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December 1, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 Lost In A Book, the f Children's Book 15-19, was just at Thetford School did. They y morning book characters; the Motorcycle, The Paul Bunyan, Appleseed, Wee Thetford Book Week Winnie Winkle, Little Miss Muffet, Scarecrow, Minnie the Mouse, and Rub-a-dub-dub, Three Men in a Tub, all por- trayed by teachers and faculty. It was a time for children to share favorite books in numerous ways: bulletin boards, robots, Dr. Seuss's The First Grade class and some of Dr. Seuss. Zoo, plays, murals, collages, etc. On Friday the storybook parade was led by Tom Tom the Piper's Son complete with a live pig. Students and teachers were dressed as book  characters and many ::: favorites were seen ,+:. throughout the .school following Tom, Tom. Special speakers of the week were : Jim Arnosky, illustrator; Susan Voake, member of Dorothy Canfield Fisher children's book award committee; Phyllis Perry, artist and storyteller; Annie Proulx, free-lance writer; Clyde Watson, children's writer; Irene Trivas, illustrator; Helen Magoon, storyteller; Kim Briggs, storyteller. Menus of the week featured: Stone Soup, Georgie Porgie Pudding and Pie, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, and Tom Tom the Piper's Son. Book Week encourages, more than at other times of the year, sharing of good books. T HONOR EMPLOYEE--Shirley Jacobs, at center beams her pleasure + in being stages the Wizard during Book ........ Babcock as part of the Chocolate Factory. known illustrator Jim Arnosky sketches nam+ Emp,oy. o*,he °u.00er a, re.+n* ceremones.*.,ue UH on High School. At left is Principal Douglas E. Harris and at right is Superintendent A. Keith Ober. Shirley Jacobs chosen for award Wednesday, Dec. 1 NEW'BURY: The Newbury Women's Club will meet tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Bailey Club. Program will feature flower arranging. ORFORD: Rondo will meet at Mrs. Harrison Niles. There will be a musicale and tea. Hostesses are Ruth Southworth, Jane MacGinnis, Hilda Richmond, Lois Blackmer, Marjorie Graves and Jackie Boyd. Saturday, Dec. 1 VERSHIRE: Christmas Bazaar at the Elementary School from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5 THETFORD: Chamber Singers will bold Candlelight Vespers Service with two concerts at 4: 30 and 7:30 p.m. at the First Congregational Church of Thetford Hill. WELLS RIVER-- Shirley Jacobs, First Grade teacher at Blue Mt. Union School and a resident of Newbury has been chosen as the Employee of the Quarter for the Fall term. Reasons cited for her nomination stressed her calm, professional manner; patience; efficiency and organization; providing first- grade students with a positive attitude toward learning and school; and her ability to foster good staff inter- personal relationships. The variety of teaching skill im- significant quality mentioned provement programs, in- on all nominations was her cluding graduate study at willingness .to accept han- Lyndon State and the dicapped students into regular University of Vermont. class instruction, and her Previous experiences have positive approach to included religious education, cooperatively providing ap- summer recreation and propriate instruction for teaching in Grades 1,3, and 5. special students. During the summer tourist Mrs. Jacobs received her season she operates Jacobs B.S. in Early Childhood Ladder, a local gift shop. Education at Southern Con- BMU employees are necticut State Collegeand has nominated quarterly for actively participated in a wide recognition as Employee of the Quarter. The comments are reviewed and candidates "chosen by the school ad- ministration. 