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January 13, 1982-The Second Opinion-Page 7A THOMAS REALTY00Nc FARMS-HOUSkS-A CREA GE Newbury, Vermont (802) 866-5961 Most of our listEn(Is can be owner-financed. Send for our free listinqs PUBLIC N()TICE FOR SALE AUCTION -589 i William K. Arps, C.P.A. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Financial and Estate Planning Personal and Business Tax Preparation Newbury Village, Newbury, Vermont 05051 (805) 866-5923-4 A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS FULLY STAFFED WITH PROFESSIONAL, PARA- PROFESSIONAL AND CLERICAL PERSONNEL TO PROVIDE ALL LEVELS OF ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, TAX. MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL PLANN I NG SERVICES. IN-NOUtdE CIIqlTEB MAIN STREET 46 E/LSTERN AVE. IIRD VT. ST. JOHNSBURY, VT. (802)222-5270 (802)748-4914 ELECTRIC co., n,€. m m i • ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS • ELECTRICAL SUPPLY SALES STORE • WHIRLPOOL MAJOR APPLIANCES " • SHARP MICROWAVES • JENN-AIR RANGES Store located at 29 Central St. Woodsville, N.H. 747-2722 IIIHIIIMIIIMIIIHHMIIIIIj Second II Opinion Want to sell it? Call us today: We reach over 8000 families. Articles and features a bonus. FOR MORE INFORMATION 802-222-5281 a t I[q,, lu00[00:l i[q=m NOTICE OF HEARING ON ALLOWANCE Of WILL STATE OE VERMONT IN THE MA11ER OF THE ESIATE OF Howard A. Nebbord, Sr. PROBATE COURT FOR 1HE DISTRICT OF gredfo To the hei, s at law and all persons in- terested in the Estate of Howard A. Hubbard, St., late of Newbury, in said DistriCt deceased: You ore notified that o written instrument doted September 29, f981 and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Howard A. Hubbard, Jr., with a petition requesling Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 9th day of february, 1982 at 10:00 am. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont You tony appear then and there to show cause, if any you may have, why the said instrumenl should not be allowed as the Lost Will and Testament of the deceased. Doted this 30th day of December, 1981. /s/Reno N. Vigoeau Juce 1t13 20-27 ESTATE OE BUkV Je Butherferd STATE OF VERMONT PROBATE COURT DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, SS. To oH interested persons: WHEREAS, said Court has assigned the 26th day of January next, fat examining and allowing the accoont of the Special Administrator of the Estate of said Ruby Jo Rutherford, late of Newbury, and for a dacrse of the residue of said Esters to the lawful claimants of the some, and ordered that public notice thersof be given to ell persons interested in said Estate by publishing this order three weeks successively, previous to the day assigned, in the Jouvaai Oldnian a newspaper published at Bradford in said District. THBEIFORE, you are hereby uatified to appear at the Probate Office in Wells River at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, then and there to contest the allowance of said accoont if you see cause, and to establish year right as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. GIVEN ONOfR MY HAND, this 1Bth day of December, 1981. Is/RenaN. Viguaou .be 12130-116-t3 STATE OF VERMONT NOTICE TO CREDITORS DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, SS. -- - - 1"o the Creditors of the Estate of Gornett NOTICE OF HEARING t. Hebb late of Newburv, deceased. ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL Goruatt J. Hebb of Nevoury hereby STATE OF VERMONT states that he has been appointed o perseaol IN THE MATTER Of THE ESTATE OF Eva Nelson representative of the above estate. All creditors baviog claims against the above eslate ore required to present the claim in writing within four months after the date of the first publication hereof to the above personal representative at the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever barred. Dated at Newbury this 28th day of December, 1981. Garnett J. Hebb Persoeml Representative I113-20-27 NOTICE Of HEARING ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE Of Ida M. Burns PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT Of Bradford To the heirs at law and all persoos in- terested in the Eslote of Ida M Burns, late of Bradford, in said District. deceased: You are notified that a written instrument dated May 10. 1977, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said daceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Robert S Burns, with e petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled tar the 9th day of February, 1982 at 10:30 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You may appear then and there to show cause, if any you may have, why the said instrument should not he allowed as the Lost Will and Testament of the deceased. Dated this 31st day of Decer#oer, 1981. / s/Rena N. Vigneau Judge 1 / 13-20-27 • l t/:1 • L [oj I[O s, lSTAT! OF t b blkorferd STATE OF VERMONT PROBATE COURT DISTRICT Of Brndford, ss. To alE interested persons: , application has been made to this Coort by the Administrater praying for kensa and authority to sell ell of the per- sonal estate and dil real  of Rd/Jo Hutherferd, late of , tO dr= ondNOm.s, lace €elsting of hon, outhuildings ix oorls  Id, mrs or lou, located on Brock Hill and ol personal property located in homeplace represanting to sold Court that it would be beneficial to sell mid reel and personal estate and cenvert the same into money. WHEIUEUPON, this Court has assigned the 26th day of January, 1982, at the Probate Dffice in Wells River, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to heor ond decide upon said alication, end ordered public notice thereof be given to dil persons interested therein, by publishing said erda, togd' with the time and place of hearing, thr wks suc- cessively in the Jeered OFinkm, o newsmper which circulates in the nghb'  orhood of those persons interested in said estate, all of which publications shl be previous to the clay assigned for hearing. tlIBIBIIE, you are hereby notified to paponr before said Court, at the time and e assigned, to make your objections to the granting of such license, if you see cause. GIVEN ONDM MY NA, at Wells River in said District, this 181h day of December, 1981. / sl Reno N. Vignoou b* 12130-1/6-13 Tvrnbdl PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF gredford To the heirs=at law and oil persons in- terested in the Estate of Eva Nelson Turnbuil, late of Newbury, in said District, deceased: You are notified that o written instrument dated July 2, 1971 and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Edwin P. Chomberlin, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 8th day of February, 1982 at 10:00 llOUSE TO BUY En JUST REDUCED 6 room, 3 Haverhill, North Haverhill, bedroom home on 5+ or - j Piermont, Warren or Went- acres of rolling Vermont worth. Can have no more than hillside. 