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December 20, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 FACT INTERESTING FACT INTERESTING FACT per capita Holly, which was first hung The Christmas card-sending of soap in the in the windows of English record, it is believed, is held is about forty homes at Yuletide, has long by Werner Erhard of been a symbol of well-being. California, who, in 1975, sent 62,824. This Christmas Give "n Somethz g NEWSY! " Mli mill n n   •nmlu ummmlm  u  nil n  ilia mmm U mm u  mm GIVE A GIFT SUBSCRIPTION TO THE JOURNAL OPINION RImilm  u nlumm u mm nm i  lit lint n m m imm m iuml  u mmt i mml i mlml iml i a special gift this Christmas ! Give a special gift that keeps on • .. all year round. ge of our special gift offer and take $2.00 off the usual price for a 12-month period. Usually $9.00 -- SAVE P.O. BOX 378 -- BRADFORD, VT. 05033 What a great way to say Merry Christmas, 52 times. SUBSCRIPTION RATES [,=.m.= .......... ==st for 52 weeks of the Journal right to your marl box $2.00 (In Vermont and New .Yes ... I want to I I I Nome I I I | Address I [:,o_.= ..... s_,o:___ z,_J give something NEWSYi Cheek this r ................ "I SPECIAL I Norne I Weeks of the Journal Opinion m m to your door, A PERFECT i Address m J ..................... $13.00 l l |Town State Zip m mn mqls IMJ imm =mll iN nmla, i1 mmm  ml w  d mssU This Special Offer for NEW subscribers only ! me by DAVID PATTEN 00TATiON Y v & SANDY BOYCE As we get closer and closer were required to display to Christmas Vacation, something at the fair dealing Woodsville High School is still with energy. The students very busy. On Saturday, Dec. worked very hard at this and a 11 the Science classes held an variety of interesting topics. Energy Fair. Mr. Cobb's and On Friday, Dec. 10, the Mr. Walker's science classes band, art, and the Junior THERE IS AN ALTERNATIVEI ' For Innovative Banking With A "Personal" Touch MEMBER OF, '° The Caledonia National Bank. Danville, VT. (Est: 1825) CALL GRAHAM BLAKE 802-222-5569 *Your Grill Deserves A Gift Too... 20 Lb. GAS .,*! CYLINDERS ** 25" * * .-X- '- **i -X- BRADFORD VERMONT 222-9387 • Corner Rts. 5 & 2.5 = 787-6391 English classes took a trip to Boston. There they visited the Boston Museum, Gardner Museum, Symphony Hall, Fanvel Hall, and Quincy Market. On Monday, Dec. 13 Woodsville Band and Chorus put on its Annual Christmas Concert. Residents from Glencliff, New Hampshire Home For the Elderly were welcome guests. On Friday, Dec. 17 the Class of 86 (Freshman) will be holding a Food Sale at Ames in N. Haverhill. The Food Sale will begin at 3"30 p.m. and go until 7 p.m. On Saturday, Dec. 18, the Senior Class will be spon- soring an Indoor Flea Market at the Woodsville Community Building. Sports at WHS For sports at W.H.S. the girls' basketball teams traveled to Lakes Region on Dec. 7 to play but did not come home with a win. Both the J.V. and the Varsity lost. This was the first time we ever played them and We found them to he a tough match. The varsity score was 35-58. High scorer for Woodsville was Sandra Boyce with 13 points. On Friday of that week, on Dec. 10, we went across the river to play Blue Mountain. We lost again by a score of 38- 55. Greta Briggeman was high scorer for WoodsviUe with 11 points. On Dec. 8 the boys' basketball teams traveled to Lakes Region. The J.V. Boys won by a score of 61-44 now giving them a record of 24); the varsity team also won by a score of 80-50. High scorer for Woodsville was David Patten with 20 points. I II LUNCH MENU  I BLUE MOUNTAIN UNION LUNCH MENU From Dec. 20 to 22: Monday-- Hot turkey sandwich, squash, ginger- bread & topping, milk. Tuesday-- Hot Dog in bun, green beans, fruit Betty Bars, milk. Wednesday-- Kangaroos, potato chips, fresh fruit, milk. MERRY CtlRISTMAS TO ALL -- HAPPY NEW YEAR & HAPPY VACATION: ! INTERESTING FACT Some people believe that a girl who is kissed under the holiday mistletoe will marry within the year -- provided that she allow her love only as many kisses as there are berries on the mistletoe. QUOTE "He is rich who owes nothing." Hungarian Proverb CHRISTMAS - GIFT IDEAS o Coins • Rings • Stamps • Diamonds • Antique Jewelry • Gold Chains • Pocket Watches • Krugerrands • Maple Leafs • Metal Detectors • Coin/Stamp Supplies OR Gift Certificates We purchase the above items as well as Coin and Stamp Collections COINS & TREASURES Colonial Plaza W. Lebanon 298-5765 Hrs: 10 to 6 Mon. to Sat, 'til Christmas Wells River Savings Ba ak Member FDIC JUST-IN CHRISTMAS 3 lbs. Ground Chuck 3 tbs. Boneless Pot Roast 3 lbs. Stewing Beef 3 lbs. London Broil Steak 3 lbs. Cube Steak 15 OF 6 Ibs. Split Fryers POULTRy ""'""**- 6 ibs. Whole Fryer s 6 ibs. Quartered Parts 36 ibs. for 3 lbs. Chicken Legs 3 Ibs. Chicken Breast 3 lbs. Chicken Thighs 3 lbs. Chicken Drumsticks AIh  BOX Ot pOBK Ib6. for 99 3-4 lbs. Sirloin Pork Roast 3 lbs. Center Cut Pork Chops 3 lbs. Pork Bag Sausage 6.7 Ibs. Smoked Shoulder 2 lbs. Boiled Ham 2 lbs. Sliced Bacon 1 lb. Center Ham Slice 11"[0 BOX 6-7 lbs. Smoked Shoulder 3 lbs. Split Fryer 2 ibs. Ground Chuck 1 lb. Stew Beef 3 lbs. Boneless Pot Roast 1 lb. Boneless Chuck Steak "".'or $2| W STOCK UP NOW IN A FREEZER-READY ASSORTMEHT AND SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! I 0UR ENTIRE i FREEZER BOX4#,,,, ! / i i / LMPs :m:s i / , i ,0FF! '----'-"-"'------------- J J FOR CHRISTMAS' -=,. -- ); Jl00q,P ]i JhZ, Store [ .,,o'U::;:v.:?ao. m'm IIIIIAIII,I. IIOAII NSRlrN ,AVlIJNIKL, NI" December 20, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 FACT INTERESTING FACT INTERESTING FACT per capita Holly, which was first hung The Christmas card-sending of soap in the in the windows of English record, it is believed, is held is about forty homes at Yuletide, has long by Werner Erhard of been a symbol of well-being. California, who, in 1975, sent 62,824. This Christmas Give "n Somethz g NEWSY! " Mli mill n n   •nmlu ummmlm  u  nil n  ilia mmm U mm u  mm GIVE A GIFT SUBSCRIPTION TO THE JOURNAL OPINION RImilm  u nlumm u mm nm i  lit lint n m m imm m iuml  u mmt i mml i mlml iml i a special gift this Christmas ! Give a special gift that keeps on • .. all year round. ge of our special gift offer and take $2.00 off the usual price for a 12-month period. Usually $9.00 -- SAVE P.O. BOX 378 -- BRADFORD, VT. 05033 What a great way to say Merry Christmas, 52 times. SUBSCRIPTION RATES [,=.m.= .......... ==st for 52 weeks of the Journal right to your marl box $2.00 (In Vermont and New .Yes ... I want to I I I Nome I I I | Address I [:,o_.= ..... s_,o:___ z,_J give something NEWSYi Cheek this r ................ "I SPECIAL I Norne I Weeks of the Journal Opinion m m to your door, A PERFECT i Address m J ..................... $13.00 l l |Town State Zip m mn mqls IMJ imm =mll iN nmla, i1 mmm  ml w  d mssU This Special Offer for NEW subscribers only ! me by DAVID PATTEN 00TATiON Y v & SANDY BOYCE As we get closer and closer were required to display to Christmas Vacation, something at the fair dealing Woodsville High School is still with energy. The students very busy. On Saturday, Dec. worked very hard at this and a 11 the Science classes held an variety of interesting topics. Energy Fair. Mr. Cobb's and On Friday, Dec. 10, the Mr. Walker's science classes band, art, and the Junior THERE IS AN ALTERNATIVEI ' For Innovative Banking With A "Personal" Touch MEMBER OF, '° The Caledonia National Bank. Danville, VT. (Est: 1825) CALL GRAHAM BLAKE 802-222-5569 *Your Grill Deserves A Gift Too... 20 Lb. GAS .,*! CYLINDERS ** 25" * * .