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Volume, Number, Date Sample Content
Vol. 0, No. 0: October 16, 1950     Weekly Newspaper May Result From Survey Now Being Made
Vol. I, No. 1: December 1, 1950      A Star Is Born
Vol. I, No. 2: December 8, 1950      “Our first retraction”
Vol. I, No. 3: December 15, 1950      “Well-wishers came forward”
Vol. I, No. 4: December 21, 1950     Special Town Meeting on Pipeline
Vol. I, No. 5: December 28, 1950      “To meet the new threats of war”
Vol. I, No. 6: January 4, 1951      Woodbridge Tree Saved by Bethany
Vol. I, No. 7: January 11, 1951     General H.H. Vreeland To Give Talk Here On Civilian Defense
Vol. I, No. 8: January 18, 1951      History of the Woodbridge Fire Department
Vol. I, No. 9: January 25, 1951      History of the Bethany Fire Department
Vol. I, No. 10: February 1, 1951 Contest for Children
Vol. I, No. 11: February 8, 1951 Town of Orange Invaded [by newspaper]
Vol. I, No. 12: February 15, 1951 Orange And Woodbridge American Legion Posts Open Rolls to Veterans Of Korean War
Vol. I, No. 13: February 22, 1951 Bethany Boys Win 4-H Awards for Livestock
Vol. I, No. 14: March 1, 1951 “A stone-crusher is not an easy article of furniture to move”
Vol. I, No. 15: March 8, 1951 “The best medium EVER DISCOVERED for the advancement of culture”
Vol. I, No. 16: March 15, 1951 “A taxidermist and a tax collector”
Vol. I, No. 17: March 22, 1951 “First Aid Classes in preparation for Atomic Warfare”
Vol. I, No. 18: March 29, 1951 Fishin’, Huntin’ and Lyin’ with Bull Moose
Vol. I, No. 19: April 5, 1951 Market Gardens on Woodbridge “Flats” Suffer Heavy Damage from Flood
Vol. I, No. 20: April 12, 1951 “James Beehatch is back again”
Vol. I, No. 21: April 19, 1951 “Bethany is no longer a small, one-family town”
Vol. I, No. 22: April 26, 1951 Woodbridge Flyer Credited With 43 Korean Missions
Vol. I, No. 23: May 3, 1951 “Where is the warning light at Davidson’s Corners?”
Vol. I, No. 24: May 10, 1951 “Children’s Hour” at Airport
Vol. I, No. 25: May 17, 1951 “James Beehatch, who wrote the foregoing anonymous letter”
Vol. I, No. 26: May 24, 1951 Cash Prize Contest Begins Here Today
Vol. I, No. 27: May 31, 1951 “For every tree in Bethany there is a building here”
Vol. I, No. 28: June 7, 1951 “Having this wonderful instrument in my room”
Vol. I, No. 29: June 14, 1951 “GO SLOW WHEN WET”
Vol. I, No. 30: June 21, 1951 Prospect G.I.’s Body Returned Home
Vol. I, No. 31: June 28, 1951 Former Bethany Pastor and Wife Tell of Escape from Chinese Reds
Vol. I, No. 32: July 5, 1951 Who Won? Or Why Television Is Popular
Vol. I, No. 33: July 12, 1951 New Radio Equipment Being Installed Will Help Defense Efforts
Vol. I, No. 34: July 19, 1951 Wild Cow at Large
Vol. I, No. 35: July 26, 1951 Zoning Battle Has Been Fought Since 1938 Town Meeting
Vol. I, No. 36: August 2, 1951 Northrup Road Speeders Hold Successful Derby With Homemade Cars
Vol. I, No. 37: August 9, 1951 “Bad feeling … between the spectators and the umpires”
Vol. I, No. 38: August 16, 1951 18th Annual New Haven County 4-H Fair Opens at Orange Center School on Friday
Vol. I, No. 39: August 23, 1951 “SEE IT NOW is good news for video viewers this fall”
Vol. I, No. 40: August 30, 1951 “Worthy of a New Yorker profile”
Vol. I, No. 41: September 6, 1951 Man Bites Dog; Bethany Loses
Vol. I, No. 42: September 13, 1951 Woodbridge PTA Plans Series Of Grade Teas For School’s Parents
Vol. I, No. 43: September 20, 1951 James Lightfoot Wins High Honors With Steer at Springfield
Vol. I, No. 44: September 27, 1951 Parlor Games After the Hayride
Vol. I, No. 45: October 4, 1951 Dr. George Whitney To Speak at PTA Meeting Next Monday
Vol. I, No. 46: October 11, 1951 J. Beehatch, Historian
Vol. I, No. 47: October 18, 1951 Radio ‘Hams’ Form Important Link in Civil Defense Setup
Vol. I, No. 48: October 25, 1951 Soldier and Bride Leaving Church
Vol. I, No. 49: November 1, 1951 “TV is a spanking new medium with lots of room for growing”
Vol. I, No. 50: November 8, 1951 Huntin’ Fishin’ and Substitutin’ with Cow Moose
Vol. I, No. 51: November 15, 1951 Male Glamor Belles at Bethany School
Vol. I, No. 52: November 22, 1951 Woodbridge Will Be Rendezvous Area in Case of Bomb Attack
Vol. I, No. 53: November 29, 1951 Special First Anniversary Issue
Vol. I, No. 54: December 6, 1951 Lions Club To Hold Farmers’ Frolic At Town Hall Saturday
Vol. I, No. 55: December 13, 1951 “A new weapon to fight the Dutch elm disease”
Vol. I, No. 56: December 20, 1951 Students, Servicemen Returning to Their Homes for Holidays
Vol. I, No. 57: December 27, 1951 “I thaw him kith Thuthannah Peathe!”
