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, January I1, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 cationS&apos; ke eve : thousa # YMCAyouth.governmentprograminN.H. isset |: i: t II t:[t [=!llillt, Ilam shil ,"4tale YM('A .llicials Io lepresent theni m ('.lword .March 21', Students this year's program ',',ill in- .ulh aim (;o\\;,rlmwnl {hu state Ir.ram alld cou ill r'xi' purtoses and "ol\\;re' .tl)oul :l()0 delegates I'r,lanl has I),.,ell un,.h'ru, ay sider the h,vchqmlt'nt ol hills pruc,,dures 1 lhe |)i'ot.4raln repl't,senling t'omrimnilics all Yednesdav Jan. II slllt'c lilt' Slate YM('.\\; Con] or tm|('uliat h'gislalhm. All ;llld 'elect aH hldixgdual tO o,(Tlhest;Ih'. IHL,\\;I)I"()I{I) Vilhigetrustees. 6::0p.m. milhu met iH latu (k'hd)t'r hills ]t'xehqed at Ihe district sel\\;castllis'.,eal"StZoverllor. \\;%'ilh this kind ot response, t"All{l.EEl'hmniligl,oard, 7::;0P.m. im(h,v thu cliairmaushil ol h,\\;ul ale suhmillod Io the Tlwlulall'hascoflhcYoulh the New Ilanqxshirc Slate \\;%'()I)I)SVII,I,E Ilaverhill Cootxwalive School Board, ,lamus I I:X.eil. I.imu) speaker Slalu 3 M(',,\\; .llice by March i and (;mcrnlwiil I'rograln is YMI'A ill conlinuc hi cn- \\;\oodsvilleEelm'iHarvSchool,7::10p.in. .I the N I1 Ilouse ol I. he contlfih'd inlu I)illtouks the aclual Model I.egislature coural-te young p('olale to |l \\;%O()I)SVIIAJ':: hnprovcniellll'orp.,7::10p.m, ih,prc<.czHatlxcs used at lilt lrch'gislalie al lhe Slale ('al)ihd lhe beclllll(' involved wilh their r # AID ICE--Icicles from water of fire hoses form on back stairs of Bradford home that was blaze. Smith Auto Sales Route 120 Lebanon, N.H.  I Buick/Olds - ,-,-,'-'c- ," 603-448-3500 or call Joe Loschiavo Bradford, Vt. 802439-5466 Pod 00leei, and/u00 liiSTORY SPEAKER V E I{SIII RE-- Professor ('harles Morrissey will speak on Vershire and Vermont history at the Vershire Elementary School at 7 p.m. ,hul, ,20 m a presentation sponwed by the Vershire Ilislorical Society. I)essert ill be served. All are welcOllle. Thursday, Jan. 1.5 I,I{AI)F'( IIl.l ). Selechnen, 4 p.m, I.YME: School lh)ard, 7 phi, N EWBI ;IIY : I'hmning Comn]ission, 7:30 p.ln. Friday, Jan. II; \\;%OOI)S\'ILLE: ltaverhill l)istricl (!ourt, 2 p.m. Monday, .I an. 19 BATII: Selechnen, 7 p.m. FAIIH,EE: Selectmen, 8 p.ni. ItAVEI{IIIlA,: Selechnen. 7 p.m. ()t{F()IH): l'hllming Board, 7::lJ p.ln. I'IERM()NT: l'h.uming Fioard. 8 p.m. TIIETFOI{1): Scqectlnen. 7 p.rri. Tuesday, J an. 2o GI{OTI)N : Selcclnwn, 7 p.m ItAVERIIIIA,: Iflaluzing Board, 7 pro. I,YME: l'lanning Board, 7:30 p.m. ORF()H,I): School Board, 7:3O p.m. NEWBIiRY: Elementary School Board, 7 p.m. Wednesday. Jan. 21 FAIl{LEE : Zoning Board of Adjustment, 7:30 p.m. V,'EIA,S RIVEl: Bhle Mountain Union lligh School Board, 7:3ll p.m. , Program matches students (continued Ironl page I ) c.nlirlned at the Vernmnl and is a learning and neeling hlhl)ying organization. Ron Irown, physical education h, acher, had an arlicle published in the latest isstie of "Alhlelic Journal." Suwrinlendent Keith Ober reported thai energy toll sumplion at tile school was up hy 3 per cenl due to the cold I eniperalurcs. The board decided to in- crease tile tuition rate /ronl $1, IOlt h) $1,7,00 for elementary students and $1.850 