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January 13, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 i / : FLAG FOR THE TREATMENT P-/,ANT---Robert Ross, (o--mmander of the Ross-Wood Post no. 20 American Legion presents a flag for the new WOodsy]lie treatment plant to Woodsville commissioners Conrad Fournier, JOSeph Maccini and William Cowell. bet ! =-.-.._ a fie Stanley (Benny) Thurston worked 20 years for Bradford Village I BItAI)FOI(D Stanley R. (Benny) Thurston, 60, died here A ednesday, Jan. 6. Born in Bradford, April 10, 1921, he was son of Mrs. Eva (Page) Thurston and the late Charles E. Thurston, and attended local schools. On Oct. 2, 1942, he entered Ihc U.S. Army and served in New Guinea and the Philip- pines prior it) his discharge Jan. 18, 1946. Returning to Bradford, he was a self-emph)yed logger for several years, and also worked for I)wight Beebe and at the Bradford Veneer and I'anel Co. Ill health forced his |'eli|'ement ]asl year after 20 years of employment by the Village of Bradford. On Nov. 16, 1946, he married Marie Emerson in Bradford. ttis memberships included Bradford American Legion Post 20 and the Orange East Senior Citizens Center here. tie was an avid hunter and fisherman. Twice a year, he went on a weeklong fishing trip to the Laurentide National Park in Quebec with other area ouldoorsmen. Besides his widow, he leaves two daughters, Charlene llazen: two sons, William and Eugene Thurston; 10 gran- dchildren and his mother, all of Bradford; It brothers, Charles, ]larry, Richard, Forresl, Kenneth and Ernest Thurston, all of Bradford; Clifton Thurston, East Corinth; George Thurston, Barre; lloward Tburston, Lebanon, N.II. ; Gordon Thurston, Weaver, Ala.; and Norman Tburston, Newport; six sisters, Max]he Burgess, Obltuades )i , Bradford; Jenny Corliss, Salo Gally Campb II Wells River and Mary Evans. me ' 9, e Piermont, N.tt., nieces and dies after a brief illness His funeral service was held Saturday at 2:00 p.m. in the WOODSVILLE-- Salome Hospital and a member of the llale Funeral Home here with "Sally" Campbell, 77, died Retired Teachers the Rev. James Boudreau Friday, Jan. 8, after a brief Organization. officiating, illness. She is survived by two sons, Entombment will be in the She was born in Franconia Dr. Robert C. of Littleton and Sawyer Tomb here to await and was a resident of the Bruce of Rochester, N.Y.; two Nora Kidder, Liila Bradley committal in the W. Bradford Woodsy]lie area most of her daughters, Linda Clarke of and Mildred Dugdale, all of Cemetery. life.' Durham and Heather Carney She graduated from Dow of Barrington; a sister, Ellen William Bradish had Academy in1921and frm the wagner of Bloomingdale, University of New Hampshire N.Y.; 12 grandchildren. ................. in t925 where she was Memorial services were da*, Ryegate Nancy Perkins served in two wars awJ} 584-3611 Mr. and--Mrs.- ]larry Ritchie Reginald White, Mr. and Mrs. Wells River Monday, Dec. 28. ()i{I'()RI)VII,1,E - William D. lie is survived by his wife, s .,,i were supper guests Monday Vincent Hilyer, Mr. and Mrs. Those in allendance included Bradish, 70. died Jan. 4, at the Doris of Orfordville; three vening, Dec. 28, of Mr. and Harold Nelson, NormanLowe, Mr. and Mrs. Dustin White Veterans Administration children, Armaod Bouchardof ',arwlrs' Harold Nelson Mrs. Fred Golthwait from from Newport, Marge Oleo lh)spital in White River Fi{chhurg, Mass., June Juncli,n after a long illness. Radford of Ashby, Mass., and erl Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Center Sandwich, N.H., from St. AIbans. Mr. and Mrs. Harold C Barneu, 79, .o born o, 00yor. Ma elson hosted a New Year's Willard Eggleston, Austin Hazen White, Mr. and Mrs. ceivePot Luck Supper with the Whitehill, Mr. andMrs. James James White, James Jr., g illll 19ll, in Oil City, Pa. Mr. four grandchildren. awollowing as guests: Mr. and Kinerson, Mr. and Mrs. Kristin, Karen, and Timothy dies after Ion ess Bradish was a veteran of There will be no funeral erft,rs. Fremont Nelson, Mr. and Arthur Whitehill, Mr. and from Chicago, Ill.; Mr. and World War II and the Korean service. The body of the ,.rs. William Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Eastman, Cedric Mrs. Gordon Sykes from W. TOPSHAM-- Harold C. Besides his wife Dorothy of War. tie retired from the de(leased has been donated to [Vln. Edward McLure, Mr. Smith, Philip Nelson, Mr. and Springfield; Dexter Sykes Barnett, 79 of V. Topsham WestTopsham, heissurvivedArmyafter21yearsofservice lht l)arlmoulh Medical ..- z- Mrs. Bruce Beauvais, Mr. Mrs. Alfred LaBay, and Mr. from Bloomington, Ind.; Miss died Monday, Jan. 11, 1982 at by three sons, Frank C. of in 1958. Sk.hool. tm'nd Mrs Bruce Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Itassall Nelson. Lucille While and Miss Millie the St. Johnsbury Con- Westbreok, Conn.; GeogeO. of t Wqmd MrS. Frank Tilghman, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty A iken from Iurlington; valescent Center in St. Deep River, Conn., and John H Stoddard lr. andMrs. Stuart Gooowin, and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Debbie Sykes from Johnsbury, Vt. after a long K. of Ivoryton, Conn.; two q 93, had n6 lr. and Mrs. David Win- Meyette attended the Watch Burlington: Mr. and Mrs. illness, daughters, Virginia Willis of , W,!hester, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Night Service and Pot Luck Reginald White, and Mrs. He was born in Newburgh, W. Topsham, and Beverly farll"ltld in Ne Haverhill enq Canard, Mr and Mrs Gene Supper New Year's Eve at the Stewart While, Timothy, N.Y., Jan. 27, 1902, the son of Filippi of Ivoryton, Conn.; 19 l'erkins and Mr. and Mrs. Newbury Bible Church. Benjamin, and Joshua. Cassius Clayton and Mary grandchildren and three great N. tIAVEIHIILL--CarrollT. Frederick, Stanley and |teven 'Brown from Hyde Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Following dinner, everyone (Hale) Barnett. The family grandchildren; two brothers, Slodt/ard, 93, diedJan. 