitted and sewn articles, and Christmas or- naments and wreaths. Lunch and refreshments will be available for sale to benefit the Corinth-Topsham Kindergarten, and Santa will visit us from 11 am - 1 pm to talk with all his little friends. So come and join in the fun at the Workbench Christmas- Bazaar, Dec. 4, at Union 36 School -- just off Route 25 between Waits River and E. Corinth. f fee cstlma#es i John 14ed=eih II !j ..... 5 NATURAL WREATHS HANOVER-- Join the Mon- tshire Museum for an evening of holiday music, refresh- ments and decorative wreath making Tuesday, Dec. 14 7:30 p.m. at the Montshire Museum, 25 Lyme Road, Hanover. ENTERTAINMENT wFEED ATIVREI IG T1R' O SA DERRICK & THE DEACONS bt EVE ESERVATIONS . . . NOW  Nocover charge THE GARDEN REsTAUR ', . RouteS, Bradford, Vt.   1 (s0z) z2z..oz i ....... 1:30a.m.-ll:00  i i| L I I I III I II I I [ [ III CLUB 111 Central St. Woodsville, N. H. "Said To Be One Of The Finest Night Clubs In New England I" The Tree Is Up & Decorat/ons Hung, The Bells Are Ready To Be Rung. Remeber The 111 Club Every Saturday Nite For A Christmas Season That's Just Right/ Featuring Country & Country Rock Music Saturday, December 4th "Chrome Forest" I II [llllrHI I _ ] I I/ MCAatI(E YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLYI ! ! (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840 I III II HOLIDAY TRIO--Youngsters at the Bradford Elementary School during recent holiday project include (I-r) Emily Marsh, Lisa Welsh and Fonta Hadley. English country dance workshop LYME-- Muskeg Music will a partner. All the set dances in 8 p.m. (bring food!), when the sponsor an English country the evening will be walked dance will start. Prices are dance workshop and an through. (non-Muskeg member): just evening of English dancing The workshop will run from Workshop, $3.50-$3; just and couples dances on 4 to6, foll0wedbya potluck till Dance, $@$3.50; both, $6-$5. Saturday Dec. 4 at the Lyme Holiday Fair due Dec. 4 HAVERHJLL-- The Cooperative Nursery School of Haverhill will be holding their Third Annual Holiday Craf- tsmen's Fair on Saturday, Dec. 4. The fair will be in the Woodsville Community Building at the high school. The fair will be open from 10 of items, including baskets, natural arrangements, wreaths, hand crafted fur- niture, dolls, knitted items, tale painting, and candy. In the spirit of a cooperative, the school will be having baked goods and crafts made by members. An added a.m to 4 p.m. and is open to attraction will be the ap- the general public, pearance of Santa Claus from There will be over 35 2 to 4 p.m. in our special craftspeople with a variety children's area. Card Of Titan I wish to express my sincere thanks family, friends, and neighbors for deeds of kindness and helpfulness to time of my bereavement. For all who contributed to the Topsham Emergency Rescue Team Corinth Congregational Church in Memory, goes a special thank you. I shall always remember this with preciation. May the Good Lord Bless and streng Card Of T00an I/ I would like to take this time to heartfelt thanks to each and everyone time out of their, busy lives to try in any way of kindness during my dear son. All I can say is thank you is no where near enough. GOD BLESS YOU ALL Mrs. Eu Congregational Church. Members of the Boston band "Bare Necessities" will play, with Brad Saylor, teacher and caller for the Boston Country Dance Society. People who come contra dancing will see much that is familiar in English dances: s.ome figures, such as do-si- dos, circles, and stars; and some formations, such as squares and long sets. Like contras, most English dancing requires no fancy footwork. GRUBBY By Warren Sattler q L I \\;  eor u  r .X' .. k wl' ts,., ) ,/ L " : -I L I  Clare Annswell tl'ltitl00 l00il / It ',l t  -  $, /-Z-s'zj The last month of the year begins.on a romantic note -- a The differences are mostly RURAL DELIVERY By AI Smith ones of style, and naturally have their roots in the music. I ADMIT IT'S r:UNY CERTAINLY ! IT  [ ,]'L/El E _m r--q/NOW DON'T GET \\;. [ St40PPlNG  BEATS OwNING /y'.' I i" " .: EXCITED' HE I_kL I The tunes" of English dances, THIS   A CAr ! i/-  )  \\;\-- \\; I  :V  DOES T, 6Ly.J]P.,," I each associated with one WAY,#.,--',:;-, m IL -. .GOINGDOWNob/"II specific dance, vary greatly in  J,t / '- _,t4, II -c'/, , meter and phrase, incontrast ..... i8 " ; I to the standard 32-bar reel or jig of so many contras. "Bare - ' ' i 90, the cl, Necessities," named for a ? ''' ] I--' J -.=,,. ," ' : waltz tune, adds varied in- - ) . i strumentation and or- ,,I l y-  "namentation Mary training, Musicians diversity Lea, Jackie and inby to Peter the this trade Schwab,inherent music. Barnes and cp " - r i IL= 1 are experienced with both kCdtNDPA BOY ....... , . .t ..a, ,ay, o..a. 00eeo -- /._ for ten years. elude interludes of couples IltkY tl "  ]EVil YONE'I I "',, -- ,, Y_; LIKE, r",' I CLAU.9 [ dances, such as waltzesor tv k, /4 IV|N / il! ! f "U,l,,l schottisches. There is. as II[["  I v  / II '=(/'. ' )'" rt Ix..  