to $2.2(t0 fo" secondary students for the 191;1-82 school year, The Tille II Basic Skills grant will Ix, requested for funding of a program to coordinate the l{elnedial and Basic Compelencies program. The reduced meals price was raised fronl 10 to 20 cents pet" meal effective Jan. 12. This is due to a decrease in financial supI)rt from the ltot Lunch program. The full price nieals 'ili also increase, to be nexl NEW ARRIVAl. Bill and l.ynnelle  Furman) Sargent ot' FoI'I l)evens, Mass, are tilt' l)arci]ls of a I)at) N t-till. :\\;rtl} l,\\;llliC, horl] N \\; 7 ;it ttit' [,('olIllll%lcl" ttopitaI, IA')lliill.Itq', la.s. She weighed G pounds. "7 / ounces anl]l is '2Ji inches tall. l/ Thu " M(':\\; I'roraln I)eliuxc.', Ill'at "ItNI3 the IIl('llllll'l','-, Ill ii 5tl('illl I)l'dtq" Cilll ilnpl,\\;u Ihal OldCl 'l'hi. tacl. iu Ireu. Stl:d.csls Ihal all t'ilizt'llS IIIIISl t)e So ('(ttlt::.|l('(t thai lhc I)rllcess ill policy iliakili:d, llecolile, tlit' iu which eiiiolhlil. aiid lecliltg.s are leliillt,rcd ll iea,Oli and b tm'l '" I)ilriiit2, lhe lasl le\\; inoliths, lat'iilly adiSlll'S have beCli Ol'alliT, illt school delegaliOllS alid IWepaiilig lheln lor lhe lirsl el Ihiee nia.illr phases involved in lhc Youlh aiid ( ioverlinielil I q'ol2,ranl. In Ihe killer parl 9f ,]aliuary and early ]rehruary, sludcill.s  ill t'Oli%elit' ill dislricl catlt'tlses \\;liich have beell al'l'aligt'd b v lheir local YM('A Execuli e. The l )isl riot ('a titUS i'epresenls lhc orl2,aiiizalh)lial slarl el the t)l'ograin. II provides sltldOlllS all op porltlllil to leariiinore aboul The pro letiMalive scssioli, lhc ,et'illl lliajli phase ot lht' Slalc " MI'A S llu.1 h alid (ll\\; CllllllOlil l>l'Otlalli, will I)t' Swenson agent passes exam N E%% l>\>l: 1{ Y I"l'edcr ic ('l(,nlellls, a sttldPlil al ('halnl)lain ('ollegc ill I>,urlinghui, lias passed his Stale lli,tiraiice exani and i, iio,, a licellsed agenl with 1lie S,,eli()il hitiralit'(' Agent')' ot Ne\\;t I)tll%. lie is ;.i t2,raduale o1 I)xI)ow l lih School and is inajoi'ing in I)llSiiic.s nlanagenlenl al I 'haniphiin ('o]h,ge. lie i. \\;orkiiig parl tinle liOW alld \\;ht'ii lit' t2,i'aduales in ,hint 1!111:2,  ill lie a lull thnc ilienlll('l' el lhe Sv,.'ellSOll I iSlll'iJllCe Agelit'v. WINTER i N523 She is the firsl grandchild of V A &W Mr. and Mrs. h'ving Sargent L : of Thelforl, and 1%11". and Mrs. [i  i ARTESIAN WELL CO. Ernest('ovevof(:ormth. =..li+ .lince 1930 She also' is lhe second 1#6, Lebenell, N.H. 1-11ti-195112 Irandchiid of Mrs. Luc'' ii Furlnan of Bradford and the DISCOUNT DEPARTMENT STORES second greal-grandchild o1 Mrs Florence Gihnan of Iradford. tt*'ckclld (it At)ril Iti II 'l'hr  M('A Youl h aild Ii\\;('riiiil('iil Irot2,1'an/ I)t'gan ill kc\\; , Ilainll.hire ill 1!147, lls p/ii]l.se is hi prepai'e a grotip el % ounl2, pColtle lor literal alld imlilical h,adership by iwi\\;idiillA guidanct', lrainilii4 alld cxpciieiice ill dcilioerat'y Ilii'Ollh lhe hiriil of slale li\\; ('1'1t1111'11|. Zi\\; I'll Voil'lqan, I.:xeculive I)ircclor el ('arroll ('lluilly M('A alld Yotllh and (;il\\; e illlll c Ii1 ll'ogl'anl g0Vel'lilllelil, Share holders of the Bradford National Bank, Bradford, Vermont are hereby notified the annual meeting of the Bradford National