8'x16' storage barn,  . it 1300 square feet of living apple orchard, lovely views. sace, must be in good con- NOW $26,900. Century 21 Oil ion, have its own source of Valley Associates of Bradford, [rll L f*  I I  II'--mTATILI kl b d g II] water and documented Bradford, VT222-5544. IT--i-. Ottlq[e]ilk'l_IJ/.lllll([li,i: sewage system. Price up to l:L--c $37,000. Call PORTS ASSOCIATES REAL Martha H. Davies ESTATE, 603-764-9425 in REAL ESTATE At Thetford Pharmacy East Thetford, Vt. 05043 (802) 785-2849 Member Vt.-N.H. MLS Wentworth. 4T--2-3---c NOTES & COMMENTS Few individuals dispute those who assert that they have unusual talent. NO. 4396A -- 10 acres, Oord, NH, $15,000; o blacktop rd., electricity, good for year-round home. NO. 3827 -- SO acres, Bradford, $20,000; wooded; abondol form site. NO. 4302A-- lOocres, Bradferd, S5,3OO;woodadandonChasaHollowRuad. - NO. 4361 A-- l 0 acres, Neoury, $6,900; good views; wooded; near Hall's Lake. NO. 4369B -- 45 acres, Corinth, VT., $13,500; brooks, good growing and mature timber, good for investment and recreation; owner may take back mertgoge. No. 4382B-- I0 acres, Bradford, $5,000; good for recreation home; wooded with brook. NO. 4314 -- Mobile home on 15 acres, Newbury, $19,500.2-3 acres open Iond. No. 4393D-- 3 acres, Pike Hill, Corinth, $5,300. Good house site. a.m, at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You may appear then and there to show cause, if any you may have, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the 1,12o27 ,l(r.;& REAL, ESTATE AGENCYr.rl ....... -!;.... .... , . • 1101'1˘1[ OF NIIIN6 ON ALLOW/U4CE Of WILL STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Nerlxwt W. sebm,m,g PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT Of lmNerd To the heirs at low and ol persons in- terested in the Estate of Nerbert W. Schlichting, late of West Fairies, in said District, deceased: You are notified tht41,writtam instrument dated Octoec 24, 1979, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said daceasad has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Katherine N. Schlichting, with o petition requesting Probate thereof. The horing thereon has been scheduled for the 251h day of January, 1982 at 10:00 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You may appear then md there to show cse, if any you may hove, why the said instrument shodd not be dilowd as the Last W'dl and Testarmmt of the decked. Deed this 17th day of December, 1981. I sl Reua N. Vigneou 12130-116-13 i l elP':l I  DI l [q :l STAIE OF VERMONt NOTICE TO CREDITORS DISIRICT OF BRADEORD, SS. lo the Creditors of the Estate of Edna H. Hebb, late of Newbary, deceased. Garnett J Hehb of Newbury hereby states that he has been appointed o personal represeniotive of the obove estate. All creditors having claims against the above estatE, ore required to present the claim in writing within four months after the date of the first publication hereof to the abofe pc,sorrel .epresentotive at the obeve address or Io tim Registe of the Probate Court at Wells River, VermonL or said claim will be fmevc hared Duted at Newbury finis 28th day of De(elnl,e, 198 ! Gornett J. Hebb Persml Repre sentetlve 1/13 70 27 )ackaged home des00 * Thoughts on (tblaedfrompage5A) propriate panels at the fac- winter roofs through the walls or tory. any point, eliminating Another feature of the !oss by conduction system is the inclusion in the down the roof, under the snow the wood. Another package of insulating window Valley business, Conn- shades, and a passive air-to- cover, it cools and refreezes near or at the eaves. i In . of Ely, fabricates the air heat exchanger for yen- This situation is usually tilation, seen in older houses with steep J e the panels and frame Both traditional and con- roofs. The ridge and about two ctory produced for temporary designs are feet of roof below the ridge are assembly on the available, and such styles as snow clear, with possibly long , there is little loss of the cape, saltbox, colonial, cracks inthesnowpackwhere option in the finished and gambrel are included, the snow has started to slide. One of the factors The firm has built over 45 On newer houses with less in post and beam homes. The nearest is in Lyme slope to the roof, the melting is is the elimination of and they have built homes as more uniform under the whole r supporting partitions far away as Cape Cod and snow pack, so the process is he structure, allowing Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Ed Ruling less noticeable. almost unlimited choice of lives in his own Northern Often the icicles directly plans. Doors and win- Energy Home in Thetford Hill. below the chimney are yellow are installed in a SKN% Technical assistance provided by  Professional Ski Instructors of America ADVISER THE KEY FOR TURNING IS THE ;-iiiC n- OUTSIDE HAND AND KNEE When skiing into a turn, lower your stance and ease your outside hand into the direction of the turn. In this position your inside hand should be held lower than the outside hand, much like the tilt of the wings on a plane when banking into a tum. Remember to keep both hands out front. To get the turn aoino with the lower half of the ,- -. the o - . ""Y, Pm your weight on uEaiae ski. To put your wet ht on • the outst ski, bend  g • " that knee into the turn, much like the bent turnln knee in the sn ' g owplow turn. This will put the outside ski on edge to help YOur holding power in the tum. Reprinted with Permission of Ski Magazine 7831). Bradford-- Excellent building spots off Goshen Rd. three I0 acre lots priced at $9,000 each lot. 784D. Newbury-- Ranch home w-4 bdrms., kitchen & dining combination, bathroom w-laundry chute, 2 finished rooms in basement, root cellar, screened porch, garden spot, I acre. $39,000. 