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January 28, 1981.The Journal Opinion-Page 3 i. Uorlnth : ,,,, Stella Knapp II 439-5762 annual meeting,of the Williams presiding, elected to serve as officers, on ""'.tC0rinth United Church of The reports of the church boards committees: James S [ was held in the church officers, boards and com- or Hood, moderator, 1 year; [Itu on the evening of Jan. mittees were accepted as Mary Holland, clerk, 1 year; I, lw ith the moderator, Paul printed. The following were Paul Williams, treasurer, 1 l" [ I I It TAYL0t-PAItR AGENCYo II.  year; Mary Brockhardt and Freda Willmms, board of 1 trustees, 3 years; Everdene [ INSURANCE: .oo00 o, Wo.00 fE DIFFERENCE Ministries, 3 years; Rosa F '"'' SERVICE sinee 1860 i Heidenreieh, Beth Thompson ! - vou and Dorothy Wadsworth, t: .__f hospitality committee, 3 . I ---: -- 29 Main Street years; Donna Townsend, "-- music committee, 3 years; te ii Bradford, Vt. ill ,: 9AM-SPM  2-v-s=K j,j John Brockhardt and Stella q THANKYOU Edwin Lord of Lyme Center, N.H. for your purchase of a i./ New GMC General Log Truck 1"r.[ Truca Equipment Sales._" Service i WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, VERMONT 05001 (802) 295-3105 Knapp, diaconate, 3 years; Beverly Longo, Church School Supt., 1 year ; Wendy Heidenreich, Board of Christian Education, 3 years; Thomas Wilson and Bert Holland, Inter-Church Council, 2 years; William Heidenreich, auditor, 1 year; Grace Hutchinson, Everdene Hood and Jackie Rae Johnson, delegates, 1 year; and Lyle Thompson, nominating committee, 3 years, Pastor White announced that on March 8 the Eclesiastical Council of the Grafton-Orange Association Wells River The Wells River Congregational Church participated in the service of prayer for Christian unity at the Bath Congregational Church Jan. 20. Dr, David Kerr was the speaker for the ecumenical service. The Wells River Fire Station held a car wash Jan. 17 with a good number of area residents taking advantage of this op- portunity. Albert Stevens showed slides of the building of the library addition at the Friday Evening Happening Jan. 23 at the Baldwin Memorial Library. Included were slides of the dedication of the library. The 14th Annual Junior High School Basketball Tour- nament sponsored by the Woodsville-Wells River Rotary Club will be held at Blue Mountain Union School Jan. 23 - Jan. 30. On Jan. 23, Oxbow played Haverhill and Beth Nelson I IIIII 757-3429 Blue Mountain played Lisbon. On Jan. 24, the Consolation and Championship games were played. Class B games will take place on Jan. 29 with Barnet playing Waterford at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. and Fairlee playing Monroe at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. The Consolation and Championship games wQll be played Jan. 3O from 5 p.tn. on. There will be a presentation of trophies and awards the final night. Orford New officers ot Cotmecticut Valley Chapter No. 42, ().F.S. were installed at the Masonic Temple on Jan. 12. Janet It. Purington, Past Grand Matron, was the Installing Past Grand Matron. Officers installed with the exception of Worthy Patron, Marshall, Esther and Sentinel were as follows: Ethel Mack, Worthy Matron; Maurice A. Roberts, Jr., Worthy Patron; Dorothy Wentworth 'mB, Pierce, Associate Matron; Woodsviile Members of the United Met hodist Church par- ticipated in the area service in connection with the week of prayer for Christian Unity which was held this year at the Bath Congregational Church. On ,Jan. 20 at 7:30 p.m., Dr. David Kerr brought the message. The theme this year as "There is a Variety of Gifts But Always the Same Spirit ." Marjorie Gray 353-4896 (Tonductrcss; ('arol Bagley, Associate Conductress: Valissa I(ot)erl, Mnrshall; Marcia Willis, Ada; Irene Gulley, Ruth; Michelle Roberts, Fsther; Valeda