Bank will be held at 10:00 A.M., Tuesday, Jan. 27, 1981 at the banking quarters in Bradford. -S- Bert T. Holland Acting Clerk Your complete clothincl care center For pick-up and delivery service Phone 444-2742 Call collect. ARS ROEBUCK, Woodsville. N.H, WELTS RIVER LANDROMAT, Welts, River, Vt. PIKE STORE, Pike, N.H, McLAM'$ STORE, E, Corinth. Vi FAIRLEE GENERAL, Foirlee, Vt, ORFORDVILLE STORE, Orfordville, N H SAVE UP TO 53% Briar Hill Road North Haverhill, N.H. %ills h'r ml. Bank CONDENSED COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF CONDITION ' ASSETS December 31, 1980 December 31, 1979 Cash & Due from Banks $ 652,929.83 $ 479,781.00 Fed Funds Sold 1,250,000.00 500,000.00 U. S. Govt Securities 1,471,594.24 1,033,554.73 Other Bonds & Securities 2,589,463.55 3,112,845.83 Total IA)ans 16,445,487.63 15,389,181.61 Other Assets 136,458.27 16,397.97 TOTAL ASSETS $22,545,933.52 $20,531,760.74 _LIABILITIES ,. P'?Rtdar & Club Accounts $ 7,667,842.31 $ 8,819,928.59 t:a'tlfieates of Deposit 12,929,915.06 9,943,583.87 TOtal Deposits 20,62?,757.37 18,763,512.46 Other Liabilities 48.0?5.02 55,080.12 TOtal Liabilities 20,675,802.39 18,818,592.58 Surplus 300,000.00 300,000.00 Reserve for Bad Debt 663,126.08 575,095.28 Profit and Loss s 506,975.05 438,072.88 Capital Debentures 400,000.00 400,000.00 Total Capital 1,8?0, ! 01.13 1,713,168.16 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL $22,545,933.52 $20,5;11,760.74 oav00ngs 00Bank Wells River, Vermont Telephone 757-2361 MEMBER F.D.I.C. SELECTED CLEARANCE GROUPS FOR LA D I ES- G I RLS-BO Y S-M EN ALL REPRICED FOR QUICK SALE Some intermediate markdowns hav e been taken ! : , January I1, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 cationS' ke eve : thousa # YMCAyouth.governmentprograminN.H. isset |: i: t II t:[t [=!llillt, Ilam shil ,"4tale YM('A .llicials Io lepresent theni m ('.lword .March 21', Students this year's program ',',ill in- .ulh aim (;o\\;,rlmwnl {hu state Ir.ram alld cou ill r'xi' purtoses and "ol\\;re' .tl)oul :l()0 delegates I'r,lanl has I),.,ell un,.h'ru, ay sider the h,vchqmlt'nt ol hills pruc,,dures 1 lhe |)i'ot.4raln repl't,senling t'omrimnilics all Yednesdav Jan. II slllt'c lilt' Slate YM('.\\; Con] or tm|('uliat h'gislalhm. All ;llld 'elect aH hldixgdual tO o,(Tlhest;Ih'. IHL,\\;I)I"()I{I) Vilhigetrustees. 6::0p.m. milhu met iH latu (k'hd)t'r hills ]t'xehqed at Ihe district sel\\;castllis'.,eal"StZoverllor. \\;%'ilh this kind ot response, t"All{l.EEl'hmniligl,oard, 7::;0P.m. im(h,v thu cliairmaushil ol h,\\;ul ale suhmillod Io the Tlwlulall'hascoflhcYoulh the New Ilanqxshirc Slate \\;%'()I)I)SVII,I,E Ilaverhill Cootxwalive School Board, ,lamus I I:X.eil. I.imu) speaker Slalu 3 M(',,\\; .llice by March i and (;mcrnlwiil I'rograln is YMI'A ill conlinuc hi cn- \\;\oodsvilleEelm'iHarvSchool,7::10p.in. .I the N I1 Ilouse ol I. he contlfih'd inlu I)illtouks the aclual Model I.egislature coural-te young p('olale to |l \\;%O()I)SVIIAJ':: hnprovcniellll'orp.,7::10p.m, ih,prc<.czHatlxcs used at lilt lrch'gislalie al lhe Slale ('al)ihd lhe beclllll(' involved wilh their r # AID ICE--Icicles from water of fire hoses form on back stairs of Bradford home that was blaze. Smith Auto Sales Route 120 Lebanon, N.H.  