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Page The Journal Opinlon-emr 8, 1N2 : ..... and Emertalnment - j" ,,r, , . , I Christmas Pa.qeant . SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12 7:30 P.M. At ' East Corinth CongregatiOnal Church [   Uuited Church of Christ PIM  - East Corinth, Vt. SHARE THE WONDER AND JOY OF THE BIRTH OF CHRIST. ,w- |. ' .... - ,,. u .... New Hod00e book ready TOPSHAM-- A new book are more than 30-pictures of called "Descendants of Avery S. Hedge" has been released by Topsham Publishing Company of E. Corinth. Written by William Hedge the book is more than a family geneology. It is an account of the family life in rural Ver- mont. The book is full of family stories, pictures and geneological data. The author traces the family from their early beginnings in southern New England to their present homes. He attempts to show what their lives were like and what life was like over these years. Scattered through the book the early ancestors to the youngest members of the family. The author spent considerable time listening to stories that had been handed down over the years and accounts of a serious or humorous nature are found throughout the book. "Descendants of Avery S. Hedge" is available from the Topsham Publishing Com- pany, E. C'inth for $8.00 including tax. Haver'l00ill Gardens SKI PROGRAM TO MEET \\; BRADFORD-- The new ski i I ! Maren Bartzis elementary program will be the topic of discussion at a Maren Bartzis meeting to be held Thursday, Dec. 9 at 7:30 p.m. The to Uesser meeting will discuss coming PIKE-- Miss March Bartzis, events for the elementary daughter of Mr. and Mrs. program and will be held at the Bradford Elementary George Bartzis of Pike has recently been accepted for 6th Annual Christmas OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11 FROM 9 'TIL 5 Door Pdze Drop in for Coffee or Hot Mulled Cider and Christmas Cookies! Haverhill Gardens Is locat on  Lane Just off Rte. 10 in Haverhill (m3) M5I North Country photos in historic new The North Country center of interest within a Bath, Haverhill, Piermontand tleton Essentials Historical F(undation has distinguished format. Each Orford. Lancaster; The recently published its second page is perforated and is Calendars may be bought at Store; and E. B. annual 1983 calendar of printed on only one side which The Village Bookstore, Lit- Store, Woedsville. historic North Country photos, makes it suitable for This year's limited edition of framing." 500 copies is entitled, Preserve The original "Calendar Our Photographic lteritage. Project" was constructed to The calendar depicts im- bring together the twelve portant North Country represented towns, their III CLUB photographs that capture, historical socities and their modes of transportation, historically minded citizens, | 11 Central St. historic people, period into one project. As a Woodsville, N.H. clothing and buildings, cooperative project, it gives Edward Mase, the calen- recognition to those who dar's designer, explained, contributed the photos and is a "Said To Be One Of The F'inest "This is a serious, but fundraiser for the Foundation. delightful calendar. Its stark The towns represented in this Night Clubs In New England I  design reflects an image most year's calendar are: Lan- associated with New England. caster, Jefferson, Whitefield, 4" "  ""  " " " " " " "' The subtle brown and red inks B e t h I e h e m, L i t t I e t o n, on an off white background Franconia, Sugar Hill, Lisbon, New Year's Eve Is On A Friday This Year allow the photos to be the And If You're Looking For A Party, Have No _ i  For The111Club Will Be ln Full Swing, =  A, r" r r'A r, m So Get Your Tickets & Be Ready [:or The , Playing Country/Country Rock This Thursday. Dec. 9 Saturday, December 11th School. BRADFORD: The elementary ski program will hold their September, 1983 enrollment atHesser College in Manchester, p.m.meeting at the Bradford Elementary School tonight at 7:30 "Mountain G01d N.H. Friday, Dec. l0 March is a Senior at WOODSVILLE: A N.H. Veteran's Council representative Woodsville High School where will be on hand at the Legion Home from 9:00 a.m. to noon. she