762D. Corinth-- Mobile home w-attractively built addition. 4 bdrms., family rm., basement, kitchen & dining. Located on 2 acres. $29,000. 20 min. to Hanover. 7501). Bradford-- 2 story Cape home w-3 bdrms., kit- chen & dining combination, new cellar w-new furnace. Secluded on 5 acres. $39,000. 749D. Bradford--- Enjoy privacy in this 3 bdrm. ranch home w-fireplaced living rm., sliding glass doors in dining rm., Ig. kitchen, w-w carpet, partially finished full basement. Outdoor fireplace. 1 acre. $,t8,000. O'Brien Realty of Jct. 5 & 25 Bradford, Vt. 05033 Tel: 222-4703 George ll, Broker Edmund Bednarski, Salesman 222-5792 Patricia Jepson, Salesman 222-4788 Albine Leuthold Salesman (603] 747-3372 EXCELLENT INCOME PROPERTY 6 Apartments in two buildings, 6 garages, 4 sheds, and 3 acres +- in good location near town. Two 5-room apartments, two 2-bedroom, and two t-bedroom apartments. $60,000. SPACIOUS TOWN RANCH On main route with good commercial possibilities. Large family room, kitchen with dining area, living room, master bedroom with fuli bath, two other bedrooms, full bath, laundry. Cement basement, level two-third acre lot. $58,900. REDUCED TO $12,000 2 bedroom mobile home in good condition located on year-round road. Has entry area, living room, kitchen with dining area, 2 bedrooms, full hath, and 12 x 15 deck. There is a detached two-car garage, 24 x 24, near the road. Good garden spot on level I acre. IMMACULATE VICTORIAN HOME PLUS DETACHED BUILDING On 2 acre plot, this village home has good possibilities for a business to be set up in the separate building nearby. Home has country kitchen, study, TV room, half bath, dining room, and parlor on the first floor; 4 bedrooms, and new full bath upstairs. House is heated by an oil burner and wood stoves; building has its own oil burner, double sink and cabinets plus attic storage space. A very good buy at $79,000. RICHARDSON ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED 802-2224765 i ATTENTION! FHA Mortgage Money Available [ Payments may he I I I0000TEREST as low as $145.00 NO DOWN Complete & Ready To Move In At PAYMENT $46,000. Now's the time to start your spring building plans! (802) 222-4703 iHuntin;ton Constructio00 Jct. 5 & 25, Bradford, Vt. Huntington Construction Has Building Lots From One Acre To Ten Acres, In Village Or Country Locations. (continued from page 5A) or brown while those along the rest of the roof are blue to white. The staining is due to cresote formation at the very top of the chimney. As snow falls and melts at the top of the chimney, the cresote is dissolved and works its way down the roof to the eaves. The dribs and drabs of snow we have been having lately are very conclusive to this kind of staining. On new houses, I look for "hot spots" on the roof. These usually appear as oval spots on the roof, seldom larger than a sheet of newspaper, where the snow is nearly all melted. This usually indicates a place where the insulation has been improperly installed, directly below the "hot spot". The fix is usually to go into the attic and fix the section of insulation. Sometimes though, you will find the problem is an uninsulated bathroom vent fan or a through the ceiling light fixture. The way to spot an unin- sulated attic is rather easy, look for the roof rafters. Two or three days after a snow, 'look for lines running from the roof ridge to the eaves. These will appear as parellel lines. The snow will be a little deeper along the lines than between them. This usually indicates a poorly insulated attic. The heat passing through the roof board melts the snow faster than where the heat has to pass through the rafters. Roof watching can be an interesting pastime as you travel the countryside. It can also give you some clues about your own house, if you take a look. If you have any questions about what you see while roof watching, give mea call at the Extension office, 7413-8177, and we can compare notes. Lastly, I'd like to wish everyone a happy and energy efficient New Year. AVAILABLE FOR IM- MEDIATE occupancy. A one and a two bedroom apart- ment. Both with bath, wall to wall carpeting, kitchen ap- pliances. Heat, lights, hot water, gas, and rubbish removal included in rent. Security deposit required. No children or pets in this well managed ])uilding. Mt. Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 787-6280 or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. 4--tf---e FOR RENT-- 3 room apar- tment. Newly redecorated. Stove and Refrigerator. Heat and hot water furnished. Security and references. 3- 747-2006. 8T2-3---€ • I- MOBILE HOMES-- End of year specials, new 14' wide with pitched roof, 2 bedrooms. $13,000. Used 3 bedroom 12' x 60', set up for wood heater, extra clean $6995. 1 bedroom efficiency home, very com- fortable. $2995. Over 50 homes to choose from. Miteh's Mobile Homes, Rt. 10, Woodsville. 603-747-3376. 4T--t-13.--˘ MOBILE HOMES-- Several homes for rent or partial financing available• Both homes all set up in quiet park in Woodsville. 603-747-3335. 4T--I-I3-- a ..... -- II III 1968 VOI, KSWAGON-- Fastback (;lean, low mileage. All neu' exhausl and heat sys, lem. (omplete tune-up. N( I)altery. 2 new tires. Asking ..)75. Call 802-222-5728. 'rE-- I-(P-- DOG BOARDING-- Reasonable rates, personal care, heated kennel, in- dividual runs, stereo music, hours by appointment. Gisela Clogston, West Corinth, 802- 439-6261. 