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Page 4--JOURNAL OPINION--December 13, 2017 Waits River 19 22 23 d -- 6 7 Lois Butler Bobette Helga MueUer Edee Thurston (802) 439-5174 t8021 222-5456 (603) 272-4359 (802) 866-5532 TherewasamemorytreeserviceatThe Christmas Concert at the VillageSchoolnews New Hope as members came to seek Bradford Elementary School is on Dec. Congratulations go to Billy Menard Four Vermont 4-Hers competed in Mal and Theresa Wetherell had TheNewburyCongregationalChurch comfort as they remember loved ones 14 beginning at 6 p.m. in the gym. The (seventh grade) and Wyatt Underhill the National Youth Dairy Judging three Thanksgiving dinners this year. andthe Wells River church serviceswill whopassed.Afterthebulbswerelit, they children will quickly remind you ofthe (eighth grade), who were the first and contestonNov. 5 in Louisville, KY. Seth One with friends in Wells River; a second be held in the Newbury church during Carson was one of them. The contest with Pastor SheilaofNewbury; andthe December, January and February. allgatheredinthefellowshiphallforapot spirit of the season. It is fun to watch second place winners in the Haverhill was held at the Kentucky Fair and thirdwithMal's sister Jerry Hurlburtin Church begins at 10 a.m. Sundays. The luckmeal. The Bible study at New Hope is people leave the concert because VFW's "Patriot Pen" Essay Contest. Exposition Center. North Troy, VT. Christmas pageant willbeheld onDec. nearing the end, and a new study will everyone is srpiling as they think about Both students wrote essays about what Also competing in Louisville, KY, a 17. begin in the new year. the songs, the children andthose special patriotismmeanstothem.Billymovedon Vermont 4-H Dairy Quiz Bowl Team moments which always happen,to the state level of the competition, finished fourth at the NorthAmerican 4- * tb On Dec. 24, there will be a TheBmdfordFairis~vitingchildren Congratulationsgotothefollowing HlnvitationalDairyQuizBowlonNov. Co~ ~n Christmas Eve service at New Hope at 7 p.m. All are welcome, and families to their Breakfast with high school students who made the honor 3 and 4. Judy Vaughan of Newbury was one of the coaches. Manypeoplehavebeengivingtothe Santa" on Dec. 16from8 to 10a.m.at roll in their respective high schools. At Bessie Sandberg food shelf recently The workers would the United Church of Christ. There is a Oxbow: Lara Jones and Skyler Ladd. The Carson children are doing very (802) 439-5563 besscsandberg@gmail.com like to thank all who have given, and $3 charge for each child and a $10 At Woodsville: Alyssa Prest, Emily wellintheirknowledgeofanimals.Abby especially the Grange members. The charge for a family offour. Prest, and Morgan Wagstaff. Carson finished firstinthe 12-andl3- Snow! It sure was beautiful on breadg You can get some right here in Planning board news local Boy Scouts need a special thank The Ronald McDonald Dental Van you as well. They worked hardto get will be at the Bradford Elementary The Planning Board, attheirmeefing year, old class at the Annual 4-H Dairy Stmdaymoming, withthetreescoatedin Corinth on Abe Jacobs Road. John Ch~!lengeonNov. llattheUniversityof thick white, sparkly snow. And more to Mellquist and Zsuzsa Mitro of food to fill the shelves. School from Dec. 18 to 20. Call the on Dec. 20 at 7 p.m. at the Old Church VermontinBurlington.Eighty-twoother come. By the time this column is Trukenbrod Mill and Bakery make some school at 222-4077 for more informa- BuildingwillholdaPublicHearingonthe yputhsparticipated, published and the newspaper printed, really great bread and it's available to tion. following proposed amendment to the .,~ Kate Maver spent the Thanksgiving there should be a good charge of snow buy right from their home. From light There are quite a few non-profits in Zoning Ordinance:"Shouldthetownhire l~bliday in North Canton, Ohio, and already fallen. Forecast says 100% sourdoughto sun-flaxtowholemeal spelt Mental Health Bradford. Each of these non-profits abuildinginspectortoenforcetheNew enjoyedgoodfoodandtimewithfamily, chanceofsnow.Thatmeanstherewillbe andtheyevencarryseededBlackBread would appreciate your thinking of them Hampshire Building Code? ~ December birthdays include Joyce snow. and many more types. Orders are taken whenyouareplanningyourgiffingforthe Since Sept. 14, 2002, Piermont has StickneyandEdnaEmersonwhowillbe Corinth Coffeehouse Music Series via email on Sunday and grains for the end of 2017. been required to follow the New 101 on Christmas Day. Her address is onDec. 