4atthe (,erald, ailofNorlhHaverhill; i ark, N.Y. The guests sur( Nelson and daughter Marcy returned to the Stewart later moved to Yonkers, N.Y. George H. of California and l,ak Wales ttospital in a daughter, Eh)ise Nickerson nS.ed the hosts with a cart have visited her father Whites' for coffee and visiting, where he attended schools. William H. of White Plains, Horida. of Weslboro, Mass.; 11 !toI ncl gift to wish them well on Francis Haggarty of Panton Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Page On Dec. 4, 1924, he married N.Y.; two sisters, Ellen It( was a naliveof Columbia grandchildren and several and was a self-employed great-grandchildren. nds leir upcoming move to several times at the Mary hosted a group of 48 members Dorothy Kendall who sur- Duncanson and Ethel Barnett s  assachuselts Judy McLure Fletcher Unit of the Medical of the Leete family for dinner vires. Mr. Barnett served 12 both of Teaneck, N.Y., several farmer in N. ltaverhill for 36 Funeral services were held also brought a decorated Center of Vermont in on Christmas Day. years in the U. S. Army, New nieces, nephews and cousins, years, last Friday in the United i'Farewell Cake" for the Burlington where he has Mr. and Mrs. Douglas York 27th Signal Corp. and Funeral services will he Mr. Stoddardwasamember Methodist Church in North , casion. undergone heart bypass Graham and son Douglas Jr. later served in World War II. held Wednesday at the Hale of the United Methodist ilaverhill. The Rev. William vMr" and Mrs. Guy Labounty surgery. After his discharge, he Funeral Home in Bradford Church and the Pink Granite l,. ShaferJr.,willofficiate. ere. overhight guests Miss Lois Nelson returned to resumed his employment with with the Rev. Mark Demers, (;range. both of North h, lieu of flowers, memorial mnnstmas Eve of Mr. and her home in Chicago, Ill., the New York, New Haven and pastor of the Groton Methodist Itaverhill. lie was a former eonlribut ions may be made to ,Vlrs. Leonard Stewart in N. Sunday, I)ec. 27, after spen- Hartford Railroad I)pringfield. Christmas Day ding eight days over Christ- hey joined a group of 18 arnily members at the mas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson. ;e|;tewarts including their Supper guests Saturday :iiaughter and family Mr. and evening, Jan. 2, of Mr. and !Vlrs. James Stewart Kevin Mrs. Guy Labounty were Mr. 7andd_ Santa from W. Ken- and Mrs. Dexter Campbell [lL k, Me. from Woodsy]lie and Mr. and D._"ylaer guests Saturday Mrs. Alfred LaBay. a,m.ng, Jan 2 of Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Roland _lirs. Leroy Nelson were'their Sargent visited her aunt and ,,10:granaoaughter and husband, cousins Mrs. George is tMr. and Mrs. Michael Ringey MacDonald, Mrs. Kenneth ram Middlebury Mrs. McPhee, and Miss Margaret ,ntitlRingey also called on'Jeanette Page in W. Barnet Christmas PacLure. afternoon. Matthew Nelson was an Miss Mary Nelson of g wlvernight guest Saturday, Burlington spent Wednesday 1. 2, of his cousins Mr. and through Sunday over ;ro4t'g. Gene Perkins and Christmas with her parents, halordon: That same night Joe Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson rerkins stayed over with Mr. and her sister Lois, visiting nd Mrs. Fremont Nelson, here from Chicago. Overnight re and Ethan Y guests Christmas Eve were _,, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson, leJPisited Burke Mountain Todd and Heidi from Milton, 57ethaesday, Dec. 30, had and joining the family for SlaUnch at the Lodge, and en- Chrislmas Dinner were Mr. ;ostyed watching the skiers on and Mrs. ttenry Gates, Peter eslopes p F.e . and Melissa. ,al Francis Haggarty of Panton Mr. and Mrs. Calvin "'p'4 nd Mr. and Mrs. William Walker, Jeffrey and Janet ;shiaggarty from Bakersfield, were guests from Christmas I ; lif., were luncheon guests Day through Thursday, Dec. --e.esday, Dec. 23, of Mr. 31, of her parents, Mr. and .,, ntl Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and Mrs. Reginald White and his " aaallghter Marcy. Mrs. Nelson parents, Mr. and Mrs. fl II J'.tdh Marcy returned home Christian Walker in Underhill. thl n them, and Ken joined Miss Cheryl Page and Philip ltl ta for overnight Christmas Page flew in from Salt Lake t w'V e and for Christmas Day. City, Utah, to spend the her,her guests at the Haggar- holidays with their parents, " y_ s Christmas Day were their Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pageand ,aUghter and family, Mrs. Brian. APanet Haggarty, Michael, Callan Dickerson, a student la,aren and Samuel from at the University of Eastern  liddlebury. The Nelsons New Mexico, studying le!turned to I{yegate the petroleum lechnology in niVeningofthe25th. Roswell, N.M., and Mrs. [rid llappy Hour Edward Fox. Gregory and Lee al,_f number of friends and from Grand Island, N.Y., )9,ghbors from the cam- were guests of their parents, c;,duunitv and nearby dined Mr. and Mrs. William ,]l_ e -- ther New Year's Eve' at Dickerson from Dec. 26 to Jan. I tll Happy tlour Restaurant in 3. ' Vells River and then returned White Family ,u a the church here for dessert Gathering Ia,n:tld games. Those in the group A good number of the White .-._almded Mr. and Mrs. Leroy family gathered for dinner at Ill.'lson Mr and Mrs. h;  the ttappy th,ur Restaurant in I TAYLOR-PALMER AGENCY, INC. INSURANCE SERVICE since 18110 29 Main Street Bradford, Vt. t-802-222-5222 ILE ;:;iTl:to clothi.n..q core center " P and dehvery service president of the student held Monday at the First council and received nine Congregational Church m varsity letters in women's Liltleton. The Rev. Thomas sports. She attended Campbell officiated. Breadh)af School of English" Memorial contributions and later taught in Lisbon, may be made to the Wood- ilanover, ttaverhill Academy sville High School Scholarship and Woodsy]lie High School. Fund, Cottage Hospital, or to Mrs. Campbell was a the Woodsville Library. me4nber of the Order of The Ricker Funeral Home Eastern Star of Littleton, an of Woodsy]lie was in charge of incorporator of Cottage arrangements. 00OUSE CON00 ;TRUCTION--mi The Oxbow Vocational C0rp0rati is now accepting applications for construction of a residential home for the school year 1982-83. For further information, call: Russ Hay]land 802-222-5212 Deadline: March 12, 1982 CARD OF THANKS from Goshen spent Thursday through Saturday, Dec. 31 to Jan. 2. with her parents, Mr. The family of MYRTLE MATTOON, wish to and Mrs. William Dickerson, as a Church officiating. Entom- town selectman, the CoUage Hospital of extend their deepest thanks and appreciation for also Mrs. Edward Fox, Greg locomotive engineer, bment will take place in the lieis survived by three sons, Woodsville. and Lee and Callan Diekerson, He retired at age 65 after Sawyer Tomb, Bradford " the cards, flowers and other acts of kindness wbo were visiting there. They more than 40 yl with the pending spring burial in the Munn .