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January 21, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 m Mr,i Smith Auto Sales Route 120 Lebanon N H *L./ Buick/Olds  _..L LL - 603-448-3500 ""&apos; ........ ' or call Joe L0schiav0 Bradford, Vt. 802439-5466 Mrs'W'ScttMahneydi00;s;IObltuades 1 was teacher, writer, aJ 00ist ....... CENTER DATSUN, INC. St. Johnsbul Cuter, Vt. 05863 NEWBURY-Mrs. W. Scott tier funeral service was may be nmdetotheWheaton- Fleanor) Mahoney, 64, died held at the family home here Mahoney Restoration Fund CALL Thursday morning in Cottage Jan. 18. for the Baik'y Club, in care of Walter G. Fellows dies; ltospital, Woodsville. Born Spring commiltal will be in the village truslees. Newbury if-employed Mrs. Walter Shaw here, Aug. 23, 1(,)16, she was theOxbow Cemetery here. ()S051, was se farmer daughter of Thaddeus and Memorial contributions \\;,'O()I)SVII,LE-Services for several stepgreat- 802"748"235Z Bessie Belle (White) Wheaton. Wall,r G. Fellows, 70, of Mills grandchildren. Im i i CHMAT[S '"' ,,, N.H. Library Assn. gets Stl'eet, who diedJan. 15athis . ,, Concord, Vt. and graduated grant for writers film residence, we,'eheldatRicker MODEL --  WAS I NOW from iwndon Institute in 1934 Funeral ltome in Woodsville.  __ o,,aL,,,',,, { o andvermontfr(mlin the1951. University of Burial will be in Pine Grove On June 30, 1936, she was HAVERIIILL-- The New s, ill plays e,'ery summer in ('en,eterv at a later date. Mr. '80 JA  $1'649 t $1,249 married to William Scott ltampshire Library Swanzey: William Dean Fellows ,'as born in Danville,  / Mahoney of Barre at the Association has received a lh)wells do wrote his novel VI., and before his retirement .'80 lAG 3000 F/A d I "'" 1 $1,399 _. Concord UniversalistChureh. grant fronl the New tiamp-"'M,'s. Far,'ell." after a wasasclfeinployedfarmerin '80JAG3000F/C i P $1'949 1 $1"B49 They would have observed shire Council of the summer in a,laffrey barding S. Ryegale and ltaverhill. their 45lh anniversary this Humanities to produce a film- house in 170s; Robert Frost, Survivors include his wife, . Elbel (Whet, lock, Fellows of t   year. lecture prgran' entitled "h')n'vedthisDe"ryfarm Wo(sville: three step.sons" I l Following their marriage, "New Ilampshire Writers and after a series of personal they lived in Boston, Wood- the S,mll Town". tragedies, wrole many poem s Joseph tludsonof Woodsville, L , TRAIL CAT 3000 1 __ _$2,299__ [ $1,499 stock, Burlington and in The program will be about life !n Ncw Hampshire; Ralph lludson and Hobert Waterford, Va. Since 1954, presented in 60 libraries (]race Mclalious, whose ap-Iludson, bothofLittleton;two 1,80TRAILCAT4000 I i'$2'499 [ $1'699 they had lived in Newbury. throughout he state and will praisal of life in a small stepdaughters, Kathleen Hill --'--- [ Professionally, Mrs. f(ature a lecture by a New colnnmnily sold more copies of Jaffrey and Velma Lamar  q $1---" ...... Mahoney was a registrar at llampshire tiumanist and a than any previous American of Groton, Vt.; a brother, l the Modern School of Applied film which traces two cen- novel. " The sensational Lutber of Waterford, Vt.; four  " :5: /u-t in Boston, areporter for furies of writers and their response tothe book has ob- sisters, BetlvKwoskiofAthol, L by BULOV/00 ,, literary portrayals of sinai, soured lilt, fact that "Peyton ,lass.. Anlanda Drowns o[ 81,ANTHER | $1"'" Woodstock, in the office of the lownlewltamoshirelife Place" is ,,he of the most Woodsville, Ruth Bessette of i  I -- - , . dean o, women at the Through the works of early 'n'p"rtal:t novels wr,tten Massachusetts and Augusta | i = 1 -- proof reader for the film begins by tracing at-life, stepgrandchildren, and 7- -- -- "Burlington Free