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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-December 30, 1981 ( I 00)lal New Years' Blouses Charity Lq00tue dub news BRADFORD-- The Bradford meeting in Bradford masonic Vermont Masonic Lodge Charity No. 43 plans to be "dark" for the months of January and February. They remained open last summer to allow this to be done, Benefits in the area of fuel conservation are planned to be gained. W. M. Robert Donnelly made this an- nouncement at the last apartments. Secretary Larry O'Donnell may be contacted should any masonic business come up during this period. (Tel. 222- 4585), says lodge spokesman George Durgin. W.M. Donnelly wished all brothers a pleasant winter and is looking forward to seeing them in March, which will be the start of a busy schedule. Mt. Cube Lodge news 'ORFORD--Mt. Cube Lodge Lodge for 1982: Master, No. 10, F. & A. M. will hold a Charles Pierce of Orford; semi-public installation of its Senior Warden, David Colby 1982 officers on Sunday, Jan. 3 of Fairlee; Junior Warden, at 3:OO p.m. at the Masonic Charles Pike of Lyme; Lodge in Orford. Treasurer, George Coburn of Masons, their families and Lyme; Secretary, Lawrence friends are invited to attend. Coffin of Bradford; Senior Refreshments will be served Deacon, Maurice Roberts Jr. following the ceremony, of Orford; Junior Deacon, Installing the new officers Allan Hebb of Orford; Senior will be Seventh Masonic Steward, Lance Colby of District Deputy Grand Master Fairlee; Junior Steward, Jimmy Lafiosca and District Gerald Colby of Fairlee; Deputy Grand Lecturer Philip Marshall, Henry Colby of Allen. Fairlee; Chaplin, Douglas The following officers will Rolfe of Orford; and Tyler be irktalled for Mt. Cube Chester PierceofOrford. volmlteel00 p] " com ere U'amm00 course WOODSVILLE-- Six mere .... . . , under the supervmlon of David bers of the Cottage ttospitaJ Frechette, M.D. Volunteer Ambulance Corps Memhpr nf th Cnttao recently completed an ,,"--'-'7v', - -" :'-. v:_,v . rospJ[al volunteer Advanced Life Support class Ambulance Cnrn wh, which qualifies them to insert .__::_____:_.:,. Tv..r..: _ -.v . cumptetea [ms [raining are: an esophageal obturator Peter Gould of Woodsville; airway on a patient under the order of a physician. Esophageal obturator airways are used on cardiac and respiratory arrest patients. Tom Ross, Emergency Medical Technician, of Lit- tleton, was the instructor Donald and Susan Stapelfeld of Wells River; Alan Shortt of Warren; Barbara Frost of Wells River; and Thomas Estill of Haverhill Corners. Very strict regulations are enforced, requiring am- bulance attendants to become recertified every four months to use the obtura tor device Scheduled for the first of the new year is another Advanced Life Support class to be of- fered to eligible ambulance attendants for the use of Mast Trousers. These are used on patients who require stabilization from shock. Today, two-thirds of this nation still fall short of providing lifesaving, coor- dinated care for its critically ill and injured through an emergency medical services system, says a hospital spokesman. The communities serviced by the Cottage Hospital Volunteer saving training it offers it's members. The backbone of the Cottage Hospital Volun- teer Ambulance Service is composed of those laypersons and professionals in the community who work at making the system responsive 24 hours a day, seven days a week. City folk and country kin get our sunny wishes for a New Year of blue skies. We look forward to happy days.., and the good fortune of continuing friendships. I I _ I Jill Ill I I Ilil ] II I II Ill] i I I I IllU! I lUll Chrbtmas at Cottage Hospital NORTH COUNTRY BOARD OF REALTORS DONATE-- A $50 check was presented to Cottage Hospital for the purpose of beautifying the grounds of the hospital. The annual donation of the Realtor group was presented by (i-to-r) Alan Rutherford of North Haverhill, and Susan Hoyt of Golden