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December 30, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 Thoughts on the ut-of-Doors by Gary W, Moor IIUNTER TAKES RECORD : - BEAR WITII MUZZI,EI,OAI)Ei{ one shot. It had to be good. Richard Rubacka of tlampshire killed a 3./9 pound black bear with his and sol a new state record, ltis hear exceeds record set in 1968 by sixteen pounds. had been out hunting deer with his black powder Dorchester oil November 8 when he heard a noise hint. The bear turned and walked toward him so gave it his best. the smoke cleared he was in for a surprise, the hear down. it was standing upright with its mouth wide legs flailing the air. l{emember that Rubacka y oneshot. CHAINSAW COMPETITION-- One of the events of ily the bear reared back and then ambled away. the FFA district meet held at the Union No. 32 school followed the hear to a blowdown and then decided risk stumbling on to the wounded hear as darkness in Montpelier, on Dec. 4. Returning the next morning he found the bear FFA district meet held at Union 32 he had shot it. SALMON UNLIMITEI) GIVES GIFT TO FISll AND GAME Unlimited presented two gifts to the New Hamp- and Game Department as a token of their ap- efforts made to return salmon to the state. net was given to aid in the capture of coho salmon return from the ocean. The fish are then taken to Ord ltatchery where they are kept for brood stock. gift was liquid nitrogen which is used to brand n I ore they are released into the rivers. MOOSE SUFFER ON lllGIIWAYS ampshire records show that sixty-three moose have by cars since 1970. Add to that the number that later die and the total climbs. I'o cow nmose weighing 300 and 400 pounds were collisions with motorcycles. In both cases the survived, but were severely injured and found VERMt)NT TR ,I'PERS TAKE NOTE to set aps o land after December 31. The law may not set a trp between December 31 and the . fourth Salurday in October unless the trap is set in underJhe ice or on a float in the water. shall not set a body gripping trap with a jaw eight inches unless the trap is set five feet or the ground or in the water. This is to protect hunting dogs from being hurt. FISIIWAY CONSTRUCTION fishway at Bellows Falls will begin by May and should be operational by 1984. The ladders at be started by May 1. 1984 and are scheduled for 1986. were designed to handle salmon and can not rge numbers of shad. As Bellows Falls was the range of shad the design did not call for the extra to build fishways with the capacity of those JOINT MEETING TO BE IIELD will become an annual occurrence is scheduled ary 20 at the Sheraton Inn in West Lebanon, New The New tlampshire Fish and Game Corn- and the Vermont Fish and Game Board will hold a discuss mutual concerns. states have a lot in common and share a long tha! is a vital resource. Cooperation between the benefit to all. BESTWISIIES FOR TIlE NEW YEAR. nly wife and faithful critic and proofreader, and I each of you the very best for the new year. We I you can continue to have pleasure in our great and enjoy and appreciate the environment we have. actions think of the fulure generations and whal for them. We(Inesday, Dec. 30 p.m. I; Selectmen. 8:00 p.m. Monday, Jan. 4 ltaverhiil Selectmen, 7:t) p.m. tlIILL: Grafton ('ounty Commissioners, 10:00 a.m. linen, 8:00 pro. Tuesday, Jan. 5 II): School Board. 7:30 p.m. Precinct Commissioners, 7:30 p.m. p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 6 Village Trustees, 7:30 p.m. et :0o p.m. p.m. School Board, IO:0O a.m. INTERESTING FACT The largest diamond ever , did you found was the 1% pound fur coat Cullinan diamond, unearthed young lady in in South Africa in 1905. tc day? I'm afraid I dozing most of NOTES & COMMENTS Hardly any church needs a lot of any particular individual, but there are few individuals who you to go to do not need a church. MONTPEI,IER-- The following are the final results of the Future Farmers of America (FFA) district meet held at the Union No. 32 school on Dec. 4. BALE TIIROWING Points I. David Tuller U-32 25 2. James (;allison U-32 20 3. Brian Wood lla rtford 15 4. Todd ()liver Oxbow tO 5. l)an Gilson Oxbow 5 5. Randy Ferris Central Vermont 5 5. Clayton l,uce Hartford 5 2-MAN CROSSCUT I. Da rid Tuller U-32 25 2. Todd Dessureau U-32 20 3. John Wurtz Thetford 15 4. Todd Bragg Thetford l0 5. Farnham U-32 5 5. Collins U-32 5 CREED SPEAKING I. Damon Mulligan Central Vermont 25 2. Steve Murry BMU 20 3. Todd Mullen Chelsea 15 4. Jack Monihan Oxbow 10 CHAINSAW EVENTS Small I. Stuart llunt Thetford 2;. 