Colby, Martha; Jane Ilebb, Electa: Charles Pike, War- der; and Donna Robinson, Sentinel. Mrs. Purington was assisted by Dean tlammond, Installing Past Grand Patron; Emily Clough, Past Grand Matron, Installing Marshal; Marilyn Beth Nelson 757 -3429 A Baked Bean Supper was held in the dining room Jan. 24. Little League Basketball began at the Communit Building Jan, 17 with area young people participating. This will be a weekly event. The Fire Department sponsored a car wash Jan, 24. The services of St. Luke's Episcopal Church will be held at |1 a.m. at St. Joseph's Catholic Church from now through March. On Jan, 16, the Woodsville Engineers defeated Plymouth in basketball with a score of 81-55. Collections are still being taken for the Belgium Booster Club. The Volunteer Ambulance Service met Jan. 20 in the Conference Room with Jeff Moulton as speaker. He talked to the group concerning respiratory therapy. The Office of the Tax Collector was closed last week. Frank and Joan Parker in The Evangelical Free Church believes: "In the bodily resurrection of the dead; of the believer to everlasting blessed- ness and joy with the Lord, of the unbeliever to judgment and everlasting conscious punishment." Preparation for a futurefUfe begins by an acceptance of Jesus Christ as personal Savior. You can hear more about/esus Christ at: Bradford Evangelical Free Church ,' mhi I) el' ice I 1:011 iII)L 'rE 5 Sunday School 9:45 I.t)WER PI.AIN Marcella Hoffmann Douglas Roli'e, Associale Churgh, Installing Chaplain, Brazil called Pastor and Mrs. Bill Wick, 51. l)iv., Pastor - Patron; Virginia Smith, James Bagley, Installing Albert Parker recently. They t12',',2-.r,! ----'=-- 764-5795 cretarv ttazel l)onnelly, Organist; Winston Purington, are booking a flight on April 1 .... / wouldthis churchbe meetingtoquestionat 3 p.m.him forin [)avid Keneson enjoyed a Treasurer: Grace Bagley, Installing Sentinel and Hollis 23. ' visit Saturday with his son Church, lnstallingWarder. ordination on' March 22. A Roy of Goffstown. social hour followed with Debra Bh)dgett won a free .... ---70--- .........................  CLEARANCE refreshments served by the Janua ,ospitalitycommittee. facial attheBridalShowcase Smith Aut Sales Mrs.RecentGuygUests of ,,Mr' andher in Plynmuth last Sunday. Lebanon, i,d Miller uere Carol Anne Bernier, who Route 120 N.H. SALE En s a nephews and nieces T.C., as commentator,perates the Boutique on "  ] ' 1 ' "   J -- ( --" " 603 - 8 -   00" = Sat. Jan. 31st Tammy, Kimberly and Randy Ellsworth Hill, directed the ,,-,., Bulck/Olds . McLam from Orlando, Fla. Bridal Showcase and served ",,-,'% . ./,,sWL While yisiting the Millers, v_.jZL;2::= '.,! they enjoyedasugaronsnow The Fire Department an- ,an,.,,,..a,. 0r call Ll/.L__l/l/. " -?  with dill pickles party, swered a call on Monday at I FIIAi00L The flowers on the church the home of Ray Hutehins in S. Joe Loschiav0 Bradford, Vt. 802-439-5466 altar last Sunday were given Wentworth. The fire, of a ' was kY memory of her father, }larry extinguished.  O Hunter. Joel Tatham who was in- jured recently has recovered SA ES FINAL ............ from the head wound, he sustained when his car's NO REFUNDS or EXCHANGES throttle jammed causing him to lose control on the slippery BABY ARRIVES road. He struck a tree near the Mr. and Mrs. James home of the Deutsch family. Rostron of Canaan are parents They took him in and called of a baby hey, Brett Allen, Police Chill"Tom Smith who bornDee. 31at Alice Peck Day summoned the Plymouth Memorial Hospital. Hospital ambulance. The Baker River Snowmobile Club had a busy  ,,, .  i weekend with a potluck supper Saturday at Pine ttaven and a cookout Sunday at Brackett Pond. They will meet again at Pine Haven in /O OjO," " two weeks, Peter Butson, a lay teacher IR =EPORT OF ONDrtlON -__ .......... Xonal Bank o# Bradford PuI== * ----------.:- ........... mmmm on D. r__ .... 