and Covey, Woodsville. BURNDY EMPLOYEES DONATE--- A $500 check was presented to Cottage Hospital to purchase new equipment. The money was donated by 110 employees at Burndy Corporation in North Haverhill. Shown above (left-to-right) Jacqueline McKay, personnel representative, Edward A, Loranger, administrator of Cottage Hospital and Ray Snow, plant manager of Burndy. Community group present "cold facts" Central Vermont Corn- program. It consists of the people over 60 (at. least 10 munity Action Council (CV- delivery of energy-related CAC) is again sponsoring the services to high-risk elderly whose thermo- preventative Personal Energy and training to those in the Program (PEP) which community who have the presents the cold facts about opportunity to identify the accidental hypothermia to the high-risk population. elderly ofCentralVermont. Those who would be con- PEP is a two-pronged sidered high risk are many BEST OF PRESS Expert A Gossip: One who can give you all the details without :o;: knowing any of the facts. -Times, Orangeburg, S.C.  , INTERESTING FACT The saxophone was invented by Adolphe Sax in the year 1846. TASKER'S WELL We Need Your Business! OwJwbe00 # 603-942-8173 603-942-5581 I NORTHWOOD, N.H. II I J WHAT IS AN IRA? IRA stands for Individual Retirement Account, a tax-deferred retirement plan that allows an individual, beginning Jan. 1, 1982, to save up to $2,000 per year ($2,250 if spouse is unemployed) Annual deposits are deducted from each year's taxable income. Withdrawals on the IRA may begin at age 59Y, at which time a tax is levied on amounts withdrawn. For full details, come in and talk with the people at the Woodsvifle, Piermont, Warren and Monroe banking center -- Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank. UP WITH PEOPLE Following a Nov. 12 per- formance of the international entertainment group "Up With People" at the Oxbow lligh School gym- nasium in Bradford, two of this area's young people have decided to join the group. Reported to be joining the "Up With People" group are (left) Douglas Linell of Bradford and Allison Brierly, an AFS foreign ex- change student from Ngongotaha, New Zealand. Brierly is currently staying with the Byron Tomlinson family in Bradford while she is attending Oxbow High School. 47.0-0540 Joe LoSchiavo SALES REPRESENTATIVE 222-9331 HOULE DATSUN-VOLVO 181 SOUTH MAiN ST. NEW & USED CARS BARRE, VERMONT 05641 percent of the senior population) regulatory systems do not function adequately. It becomes difficult for those Ople to keep normal body peratures in cold or even cool indoor temperatures of 68 degrees F, according to a PEP spokesman. Once a person's tem- perature begins to drop below 95 degrees Fahrenheit, there is a risk to internal organs, a possibility of the worsening of pre-existing medical con- ditions and a very real possibility of death, according to Mimi Hoyt, a spokesman for CVCAC. PEP determines priority for services based on social clues which indicate who might be at risk. These include: Living alone (isolation); low income or lack of savings; sub- standard housing; inadequate nutrition and chronic con- ditious such as arthritis which increase to chance of night- time accidents, said Hoyt. Hoyt said medical risk factors include dizziness, use of medications used to treat depression or anxiety, con- ditions which blunt the body's response to the eold such as stroke, head injuries, paralysis, arteriosclerosis, coronary thrombosis and alcoholism. The second prong of the program is educational. The PEP staff will be visiting nursing homes, hospitals, senior centers and social service organizations to provide training on the identification of accidental hypothermia. According to Hoyt, "There is no documentation of how many elderly Vermonters have suffered hospitalization, or even death, because of the direct or indirect effects of hypethermia. The goal of PEP will be to prevent these health problems before they can develop. Both the Central Vermont Council on Aging and RSVP are represented on the PEP advisory committee and we hope to enlist the support of all service groups for the elderly in eaching the high risk Central Vermonters who most need our services." Persons who are at risk of hypothermia, or who know someone who might be at risk, should contact PEP at CVCAC toll free 1-8OO-622-4495, said Hoyt. INTERESTING FACT The building on the back of a nickel is Monticello, home of Thomas Jefferson. 