Press." She titudes of people toward their The program is rich in state Ha /o l'-1 TM i '--1 -,9"" had taught at Bradford land and their eoin,nunities, history and stresses the A r W ,2,,, Academy and been a social There is particular emphasis manner in which different worker for the New Hamp- on the defense and cultivation types ol literature rfflect l[ $2,999 1 shire Department of Social of the land and the heroism of social attitudes as well as resided m 1 Vv'elfare in Woedsville. She the people when confronted instances where literature and t' --  $2,499 [ $11999 retired in 1959. due to ill with adversity. The,ford I | =1 health. The film then moves on to Most of all the program '81 Sbe and her husband had the 19th century, a time when presents a tribute to the work E. TIIETFORD--Audrey E. operated the Vermont House literary forms changed and o1' New tlamoslm'e authors tlarlow, who had resided in E. 7" , $3,299 .l and Shop in Newbury from fiction preempted a field that and lets citizens trace their Thtford since September, [ -- -- t $3,299 ..... 1954to1964. had been dominated by culturalheritage, died Jan. 18 at Alice Peck Day This is it.The Arctic at Mrs. Mahoney was a historical narrative. It con- The film-lecture will be Memorial Hospital in SYST i:M member of the Burlington eludes with more critical presented Feb. 4 at7:30 p.m. Lebanon, N.ti., following a One-Tmae Onlysale. STEREO League of Women Voters, a writings which portray a by tile tlaverhill Library brief illness, i charter member of the different view of society in the Association at the Chapel of She was born in Plymouth, Bradford League of Women Granite State. the First Congregational Mass.: May 2, 1909, daughter Voters, a member of the Among the authors in the Church in ltaverhill. The of Benjamin G. and Audrey E. If you were waiting for prices, but the supply is American Association of film are Sarah Josepha Hale, lecturer on this occasion will (Ward) Iiarlow, and lived that one perfect time to buy an limited. If you wait, you won't University Women in who wrote "Northwood" and be Jere I)aniellel professor of most of her life in Plymouth. Arctic Cat, this is it. have a snowball's chance of Burlington, the Newbury later gaine'd'ame as the editor early American ltistory at Survivors include two Woman's Club and the of "Godey's Lady Book"; the l)artmouth, sisters, Nellie Cadweiiof East We have these models ever gettinl a deallike Newbury Democratic Corn- author of "Mary Had a Little Thetford and Doris Cleverly of in stock, at these  this again.. mittee. She was also a eharter Lamb", I)enman Thompson, Middleboro, Mass.; nieces lt "mnObawhy't member of the mewbury PTA. actor and playwright, lie r)r. aJ and nephews. She leaves her husband, spent his boyhood in Swanzey, .A[I/X A memorial service will be /qlell:lgl aunts and c6usins. A son, the setting of his best known /T/eeL // held at Godfrey Funeral Home Richard Wheaton Mahoney, work "The Old Homestead," inEly2:30p.m. Wednesday. *Prices apply only to models in stock and are effective now through died in 1945. which played in theatres Bradford Burial will be in Pine Hill MarchLS,1981. Sale price does not include freight and dealer preparation. throughout the country and BI{AI)FORD Bradford Cemetery, Plymouth, Mass., Ame,'ica,, l,egion Auxiliary at2p.m. Jan. 28. Spoetlaxd q00aei#e No. 20, met at the Legion tlall Memorial contributions Friday Morning may bemadetotheAmerican with President Elaine Covey Cancer Society, 686 Mast Ftlh'e, Vt -9 Play Group presiding. Road, Manchester 03102. Crafts ...... :.........-..-.' ......  ,. ,::::<#,...:-,!i:: :::;:-:::  i:::! :: :: ::.. :.!!!:i  ..::,:::::::! i : :: : :: Story were =,,,,o, i Integrated Stereo System 154090 - AM/FM/ Stereo FM Tuner-Ampl f er matic Belt-Drive "urntable" " " Programmable/Auto. . Cassette Tape Re- rder-Player with Dolby* No se Reduction System., own with Zemth Allegro MC3000 Tuned-Port Peakers. Amplifier Pov#er OutnHt" 1.R watt mini- mum continuous RMS powe ;r-channel? from 40 to 20,O(O Hz into 8 ohms, With 0.5% or less total harmonic distortion Spring-loaled hinged Dust over. Simulated wood cabinet witl beautiful grained Walnut fiqish. *Dolby is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories, Ir, :' NORTHERN WORLD'S LRGEST SELLING ELECTRIC BLANKET OUR ENTIRE STOCK i OFFALL 4' eL NON-ELECTRIC ,,U (?F BLANKETs including "Norlh Slat" by ChMh=m $"1100 REG,RPR,CE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF I oOFF BED PILLOWS o, REG. PRICE . ENTIRE STOCK OF SHEETS & PILLOWCASES by Burlington House & Matex REG. PRICE ENTIR[ STOCK FIRST QUAUTY MARTEX TCHED BATH TOWELS HAN D TOWELS FACE CLOTHS Reporls were given by several C()lmnittees. Under' lhe chairmanship of Mabel ltumphrey members Song f'rhr"00'tLaT ,, b, ,,s C0m00unity C000ege 9 Verm0n For 3 to 5 year olds at the Benningh)n home were To Begin on Jan. 30, 1981 8:30 to 11:30 ]efl with Janetle Maxwell. ii l,'ollowing the meeting melnbers joined the Legion Curiosity Corners mend)els for a Clwistmas tree ,'ith gifts for all, MAINST., NEWBURY, VT. Refreshnenls were sup L.F. BARNES, TEACHER plied by Elaine Covey, Virginia Bedell and Arloa REGISTRATION IN BRADFORD We believe our buying prices are the strongest in the :!i::::: Upper Valley. We refuse to advertise prices we will not iii! pay. as many dealers do. No come ons. Bring your :ii valuables to Coins & Treasures Inc. in the heart of W. Lebanon for our BEST quote. All transactions confidential. !.i Remember you will do better by selling to a local ::::::iilii Reputable Dealer and BEST SELLING to Coins & ,ures inc !if!! BUYING GOLD HIGH SCHOOL & "COLLEGE RING-%--BRACLETS--.CHAIN.S-. NECKLACES---WEDOING RINGS--DENTAL GOLD-- . fl. IGOLD I:K3CKET WATCHES--ANTIQUE JEWELRY--RINGS . /, i ,  iiiii Knives Forks Spoons Tea Sets I Oxbow High School Monday, January 26 6:00- 9:00 PM Come and register for any Of these courses: BRADFORD .........................    , Office Practices 1 Shorthand 1 Composition and Literature Creative Writing College Algebra Introduction to Psychology Wednesdays 6:00 Thursdays 6:00 Tuesdays 6:30 Thursdays 6:30 - Tuesdays 6:30 - Wednesdays 3:30 - iiiiiiii -9:10 PM 9:10 PM iiiiiii i!i!i 9:40 PM 9:40 PM Single pieces or lls-all items must be marked Sterling, in 0ood condition. Also buying any other Stealing Silver i Franklin Mint Sets-llvr Brs. etc.  ' m.EE. U.E  oF ' 6:40 P M CoHodom -I]immd Riao .r.. -,,.w. Adolescent Development Mondays 7:00- 10:10 PM *Gold Pocket Watcim *Stamps ... $$$ WRIST WATCltES $$$  CHELSEA Piaget Men's & Ladies 18K Gold -- Rolex any model - PLEAS}: OFFER Patek Phillippe Men's & Ladies gold cases -- Rolex Pres. 18K Gold Bands  Patek Cale,,dar&Repeatergoideases--Universai(alendar-Gold Journalism 1 Thursdays 6'30-9:40 PM $$$ POCKET WATCHES $$$ Patek Phillippe - Jurgensen - Frodsham - Lange - Dent - Ekegren - Audemars - Meylan - Assmann - Grossman - Capt. - Chronometers - Repeaters - Stop Watches - Calendars - Enamels - Unusual or Complicated Movements All Silver- Gold - and Quality Watches Wanted i ii ii All Gold Chains - Gold Jewelry- Diamond Earrings- Pendants 9:00 PM Or choose front 100 others offered in Barre and Montpelier. Counselors will be available at registration to answer questions about Community College's Associate Degree and Financial Aid. Registra tion continues at the offices below until February 9, when classes begin. 