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Page 10.The Journal Opinion-January 21, 1981 (.,L,,En.,+:AMs n,m.: An,, Warren &apos;"'"'"' ' FloyO I<. Hay Greater is he who is ahove ('OMMENI'S ' tei,tpt.t!o, tha. he wh,,. be., I*.',. .r,. v,.,'., ,,, ,i l"if, ee,, he.,w to ,, bejow vo. have ..y .,o.h,s or . '" 7-',:.:, Notice of Annual Meeting e , ..... . . (hewoods, usually m pau's. McVetlv lot and s getting out r( httives and friends oe-" "'e t nipt(tl. OXtlCOm(S. slubhorn lhtngs and well continues to be tile topic of )pinions tm this item see t)r l .,.. .... ' ',, u, ,.o!m ,.lilt aid, d.istttcl fire some nice pine from the lot. holidays I)'mhter Linda of A. Br.nsonAIcott. com'ealed, conversafitm. Not only that call yourlegishttors, anddon't ('niex (n it]is secuon was m Kennelh Whitcher M,ron " ." . ,.,o  .. , , mBliV=lllllll II IIIIli I hut increase in use anti price wail. Some action will be , .' me tmversuy m uemware lon. Monday.. tie was Buskey Fairt'ax ltalch and and friend Audre,, Dibovick of Share holders of the Bradford National t I" "-s//k -" 0"!"11 " "t;lass I t)Ifuel il als cntinues uP taken sn u ards. Chief Pushee of the Fire Co. n, lda eking,' n l h(' fire dangetl; olhers in His age bracket set lrunswick, N.j. were also Bradford, Vermont are hereby notified . [#/ tograpny ,,,,+ou,,,,., y,,+ w,+,,a,, o,,, ,,,u,, ,,, ,,,, +,. ,,,,.  +,, h,,,,. , ,.+ .m ,.o have had a good meeting Thursday ihe SnoMobi] Club had a annual meeting of the Bradford National this down timber gets dried pietism with Mr Kcysaras " -'  , , ri '-in to North ltaverhill evening last at the Fire ttouse. . . . . L ' "  reun'neontmm. ,,1 ' , ":  BASIC PHOTOGRAPtlY (LASSES . will be held at 10:00 A.M., Tuesday, Jan. 27, Ull i!rUg::ll'tibbard arm clew h,ader Ja ues Matson was also a at the banking quarters in Bradford. Saturday. It as a good ride Several new ideas were put on  ........ ' ' Mark and Shirley Nicol have visitor here To beheldat  but the Shim' 'as a bit scarce lhe agenda including a new :..-_. Bradford Academy in some plac(s 'l'h( NIt.S.A. c(xte for the siren calls. "l'vo ar busy logging on the town's been visiting parents, ' !  \\;-'-". 1 . Limited Number of Stulentsl is in a dilemma as to what is blasts signify a drill, meeting -S- Bert T. ! fl, \\; "---J// ", - going to happen to the BOttV or at t2 noon Saturday. Four I I I I I, I I Actin mEETInOs] 11'/_),, Thurs. evenings7-91m I is like lhe orphan child that no out of town. The radios are " .. ' Br f i'amBean f'_ , Starting Jan. 29th I one else wants, except some of being repaired and new hose ad ord 222-55) b .n,a,,,o+,+,,, n,,,,, ,+,+,,o,,. ,,.o,,, ,a .o. o+. A.ow REBATE DAYS It'-'- mVJJiP!|:<-:-//B"J 222-5562' " (davy) _ t'eg stralion of the machines', battery chrger seems to have "- " ..... lip t. - ,, IF Barbara and ttorace 999/1, tax, a) At present, il h)oks like tlw disappeared from the Fire - ednudav J,, 91 - t almer are grandparents of a ! .