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January 28. i 98 l-The Journal Opinion-Page 5  ont I:Y " Underhill, daughter Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence . lderhill has arrived at her kerican Field Service home >,i.,-, Grand Marais, Min., , &[ere she will complete her a-iphomore school year. le culthia, president of the " Butphomore Class at Oxbow, oil,S reported that she is loomeying clarinet in the school - hestra and has been skiing wotre, tier host family has a 'yen ifartment store there and event!ure skiing equipment, The • whegh school is smaller and she trter rapidly adjusting. She f_ at ndled her customs- nd-nadian travel with mature arks,fidence She will represent asi-de typical" fine Upper Valley ,ongret the Connecticut River Io fly"2.,innesota and we are proud of Lal SI at representation. but Piermont 4-It Leaders re th )sted a meeting in the Town etion, all, of Leaders-and-Teens ;ural ednesday evening, Jan. 21 ith emphasis on the rea/l "ograms and plans for 4-H us tha enagers. at .A holiday party which was porat reported previously is a l and Y shower hosted at the frome of Mrs. John Ellswortih e .,con her, assisted by Mel:7  it is-,/, se for Mrs. Stephen Ye a tur;.!bout 20 guests enjoy om hghtful El m party and the Wards ,as ve now returned to their :estime in the south to await the the, .ate S e t, I arrival of the one who will use !hose gifts. Mark Rivers, 15, of Ellicottville, N.Y. has arrived h) complete his sophomore ,,'ear as an American Field Service student at Oxbow and is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. l,awrence Underhill of Piermont. One of his interests is drama and he already has the male lead of "Guys and Dolls" which will be given in the spring Expect to hear niore, i Mrs, Eugene Robbins is grateful for the friends who look over the Wnmen's Fellowship which was sup- posed h) be hekl in her home m early January as well as the other count less kmdamsses. No one said "'ms" to any wild or weird request. We are sure t)th Ihe Journal OpilfiOl5 and the town would appreciate news sent in as this is prtKlueed in slow motion, The i l0th annual ineeting of the Piermont Mutual Fire Insurance (?ompany was held Monday afternoon, Jan. 19 at the Imme of lhe secretary Meda Kinghor|l. lie-elected to office for the coining year were President, Alfred Stevens; Secretary- Treasurer, Meda Kingborn; and l)irectors, Martin Day, Freeman Ruble, Lawrence Underhill and Robert Evans. • I CORPORATION COMPANY SLICE BLACKBERRIES ................. BLACKBERRIES ................... BLACK RASPBERR'IES" .............. CULTIVATED BLU EBERFI'E'S ....... "" DARK SWEET CHERRIES ......... RED TART CHERRIES ........... MIXED FRUIT .............. N Fa i rl ee M,. Esther Johnson 333-9704 The ()range East Senior Feb. 13. Mrs. Dottle Provost ('enter van will pick up any gave a very interesting and Fairlee senior citizen on informative talk on Fairlee as Warren FloyU If,. Kay - 761-9979 Bradford A Monday surprise party (,(uimhy frmn llooksett were numey, but because she liked Katrina Munn was anent the was given Mildred Bixby last at their place on Mountain the work and enjoyed doing organ soh)isls at Ihe concert week at her tmme. Plamfing Meadow i,ane on Beech llill, something for the town. Would sponsored hy the Connecticut the meal was Mary Evans. The Quimhys expect to move that il be we have morepeople Valley dist,'ict of tile Vermont Those present and taking part there permanently next wilh lhis civic pride. So, ('hapter ot tile American were Mildred DeCotis, Mary summer and are inswctmg anyone interested remember Guild of ()rganisls held Evans, Katherine Ballard, the school and road situation, the filing dates are open soon Sunday, ,lan. I, at the ()live thswes, Vera and Asquamchumauke Club met so get your name in there and Meriden, N.II., Margaret Whitcher, and Mr. at the firehouse Sunday join tile fun. It is getting more ('ongregalionat ('hurch. and Mrs. I)eane Cart. Thanks evening. Treasury balance is (tiflicull every year to get toall, il was appreciated, about as hefore. A good time Forly