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Through Christmas E 10% ALL OUR TOOLS GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE OXBOW NEWS IU'I'O PARTS of BRADFORD Main St. 222-4746 Bradford Open: 8-5 Mon.-Fri.; 8-12 Sat. THE Main Street Bradford We have paintings, antiques, our pottery and a complete line ofj butcher, e. block furniture at savings of 50% and more. p a lamp for the livingroom or french butter dish on th, table or any of these gift ideas :Mugs, bowls, candiebolders, oil lamps, platters, quiche pans and ANGELS Senior of the Week Chris Rogers is senior of the week. She plans on attending a college for Animal Science because she says, "If I have a career I want to enjoy it." She is applying to the University of Vermont and Vermont Technical College. Rogers' favorite class is Advanced Biology taught by Sumner Harris, because it relates to her interests in Animal Science. She adds that the best thing about Oxbow is the Science Department which she says is very good and has been very helpful to her. The Advanced Biology Trip to Salisbury Beach was Roger's favorite field trip while at Oxbow. Her activities and hobbies are field hockey and animals. The worst thing about Oxbow she feels is that some of the classes are overcrowded, which prevents adequate individual help. If Rogers could make changes in her schedule she says that she would con- centrate more on science and English, rather than taking math, and she would par- ticipate more in school ac- tivities. Teacher Profile Mark Hamilton, Physical Education teacher at Oxbow High School says that in the" short time (3 months) that he's been at Oxbow the "people (at Oxbow) have helped out" and made him feel "really welcome". Hamilton, who lives in FRESH CUT- LOCALL Y GROWN Christmas. Trees I ........................................... JUDY AUGUSTINE ............................................ LISA FARNHAM KATHERINE HARTLEY SANDY PERRY K IM STOCXWELL BETHANNE WRIGHT Jl vhlw .......................................... ARNOLD SHIELDS Cel fdbefw8 .......................................... JIM CORLISS Christine Rogers "Senior of the Week" Newbury, Vt., is 22 years old. He says that his age helps him to relate to high school kids "especially the older ones". He also said that he really enjoys teaching the younger, junior high youngsters, as well as high school students. Hamilton graduated from Springfield College, Springfield, Mass., with a Bachelor of Science degree major in Physical Education and a minor in coaching. HIS bobbies are fishing, and playing,--tennis, racquetball and basketball. He says that he also likes weight lifting ("I don't do it, but I like it" he says) and played football for two years in college. On his serious side, Hamilton says that, often, people don't take physical education seriously. He says that what people have to realize is that physical education is a subject in school and that to get an "A" in his class really means something. Regarding Oxbow policy, Hamilton says that he doesn't NORMA BOURGET iH IHI I agree with the rule that seniors who take carry-over gym don't have to change into shorts and T-shirts. He says that they're going to be physically active in gym and thinks that they should change clothes. Hamilton says that he is very happy to have the job at Oxbow and really likes it. Senior Acceptances As of Dec. 1, the following seniors at Oxbow High School have been accepted at in- stitutions of higher learning. The institution(s) to which the student has been accepted appears adjacent to their Dame. Dwayna Smith-- New Hampshire Vocational Technical College -- (NH- VTC) -- Claremont Jody Pratt-- Westbrook College Patti Cushing-- American International College Carolyn Brooks-- American International College Heidl Martel-- NHVTC -- Claremont Keith Bean-- Castleton State College Judy Augustine--- Northern Arizona University, Hesser College Bethanne .Wright-- Hesser College Lisa Farnham-- Hesser College Doreen Smith-- Lyndon State College Peter Hatch-- Franklin Pierce College Jane Dempsey-- NHVTC-- Claremont. BRADFORD-- There will be a Bradford Area Children's Christmas Party at the Bradford Fire Station on Saturday, Dec. 11 from 1 to 3 p.m. The annual event is spon- sored by the Connecticut Valley Jaycees, Bradford American Legion Post No. 20 and Auxiliary and the Bradford Fire Department and their Auxiliary. The