-X- '- **i -X- BRADFORD VERMONT 222-9387 • Corner Rts. 5 & 2.5 = 787-6391 English classes took a trip to Boston. There they visited the Boston Museum, Gardner Museum, Symphony Hall, Fanvel Hall, and Quincy Market. On Monday, Dec. 13 Woodsville Band and Chorus put on its Annual Christmas Concert. Residents from Glencliff, New Hampshire Home For the Elderly were welcome guests. On Friday, Dec. 17 the Class of 86 (Freshman) will be holding a Food Sale at Ames in N. Haverhill. The Food Sale will begin at 3"30 p.m. and go until 7 p.m. On Saturday, Dec. 18, the Senior Class will be spon- soring an Indoor Flea Market at the Woodsville Community Building. Sports at WHS For sports at W.H.S. the girls' basketball teams traveled to Lakes Region on Dec. 7 to play but did not come home with a win. Both the J.V. and the Varsity lost. This was the first time we ever played them and We found them to he a tough match. The varsity score was 35-58. High scorer for Woodsville was Sandra Boyce with 13 points. On Friday of that week, on Dec. 10, we went across the river to play Blue Mountain. We lost again by a score of 38- 55. Greta Briggeman was high scorer for WoodsviUe with 11 points. On Dec. 8 the boys' basketball teams traveled to Lakes Region. The J.V. Boys won by a score of 61-44 now giving them a record of 24); the varsity team also won by a score of 80-50. High scorer for Woodsville was David Patten with 20 points. I II LUNCH MENU  I BLUE MOUNTAIN UNION LUNCH MENU From Dec. 20 to 22: Monday-- Hot turkey sandwich, squash, ginger- bread & topping, milk. Tuesday-- Hot Dog in bun, green beans, fruit Betty Bars, milk. Wednesday-- Kangaroos, potato chips, fresh fruit, milk. MERRY CtlRISTMAS TO ALL -- HAPPY NEW YEAR & HAPPY VACATION: ! INTERESTING FACT Some people believe that a girl who is kissed under the holiday mistletoe will marry within the year -- provided that she allow her love only as many kisses as there are berries on the mistletoe. QUOTE "He is rich who owes nothing." Hungarian Proverb CHRISTMAS - GIFT IDEAS o Coins • Rings • Stamps • Diamonds • Antique Jewelry • Gold Chains • Pocket Watches • Krugerrands • Maple Leafs • Metal Detectors • Coin/Stamp Supplies OR Gift Certificates We purchase the above items as well as Coin and Stamp Collections COINS & TREASURES Colonial Plaza W. Lebanon 298-5765 Hrs: 10 to 6 Mon. to Sat, 'til Christmas Wells River Savings Ba ak Member FDIC JUST-IN CHRISTMAS 3 lbs. Ground Chuck 3 tbs. Boneless Pot Roast 3 lbs. Stewing Beef 3 lbs. London Broil Steak 3 lbs. Cube Steak 15 OF 6 Ibs. Split Fryers POULTRy ""'""**- 6 ibs. Whole Fryer s 6 ibs. Quartered Parts 36 ibs. for 3 lbs. Chicken Legs 3 Ibs. Chicken Breast 3 lbs. Chicken Thighs 3 lbs. Chicken Drumsticks AIh  BOX Ot pOBK Ib6. for 99 3-4 lbs. Sirloin Pork Roast 3 lbs. Center Cut Pork Chops 3 lbs. Pork Bag Sausage 6.7 Ibs. Smoked Shoulder 2 lbs. Boiled Ham 2 lbs. Sliced Bacon 1 lb. Center Ham Slice 11"[0 BOX 6-7 lbs. Smoked Shoulder 3 lbs. Split Fryer 2 ibs. Ground Chuck 1 lb. Stew Beef 3 lbs. Boneless Pot Roast 1 lb. Boneless Chuck Steak "".'or $2| W STOCK UP NOW IN A FREEZER-READY ASSORTMEHT AND SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! I 0UR ENTIRE i FREEZER BOX4#,,,, ! / i i / LMPs :m:s i / , i ,0FF! '----'-"-"'------------- J J FOR CHRISTMAS' -=,. -- ); Jl00q,P ]i JhZ, Store [ .,,o'U::;:v.:?ao. m'm IIIIIAIII,I. IIOAII NSRlrN ,AVlIJNIKL, NI"