- If """ .......... Fish and Game will be our Station. This is thesecondthis WELlZ I{IVER: BluW:lountain"LJnion School Board 7'30 grandson born Decemlr from ' parenlfo,'tlmtit'nelxeing!lf year. ,t is well marked so if p.tn. ' " 141h. James and Quinta SKI a 1 F ..... '++++++ AHILEE : Zoning Board of Adjustment, 7:30 p.m ......... . ... Chef Bancroft remains at VERSItI1H,: School Board budget meeting 7"30 n m at new colin s name is maunew the Mary ltitchcock Hospital. Vershire Elementary School. , r. Ramsay. Send a card. "rids,., Jan 9"1 Pal and Jennifer Benjamin Robert Pike is also a patient WOODSVILLE: Haveri'liDis'tri-ctCourt 2p m attended a mother-daughter ,,'" " 1 HAVEItIIIIA,: Selectmen, 7 p.m. l.innell. Jennifer is the AFS . ! SEMI-ANNUAL #' , cardalMarytlitehcck'drphima, Monday Jan26 ' ' " supper in honor of Jennifer Fi rst stven members of the FAIRLEE: Selectmen, ap.m. stu.den! from Oxbow who is I FREE gotngto,-,uszralmmra ear AsquanmhumaukeeSno-Mobil NEWBURY: Selectmen, 7:30p.m. ' " " Y " Make your Club cut trails around TItE'TF()I{I): Selectmen 7pro. There were 26 people present Moosihtuke Sunday morning, lAml  d-.  ......... ' for the supper Jennifer's t,A ) nlOll1r Lonnle ner sister Tempera/ure was 10 when we E CORINTH: I/arming Commission 730n m ,. ..// :i left town. Needless Io say, no .ut-suav, ............. an...:'" "" '-" ' Sarah, . and Katherine. . Ober. " erie stood around leo long. If ..... . . ".. tOOK her to tne airport m GF, O'ION. Zoning Boat d of Adjustment 7 m ' P " " Don's Mobil you kept working it was Wedqesday, Jan. 28 Albany on Sunday. alright. You can now ride WOODSV1LLE: Haverhill Cooperative School Board at from town to Moosilauke Inn Woodsville High School, 7:3Op,m. Then then up the mountain if you I' 'V--J.IIIE()I,I)('AirS': iiii know where to go. Signs will IIII IIIII II ., , ) !! m be erected soon. | |a , __,,,,__ m m [ lm i , iiiii:: Jot,, The Model A' !)i 1 We siil, have ,oo,o dogs IFIi (,,.(,.)llllllU I I .e.,,,,.,.,..c,,,, recieve IN ADDITION up to a running around. Since we now l I -- -- -- - --" ' t t  Iol d(t,lilsc Illol,lltv have a leash law, ifyouvalue I -' CALIilUAI-( I ii ;i,.,;,:,i,.:.:,.,,v;,,:.;i,.,: rebate, . your dog, put a tag on it and 11 '"1 !:::i:: .2t No. Main St. ::i directly from Ski-Doo confine it. Conservation of- Wednesday, Jan. 21 i:!!:!!! Iarrl',VerltlOllt05ii.lt !iii ficers are also watching these NEWBURY: Gymnastics forgradesl-6atNewburyTown !iiii or i!iii Mobil loose dogs. It is a bad time of Hall, 2:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Sponsored by the Newbury Athletic {i!i John ('omtell !i!ii Buy a pair of LADLES FALL or yo.,o.+o.,o,,.,+,,,o Council. , iii ,{FDZ,Ih.,,,,,,,) ::iiiii be loose in the woods. We have WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church of iiill Womtsvilh,, N .11. oa783 iiilii I11 hil| 787 ()q4q a WINTER SHOE; at REGULAR PRICE and a found dogtraeksfarbackin Christvestry, servingatnoon. Reservations: 757-2208.  .............. ::.:.!!. :,. ! Fairlee, Vermont FAI RLEE: Annual meeting and potluck dinner of the ' <m:mii!ii:::im   : :.:::.ii!iim Federated Church, 6:30 p.m., Donahue Memorial Dining get tt ; sec01,,,3, Pair of equal value or WELL room. Friday, Jan. 23 ross al solu -.,,,.,"--'.: DRILLING BRADFORD: Senior citizens' luncheon, Oxbow Vocational For Center, serving at 1, :45 a.m. Reservations requested: (802) 222-4782. y FREE 1st PAIR $32 ROTARY HAMMER BRADFORD: OdellWalker Band, 9-1p.m., B.Y.O.B. Set-ups 2nd PAIR $31 DRILLING. 