1980 I._Ovmw aumaw__ 7267 tttatl   ttumaet 1 " of Remoace= end Les Thouunde M doiiml Oeitmns o Suite=  poatcat samon m me Umted States ....... [2 t'g ] /t o Ncutme= ............ I Fod,ag fund= sold erie  laUtctuo unOr 0roomen to ,oll Le: Niiru:e for  loan I . . ....... w Leith, N t nanan teee .................... .__I.5.4..B3.- Real eslate  Oet than  premme . . "''"Non-e"'-'- A, ome = 2 94 .. TOTAL ASSETS ......... ".. 2 6,31. 2 OemaJ Oeoots ol menOuals patmesJps, itl comoauot .................... [---'--4-7"O1 ercotpotoas .......... l 1.7,997 1 ",,. o,., ......................... t--- a "i "' s .............. .'(/(. (. ......  "-   =ocu. sore unO mmm =o tcmu [ None [ ,-,= odmateO nolo= aml oer .. "- .............. Pea'etlCOmmoa socStck NoN sharesa'harel euthortze(etstan4mo  ......  viuo) _J UTAL EQUITY CAPITAL .............. '.." ..................... TOTAL LI/LITIES AN E(JITY CAPITAL ............................. ] 2 6. ] 1 Ave 1o 30 eruder ,t=y= (, celenmr moa) ett with roooeTdMe: Newbury Call collect. tIBER FDIC "'4c NATIONAL BANK ZNSUPD TO $zoo, ooo Bradford Fairlee E. Thetford ._ 1 Phone 444-2742 ARS ROEBUCK, Woodsville. N.H. WB.LS RIVER lakNDROMAT, Wells River, Vt. PIKE STORE, Pike, N.H. McLAM's STORE, E. Corinth, V! FAIRLEE GEHERAL, fairies. Vt, . ORFOROVILE STORE. Orfordvilte. N.H FIL CLEANERS r complete clothing care center h)r pick-up and delivery service at Rumney Bible Conference, was the preacher Sunday at the Baptist Church on Atwell Hill, Mr. Carlson being out of town on business. Judy Santee sang "The Lord Is My Shepherd" accompanied by Marcia Bailey. Both young ladies are associated with the Discipleship of Prayer. The mid-week service will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 2a at the home of Robert Smith in Rumney. The Robert Blodgett family recently moved into their newly built home on Ellsworth Hill Robert Thayer visited Grades 7 and 8 to share with them his knowledge of the Civil War period. He showed them a Civil War uniform, firearms and equipment. PERSONAL SELECTION i FOR HIM & FOR HER  CLOTHING & GIFTS DD FTH Gift Wrapping ) Gift Certificates We offer the strongest buying prices in the Upper Valley with the expertise to back our offers. Bring your valuables in to us, we're conveniently located in the heart of West Lebanon and we'll be here permanently. Marked 10K - 14K - 18K High School & College Rings Bracelets Chains - Necklaces - Wedding Rings - Dental Gold - Gold Pocket Watches - Antique Jewelry - Rings. ' t ii Knives Forks Spoons * Tea Sets . : Flatware We buy single pieces or  ] sets -- all,items must be marked, Sterling Silver Bars etc... ALWAYS DUYIH COIN COLLECTIONS * GOLD COINS STAMPS DIAMOND RINGS ETC. ALL SILVER COINS, U.S. It FOREIGN $$$ WRIST WATCHES $$$ Plaget Men's & Ladles 18K Gold Rolex and model - PLEASE OFFER Patek Phlllippe Men's & Ladles gold cases Rolex Pres. 18K Gold Bands = Patek Calendar & Repeater gold cases Universal Calendar - Gold i i ii " i iii $$$ POCKET WATCHES $$$ Patek Phill|gpe - Jurgenen - Frodsham - Lange - Dent - Ekegren - Audemars- Meylan - Asmann - Grossman - Capt. - Chronometers -Repeators - Stop Watches - Calendars - Enamels - Unusual or Complicated Movements. SLACKS fail & winter SKIRTS Our Entire DRESSES BLOUSES Stock! SKIRTS . jr .Missies BLAZERS . Petite JERSEYS WINTER PANTS ,Half-size SWEATERS BOOTS Price Price " Price GLOVES JEWELRY" ROBES fall & SCARF LUGGAGE GOWNS winter HATS TOTE BAGS BRAS Dress MITTENS and MORE GIRDLES & Casual % Price P" P" Price We Have Many Other Great Winter Sale Items at Savin from 20% to 30% Durin Clearance Sale/ LAST WEEK ... Sale Ends Sa!. Jan. 31sti ,. pri cut 31  $O,f NO-IRON RRCAU[  Shoob Sale .  