Vol. II, No. 1: January 3, 1952 Ondatra zibethicus (Muskrat) and What Happened to the Water in Peck Pond
Vol. II, No. 2: January 10, 1952 “Forgot to drain my Cadillac in time the other night”
Vol. II, No. 3: January 17, 1952 Rappa Reports on 1952 March of Dimes Drive Now in Full Operation
Vol. II, No. 4: January 24, 1952 “This Town needs a division into residential and business zones”
Vol. II, No. 5: January 31, 1952 Woodbridge Flyer Is Awarded Fifth Oak Leaf Cluster on Air Medal
Vol. II, No. 6: February 7, 1952 Orange Subscriber Claims Marine Shown in Red Cross Blood Bank Poster Is Her Brother
Vol. II, No. 7: February 14, 1952 Bethany Adopts Zoning by Vote of 233 to 231
Vol. II, No. 8: February 21, 1952 Ilka Chase Will Speak at Benefit Fashion Show at Country Club
Vol. II, No. 9: February 28, 1952 No Starvation at Town Meeting: PTA Plans to Hold Sale of Victuals
Vol. II, No. 10: March 6, 1952 Men’s Club Examines Snakeskin
Vol. II, No. 11: March 13, 1952 Orange Boy, Orange Skunk to Be on TV Saturday
Vol. II, No. 12: March 20, 1952 Civil Defense Wants Complete List of Registered Nurses
Vol. II, No. 13: March 27, 1952 Prospect Residents Sued By Pipeline Co. For Right of Way
Vol. II, No. 14: April 3, 1952 “Anna Buckholz still has the face of a madonna”
Vol. II, No. 15: April 10, 1952 Orange Fathers to Help Sons Tear Down Old R.R. Station
Vol. II, No. 16: April 17, 1952 New Aero Wing Willys Passenger Car $1975
Vol. II, No. 17: April 24, 1952 Bethany Eisenhower Poll
Vol. II, No. 18: May 1, 1952 Church Painting Bee Scheduled for Sunday, May 18
Vol. II, No. 19: May 8, 1952 Help Is Urgently Needed in Bethany Civil Defense
Vol. II, No. 20: May 15, 1952 Razing of Old Railroad Station Removes Landmark from Orange
Vol. II, No. 21: May 22, 1952 Town Meeting Acts On Regional School
Vol. II, No. 22: May 29, 1952 Bethany Boy in Korea
Vol. II, No. 23: June 5, 1952 Scouts to Help In Getting Out Vote For the Election
Vol. II, No. 24: June 12, 1952 “WHEREAS a potential enemy has produced the atomic bomb”
Vol. II, No. 25: June 19, 1952 Competitors for “Miss Republican” Title
Vol. II, No. 26: June 26, 1952 Fireworks Go On Sale As Festival Groups Plan for Gala Affair
Vol. II, No. 27: July 3, 1952 Pop Concert in Bowl To Feature Goodman And His Clarinet
Vol. II, No. 28: July 10, 1952 “Our favorite candidate, James Beehatch, has lost, by a nose, his battle for the nomination in Chicago”
Vol. II, No. 29: July 17, 1952 “Miss Peggy Lee (not the T.V. singer)”
Vol. II, No. 30: July 24, 1952 “A driver who smashes up a car because of a bee is unfit to drive”
Vol. II, No. 31: July 31, 1952 Woodbridge Firemen Hampered By Lack of Water at Maxson Fire
Vol. II, No. 32: August 7, 1952 “Jumping into my space-ship and throwing it into supersonic phase”
Vol. II, No. 33: August 14, 1952 County 4-H Fair Opening at Orange School Friday
Vol. II, No. 34: August 21, 1952 Firemen Will Hold Annual Picnic At Headquarters Sunday
Vol. II, No. 35: August 28, 1952 Progress on Paving of Whalley Avenue
Vol. II, No. 36: September 4, 1952 “Combination hunting, fishing, and driving licenses”
Vol. II, No. 37: September 25, 1952 “Returning an eccentric Star to its orbit”
Vol. II, No. 38: October 2, 1952 At Opening of Stevenson Headquarters
Vol. II, No. 39: October 9, 1952 120 Residents Now Enrolled for League Bowling
Vol. II, No. 40: October 16, 1952 Lead Story on Church Bazaar Mysteriously Vanishes at Presstime
Vol. II, No. 41: October 23, 1952 “We now revert to offset”
Vol. II, No. 42: October 30, 1952 “President Truman, in some of his recent demagogic utterances”
Vol. II, No. 43: November 6, 1952 “Dismaterial”
Vol. II, No. 44: November 13, 1952 Nineteen Are Injured As Car Hits Hayride
Vol. II, No. 45: November 20, 1952 Mechanical Brains Are Faster Than Ever!
Vol. II, No. 46: November 27, 1952 “A multi-million dollar star-studded showcase”
Vol. II, No. 47: December 4, 1952 Aircraft Spotters’ Hut Ready for Action
Vol. II, No. 48: December 11, 1952 “Why did they all throw the house?”

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