007oodsviLle "00uarant9 00avings 5Bank CLEANERS r WoodsvilletPiermontlWarrenl & Monroe, N.H. Your complete clothing core center Gayle Darling, Teller For pick-up and delivery service Phone 444-2742 Call collect. SEARS ROEBUCK. Woodsville, N,H. PIKE STORE, Pike, N.H, McLAM'$ STORE, E. Corinth, t. FAIRLEE GENERAL, Foirlee, VS. ORFOROVILLE STORE, Orfordvilb, N.H. BATH VARIETY STORE, Both, N.H. GROTON GENERAL STORE, Groton, Vt. SOUTH RYEGATESTORE, SouthRyegote, Vt. WESTERN AUTO STORE, Bradford, Vt. AARP Christmas N. HAVERHILL-- The N. to a happy close and Haverhill AARP held its everyone with a gift to annual Christmas Party at home. Much credit Chalet Schaffer on Thursday Vernona Wallace and evening, Dec. 17. Forty Smith who made members and guests gathered conducted the games. in the banquet room to enjoy the fun. After a social hour, dining partners were chosen by matching cut Christmas INTERESTING pictffres. Some people say the A delicious dinner was retains in its depths served by the restaurant staff, rainbow tints of A hilarious game of "White forest fires. Elephant" brought the party 00VA00UUM ANER | 4 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Cell Joe DePalo 1-603.448-3787 SALFS & SERVtCE SAGS a SUPPLIES. it is again time for evel'yone a Happy New land t (ing lc 'o slat Taylor-Palmer Agency is a b BRADFORD, VERMONT [ I ES ,A nl wi .VOU !and en : ,elec W: Vii Gove & Bancroft Ph NEW YEAR $ #,, brand Ne# with thanks for your loyal Best wishes for a year full S. F. Mc ALLIsTER Quality Jewelers Since 1923 Phone FI Page 6-The Journal Opinion-December 30, 1981 ( I 00)lal New Years' Blouses Charity Lq00tue dub news BRADFORD-- The Bradford meeting in Bradford masonic Vermont Masonic Lodge Charity No. 43 plans to be "dark" for the months of January and February. They remained open last summer to allow this to be done, Benefits in the area of fuel conservation are planned to be gained. W. M. Robert Donnelly made this an- nouncement at the last apartments. Secretary Larry O'Donnell may be contacted should any masonic business come up during this period. (Tel. 222- 4585), says lodge spokesman George Durgin. W.M. Donnelly wished all brothers a pleasant winter and is looking forward to seeing them in March, which will be the start of a busy schedule. Mt. Cube Lodge news 'ORFORD--Mt. Cube Lodge Lodge for 1982: Master, No. 10, F. & A. M. will hold a Charles Pierce of Orford; semi-public installation of its Senior Warden, David Colby 1982 officers on Sunday, Jan. 3 of Fairlee; Junior Warden, at 3:OO p.m. at the Masonic Charles Pike of Lyme; Lodge in Orford. Treasurer, George Coburn of Masons, their families and Lyme; Secretary, Lawrence friends are invited to attend. Coffin of Bradford; Senior Refreshments will be served Deacon, Maurice Roberts Jr. following the ceremony, of Orford; Junior Deacon, Installing the new officers Allan Hebb of Orford; Senior will be Seventh Masonic Steward, Lance Colby of District Deputy Grand Master Fairlee; Junior Steward, Jimmy Lafiosca and District Gerald Colby of Fairlee; Deputy Grand Lecturer Philip Marshall, Henry Colby of Allen. Fairlee; Chaplin, Douglas The following officers will Rolfe of Orford; and Tyler be irktalled for Mt. Cube Chester PierceofOrford. volmlteel00 p] " com ere U'amm00 course WOODSVILLE-- Six mere .... . . , under the supervmlon of David bers of the Cottage ttospitaJ Frechette, M.D. Volunteer Ambulance Corps Memhpr nf th Cnttao recently completed an ,,"--'-'7v', - -" :'-. v:_,v . rospJ[al volunteer Advanced Life Support class Ambulance Cnrn wh, which qualifies them to insert .