--onn.orlon..,--., were joined on Sunday by railroad. Mr. Barnett was a Evergreen Cemetery S. Bill's sister. Mrs. Helen member of the Veterans of Strafford, Vt. . Carroll Mattoon ttorvit from Woodsviile, and celebrated Callan's birthday. Mrs. Esther Tyler from Monroe. N.it., served as lay preacher and conducted the morning worship services Sunday. Dee. 27 and Jan. 3, at the United Presbyterian Foreign Wars and the The Hale Funeral Home of . Gordon Mattoon Engineers.Brtherhd of Railroad arrangements.Bradfrd was in charge, o, We d in Firlee AIRLEE-- Mildred Morgan Galley, both of Fairlee; a step- Fowler Mann died at the son, Ralph H. Mann, of v.o"':n had Hanover Health Care Center Normal, Ill,; and several Alexander on Friday, Jan. 8. nieces and nephews. She was born in Concord, Funeral services were held Church here while Rev. farmed in Pe ham_ Vto N.H., on Dec. 19, 1895, the on Sunday, Jan. I0 at the Marion Redding has been on ac,u,,,,,, daughter of Samueland Elsie Fairlee Federated Church. vacation. PEACIIAM-- Alexander--l,arnel. Morgan. . Burial will be at the Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hilyer Shields Morrison, 93, died at Surviving are his widow, the She was married to the late Alexander Cemetery in Bow, were guests from I)ec. 23 to 28 his home here Tuesday, Jan. 5 former lrenc Tal)lin; a son, Robert Fowler in Concord, N.H., later this spring. over (,hrislmas with their folh)wingalongillness ('harh,s Mm'rison, Pt, acham: N.H., in 1918 and later Godfrey's Funeral Home daughter and family Mr. and Born in Ryegale, Aug. 7, a daughter,. ,,M,s, Robert married the late Ralph ti. was in chargei o[ 'ti Mann in 1960. The Munns had arrangements. ..... , i, . Mrs. Carl Balko, David and 1888, he was son of Joseph ('hrislina) Jackman, Man- lived inFairlee. Memorial donations may be Jenness in Wethersfield, (,handler and Christina Ipelier; two granddaughters, She is survived by a made to the Fairlee Federated Conn. (Shields) Morrison. four grandsons and two great- Town Auditing Mr. Morrison had been a grandsons, daughter, Irene F. Gulley and Church. The Town Auditor- s(If-emploved farmer all his Iris funeral service was held a granddaughter, Mary s-lsabelle Whilehill, Alice orking lit:etimeand for many Saturday at It:00 a.u|. in the Zan,bon, and Jennifer Nelson, years servedasanelderand W. B,rne, Presbyt(rian Richard Welch dies have begun auditing the town lrustee of the United ('hureh with Stanford books at the Town Clerk's lresl)yterian Church i,,West' ' ' after brief illness Office. Warn E. RYEGATE- Richard F. (Bessie) Charlson, Fayet- NOTICE (continued from page 6) does quite well. Now, what are we doing to do with this waste if we cannot burn it? Think what a pile we will have in a short period of time. They tell us there are two solutions; they are both costly, but the upper branches of the government tell us they do not care aboul that. I. The town can have a landfill operation, whereby large pits are dug, the refuse dumped in, and covered each time the dump is open to the public: or 2. we can purchase an incincerator and for umpteen thousands of dollars than man it for operation and bunt for a place Io dispose of the ashes... How much does a small country dump contaminate the air above us? ttow much does a small country dump pollute mother earth? ltas anyone any statistics on how many have died up and down these valleys because of the two above causes? No, this problem is not going away if we just turn our back upon it, we must put out some effort to counteract the beast. The Towns of Warren, Orford, and Piermont are working through Attorney Gardner of White River Jet., and Senator ltumphrey of D.C. to see if any law can be changed or eliminated to allow these t':armless dumps to continue after July l, 1982. If you are inlerested and wish to save yourself and your Iown vast sums of money, let's hear from you now, it will be too late after July I. We are sorry to report the passing of Paul Carlson of Swain Hill. He passed away at the Veteran's ttospitai, in White River Jcl., VI. No schools this snowy winler day. When we walked we made it, now they are Phone 444-2742 Call collect. SEARS ROBUCK, Woodsville, N.H. PIKE STORE, Pike, N.H. McLAM'sSTORE, . Corinth, Vt FAIRLEE GENERAL, Fairlee, Vt. ORFORDVIL IF STORE, Ocfordvilb, N.H. BATH VARIETY STORE, Bath, N.H. CROTON GNERAL STORE, Grotto, Vt. SOUTH RYEGATE STORE, South Ryegate, Vt. WES11N AUTO STORE, 'adtord. Vt. carried they cannot make it. connections and a sign The selectmen urge all to system. They have twelve get their end of year accounts clubs in this system in into the town office. This is a Sullivan and Cheshire busy time of year for the of- Counties and this club rice. suggested an interest. Snowmobile Club Yes the Indians are at it again. Two feet plus of snow and some zero temperatures exit the nerves of these snow people. On Sunday, Jan. 3 a good attendance of the club met at this scenic spot, held a cook- out and then had about a three hour meet ing. We were honored to have as Chuck Elms briefed the people on the Easter Seal Ride-ln. which is scheduled to pass through Warren, Wen- tworlh, Dorchester, Lebanon and Croydon trails to Keene. More details later. The NtlSA is studying an Accident Insurance program, .such as it has in Maine, whereby a one dollar addition in dues would sign up the' Welch. 