inenl|)crs nf the people t(5 take these town Friendship('lub met fur their Methodist Sunday School oo the ride reported. A ride- positions. We realize they do January meeting and pot luck had a sliding party at Randy ineto i,ongl'ondscheduled for not pay top dollar or any supper at tile United Church of Whitcher's Sunday afternoon, next Saturday. Five rooms are overtime, but what became of ('hrist. Folhwing the business with about 50 attending, reserved for the l{ide-in for civic prideandinterc,'st, mcet itg W. Gilber! ('ole Sounds like the old days. A Easter Seals. We need more Caution Snowmobilers, the showed slideslakenoforiginal picnic followed the sliding• snow, aboul one foot. carriage up Mt. Moosilauke is floral water color paintings The Town has gone to the Walace Wright has been in filled with trcs t'rom the hard done over 100 years ago by his dogs again. Rev. l{uth Sceva Spear llospital since winds of last month. In places an('eslor. (?aroline Pcckett. Williamson, coming from the last Sunday but is expected they are five trees deepand it These beauliful paintmgs East ttaverhill service to the homesoon. is going to take many man were not only botanically Warren Church service had to Lh)yd "Bus" Ilibbard is hours to clear the trails to say correct hut artistically sh)w down rapidly Sunday to expected home by Wed- nothing of the fire danger next arranged and presented. avoid hitting a creature she nesday, spring and summer. As much Many t)t the paintings in- believes was a wolf. It came l{obert Pike was home over (5t' this is National Forest and eluded the root system as well from the dump side of Route theweekend I)arlnmuth land we wonder if as lhe plant and I)lossom. The 25. jumped into the highway, The selectmen were in- they are aware of the vast I00 painlings were of Vermont falling, then gathered itself up formed this morning that damage that has been done in iltl fh)wers and were and made a rapid exit toward llelen K. Evans is not a this area. Some action should execule(t in her home on the the tlildreth Pond. Could it candidate for Town Treasurer he taken soon to eliminate this l,ower l'lain, now l he Garden have been a sheep in wolf's any more. tlelen says 36years danger spot. Motel. clothing? is enough and some younger The committee for tile The Hilbrunners were at person should be doing some W Newbury i supper was e,m,p,'ised of the their place on Route 118 over of these jobs. She stated she " ('ales, lhqen l)avis, Tom Kelly the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. had not done the job fnr the Bertha Carlton and Mr. and Mrs. Royce Boyd. ii 429-3868 " Three cars of relatives and The sewing group met frientls left lh'adfo'rd the 14111 Thursday at the home of Mrs. of ,lanuary for Wauhegan. Ill Ernest llen|nfings. Quite a lot where they stayed at the was accomplished at this first Iioliday Inn The nccassion Waits River-- meeting. All women are m- was h) see S.lt. Bernard, Kip viled to come. There were It (;endrov: S.It. l'eter Thurston iMrs. Clinton Sawyer present, and S.I{. Thomas l'aylor 4119-5445 The Recipe ('ollection gra(luale on lhe 16th from l{iverside (;l';Hlge Nn. 47)5 ('on|n|ittee has received (;rcat l,akes Naval Training met Wedncsdayeveningalthe excellent support from the ('enter. The hays will be I{oland ('lcnm||l hmne in BE ALERT ,o,. ,,,,,,.. ,,,,,,..,, tile sale this summer. It has follows Tom staying on at aeli|tgmaslcr. been 50 years since anything (ireal I,akes: Kip leaves the I{elmrls were 14iven by along this line has been done 23rd for l'hiladelphia. Pa. and legisPative. Youth Sunshine tefferheads, Envelopes, Business Cards, hy tile Women's Fclh,wslfip. I'eterh,ml)iego,('alif. and olher c,)|nmitlces n'll More news about this en- After graduation their MarjoriePeykinsreportedfor Announcements, Booklets,. Pa ets, deavor will be forth coming, company did so well the boys the llome Econonics Cam- Mrs. Phil Spear and Mrs. got liherly and stayed on at millee lhat malerials had Reports, Forms, Auction and Other June [ndelcato were in the motel with their folks for arrived for the sewing