4.H awards granted + local youth WOODSVILLE--The Grafton Christine Morabito of Rum- Intermediate-- Elizabeth ney; Dairy-- Corrina Aldrich, Townsend, Lebanon; Rochelle Bath; Foed-Nutrition--Kristi Farr, Monroe; and Becky Blessing, N. Monroe; Keniston, N. Haverhill. Leadership-- Christine Special •recognition was Morabito, Rumney and Janet given Karla Marl Lane of N. Thompson, N. Haverhill; Haverhill who was given the Petroleum Power-- Bodan "I Dare You Award" -- given Peters, Landaff; Fashion annually to an outstanding 4-H Review Advanced-- Kristi member throughout the Blessing, N. Monroe, Lisa United States. Poitras, Rumney; Shelly The following 4-H leaders Matthews, Rumney; Nicole were recognized for 10 or Eno, N. Haverhill; Cindy more years of service. Ten Stevens, W. Canaan; Fran- years -- Mr. Everett cesca Peters, Landaff; LaPointe, Rumney; Mrs. Gall Christine Morabito, Rumney; Keniston, N. Haverhill; Mr+ Karla Lane, N. Haverhill. and Mrs. Oyis Hopkins, Also Fashion Review Bristol. Fifteen years Mrs. Mary Ingalls, N. Haverhill; Mrs. Virginia Kidder, Woodsville and Mrs. Anita Cate, Warren. Twenty years service Mrs. Zellene Burt, Woodsville, Mr. Richard Rutherfm.' N. Haverhill. 21, 1890, the a,zars Mrs. Hazel Burt, Bath and Mrs. Anne Nelly, Enfield. The George Clement Achievement Bowl was presented to the Bob-O-Link 4- H Club of N. Haverhill for their outsthnding work as a 4- H Club and their overall civic contributions to their com- munity. County 4-H Round Up was held Saturday, Nov. 13 at the Monroe Town Hall. The Hunt Mt. 4-H Club of Monroe acted as host for the 150 4-H youths, parents and leaders. Events of the day included an old fashion field day with rope pulis, sack races and all kinds of fun events that kept everyone occupied for the mornings program. The Afternoon program included the traditional county awards program. Grafton County 4-H leaders' Association President Mrs. Van Anderson and County 4-H Agent Richard Fabriio an- nounced the following win- ners. Poster Contest: 1st place Novice Division Julje Anderson,. N. Haverhill; 1st place Intermediate Division Cathleen Carpenter, Lebanon; 1st place Advanced Division Danny Keith, N. Haverhill. Fabrizio announced that this year's recipient of the "Tim" Robie Memorial Trophy was Peter Thayer, of the Little Ox-Bow 4-H Club, N. Haverhill. Peter was the top scoring 4-H Dairy Cattle Judge in Grafton County. The 4-H CLUB WINDOW DISPLAY winners were: 1st place Lilac Lassies 4-H Club, W. Canaan; 2nd place went to the Bob-O-Link 4-H Club, N. Haverhill and third place honors went to the Oliverian 4- H Club Haverhill and Pike. Meerbergen, Eaton named Vermont Developmental Disabilities Council Chairman Lee Viets has announced the appointment of 10 new Council members and the reap- pointment of nine members. The Council has thirty volunteers appointed by the Governor for terms of one to three years and at least one half the Council members are either .persons with a developmental disability or a relative or guardian of such a person. Non-consumer members of the Council represent State agencies, private service providers, and concerned citizens. New Council members are Liz Blum, Chelsea; Mary Council are Richard Allen, Burlington; Debra Bordeaux, Montpelier ; Donnaleen Farwell, Chittenden; James Henry, Bennington; Dr. Marion McKee, Burlington; Leslie Moore, Peacham; Brenda Richardson, Brat- tleboro; Marcy + Ryan, Burlington; and Bruce Tudhope, Burlington. The Developmental Disabilities Council serves as Vermont's principal planning and advocacy body for per- sons with developmental disabilities. The Council meets at least quarterly and all Council meetings are open to the public. For further information on the Council and its activities, contact the Vermont Developmental Disabilities Council, 103 So. Main Street, Waterbury (241- 2612). Ill I COHASE I.IO00 CLUB by TERRY LANG, Secy. II WOODSVILLE-- The Bigelow. Being sold will be Use value appraisal The main purpose of USE If you are interested in VALUE APPRAISAL of land taxation based on land use, be in Vermont is to maintain