56, died Sunday night, ,lan. 3. in Cottage llospital, 9,(x)dsville, N.It., following a brief illness. Born in Ryegate, June 1, 1925. he was son of Nelson and Bessie  Batchelder) Welch. A retired technical sergeant in the U.S. Air Force, he had nmde his home here since l!;8. Welcb was a member of the I)isahled American Veterans ('hapler.in St. Johnsbury and .f the Sn|ithsonian Institution. Surviving are his widow, the former Waltraud Brendel; three daughters. Mrs. Michael t eville, N.C.; Mrs. Steven (Karen) Whalen, Woodsville, N.il.. and Andrea Welch, East I',yegate : three grand- daughters: five brothers, Joseph Welch. in Florida; (;ordon and Robert Welch, both of McIndoe; Stanley Welch, Bath, Me. and Francis Welch, Union Village, Conn., and a sister. Mrs. Annie Dunn, Last Ryegatc. Ilis funeral service will be Wednesday. Jan. 6 in the liieker Funeral ltome, Birch lame. Woodsville, N.It. I,aler committal will bein the Grolon Village Cemetery. guests, Chuck Elms, Grafton Counly Director: Elmer Heath, Assistant County Director: Vernon R. Taylor month eleclion of County Sullivan, County Director:, I)ireclors would be held. Our and Harold Wellington, Vice own Chuck Elms not a can- President Cresent Lake didate working for the Regional Sno-riders, from the position, might be persuaded southern part of thestate, h) accept the position for Also present were Mr. and anolher term. Mrs. Joe Lavoie of the Con- The Clubs in this section neclicul Valley Club out of appreciates the good work and Ilaverhiil. hard work Chuck has Under business was the delivered. Annual Meeting in Concord 11 was reported tirol log April 17 and the Easier Seal skidders had been using the ride t(, Keene Feb. 6 and 7., a R.R. bed which belongs to h, nglripfromWarren. I)REI). and roughing il up. This will be at least a two One was overtaken on our trip day ride, and the trails are in In lhis meeling, and after good shape, and so is your explaining to him a few facts machine, and your back. A of life, he gladly smoothed out reporl was given on the last some rough places hc had meetingin Rumney I)ec. 17. caused. These loggers work It was repnrted Ihal VAST hard at making a living, st) we has 14IH) miles of trail, must use diph)macy and good The repair crew of the public relationsforthegoodof culvert at Week's Crossing all concerned. had done their thing, and the A work session is phumed Irouble spnl had been for the Stimson bridge in ren,ovtxl. At the l)ecember (;lencliff. out by Ihe Ray ('hristn,as meeting at Lewis ('al)in h) E. Warren. lmcrofts, it was moved and Assishml County [)irech, r seconded lhal the same of- Ehner [lealh hasspenl timein register of a Sno-mobil par- tieipant. Mw'tle Mattoon dies at 71 II was reported that next BRADFORD-- Myrtle B. Matloon, 71, died Jan. 5 at the Winlerhaven Hospital in Winlerhaven, Fla., after a long illness. She was born April 23, 1910 in Corinth the daughter of Ernest F. and Julia (lloyd Blake. She attended schools in Corinth and Bradford. On Nov. 11. 1933, she nmrried Carrnll F. Mattoon. They had two children, a daughter Boberta, who died in November, 1975, and a son Gordon. She attended the Bradford ('ongregalional Church and TtIETFOI{I) Ruth Bond, 80, died Jan. 8at her home. She was born June 18, 1901 in Bradford, the daughter of Ilenry and Nellie Allen. In 1928 she married 1,awrence Bond and they lived in Thelford all their lives. Mr. Bond died in 1976. She is survived by three was a member of their various organizations. She was also a member of the Rebekah. She is survived by her husband Carroll of Bradford and Winlerhaven, Fla.; her son Gordon of New Haven, Ind.: five grandchildren; and two brothers, Wallace D. Blake of East ttartford, Conn., and Lh)yd V. Blake of Brad- ford. A memorial service will he held in the spring. The tlale Funeral ]lame of Bradford is in charge of arra ngemenls. Ruth Bond dies at 80 The Godfrey Funeral ltome in Ely is in charge of a rra ngements. ricers serve the next year'. Slrafford (!ounly and in Coos daughters, Priscilla Banker of Salary to remain as is, no cost ('ounly inspecling trails, tte Thetford Center, Carolyn of living increase in salary, was also in Shelburne and Walerman of Middlebury, and The Ireasurer's reporl found covered 20:H mil(.'s in this Sally Crt,wley of Barnard; 12 some members had not insi)eelion trip. lie reporls grandchildren: a great- received their NilSA dues tirey imve some very nice granddaughter; several cards. This to be invesligated h'ails, nieces and nephews. and corrected by the More News Memorial services were Treasurer. Maria Garlner is visiting held Sunday afternoon in the Visitor Vernon Tayh,r her' daughler Mrs. Robert Thelford Cenler Methodist reporled on lhe h, ler-Town While al their S. Main St. Church. Trail Syslem. These people home. Maria is originally In lieu of flowers, memorial are working with lhe NilSA to I'rom (;ern,any. conlribulions may be made to connecl and toni]nut trails The roads are in fine con- lhe Thelford FAST Squad, in and a betler system dillon afler all thai rain and Ihroughoul the slale for frail snow. Our hals are off hr lhe care of, Melvin Maxfield, Box road boys for a good job. 7, P(rst Mills, Vl. GOLDEN GLEAMS If you wish to study men you must not neglect to mix with the society of children. --Jesse Torrey. TASKER'S WELL We Need Your Business! Oar00# 603-942=8]73 603-942-5581 ' NORTHWOOD, N.H. TOWN OF TOPSHAM BUDGET MEETING TUESDAY, JANUARY 19TH, 1982 AT7:30 P.M, at Topsham Town Office Proposed use hearing for Revenue Sharing and Regular Town Budget. Citizens are invited to make oral or written suggestions, Actual use report for 1980 Revenue Sharing Funds is on file for inspection. Topsham Town Clerk PUBLICFNOTICE TOWN FAIRLEE Vermont Proposed Use Headne Revenue Shadnll On January 18, 1982 at 10:00 A.M. at the Fairlee Town Hall the Board of Selectmen of the Town of Fairlee will hold a Revenue Sharing Proposed Use Hearing. All citizens (especially senior citizens) are invited to attend and provide the Board of Selectmen with written and oral comments on possible uses of $612.20 of unap- propriated Revenue Sharing Funds in the Town's Revenue Sharing Fund and $21,798.00 of Revenue Sharing Funds and $21,708.00 of Revenue Sharing funds expected by the Town during its 1982 Fiscal Year. PUBLIC F NOTICE TOWN FAIRLEE BUDGET HEARING The Annual Budget Committee Public Hearing required to he held the third Tuesday in the month of January will be held January 19, 1982 at 7:30 P.M. at the Fairlee Town Hall. All citizens are invited to attend and provide the Board of Selectmen and the Budget Committee members with written and oral comments, and questions concerning the town's entire proposed budget and the relationship of Revenue Sharing Funds. The proposed budget can be inspected by the public daily from 9:00 A.M. until 12 Noon and from 1:00 P.M. until 3:00 P.M. in the Town Clerk's Office, Fairlee Town Hall, Fairlee, Vermont. January 13, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 i / : FLAG FOR THE TREATMENT P-/,ANT---Robert Ross, (o--mmander of the Ross-Wood Post no. 20 American Legion presents a flag for the new WOodsy]lie treatment plant to Woodsville commissioners Conrad Fournier, JOSeph Maccini and William Cowell. bet ! =-.