16 at 7 p.m. will feature Still Hill breads are stone-ground fresh on Hampshire Building Code RSA 155 -A. Grafton County Nursing Home, Profile playing a unique blend of progressive Monday morning. The bread is baked 1-800-639-6360 Currently the contractor for a building Unit, North Haverhill, NH03774. bluegrassdippedinfolk, Americana, and Mondayaflemoonandreadyforpickup Call toll-free 24 hours a day. projectisresponsibleforadheringtothis Ted Seward ofAtkinson, NH, shota old time roots music. Members include on Tuesday. Want some? Join their code and notifying the State Fire sevenpoint, 142 pound buck. He hunts Adam Granade (upright bass), Rob Lees mailinglistattrukenbrod~ail.com. C LARA beforeMarshallconstructionaS to the tyPebegins.OfconstructionThis warrant withBob Beaulieu of town. Other lucky (guitar/vocals), Niles Franc (banjo/ They'll send you a weekly list of breads hunters were Jack Colbeth with a 106 harmonica/vocals), Jen Freise (fiddle/ available (Not all types of bread are MARTIN article asks if the Town of Piermont pounddoe;JacePage, eight pointer, 172 vocals), and Cody Williams (mandolin/ available every week). And they llhave C E N T E K should employ and charge the property pounds;andMalWetherelloftowngota vocals).StillHill'soriginalsongwriting, yourbreadreadyforpickuponTuesday owner for a building inspector to enforce 145.6 pound doe in Monroe. the New Hampshire Building Code." instrumental improvisation, and three- with your name on it at their home at 775 Edee Thurstonwas treated to anight part harmonies will make you hoot, Abe Jacobs road. For more information, Senior luncheons out onthe townwhen her daughter took holler, dance and leave you wanting call John or Zsuzsa at 802-439-9855. TheDec. 191uncheonattheOrford her to supper at the DanviUe lnn. They more each and every time. A donation at Lastweek'ssteeplelightingwasin Congregational Church will be pot roast, enjoyed the music by the pianist who the door, $5. - $10 per person, will memoryofStevenPatrick, given by Ruth potato, carrots, Ambrosia salad, and turned out to be a roommate of Edee's benefit SafeArt. SafeArt believes inthe Patrick; and in memory of Mary Buik, g--- Yuletide dessert, from Lyndon State College. power ofthe arts to create personal and given by Lori Buik. 1--9-- social change. Refreshments will be This week's steeple lighting is in provided atthe intermission, memory of John and Freda Williams, 1-K- For more information on the Corinth given by the Williams family; in memory Coffeehouse and other events check out of Henry White, given by William and 2-6-- the town of Corinth Facebook page or Judy White; and in honor and memory of the town of Corinth website.Kelley Ann Donahue, given by Jean -- Want some good locally made, Donahue. 100% organic and kindly sourced 31 39 40 41 42 44 49 50 56 CLUES DOWN ~ 1. Pie mode 2. Portuguese cape 3. Ottoman military title 4. Movable frame used in burials 5. Type of coal 6. A treeless grassy plain 7. Artist's workroom 8. Assists 9. Protein-rich liquids 10. A song of praise to God 12. Much __ about nothing 14. Japanese city 19. Atomic number 10 23. Egyptian goddess 24. Go places 25. Having ten 26. Complete 27. Automotive belt 28. Psyche 29. Melodious bird 34. Medical personnel 35. Acquired 36. 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Jewish spiritual leader 62. Tall, rounded vase 63. Liturgical language of Hinduism (abbr.) 64. Cheek Chelsea: 685-3885 [] Barre: 479-2556 [] Online: www.mkriehards0nagenc '.corn SEE ANSWERS ON PAGE 12 From small to large, we offer business insurance policies to fit your needs V._,NC. " Your Locdlnsurance Ag~mcv AN AWARD-WINNING INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER A weekly newspaper published in Bradford, Vermont. Subscription rates-- Vermont and New Hampshire--S28 per year, $18 for six months; out-of-state $35 per year, $22 for six months; senior citizen's discount $3. coo Second class postage paid at Bradford, Vermont. 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