20 YEARS available. Benefit of Vershire Volunteer Fire Department. Saturday, Jan. 24 TOTAL VALUE $63 DRILLING EXPERIENCE w. TOPSHAM: Winter Outdoor Sports Equipment Sale at Ht  ( ObAPt.EI[ WAI[:I Union 36 School, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Consignments wan- BUT YOU PAY ONLY $32 TOTAL SYSH_/WS,NSIALtED ted. Benefit of the West Topsham Tri-Village Fire Depart- ment. ,, "' ', ' CHOOSE FROM FOR FREt [$TIMIT[ HANOVER: "Financial Planning for Women workshop, CAt[ OR WRITE Tuck Graduate School of Business Administration, 8:45 a.m.- I pro. Sponsored by Women's Network of the Upper Valley * ETIENNE AIGNER * AIR STEP * HUSH PUPPIES and the Tuck School. Open to the public. For information, call The E 6434727. ?SY STREET BENEDIII Sunday. Jan. 2.5 ORFORD: Maleomb Grebe will be the pastor at the Orford 1  ',' ; ',', r, , o Monday, Jan. 26 LEBANON, N.H. '. , ,,(. '' BRADFORD--Bradford Village Trust annual meeting, Mon.-Sat 9-5:30, .t ;t, a3:; Bradford Academy, 7:30 p.m. Visa Mastercharge Welcome Friday 'Ill 9 o.m. 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE Tuesday,Jan. Z7 BRADFORD: Senior citizens' luncheon, Oxbow Vocational Center, serving at ,1:45 a.m Reservations requested: (802) 222-4782. Wednesday, Jan. 28 , NEWBURY: Gymnastics for grade 1-6 at the Newbury Town Hall, 2:30-4:30 p.m. Sponsored by the Newbury Athletic Society. " WELI RIVER: Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church of Christ vestry, serving at neon. Reservations: 757-2206. NORWICH: A Community Health Services, Ine. Town Nurse will be checking hypertension, weight and glaucoma at Tracy Hall from 9-12 noon, THETFORD: A Community Health Services, Inc. Town Nurse will be checking hypertension, weight and glaucoma at Thetford Hill Church from 1-4 p.m. HARE . offer! Special . 99 ! I1' =" Last INSULATED SECURITY BOX b,+ Keep records, insurance polic" , ' & marriage certi- ficates and more, safely stored away in this insulated security box. Ideal for use both at home and in the office. Constructed of fire-resistant steel with tan enamel finish. With lock and carrying handle. 14VWx9V=Dx4H in. 1385 QUANTITIES LIMITED FOGG'S HA.RDWARE & BUILDING SUPPLY  Faidee, Vt. 05045 Tel. 802.333-9701 !1 , B l[ IIt[L i <,+ " i i  1!' Price! " :: -' :: ....... <\< .r ........ 1403 " - i P  .,,m / !i,= t .... , +q,,- ,L:.= - I < "'11 ! '- tUl'q! ,. II / .... ' II /3 ., ................. II I  _ Main St, 838.6677 Usbon It . Oi1' on in-stock items! Open 6 days a week  %1 ........ , " ' ....... -' ...... IL - .------JJ 25% OFF II Rockwell ON DRILL SELECTED ROCKWELL TABL No. 4250 The big drl. for tM  lob Drills up to Y=" in steel, 1" in wood Drills in wood, metal, masonry, even glass Preset and Iookl speed up to 750 RPM Reversing switch removes screws, nuts, jammed bits Powerful 2.8 amp motor develops .27 H.P. Double reduction gears, high impect housing Complete with auxiliary side handle, chuck key, holder and 6' cord UL Listed use SALE $54 $41 u TOOLS , Rockwell IN STOCK! NEt POLISHER C H Homo  Sandr/Pollllte No. 4710 T mm, ll, al io, r.la+t lira lshlr CARRY i -=:'- ...... --$--37 ! 3:.&.::.:.:.:.::.:., ,.,.... , ! i U+ ENDS GRilIDE JAN ' '-''" Remvaie wh++ Q+aCd$ ind + HeT ol: r CgtP ''o ....... ,..,.,,:=--' HOURS: ROCKWELL Mon.