-.._ a fie Stanley (Benny) Thurston worked 20 years for Bradford Village I BItAI)FOI(D Stanley R. (Benny) Thurston, 60, died here A ednesday, Jan. 6. Born in Bradford, April 10, 1921, he was son of Mrs. Eva (Page) Thurston and the late Charles E. Thurston, and attended local schools. On Oct. 2, 1942, he entered Ihc U.S. Army and served in New Guinea and the Philip- pines prior it) his discharge Jan. 18, 1946. Returning to Bradford, he was a self-emph)yed logger for several years, and also worked for I)wight Beebe and at the Bradford Veneer and I'anel Co. Ill health forced his |'eli|'ement ]asl year after 20 years of employment by the Village of Bradford. On Nov. 16, 1946, he married Marie Emerson in Bradford. ttis memberships included Bradford American Legion Post 20 and the Orange East Senior Citizens Center here. tie was an avid hunter and fisherman. Twice a year, he went on a weeklong fishing trip to the Laurentide National Park in Quebec with other area ouldoorsmen. Besides his widow, he leaves two daughters, Charlene llazen: two sons, William and Eugene Thurston; 10 gran- dchildren and his mother, all of Bradford; It brothers, Charles, ]larry, Richard, Forresl, Kenneth and Ernest Thurston, all of Bradford; Clifton Thurston, East Corinth; George Thurston, Barre; lloward Tburston, Lebanon, N.II. ; Gordon Thurston, Weaver, Ala.; and Norman Tburston, Newport; six sisters, Max]he Burgess, Obltuades )i , Bradford; Jenny Corliss, Salo Gally Campb II Wells River and Mary Evans. me ' 9, e Piermont, N.tt., nieces and dies after a brief illness His funeral service was held Saturday at 2:00 p.m. in the WOODSVILLE-- Salome Hospital and a member of the llale Funeral Home here with "Sally" Campbell, 77, died Retired Teachers the Rev. James Boudreau Friday, Jan. 8, after a brief Organization. officiating, illness. She is survived by two sons, Entombment will be in the She was born in Franconia Dr. Robert C. of Littleton and Sawyer Tomb here to await and was a resident of the Bruce of Rochester, N.Y.; two Nora Kidder, Liila Bradley committal in the W. Bradford Woodsy]lie area most of her daughters, Linda Clarke of and Mildred Dugdale, all of Cemetery. life.' Durham and Heather Carney She graduated from Dow of Barrington; a sister, Ellen William Bradish had Academy in1921and frm the wagner of Bloomingdale, University of New Hampshire N.Y.; 12 grandchildren. ................. in t925 where she was Memorial services were da*, Ryegate Nancy Perkins served in two wars awJ} 584-3611 Mr. and--Mrs.- ]larry Ritchie Reginald White, Mr. and Mrs. Wells River Monday, Dec. 28. ()i{I'()RI)VII,1,E - William D. lie is survived by his wife, s .,,i were supper guests Monday Vincent Hilyer, Mr. and Mrs. Those in allendance included Bradish, 70. died Jan. 4, at the Doris of Orfordville; three vening, Dec. 28, of Mr. and Harold Nelson, NormanLowe, Mr. and Mrs. Dustin White Veterans Administration children, Armaod Bouchardof ',arwlrs' Harold Nelson Mrs. Fred Golthwait from from Newport, Marge Oleo lh)spital in White River Fi{chhurg, Mass., June Juncli,n after a long illness. Radford of Ashby, Mass., and erl Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Center Sandwich, N.H., from St. AIbans. Mr. and Mrs. Harold C Barneu, 79, .o born o, 00yor. Ma elson hosted a New Year's Willard Eggleston, Austin Hazen White, Mr. and Mrs. ceivePot Luck Supper with the Whitehill, Mr. andMrs. James James White, James Jr., g illll 19ll, in Oil City, Pa. Mr. four grandchildren. awollowing as guests: Mr. and Kinerson, Mr. and Mrs. Kristin, Karen, and Timothy dies after Ion ess Bradish was a veteran of There will be no funeral erft,rs. Fremont Nelson, Mr. and Arthur Whitehill, Mr. and from Chicago, Ill.; Mr. and World War II and the Korean service. The body of the ,.rs. William Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Eastman, Cedric Mrs. Gordon Sykes from W. TOPSHAM-- Harold C. Besides his wife Dorothy of War. tie retired from the de(leased has been donated to [Vln. Edward McLure, Mr. Smith, Philip Nelson, Mr. and Springfield; Dexter Sykes Barnett, 79 of V. Topsham WestTopsham, heissurvivedArmyafter21yearsofservice lht l)arlmoulh Medical ..- z- Mrs. Bruce Beauvais, Mr. Mrs. Alfred LaBay, and Mr. from Bloomington, Ind.; Miss died Monday, Jan. 11, 1982 at by three sons, Frank C. of in 1958. Sk.hool. tm'nd Mrs Bruce Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Itassall Nelson. Lucille While and Miss Millie the St. Johnsbury Con- Westbreok, Conn.; GeogeO. of t Wqmd MrS. Frank Tilghman, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty A iken from Iurlington; valescent Center in St. Deep River, Conn., and John H Stoddard lr. andMrs. Stuart Gooowin, and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Debbie Sykes from Johnsbury, Vt. after a long K. of Ivoryton, Conn.; two q 93, had n6 lr. and Mrs. David Win- Meyette attended the Watch Burlington: Mr. and Mrs. illness, daughters, Virginia Willis of , W,!hester, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Night Service and Pot Luck Reginald White, and Mrs. He was born in Newburgh, W. Topsham, and Beverly farll"ltld in Ne Haverhill enq Canard, Mr and Mrs Gene Supper New Year's Eve at the Stewart While, Timothy, N.Y., Jan. 27, 1902, the son of Filippi of Ivoryton, Conn.; 19 l'erkins and Mr. and Mrs. Newbury Bible Church. Benjamin, and Joshua. Cassius Clayton and Mary grandchildren and three great N. tIAVEIHIILL--CarrollT. Frederick, Stanley and |teven 'Brown from Hyde Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Following dinner, everyone (Hale) Barnett. The family grandchildren; two brothers, Slodt/ard, 93, diedJan. 