2. Earl Robinson Thetford 20 3. Danny Roberts . Thetfonk 15 4. Ordway Oxbow l0 5. Perry Oxbow 5 Medium 1. Emerson Oxbow 25 2. Schertz Oxbow 20 3. Massml llartford 15 4. Gilson Oxbow I0 5. Spaug llartford 5 Large I. Dick Johnson Thetford 25 2. French Oxbow 20 3. Chuck Thorburn Thetford 15 4. llawkins U-32 10 5. Sprang Hartford 5 SMAI,L ENGINES U -32 U-32 llartford tst (;allison 25 Ist Ilawkins 20 2nd l,uce 15 2nd Punt  Harffor4 ..... IO 3rd Keith Wolsten Iiolme Thetforfl" 5 3rd Alan Wihnot Thetford 5 TOTAL PO i NTS BY SCllOOL I. U-32 ................................................. 155 2. Thet ford ............................................. 145 3. Oxbow ............................................... 115 4 llartford .............................................. 65 5. Randolph ........................................... 30 6. Blue Mountain Union .................................. 20 7. Chelsea .............................................. 15 Marketin00 to be focus of county maple meetin00 CHELSEA--Marketing and promotion of Maple will be emphasized at this year's series of county maple meetings, according to Gordon Farr, Orange County Extension Service agent. The Orange County maple meeting will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 6 at the United Church, Chelsea, Vt. At 10:30, Everett Willard, Vermont Department of Agriculture, will discuss "Syrup Quality Control". "What About Maple Tubing?" will be handled by Malcolm Franz, Chief of State Land Management, Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation. The last topic during the forenoon session will be "Techniques of Mer- chandising Maple", Nell Pelsue, Ag & Resource Economics Department, UVM. United Church Dinner An "All You Can Eat" casserole dinner will be served at noon by the Service Guild of the Church. Tickets will be on sale at the meeting. Following the dinner, the annual meeting of the Orange County Sugar Makers Association will be held. Two trustees will be elected for three-year terms. At 1:30 Bill Clark, President of the Ver- mont Sugar Makers Association will discuss "The Present Market Situation -- Supply Demand" and also "International Maple Syrup Institute Activities". Everyone will have their pencils and notebooks ready at 2:15 when Everett Willard, Vermont Department of Agriculture, will bring the group up-to-date on "Proposed Maple Law and Regulation Changes", sail Parr. David Marvin, Johnson, Vt., will be on hand to review "The Activities of the Vermont Maple Promotion Board". A general question and answer period will then be held in which all participants may have their questions answered from the speakers, said Parr. The meeting will close at 3:00. Anyone in- terested in maple is invited and urged to attend on Jan. 6. Local heart attack victims sought for cholesterol study One-time heart attack urged to contact the Little Oxbow Bradford Youth Sports 4-H news b-ball season opens by DANNY KEITH BRADFORD--The Bradford N. HAVERHILL--At our Youth Sports' fifth and sixth November meeting, we grade basketball team opened elected officers; President -- their season by defeating Robert DeRosia; Vice Norwich 34 to20. President -- Jeff Page; Last year Norwich beat Secretary -- Craig Roy; Bradford twice, and was the Treasurer -- Bret Lane; best team Bradford faced, Reporter and historian -- saidcoach Mark Harris. Danny Keith. Coaches Larry French and At our December meeting Mark Harris both were we selected a Christmas party pleased, but stressed that the Committee which consists of: young players need to con- Craig Roy, Tommy Keith, centrate more and work Shawn Lane, John and harder on defense. Guards Jeremy Brooks, and Francis Jade Huntington, Gene Stoddard. Pushee, Todd Tomlinson, and We also made Christmas Danny Echman did well in the cards to send to the Grafton backcourt while A.J. For- County Home. The club is ward, Scott Sleeper, Sean having a Christmas fudge and French, and Ralph Messenger cookie sale at Ames Depar- played nicely in front court tment Store in N. Haverhill on positions. Dec. 19atl0:00a.m. The teams' next game is Please come and support scheduled for