PiNows ' . Gn . Blankds . Mattm= Pads , Fkddmst royal velvet towels and wash , Ckmt  and much .'eel Last Chance Dont Miss It ! January 28, 1981.The Journal Opinion-Page 3 i. Uorlnth : ,,,, Stella Knapp II 439-5762 annual meeting,of the Williams presiding, elected to serve as officers, on ""'.tC0rinth United Church of The reports of the church boards committees: James S [ was held in the church officers, boards and com- or Hood, moderator, 1 year; [Itu on the evening of Jan. mittees were accepted as Mary Holland, clerk, 1 year; I, lw ith the moderator, Paul printed. The following were Paul Williams, treasurer, 1 l" [ I I It TAYL0t-PAItR AGENCYo II.  year; Mary Brockhardt and Freda Willmms, board of 1 trustees, 3 years; Everdene [ INSURANCE: .oo00 o, Wo.00 fE DIFFERENCE Ministries, 3 years; Rosa F '"'' SERVICE sinee 1860 i Heidenreieh, Beth Thompson ! - vou and Dorothy Wadsworth, t: .__f hospitality committee, 3 . I ---: -- 29 Main Street years; Donna Townsend, "-- music committee, 3 years; te ii Bradford, Vt. ill ,: 9AM-SPM  2-v-s=K j,j John Brockhardt and Stella q THANKYOU Edwin Lord of Lyme Center, N.H. for your purchase of a i./ New GMC General Log Truck 1"r.[ Truca Equipment Sales._" Service i WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, VERMONT 05001 (802) 295-3105 Knapp, diaconate, 3 years; Beverly Longo, Church School Supt., 1 year ; Wendy Heidenreich, Board of Christian Education, 3 years; Thomas Wilson and Bert Holland, Inter-Church Council, 2 years; William Heidenreich, auditor, 1 year; Grace Hutchinson, Everdene Hood and Jackie Rae Johnson, delegates, 1 year; and Lyle Thompson, nominating committee, 3 years, Pastor White announced that on March 8 the Eclesiastical Council of the Grafton-Orange Association Wells River The Wells River Congregational Church participated in the service of prayer for Christian unity at the Bath Congregational Church Jan. 20. Dr, David Kerr was the speaker for the ecumenical service. The Wells River Fire Station held a car wash Jan. 17 with a good number of area residents taking advantage of this op- portunity. Albert Stevens showed slides of the building of the library addition at the Friday Evening Happening Jan. 23 at the Baldwin Memorial Library. Included were slides of the dedication of the library. The 14th Annual Junior High School Basketball Tour- nament sponsored by the Woodsville-Wells River Rotary Club will be held at Blue Mountain Union School Jan. 23 - Jan. 30. On Jan. 23, Oxbow played Haverhill and Beth Nelson I IIIII 757-3429 Blue Mountain played Lisbon. On Jan. 24, the Consolation and Championship games were played. Class B games will take place on Jan. 29 with Barnet playing Waterford at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. and Fairlee playing Monroe at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. The Consolation and Championship games wQll be played Jan. 3O from 5 p.tn. on. There will be a presentation of trophies and awards the final night. Orford New officers ot Cotmecticut Valley Chapter No. 42, ().F.S. were installed at the Masonic Temple on Jan. 12. Janet It. Purington, Past Grand Matron, was the Installing Past Grand Matron. Officers installed with the exception of Worthy Patron, Marshall, Esther and Sentinel were as follows: Ethel Mack, Worthy Matron; Maurice A. Roberts, Jr., Worthy Patron; Dorothy Wentworth 'mB, Pierce, Associate Matron; Woodsviile Members of the United Met hodist Church par- ticipated in the area service in connection with the week of prayer for Christian Unity which was held this year at the Bath Congregational Church. On ,Jan. 20 at 7:30 p.m., Dr. David Kerr brought the message. The theme this year as "There is a Variety of Gifts But Always the Same Spirit ." Marjorie Gray 353-4896 (Tonductrcss; ('arol Bagley, Associate Conductress: Valissa I(ot)erl, Mnrshall; Marcia Willis, Ada; Irene Gulley, Ruth; Michelle Roberts, Fsther; Valeda Colby, Martha; Jane