our, sure to pick up the Citizens productive agricultural and€Guide at your U.V.M. forest lands. Extension Service office. Both farmer's and other landowners who have no desire to change the present use of their land, except to make it more productive, have found this program worthwhile. QUOTE "Self-control is at the root of all virtues." Samuel Smiles RE One with every $10 00 purchase cash or charge THURS., DEC. 2nd 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. , N.H. St. Johnsbury, Vt, NO SALES TAX ON N.H. :DELIVERIES CARPETING Over 30 mYuI Cdw to e Prn • SAXONY L SCULPTURED * • SOLIDS L TWEEDS • Some FNA approved Some with $-yeer werranty AM beat set nylons from SALEM CARPET MILLS & DON'S CARPET WAREHOUSE $ 9 5 ll" inrms tot Reg. up to $16.95 sq. yd. Mfg. tisl BEDDING $68 ( WATER BEDS LIGHT OR DARK FINISH AS SOAR LOW TWIN AS JlllV V SiZE A Great Surprise for Morn, Dad or the Kids LA-Z-BOY ROCKER RECLINER i 2 DIFFERENT SEAT POSITIONS LIFETIME WARRANTY STARTING AT $2199s DON'S WAYSIDE FURNITURE & CARPETS U.S. Route 2 East St. Johnsbuzy, Vermont 802-748-5155 OPEN MON THRU THU 9 TO $ FRI 9 TO 9 SAT 9 TO $ SUN NOON TO 5 Also Available at THE FURHITURE BARN, Route 2, East Montlmlier, Vt. illustrates book characters during recent Mrs. Van Anderson and Richard Fabrizio presented the County Medal + Winners: Achievement-- Kristi Blessing, N. Monroe and Lisa Shadowens, W. Canaan; Citizenship-- Lisa Shadowens, W. Canaan; Clothing-- Kristi Blessing, Monroe and parade getting for July 4 LANG The Area Fourth of is making another huge in the Woodsville- area for 1983. Parade will travel to Wells return to the field. Muster of Fire throughout the will hold .a muster as they he past. It is this event will the Community +and include a Merry-Go- Round and a Ferris Wheel and possibly other amusements to the midway this year. We will try and let the public know as plans are firmed up on these matters. President William CoweU announced recently that the Green Mountain Regiment Fife and Drum Corps had been signed to participate in the parade. This colorful Fife & Drum Corps and Drill unit from central Vermont has earned high regards for their participation and per- formance m events throughout Vermont. Cowell feels that the signing of this unit will add much color to the parade. A repeat performer in the parade will be the Mount Saini Band of Montpelier, Vt. This participant of last year drew a rousing applause along the parade route. Plans are being made to try and get another Air Force Fly Over to open the day's celebration. As plans are solidified, of this and other features of the celebration, the Committee will advise you through the Journal Opinion. made to try F(mWtA Division of Jeanne Bouchard, Rutland; Lu Christie, Essex Junction; Rick Eaton,+ Bradford; Stanley Greenberg, Burlington; Ruth Hathaway, Montpelier; Lucia Houlihan, Dorset; Jean Mankowsky, Adamant; Ray Meerbergan, Bradford and David Sagi, Rutland. Members reappointed to the BLUE MOUNTAIN UNION SCHOOL Dec. 1 through Dec. 8 Wednesday-- Oven Baked Chicken, Cranberry Sauce, Peas, Rolls, Mashed Potato, Fruit, Milk. Thursday-- Ravioli, Italian Bread, Green Beans, Apple Pan Dowdy, Milk. Friday-- Hot Dog in a Bun, Potato Chips, Toss Salad, Fruit, Milk. Monday-- Old Fashion Chicken Pie, Mashed Potato, Peas, Fruit, Milk. Tuesday-- Meat Loaf, Mashed Potato, Green Beans, Rolls, Milk, Rice Krispie Cookies. Wednesday-- Baked Beans, Hot DOg, Cole Slaw, Rolls, Applesauce, Milk. November meeting of the Lioness Club of Woodsville, was held at the Happy Hour Restaurant. In attendance were: Carol Bigelow, Inks McDanolds, Jennifer Simp- son, Lois Hensou, Sandy McKean, Pat Hood, Rita Fournier, Rose Tucker, Michele Butson, Marge Wardrop, Ann Maccini, Barbara Jones and Terry Lang. President Michele Butson presided over the business meeting. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were accepted as read. A thank you note was read from the Haverhill Co-operative Nursery School, for the donation received from the club. The Haverhill Co-operative Nursery School Christmas Bazaar which will be held on Saturday, Dec. 4th, from 10 to 4 at the Community Building of Woodsville, was again discussed. Members manning the table and helping in other ways will be Rose Tucker, Jennifer Simpson, Terry Laog, Ann Maccini, Joyce Zampieri, Sandy McKean, Pat Hood, Marge Wardrop, Carol by MICHELLE ARNOSK.Y WELLS RIVER-- On Friclay, Nov. 12 the RicMord students arrived at Blue M .ountain Union School for an exchange weekend. From 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. the students rebearsen for the cmcert the next evening. At 5 p.m. a pizza and spaghetti buffet was held. After eating, the students met in the gymnasium and com. peted in sports. Volleyball, basketball, and floor hockey were played: Richford versus candy, crafts and Christmas wreaths. There will also be a raffle of a mechanical singing, _ ,    " .- Santa.walking' bellTinging 10inchA Christmas wreath (Not ShIce November 13, 19800000 wo+op wi + + o Thursday, Dec. 2nd, at7p.m. [[Have Our at the home of Lois Henson on Airport Rd., N. Haverhill. The , / wreaths will be 12" double- faced, decorated with pine[ Conventional I cones, berries and a choice of red or gold velvet or plaid i] M01"tgage I bows. The price will be $7. Members are urged to help with the workshop and also take orders for the wreaths. A Thanksgiving basket [!] Ilterest Rates l[ workshop will be held at the .....  ii' home of Terry Lang, Benton Rd. N. Haverhill, on Tuesday, Nov. 23rdatTp.m. Members i*i Been So Lowll are urged to participate. The baskets will be distributed to We are ready and willing at WGSB to help you finance that special home purchase with as little as a 5% down payment. senior citizens in the area on the 24th. The next meeting will he our annual Christmas party to be held at the Happy Hour Restaurant on Thursday, Dec. 9th at 6:30. There will he an exchange of gifts. Members are asked to bring a gift marked man or woman to be distributed to residents of the Grafton County Home. Student exchange program at Blue Mountain Union Blue Mountain. bowling, rollerskating, or four numbers and the corn- concert. In March, Blue bined bands played four numbers. The Richford band director was Alan Rowe and their choral director was Lynn Raymond. Jean Davidson was the director of the Blue Mountain band and chorus accompanied by Judy Haskell, majorette director and Lois Bnckley, music assistant. The Richford students headed home an hour after the Mountain's band and chorus will be going to Ricord to return the exchange. INTERESTING FACT Although truly an owl, the hawk owl looks more like a hawk, and is active in the daytime. The rock and roll band "Legends" from the Barre,Montpelier area, performed from B p.m. to 9:30 p.m. for the Richford and Blue Mountain students and parents. The evening ended by the host families taking home the Riehord students. The band and chorus met on Saturday morning, Nov. 18 to rehearse. The afternOon was spent entertaining the Rich- ford students; some went stayed home to catch up on sleep. ' - The dinner exchange con- cert began at 7:30 p.m. with the Blue Mountain madrigal group who sang "Modern Music". Following them was the Blue Mountain chortm and Richford chorus who sang two numbers each. The Blue Mountain and Richford bands played three numbers each. Combined, the Richford and Blue Mountain chorus sang Or If You Prefer Stop in at any one of our four convenient locations and one of our friendly loan counselors will assist you in determining a price range that is tailored to your budget. 007oodsville 00maz00_ntg 00avings 5Bank Equal Housmq Lender THE BETTER IDEA BANK Woodsville & Piermont Warren & Monroe Mon. thru Thurs. 