Jan. 9 against our club. Norwich again. Navy. nursin00 positions to open BOSTON--The Navy is now accepting applications from Bachelor of Science (BSN) and Diploma Nurses for positions that will become available after Jan. 1, 1982. According to Lieutenant Christine Abelein, (LT) Nurse Programs Manager for the New England area, there will be positions available at many Naval Regional Medical Centers within the United States. "Because only a limited number of vacancies exist in 1982 Lt. Abolein said, "these positions are offered on a first come first served basis". Benefits in the Navy Nurse Corps include: 30 days paid vacation a year, opportunity for advanced training, im- mediate suiervisory responsibility, and a salary competitive to civilian nur- sing. Interested Nurses should contact Lt. Abelein at the Navy Recruiting District,, Boston, 470 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass., or call (617) 223-6216 (collect) .. Corinth Cougars 4-H by SHERRI STALKER On Dec. 19, the Corinth Cougars . went Christmas caroling in the streets of E. Corinth. Fifteen children attended along with four adults. Then we went back to the church and had hot cocoa and cookies. MENS WOOL MENS BLEND WRANGLER SWEATERS JEANS 16 16" LARGE GROUP MENS FL/U00INEL SHIRTS 7 00 9 oo ' 100% COTTON " MENS CORDUROY SHIRTS SPECIAL NI$ I00% COTTON WOVEN FLANNEL 88 12,._, CHAMOIS SHIRTS 8_ 1488_ CHARGE =J ]F/.  NIGHTS 'TIL ACCOUNTI v v vpr- .o I:00 P.M. YOUR FAMY PATMEer 8TOE St. Johnsbur, Vt. , Woodsy;lie. N H 7o all our loyal customers we extend our very best wishes for happy yeurl 'lea00 e NewYoar, mq you find new worlds of ....  heM and pod luck ever in your orMt. FROM EVERYONE AT Parts of Bradferd & Beh victims ages 29 through 64 are currently being sought to participate in a study which lowers cholesterol to un- precedented levels. With heart disease claiming 800,000 lives annually, the National Institutes of Health is funding four research centers across the country to explore the role of lowered cholesterol in the treatment of heart at- tack victims. The aim of researchers is to find con- clusive evidence that maximal reduction of this fatty substance will significantly reduce the risk of heart disease. The East Coast Center, which opened a short time ago, is located in Philadelphia. Persons 29 through 64 who have suffered one heart attack within the last five years are Hyperlipidemia Study for IAGWAY more information. Call, toll- free 1-800-362-5244 (Penn- Ho Haverhill, N.H. sylvania only) and out-of-state 1-800-345-1057. IIIII IIninIHIInMIInIInIIIImMMMImIHIIMinininl. HmB!MmMI[H.M[I00IInininI00 Local Orthodont, st Fights lnflat, on i II Dr. Irvin B Andes, Orthodontist, 154  eL, Mont. peli, pots out tbe am of n goo ad vk k . - sldi.f, ugwa  d neve be ar a. I / eot he is determined to make the necesty of  .   ohodons  ,h to most . /    Dr. A    n new . /'- [I s a  tmatnt f ma cost . J of $1,111 and presentation of Ibis ad at the firsl vislt. A Vt" " e tee khk, mS ( x-ray to m-t [ \\;   4 oken/k reters extra). The fee must be I. U  ......... not, the maimum cog would be S1,3.  Dr. Anders works with bolh ldldren and adults, He offers steel and "I " ar  ac. A full- ua t, Dr. Aoders , m av cLa/ly, and for emeencies. He accepts Toofai, a / /v.__. and H mran. '  "We pdde ourselves in quality care, communication & price," says Dr. Anders.  Call Dr. Anders at 229. 9883 for more information on this exciting offer. MInInInmHIllInHmInnHmHInHInnHInInHHIllHMInNIlHHHmHHHHInmHHim Scoring Forward 10 Sleeper 10 Huntington 6 Pushee 4 French 4 * Oxbow News ( continued from page 5) period. When asked, Richard Conrad, head guidance counselor at Oxbow said, "The end of the first semester means a lot of things to a lot of people." To teachers who teach half year courses, it means finishing up one class and starting a new one. To the i teachers who teach full year courses it is like the half-way mark Mid-term exams will be given in every class, Jan. 20 and 21, 1982. Future Farmers Of America Glen Larkham, president el the Future Farmers of America (FFA) of' Oxbow High School, was involved in a dairy judging contest in Kansas City, Missouri, the FFA National Convention in November. The FFA club meets at least once a month. The club is a part of vocational agricultural education experience. Joe Button is the advisor