18 North Main Street t Barre,  ermont Main Street Montpelier, Vermont 479-0863 828-24(}1 iiii January 21, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 m Mr,i Smith Auto Sales Route 120 Lebanon N H *L./ Buick/Olds  _..L LL - 603-448-3500 ""' ........ ' or call Joe L0schiav0 Bradford, Vt. 802439-5466 Mrs'W'ScttMahneydi00;s;IObltuades 1 was teacher, writer, aJ 00ist ....... CENTER DATSUN, INC. St. Johnsbul Cuter, Vt. 05863 NEWBURY-Mrs. W. Scott tier funeral service was may be nmdetotheWheaton- Fleanor) Mahoney, 64, died held at the family home here Mahoney Restoration Fund CALL Thursday morning in Cottage Jan. 18. for tilt' Baik, y Club, in care of Walter G. Fellows dies; ltospital, Woodsville. Born Spring commiltal will be in the village truslees. Newbury if-employed Mrs. Walter Shaw here, Aug. 23, 1(,)16, she was theOxbow Cemetery here. ()S051, was se farmer daughter of Thaddeus and Memorial contributions \\;,'O()I)SVII,LE-Services for several stepgreat- 802"748"235Z Bessie Belle (White) Wheaton. Wall,r G. Fellows, 70, of Mills grandchildren. Im i i CHMAT[S '"' ,,, N.H. Library Assn. gets Stl'eet, who diedJan. 15athis . ,, Concord, Vt. and graduated grant for writers film residence, we,'eheldatRicker MODEL --  WAS I NOW from iwndon Institute in 1934 Funeral ltome in Woodsville.  __ o,,aL,,,',,, { o andvermontfr(mlin the1951. University of Burial will be in Pine Grove On June 30, 1936, she was HAVERIIILL-- The New s, ill plays e,'ery summer in ('en,eterv at a later date. Mr. '80 JA  $1'649 t $1,249 married to William Scott ltampshire Library Swanzey: William Dean Fellows ,'as born in Danville,  / Mahoney of Barre at the Association has received a lh)wells do wrote his novel VI., and before his retirement .'80 lAG 3000 F/A d I "'" 1 $1,399 _. Concord UniversalistChureh. grant fronl the New tiamp-"'M,'s. Far,'ell." after a wasasclfeinployedfarmerin '80JAG3000F/C i P $1'949 1 $1"B49 They would have observed shire Council of the summer in a,laffrey barding S. Ryegale and ltaverhill. their 45lh anniversary this Humanities to produce a film- house in 170s; Robert Frost, Survivors include his wife, . Elbel (Whet, lock, Fellows of t   year. lecture prgran' entitled "h')n'vedthisDe"ryfarm Wo(sville: three step.sons" I l Following their marriage, "New Ilampshire Writers and after a series of personal they lived in Boston, Wood- the S,mll Town". tragedies, wrole many poem s Joseph tludsonof Woodsville, L , TRAIL CAT 3000 1 __ _$2,299__ [ $1,499 stock, Burlington and in The program will be about life !n Ncw Hampshire; Ralph lludson and Hobert Waterford, Va. Since 1954, presented in 60 libraries (]race Mclalious, whose ap-Iludson, bothofLittleton;two 1,80TRAILCAT4000 I i'$2'499 [ $1'699 they had lived in Newbury. throughout he state and will praisal of life in a small stepdaughters, Kathleen Hill --'--- [ Professionally, Mrs. f(ature a lecture by a New colnnmnily sold more copies of Jaffrey and Velma Lamar  q $1---" ...... Mahoney was a registrar at llampshire tiumanist and a than any previous American of Groton, Vt.; a brother, l the Modern School of Applied film which traces two cen- novel. " The sensational Lutber of Waterford, Vt.; four  " :5: /u-t in Boston, areporter for furies of writers and their response tothe book has ob- sisters, BetlvKwoskiofAthol, L by BULOV/00 ,, literary portrayals of sinai, soured lilt, fact that "Peyton ,lass.. Anlanda Drowns o[ 81,ANTHER | $1"'" Woodstock, in the office of the lownlewltamoshirelife Place" is ,,he of the most Woodsville, Ruth Bessette of i  I -- - , . dean o, women at the Through the works of early 'n'p"rtal:t novels wr,tten Massachusetts and Augusta | i = 1 -- proof reader for the film begins by tracing at-life, stepgrandchildren, and 7- -- -- "Burlington Free Press." She titudes of people