-Fri. 7-5:00 p.m. PORTABLE -- Sat. 7-3:30 p.m. TO00N onnva SALE TO0! HOME BUILDING cENT ELY, VERMONT (802) Page 10.The Journal Opinion-January 21, 1981 (.,L,,En.,+:AMs n,m.: An,, Warren '"'"'"' ' FloyO I<. Hay Greater is he who is ahove ('OMMENI'S ' tei,tpt.t!o, tha. he wh,,. be., I*.',. .r,. v,.,'., ,,, ,i l"if, ee,, he.,w to ,, bejow vo. have ..y .,o.h,s or . '" 7-',:.:, Notice of Annual Meeting e , ..... . . (hewoods, usually m pau's. McVetlv lot and s getting out r( httives and friends oe-" "'e t nipt(tl. OXtlCOm(S. slubhorn lhtngs and well continues to be tile topic of )pinions tm this item see t)r l .,.. .... ' ',, u, ,.o!m ,.lilt aid, d.istttcl fire some nice pine from the lot. holidays I)'mhter Linda of A. Br.nsonAIcott. com'ealed, conversafitm. Not only that call yourlegishttors, anddon't ('niex (n it]is secuon was m Kennelh Whitcher M,ron " ." . ,.,o  .. , , mBliV=lllllll II IIIIli I hut increase in use anti price wail. Some action will be , .' me tmversuy m uemware lon. Monday.. tie was Buskey Fairt'ax ltalch and and friend Audre,, Dibovick of Share holders of the Bradford National t I" "-s//k -" 0"!"11 " "t;lass I t)Ifuel il als cntinues uP taken sn u ards. Chief Pushee of the Fire Co. n, lda eking,' n l h(' fire dangetl; olhers in His age bracket set lrunswick, N.j. were also Bradford, Vermont are hereby notified . [#/ tograpny ,,,,+ou,,,,., y,,+ w,+,,a,, o,,, ,,,u,, ,,, ,,,, +,. ,,,,.  +,, h,,,,. , ,.+ .m ,.o have had a good meeting Thursday ihe SnoMobi] Club had a annual meeting of the Bradford National this down timber gets dried pietism with Mr Kcysaras " -'  , , ri '-in to North ltaverhill evening last at the Fire ttouse. . . . . L ' "  reun'neontmm. ,,1 ' , ":  BASIC PHOTOGRAPtlY (LASSES . will be held at 10:00 A.M., Tuesday, Jan. 27, Ull i!rUg::ll'tibbard arm clew h,ader Ja ues Matson was also a at the banking quarters in Bradford. Saturday. It as a good ride Several new ideas were put on  ........ ' ' Mark and Shirley Nicol have visitor here To beheldat  but the Shim' 'as a bit scarce lhe agenda including a new :..-_. Bradford Academy in some plac(s 'l'h( NIt.S.A. c(xte for the siren calls. "l'vo ar busy logging on the town's been visiting parents, ' !  \\;-'-". 1 . Limited Number of Stulentsl is in a dilemma as to what is blasts signify a drill, meeting -S- Bert T. ! fl, \\; "---J// ", - going to happen to the BOttV or at t2 noon Saturday. Four I I I I I, I I Actin mEETInOs] 11'/_),, Thurs. evenings7-91m I is like lhe orphan child that no out of town. The radios are " .. ' Br f i'amBean f'_ , Starting Jan. 29th I one else wants, except some of being repaired and new hose ad ord 222-55) b .n,a,,,o+,+,,, n,,,,, ,+,+,,o,,. ,,.o,,, ,a .o. o+. A.ow REBATE DAYS It'-'- mVJJiP!|:<-:-//B"J 222-5562' " (davy) _ t'eg stralion of the machines', battery chrger seems to have "- " ..... lip t. - ,, IF Barbara and ttorace 999/1, tax, a) At present, il h)oks like tlw disappeared from the Fire - ednudav J,, 91 - t almer are grandparents of a ! .