of the FFA at Oxbow. Larkham has been to many other school districts on behalf of FFA and also to Johnson State College in Johnson, Vt., Vermont Technical College in Randolph, Vt., the Eastern States Exposition in Springfield, Mass., and to  Harrisburg, Penn., and Kansas City, Me. "It is a great club and I really like being president of the FFA club at Oxbow," Larkham said. I Ski Team ! Bottle Drive The Oxbow High School Ski Team is sponsoring a bottle collection drive on Saturday, Jan. 2, 1982, in an effort to earn money for team equip- ment. This year, 40 students have signed up for this sport which has exhausted all available supplies needed for events.  Michael Callanan Ski Team members will be in each of the towns in the Oxbow service area soliciting bottles or cans from which they can earn the deposit fee. The team will use all the money it realizes to support ski team activities and events. Coach Michael Callanan said, "With this many people out for the sport, and with this much enthusiasm, we will be among the top contenders in the state." Sport00 LOOK M OUR Check our low prices  Immediate installation Huge inventory in stock  Quality workmanship Hale Furniture & Carpet 222-5758 BRADFORD, VT. COUnTR9 THINK SNOW reAILS OPEN!! Rentals: =7 a day Ski;s, boots, bindings & p0ies. packaged at sgl River Bend Ski Shop ROUTE 5 SOUTH NEWBURY; VT. HANOVER &00(00)BANK BUSINESS CHECKING ACCOUNTS 643-4200 1 298-8787 Member FDIC Start a fam00 business. With the Apple Family System--everything you need to get into personal computing in one specially-priced package. It can help your children get ahead in school. And it can help you and your mate with both the business of living and the business of business. Drop by for a demonstration. You could profit from the experience. The Apple Famil: II Plus, Disk II drove, RF modu- lator (lets you use your TV as monotoO, two hand con- trollers, seven profes- sional, educational and recreational sottware packages {including Per- sonal Fihng System." Apple Writer. and Personal Finance Manager'/. and referencetraining library For more information, call ot visit: CHIPS MICROcENTER 3 South Street Hanover, N.H 03755 (603) 643-5413 Hours: MS 9-5 December 30, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 Thoughts on the ut-of-Doors by Gary W, Moor IIUNTER TAKES RECORD : - BEAR WITII MUZZI,EI,OAI)Ei{ one shot. It had to be good. Richard Rubacka of tlampshire killed a 3./9 pound black bear with his and sol a new state record, ltis hear exceeds record set in 1968 by sixteen pounds. had been out hunting deer with his black powder Dorchester oil November 8 when he heard a noise hint. The bear turned and walked toward him so gave it his best. the smoke cleared he was in for a surprise, the hear down. it was standing upright with its mouth wide legs flailing the air. l{emember that Rubacka y oneshot. CHAINSAW COMPETITION-- One of the events of ily the bear reared back and then ambled away. the FFA district meet held at the Union No. 32 school followed the hear to a blowdown and then decided risk stumbling on to the wounded hear as darkness in Montpelier, on Dec. 4. Returning the next morning he found the bear FFA district meet held at Union 32 he had shot it. SALMON UNLIMITEI) GIVES GIFT TO FISll AND GAME Unlimited presented two gifts to the New Hamp- and Game Department as a token of their ap- efforts made to return salmon to the state. net was given to aid in the capture of coho salmon return from the ocean. The fish are then taken to Ord ltatchery where they are kept for brood stock. gift was liquid nitrogen which is used to brand n I ore they are released into the rivers. MOOSE SUFFER ON lllGIIWAYS ampshire records show that sixty-three moose have by cars since 1970. Add to that the number that later die and the total climbs. I'o cow nmose weighing 300 and 400 pounds were collisions with motorcycles. In both cases the survived, but were severely injured and found VERMt)NT TR ,I'PERS TAKE NOTE to set aps o land after December 31. The law may not set a trp between December 31 and the . fourth Salurday in October unless the trap is set in underJhe ice or on a float in the water. shall not set a body gripping trap with a jaw eight inches unless the trap is set five feet or the ground or in the water. This is to protect hunting dogs from being hurt. FISIIWAY CONSTRUCTION fishway at Bellows Falls will begin by May and should be operational by 1984. The ladders at be started by May 1. 