toward their The program is rich in state Ha /o l'-1 TM i '--1 -,9"" had taught at Bradford land and their eoin,nunities, history and stresses the A r W ,2,,, Academy and been a social There is particular emphasis manner in which different worker for the New Hamp- on the defense and cultivation types ol literature rfflect l[ $2,999 1 shire Department of Social of the land and the heroism of social attitudes as well as resided m 1 Vv'elfare in Woedsville. She the people when confronted instances where literature and t' --  $2,499 [ $11999 retired in 1959. due to ill with adversity. The,ford I | =1 health. The film then moves on to Most of all the program '81 Sbe and her husband had the 19th century, a time when presents a tribute to the work E. TIIETFORD--Audrey E. operated the Vermont House literary forms changed and o1' New tlamoslm'e authors tlarlow, who had resided in E. 7" , $3,299 .l and Shop in Newbury from fiction preempted a field that and lets citizens trace their Thtford since September, [ -- -- t $3,299 ..... 1954to1964. had been dominated by culturalheritage, died Jan. 18 at Alice Peck Day This is it.The Arctic at Mrs. Mahoney was a historical narrative. It con- The film-lecture will be Memorial Hospital in SYST i:M member of the Burlington eludes with more critical presented Feb. 4 at7:30 p.m. Lebanon, N.ti., following a One-Tmae Onlysale. STEREO League of Women Voters, a writings which portray a by tile tlaverhill Library brief illness, i charter member of the different view of society in the Association at the Chapel of She was born in Plymouth, Bradford League of Women Granite State. the First Congregational Mass.: May 2, 1909, daughter Voters, a member of the Among the authors in the Church in ltaverhill. The of Benjamin G. and Audrey E. If you were waiting for prices, but the supply is American Association of film are Sarah Josepha Hale, lecturer on this occasion will (Ward) Iiarlow, and lived that one perfect time to buy an limited. If you wait, you won't University Women in who wrote "Northwood" and be Jere I)aniellel professor of most of her life in Plymouth. Arctic Cat, this is it. have a snowball's chance of Burlington, the Newbury later gaine'd'ame as the editor early American ltistory at Survivors include two Woman's Club and the of "Godey's Lady Book"; the l)artmouth, sisters, Nellie Cadweiiof East We have these models ever gettinl a deallike Newbury Democratic Corn- author of "Mary Had a Little Thetford and Doris Cleverly of in stock, at these  this again.. mittee. She was also a eharter Lamb", I)enman Thompson, Middleboro, Mass.; nieces lt "mnObawhy't member of the mewbury PTA. actor and playwright, lie r)r. aJ and nephews. She leaves her husband, spent his boyhood in Swanzey, .A[I/X A memorial service will be /qlell:lgl aunts and c6usins. A son, the setting of his best known /T/eeL // held at Godfrey Funeral Home Richard Wheaton Mahoney, work "The Old Homestead," inEly2:30p.m. Wednesday. *Prices apply only to models in stock and are effective now through died in 1945. which played in theatres Bradford Burial will be in Pine Hill MarchLS,1981. Sale price does not include freight and dealer preparation. throughout the country and BI{AI)FORD Bradford Cemetery, Plymouth, Mass., Ame,'ica,, l,egion Auxiliary at2p.m. Jan. 28. Spoetlaxd q00aei#e No. 20, met at the Legion tlall Memorial contributions Friday Morning may bemadetotheAmerican with President Elaine Covey Cancer Society, 686 Mast Ftlh'e, Vt -9 Play Group presiding. Road, Manchester 03102. Crafts ...... :.........-..-.' ......  ,. ,::::<#,...:-,!i:: :::;:-:::  i:::! :: :: ::.. :.!!!:i  ..::,:::::::! i : :: : :: Story were =,,,,o, i Integrated Stereo System 154090 - AM/FM/ Stereo FM Tuner-Ampl f er matic Belt-Drive "urntable" " " Programmable/Auto. . Cassette Tape Re- rder-Player with Dolby* No se Reduction System., own with Zemth Allegro MC3000 Tuned-Port Peakers. Amplifier Pov#er OutnHt" 1.R watt mini- mum continuous RMS powe ;r-channel? from 40 to 20,O(O Hz into 8 ohms, With 0.5% or less total harmonic distortion Spring-loaled hinged Dust over. Simulated wood cabinet witl beautiful grained Walnut fiqish. *Dolby is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories, Ir, :' NORTHERN WORLD'S LRGEST SELLING ELECTRIC BLANKET OUR ENTIRE STOCK i OFFALL 4' eL NON-ELECTRIC ,,U (?F BLANKETs including "Norlh Slat" by ChMh=m $"1100 REG,RPR,CE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF I oOFF BED PILLOWS o, REG. PRICE . ENTIRE STOCK OF SHEETS & PILLOWCASES by Burlington House & Matex REG. PRICE ENTIR[ STOCK FIRST QUAUTY MARTEX TCHED BATH TOWELS HAN D TOWELS FACE CLOTHS Reporls were given by several C()lmnittees. Under' lhe chairmanship of Mabel ltumphrey members Song f'rhr"00'tLaT ,, b, ,,s C0m00unity C000ege 9 Verm0n For 3 to 5 year olds at the Benningh)n home were To Begin on Jan. 30, 1981 8:30 to 11:30 ]efl with Janetle Maxwell. ii l,'ollowing the meeting melnbers joined the Legion Curiosity Corners mend)els for a Clwistmas tree ,'ith gifts for all, MAINST., NEWBURY, VT. Refreshnenls were sup L.F. BARNES, TEACHER plied by Elaine Covey, Virginia Bedell and Arloa REGISTRATION IN BRADFORD We believe our buying prices are the strongest in the :!i::::: Upper Valley. We refuse to advertise prices we will not iii! pay. as many dealers do. No come ons. Bring your :ii valuables to Coins & Treasures Inc. in the heart of W. Lebanon for our BEST quote. All transactions confidential. !.i Remember you will do better by selling to a local ::::::iilii Reputable Dealer and BEST SELLING to Coins & ,ures inc !if!! BUYING GOLD HIGH SCHOOL & "COLLEGE RING-%--BRACLETS--.CHAIN.S-. NECKLACES---WEDOING RINGS--DENTAL GOLD-- . fl. IGOLD I:K3CKET WATCHES--ANTIQUE JEWELRY--RINGS . /, i ,  iiiii Knives Forks Spoons Tea Sets I Oxbow High School Monday, January 26 6:00- 9:00 PM Come and register for any Of these courses: BRADFORD .........................    , Office Practices 1 Shorthand 1 Composition and Literature Creative Writing College Algebra Introduction to Psychology Wednesdays 6:00 Thursdays 6:00 Tuesdays 6:30 Thursdays 6:30 - Tuesdays 6:30 - Wednesdays 3:30 - iiiiiiii -9:10 PM 9:10 PM iiiiiii i!i!i 9:40 PM 9:40 PM Single pieces or lls-all items must be marked Sterling, in 0ood condition. Also buying any other Stealing Silver i Franklin Mint Sets-llvr Brs. etc.  ' m.EE. U.E  oF ' 6:40 P M CoHodom -I]immd Riao .r.. -,,.w. Adolescent Development Mondays 7:00- 10:10 PM *Gold Pocket Watcim *Stamps ... $$$ WRIST WATCltES $$$  CHELSEA Piaget Men's & Ladies 18K Gold -- Rolex any model - PLEAS}: OFFER Patek Phillippe Men's & Ladies gold cases -- Rolex Pres. 18K Gold Bands  Patek Cale,,dar&Repeatergoideases--Universai(alendar-Gold Journalism 1 Thursdays 6'30-9:40 PM $$$ POCKET WATCHES $$$ Patek Phillippe - Jurgensen - Frodsham - Lange - Dent - Ekegren - Audemars - Meylan - Assmann - Grossman - Capt. - Chronometers - Repeaters - Stop Watches - Calendars - Enamels - Unusual or Complicated Movements All Silver- Gold - and Quality Watches Wanted i ii ii All Gold Chains - Gold Jewelry- Diamond Earrings- Pendants 9:00 PM Or choose front 100 others offered in Barre and Montpelier. Counselors will be available at registration to answer questions about Community College's Associate Degree and Financial Aid. Registra tion continues at the offices below until February 9, when classes begin. 18 North Main Street t Barre,  ermont Main Street Montpelier, Vermont 479-0863 828-24(}1 iiii