has been involved in The N,tgge! Saturday, Dec. 11 Future Business Leaders of POST MILLS: Christmas Bazaar in the Congregational MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS CINEMA [ America, the French Club, Church vestry today, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Features No Guarantee Of Specific Seating Areas. Field Hockey and the Cycle International Foods and gift tables. THE TOY Staff. BRADFORD: Bradford area children's party at the fire Call (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840. Maren is planning to major stationfroml:00to3:00p.m. in the two year Computer 7:00&9:00 Science program at Hesser. Starring Jackie Gleason Upon successful completion of GRUBBY Warren and Richard Pryor Rated PG Science Degree. her studies, she will receive an f[ f[IffI,VEDALL\\; l Associate in Computer AGP.EE 'o ht A4ONEV AND I, TAkE A 84TH... PHEW/ [ I'IIE BEE.O,I A CATTLE xPLITTIN' IT IN THE/  -... 9JCH HORCE tOSE-SENSE, J POST MILLS-- The Annual t: Post Mills Christmas Bazaar will be held in the Congregational Church Vestry on Saturday, Dec. 11 from 5 to  . 7 p.m. International foods will ..... be featured and there will be gift and crafts tables. RURAL DELIVERY By B A FREE // 5EE HERE ! y WHV ? YOU  OU'I:;tE NOT I DIDN'T F00EN WHAT I'M GIFT TO [ VOU GET OFF=) GOT SANTA A LITTLE. ,-c.H I | ARE V0U MV FETF EVERV GOOD LITTLE BO',/? ( GRANDPA'S BOY : ,- [ yT. I o Ho - WHAT" :' IfOFtP I (.L,,(, " ' I OOV, I, /wr /: / C-r-r / -- c: 1 NAPOLEON By McBride and WEZE ThANkE[) A LITTLE 1   ITSS &AeAN/ "AT WQLIL9 BE A O00D  /E ( JT At OTNEI2. LOOKING" CHEI,T.AS Tr.E. _--- --, ...J'. ,'I!l I,,,,, IT A' "AIJ, C . . " .,% I,i! "  , / _  -,,  , TWITCH By How I llI I  III s AROOOEE  I IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern Unmix the letters in the boxes to form a II word. Then circle A, B or C for the cor- rect meaning (or definition). Score yourself as follows: 4 Correct-Excellent 2 Correct-Fair 3 Correct-Good 1-0 Correct-Poor 2.[smi r e I R. RICHMAH . %PCE,HRH C. PEHHYP|HCHER CO,,,: t u.n mUL,. 3" !e f I e e__[ . 5JPtK . .AD C. GROOCHY 4. o reme r Page The Journal Opinlon-emr 8, 1N2 : ..... and Emertalnment - j" ,,r, , . , I Christmas Pa.qeant . SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12 7:30 P.M. At ' East Corinth CongregatiOnal Church [   Uuited Church of Christ PIM  - East Corinth, Vt. SHARE THE WONDER AND JOY OF THE BIRTH OF CHRIST. ,w- |. ' .... - ,,. u .... New Hod00e book ready TOPSHAM-- A new book are more than 30-pictures of called "Descendants of Avery S. Hedge" has been released by Topsham Publishing Company of E. Corinth. Written by William Hedge the book is more than a family geneology. It is an account of the family life in rural Ver- mont. The book is full of family stories, pictures and geneological data. The author traces the family from their early beginnings in southern New England to their present homes. He attempts to show what their lives were like and what life was like over these years. Scattered through the book the early ancestors to the youngest members of the family. The author spent considerable time listening to stories that had been handed down over the years and accounts of a serious or humorous nature are found throughout the book. "Descendants of Avery S. Hedge" is available from the Topsham Publishing Com- pany, E. C'inth for $8.00 including tax. Haver'l00ill Gardens SKI PROGRAM TO MEET \\; BRADFORD-- The new ski i I ! Maren Bartzis elementary program will be the topic of discussion at a Maren Bartzis meeting to be held Thursday, Dec. 9 at 7:30 p.m. The to Uesser meeting will discuss coming PIKE-- Miss March Bartzis, events for the elementary daughter of Mr. and Mrs. program and will be held at the Bradford Elementary George Bartzis of Pike has recently been accepted for 6th Annual Christmas OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11 FROM 9 'TIL 5 Door Pdze Drop in for Coffee or Hot Mulled Cider and Christmas Cookies! Haverhill Gardens Is locat on  Lane Just off Rte. 10 in Haverhill (m3) M5I North Country photos in historic new The North Country center of interest within a Bath, Haverhill, Piermontand tleton Essentials Historical F(undation has distinguished format. Each Orford. Lancaster; The recently published its second page is perforated and is Calendars may be bought at Store; and E. B. annual 1983 calendar of printed on only one side which The Village Bookstore, Lit- Store, Woedsville. historic North Country photos, makes it suitable for This year's limited edition of framing." 