party is open to any in child in the Upper Valley and supervision will be provided by sponsoring groups, except to babies. All children should be picked up at the fire station at 3 p.m. There will be fire engine rides through town, bingo for children and a small prize of reading books, toys , games and cartoons for the winner. Cookies and punch will be served and good old Santa Claus will be on hand to pass out candy. OF Free Gift Wrapping 20-60% OFF THROUGHOUT THE STORE H  Ruth B. Clements ' 3 Prop. C 802-222-5220 !I BRADFORd. O Kelvinator HRISTMAS SALE! R '1 I I I I ! i i  n n n n n -- n n -- -- -- n -- -- -- -- n n -- -- n -- -- -- n -- -- -- I I I I I I- I I i I li I! i ' HEAVY-DUTY LAUNDRY SAVINGS WITH KELVINATOR! AWL210S DEA21OS Large capacity porcelain tub Automatic Termination Two-Speed Spin for or Timed Drying proper fabric washing Full 1-year Warranty; Three Wash Two Years on Parts Temperatures Safety Door..,Drying Three Fabric Cycle Stops If Door Opened Selections Three Position Water Level Control For the Pair =6699' I I I Main St. PERRY'S OIL SERVICE 802-222-4484 Bradford, Vt. Stop in & pick up your FREE copy of Santa's Parade Catalog. e Saving re Balsam Fir open house STORES " pruce .,o.- There will be Your local independently owned True Value Hardware an open house for Bradford Store has national chain-buying power. area residents at the new Scotch Pine ware ,ac.. on a, street in Bradford Village on A Saturday, Dec. II from 9:00 Your Choice a.m. to noon. Wr th Account Manager Brian  6WgoRgEE ea s Mitchell told tbe Journal Opinion it will be an iormal affair, mainly held to give p B gh local people a chance to tour  } rays - ou s thebuildingandgetanideaof B just what Bankware does B relative to the banking world.: IN BASKETS He said there will be refresh- i Attractive bakebserve oven- G gG ments. [ ware. M400/825/S/4/7/A reen Fro arden Center Mitchell said the company is Rnchor .,.,,,c...o,.. presently working with B} 5xg-ln. Loaf Pan. 5 Champlain College to sponsor I Hocking Bradford. Vt. (802) 222-559 college courses in use of the !  - C C) l'/rQt Utility Dish. computer, something he says D) 1'/rOt Covorod Calmerole. will hopefully be implemented at the beginning of,_________ wlmDerlal  SHARE CHRISTMAS ! WITH A KID! i Bdod DONATE TO Academy l school moup OPI00RATION 44" s,.0c,. L- BRADFORD-- The Bradford 7Y,-INCH SAW BELT SANDER LOCKBACK KNIFE .... " Academy and Graded School  District will be meeting on a -bearing construction for ....... High-carbon stainless-steel B II Combines ease of orbltat  Wednesday night, Dec. 8 at smooth performance. 2 HP. sanomg wnowvivration./.u- blade, hardwood handle.4815 amp motor 593 / I 7" 30 in the Elementary School Double insulated. 675-S ' Leather Sheath. 4800S..3.gg [ will be some visitors, sign a [ contract, go into executive : session to hear neegitations and to discuss a square dance program donates Christmas gifts to 100 of the most needy  program and cross country ski I I I program. en in Bradford, Newbury Town School District, Corinth,  Additionally, the group will am, Fairlee and Piermont. Spnsred bY the Bradford 'I [  bold a secnd reading fr the B 27. 0 =t[ -5.00 Mfr.'s Rebate -7.00 Mfr. s Rebate dents and teachers and numerous businesses, organizations  22 99 Final Cost 1 individuals. MEETING DEC. 9 95 6 " i "- .t- School District will he holding 8-IN. WORK VISE SPEED JIGSAW FOOD PROCESSOR I DONATIONS MAY BE SENT TO  a meeting in the Elementary Designed for lightweight Pick the speed to suit the job. Steel blade b combination I School on Thursday, Dec. 9at projects. Clamps to a flat sur- Calibrated shoe tilts up to 45 . disk for slicing, shredding. I OPERATION SANTA CLAUS,  7:30 p.m. Scheduled for talks will be the budget, the hot face. Tilts 90 . 79-025 1/3-HP, 3-amp motor. 7580 2-lock safety sys._ tern. 702L1 BOX 490, BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 ' lunch price, social security coverage and rubbish  RILL OR  remvali/Ny C PLACED IN ONE OF THE CA RY A little oven that broils, bakes, top browns and toasts. 4 slice capacity with bell to signal end of cycle. Continuous cleaning. Light indicates unit operating. T131 OVEN  RED COLLECTION CANS IN AREA STORES. Recommendation= of N ChiMren ...c,,,.,.,..,.... o....,-,.. HARDWARE may be made before December llth ]l 0"" "'""'"" ]] ) II -;,-,,.