con- Catalogs. Williamstown on Thursday to the weekend Kip had been on It'sls visit their mother. Mrs. the swim team during basics, A card ol condolence is Shirley Waterhouse and found The following persons took the Ixqng sent h) lira llerberl her very comfortable ill her Irip: Shureen Tullar. George Chamhers family in ('hclsea. new apartment. The " . , .... Melcalf. Mr and Mrs Ber. (rio-i-', m ....... , a.,., Women's r'enowsmp nard (Jet "" ,, "- ._ • - ,,.,,,,, s a, ,,.a,' held their annual meeting at Gei,droi,: Mlr°.lad Mlaeeti-i tlitchcoek, Hospital n the parmage Jan. 20 with'l? Ta lor Ir • _., :., . llanowr, Nit. All your printing needs can now be filled by ladies present Mrs lymond T y' ' ; an,(/M, rS..larvm It .as voted for Grange • -" , '. , . , aylor' Luclnoa Ames-. menlber f,., -,,. Appmton read tne story aoout de';" " ..... ' " - .... isit the " Hery l'nurslon Karen • ,.. . . , calling Hugh Fox at the('hristianlqagfolh)wedby ('(take'and Iohn Allen The legmlalure thin sessmn. "lhe tile prayer "The flume has (please turn topage 12) I h'al .'" All r(,lx)rts rea(l an(t showed PRINT ;"" The new oltsuers [or lt)l'A are President. Mrs. Andrew Depot Street, Bradford, Vt. 05033 Jarrell: Vice PrBsident. Mrs. 802-222-9324 l)onaJd Putnam: Secretary, Mrs. Joseph Detour ; FIlOZBI roOD SA Unfl Wt Suqar Raho 8 Ibs ..... 5 Ibs ..... 28 Ibs ..... 5 Ibs ..... 20 Ibs ..... 30 Ibs ..... 30 Ibs ..... 7/1 5.49 ........ 5.49 ........ 25.99 ........ 7.49 15.59 5/1 19.99 5/1 20.49 ........ 17,99 5/1 19.49 ........ 6.49 19,99 4/1 23.99 4/1 5,99 18.99 24/1,2 oz. : , i i : i i : ' 17,99 24/12 oz ......... 15.99 24/12 oz ......... 17.49 24/12 oz ........... 19,99 24/12 oz., ......... 14.49 24/12 oz ........ 17.49 SLICED PEACHES' .................. 20 Ibs ..... RED RASPBERRIES ................. 30 Ibs ..... 5 Ibs ..... LG WHOLESTRAWI3ER'II'FS'IIIIIII 201bs ..... SLICED STRAWBERRIES 30 Ibs ..... SLICED STRAWBERRIES ........... 6V2 Ibs.. ...... , .... ., APPLE JUICE CONCENTRATE ....... 24/12 oz. CRANBERRY JUICE CONCENTRATE .. GRAPEFRUIT JUICE CONCENTRATE GRAPE JUICE CONCENTRATE HAWAIIAN PUNCH CONCENTRA:rE" ii LEMONADE CONCENTRATE., ...... ORANGE JUICE CONCENTRATE .... CUT GREEN BEANS ............. : BABY LIMA BEANS ..... "" FORDHOOK LIMA BEANS" iiiiiii i 12/2V Ibs. .- ....... 12/2V2 Ibs 12/2V2 Ibs. BROCCOLI CUTS BROCCOLI SPEARS'IIII ........ 12/2tbs,.. 12/21bs... BABY BRUSSELS SPROUTS iiiiii 12/21bs... CAULIFLOWER .................... 12/2 Ibs .. WHOLE KERNEL CORN ............ 12/2'h Ibs. BREADED MUSHROOMS .......... 2.,'5 Ibs... SLICED MUSHROOMS ............. 2,."5 Ibs. GARDEN PEAS .................... 12/2!/,, Ibs" WHOLE LEAF SPINACH ............ 12, 3 Ibs... MIXED VEGETABLES .............. 12 2'/. -, Ibs. 16.49 19.99 22.99 14,99 16.99 17.49 16.49 1549 14,49 1399 15.99 1649 16.49 12.49 11 49 11 49 9 49 1249 13 99 13,49 12.49 DONUTS - JELLY .................. 12/6 pk .. DONUTS - PLAIN .................. 12/6 f)k.. FRENCH FRIES .................... 12., 2 Ibs . SHOESTRING FRENCH FRIES ....... 12/20 oz. POTATO PUFFS ................... 12."2 Ibs.. BREADED ONION RINGS ........... 8,"2 Ibs SLICED CHEESE PIZZA ............. 60 3 oz FRENCH BREAD PIZZA ............. 24/5 oz ORDER DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 14, 1981 PICK UP ON: MARCH 3, 1981 Name ................................... Phone ................................ Address NONE SOI_D Wl [HOUT ADVANCE ORDER (lIn|llles llav DO hlr111d ,Ind [)rices ti[ llicrP,isp +i ?[i +w?|fl t| lllf)lloltl (I,i111;ip h CrDq ur olher ca[isl,' b+,vol(l Aqwav "4 C(111[,)I Treasurer. Mrs. Ernest t lem m ings. Betty Crocker coupons and S&tt Green Slamps are asked for. Soap for Church World service is needed. The group vnltxt to give $20 to Vermont Slate tlespitai to help oul with their tree and plant project. The Feb. 18 meeting will be held at the Atwood home and Gavin Reed of Newbury will be the speaker and talk on wills. Men are invited. March 6 is World Day of Prayer at Catholic Church at Bradford. May 1 is May Fellowship at Bradford Methodist and November 6 World Day of Prayer at St. Martin's in