1984 and are scheduled for 1986. were designed to handle salmon and can not rge numbers of shad. As Bellows Falls was the range of shad the design did not call for the extra to build fishways with the capacity of those JOINT MEETING TO BE IIELD will become an annual occurrence is scheduled ary 20 at the Sheraton Inn in West Lebanon, New The New tlampshire Fish and Game Corn- and the Vermont Fish and Game Board will hold a discuss mutual concerns. states have a lot in common and share a long tha! is a vital resource. Cooperation between the benefit to all. BESTWISIIES FOR TIlE NEW YEAR. nly wife and faithful critic and proofreader, and I each of you the very best for the new year. We I you can continue to have pleasure in our great and enjoy and appreciate the environment we have. actions think of the fulure generations and whal for them. We(Inesday, Dec. 30 p.m. I; Selectmen. 8:00 p.m. Monday, Jan. 4 ltaverhiil Selectmen, 7:t) p.m. tlIILL: Grafton ('ounty Commissioners, 10:00 a.m. linen, 8:00 pro. Tuesday, Jan. 5 II): School Board. 7:30 p.m. Precinct Commissioners, 7:30 p.m. p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 6 Village Trustees, 7:30 p.m. et :0o p.m. p.m. School Board, IO:0O a.m. INTERESTING FACT The largest diamond ever , did you found was the 1% pound fur coat Cullinan diamond, unearthed young lady in in South Africa in 1905. tc day? I'm afraid I dozing most of NOTES & COMMENTS Hardly any church needs a lot of any particular individual, but there are few individuals who you to go to do not need a church. MONTPEI,IER-- The following are the final results of the Future Farmers of America (FFA) district meet held at the Union No. 32 school on Dec. 4. BALE TIIROWING Points I. David Tuller U-32 25 2. James (;allison U-32 20 3. Brian Wood lla rtford 15 4. Todd ()liver Oxbow tO 5. l)an Gilson Oxbow 5 5. Randy Ferris Central Vermont 5 5. Clayton l,uce Hartford 5 2-MAN CROSSCUT I. Da rid Tuller U-32 25 2. Todd Dessureau U-32 20 3. John Wurtz Thetford 15 4. Todd Bragg Thetford l0 5. Farnham U-32 5 5. Collins U-32 5 CREED SPEAKING I. Damon Mulligan Central Vermont 25 2. Steve Murry BMU 20 3. Todd Mullen Chelsea 15 4. Jack Monihan Oxbow 10 CHAINSAW EVENTS Small I. Stuart llunt Thetford 2;. 2. Earl Robinson Thetford 20 3. Danny Roberts . Thetfonk 15 4. Ordway Oxbow l0 5. Perry Oxbow 5 Medium 1. Emerson Oxbow 25 2. Schertz Oxbow 20 3. Massml llartford 15 4. Gilson Oxbow I0 5. Spaug llartford 5 Large I. Dick Johnson Thetford 25 2. French Oxbow 20 3. Chuck Thorburn Thetford 15 4. llawkins U-32 10 5. Sprang Hartford 5 SMAI,L ENGINES U -32 U-32 llartford tst (;allison 25 Ist Ilawkins 20 2nd l,uce 15 2nd Punt  Harffor4 ..... IO 3rd Keith Wolsten Iiolme Thetforfl" 5 3rd Alan Wihnot Thetford 5 TOTAL PO i NTS BY SCllOOL I. U-32 ................................................. 155 2. Thet ford ............................................. 145 3. Oxbow ............................................... 115 4 llartford .............................................. 65 5. Randolph ........................................... 30 6. Blue Mountain Union .................................. 20 7. Chelsea .............................................. 15 Marketin00 to be focus of county maple meetin00 CHELSEA--Marketing and promotion of Maple will be emphasized at this year's series of county maple meetings, according to Gordon Farr, Orange County Extension Service agent. The Orange County maple meeting will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 6 at the United Church, Chelsea, Vt. At 10:30, Everett Willard, Vermont Department of Agriculture, will discuss "Syrup Quality Control". "What About Maple Tubing?" will be handled by Malcolm Franz, Chief of State Land Management, Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation. The last topic during the forenoon session will be "Techniques of Mer- chandising Maple", Nell Pelsue, Ag & Resource Economics Department, UVM. United Church Dinner An "All You Can Eat" casserole dinner will be served at noon by the Service Guild of the Church. Tickets will be on sale at the meeting. Following the dinner, the annual meeting of the Orange County Sugar Makers Association will be held. Two trustees will be