__::_____:_.:,. Tv..r..: _ -.v . cumptetea [ms [raining are: an esophageal obturator Peter Gould of Woodsville; airway on a patient under the order of a physician. Esophageal obturator airways are used on cardiac and respiratory arrest patients. Tom Ross, Emergency Medical Technician, of Lit- tleton, was the instructor Donald and Susan Stapelfeld of Wells River; Alan Shortt of Warren; Barbara Frost of Wells River; and Thomas Estill of Haverhill Corners. Very strict regulations are enforced, requiring am- bulance attendants to become recertified every four months to use the obtura tor device Scheduled for the first of the new year is another Advanced Life Support class to be of- fered to eligible ambulance attendants for the use of Mast Trousers. These are used on patients who require stabilization from shock. Today, two-thirds of this nation still fall short of providing lifesaving, coor- dinated care for its critically ill and injured through an emergency medical services system, says a hospital spokesman. The communities serviced by the Cottage Hospital Volunteer saving training it offers it's members. The backbone of the Cottage Hospital Volun- teer Ambulance Service is composed of those laypersons and professionals in the community who work at making the system responsive 24 hours a day, seven days a week. City folk and country kin get our sunny wishes for a New Year of blue skies. We look forward to happy days.., and the good fortune of continuing friendships. I I _ I Jill Ill I I Ilil ] II I II Ill] i I I I IllU! I lUll Chrbtmas at Cottage Hospital NORTH COUNTRY BOARD OF REALTORS DONATE-- A $50 check was presented to Cottage Hospital for the purpose of beautifying the grounds of the hospital. The annual donation of the Realtor group was presented by (i-to-r) Alan Rutherford of North Haverhill, and Susan Hoyt of Golden and Covey, Woodsville. BURNDY EMPLOYEES DONATE--- A $500 check was presented to Cottage Hospital to purchase new equipment. The money was donated by 110 employees at Burndy Corporation in North Haverhill. Shown above (left-to-right) Jacqueline McKay, personnel representative, Edward A, Loranger, administrator of Cottage Hospital and Ray Snow, plant manager of Burndy. Community group present "cold facts" Central Vermont Corn- program. It consists of the people over 60 (at. least 10 munity Action Council (CV- delivery of energy-related CAC) is again sponsoring the services to high-risk elderly whose thermo- preventative Personal Energy and training to those in the Program (PEP) which community who have the presents the cold facts about opportunity to identify the accidental hypothermia to the high-risk population. elderly ofCentralVermont. Those who would be con- PEP is a two-pronged sidered high risk are many BEST OF PRESS Expert A Gossip: One who can give you all the details without :o;: knowing any of the facts. -Times, Orangeburg, S.C.  , INTERESTING FACT The saxophone was invented by Adolphe Sax in the year 1846. TASKER'S WELL We Need Your Business! OwJwbe00 # 603-942-8173 603-942-5581 I NORTHWOOD, N.H. II I J WHAT IS AN IRA? IRA stands for Individual Retirement Account, a tax-deferred retirement plan that allows an individual, beginning Jan. 1, 1982, to save up to $2,000 per year ($2,250 if spouse is unemployed) Annual deposits are deducted from each year's taxable income. Withdrawals on the IRA may begin at age 59Y, at which time a tax is levied on amounts withdrawn. For full details, come in and talk with the people at the Woodsvifle, Piermont, Warren and Monroe banking center -- Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank. UP WITH PEOPLE Following a Nov. 12 per- formance of the international entertainment group "Up With People" at the Oxbow lligh School gym- nasium in Bradford, two of this area's young people have decided to join the group. Reported to be joining the "Up With People" group are (left) Douglas Linell of Bradford and Allison Brierly, an AFS foreign ex- change student from Ngongotaha, New Zealand. Brierly is currently staying with the Byron Tomlinson family in Bradford while she is attending Oxbow High School. 