I i.0l, always, no need to come with liilli I I II, Lil tar m NAPOLEON By McBride and Moore FBLA show BRADFORD-- The Oxbow Chapter of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is presenting its 8th annual Talent Show on Dec. 3, 1982 at 8:00 p.m. in the Oxbow High School auditorium. The talent show started in 1974, and has been en- tertaining people from all neighboring towns every year. Betty Balch, FBLA director and business teacher at Oxbow, who has directed the talent show since it began, will supervise the performance. 7 By How Rands Gayle Balcom, who won at the talent show last year with her gymnastic skill, will again be entertaining this year. There will also be new acts. One will be a fashion show. the coming year, which accents relationships new and matter needs attention, sensitivity, funding. PISCES - February 20-March 20 Lifestyle improvement is accented as the year begins t( decision may not have earned your vote, but you n ust I if peace is to reign. ARIES - March 21-Apdl 20 Community event brings you in touch with a new might discover the pedect gift now for the "impossible" skills are put to work by Wednesday. TAURUS - April 21-May 22 Recent financial setback is reversed, but don't be spending for the holidays. Travel plans should be fi: laliz, insurance and guarantees require attention. GEMINI - May 23-June 21 A fiery relationship mellows during this restful, casual, favorable week. Enjoy the luxury ot peace while you can; guests and activities are on the way. CANCER - June 22-July 22 In all relationships, personal and professional, the ty. Avoid fad diets and fitness regimes; in matters of health i a commonsense approach is all-important. LEO - July 23-huguat 22 Thursday-Monday focus on reunions -- family, romantiC, wise. Household repairs can get out of hand if cent investment shows encouraging signs by Wednesday. VIRGO - August 23-Septemb 22 Your most important lesson? Learning when to say No. I due you; be quietly gracious In your acceptance. ',(ese for the time being on a family dispute. LIBRA - September 23-October 22 Financial events are favorable and expansion is ty or career environment. In personal dealings, balance emotion with intellect in equal proportions. SCORPIO - October 23-November 21 Older colleague provides useful guidance on vocational easy to misplace items -- identify your valuables. Ct Aquarians figure in matters of the heart. SAGITTARIUS - November 22-December I Your sense of humor helps you land a job ol make a to minute details is all-important, in romance especially. friend is becoming less rigid. CAPRICORN -- December 23-Januany 20 Upbeat personality helps you boost sagging confidence. venture is accented, but it needs more development. If romance/friendship, try looking closer to home. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK Your spirit of adventure is active, along with a yen break new ground You're the eternal student. The are custom tailored to your interests, featuring travel and expansion. Career interests may change as a consequence wanderings. BORN THIS WEEK December 2nd, actress Julie Hams; 3rd, singer Andy actor Max Baer, Jr. ; 5th, director Otto Preminger; 6th, jazz 35. Negative word Unmix the letters in the boxes to form a By D.J, Coates 9. Lifeless 38. Japanese sash 1 l. Watchful 39. Molt beverage Irene Croteau, sewing teacher ,q // Rr,,hck: 7th. actress Ellen Burstvn; 8th, comedian Flip at Oxbow, will he supervising some of her students as they   // model their outfits they have made in her class. In addition, there will be students singing, .. - :/z-  z-- .< S .........  dancing, and twirling batons. ' ()] The show will be divided f 5 ACROSS 32. Smell amount into two parts, by an in- IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern 34. Sheepshed lermission where refresh- i. Created 35. Negot merits will be served. . Fruit drinks 36. Cease Sixth Annual Workbench Christmas Bazaar Union 36 School 10 to 3 /;I-Z. 8 Z word. Then circle A, B or C for the car-  rect meaning (or definition). Score yourself as follows: 4Correct-Excellent 2Correct-Fair  3 Correct-Good 1-0 Correct-Poor 1. rvai d 2' rgo r ue q . tdlS e. HERO . VILLt/H 3" [-kh e r i s 2 4. [- r e a n d -] 12. Wrongdoing 41. Anger 13. Large frog 42. Kind of flower 16. Prefix, before 44. Solely 17. Blackthorn 46. Slave 19. Partoftobe 4"7. Shorpbtow 20. Weight a I lowance DOWN 21. Printing measures l. Young lady 22. Oglid 2. Feeble- 24. Follower minded 26. Fish sauce 3. A sect 27. Church part 4. Comparative 29. Kind of suffix blackbird 5. Man's 30. Most recent nickname 6. Fall 7. Made a 8. Let 10. Shot 11. Paid 14. ubri 15. lewil 18. ,and f ,rop 20. ""end 23. Iflgh, 25.  igh 28. Slave 30. Ilarp 3 I. 'eda 33. ( :orri 34. 37. qua 39. lesid 40. un ( 143. :oral 45. leho