4atthe (,erald, ailofNorlhHaverhill; i ark, N.Y. The guests sur( Nelson and daughter Marcy returned to the Stewart later moved to Yonkers, N.Y. George H. of California and l,ak Wales ttospital in a daughter, Eh)ise Nickerson nS.ed the hosts with a cart have visited her father Whites' for coffee and visiting, where he attended schools. William H. of White Plains, Florida. of Weslboro, Mass.; 11 !toI ncl gift to wish them well on Francis Haggarty of Panton Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Page On Dec. 4, 1924, he married N.Y.; two sisters, Ellen It( was a naliveof Columbia grandchildren and several and was a self-employed great-grandchildren. nds leir upcoming move to several times at the Mary hosted a group of 48 members Dorothy Kendall who sur- Duncanson and Ethel Barnett s  assachuselts Judy McLure Fletcher Unit of the Medical of the Leete family for dinner vires. Mr. Barnett served 12 both of Teaneck, N.Y., several farmer in N. ltaverhill for 36 Funeral services were held also brought a decorated Center of Vermont in on Christmas Day. years in the U. S. Army, New nieces, nephews and cousins, years, last Friday in the United i'Farewell Cake" for the Burlington where he has Mr. and Mrs. Douglas York 27th Signal Corp. and Funeral services will he Mr. Stoddardwasamember Methodist Church in North , casion. undergone heart bypass Graham and son Douglas Jr. later served in World War II. held Wednesday at the Hale of the United Methodist ilaverhill. The Rev. William vMr" and Mrs. Guy Labounty surgery. After his discharge, he Funeral Home in Bradford Church and the Pink Granite l,. ShaferJr.,willofficiate. ere. overhight guests Miss Lois Nelson returned to resumed his employment with with the Rev. Mark Demers, (;range. both of North h, lieu of flowers, memorial mnnstmas Eve of Mr. and her home in Chicago, Ill., the New York, New Haven and pastor of the Groton Methodist Itaverhill. lie was a former eonlribut ions may be made to ,Vlrs. Leonard Stewart in N. Sunday, I)ec. 27, after spen- Hartford Railroad I)pringfield. Christmas Day ding eight days over Christ- hey joined a group of 18 arnily members at the mas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson. ;e|;tewarts including their Supper guests Saturday :iiaughter and family Mr. and evening, Jan. 2, of Mr. and !Vlrs. James Stewart Kevin Mrs. Guy Labounty were Mr. 7andd_ Santa from W. Ken- and Mrs. Dexter Campbell [lL k, Me. from Woodsy]lie and Mr. and D._"ylaer guests Saturday Mrs. Alfred LaBay. a,m.ng, Jan 2 of Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Roland _lirs. Leroy Nelson were'their Sargent visited her aunt and ,,10:granaoaughter and husband, cousins Mrs. George is tMr. and Mrs. Michael Ringey MacDonald, Mrs. Kenneth ram Middlebury Mrs. McPhee, and Miss Margaret ,ntitlRingey also called on'Jeanette Page in W. Barnet Christmas PacLure. afternoon. Matthew Nelson was an Miss Mary Nelson of g wlvernight guest Saturday, Burlington spent Wednesday 1. 2, of his cousins Mr. and through Sunday over ;ro4t'g. Gene Perkins and Christmas with her parents, halordon: That same night Joe Mr. and Mrs. Hassall Nelson rerkins stayed over with Mr. and her sister Lois, visiting nd Mrs. Fremont Nelson, here from Chicago. Overnight re and Ethan Y guests Christmas Eve were _,, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson, leJPisited Burke Mountain Todd and Heidi from Milton, 57ethaesday, Dec. 30, had and joining the family for SlaUnch at the Lodge, and en- Chrislmas Dinner were Mr. ;ostyed watching the skiers on and Mrs. ttenry Gates, Peter eslopes p F.e . and Melissa. ,al Francis Haggarty of Panton Mr. and Mrs. Calvin "'p'4 nd Mr. and Mrs. William Walker, Jeffrey and Janet ;shiaggarty from Bakersfield, were guests from Christmas I ; lif., were luncheon guests Day through Thursday, Dec. --e.esday, Dec. 23, of Mr. 31, of her parents, Mr. and .,, ntl Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and Mrs. Reginald White and his " aaallghter Marcy. Mrs. Nelson parents, Mr. and Mrs. fl II J'.tdh Marcy returned home Christian Walker in Underhill. thl n them, and Ken joined Miss Cheryl Page and Philip ltl ta for overnight Christmas Page flew in from Salt Lake t w'V e and for Christmas Day. City, Utah, to spend the her,her guests at the Haggar- holidays with their parents, " y_ s Christmas Day were their Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pageand ,aUghter and family, Mrs. Brian. APanet Haggarty, Michael, Callan Dickerson, a student la,aren and Samuel from at the University of Eastern  liddlebury. The Nelsons New Mexico, studying le!turned to I{yegate the petroleum lechnology in niVeningofthe25th. Roswell, N.M., and Mrs. [rid llappy Hour Edward Fox. Gregory and Lee al,_f number of friends and from Grand Island, N.Y., )9,ghbors from the cam- were guests of their parents, c;,duunitv and nearby dined Mr. and Mrs. William ,]l_ e -- ther New Year's Eve' at Dickerson from Dec. 26 to Jan. I tll Happy tlour Restaurant in 3. ' Vells River and then returned White Family ,u a the church here for dessert Gathering Ia,n:tld games. Those in the group A good number of the White .-._almded Mr. and Mrs. Leroy family gathered for dinner at Ill.'lson Mr and Mrs. h;  the ttappy th,ur Restaurant in I TAYLOR-PALMER AGENCY, INC. INSURANCE SERVICE since 18110 29 Main Street Bradford, Vt. t-802-222-5222 ILE ;:;iTl:to clothi.n..q core center " P and dehvery service president of the student held Monday at the First council and received nine Congregational Church m varsity letters in women's Liltleton. The Rev. Thomas sports. She attended Campbell officiated. Breadh)af School of English" Memorial contributions and later taught in Lisbon, may be made to the Wood- ilanover, ttaverhill Academy sville High School Scholarship and Woodsy]lie High School. Fund, Cottage Hospital, or to Mrs. Campbell was a the Woodsville Library. me4nber of the Order of The Ricker Funeral Home Eastern Star of Littleton, an of Woodsy]lie was in charge of incorporator of Cottage arrangements. 00OUSE CON00 ;TRUCTION--mi The Oxbow Vocational C0rp0rati is now accepting applications for construction of a residential home for the school year 1982-83. For further information, call: Russ Hay]land 802-222-5212 Deadline: March 12, 1982 CARD OF THANKS from Goshen spent Thursday through Saturday, Dec. 31 to Jan. 2. with her parents, Mr. The family of MYRTLE MATTOON, wish to and Mrs. William Dickerson, as a Church officiating. Entom- town selectman, the CoUage Hospital of extend their deepest thanks and appreciation for also Mrs. Edward Fox, Greg locomotive engineer, bment will take place in the lieis survived by three sons, Woodsville. and Lee and Callan Diekerson, He retired at age 65 after Sawyer Tomb, Bradford " the cards, flowers and other acts of kindness wbo were visiting there. They more than 40 yl with the pending spring burial in the Munn .