elected for three-year terms. At 1:30 Bill Clark, President of the Ver- mont Sugar Makers Association will discuss "The Present Market Situation -- Supply Demand" and also "International Maple Syrup Institute Activities". Everyone will have their pencils and notebooks ready at 2:15 when Everett Willard, Vermont Department of Agriculture, will bring the group up-to-date on "Proposed Maple Law and Regulation Changes", sail Parr. David Marvin, Johnson, Vt., will be on hand to review "The Activities of the Vermont Maple Promotion Board". A general question and answer period will then be held in which all participants may have their questions answered from the speakers, said Parr. The meeting will close at 3:00. Anyone in- terested in maple is invited and urged to attend on Jan. 6. Local heart attack victims sought for cholesterol study One-time heart attack urged to contact the Little Oxbow Bradford Youth Sports 4-H news b-ball season opens by DANNY KEITH BRADFORD--The Bradford N. HAVERHILL--At our Youth Sports' fifth and sixth November meeting, we grade basketball team opened elected officers; President -- their season by defeating Robert DeRosia; Vice Norwich 34 to20. President -- Jeff Page; Last year Norwich beat Secretary -- Craig Roy; Bradford twice, and was the Treasurer -- Bret Lane; best team Bradford faced, Reporter and historian -- saidcoach Mark Harris. Danny Keith. Coaches Larry French and At our December meeting Mark Harris both were we selected a Christmas party pleased, but stressed that the Committee which consists of: young players need to con- Craig Roy, Tommy Keith, centrate more and work Shawn Lane, John and harder on defense. Guards Jeremy Brooks, and Francis Jade Huntington, Gene Stoddard. Pushee, Todd Tomlinson, and We also made Christmas Danny Echman did well in the cards to send to the Grafton backcourt while A.J. For- County Home. The club is ward, Scott Sleeper, Sean having a Christmas fudge and French, and Ralph Messenger cookie sale at Ames Depar- played nicely in front court tment Store in N. Haverhill on positions. Dec. 19atl0:00a.m. The teams' next game is Please come and support scheduled for Jan. 9 against our club. Norwich again. Navy. nursin00 positions to open BOSTON--The Navy is now accepting applications from Bachelor of Science (BSN) and Diploma Nurses for positions that will become available after Jan. 1, 1982. According to Lieutenant Christine Abelein, (LT) Nurse Programs Manager for the New England area, there will be positions available at many Naval Regional Medical Centers within the United States. "Because only a limited number of vacancies exist in 1982 Lt. Abolein said, "these positions are offered on a first come first served basis". Benefits in the Navy Nurse Corps include: 30 days paid vacation a year, opportunity for advanced training, im- mediate suiervisory responsibility, and a salary competitive to civilian nur- sing. Interested Nurses should contact Lt. Abelein at the Navy Recruiting District,, Boston, 470 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass., or call (617) 223-6216 (collect) .. Corinth Cougars 4-H by SHERRI STALKER On Dec. 19, the Corinth Cougars . went Christmas caroling in the streets of E. Corinth. Fifteen children attended along with four adults. Then we went back to the church and had hot cocoa and cookies. MENS WOOL MENS BLEND WRANGLER SWEATERS JEANS 16 16" LARGE GROUP MENS FL/U00INEL SHIRTS 7 00 9 oo ' 100% COTTON " MENS CORDUROY SHIRTS SPECIAL NI$ I00% COTTON WOVEN FLANNEL 88 12,._, CHAMOIS SHIRTS 8_ 1488_ CHARGE =J ]F/.  NIGHTS 'TIL ACCOUNTI v v vpr- .o I:00 P.M. YOUR FAMY PATMEer 8TOE St. Johnsbur, Vt. , Woodsy;lie. N H 7o all our loyal customers we extend our very best wishes for happy yeurl 'lea00 e NewYoar, mq you find new worlds of ....  