Fairlee. Mrs. James llalley of , Concord, N.It., has been in the hospital for a few days for . treatment. Several cars have had to be • pulled out of the ditches lately but the longest time to get one -out was a tractor trailer loaded with .phosphate that • couldn't make it up the pitch" in front of the Carleton home. But after a couple of hours work and town trucks putting sand on the road the truck was able to get up. Mrs. Ernest tlemmings was in tlanover llospital for a few days for a checkup. Miss "Bob" Kjellerup was also there h)r a checkup, Mr. and Mrs. l{aym(md Appleton were there Jan. 22 as Raymond was in for a checkup. Virginia Bedeil 439-5720 h)Iks relurned to l',radlord late Mort(lay. All reported itaving a nice tiile even the weather \\;%as nice. Milhm Ie(lell enlered the V.A. llospilal in White l{iver .hm. ,5 had surgery the 7th. lte retur,md iu)me tim 14th and is rpcut)er,:ding a I(,w weeks at h(lll|c. Shelly Tullar spent six days at her grandparents Milton and Virginia l{e(lell while her Morn was on a lrip. Alan (;endron of b'airlce also spen{ I lie weekend. Kathie Collier relurned hnnie yeslcrday I,Jan, 27) aflcr a 5.1 day, seven and one- half week, shiy al Mary Iliich- cock Memorial lh)spital where after five weeks of hemorrhaging she underwent major surgery. Kathie extends a special BABY ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Stearns of Lyme are the parents of a baby daughter; Candace l,ynn, born Jan. 12 at Mary Hitehcock Memorial flospital. NEW BABY A son. Benjamin Ross, was born Dec. 24 to Mr. and Mrs. David Imhoff of Warren at Mary Iliteheock Memorial tlospital. TASKER'S WELL We Need Your lur 6usiness Is In The Hole. N0dhw00d, N,H. 942-$$$1 Route 10, No. Haverhill, N.H. Tel 787-6981 t hanks to Madoline Messenger and Kathy Thibaul! who cared for Kellie, l"athers Lennon and Winterson for Spiritual strength, All members of the ()lAq-t Couples Club for their support and all others who offered prayers and concern. Also an extra special thank you to tim nurses and staff of Faulkner 6. Dr Gerber and l)r. John Sutton. God bless you all! Mondays and take them to she remembered the town Chelsea Ior the n(x)n meal. whim,she was a young girl Any person who is interested l(efrdshments were served by in this may call 222-4782. Mrs, Mary MeCleskey. Cindy tlodgc was the guest of a surprise bridal shower, Friday, Jan. ItS, at the hnme of Bob-link Mrs. Glen Ordway. Mrs. ,I-I nefllTl Charles Jorgenson, Mrs. Malcohn Parker, and Mrs. HAVERHILL--Dee. 20 was Stuart Bean were the the Bob-O-Link 4-H meeting, hnstcsscs. Miss ttodge followed by the clubs' received many useful and Christmas party. h)vel. gifts. Games were There was [he exchange of played and refreshments were gifts. sbrved by the hostesses. The Mter the party the club shower cake was made and went to the Gleneliff Home for apl)roprialely decorated by the Elderly and sang Mrs. ()rdway. Miss llodge will Christmas carols. marry l)avid A. Fh)wers, of On Dec. 3O, the career ex- (;raniteville, in February. ploration girls went toCottage The Ilistorical miety held Hospital. They learned about Ihe sinler meeting at the the jobs they tould have Fair/ee Town flail Tuesday, workingina hospital. Stop by our place and meet the "small ones'.' Pearlcorder S002 MicrocaslettiRecorders We stock the fabulous .pocket size recorders by Pearleorder... the people who originated the microeaaaettas. The $802 is a marvel of engineering and preci- sion manufacture. And, ith built to last, so you can depend on hours of trouble-free operation. • Truly pocket size • 2 peed i'ecording • Up to 3 hours rec- ording with an MC-90-AR mierocassette • Capstan drive • One hand operation eontrols Pearlcorde£ ( MICROCASSETTE_)" Sight and Sound "llt TmlU I.l ChMERA SHOP HANOVER, N.H. tglll Group of WINTER OUTERWEAR Wool & Wool Blend Coats. Boot.top Coats. Pant Coats. : Pur.trlrarned Coats t u ttlKed ) Groul WINTER OUTERWF.AR Parkas. Vests. iVyan ,  O/ ,ut ts. Sia Pa,.k . -1 /0 Wlrm.up Pants. SMSuts . , OFF ( M ta4iged ) Group ladles & Juniors " SLEEPW00R - ROBES- SHIFTS LONG GOWNS- PAJAMAS 33 I as tagged ) I GI P'¢ • Idu:ll t  I,illgld i Olll € vllll ltll t I M lilll All I COSTUMt 61FTS Snowboots JtWtL00y 25% OFF 50% OFF 50*/.,OFF ! Selected Group J II LadlSe Group of es Name Brand ¢O'0RDINAT|D SPOR00WEAR Group Ladles Winter DIIEISE$ ' 3,3'00 (as tagged ) Entlre Stock Famous Name Brand PENDLETON SPOR00WEAR Pure WooJ Plaids. oIJds. Leathers ( as tagged ) "iigz i l iil,:00A 00lllti I oN IIU I •• HIILIII " 1!!4.00FI 00ale - Entire Sk " CHILDRENS OUTERWEAR Vets. ia Parkas. ,?.pc. Snowsults. Infants Pram Sults. 