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Page 2-The Journal Opinion.December 20, 1982 /t_rts and Entertainment ,1 YEAR'S I COMPLETE 11-2 AM DANCING TO COUNTRY SPECIALS Champagne Toast inclm ,$15 Per Preen Rrvations ReQuired No,cover eh-.e GARDEN RESTAUR Route $, lradfocd, Vt. (8O2) L.-S20Z Open 7 Days [1:30 a.m.-l1:00 D.r INFLATION FIGHTER SPECIALS Monday Dessert Is On Us Your Choice Of Strawberry Shortcake Or With Hot Fudge And Ice Cream With Each Dinner Tuesday The Best *2.00 Dinner In Town Purchase First Oinner A t Regular Price And Receive Second Oinner Of Equal Or Less Value For '2.00 BOY BORN NEW GIRL "- JOHN C. DeWITTBORN PIKE-- Ed and Janet N. HAVERHILL-- Cindy and BRADFORD-- L BRADFORD-- Jhn Charles Dadreact are parents f a Thmas Smart are parents f Brent Knappare ) was born D.ec. 5 to Pat and baby boy, born Dec. 8 at the a baby girl born Dec. 10 at the of a new girl, William DeWitt of Bradford. Cottage Hospital. Cottage Hospital. the q OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO@ COMe & eMJovl - | i!!I :' Thursday, Dec. 23rd & 30th e e The People Will Be Stirring , Not Standing In One. ,rl DO IT AGAIN--Oxbowls eigh a al FB Talen Show, which and presented to the Upper Valley ],,st Friday, Dec. 3, was a grand success. T: For Thunder Valley Express Is Play. J' ManyA winners of the Talent Show were as follows : First Place Joanne Hardy and Astrid : Every Thursday, at 7:30 PM  And The SpMt Of Christmas i Egerod, both seniors, for their performance of "A Cleaning Maids Dream". Second place went to Christie Thurston also a senior, for her performances, in at the wnl Not Fade which, she danced to "Eye of the Tiger" and "Suicide is Painless," the theme for   eL e en M.A.S.H. Third place went to eayle Balcom, a freshman here at Oxbow, who did American Leon Home a Gymnastic Floor Routine to the song "You Don't Bring Me Flowers". Fourth nd place went to Jody Hedge, who is a Junior at Oxbow. She did a song and dance : WoodsvilJe, N.H, : Saturday, December 25th imblq routine from the movie "Annie". Fifth place went to Laurie Bruleigh who did two Christmas Night . performances, one was a Gymnastic Floor Routine to the song "Thank God l'm a :  : F Country Girl , and the second perfurmance on the uneven bars. Shown above (1- " "Thunder r) are: Astrid Egerod, Joanne Hardy, Christie Thurston, and Gayle Balcom.  n( : Wdeow g Valley ,, Walker named president leoeooeooeoeooooo8 ,,r Wednesday Fish Fry Beerbattered Fish & Chips And Salad Bar ALL YOU CAN EAT Specials Served 5 To 9 pm Every Week In Dining Room & Lounge (ExceptHol,days) 00lappff ]00our of Tabor Valley Players E. CORINTH-- At the Tabor Valley Players Annual Meeting held at Blake Memorial Library in E. Corinth recently, new officers were elected, headed by Don Walker as president. Roun- ding'out the slate were Vice President Jim Heidenreich, Secretary Beth Tiompson, Treasurer Gloria Heidenreich and Public Relations- Historian Gerry Brooks, Two elected members at large are Sue Putnam and Lou Cattani. This board will meet the second Tuesday of each month. Current president ' Connie Merritt opened the meeting with her report, which in- cluded comments on the two TVP productions for the year. She observed that A Bad Year For Tomatoes and The Deadly Game both brought new faces to the stage. She told the group that space at the Mason's Hall in E, Corinth had been procured for TVP items to be stored, and that a new sign by Alden had been hung on Nov. 9. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were read and accepted, with cash on hand amounting to $742.91 and TVP's total worth set at $1,236.51. Shirley Henry audited the books. Much discussion was held relative to a new lighting box. It was considered the top priority before next spring's production. It was voted to explore possibilities of con- tractors who might help and to spend up to $300 for this item. It was felt by the Board that TVP should continue with the current two-play season and that a member of the board, perhaps a member at large or the vice president, should serve as a community relations person. It was asked if the group thought TVP productions should be taken outside the E. Corinth-Topsham community, Much lively