47.0-0540 Joe LoSchiavo SALES REPRESENTATIVE 222-9331 HOULE DATSUN-VOLVO 181 SOUTH MAiN ST. NEW & USED CARS BARRE, VERMONT 05641 percent of the senior population) regulatory systems do not function adequately. It becomes difficult for those Ople to keep normal body peratures in cold or even cool indoor temperatures of 68 degrees F, according to a PEP spokesman. Once a person's tem- perature begins to drop below 95 degrees Fahrenheit, there is a risk to internal organs, a possibility of the worsening of pre-existing medical con- ditions and a very real possibility of death, according to Mimi Hoyt, a spokesman for CVCAC. PEP determines priority for services based on social clues which indicate who might be at risk. These include: Living alone (isolation); low income or lack of savings; sub- standard housing; inadequate nutrition and chronic con- ditious such as arthritis which increase to chance of night- time accidents, said Hoyt. Hoyt said medical risk factors include dizziness, use of medications used to treat depression or anxiety, con- ditions which blunt the body's response to the eold such as stroke, head injuries, paralysis, arteriosclerosis, coronary thrombosis and alcoholism. The second prong of the program is educational. The PEP staff will be visiting nursing homes, hospitals, senior centers and social service organizations to provide training on the identification of accidental hypothermia. According to Hoyt, "There is no documentation of how many elderly Vermonters have suffered hospitalization, or even death, because of the direct or indirect effects of hypethermia. The goal of PEP will be to prevent these health problems before they can develop. Both the Central Vermont Council on Aging and RSVP are represented on the PEP advisory committee and we hope to enlist the support of all service groups for the elderly in eaching the high risk Central Vermonters who most need our services." Persons who are at risk of hypothermia, or who know someone who might be at risk, should contact PEP at CVCAC toll free 1-8OO-622-4495, said Hoyt. INTERESTING FACT The building on the back of a nickel is Monticello, home of Thomas Jefferson. 007oodsviLle "00uarant9 00avings 5Bank CLEANERS r WoodsvilletPiermontlWarrenl & Monroe, N.H. Your complete clothing core center Gayle Darling, Teller For pick-up and delivery service Phone 444-2742 Call collect. SEARS ROEBUCK. Woodsville, N,H. PIKE STORE, Pike, N.H, McLAM'$ STORE, E. Corinth, t. FAIRLEE GENERAL, Foirlee, VS. ORFOROVILLE STORE, Orfordvilb, N.H. BATH VARIETY STORE, Both, N.H. GROTON GENERAL STORE, Groton, Vt. SOUTH RYEGATESTORE, SouthRyegote, Vt. WESTERN AUTO STORE, Bradford, Vt. AARP Christmas N. HAVERHILL-- The N. to a happy close and Haverhill AARP held its everyone with a gift to annual Christmas Party at home. Much credit Chalet Schaffer on Thursday Vernona Wallace and evening, Dec. 17. Forty Smith who made members and guests gathered conducted the games. in the banquet room to enjoy the fun. After a social hour, dining partners were chosen by matching cut Christmas INTERESTING pictffres. Some people say the A delicious dinner was retains in its depths served by the restaurant staff, rainbow tints of A hilarious game of "White forest fires. Elephant" brought the party 00VA00UUM ANER | 4 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Cell Joe DePalo 1-603.448-3787 SALFS & SERVtCE SAGS a SUPPLIES. it is again time for evel'yone a Happy New land t (ing lc 'o slat Taylor-Palmer Agency is a b BRADFORD, VERMONT [ I ES ,A nl wi .VOU !and en : ,elec W: Vii Gove & Bancroft Ph NEW YEAR $ #,, brand Ne# with thanks for your loyal Best wishes for a year full S. F. Mc ALLIsTER Quality Jewelers Since 1923 Phone FI