--,  BRADFORD VERMONT 802-222-5527 to the above address, jj ,eozj4,-,,o IJ Through Christmas E 10% ALL OUR TOOLS GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE OXBOW NEWS IU'I'O PARTS of BRADFORD Main St. 222-4746 Bradford Open: 8-5 Mon.-Fri.; 8-12 Sat. THE Main Street Bradford We have paintings, antiques, our pottery and a complete line ofj butcher, e. block furniture at savings of 50% and more. p a lamp for the livingroom or french butter dish on th, table or any of these gift ideas :Mugs, bowls, candiebolders, oil lamps, platters, quiche pans and ANGELS Senior of the Week Chris Rogers is senior of the week. She plans on attending a college for Animal Science because she says, "If I have a career I want to enjoy it." She is applying to the University of Vermont and Vermont Technical College. Rogers' favorite class is Advanced Biology taught by Sumner Harris, because it relates to her interests in Animal Science. She adds that the best thing about Oxbow is the Science Department which she says is very good and has been very helpful to her. The Advanced Biology Trip to Salisbury Beach was Roger's favorite field trip while at Oxbow. Her activities and hobbies are field hockey and animals. The worst thing about Oxbow she feels is that some of the classes are overcrowded, which prevents adequate individual help. If Rogers could make changes in her schedule she says that she would con- centrate more on science and English, rather than taking math, and she would par- ticipate more in school ac- tivities. Teacher Profile Mark Hamilton, Physical Education teacher at Oxbow High School says that in the" short time (3 months) that he's been at Oxbow the "people (at Oxbow) have helped out" and made him feel "really welcome". Hamilton, who lives in FRESH CUT- LOCALL Y GROWN Christmas. Trees I ........................................... JUDY AUGUSTINE ............................................ LISA FARNHAM KATHERINE HARTLEY SANDY PERRY K IM STOCXWELL BETHANNE WRIGHT Jl vhlw .......................................... ARNOLD SHIELDS Cel fdbefw8 .......................................... JIM CORLISS Christine Rogers "Senior of the Week" Newbury, Vt., is 22 years old. He says that his age helps him to relate to high school kids "especially the older ones". He also said that he really enjoys teaching the younger, junior high youngsters, as well as high school students. Hamilton graduated from Springfield College, Springfield, Mass., with a Bachelor of Science degree major in Physical Education and a minor in coaching. HIS bobbies are fishing, and playing,--tennis, racquetball and basketball. He says that he also likes weight lifting ("I don't do it, but I like it" he says) and played football for two years in college. On his serious side, Hamilton says that, often, people don't take physical education seriously. He says that what people have to realize is that physical education is a subject in school and that to get an "A" in his class really means something. Regarding Oxbow policy, Hamilton says that he doesn't NORMA BOURGET iH IHI I agree with the rule that seniors who take carry-over gym don't have to change into shorts and T-shirts. He says that they're going to be physically active in gym and thinks that they should change clothes. Hamilton says that he is very happy to have the job at Oxbow and really likes it. Senior Acceptances As of Dec. 1, the following seniors at Oxbow High School have been accepted at in- stitutions of higher learning. The institution(s) to which the student has been accepted appears adjacent to their Dame. Dwayna Smith-- New Hampshire Vocational Technical College -- (NH- VTC) -- Claremont Jody Pratt-- Westbrook College Patti Cushing-- American International College Carolyn Brooks-- American International College Heidl Martel-- NHVTC -- Claremont Keith Bean-- Castleton State College Judy Augustine--- Northern Arizona University, Hesser College Bethanne .Wright-- Hesser College Lisa Farnham-- Hesser College Doreen Smith-- Lyndon State College Peter Hatch-- Franklin Pierce College Jane Dempsey-- NHVTC-- Claremont. BRADFORD-- There will be a Bradford Area Children's Christmas Party at the Bradford Fire Station on Saturday, Dec. 11 from 1 to 3 p.m. The annual event is spon- sored by the Connecticut Valley Jaycees, Bradford American Legion Post No. 20 and Auxiliary and the Bradford Fire Department and their Auxiliary. The party is open to any in