2 5 000 Snowmobile Suits , ISi tlg&dt 0 Large gr0tip of Men's Suits 11[ and Sportcoats vv OFF . '-- T&,l •* . . January 28. i 98 l-The Journal Opinion-Page 5  ont I:Y " Underhill, daughter Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence . lderhill has arrived at her kerican Field Service home >,i.,-, Grand Marais, Min., , &[ere she will complete her a-iphomore school year. le culthia, president of the " Butphomore Class at Oxbow, oil,S reported that she is loomeying clarinet in the school - hestra and has been skiing wotre, tier host family has a 'yen ifartment store there and event!ure skiing equipment, The • whegh school is smaller and she trter rapidly adjusting. She f_ at ndled her customs- nd-nadian travel with mature arks,fidence She will represent asi-de typical" fine Upper Valley ,ongret the Connecticut River Io fly"2.,innesota and we are proud of Lal SI at representation. but Piermont 4-It Leaders re th )sted a meeting in the Town etion, all, of Leaders-and-Teens ;ural ednesday evening, Jan. 21 ith emphasis on the rea/l "ograms and plans for 4-H us tha enagers. at .A holiday party which was porat reported previously is a l and Y shower hosted at the frome of Mrs. John Ellswortih e .,con her, assisted by Mel:7  it is-,/, se for Mrs. Stephen Ye a tur;.!bout 20 guests enjoy om hghtful El m party and the Wards ,as ve now returned to their :estime in the south to await the the, .ate S e t, I arrival of the one who will use !hose gifts. Mark Rivers, 15, of Ellicottville, N.Y. has arrived h) complete his sophomore ,,'ear as an American Field Service student at Oxbow and is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. l,awrence Underhill of Piermont. One of his interests is drama and he already has the male lead of "Guys and Dolls" which will be given in the spring Expect to hear niore, i Mrs, Eugene Robbins is grateful for the friends who look over the Wnmen's Fellowship which was sup- posed h) be hekl in her home m early January as well as the other count less kmdamsses. No one said "'ms" to any wild or weird request. We are sure t)th Ihe Journal OpilfiOl5 and the town would appreciate news sent in as this is prtKlueed in slow motion, The i l0th annual ineeting of the Piermont Mutual Fire Insurance (?ompany was held Monday afternoon, Jan. 19 at the Imme of lhe secretary Meda Kinghor|l. lie-elected to office for the coining year were President, Alfred Stevens; Secretary- Treasurer, Meda Kingborn; and l)irectors, Martin Day, Freeman Ruble, Lawrence Underhill and Robert Evans. • I CORPORATION COMPANY SLICE BLACKBERRIES ................. BLACKBERRIES ................... BLACK RASPBERR'IES" .............. CULTIVATED BLU EBERFI'E'S ....... "" DARK SWEET CHERRIES ......... RED TART CHERRIES ........... MIXED FRUIT .............. N Fa i rl ee M,. Esther Johnson 333-9704 The ()range East Senior Feb. 13. Mrs. Dottle Provost ('enter van will pick up any gave a very interesting and Fairlee senior citizen on informative talk on Fairlee as Warren FloyU If,. Kay - 761-9979 Bradford A Monday surprise party (,(uimhy frmn llooksett were numey, but because she liked Katrina Munn was anent the was given Mildred Bixby last at their place on Mountain the work and enjoyed doing organ soh)isls at Ihe concert week at her tmme. Plamfing Meadow i,ane on Beech llill, something for the town. Would sponsored hy the Connecticut the meal was Mary Evans. The Quimhys expect to move that il be we have morepeople Valley dist,'ict of tile Vermont Those present and taking part there permanently next wilh lhis civic pride. So, ('hapter ot