Ilebb, Electa: Charles Pike, War- der; and Donna Robinson, Sentinel. Mrs. Purington was assisted by Dean tlammond, Installing Past Grand Patron; Emily Clough, Past Grand Matron, Installing Marshal; Marilyn Beth Nelson 757 -3429 A Baked Bean Supper was held in the dining room Jan. 24. Little League Basketball began at the Communit Building Jan, 17 with area young people participating. This will be a weekly event. The Fire Department sponsored a car wash Jan, 24. The services of St. Luke's Episcopal Church will be held at |1 a.m. at St. Joseph's Catholic Church from now through March. On Jan, 16, the Woodsville Engineers defeated Plymouth in basketball with a score of 81-55. Collections are still being taken for the Belgium Booster Club. The Volunteer Ambulance Service met Jan. 20 in the Conference Room with Jeff Moulton as speaker. He talked to the group concerning respiratory therapy. The Office of the Tax Collector was closed last week. Frank and Joan Parker in The Evangelical Free Church believes: "In the bodily resurrection of the dead; of the believer to everlasting blessed- ness and joy with the Lord, of the unbeliever to judgment and everlasting conscious punishment." Preparation for a futurefUfe begins by an acceptance of Jesus Christ as personal Savior. You can hear more about/esus Christ at: Bradford Evangelical Free Church ,' mhi I) el' ice I 1:011 iII)L 'rE 5 Sunday School 9:45 I.t)WER PI.AIN Marcella Hoffmann Douglas Roli'e, Associale Churgh, Installing Chaplain, Brazil called Pastor and Mrs. Bill Wick, 51. l)iv., Pastor - Patron; Virginia Smith, James Bagley, Installing Albert Parker recently. They t12',',2-.r,! ----'=-- 764-5795 cretarv ttazel l)onnelly, Organist; Winston Purington, are booking a flight on April 1 .... / wouldthis churchbe meetingtoquestionat 3 p.m.him forin [)avid Keneson enjoyed a Treasurer: Grace Bagley, Installing Sentinel and Hollis 23. ' visit Saturday with his son Church, lnstallingWarder. ordination on' March 22. A Roy of Goffstown. social hour followed with Debra Bh)dgett won a free .... ---70--- .........................  CLEARANCE refreshments served by the Janua ,ospitalitycommittee. facial attheBridalShowcase Smith Aut Sales Mrs.RecentGuygUests of ,,Mr' andher in Plynmuth last Sunday. Lebanon, i,d Miller uere Carol Anne Bernier, who Route 120 N.H. SALE En s a nephews and nieces T.C., as commentator,perates the Boutique on "  ] ' 1 ' "   J -- ( --" " 603 - 8 -   00" = Sat. Jan. 31st Tammy, Kimberly and Randy Ellsworth Hill, directed the ,,-,., Bulck/Olds . McLam from Orlando, Fla. Bridal Showcase and served ",,-,'% . ./,,sWL While yisiting the Millers, v_.jZL;2::= '.,! they enjoyedasugaronsnow The Fire Department an- ,an,.,,,..a,. 0r call Ll/.L__l/l/. " -?  with dill pickles party, swered a call on Monday at I FIIAi00L The flowers on the church the home of Ray Hutehins in S. Joe Loschiav0 Bradford, Vt. 802-439-5466 altar last Sunday were given Wentworth. The fire, of a ' was kY memory of her father, }larry extinguished.  O Hunter. Joel Tatham who was in- jured recently has recovered SA ES FINAL ............ from the head wound, he sustained when his car's NO REFUNDS or EXCHANGES throttle jammed causing him to lose control on the slippery BABY ARRIVES road. He struck a tree near the Mr. and Mrs. James home of the Deutsch family. Rostron of Canaan are parents They took him in and called of a baby hey, Brett Allen, Police Chill"Tom Smith who bornDee. 31at Alice Peck Day summoned the Plymouth Memorial Hospital. Hospital ambulance. The Baker River Snowmobile Club had a busy  ,,, .  i weekend with a potluck supper Saturday at Pine ttaven and a cookout Sunday at Brackett Pond. They will meet again at Pine Haven in /O OjO," " two weeks, Peter Butson, a lay teacher IR =EPORT OF ONDrtlON -__ .......... Xonal Bank o# Bradford PuI== * ----------.:- ........... mmmm on D. r__ .... 