8T--I-27-82-- FOR SALE" Antique Laconia- No. 3 Parlor Stove, aluminum storm door, antique wooden washing machine, guitars by Oscar Schmidt, in mint condition, ImportEd glasses I.E., Pilsner brand y inholers, goblets etc., each item. iin excellent condition and priced to sell. 802457-2627. IT--I- 13--c OFFSET PRESS-- AB Dick. Model 326. Prints up to 8t/a x 14" sheet with counter and other controls. The press comes with a supply cabinet which is used as a stand for thepress. It also has a i la e- holder cabinet. A good )r n- ting press. $850. Firm. C dl before 5 p,m. 802-222-5281. tf--I l-lB--p FOI{ HAl,E-- Apt. size gas sh)w, $65. Upright freezer $125. L()ls of affordable used honle tnrnishings. Bargain hnnters ,cond itand Store across froth Flanders and Patch. Miracle Mile, Lebanon, ()pen every day 10-6. Buy-Sell- Trade. 4T.-- 1-27---€ WANTED WANTED-- Old or Antique Fishing Equipment and oldor used booEs on hunting or fishing. Maccals Antique Salon, Fairlee, Vt. 802-333- 9210. tf--8-19--c WANTED-- Used or ol(t decoys, old books on hunting and fishing. Write Box 454, Bradford, Vt. 05033. Tf--nc WANTED-- Engine to fit 197b Subaru. Must be in good running condition and inex- pensive. Call 802-222-9028 anytime, tf--ll-ta--p WANTED-- Littleton Poy Scout Troop 209 needs uniforms and rope. Please call Scout Master John Pilgrim. 603-444-2033 or 444-5988. tf--ll- 25--ne STAff Of VIRMONT NOTICE TO ClIEINTOI$ DISTRICT Of BRADFORD, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of Edith M Minkema late of Corinth, deceased. Morjorie Just/e of 93 Sheppord Drive, Warwick, R.I. 02887 hereby states that she has been appointed o personal represeatative of the above estate. All creditors having claims against the above estate ore required to present the claim in writing within fou˘ months after the date of the first publication hereof to the above persanol representative at the obovs address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever borred. Doted at Bradford this 28th day of December, 1981. Marjer N. Jtce IreeeM lslweeeattthm I16-13-20 ilAVE JOBS around the house lhat need,, doing, but not [he tinle or know-how? (;all BJ's lhlndvman Service after 5, 024:!)-53!)1. Also. snow and it'(, renloval. Reasotulble. 8T--2-24--c NOTES & COMMENTS W, ork is a word misun- derstood by many of the ()PEN YOUR OWN retail apparel shop. Offer the latest in jeans, denims and sport- swear. $11,950.00 includes inventory, fixtures, etc. Complete Store! Open in as little as 2 weeks anywhere in U.S.A. (Also infants and children's shop). Call MR. LEE 1-800-8744780. IT--l- younger generation. II II PUBLIC NOTICE The Town of Newbury has submitted its report on the actual expenditures of Revenue Sharing funds for 1980 to the Bureau of Census. This report and supporting documentaUon are available for public inspection at the Town Clerk's Office during office hours. Barbara M. Welch Town Clerk NOTICE PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING Newbury Village Hall January 18, 1982 at 7:30 PM SUBJECT: TAX STABILIZATION CONTRACT WITH WELLS RIVER HYDRO ASSOCIATES Newbury Selectmen John Meyette Kenneth Alger • Richard Rosen NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARINGS TOWN OF NEWBURY A Budget Hearing will be held on Tuesday, January 26, 1982 at 7:30 P.M. at the Town Clerk's Office to develop a proposed town budget for 1982, including uses of Revenue Sharing funds. Citins will be given the opportunity to make oral or written suggestions regarding possible use of Revenue Sharing money. Revenue Sharing money available for 1982 -- $59,593.00. A second hearing will be held on Wednesday, January 27, 1982 at 7:30 P.M. at the Town Clerk's Office to finalize the proposed budget, including uses of Revenue Sharing money, which will then be published in the Annual Town Report. Copies of the Town Report will be distributed to the citizens of Newbury prior to the Annual Town Meeting which will be held on Tuesday, March 2, 1982, starting at 10:00 A.M. At the Annual Town Meeting citizens may make comments on and offer amendments to the enUre proposed budget, including uses of Revenue Sharing funds, before being adopted. Barbara M. Welch Town Clerk AUCTION ANTIQUES AND IIOUSEllOI,i) (;()O!) UNCLAIMED STOI{A(;E IA)TS AT PUI|IJC AUCTION SATURDAY. JANUAI{Y 16, 1982. AT 9:(;{) A.M. LEBANON, N.iI. AT BAI{BEll AND (;BAY'S WAREllt)USE. TAKE EXIT 19 OFF 18!). WAT('ll FOR AU('TION SIGNS. You will find this to he a very interesting auction. This is only a partial listing due to the fact that it is not all unpacked. ANTIQUES AND IIOUSEiiOIJ) FURNITURE Mahogany inlaid bow [ront chest, mohogany bow slant I'ront ladies desk with china top, mahogany china closet, round marble inlaid table with marble base, hlanket clwst, carvcd library tahle, ball & claw foot drop leaf table, 6 drawer chest with hat hox, oak 9 drawer chest, ladies pressed sewing rocker, several 3, t t. & . dra   I t h sis, .| (In a wer oak chest. 4 drawer bow front chest, 5 drawer inlaid chesi, ohi Franklin stove, ohl Wyoming pot-bellied stove, gate leg table, tilt-top tahles, rush seated chairs, ladder hack chain's, oak pressed hack arm chairs, slant front desk, grand. lathers cltwk, bedrmnt set. ladder back rocker, childs h,hler back rt'kcr, mahogany bow front buffet, 2 nlahogany beds, Imokcasc, upri#tt piano, Empire gantc tahle, several wicker baskets, drop leaf tables, large womlen dollhonse, sterling pitcher and silver- ware. England china, vases, brass pieces, old flat irons, kerosenc lannl)s" lintare, early lighting pieces, Royal I)oulton china, cut glass, Ilavihtnd ('hina, 2 door rctrigeratnr, washer and dryer, stove and hundreds of other items. Come early and plan to stay late. Sale will go on regardless of weather. Positive sale, terms cash. Sale by order of trueking company. Come prepared to lug it away. Everything must be removed day of sale. Positive sale. Terms cash or a letter from your bank guaranteeing your check. Sale by order of Seeured Party. Sale under management of Barber Sales, lne. Lebanon, N.H. Tel: 603-448-3366. AUCTIONEERS: J. W. BARBER AND LARRY GRAY. LIC. NO.: 2103. January 13, 1982-The Second Opinion-Page 7A THOMAS REALTY00Nc FARMS-HOUSkS-A CREA GE Newbury, Vermont (802) 866-5961 Most of our listEn(Is can be owner-financed. Send for our free listinqs PUBLIC N()TICE FOR SALE AUCTION -589 i William K. Arps, C.P.A. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Financial and Estate Planning Personal and Business Tax Preparation Newbury Village, Newbury, Vermont 05051 (805) 866-5923-4 A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS FULLY STAFFED WITH PROFESSIONAL, PARA- PROFESSIONAL AND CLERICAL PERSONNEL TO PROVIDE ALL LEVELS OF ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, TAX. MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL PLANN I NG SERVICES. IN-NOUtdE CIIqlTEB MAIN STREET 46 E/LSTERN AVE. IIRD VT. ST. JOHNSBURY, VT. (802)222-5270 (802)748-4914 ELECTRIC co., n,€. m m i • ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS • ELECTRICAL SUPPLY SALES STORE • WHIRLPOOL MAJOR APPLIANCES " • SHARP MICROWAVES • JENN-AIR RANGES Store located at 29 Central St. Woodsville, N.H. 747-2722 IIIHIIIMIIIMIIIHHMIIIIIj Second II Opinion Want to sell it? Call us today: We reach over 8000 families. Articles and features a bonus. FOR MORE INFORMATION 802-222-5281 a t I[q,, lu00[00:l i[q=m NOTICE OF HEARING ON ALLOWANCE Of WILL STATE OE VERMONT IN THE MA11ER OF THE ESIATE OF Howard A. Nebbord, Sr. PROBATE COURT FOR 1HE DISTRICT OF gredfo To the hei, s at law and all persons in- terested in the Estate of Howard A. Hubbard, St., late of Newbury, in said DistriCt deceased: You ore notified that o written instrument doted September 29, f981 and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Howard A. Hubbard, Jr., with a petition requesling Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 9th day of february, 1982 at 10:00 am. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont You tony appear then and there to show cause, if any you may have, why the said instrumenl should not be allowed as the Lost Will and Testament of the deceased. Doted this 30th day of December, 1981. /s/Reno N. Vigoeau Juce 1t13 20-27 ESTATE OE BUkV Je Butherferd STATE OF VERMONT PROBATE COURT DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, SS. To oH interested persons: WHEREAS, said Court has assigned the 26th day of January next, fat examining and allowing the accoont of the Special Administrator of the Estate of said Ruby Jo Rutherford, late of Newbury, and for a dacrse of the residue of said Esters to the lawful claimants of the some, and ordered that public notice thersof be given to ell persons interested in said Estate by publishing this order three weeks successively, previous to the day assigned, in the Jouvaai Oldnian a newspaper published at Bradford in said District. THBEIFORE, you are hereby uatified to appear at the Probate Office in Wells River at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, then and there to contest the allowance of said accoont if you see cause, and to establish year right as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. GIVEN ONOfR MY HAND, this 1Bth day of December, 1981. Is/RenaN. Viguaou .be 12130-116-t3 STATE OF VERMONT NOTICE TO CREDITORS DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, SS. -- - - 1"o the Creditors of the Estate of Gornett NOTICE OF HEARING t. Hebb late of Newburv, deceased. ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL Goruatt J. Hebb of Nevoury hereby STATE OF VERMONT states that he has been appointed o perseaol IN THE MATTER Of THE ESTATE OF Eva Nelson representative of the above estate. All creditors baviog claims against the above eslate ore required to present the claim in writing within four months after the date of the first publication hereof to the above personal representative at the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever barred. Dated at Newbury this 28th day of December, 1981. Garnett J. Hebb Persoeml Representative I113-20-27 NOTICE Of HEARING ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE Of Ida M. Burns PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT Of Bradford To the heirs at law and all persoos in- terested in the Eslote of Ida M Burns, late of Bradford, in said District. deceased: You are notified that a written instrument dated May 10. 1977, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said daceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Robert S Burns, with e petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled tar the 9th day of February, 1982 at 10:30 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You may appear then and there to show cause, if any you may have, why the said instrument should not he allowed as the Lost Will and Testament of the deceased. Dated this 31st day of Decer#oer, 1981. / s/Rena N. Vigneau Judge 1 / 13-20-27 • l t/:1 • L [oj I[O s, lSTAT! OF t b blkorferd STATE OF VERMONT PROBATE COURT DISTRICT Of Brndford, ss. To alE interested persons: , application has been made to this Coort by the Administrater praying for kensa and authority to sell ell of the per- sonal estate and dil real  of Rd/Jo Hutherferd, late of , tO dr= ondNOm.s, lace €elsting of hon, outhuildings ix oorls  Id, mrs or lou, located on Brock Hill and ol personal property located in homeplace represanting to sold Court that it would be beneficial to sell mid reel and personal estate and cenvert the same into money. WHEIUEUPON, this Court has assigned the 26th day of January, 1982, at the Probate Dffice in Wells River, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to heor ond decide upon said alication, end ordered public notice thereof be given to dil persons interested therein, by publishing said erda, togd' with the time and place of hearing, thr wks suc- cessively in the Jeered OFinkm, o newsmper which circulates in the nghb'  orhood of those persons interested in said estate, all of which publications shl be previous to the clay assigned for hearing. tlIBIBIIE, you are hereby notified to paponr before said Court, at the time and e assigned, to make your objections to the granting of such license, if you see cause. GIVEN ONDM MY NA, at Wells River in said District, this 181h day of December, 1981. / sl Reno N. Vignoou b* 12130-1/6-13 Tvrnbdl PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF gredford To the heirs=at law and oil persons in- terested in the Estate of Eva Nelson Turnbuil, late of Newbury, in said District, deceased: You are notified that o written instrument dated July 2, 1971 and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Edwin P. Chomberlin, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 8th day of February, 1982 at 10:00 llOUSE TO BUY En JUST REDUCED 6 room, 3 Haverhill, North Haverhill, bedroom home on 5+ or - j Piermont, Warren or Went- acres of rolling Vermont worth. Can have no more than hillside. 