discussion en- sued, with pros and cons being aired The final feeling was that th'lit6r and those involved with the play should have the inputas to whether this be done. estaurall .............. Wel Rir; Vermom Roberts'Vin & Vittles The Roberts Family Of The Fairlee Diner & Roberts' Country Cookin' Is Growing With nether Newly Renovated ,( Facility In Bradford. I We Are Offering Our Complete Menu, "Home Style Cookin' Breakfast, Lunch & At Dinner With A Full Home Style Prices" Bakery And Well Stocked Lounge. Go/den C/rc/e looking for flm/ver show The Golden Circle Senior Citizens of Woodsville would be interested in joining up with Bradford or N. Haverhill in a one day trip to Boston next Spring. What they have in mind is a chartered Vermont Transit bus to attend a flower show or something like that. Indications are that the Vermont Transit clients like to attend a Saturday matinee. As price information becomes available the tour agent will keep us informed. ! CINEMA I R/CHARD PRYOR CK GLEASON \\; We Are Now Able VI & YITTLrS ,'-, ,L To Offer Complete   [CINEMA It On & Off Premises Ii m*i  I "'" Catering To Suit i n mmm ,l[Jm Your Individual  m 1 ; Party Needs. ......... a  I =,%" NO W OPEN" 6 A.M. To 9 P.M. MondayThrough Saturday m Tel. (802) 222 5228 nl MANEESDAILYDEc:Z, 9 A.M. To 7 P.M.. Sunday ! THROUGH JAN. 2ND I GRUBBY )AI" == | I  GOT 141 IN tIN4Dtt... "  " "'. H TO 14Ygl RURAL DELIVERY By DON'T YOU"] LAST l Vr--^ , NO, IT'S 1 I NOi::)DY W/M'4TS HAVE ONE/ ONE K:[,lf PvU- 1" -'v-,,,,,.,,mnt".o /L A BI(TR..EE t I SEP.? I I NAVE - DOLLARS'. ....... - TNE R,,E!. " .. I. -1 :I - 1,2--8Z IN GRANDPA'S BOY )- WI4AT ---Un' KI | aO ,, NAPOLEON By McBride and :0 TWITCH B ,6 INVITEP TO T / L, tT / YESTIIpAy I CHRIS"TA/5 PARTY[ , (( .r {{ r( \\;kw - z. IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern Umnix the letters in the boxes to form S ay  nv word. Then circle A, B or C for the cor- rect meaning (or definition). SPore yourff is follows: 4 Correct-Excellent 2 Correct-Fair 3 Correct-Good 1-0Correct-Poor in I I/ouzD  zMosrdroO - -' 1 H?Rll, I . 00l.tnl.l,l.l00 I . o , . i USTL/ RE m.  I. Howe c sr Page 2-The Journal Opinion.December 20, 1982 /t_rts and Entertainment ,1 YEAR'S I COMPLETE 11-2 AM DANCING TO COUNTRY SPECIALS Champagne Toast inclm ,$15 Per Preen Rrvations ReQuired No,cover eh-.e GARDEN RESTAUR Route $, lradfocd, Vt. (8O2) L.-S20Z Open 7 Days [1:30 a.m.-l1:00 D.r INFLATION FIGHTER SPECIALS Monday Dessert Is On Us Your Choice Of Strawberry Shortcake Or With Hot Fudge And Ice Cream With Each Dinner Tuesday The Best *2.00 Dinner In Town Purchase First Oinner A t Regular Price And Receive Second Oinner Of Equal Or Less Value For '2.00 BOY BORN NEW GIRL "- JOHN C. DeWITTBORN PIKE-- Ed and Janet N. HAVERHILL-- Cindy and BRADFORD-- L BRADFORD-- Jhn Charles Dadreact are parents f a Thmas Smart are parents f Brent Knappare ) was born D.ec. 5 to Pat and baby boy, born Dec. 8 at the a baby girl born Dec. 10 at the of a new girl, William DeWitt of Bradford. Cottage Hospital. Cottage Hospital. the q OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO@ COMe & eMJovl - | i!!I :' Thursday, Dec. 23rd & 30th e e The People Will Be Stirring , Not Standing In One. ,rl DO IT AGAIN--Oxbowls eigh a al FB Talen Show, which and presented to the Upper Valley ],,st Friday, Dec. 3, was a grand success. T: For Thunder Valley Express Is Play. J' ManyA winners of the Talent Show were as follows : First Place Joanne Hardy and Astrid : Every Thursday, at 7:30 PM  And The SpMt Of Christmas i Egerod, both seniors, for their performance of "A Cleaning Maids Dream". Second place went to Christie Thurston also a senior, for her performances, in at the wnl Not Fade which, she danced to "Eye of the Tiger" and "Suicide is Painless," the theme for   eL e en M.A.S.H. Third place went to eayle Balcom, a freshman here at Oxbow, who did American Leon Home a Gymnastic Floor Routine to the song "You Don't Bring Me Flowers". Fourth nd place went to Jody Hedge, who is a Junior at Oxbow. She did a song and dance : WoodsvilJe, N.H, : Saturday, December 25th imblq routine from the movie "Annie". Fifth place went to Laurie Bruleigh who did two Christmas Night . performances, one was a Gymnastic Floor Routine to the song "Thank God l'm a :  : F Country Girl , and the second perfurmance on the uneven bars. Shown above (1- " "Thunder r) are: Astrid Egerod, Joanne Hardy, Christie Thurston, and Gayle Balcom.  