8-5 Mon. & Wed. 9-4 Fri. 8-6 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9-12 Sat. 9-12 December 1, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 Lost In A Book, the f Children's Book 15-19, was just at Thetford School did. They y morning book characters; the Motorcycle, The Paul Bunyan, Appleseed, Wee Thetford Book Week Winnie Winkle, Little Miss Muffet, Scarecrow, Minnie the Mouse, and Rub-a-dub-dub, Three Men in a Tub, all por- trayed by teachers and faculty. It was a time for children to share favorite books in numerous ways: bulletin boards, robots, Dr. Seuss's The First Grade class and some of Dr. Seuss. Zoo, plays, murals, collages, etc. On Friday the storybook parade was led by Tom Tom the Piper's Son complete with a live pig. Students and teachers were dressed as book  characters and many ::: favorites were seen ,+:. throughout the .school following Tom, Tom. Special speakers of the week were : Jim Arnosky, illustrator; Susan Voake, member of Dorothy Canfield Fisher children's book award committee; Phyllis Perry, artist and storyteller; Annie Proulx, free-lance writer; Clyde Watson, children's writer; Irene Trivas, illustrator; Helen Magoon, storyteller; Kim Briggs, storyteller. Menus of the week featured: Stone Soup, Georgie Porgie Pudding and Pie, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, and Tom Tom the Piper's Son. Book Week encourages, more than at other times of the year, sharing of good books. T HONOR EMPLOYEE--Shirley Jacobs, at center beams her pleasure + in being stages the Wizard during Book ........ Babcock as part of the Chocolate Factory. known illustrator Jim Arnosky sketches nam+ Emp,oy. o*,he °u.00er a, re.+n* ceremones.*.,ue UH on High School. At left is Principal Douglas E. Harris and at right is Superintendent A. Keith Ober. Shirley Jacobs chosen for award Wednesday, Dec. 1 NEW'BURY: The Newbury Women's Club will meet tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Bailey Club. Program will feature flower arranging. ORFORD: Rondo will meet at Mrs. Harrison Niles. There will be a musicale and tea. Hostesses are Ruth Southworth, Jane MacGinnis, Hilda Richmond, Lois Blackmer, Marjorie Graves and Jackie Boyd. Saturday, Dec. 1 VERSHIRE: Christmas Bazaar at the Elementary School from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5 THETFORD: Chamber Singers will bold Candlelight Vespers Service with two concerts at 4: 30 and 7:30 p.m. at the First Congregational Church of Thetford Hill. WELLS RIVER-- Shirley Jacobs, First Grade teacher at Blue Mt. Union School and a resident of Newbury has been chosen as the Employee of the Quarter for the Fall term. Reasons cited for her nomination stressed her calm, professional manner; patience; efficiency and organization; providing first- grade students with a positive attitude toward learning and school; and her ability to foster good staff inter- personal relationships. The variety of teaching skill im- significant quality mentioned provement programs, in- on all nominations was her cluding graduate study at willingness .to accept han- Lyndon State and the dicapped students into regular University of Vermont. class instruction, and her Previous experiences have positive approach to included religious education, cooperatively providing ap- summer recreation and propriate instruction for teaching in Grades 1,3, and 5. special students. During the summer tourist Mrs. Jacobs received her season she operates Jacobs B.S. in Early Childhood Ladder, a local gift shop. Education at Southern Con- BMU employees are necticut State Collegeand has nominated quarterly for actively participated in a wide recognition as Employee of the Quarter. The comments are reviewed and candidates "chosen by the school ad- ministration. 