1980 I._Ovmw aumaw__ 7267 tttatl   ttumaet 1 " of Remoace= end Les Thouunde M doiiml Oeitmns o Suite=  poatcat samon m me Umted States ....... [2 t'g ] /t o Ncutme= ............ I Fod,ag fund= sold erie  laUtctuo unOr 0roomen to ,oll Le: Niiru:e for  loan I . . ....... w Leith, N t nanan teee .................... .__I.5.4..B3.- Real eslate  Oet than  premme . . "''"Non-e"'-'- A, ome = 2 94 .. TOTAL ASSETS ......... ".. 2 6,31. 2 OemaJ Oeoots ol menOuals patmesJps, itl comoauot .................... [---'--4-7"O1 ercotpotoas .......... l 1.7,997 1 ",,. o,., ......................... t--- a "i "' s .............. .'(/(. (. ......  "-   =ocu. sore unO mmm =o tcmu [ None [ ,-,= odmateO nolo= aml oer .. "- .............. Pea'etlCOmmoa socStck NoN sharesa'harel euthortze(etstan4mo  ......  viuo) _J UTAL EQUITY CAPITAL .............. '.." ..................... TOTAL LI/LITIES AN E(JITY CAPITAL ............................. ] 2 6. ] 1 Ave 1o 30 eruder ,t=y= (, celenmr moa) ett with roooeTdMe: Newbury Call collect. tIBER FDIC "'4c NATIONAL BANK ZNSUPD TO $zoo, ooo Bradford Fairlee E. Thetford ._ 1 Phone 444-2742 ARS ROEBUCK, Woodsville. N.H. WB.LS RIVER lakNDROMAT, Wells River, Vt. PIKE STORE, Pike, N.H. McLAM's STORE, E. Corinth, V! FAIRLEE GEHERAL, fairies. Vt, . ORFOROVILE STORE. Orfordvilte. N.H FIL CLEANERS r complete clothing care center h)r pick-up and delivery service at Rumney Bible Conference, was the preacher Sunday at the Baptist Church on Atwell Hill, Mr. Carlson being out of town on business. Judy Santee sang "The Lord Is My Shepherd" accompanied by Marcia Bailey. Both young ladies are associated with the Discipleship of Prayer. The mid-week service will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 2a at the home of Robert Smith in Rumney. The Robert Blodgett family recently moved into their newly built home on Ellsworth Hill Robert Thayer visited Grades 7 and 8 to share with them his knowledge of the Civil War period. He showed them a Civil War uniform, firearms and equipment. PERSONAL SELECTION i FOR HIM & FOR HER  CLOTHING & GIFTS DD FTH Gift Wrapping ) Gift Certificates We offer the strongest buying prices in the Upper Valley with the expertise to back our offers. Bring your valuables in to us, we're conveniently located in the heart of West Lebanon and we'll be here permanently. Marked 10K - 14K - 18K High School & College Rings Bracelets Chains - Necklaces - Wedding Rings - Dental Gold - Gold Pocket Watches - Antique Jewelry - Rings. ' t ii Knives Forks Spoons * Tea Sets . : Flatware We buy single pieces or  ] sets -- all,items must be marked, Sterling Silver Bars etc... ALWAYS DUYIH COIN COLLECTIONS * GOLD COINS STAMPS DIAMOND RINGS ETC. ALL SILVER COINS, U.S. It FOREIGN $$$ WRIST WATCHES $$$ Plaget Men's & Ladles 18K Gold Rolex and model - PLEASE OFFER Patek Phlllippe Men's & Ladles gold cases Rolex Pres. 18K Gold Bands = Patek Calendar & Repeater gold cases Universal Calendar - Gold i i ii " i iii $$$ POCKET WATCHES $$$ Patek Phill|gpe - Jurgenen - Frodsham - Lange - Dent - Ekegren - Audemars- Meylan - Asmann - Grossman - Capt. - Chronometers - Repeators - Stop Watches - Calendars - Enamels - Unusual or Complicated Movements. SLACKS fail & winter SKIRTS Our Entire DRESSES BLOUSES Stock! SKIRTS . jr .Missies BLAZERS . Petite JERSEYS WINTER PANTS ,Half-size SWEATERS BOOTS Price Price " Price GLOVES JEWELRY" ROBES fall & SCARF LUGGAGE GOWNS winter HATS TOTE BAGS BRAS Dress MITTENS and MORE GIRDLES & Casual % Price P" P" Price We Have Many Other Great Winter Sale Items at Savin from 20% to 30% Durin Clearance Sale/ LAST WEEK ... Sale Ends Sa!. Jan. 31sti ,. pri cut 31  $O,f NO-IRON RRCAU[  Shoob Sale .  PiNows ' . Gn . Blankds . Mattm= Pads , Fkddmst royal velvet towels and wash , Ckmt  and much .'eel Last Chance Dont Miss It !