8'x16' storage barn,  . it 1300 square feet of living apple orchard, lovely views. sace, must be in good con- NOW $26,900. Century 21 Oil ion, have its own source of Valley Associates of Bradford, [rll L f*  I I  II'--mTATILI kl b d g II] water and documented Bradford, VT222-5544. IT--i-. Ottlq[e]ilk'l_IJ/.lllll([li,i: sewage system. Price up to l:L--c $37,000. Call PORTS ASSOCIATES REAL Martha H. Davies ESTATE, 603-764-9425 in REAL ESTATE At Thetford Pharmacy East Thetford, Vt. 05043 (802) 785-2849 Member Vt.-N.H. MLS Wentworth. 4T--2-3---c NOTES & COMMENTS Few individuals dispute those who assert that they have unusual talent. NO. 4396A -- 10 acres, Oord, NH, $15,000; o blacktop rd., electricity, good for year-round home. NO. 3827 -- SO acres, Bradford, $20,000; wooded; abondol form site. NO. 4302A-- lOocres, Bradferd, S5,3OO;woodadandonChasaHollowRuad. - NO. 4361 A-- l 0 acres, Neoury, $6,900; good views; wooded; near Hall's Lake. NO. 4369B -- 45 acres, Corinth, VT., $13,500; brooks, good growing and mature timber, good for investment and recreation; owner may take back mertgoge. No. 4382B-- I0 acres, Bradford, $5,000; good for recreation home; wooded with brook. NO. 4314 -- Mobile home on 15 acres, Newbury, $19,500.2-3 acres open Iond. No. 4393D-- 3 acres, Pike Hill, Corinth, $5,300. Good house site. a.m, at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You may appear then and there to show cause, if any you may have, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the 1,12o27 ,l(r.;& REAL, ESTATE AGENCYr.rl ....... -!;.... .... , . • 1101'1˘1[ OF NIIIN6 ON ALLOW/U4CE Of WILL STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Nerlxwt W. sebm,m,g PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT Of lmNerd To the heirs at low and ol persons in- terested in the Estate of Nerbert W. Schlichting, late of West Fairies, in said District, deceased: You are notified tht41,writtam instrument dated Octoec 24, 1979, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said daceasad has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Katherine N. Schlichting, with o petition requesting Probate thereof. The horing thereon has been scheduled for the 251h day of January, 1982 at 10:00 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You may appear then md there to show cse, if any you may hove, why the said instrument shodd not be dilowd as the Last W'dl and Testarmmt of the decked. Deed this 17th day of December, 1981. I sl Reua N. Vigneou 12130-116-13 i l elP':l I  DI l [q :l STAIE OF VERMONt NOTICE TO CREDITORS DISIRICT OF BRADEORD, SS. lo the Creditors of the Estate of Edna H. Hebb, late of Newbary, deceased. Garnett J Hehb of Newbury hereby states that he has been appointed o personal represeniotive of the obove estate. All creditors having claims against the above estatE, ore required to present the claim in writing within four months after the date of the first publication hereof to the abofe pc,sorrel .epresentotive at the obeve address or Io tim Registe of the Probate Court at Wells River, VermonL or said claim will be fmevc hared Duted at Newbury finis 28th day of De(elnl,e, 198 ! Gornett J. Hebb Persml Repre sentetlve 1/13 70 27 )ackaged home des00 * Thoughts on (tblaedfrompage5A) propriate panels at the fac- winter roofs through the walls or tory. any point, eliminating Another feature of the !oss by conduction system is the inclusion in the down the roof, under the snow the wood. Another package of insulating window Valley business, Conn- shades, and a passive air-to- cover, it cools and refreezes near or at the eaves. i In . of Ely, fabricates the air heat exchanger for yen- This situation is usually tilation, seen in older houses with steep J e the panels and frame Both traditional and con- roofs. The ridge and about two ctory produced for temporary designs are feet of roof below the ridge are assembly on the available, and such styles as snow clear, with possibly long , there is little loss of the cape, saltbox, colonial, cracks inthesnowpackwhere option in the finished and gambrel are included, the snow has started to slide. One of the factors The firm has built over 45 On newer houses with less in post and beam homes. The nearest is in Lyme slope to the roof, the melting is is the elimination of and they have built homes as more uniform under the whole r supporting partitions far away as Cape Cod and snow pack, so the process is he structure, allowing Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Ed Ruling less noticeable. almost unlimited choice of lives in his own Northern Often the icicles directly plans. Doors and win- Energy Home in Thetford Hill. below the chimney are yellow are installed in a SKN% Technical assistance provided by  Professional Ski Instructors of America ADVISER THE KEY FOR TURNING IS THE ;-iiiC n- OUTSIDE HAND AND KNEE When skiing into a turn, lower your stance and ease your outside hand into the direction of the turn. In this position your inside hand should be held lower than the outside hand, much like the tilt of the wings on a plane when banking into a tum. Remember to keep both hands out front. To get the turn aoino with the lower half of the ,- -. the o - . ""Y, Pm your weight on uEaiae ski. To put your wet ht on • the outst ski, bend  g • " that knee into the turn, much like the bent turnln knee in the sn ' g owplow turn. This will put the outside ski on edge to help YOur holding power in the tum. Reprinted with Permission of Ski Magazine 7831). Bradford-- Excellent building spots off Goshen Rd. three I0 acre lots priced at $9,000 each lot. 784D. Newbury-- Ranch home w-4 bdrms., kitchen & dining combination, bathroom w-laundry chute, 2 finished rooms in basement, root cellar, screened porch, garden spot, I acre. $39,000. 