I Buick/Olds - ,-,-,'-'c- ," 603-448-3500 or call Joe Loschiavo Bradford, Vt. 802439-5466 Pod 00leei, and/u00 liiSTORY SPEAKER V E I{SIII RE-- Professor ('harles Morrissey will speak on Vershire and Vermont history at the Vershire Elementary School at 7 p.m. ,hul, ,20 m a presentation sponwed by the Vershire Ilislorical Society. I)essert ill be served. All are welcOllle. Thursday, Jan. 1.5 I,I{AI)F'( IIl.l ). Selechnen, 4 p.m, I.YME: School lh)ard, 7 phi, N EWBI ;IIY : I'hmning Comn]ission, 7:30 p.ln. Friday, Jan. II; \\;%OOI)S\'ILLE: ltaverhill l)istricl (!ourt, 2 p.m. Monday, .I an. 19 BATII: Selechnen, 7 p.m. FAIIH,EE: Selectmen, 8 p.ni. ItAVEI{IIIlA,: Selechnen. 7 p.m. ()t{F()IH): l'hllming Board, 7::lJ p.ln. I'IERM()NT: l'h.uming Fioard. 8 p.m. TIIETFOI{1): Scqectlnen. 7 p.rri. Tuesday, J an. 2o GI{OTI)N : Selcclnwn, 7 p.m ItAVERIIIIA,: Iflaluzing Board, 7 pro. I,YME: l'lanning Board, 7:30 p.m. ORF()H,I): School Board, 7:3O p.m. NEWBIiRY: Elementary School Board, 7 p.m. Wednesday. Jan. 21 FAIl{LEE : Zoning Board of Adjustment, 7:30 p.m. V,'EIA,S RIVEl: Bhle Mountain Union lligh School Board, 7:3ll p.m. , Program matches students (continued Ironl page I ) c.nlirlned at the Vernmnl and is a learning and neeling hlhl)ying organization. Ron Irown, physical education h, acher, had an arlicle published in the latest isstie of "Alhlelic Journal." Suwrinlendent Keith Ober reported thai energy toll sumplion at tile school was up hy 3 per cenl due to the cold I eniperalurcs. The board decided to in- crease tile tuition rate /ronl $1, IOlt h) $1,7,00 for elementary students and $1.850 to $2.2(t0 fo" secondary students for the 191;1-82 school year, The Tille II Basic Skills grant will Ix, requested for funding of a program to coordinate the l{elnedial and Basic Compelencies program. The reduced meals price was raised fronl 10 to 20 cents pet" meal effective Jan. 12. This is due to a decrease in financial supI)rt from the ltot Lunch program. The full price nieals 'ili also increase, to be nexl NEW ARRIVAl. Bill and l.ynnelle  Furman) Sargent ot' FoI'I l)evens, Mass, are tilt' l)arci]ls of a I)at) N t-till. :\\;rtl} l,\\;llliC, horl] N \\; 7 ;it ttit' [,('olIllll%lcl" ttopitaI, IA')lliill.Itq', la.s. She weighed G pounds. "7 / ounces anl]l is '2Ji inches tall. l/ Thu " M(':\\; I'roraln I)eliuxc.', Ill'at "ItNI3 the IIl('llllll'l','-, Ill ii 5tl('illl I)l'dtq" Cilll ilnpl,\\;u Ihal OldCl 'l'hi. tacl. iu Ireu. Stl:d.csls Ihal all t'ilizt'llS IIIIISl t)e So ('(ttlt::.|l('(t thai lhc I)rllcess ill policy iliakili:d, llecolile, tlit' iu which eiiiolhlil. aiid lecliltg.s are leliillt,rcd ll iea,Oli and b tm'l '" I)ilriiit2, lhe lasl le\\; inoliths, lat'iilly adiSlll'S have beCli Ol'alliT, illt school delegaliOllS alid IWepaiilig lheln lor lhe lirsl el Ihiee nia.illr phases involved in lhc Youlh aiid ( ioverlinielil I q'ol2,ranl. In Ihe killer parl 9f ,]aliuary and early ]rehruary, sludcill.s  ill t'Oli%elit' ill dislricl catlt'tlses \\;liich have beell al'l'aligt'd b v lheir local YM('A Execuli e. The l )isl riot ('a titUS i'epresenls lhc orl2,aiiizalh)lial slarl el the t)l'ograin. II provides sltldOlllS all op porltlllil to leariiinore aboul The pro letiMalive scssioli, lhc ,et'illl lliajli phase ot lht' Slalc " MI'A