tile American were Mildred DeCotis, Mary summer and are inswctmg anyone interested remember Guild of ()rganisls held Evans, Katherine Ballard, the school and road situation, the filing dates are open soon Sunday, ,lan. I, at the ()live thswes, Vera and Asquamchumauke Club met so get your name in there and Meriden, N.II., Margaret Whitcher, and Mr. at the firehouse Sunday join tile fun. It is getting more ('ongregalionat ('hurch. and Mrs. I)eane Cart. Thanks evening. Treasury balance is (tiflicull every year to get toall, il was appreciated, about as hefore. A good time Forly inenl|)crs nf the people t(5 take these town Friendship('lub met fur their Methodist Sunday School oo the ride reported. A ride- positions. We realize they do January meeting and pot luck had a sliding party at Randy ineto i,ongl'ondscheduled for not pay top dollar or any supper at tile United Church of Whitcher's Sunday afternoon, next Saturday. Five rooms are overtime, but what became of ('hrist. Folhwing the business with about 50 attending, reserved for the l{ide-in for civic prideandinterc,'st, mcet itg W. Gilber! ('ole Sounds like the old days. A Easter Seals. We need more Caution Snowmobilers, the showed slideslakenoforiginal picnic followed the sliding• snow, aboul one foot. carriage up Mt. Moosilauke is floral water color paintings The Town has gone to the Walace Wright has been in filled with trcs t'rom the hard done over 100 years ago by his dogs again. Rev. l{uth Sceva Spear llospital since winds of last month. In places an('eslor. (?aroline Pcckett. Williamson, coming from the last Sunday but is expected they are five trees deepand it These beauliful paintmgs East ttaverhill service to the homesoon. is going to take many man were not only botanically Warren Church service had to Lh)yd "Bus" Ilibbard is hours to clear the trails to say correct hut artistically sh)w down rapidly Sunday to expected home by Wed- nothing of the fire danger next arranged and presented. avoid hitting a creature she nesday, spring and summer. As much Many t)t the paintings in- believes was a wolf. It came l{obert Pike was home over (5t' this is National Forest and eluded the root system as well from the dump side of Route theweekend I)arlnmuth land we wonder if as lhe plant and I)lossom. The 25. jumped into the highway, The selectmen were in- they are aware of the vast I00 painlings were of Vermont falling, then gathered itself up formed this morning that damage that has been done in iltl fh)wers and were and made a rapid exit toward llelen K. Evans is not a this area. Some action should execule(t in her home on the the tlildreth Pond. Could it candidate for Town Treasurer he taken soon to eliminate this l,ower l'lain, now l he Garden have been a sheep in wolf's any more. tlelen says 36years danger spot. Motel. clothing? is enough and some younger The committee for tile The Hilbrunners were at person should be doing some W Newbury i supper was e,m,p,'ised of the their place on Route 118 over of these jobs. She stated she " ('ales, lhqen l)avis, Tom Kelly the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. had not done the job fnr the Bertha Carlton and Mr. and Mrs. Royce Boyd. ii 429-3868 " Three cars of relatives and The sewing group met frientls left lh'adfo'rd the 14111 Thursday at the home of Mrs. of ,lanuary for Wauhegan. Ill Ernest llen|nfings. Quite a lot where they stayed at the was accomplished at this first Iioliday Inn The nccassion Waits River-- meeting. All women are m- was h) see S.lt. Bernard, Kip viled to come. There were It (;endrov: S.It. l'eter Thurston iMrs. Clinton Sawyer present, and S.I{. Thomas l'aylor 4119-5445 The Recipe ('ollection gra(luale on lhe 16th from l{iverside (;l';Hlge Nn. 47)5 ('on|n|ittee has received (;rcat l,akes Naval Training met Wedncsdayeveningalthe excellent support from the ('enter. The hays will be I{oland ('lcnm||l hmne in BE ALERT ,o,. ,,,,,,.. ,,,,,,..,, tile sale this summer. It has follows Tom staying on at aeli|tgmaslcr. been 50 years since anything (ireal I,akes: Kip leaves the I{elmrls were 14iven by along this line