500 copies is entitled, Preserve The original "Calendar Our Photographic lteritage. Project" was constructed to The calendar depicts im- bring together the twelve portant North Country represented towns, their III CLUB photographs that capture, historical socities and their modes of transportation, historically minded citizens, | 11 Central St. historic people, period into one project. As a Woodsville, N.H. clothing and buildings, cooperative project, it gives Edward Mase, the calen- recognition to those who dar's designer, explained, contributed the photos and is a "Said To Be One Of The F'inest "This is a serious, but fundraiser for the Foundation. delightful calendar. Its stark The towns represented in this Night Clubs In New England I  design reflects an image most year's calendar are: Lan- associated with New England. caster, Jefferson, Whitefield, 4" "  ""  " " " " " " "' The subtle brown and red inks B e t h I e h e m, L i t t I e t o n, on an off white background Franconia, Sugar Hill, Lisbon, New Year's Eve Is On A Friday This Year allow the photos to be the And If You're Looking For A Party, Have No _ i  For The111Club Will Be ln Full Swing, =  A, r" r r'A r, m So Get Your Tickets & Be Ready [:or The , Playing Country/Country Rock This Thursday. Dec. 9 Saturday, December 11th School. BRADFORD: The elementary ski program will hold their September, 1983 enrollment atHesser College in Manchester, p.m.meeting at the Bradford Elementary School tonight at 7:30 "Mountain G01d N.H. Friday, Dec. l0 March is a Senior at WOODSVILLE: A N.H. Veteran's Council representative Woodsville High School where will be on hand at the Legion Home from 9:00 a.m. to noon. she has been involved in The N,tgge! Saturday, Dec. 11 Future Business Leaders of POST MILLS: Christmas Bazaar in the Congregational MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS CINEMA [ America, the French Club, Church vestry today, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Features No Guarantee Of Specific Seating Areas. Field Hockey and the Cycle International Foods and gift tables. THE TOY Staff. BRADFORD: Bradford area children's party at the fire Call (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840. Maren is planning to major stationfroml:00to3:00p.m. in the two year Computer 7:00&9:00 Science program at Hesser. Starring Jackie Gleason Upon successful completion of GRUBBY Warren and Richard Pryor Rated PG Science Degree. her studies, she will receive an f[ f[IffI,VEDALL\\; l Associate in Computer AGP.EE 'o ht A4ONEV AND I, TAkE A 84TH... PHEW/ [ I'IIE BEE.O,I A CATTLE xPLITTIN' IT IN THE/  -... 9JCH HORCE tOSE-SENSE, J POST MILLS-- The Annual t: Post Mills Christmas Bazaar will be held in the Congregational Church Vestry on Saturday, Dec. 11 from 5 to  . 7 p.m. International foods will ..... be featured and there will be gift and crafts tables. RURAL DELIVERY By B A FREE // 5EE HERE ! y WHV ? YOU  OU'I:;tE NOT I DIDN'T F00EN WHAT I'M GIFT TO [ VOU GET OFF=) GOT SANTA A LITTLE. ,-c.H I | ARE V0U MV FETF EVERV GOOD LITTLE BO',/? ( GRANDPA'S BOY : ,- [ yT. I o Ho - WHAT" :' IfOFtP I (.L,,(, " ' I OOV, I, /wr /: / C-r-r / -- c: 1 NAPOLEON By McBride and WEZE ThANkE[) A LITTLE 1   ITSS &AeAN/ "AT WQLIL9 BE A O00D  /E ( JT At OTNEI2. LOOKING" CHEI,T.AS Tr.E. _--- --, ...J'. ,'I!l I,,,,, IT A' "AIJ, C . . " .,% I,i! "  , / _  -,,  , TWITCH By How I llI I  III s AROOOEE  I IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern Unmix the letters in the boxes to form a II word. Then circle A, B or C for the cor- rect meaning (or definition). Score yourself as follows: 4 Correct-Excellent 2 Correct-Fair 3 Correct-Good 1-0 Correct-Poor 2.[smi r e I R. RICHMAH . %PCE,HRH C. PEHHYP|HCHER CO,,,: t u.n mUL,. 3" !e f I e e__[ . 5JPtK . .AD C. GROOCHY 4. o reme r