- If """ .......... Fish and Game will be our Station. This is thesecondthis WELlZ I{IVER: BluW:lountain"LJnion School Board 7'30 grandson born Decemlr from ' parenlfo,'tlmtit'nelxeing!lf year. ,t is well marked so if p.tn. ' " 141h. James and Quinta SKI a 1 F ..... '++++++ AHILEE : Zoning Board of Adjustment, 7:30 p.m ......... . ... Chef Bancroft remains at VERSItI1H,: School Board budget meeting 7"30 n m at new colin s name is maunew the Mary ltitchcock Hospital. Vershire Elementary School. , r. Ramsay. Send a card. "rids,., Jan 9"1 Pal and Jennifer Benjamin Robert Pike is also a patient WOODSVILLE: Haveri'liDis'tri-ctCourt 2p m attended a mother-daughter ,,'" " 1 HAVEItIIIIA,: Selectmen, 7 p.m. l.innell. Jennifer is the AFS . ! SEMI-ANNUAL #' , cardalMarytlitehcck'drphima, Monday Jan26 ' ' " supper in honor of Jennifer Fi rst stven members of the FAIRLEE: Selectmen, ap.m. stu.den! from Oxbow who is I FREE gotngto,-,uszralmmra ear AsquanmhumaukeeSno-Mobil NEWBURY: Selectmen, 7:30p.m. ' " " Y " Make your Club cut trails around TItE'TF()I{I): Selectmen 7pro. There were 26 people present Moosihtuke Sunday morning, lAml  d-.  ......... ' for the supper Jennifer's t,A ) nlOll1r Lonnle ner sister Tempera/ure was 10 when we E CORINTH: I/arming Commission 730n m ,. ..// :i left town. Needless Io say, no .ut-suav, ............. an...:'" "" '-" ' Sarah, . and Katherine. . Ober. " erie stood around leo long. If ..... . . ".. tOOK her to tne airport m GF, O'ION. Zoning Boat d of Adjustment 7 m ' P " " Don's Mobil you kept working it was Wedqesday, Jan. 28 Albany on Sunday. alright. You can now ride WOODSV1LLE: Haverhill Cooperative School Board at from town to Moosilauke Inn Woodsville High School, 7:3Op,m. Then then up the mountain if you I' 'V--J.IIIE()I,I)('AirS': iiii know where to go. Signs will IIII IIIII II ., , ) !! m be erected soon. | |a , __,,,,__ m m [ lm i , iiiii:: Jot,, The Model A' !)i 1 We siil, have ,oo,o dogs IFIi (,,.(,.)llllllU I I .e.,,,,.,.,..c,,,, recieve IN ADDITION up to a running around. Since we now l I -- -- -- - --" ' t t  Iol d(t,lilsc Illol,lltv have a leash law, ifyouvalue I -' CALIilUAI-( I ii ;i,.,;,:,i,.:.:,.,,v;,,:.;i,.,: rebate, . your dog, put a tag on it and 11 '"1 !:::i:: .2t No. Main St. ::i directly from Ski-Doo confine it. Conservation of- Wednesday, Jan. 21 i:!!:!!! Iarrl',VerltlOllt05ii.lt !iii ficers are also watching these NEWBURY: Gymnastics forgradesl-6atNewburyTown !iiii or i!iii Mobil loose dogs. It is a bad time of Hall, 2:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Sponsored by the Newbury Athletic {i!i John ('omtell !i!ii Buy a pair of LADLES FALL or yo.,o.+o.,o,,.,+,,,o Council. , iii ,{FDZ,Ih.,,,,,,,) ::iiiii be loose in the woods. We have WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church of iiill Womtsvilh,, N .11. oa783 iiilii I11 hil| 787 ()q4q a WINTER SHOE; at REGULAR PRICE and a found dogtraeksfarbackin Christvestry, servingatnoon. Reservations: 757-2208.  .............. ::.:.!!. :,. ! Fairlee, Vermont FAI RLEE: Annual meeting and potluck dinner of the ' <m:mii!ii:::im   : :.:::.ii!iim Federated Church, 6:30 p.m., Donahue Memorial Dining get tt ; sec01,,,3, Pair of equal value or WELL room. Friday, Jan. 23 ross al solu -.,,,.,"--'.: DRILLING BRADFORD: Senior citizens' luncheon, Oxbow Vocational For Center, serving at 1, :45 a.m. Reservations requested: (802) 222-4782. y FREE 1st PAIR $32 ROTARY HAMMER BRADFORD: OdellWalker Band, 9-1p.m., B.Y.O.B. Set-ups 2nd PAIR $31 DRILLING. 