4.H awards granted + local youth WOODSVILLE--The Grafton Christine Morabito of Rum- Intermediate-- Elizabeth ney; Dairy-- Corrina Aldrich, Townsend, Lebanon; Rochelle Bath; Foed-Nutrition--Kristi Farr, Monroe; and Becky Blessing, N. Monroe; Keniston, N. Haverhill. Leadership-- Christine Special •recognition was Morabito, Rumney and Janet given Karla Marl Lane of N. Thompson, N. Haverhill; Haverhill who was given the Petroleum Power-- Bodan "I Dare You Award" -- given Peters, Landaff; Fashion annually to an outstanding 4-H Review Advanced-- Kristi member throughout the Blessing, N. Monroe, Lisa United States. Poitras, Rumney; Shelly The following 4-H leaders Matthews, Rumney; Nicole were recognized for 10 or Eno, N. Haverhill; Cindy more years of service. Ten Stevens, W. Canaan; Fran- years -- Mr. Everett cesca Peters, Landaff; LaPointe, Rumney; Mrs. Gall Christine Morabito, Rumney; Keniston, N. Haverhill; Mr+ Karla Lane, N. Haverhill. and Mrs. Oyis Hopkins, Also Fashion Review Bristol. Fifteen years Mrs. Mary Ingalls, N. Haverhill; Mrs. Virginia Kidder, Woodsville and Mrs. Anita Cate, Warren. Twenty years service Mrs. Zellene Burt, Woodsville, Mr. Richard Rutherfm.' N. Haverhill. 21, 1890, the a,zars Mrs. Hazel Burt, Bath and Mrs. Anne Nelly, Enfield. The George Clement Achievement Bowl was presented to the Bob-O-Link 4- H Club of N. Haverhill for their outsthnding work as a 4- H Club and their overall civic contributions to their com- munity. County 4-H Round Up was held Saturday, Nov. 13 at the Monroe Town Hall. The Hunt Mt. 4-H Club of Monroe acted as host for the 150 4-H youths, parents and leaders. Events of the day included an old fashion field day with rope pulis, sack races and all kinds of fun events that kept everyone occupied for the mornings program. The Afternoon program included the traditional county awards program. Grafton County 4-H leaders' Association President Mrs. Van Anderson and County 4-H Agent Richard Fabriio an- nounced the following win- ners. Poster Contest: 1st place Novice Division Julje Anderson,. N. Haverhill; 1st place Intermediate Division Cathleen Carpenter, Lebanon; 1st place Advanced Division Danny Keith, N. Haverhill. Fabrizio announced that this year's recipient of the "Tim" Robie Memorial Trophy was Peter Thayer, of the Little Ox-Bow 4-H Club, N. Haverhill. Peter was the top scoring 4-H Dairy Cattle Judge in Grafton County. The 4-H CLUB WINDOW DISPLAY winners were: 1st place Lilac Lassies 4-H Club, W. Canaan; 2nd place went to the Bob-O-Link 4-H Club, N. Haverhill and third place honors went to the Oliverian 4- H Club Haverhill and Pike. Meerbergen, Eaton named Vermont Developmental Disabilities Council Chairman Lee Viets has announced the appointment of 10 new Council members and the reap- pointment of nine members. The Council has thirty volunteers appointed by the Governor for terms of one to three years and at least one half the Council members are either .persons with a developmental disability or a relative or guardian of such a person. Non-consumer members of the Council represent State agencies, private service providers, and concerned citizens. New Council members are Liz Blum, Chelsea; Mary Council are Richard Allen, Burlington; Debra Bordeaux, Montpelier ; Donnaleen Farwell, Chittenden; James Henry, Bennington; Dr. Marion McKee, Burlington; Leslie Moore, Peacham; Brenda Richardson, Brat- tleboro; Marcy + Ryan, Burlington; and Bruce Tudhope, Burlington. The Developmental Disabilities Council serves as Vermont's principal planning and advocacy body for per- sons with developmental disabilities. The Council meets at least quarterly and all Council meetings are open to the public. For further information on the Council and its activities, contact the Vermont Developmental Disabilities Council, 103 So. Main Street, Waterbury (241- 2612). Ill I COHASE I.IO00 CLUB by TERRY LANG, Secy. II WOODSVILLE-- The Bigelow. Being sold will be Use value appraisal The main purpose of USE If you are interested in VALUE APPRAISAL of land taxation based on land use, be in Vermont is to maintain our, sure to pick up the