--onn.orlon..,--., were joined on Sunday by railroad. Mr. Barnett was a Evergreen Cemetery S. Bill's sister. Mrs. Helen member of the Veterans of Strafford, Vt. . Carroll Mattoon ttorvit from Woodsviile, and celebrated Callan's birthday. Mrs. Esther Tyler from Monroe. N.it., served as lay preacher and conducted the morning worship services Sunday. Dee. 27 and Jan. 3, at the United Presbyterian Foreign Wars and the The Hale Funeral Home of . Gordon Mattoon Engineers.Brtherhd of Railroad arrangements.Bradfrd was in charge, o, We d in Firlee AIRLEE-- Mildred Morgan Galley, both of Fairlee; a step- Fowler Mann died at the son, Ralph H. Mann, of v.o"':n had Hanover Health Care Center Normal, Ill,; and several Alexander on Friday, Jan. 8. nieces and nephews. She was born in Concord, Funeral services were held Church here while Rev. farmed in Pe ham_ Vto N.H., on Dec. 19, 1895, the on Sunday, Jan. I0 at the Marion Redding has been on ac,u,,,,,, daughter of Samueland Elsie Fairlee Federated Church. vacation. PEACIIAM-- Alexander--l,arnel. Morgan. . Burial will be at the Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hilyer Shields Morrison, 93, died at Surviving are his widow, the She was married to the late Alexander Cemetery in Bow, were guests from I)ec. 23 to 28 his home here Tuesday, Jan. 5 former lrenc Tal)lin; a son, Robert Fowler in Concord, N.H., later this spring. over (,hrislmas with their folh)wingalongillness ('harh,s Mm'rison, Pt, acham: N.H., in 1918 and later Godfrey's Funeral Home daughter and family Mr. and Born in Ryegale, Aug. 7, a daughter,. ,,M,s, Robert married the late Ralph ti. was in chargei o[ 'ti Mann in 1960. The Munns had arrangements. ..... , i, . Mrs. Carl Balko, David and 1888, he was son of Joseph ('hrislina) Jackman, Man- lived inFairlee. Memorial donations may be Jenness in Wethersfield, (,handler and Christina Ipelier; two granddaughters, She is survived by a made to the Fairlee Federated Conn. (Shields) Morrison. four grandsons and two great- Town Auditing Mr. Morrison had been a grandsons, daughter, Irene F. Gulley and Church. The Town Auditor- s(If-emploved farmer all his Iris funeral service was held a granddaughter, Mary s-lsabelle Whilehill, Alice orking lit:etimeand for many Saturday at It:00 a.u|. in the Zan,bon, and Jennifer Nelson, years servedasanelderand W. B,rne, Presbyt(rian Richard Welch dies have begun auditing the town lrustee of the United ('hureh with Stanford books at the Town Clerk's lresl)yterian Church i,,West' ' ' after brief illness Office. Warn E. RYEGATE- Richard F. (Bessie) Charlson, Fayet- NOTICE (continued from page 6) does quite well. Now, what are we doing to do with this waste if we cannot burn it? Think what a pile we will have in a short period of time. They tell us there are two solutions; they are both costly, but the upper branches of the government tell us they do not care aboul that. I. The town can have a landfill operation, whereby large pits are dug, the refuse dumped in, and covered each time the dump is open to the public: or 2. we can purchase an incincerator and for umpteen thousands of dollars than man it for operation and bunt for a place Io dispose of the ashes... How much does a small country dump contaminate the air above us? ttow much does a small country dump pollute mother earth? ltas anyone any statistics on how many have died up and down these valleys because of the two above causes? No, this problem is not going away if we just turn our back upon it, we must put out some effort to counteract the beast. The Towns of Warren, Orford, and Piermont are working through Attorney Gardner of White River Jet., and Senator ltumphrey of D.C. to see if any law can be changed or eliminated to allow these t':armless dumps to continue after July l, 1982. If you are inlerested and wish to save yourself and your Iown vast sums of money, let's hear from you now, it will be too late after July I. We are sorry to report the passing of Paul Carlson of Swain Hill. He passed away at the Veteran's ttospitai, in White River Jcl., VI. No schools this snowy winler day. When we walked we made it, now they are Phone 444-2742 Call collect. SEARS ROBUCK, Woodsville, N.H. PIKE STORE, Pike, N.H. McLAM'sSTORE, . Corinth, Vt FAIRLEE GENERAL, Fairlee, Vt. ORFORDVIL IF STORE, Ocfordvilb, N.H. BATH VARIETY STORE, Bath, N.H. CROTON GNERAL STORE, Grotto, Vt. SOUTH RYEGATE STORE, South Ryegate, Vt. WES11N AUTO STORE, 'adtord. Vt. carried they cannot make it. connections and a sign The selectmen urge all to system. They have twelve get their end of year accounts clubs in this system in into the town office. This is a Sullivan and Cheshire busy time of year for the of- Counties and this club rice. suggested an interest. Snowmobile Club Yes the Indians are at it again. Two feet plus of snow and some zero temperatures exit the nerves of these snow people. On Sunday, Jan. 3 a good attendance of the club met at this scenic spot, held a cook- out and then had about a three hour meet ing. We were honored to have as Chuck Elms briefed the people on the Easter Seal Ride-ln. which is scheduled to pass through Warren, Wen- tworlh, Dorchester, Lebanon and Croydon trails to Keene. More details later. The NtlSA is studying an Accident Insurance program, .such as it has in Maine, whereby a one dollar addition in dues would sign up the' Welch. 