20 YEARS available. Benefit of Vershire Volunteer Fire Department. Saturday, Jan. 24 TOTAL VALUE $63 DRILLING EXPERIENCE w. TOPSHAM: Winter Outdoor Sports Equipment Sale at Ht  ( ObAPt.EI[ WAI[:I Union 36 School, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Consignments wan- BUT YOU PAY ONLY $32 TOTAL SYSH_/WS,NSIALtED ted. Benefit of the West Topsham Tri-Village Fire Depart- ment. ,, "' ', ' CHOOSE FROM FOR FREt [$TIMIT[ HANOVER: "Financial Planning for Women workshop, CAt[ OR WRITE Tuck Graduate School of Business Administration, 8:45 a.m.- I pro. Sponsored by Women's Network of the Upper Valley * ETIENNE AIGNER * AIR STEP * HUSH PUPPIES and the Tuck School. Open to the public. For information, call The E 6434727. ?SY STREET BENEDIII Sunday. Jan. 2.5 ORFORD: Maleomb Grebe will be the pastor at the Orford 1  ',' ; ',', r, , o Monday, Jan. 26 LEBANON, N.H. '. , ,,(. '' BRADFORD--Bradford Village Trust annual meeting, Mon.-Sat 9-5:30, .t ;t, a3:; Bradford Academy, 7:30 p.m. Visa Mastercharge Welcome Friday 'Ill 9 o.m. 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE Tuesday,Jan. Z7 BRADFORD: Senior citizens' luncheon, Oxbow Vocational Center, serving at ,1:45 a.m Reservations requested: (802) 222-4782. Wednesday, Jan. 28 , NEWBURY: Gymnastics for grade 1-6 at the Newbury Town Hall, 2:30-4:30 p.m. Sponsored by the Newbury Athletic Society. " WELI RIVER: Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church of Christ vestry, serving at neon. Reservations: 757-2206. NORWICH: A Community Health Services, Ine. Town Nurse will be checking hypertension, weight and glaucoma at Tracy Hall from 9-12 noon, THETFORD: A Community Health Services, Inc. Town Nurse will be checking hypertension, weight and glaucoma at Thetford Hill Church from 1-4 p.m. HARE . offer! Special . 99 ! I1' =" Last INSULATED SECURITY BOX b,+ Keep records, insurance polic" , ' & marriage certi- ficates and more, safely stored away in this insulated security box. Ideal for use both at home and in the office. Constructed of fire-resistant steel with tan enamel finish. With lock and carrying handle. 14VWx9V=Dx4H in. 1385 QUANTITIES LIMITED FOGG'S HA.RDWARE & BUILDING SUPPLY  Faidee, Vt. 05045 Tel. 802.333-9701 !1 , B l[ IIt[L i <,+ " i i  1!' Price! " :: -' :: ....... <\< .r ........ 1403 " - i P  .,,m / !i,= t .... , +q,,- ,L:.= - I < "'11 ! '- tUl'q! ,. II / .... ' II /3 ., ................. II I  _ Main St, 838.6677 Usbon It . Oi1' on in-stock items! Open 6 days a week  %1 ........ , " ' ....... -' ...... IL - .------JJ 25% OFF II Rockwell ON DRILL SELECTED ROCKWELL TABL No. 4250 The big drl. for tM  lob Drills up to Y=" in steel, 1" in wood Drills in wood, metal, masonry, even glass Preset and Iookl speed up to 750 RPM Reversing switch removes screws, nuts, jammed bits Powerful 2.8 amp motor develops .27 H.P. Double reduction gears, high impect housing Complete with auxiliary side handle, chuck key, holder and 6' cord UL Listed use SALE $54 $41 u TOOLS , Rockwell IN STOCK! NEt POLISHER C H Homo  Sandr/Pollllte No. 4710 T mm, ll, al io, r.la+t lira lshlr CARRY i -=:'- ...... --$--37 ! 3:.&.::.:.:.:.::.:., ,.,.... , ! i U+ ENDS GRilIDE JAN ' '-''" Remvaie wh++ Q+aCd$ ind + HeT ol: r CgtP ''o ....... ,..,.,,:=--' HOURS: ROCKWELL Mon.-Fri. 7-5:00 p.m. PORTABLE -- Sat. 7-3:30 p.m. TO00N onnva SALE TO0! HOME BUILDING cENT ELY, VERMONT (802)