Citizens productive agricultural and€Guide at your U.V.M. forest lands. Extension Service office. Both farmer's and other landowners who have no desire to change the present use of their land, except to make it more productive, have found this program worthwhile. QUOTE "Self-control is at the root of all virtues." Samuel Smiles RE One with every $10 00 purchase cash or charge THURS., DEC. 2nd 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. , N.H. St. Johnsbury, Vt, NO SALES TAX ON N.H. :DELIVERIES CARPETING Over 30 mYuI Cdw to e Prn • SAXONY L SCULPTURED * • SOLIDS L TWEEDS • Some FNA approved Some with $-yeer werranty AM beat set nylons from SALEM CARPET MILLS & DON'S CARPET WAREHOUSE $ 9 5 ll" inrms tot Reg. up to $16.95 sq. yd. Mfg. tisl BEDDING $68 ( WATER BEDS LIGHT OR DARK FINISH AS SOAR LOW TWIN AS JlllV V SiZE A Great Surprise for Morn, Dad or the Kids LA-Z-BOY ROCKER RECLINER i 2 DIFFERENT SEAT POSITIONS LIFETIME WARRANTY STARTING AT $2199s DON'S WAYSIDE FURNITURE & CARPETS U.S. Route 2 East St. Johnsbuzy, Vermont 802-748-5155 OPEN MON THRU THU 9 TO $ FRI 9 TO 9 SAT 9 TO $ SUN NOON TO 5 Also Available at THE FURHITURE BARN, Route 2, East Montlmlier, Vt. illustrates book characters during recent Mrs. Van Anderson and Richard Fabrizio presented the County Medal + Winners: Achievement-- Kristi Blessing, N. Monroe and Lisa Shadowens, W. Canaan; Citizenship-- Lisa Shadowens, W. Canaan; Clothing-- Kristi Blessing, Monroe and parade getting for July 4 LANG The Area Fourth of is making another huge in the Woodsville- area for 1983. Parade will travel to Wells return to the field. Muster of Fire throughout the will hold .a muster as they he past. It is this event will the Community +and include a Merry-Go- Round and a Ferris Wheel and possibly other amusements to the midway this year. We will try and let the public know as plans are firmed up on these matters. President William CoweU announced recently that the Green Mountain Regiment Fife and Drum Corps had been signed to participate in the parade. This colorful Fife & Drum Corps and Drill unit from central Vermont has earned high regards for their participation and per- formance m events throughout Vermont. Cowell feels that the signing of this unit will add much color to the parade. A repeat performer in the parade will be the Mount Saini Band of Montpelier, Vt. This participant of last year drew a rousing applause along the parade route. Plans are being made to try and get another Air Force Fly Over to open the day's celebration. As plans are solidified, of this and other features of the celebration, the Committee will advise you through the Journal Opinion. made to try F(mWtA Division of Jeanne Bouchard, Rutland; Lu Christie, Essex Junction; Rick Eaton,+ Bradford; Stanley Greenberg, Burlington; Ruth Hathaway, Montpelier; Lucia Houlihan, Dorset; Jean Mankowsky, Adamant; Ray Meerbergan, Bradford and David Sagi, Rutland. Members reappointed to the BLUE MOUNTAIN UNION SCHOOL Dec. 1 through Dec. 8 Wednesday-- Oven Baked Chicken, Cranberry Sauce, Peas, Rolls, Mashed Potato, Fruit, Milk. Thursday-- Ravioli, Italian Bread, Green Beans, Apple Pan Dowdy, Milk. Friday-- Hot Dog in a Bun, Potato Chips, Toss Salad, Fruit, Milk. Monday-- Old Fashion Chicken Pie, Mashed Potato, Peas, Fruit, Milk. Tuesday-- Meat Loaf, Mashed Potato, Green Beans, Rolls, Milk, Rice Krispie Cookies. Wednesday-- Baked Beans, Hot DOg, Cole Slaw, Rolls, Applesauce, Milk. November meeting of the Lioness Club of Woodsville, was held at the Happy Hour Restaurant. In attendance were: Carol Bigelow, Inks McDanolds, Jennifer Simp- son, Lois Hensou, Sandy McKean, Pat Hood, Rita Fournier, Rose Tucker, Michele Butson, Marge Wardrop, Ann Maccini, Barbara Jones and Terry Lang. President Michele Butson presided over the business meeting. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were accepted as read. A thank you note was read from the Haverhill Co-operative Nursery School, for the donation received from the club. The Haverhill Co-operative Nursery School Christmas Bazaar which will be held on Saturday, Dec. 4th, from 10 to 4 at the Community Building of Woodsville, was again discussed. Members manning the table and helping in other ways will be Rose Tucker, Jennifer Simpson, Terry Laog, Ann Maccini, Joyce Zampieri, Sandy McKean, Pat Hood, Marge Wardrop, Carol by MICHELLE ARNOSK.Y WELLS RIVER-- On Friclay, Nov. 12 the RicMord students arrived at Blue M .ountain Union School for an exchange weekend. From 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. the students rebearsen for the cmcert the next evening. At 5 p.m. a pizza and spaghetti buffet was held. After eating, the students met in the gymnasium and com. peted in sports. Volleyball, basketball, and floor hockey were played: Richford versus candy, crafts and Christmas wreaths. There will also be a raffle of a mechanical singing, _ ,    " .- Santa.walking' bellTinging 10inchA Christmas wreath (Not ShIce November 13, 19800000 wo+op wi + + o Thursday, Dec. 2nd, at7p.m. [[Have Our at the home of Lois Henson on Airport Rd., N. Haverhill. The , / wreaths will be 12" double- faced, decorated with pine[ Conventional I cones, berries and a choice of red or gold velvet or plaid i] M01"tgage I bows. The price will be $7. Members are urged to help with the workshop and also take orders for the wreaths. A Thanksgiving basket [!] Ilterest Rates l[ workshop will be held at the .....  ii' home of Terry Lang, Benton Rd. N. Haverhill, on Tuesday, Nov. 23rdatTp.m. Members i*i Been So Lowll are urged to participate. The baskets will be distributed to We are ready and willing at WGSB to help you finance that special home purchase with as little as a 5% down payment. senior citizens in the area on the 24th. The next meeting will he our annual Christmas party to be held at the Happy Hour Restaurant on Thursday, Dec. 9th at 6:30. There will he an exchange of gifts. Members are asked to bring a gift marked man or woman to be distributed to residents of the Grafton County Home. Student exchange program at Blue Mountain Union Blue Mountain. bowling, rollerskating, or four numbers and the corn- concert. In March, Blue bined bands played four numbers. The Richford band director was Alan Rowe and their choral director was Lynn Raymond. Jean Davidson was the director of the Blue Mountain band and chorus accompanied by Judy Haskell, majorette director and Lois Bnckley, music assistant. The Richford students headed home an hour after the Mountain's band and chorus will be going to Ricord to return the exchange. INTERESTING FACT Although truly an owl, the hawk owl looks more like a hawk, and is active in the daytime. The rock and roll band "Legends" from the Barre,Montpelier area, performed from B p.m. to 9:30 p.m. for the Richford and Blue Mountain students and parents. The evening ended by the host families taking home the Riehord students. The band and chorus met on Saturday morning, Nov. 18 to rehearse. The afternOon was spent entertaining the Rich- ford students; some went stayed home to catch up on sleep. ' - The dinner exchange con- cert began at 7:30 p.m. with the Blue Mountain madrigal group who sang "Modern Music". Following them was the Blue Mountain chortm and Richford chorus who sang two numbers each. The Blue Mountain and Richford bands played three numbers each. Combined, the Richford and Blue Mountain chorus sang Or If You Prefer Stop in at any one of our four convenient locations and one of our friendly loan counselors will assist you in determining a price range that is tailored to your budget. 007oodsville 00maz00_ntg 00avings 5Bank Equal Housmq Lender THE BETTER IDEA BANK Woodsville & Piermont Warren & Monroe Mon. thru Thurs. 8-5 Mon. & Wed. 9-4 Fri. 8-6 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9-12 Sat. 9-12