has been done 23rd for l'hiladelphia. Pa. and legisPative. Youth Sunshine tefferheads, Envelopes, Business Cards, hy tile Women's Fclh,wslfip. I'eterh,ml)iego,('alif. and olher c,)|nmitlces n'll More news about this en- After graduation their MarjoriePeykinsreportedfor Announcements, Booklets,. Pa ets, deavor will be forth coming, company did so well the boys the llome Econonics Cam- Mrs. Phil Spear and Mrs. got liherly and stayed on at millee lhat malerials had Reports, Forms, Auction and Other June [ndelcato were in the motel with their folks for arrived for the sewing con- Catalogs. Williamstown on Thursday to the weekend Kip had been on It'sls visit their mother. Mrs. the swim team during basics, A card ol condolence is Shirley Waterhouse and found The following persons took the Ixqng sent h) lira llerberl her very comfortable ill her Irip: Shureen Tullar. George Chamhers family in ('hclsea. new apartment. The " . , .... Melcalf. Mr and Mrs Ber. (rio-i-', m ....... , a.,., Women's r'enowsmp nard (Jet "" ,, "- ._ • - ,,.,,,,, s a, ,,.a,' held their annual meeting at Gei,droi,: Mlr°.lad Mlaeeti-i tlitchcoek, Hospital n the parmage Jan. 20 with'l? Ta lor Ir • _., :., . llanowr, Nit. All your printing needs can now be filled by ladies present Mrs lymond T y' ' ; an,(/M, rS..larvm It .as voted for Grange • -" , '. , . , aylor' Luclnoa Ames-. menlber f,., -,,. Appmton read tne story aoout de';" " ..... ' " - .... isit the " Hery l'nurslon Karen • ,.. . . , calling Hugh Fox at the('hristianlqagfolh)wedby ('(take'and Iohn Allen The legmlalure thin sessmn. "lhe tile prayer "The flume has (please turn topage 12) I h'al .'" All r(,lx)rts rea(l an(t showed PRINT ;"" The new oltsuers [or lt)l'A are President. Mrs. Andrew Depot Street, Bradford, Vt. 05033 Jarrell: Vice PrBsident. Mrs. 802-222-9324 l)onaJd Putnam: Secretary, Mrs. Joseph Detour ; FIlOZBI roOD SA Unfl Wt Suqar Raho 8 Ibs ..... 5 Ibs ..... 28 Ibs ..... 5 Ibs ..... 20 Ibs ..... 30 Ibs ..... 30 Ibs ..... 7/1 5.49 ........ 5.49 ........ 25.99 ........ 7.49 15.59 5/1 19.99 5/1 20.49 ........ 17,99 5/1 19.49 ........ 6.49 19,99 4/1 23.99 4/1 5,99 18.99 24/1,2 oz. : , i i : i i : ' 17,99 24/12 oz ......... 15.99 24/12 oz ......... 17.49 24/12 oz ........... 19,99 24/12 oz., ......... 14.49 24/12 oz ........ 17.49 SLICED PEACHES' .................. 20 Ibs ..... RED RASPBERRIES ................. 30 Ibs ..... 5 Ibs ..... LG WHOLESTRAWI3ER'II'FS'IIIIIII 201bs ..... SLICED STRAWBERRIES 30 Ibs ..... SLICED STRAWBERRIES ........... 6V2 Ibs.. ...... , .... ., APPLE JUICE CONCENTRATE ....... 24/12 oz. CRANBERRY JUICE CONCENTRATE .. GRAPEFRUIT JUICE CONCENTRATE GRAPE JUICE CONCENTRATE HAWAIIAN PUNCH CONCENTRA:rE" ii LEMONADE CONCENTRATE., ...... ORANGE JUICE CONCENTRATE .... CUT GREEN BEANS ............. : BABY LIMA BEANS ..... "" FORDHOOK LIMA BEANS" iiiiiii i 12/2V Ibs. .- ....... 12/2V2 Ibs 12/2V2 Ibs. BROCCOLI CUTS BROCCOLI SPEARS'IIII ........ 12/2tbs,.. 12/21bs... BABY BRUSSELS SPROUTS iiiiii 12/21bs... CAULIFLOWER .................... 12/2 Ibs .. WHOLE KERNEL CORN ............ 12/2'h Ibs. BREADED MUSHROOMS .......... 2.,'5 Ibs... SLICED MUSHROOMS ............. 2,."5 Ibs. GARDEN PEAS .................... 12/2!/,, Ibs" WHOLE LEAF SPINACH ............ 12, 3 Ibs... MIXED VEGETABLES .............. 12 2'/. -, Ibs. 16.49 19.99 22.99 14,99 16.99 17.49 16.49 1549 14,49 1399 15.99 1649 16.49 12.49 11 49 11 49 9 49 1249 13 99 13,49 12.49 DONUTS - JELLY .................. 12/6 pk .. DONUTS - PLAIN .................. 12/6 f)k.. FRENCH FRIES .................... 12., 2 Ibs . SHOESTRING FRENCH FRIES ....... 12/20 oz. POTATO PUFFS ................... 12."2 Ibs.. BREADED ONION RINGS ........... 8,"2 Ibs SLICED CHEESE PIZZA ............. 60 3 oz FRENCH BREAD PIZZA ............. 24/5 oz ORDER DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 14, 1981 PICK UP ON: MARCH 3, 1981 Name ................................... Phone ................................ Address NONE SOI_D Wl [HOUT ADVANCE ORDER (lIn|llles llav DO hlr111d ,Ind [)rices ti[ llicrP,isp +i ?[i +w?