n( : Wdeow g Valley ,, Walker named president leoeooeooeoeooooo8 ,,r Wednesday Fish Fry Beerbattered Fish & Chips And Salad Bar ALL YOU CAN EAT Specials Served 5 To 9 pm Every Week In Dining Room & Lounge (ExceptHol,days) 00lappff ]00our of Tabor Valley Players E. CORINTH-- At the Tabor Valley Players Annual Meeting held at Blake Memorial Library in E. Corinth recently, new officers were elected, headed by Don Walker as president. Roun- ding'out the slate were Vice President Jim Heidenreich, Secretary Beth Tiompson, Treasurer Gloria Heidenreich and Public Relations- Historian Gerry Brooks, Two elected members at large are Sue Putnam and Lou Cattani. This board will meet the second Tuesday of each month. Current president ' Connie Merritt opened the meeting with her report, which in- cluded comments on the two TVP productions for the year. She observed that A Bad Year For Tomatoes and The Deadly Game both brought new faces to the stage. She told the group that space at the Mason's Hall in E, Corinth had been procured for TVP items to be stored, and that a new sign by Alden had been hung on Nov. 9. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were read and accepted, with cash on hand amounting to $742.91 and TVP's total worth set at $1,236.51. Shirley Henry audited the books. Much discussion was held relative to a new lighting box. It was considered the top priority before next spring's production. It was voted to explore possibilities of con- tractors who might help and to spend up to $300 for this item. It was felt by the Board that TVP should continue with the current two-play season and that a member of the board, perhaps a member at large or the vice president, should serve as a community relations person. It was asked if the group thought TVP productions should be taken outside the E. Corinth-Topsham community, Much lively discussion en- sued, with pros and cons being aired The final feeling was that th'lit6r and those involved with the play should have the inputas to whether this be done. estaurall .............. Wel Rir; Vermom Roberts'Vin & Vittles The Roberts Family Of The Fairlee Diner & Roberts' Country Cookin' Is Growing With nether Newly Renovated ,( Facility In Bradford. I We Are Offering Our Complete Menu, "Home Style Cookin' Breakfast, Lunch & At Dinner With A Full Home Style Prices" Bakery And Well Stocked Lounge. Go/den C/rc/e looking for flm/ver show The Golden Circle Senior Citizens of Woodsville would be interested in joining up with Bradford or N. Haverhill in a one day trip to Boston next Spring. What they have in mind is a chartered Vermont Transit bus to attend a flower show or something like that. Indications are that the Vermont Transit clients like to attend a Saturday matinee. As price information becomes available the tour agent will keep us informed. ! CINEMA I R/CHARD PRYOR CK GLEASON \\; We Are Now Able VI & YITTLrS ,'-, ,L To Offer Complete   [CINEMA It On & Off Premises Ii m*i  I "'" Catering To Suit i n mmm ,l[Jm Your Individual  m 1 ; Party Needs. ......... a  I =,%" NO W OPEN" 6 A.M. To 9 P.M. MondayThrough Saturday m Tel. (802) 222 5228 nl MANEESDAILYDEc:Z, 9 A.M. To 7 P.M.. Sunday ! THROUGH JAN. 2ND I GRUBBY )AI" == | I  GOT 141 IN tIN4Dtt... "  " "'. H TO 14Ygl RURAL DELIVERY By DON'T YOU"] LAST l Vr--^ , NO, IT'S 1 I NOi::)DY W/M'4TS HAVE ONE/ ONE K:[,lf PvU- 1" -'v-,,,,,.,,mnt".o /L A BI(TR..EE t I SEP.? I I NAVE - DOLLARS'. ....... - TNE R,,E!. " .. I. -1 :I - 1,2--8Z IN GRANDPA'S BOY )- WI4AT ---Un' KI | aO ,, NAPOLEON By McBride and :0 TWITCH B ,6 INVITEP TO T / L, tT / YESTIIpAy I CHRIS"TA/5 PARTY[ , (( .r {{ r( \\;kw - z. IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern Umnix the letters in the boxes to form S ay  nv word. Then circle A, B or C for the cor- rect meaning (or definition). SPore yourff is follows: 4 Correct-Excellent 2 Correct-Fair 3 Correct-Good 1-0Correct-Poor in I I/ouzD  zMosrdroO - -' 1 H?Rll, I . 00l.tnl.l,l.l00 I . o , . i USTL/ RE m.  I. Howe c sr