762D. Corinth-- Mobile home w-attractively built addition. 4 bdrms., family rm., basement, kitchen & dining. Located on 2 acres. $29,000. 20 min. to Hanover. 7501). Bradford-- 2 story Cape home w-3 bdrms., kit- chen & dining combination, new cellar w-new furnace. Secluded on 5 acres. $39,000. 749D. Bradford--- Enjoy privacy in this 3 bdrm. ranch home w-fireplaced living rm., sliding glass doors in dining rm., Ig. kitchen, w-w carpet, partially finished full basement. Outdoor fireplace. 1 acre. $,t8,000. O'Brien Realty of Jct. 5 & 25 Bradford, Vt. 05033 Tel: 222-4703 George ll, Broker Edmund Bednarski, Salesman 222-5792 Patricia Jepson, Salesman 222-4788 Albine Leuthold Salesman (603] 747-3372 EXCELLENT INCOME PROPERTY 6 Apartments in two buildings, 6 garages, 4 sheds, and 3 acres +- in good location near town. Two 5-room apartments, two 2-bedroom, and two t-bedroom apartments. $60,000. SPACIOUS TOWN RANCH On main route with good commercial possibilities. Large family room, kitchen with dining area, living room, master bedroom with fuli bath, two other bedrooms, full bath, laundry. Cement basement, level two-third acre lot. $58,900. REDUCED TO $12,000 2 bedroom mobile home in good condition located on year-round road. Has entry area, living room, kitchen with dining area, 2 bedrooms, full hath, and 12 x 15 deck. There is a detached two-car garage, 24 x 24, near the road. Good garden spot on level I acre. IMMACULATE VICTORIAN HOME PLUS DETACHED BUILDING On 2 acre plot, this village home has good possibilities for a business to be set up in the separate building nearby. Home has country kitchen, study, TV room, half bath, dining room, and parlor on the first floor; 4 bedrooms, and new full bath upstairs. House is heated by an oil burner and wood stoves; building has its own oil burner, double sink and cabinets plus attic storage space. A very good buy at $79,000. RICHARDSON ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED 802-2224765 i ATTENTION! FHA Mortgage Money Available [ Payments may he I I I0000TEREST as low as $145.00 NO DOWN Complete & Ready To Move In At PAYMENT $46,000. Now's the time to start your spring building plans! (802) 222-4703 iHuntin;ton Constructio00 Jct. 5 & 25, Bradford, Vt. Huntington Construction Has Building Lots From One Acre To Ten Acres, In Village Or Country Locations. (continued from page 5A) or brown while those along the rest of the roof are blue to white. The staining is due to cresote formation at the very top of the chimney. As snow falls and melts at the top of the chimney, the cresote is dissolved and works its way down the roof to the eaves. The dribs and drabs of snow we have been having lately are very conclusive to this kind of staining. On new houses, I look for "hot spots" on the roof. These usually appear as oval spots on the roof, seldom larger than a sheet of newspaper, where the snow is nearly all melted. This usually indicates a place where the insulation has been improperly installed, directly below the "hot spot". The fix is usually to go into the attic and fix the section of insulation. Sometimes though, you will find the problem is an uninsulated bathroom vent fan or a through the ceiling light fixture. The way to spot an unin- sulated attic is rather easy, look for the roof rafters. Two or three days after a snow, 'look for lines running from the roof ridge to the eaves. These will appear as parellel lines. The snow will be a little deeper along the lines than between them. This usually indicates a poorly insulated attic. The heat passing through the roof board melts the snow faster than where the heat has to pass through the rafters. Roof watching can be an interesting pastime as you travel the countryside. It can also give you some clues about your own house, if you take a look. If you have any questions about what you see while roof watching, give mea call at the Extension office, 7413-8177, and we can compare notes. Lastly, I'd like to wish everyone a happy and energy efficient New Year. AVAILABLE FOR IM- MEDIATE occupancy. A one and a two bedroom apart- ment. Both with bath, wall to wall carpeting, kitchen ap- pliances. Heat, lights, hot water, gas, and rubbish removal included in rent. Security deposit required. No children or pets in this well managed ])uilding. Mt. Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 787-6280 or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. 4--tf---e FOR RENT-- 3 room apar- tment. Newly redecorated. Stove and Refrigerator. Heat and hot water furnished. Security and references. 3- 747-2006. 8T2-3---€ • I- MOBILE HOMES-- End of year specials, new 14' wide with pitched roof, 2 bedrooms. $13,000. Used 3 bedroom 12' x 60', set up for wood heater, extra clean $6995. 1 bedroom efficiency home, very com- fortable. $2995. Over 50 homes to choose from. Miteh's Mobile Homes, Rt. 10, Woodsville. 603-747-3376. 4T--t-13.--˘ MOBILE HOMES-- Several homes for rent or partial financing available• Both homes all set up in quiet park in Woodsville. 603-747-3335. 4T--I-I3-- a ..... -- II III 1968 VOI, KSWAGON-- Fastback (;lean, low mileage. All neu' exhausl and heat sys, lem. (omplete tune-up. N( I)altery. 2 new tires. Asking ..)75. Call 802-222-5728. 'rE-- I-(P-- DOG BOARDING-- Reasonable rates, personal care, heated kennel, in- dividual runs, stereo music, hours by appointment. Gisela Clogston, West Corinth, 802- 439-6261. 