child in the Upper Valley and supervision will be provided by sponsoring groups, except to babies. All children should be picked up at the fire station at 3 p.m. There will be fire engine rides through town, bingo for children and a small prize of reading books, toys , games and cartoons for the winner. Cookies and punch will be served and good old Santa Claus will be on hand to pass out candy. OF Free Gift Wrapping 20-60% OFF THROUGHOUT THE STORE H  Ruth B. Clements ' 3 Prop. C 802-222-5220 !I BRADFORd. O Kelvinator HRISTMAS SALE! R '1 I I I I ! i i  n n n n n -- n n -- -- -- n -- -- -- -- n n -- -- n -- -- -- n -- -- -- I I I I I I- I I i I li I! i ' HEAVY-DUTY LAUNDRY SAVINGS WITH KELVINATOR! AWL210S DEA21OS Large capacity porcelain tub Automatic Termination Two-Speed Spin for or Timed Drying proper fabric washing Full 1-year Warranty; Three Wash Two Years on Parts Temperatures Safety Door..,Drying Three Fabric Cycle Stops If Door Opened Selections Three Position Water Level Control For the Pair =6699' I I I Main St. PERRY'S OIL SERVICE 802-222-4484 Bradford, Vt. Stop in & pick up your FREE copy of Santa's Parade Catalog. e Saving re Balsam Fir open house STORES " pruce .,o.- There will be Your local independently owned True Value Hardware an open house for Bradford Store has national chain-buying power. area residents at the new Scotch Pine ware ,ac.. on a, street in Bradford Village on A Saturday, Dec. II from 9:00 Your Choice a.m. to noon. Wr th Account Manager Brian  6WgoRgEE ea s Mitchell told tbe Journal Opinion it will be an iormal affair, mainly held to give p B gh local people a chance to tour  } rays - ou s thebuildingandgetanideaof B just what Bankware does B relative to the banking world.: IN BASKETS He said there will be refresh- i Attractive bakebserve oven- G gG ments. [ ware. M400/825/S/4/7/A reen Fro arden Center Mitchell said the company is Rnchor .,.,,,c...o,.. presently working with B} 5xg-ln. Loaf Pan. 5 Champlain College to sponsor I Hocking Bradford. Vt. (802) 222-559 college courses in use of the !  - C C) l'/rQt Utility Dish. computer, something he says D) 1'/rOt Covorod Calmerole. will hopefully be implemented at the beginning of,_________ wlmDerlal  SHARE CHRISTMAS ! WITH A KID! i Bdod DONATE TO Academy l school moup OPI00RATION 44" s,.0c,. L- BRADFORD-- The Bradford 7Y,-INCH SAW BELT SANDER LOCKBACK KNIFE .... " Academy and Graded School  District will be meeting on a -bearing construction for ....... High-carbon stainless-steel B II Combines ease of orbltat  Wednesday night, Dec. 8 at smooth performance. 2 HP. sanomg wnowvivration./.u- blade, hardwood handle.4815 amp motor 593 / I 7" 30 in the Elementary School Double insulated. 675-S ' Leather Sheath. 4800S..3.gg [ will be some visitors, sign a [ contract, go into executive : session to hear neegitations and to discuss a square dance program donates Christmas gifts to 100 of the most needy  program and cross country ski I I I program. en in Bradford, Newbury Town School District, Corinth,  Additionally, the group will am, Fairlee and Piermont. Spnsred bY the Bradford 'I [  bold a secnd reading fr the B 27. 0 =t[ -5.00 Mfr.'s Rebate -7.00 Mfr. s Rebate dents and teachers and numerous businesses, organizations  22 99 Final Cost 1 individuals. MEETING DEC. 9 95 6 " i "- .t- School District will he holding 8-IN. WORK VISE SPEED JIGSAW FOOD PROCESSOR I DONATIONS MAY BE SENT TO  a meeting in the Elementary Designed for lightweight Pick the speed to suit the job. Steel blade b combination I School on Thursday, Dec. 9at projects. Clamps to a flat sur- Calibrated shoe tilts up to 45 . disk for slicing, shredding. I OPERATION SANTA CLAUS,  7:30 p.m. Scheduled for talks will be the budget, the hot face. Tilts 90 . 79-025 1/3-HP, 3-amp motor. 7580 2-lock safety sys._ tern. 702L1 BOX 490, BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 ' lunch price, social security coverage and rubbish  RILL OR  remvali/Ny C PLACED IN ONE OF THE CA RY A little oven that broils, bakes, top browns and toasts. 4 slice capacity with bell to signal end of cycle. Continuous cleaning. Light indicates unit operating. T131 OVEN  RED COLLECTION CANS IN AREA STORES. Recommendation= of N ChiMren ...c,,,.,.,..,.... o....,-,.. HARDWARE may be made before December llth ]l 0"" "'""'"" ]] ) II -;,-,,.--,  BRADFORD VERMONT 802-222-5527 to the above address, jj ,eozj4,-,,o IJ