|fl t| lllf)lloltl (I,i111;ip h CrDq ur olher ca[isl,' b+,vol(l Aqwav "4 C(111[,)I Treasurer. Mrs. Ernest t lem m ings. Betty Crocker coupons and S&tt Green Slamps are asked for. Soap for Church World service is needed. The group vnltxt to give $20 to Vermont Slate tlespitai to help oul with their tree and plant project. The Feb. 18 meeting will be held at the Atwood home and Gavin Reed of Newbury will be the speaker and talk on wills. Men are invited. March 6 is World Day of Prayer at Catholic Church at Bradford. May 1 is May Fellowship at Bradford Methodist and November 6 World Day of Prayer at St. Martin's in Fairlee. Mrs. James llalley of , Concord, N.It., has been in the hospital for a few days for . treatment. Several cars have had to be • pulled out of the ditches lately but the longest time to get one -out was a tractor trailer loaded with .phosphate that • couldn't make it up the pitch" in front of the Carleton home. But after a couple of hours work and town trucks putting sand on the road the truck was able to get up. Mrs. Ernest tlemmings was in tlanover llospital for a few days for a checkup. Miss "Bob" Kjellerup was also there h)r a checkup, Mr. and Mrs. l{aym(md Appleton were there Jan. 22 as Raymond was in for a checkup. Virginia Bedeil 439-5720 h)Iks relurned to l',radlord late Mort(lay. All reported itaving a nice tiile even the weather \\;%as nice. Milhm Ie(lell enlered the V.A. llospilal in White l{iver .hm. ,5 had surgery the 7th. lte retur,md iu)me tim 14th and is rpcut)er,:ding a I(,w weeks at h(lll|c. Shelly Tullar spent six days at her grandparents Milton and Virginia l{e(lell while her Morn was on a lrip. Alan (;endron of b'airlce also spen{ I lie weekend. Kathie Collier relurned hnnie yeslcrday I,Jan, 27) aflcr a 5.1 day, seven and one- half week, shiy al Mary Iliich- cock Memorial lh)spital where after five weeks of hemorrhaging she underwent major surgery. Kathie extends a special BABY ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Stearns of Lyme are the parents of a baby daughter; Candace l,ynn, born Jan. 12 at Mary Hitehcock Memorial flospital. NEW BABY A son. Benjamin Ross, was born Dec. 24 to Mr. and Mrs. David Imhoff of Warren at Mary Iliteheock Memorial tlospital. TASKER'S WELL We Need Your lur 6usiness Is In The Hole. N0dhw00d, N,H. 942-$$$1 Route 10, No. Haverhill, N.H. Tel 787-6981 t hanks to Madoline Messenger and Kathy Thibaul! who cared for Kellie, l"athers Lennon and Winterson for Spiritual strength, All members of the ()lAq-t Couples Club for their support and all others who offered prayers and concern. Also an extra special thank you to tim nurses and staff of Faulkner 6. Dr Gerber and l)r. John Sutton. God bless you all! Mondays and take them to she remembered the town Chelsea Ior the n(x)n meal. whim,she was a young girl Any person who is interested l(efrdshments were served by in this may call 222-4782. Mrs, Mary MeCleskey. Cindy tlodgc was the guest of a surprise bridal shower, Friday, Jan. ItS, at the hnme of Bob-link Mrs. Glen Ordway. Mrs. ,I-I nefllTl Charles Jorgenson, Mrs. Malcohn Parker, and Mrs. HAVERHILL--Dee. 20 was Stuart Bean were the the Bob-O-Link 4-H meeting, hnstcsscs. Miss ttodge followed by the clubs' received many useful and Christmas party. h)vel. gifts. Games were There was [he exchange of played and refreshments were gifts. sbrved by the hostesses. The Mter the party the club shower cake was made and went to the Gleneliff Home for apl)roprialely decorated by the Elderly and sang Mrs. ()rdway. Miss llodge will Christmas carols. marry l)avid A. Fh)wers, of On Dec. 3O, the career ex- (;raniteville, in February. ploration girls went toCottage The Ilistorical miety held Hospital. They learned about Ihe sinler meeting at the the jobs they tould have Fair/ee Town flail Tuesday, workingina hospital. Stop by our place and meet the "small ones'.' Pearlcorder S002 MicrocaslettiRecorders We stock the fabulous .pocket size recorders by Pearleorder... the people who originated the microeaaaettas. The $802 is a marvel of engineering and preci- sion manufacture. 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