8T--I-27-82-- FOR SALE" Antique Laconia- No. 3 Parlor Stove, aluminum storm door, antique wooden washing machine, guitars by Oscar Schmidt, in mint condition, ImportEd glasses I.E., Pilsner brand y inholers, goblets etc., each item. iin excellent condition and priced to sell. 802457-2627. IT--I- 13--c OFFSET PRESS-- AB Dick. Model 326. Prints up to 8t/a x 14" sheet with counter and other controls. The press comes with a supply cabinet which is used as a stand for thepress. It also has a i la e- holder cabinet. A good )r n- ting press. $850. Firm. C dl before 5 p,m. 802-222-5281. tf--I l-lB--p FOI{ HAl,E-- Apt. size gas sh)w, $65. Upright freezer $125. L()ls of affordable used honle tnrnishings. Bargain hnnters ,cond itand Store across froth Flanders and Patch. Miracle Mile, Lebanon, ()pen every day 10-6. Buy-Sell- Trade. 4T.-- 1-27---€ WANTED WANTED-- Old or Antique Fishing Equipment and oldor used booEs on hunting or fishing. Maccals Antique Salon, Fairlee, Vt. 802-333- 9210. tf--8-19--c WANTED-- Used or ol(t decoys, old books on hunting and fishing. Write Box 454, Bradford, Vt. 05033. Tf--nc WANTED-- Engine to fit 197b Subaru. Must be in good running condition and inex- pensive. Call 802-222-9028 anytime, tf--ll-ta--p WANTED-- Littleton Poy Scout Troop 209 needs uniforms and rope. Please call Scout Master John Pilgrim. 603-444-2033 or 444-5988. tf--ll- 25--ne STAff Of VIRMONT NOTICE TO ClIEINTOI$ DISTRICT Of BRADFORD, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of Edith M Minkema late of Corinth, deceased. Morjorie Just/e of 93 Sheppord Drive, Warwick, R.I. 02887 hereby states that she has been appointed o personal represeatative of the above estate. All creditors having claims against the above estate ore required to present the claim in writing within fou˘ months after the date of the first publication hereof to the above persanol representative at the obovs address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever borred. Doted at Bradford this 28th day of December, 1981. Marjer N. Jtce IreeeM lslweeeattthm I16-13-20 ilAVE JOBS around the house lhat need,, doing, but not [he tinle or know-how? (;all BJ's lhlndvman Service after 5, 024:!)-53!)1. Also. snow and it'(, renloval. Reasotulble. 8T--2-24--c NOTES & COMMENTS W, ork is a word misun- derstood by many of the ()PEN YOUR OWN retail apparel shop. Offer the latest in jeans, denims and sport- swear. $11,950.00 includes inventory, fixtures, etc. Complete Store! Open in as little as 2 weeks anywhere in U.S.A. (Also infants and children's shop). Call MR. LEE 1-800-8744780. IT--l- younger generation. II II PUBLIC NOTICE The Town of Newbury has submitted its report on the actual expenditures of Revenue Sharing funds for 1980 to the Bureau of Census. This report and supporting documentaUon are available for public inspection at the Town Clerk's Office during office hours. Barbara M. Welch Town Clerk NOTICE PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING Newbury Village Hall January 18, 1982 at 7:30 PM SUBJECT: TAX STABILIZATION CONTRACT WITH WELLS RIVER HYDRO ASSOCIATES Newbury Selectmen John Meyette Kenneth Alger • Richard Rosen NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARINGS TOWN OF NEWBURY A Budget Hearing will be held on Tuesday, January 26, 1982 at 7:30 P.M. at the Town Clerk's Office to develop a proposed town budget for 1982, including uses of Revenue Sharing funds. Citins will be given the opportunity to make oral or written suggestions regarding possible use of Revenue Sharing money. Revenue Sharing money available for 1982 -- $59,593.00. A second hearing will be held on Wednesday, January 27, 1982 at 7:30 P.M. at the Town Clerk's Office to finalize the proposed budget, including uses of Revenue Sharing money, which will then be published in the Annual Town Report. Copies of the Town Report will be distributed to the citizens of Newbury prior to the Annual Town Meeting which will be held on Tuesday, March 2, 1982, starting at 10:00 A.M. At the Annual Town Meeting citizens may make comments on and offer amendments to the enUre proposed budget, including uses of Revenue Sharing funds, before being adopted. Barbara M. Welch Town Clerk AUCTION ANTIQUES AND IIOUSEllOI,i) (;()O!) UNCLAIMED STOI{A(;E IA)TS AT PUI|IJC AUCTION SATURDAY. JANUAI{Y 16, 1982. AT 9:(;{) A.M. LEBANON, N.iI. AT BAI{BEll AND (;BAY'S WAREllt)USE. TAKE EXIT 19 OFF 18!). WAT('ll FOR AU('TION SIGNS. You will find this to he a very interesting auction. This is only a partial listing due to the fact that it is not all unpacked. ANTIQUES AND IIOUSEiiOIJ) FURNITURE Mahogany inlaid bow [ront chest, mohogany bow slant I'ront ladies desk with china top, mahogany china closet, round marble inlaid table with marble base, hlanket clwst, carvcd library tahle, ball & claw foot drop leaf table, 6 drawer chest with hat hox, oak 9 drawer chest, ladies pressed sewing rocker, several 3, t t. & . dra   I t h sis, .| (In a wer oak chest. 4 dra wer bow front chest, 5 drawer inlaid chesi, ohi Franklin stove, ohl Wyoming pot-bellied stove, gate leg table, tilt-top tahles, rush seated chairs, ladder hack chain's, oak pressed hack arm chairs, slant front desk, grand. lathers cltwk, bedrmnt set. ladder back rocker, childs h,hler back rt'kcr, mahogany bow front buffet, 2 nlahogany beds, Imokcasc, upri#tt piano, Empire gantc tahle, several wicker baskets, drop leaf tables, large womlen dollhonse, sterling pitcher and silver- ware. England china, vases, brass pieces, old flat irons, kerosenc lannl)s" lintare, early lighting pieces, Royal I)oulton china, cut glass, Ilavihtnd ('hina, 2 door rctrigeratnr, washer and dryer, stove and hundreds of other items. Come early and plan to stay late. Sale will go on regardless of weather. Positive sale, terms cash. Sale by order of trueking company. Come prepared to lug it away. Everything must be removed day of sale. Positive sale. Terms cash or a letter from your bank guaranteeing your check. Sale by order of Seeured Party. Sale under management of Barber Sales, lne. Lebanon, N.H. Tel: 603-448-3366. AUCTIONEERS: J. W. BARBER AND LARRY GRAY. LIC. NO.: 2103.