heM and pod luck ever in your orMt. FROM EVERYONE AT Parts of Bradferd & Beh victims ages 29 through 64 are currently being sought to participate in a study which lowers cholesterol to un- precedented levels. With heart disease claiming 800,000 lives annually, the National Institutes of Health is funding four research centers across the country to explore the role of lowered cholesterol in the treatment of heart at- tack victims. The aim of researchers is to find con- clusive evidence that maximal reduction of this fatty substance will significantly reduce the risk of heart disease. The East Coast Center, which opened a short time ago, is located in Philadelphia. Persons 29 through 64 who have suffered one heart attack within the last five years are Hyperlipidemia Study for IAGWAY more information. Call, toll- free 1-800-362-5244 (Penn- Ho Haverhill, N.H. sylvania only) and out-of-state 1-800-345-1057. IIIII IIninIHIInMinIIInIIIImMMMImIHIIMinininl. HmB!MmMI[H.M[I00IInininI00 Local Orthodont, st Fights lnflat, on i II Dr. Irvin B Andes, Orthodontist, 154  eL, Mont. peli, pots out tbe am of n goo ad vk k . - sldi.f, ugwa  d neve be ar a. I / eot he is determined to make the necesty of  .   ohodons  ,h to most . /    Dr. A    n new . /'- [I s a  tmatnt f ma cost . J of $1,111 and presentation of Ibis ad at the firsl vislt. A Vt" " e tee khk, mS ( x-ray to m-t [ \\;   4 oken/k reters extra). The fee must be I. U  ......... not, the maimum cog would be S1,3.  Dr. Anders works with bolh ldldren and adults, He offers steel and "I " ar  ac. A full- ua t, Dr. Aoders , m av cLa/ly, and for emeencies. He accepts Toofai, a / /v.__. and H mran. '  "We pdde ourselves in quality care, communication & price," says Dr. Anders.  Call Dr. Anders at 229. 9883 for more information on this exciting offer. MInInInmHIllInHmInnHmHInHInnHHHHIllHMInNIlHHHmHHHHInmHHim Scoring Forward 10 Sleeper 10 Huntington 6 Pushee 4 French 4 * Oxbow News ( continued from page 5) period. When asked, Richard Conrad, head guidance counselor at Oxbow said, "The end of the first semester means a lot of things to a lot of people." To teachers who teach half year courses, it means finishing up one class and starting a new one. To the i teachers who teach full year courses it is like the half-way mark Mid-term exams will be given in every class, Jan. 20 and 21, 1982. Future Farmers Of America Glen Larkham, president el the Future Farmers of America (FFA) of' Oxbow High School, was involved in a dairy judging contest in Kansas City, Missouri, the FFA National Convention in November. The FFA club meets at least once a month. The club is a part of vocational agricultural education experience. Joe Button is the advisor of the FFA at Oxbow. Larkham has been to many other school districts on behalf of FFA and also to Johnson State College in Johnson, Vt., Vermont Technical College in Randolph, Vt., the Eastern States Exposition in Springfield, Mass., and to  Harrisburg, Penn., and Kansas City, Me. "It is a great club and I really like being president of the FFA club at Oxbow," Larkham said. I Ski Team ! Bottle Drive The Oxbow High School Ski Team is sponsoring a bottle collection drive on Saturday, Jan. 2, 1982, in an effort to earn money for team equip- ment. This year, 40 students have signed up for this sport which has exhausted all available supplies needed for events.  Michael Callanan Ski Team members will be in each of the towns in the Oxbow service area soliciting bottles or cans from which they can earn the deposit fee. The team will use all the money it realizes to support ski team activities and events. Coach Michael Callanan said, "With this many people out for the sport, and with this much enthusiasm, we will be among the top contenders in the state." Sport00 LOOK M OUR Check our low prices  Immediate installation Huge inventory in stock  Quality workmanship Hale Furniture & Carpet 222-5758 BRADFORD, VT. COUnTR9 THINK SNOW reAILS OeE$!! Rentals: =7 a day Ski;s, boots, bindings & poles. packaged at sgl River Bend Ski Shop ROUTE 5 SOUTH NEWBURY; VT. HANOVER &00(00)BANK BUSINESS CHECKING ACCOUNTS 643-4200 1 298-8787 Member FDIC Start a fam00 business. With the Apple Family System--everything you need to get into personal computing in one specially-priced package. It can help your children get ahead in school. And it can help you and your mate with both the business of living and the business of business. Drop by for a demonstration. You could profit from the experience. The Apple Famil: II Plus, Disk II drove, RF modu- lator (lets you use your TV as monotoO, two hand con- trollers, seven profes- sional, educational and recreational sottware packages {including Per- sonal Fihng System." Apple Writer. and Personal Finance Manager'/. and referencetraining library For more information, call ot visit: CHIPS MICROcENTER 3 South Street Hanover, N.H 03755 (603) 643-5413 Hours: MS 9-5