S llu.1 h alid (ll\\; CllllllOlil l>l'Otlalli, will I)t' Swenson agent passes exam N E%% l>\>l: 1{ Y I"l'edcr ic ('l(,nlellls, a sttldPlil al ('halnl)lain ('ollegc ill I>,urlinghui, lias passed his Stale lli,tiraiice exani and i, iio,, a licellsed agenl with 1lie S,,eli()il hitiralit'(' Agent')' ot Ne\\;t I)tll%. lie is ;.i t2,raduale o1 I)xI)ow l lih School and is inajoi'ing in I)llSiiic.s nlanagenlenl al I 'haniphiin ('o]h,ge. lie i. \\;orkiiig parl tinle liOW alld \\;ht'ii lit' t2,i'aduales in ,hint 1!111:2,  ill lie a lull thnc ilienlll('l' el lhe Sv,.'ellSOll I iSlll'iJllCe Agelit'v. WINTER i N523 She is the firsl grandchild of V A &W Mr. and Mrs. h'ving Sargent L : of Thelforl, and 1%11". and Mrs. [i  i ARTESIAN WELL CO. Ernest('ovevof(:ormth. =..li+ .lince 1930 She also' is lhe second 1#6, Lebenell, N.H. 1-11ti-195112 Irandchiid of Mrs. Luc'' ii Furlnan of Bradford and the DISCOUNT DEPARTMENT STORES second greal-grandchild o1 Mrs Florence Gihnan of Iradford. tt*'ckclld (it At)ril Iti II 'l'hr  M('A Youl h aild Ii\\;('riiiil('iil Irot2,1'an/ I)t'gan ill kc\\; , Ilainll.hire ill 1!147, lls p/ii]l.se is hi prepai'e a grotip el % ounl2, pColtle lor literal alld imlilical h,adership by iwi\\;idiillA guidanct', lrainilii4 alld cxpciieiice ill dcilioerat'y Ilii'Ollh lhe hiriil of slale li\\; ('1'1t1111'11|. Zi\\; I'll Voil'lqan, I.:xeculive I)ircclor el ('arroll ('lluilly M('A alld Yotllh and (;il\\; e illlll c Ii1 ll'ogl'anl g0Vel'lilllelil, Share holders of the Bradford National Bank, Bradford, Vermont are hereby notified the annual meeting of the Bradford National Bank will be held at 10:00 A.M., Tuesday, Jan. 27, 1981 at the banking quarters in Bradford. -S- Bert T. Holland Acting Clerk Your complete clothincl care center For pick-up and delivery service Phone 444-2742 Call collect. ARS ROEBUCK, Woodsville. N.H, WELTS RIVER LANDROMAT, Welts, River, Vt. PIKE STORE, Pike, N.H, McLAM'$ STORE, E, Corinth. Vi FAIRLEE GENERAL, Foirlee, Vt, ORFORDVILLE STORE, Orfordville, N H SAVE UP TO 53% Briar Hill Road North Haverhill, N.H. %ills h'r ml. Bank CONDENSED COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF CONDITION ' ASSETS December 31, 1980 December 31, 1979 Cash & Due from Banks $ 652,929.83 $ 479,781.00 Fed Funds Sold 1,250,000.00 500,000.00 U. S. Govt Securities 1,471,594.24 1,033,554.73 Other Bonds & Securities 2,589,463.55 3,112,845.83 Total IA)ans 16,445,487.63 15,389,181.61 Other Assets 136,458.27 16,397.97 TOTAL ASSETS $22,545,933.52 $20,531,760.74 _LIABILITIES ,. P'?Rtdar & Club Accounts $ 7,667,842.31 $ 8,819,928.59 t:a'tlfieates of Deposit 12,929,915.06 9,943,583.87 TOtal Deposits 20,62?,757.37 18,763,512.46 Other Liabilities 48.0?5.02 55,080.12 TOtal Liabilities 20,675,802.39 18,818,592.58 Surplus 300,000.00 300,000.00 Reserve for Bad Debt 663,126.08 575,095.28 Profit and Loss s 506,975.05 438,072.88 Capital Debentures 400,000.00 400,000.00 Total Capital 1,8?0, ! 01.13 1,713,168.16 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL $22,545,933.52 $20,5;11,760.74 oav00ngs 00Bank Wells River, Vermont Telephone 757-2361 MEMBER F.D.I.C. SELECTED CLEARANCE GROUPS FOR LA D I ES- G I RLS-BO Y S-M EN ALL REPRICED FOR QUICK SALE Some intermediate markdowns hav e been taken ! :