56, died Sunday night, ,lan. 3. in Cottage llospital, 9,(x)dsville, N.It., following a brief illness. Born in Ryegate, June 1, 1925. he was son of Nelson and Bessie  Batchelder) Welch. A retired technical sergeant in the U.S. Air Force, he had nmde his home here since l!;8. Welcb was a member of the I)isahled American Veterans ('hapler.in St. Johnsbury and .f the Sn|ithsonian Institution. Surviving are his widow, the former Waltraud Brendel; three daughters. Mrs. Michael t eville, N.C.; Mrs. Steven (Karen) Whalen, Woodsville, N.il.. and Andrea Welch, East I',yegate : three grand- daughters: five brothers, Joseph Welch. in Florida; (;ordon and Robert Welch, both of McIndoe; Stanley Welch, Bath, Me. and Francis Welch, Union Village, Conn., and a sister. Mrs. Annie Dunn, Last Ryegatc. Ilis funeral service will be Wednesday. Jan. 6 in the liieker Funeral ltome, Birch lame. Woodsville, N.It. I,aler committal will bein the Grolon Village Cemetery. guests, Chuck Elms, Grafton Counly Director: Elmer Heath, Assistant County Director: Vernon R. Taylor month eleclion of County Sullivan, County Director:, I)ireclors would be held. Our and Harold Wellington, Vice own Chuck Elms not a can- President Cresent Lake didate working for the Regional Sno-riders, from the position, might be persuaded southern part of thestate, h) accept the position for Also present were Mr. and anolher term. Mrs. Joe Lavoie of the Con- The Clubs in this section neclicul Valley Club out of appreciates the good work and Ilaverhiil. hard work Chuck has Under business was the delivered. Annual Meeting in Concord 11 was reported tirol log April 17 and the Easier Seal skidders had been using the ride t(, Keene Feb. 6 and 7., a R.R. bed which belongs to h, nglripfromWarren. I)REI). and roughing il up. This will be at least a two One was overtaken on our trip day ride, and the trails are in In lhis meeling, and after good shape, and so is your explaining to him a few facts machine, and your back. A of life, he gladly smoothed out reporl was given on the last some rough places hc had meetingin Rumney I)ec. 17. caused. These loggers work It was repnrted Ihal VAST hard at making a living, st) we has 14IH) miles of trail, must use diph)macy and good The repair crew of the public relationsforthegoodof culvert at Week's Crossing all concerned. had done their thing, and the A work session is phumed Irouble spnl had been for the Stimson bridge in ren,ovtxl. At the l)ecember (;lencliff. out by Ihe Ray ('hristn,as meeting at Lewis ('al)in h) E. Warren. lmcrofts, it was moved and Assishml County [)irech, r seconded lhal the same of- Ehner [lealh hasspenl timein register of a Sno-mobil par- tieipant. Mw'tle Mattoon dies at 71 II was reported that next BRADFORD-- Myrtle B. Matloon, 71, died Jan. 5 at the Winlerhaven Hospital in Winlerhaven, Fla., after a long illness. She was born April 23, 1910 in Corinth the daughter of Ernest F. and Julia (lloyd Blake. She attended schools in Corinth and Bradford. On Nov. 11. 1933, she nmrried Carrnll F. Mattoon. They had two children, a daughter Boberta, who died in November, 1975, and a son Gordon. She attended the Bradford ('ongregalional Church and TtIETFOI{I) Ruth Bond, 80, died Jan. 8at her home. She was born June 18, 1901 in Bradford, the daughter of Ilenry and Nellie Allen. In 1928 she married 1,awrence Bond and they lived in Thelford all their lives. Mr. Bond died in 1976. She is survived by three was a member of their various organizations. She was also a member of the Rebekah. She is survived by her husband Carroll of Bradford and Winlerhaven, Fla.; her son Gordon of New Haven, Ind.: five grandchildren; and two brothers, Wallace D. Blake of East ttartford, Conn., and Lh)yd V. Blake of Brad- ford. A memorial service will he held in the spring. The tlale Funeral ]lame of Bradford is in charge of arra ngemenls. Ruth Bond dies at 80 The Godfrey Funeral ltome in Ely is in charge of a rra ngements. ricers serve the next year'. Slrafford (!ounly and in Coos daughters, Priscilla Banker of Salary to remain as is, no cost ('ounly inspecling trails, tte Thetford Center, Carolyn of living increase in salary, was also in Shelburne and Walerman of Middlebury, and The Ireasurer's reporl found covered 20:H mil(.'s in this Sally Crt,wley of Barnard; 12 some members had not insi)eelion trip. lie reporls grandchildren: a great- received their NilSA dues tirey imve some very nice granddaughter; several cards. This to be invesligated h'ails, nieces and nephews. and corrected by the More News Memorial services were Treasurer. Maria Garlner is visiting held Sunday afternoon in the Visitor Vernon Tayh,r her' daughler Mrs. Robert Thelford Cenler Methodist reporled on lhe h, ler-Town While al their S. Main St. Church. Trail Syslem. These people home. Maria is originally In lieu of flowers, memorial are working with lhe NilSA to I'rom (;ern,any. conlribulions may be made to connecl and toni]nut trails The roads are in fine con- lhe Thelford FAST Squad, in and a betler system dillon afler all thai rain and Ihroughoul the slale for frail snow. Our hals are off hr lhe care of, Melvin Maxfield, Box road boys for a good job. 7, P(rst Mills, Vl. GOLDEN GLEAMS If you wish to study men you must not neglect to mix with the society of children. --Jesse Torrey. TASKER'S WELL We Need Your Business! Oar00# 603-942=8]73 603-942-5581 ' NORTHWOOD, N.H. TOWN OF TOPSHAM BUDGET MEETING TUESDAY, JANUARY 19TH, 1982 AT7:30 P.M, at Topsham Town Office Proposed use hearing for Revenue Sharing and Regular Town Budget. Citizens are invited to make oral or written suggestions, Actual use report for 1980 Revenue Sharing Funds is on file for inspection. Topsham Town Clerk PUBLICFNOTICE TOWN FAIRLEE Vermont Proposed Use Headne Revenue Shadnll On January 18, 1982 at 10:00 A.M. at the Fairlee Town Hall the Board of Selectmen of the Town of Fairlee will hold a Revenue Sharing Proposed Use Hearing. All citizens (especially senior citizens) are invited to attend and provide the Board of Selectmen with written and oral comments on possible uses of $612.20 of unap- propriated Revenue Sharing Funds in the Town's Revenue Sharing Fund and $21,798.00 of Revenue Sharing Funds and $21,708.00 of Revenue Sharing funds expected by the Town during its 1982 Fiscal Year. PUBLIC F NOTICE TOWN FAIRLEE BUDGET HEARING The Annual Budget Committee Public Hearing required to he held the third Tuesday in the month of January will be held January 19, 1982 at 7:30 P.M. at the Fairlee Town Hall. All citizens are invited to attend and provide the Board of Selectmen and the Budget Committee members with written and oral comments, and questions concerning the town's entire proposed budget and the relationship of Revenue Sharing Funds. The proposed budget can be inspected by the public daily from 9:00 A.M. until 12 Noon and from 1:00 P.M. until 3:00 P.M. in the Town Clerk's Office, Fairlee Town Hall, Fairlee, Vermont.