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January 28, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 .1980 lars J 75 While Supplies Last 25-FL x l-Inch POWER TAPE RULE Positive toggle locks epoxy-coated "write-on" blade in place to let you measure longer distances single-handedly. MMP4425 QUANTITIES LIMITED \\; GOVE/0000VIC00RILL  HARDWARE Bradford,Vt. 222-5527 S. Newbury----- N. Haverhill We are all glad to welcome the hostages home. Ed and Kay Blaisdell have returned from several days of veterinary conferences at Syracuse and Ithaca, N.Y., also visits to the new museunis at Albany and Corning. Sympathy is expressed to Ed Cowles and his family o n the loss of his father, 96 years old. Don and Alice Girouard were able to miss some of the recent ?,5 below temperatures by being on a business trip to Orlando and Daytona Beach, Fla. They were also at Charleston, S. Ca. for a weekend spent at historic places and the beach. Ruby Large has returned to her home after an extended visit with her daughter and family in Londonderry. Visitors of Charles and ,, Isabel Whitney 866-5675 Jack and ,June Thomas are grandparents of a second grandson, horn at Burlington, Vt., Jan. 21, to Cindy and Jack Thomas. The baby is named Ryan, weighed 9 pounds 14 ounces and was 22 inches long. June Thomas has been staying with the young family for a week and so has escaped all the excitement of River Bend's water problems. The water line from the spring on the hill to the house finally froze up on Tuesday and Jim Hood with his powerful iluipment had to be called in to thaw it out. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Sellew of Middleton, Conn., are visiting her sister, Mrs. Roger Scott, and also their daughter who lives in Lyme, N.H. Five attended the Newbury Congregational Church R.E. committee meeting at the home of Virginia Swenson, Thursday. Isabel Whitney, Helen Elder and Della White drove to Hanover Sunday with the minister from Piermont to attend the examination for the ministry of Steven James Nelson and Richard Hyde. John Grow hosted a Dungeons and Dragons party at Sleepers Meadow Monday evening. Eight young people attended and reporter Mrs. Gitchell. Katharine Blaisdell 787-615 Elliott's in tlaverhill with 14 memhors present. Following the business meeting, mental games were played. Patsy l)emers won the mystery package. On committee were l)ianna Br)ks, tlazel Ames and Marge Wardrop. Polly Smith was hostess at the recent VIS meeting, tter pah'iotic motif honored the released hostages and Presidents Carter and l{eagan. First prize in tile curd play was won by Martha Fagnant. second by Bessie Anderson and h)w score by Vioht Powers. Serious concerns with frozen cars and water pipes are interrupted by the arrival of seed catah)gs. Think spring ! Mr. BABY ARRI V ES and Mrs. Robert St. Marge tlahn this month in- .lanies of l,vme are parents of elude a mockingbird and a a baby (llughler, Nastasya pair of pine grosbeaks, l,eigh, born at Mary lilt- North flaverhill Girls Club chcock Menlorial lh)spihtl, met on Jan. 21 at Elaine l)ec. 14. Dinner Party for Horace A. Palmer Retiring after 26 years service 24 HOUR EMERGENCY a Trustee to the Villageof Bradford. MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE Tickets on sale at Orange County Mental Health the Village offices Dinner Party at TOLL FREE 1-800-622-4244 , the Chimes Restaurant on did operator, Friday, February 13 Former Bradford resident is dead \\; x Lisbon ilildah Bedard 838-6725 \\; Ilobbies the Program For A.V.S.('.C. N Forty-six Ammonoosuc Valley Seniors had a great \\; meeting in tile Lisbon Town Hall on Jan. 21. The Franconia Co., tioughton and Robins, Obltuafle$ BA Rt{E-.q'uneral services for Wendell C. Ilutchins, 72, of and the Granite City 28 Perry St., Barre, who died Cooperative Creamery, all of Jan. 20, at Central Vermont Barre. During this period, he C I A Anderson dies; lh)spital in Berlitz, were held was a reserve police officer ar . Friday at 2:00 p,m. at the ,'or the Barre City Police du legislat Whitcomb Funeral llome, 102 I)epartment. r9 Washington Street, Barre. From l*`H8 through 1959, he e cage or The Rev. Elton Brown, as assistant manager and TIIETIZORD--Carl A. masters degree in education interim pastor of the Barre bookkeeper for the Camp Anderson, 83, headmaster of the following year. Congregational Church, of- Nursing tlome in South Barre, Thetford Academy for 36 From 1925 to 196l, he served ficiated. Entombment was in from whichhe retired, years and town representative as headmaster of Thetford the Wilson Cemetery Vault to In 1938, he married I0 terms, died Jan. 20 at his Academy. await spring burial in that Catherine Griswold and they Thetford tlillhome. In 1926, he married Virginia cemetery, had always made their home Born in Brockton, Masg., Wilder of Ashby, Mass. lhmorary bearers were: in the Barre area. March 2, t897, he was son of Following retirement as John Rivolta, Robert Ferris, tie is survived by hiswife; a Andrew and Emily (Nelson) headmaster at Thetford Libero Buzzi, ltoward son, Richard G. tlutchins of Anderson. Academy, he was elected a Anderson; active bearers Barre; three grandchildren; lie received his early trustee of the Academy and were ,ion llutchins, Donald Richard Bernard tlutchins, education in the East chairman of its executive Mugford, Terrance Cox, ntt Wendall llutchins, and Bridgewater schools and his committee, tie held the post Charles ttaynes, Alien Jones Beth Ann itutchins, allofEast bachelor's degree from the until l.q80 when he was and William Sancibrian. Monlpelier, Vt.; a brother, University of Maine m 1.`t19. designated an honorary Born in Barre Town Jan. 9, Alton M. llutchins and many For several years, he owned trustee. 19(1',t, hc was the son of tierbert cousins, and operated a dairy farm in In l,tiS, he was elected town F. and Ella Clement Hutchins. tle was a member of the East Bridgewater. In 1924, he representative to the Vermont tte attended Bradford Congregatinnal Church in returned to the University of General Assembly andserved Academy, the class of 1927. Bradford, Vermont. Maine and received his on the education committee Mr. tlutchins was there for I0 sessions. ass('ialed with the retail S, Ryegate woman dies Active in the Thetford ttill elmrch during the 54 years of grocery business for many years and was a meat cutter S. RYEGATF- Mrs. Odessa of the United Presbyterian his residence here, he had by trade, tie was employed by (fibson. 89, died Jail. 19 in the ('hutch here and its Ladies been both a trustee and Bissette's Market, F. D. Ladd St. Johnst)ury ('onvalescent Aid. deacon and was honorary Center. Surviving are a daughter, deacon at the time of his Born in Newbury, Oct, 27, Mrs. Ann Bell, M(x)dy,Maine; death. 1891. she wasdauglderof Fred lwn granddaughters and two lie was town auditor and a and Alice I'rerry) Whitcher great-grandsons, member of the budget cam- and was a lifehmg resident of tier funeral service was mittee for many years. lhis area. held Jan. 21. lie was a member of Temple ller bust)and, Paul Gibson, Swing burial will be in the Masonic l,odg'e 54 in Stratford is deceased. Blue Mountain Cemetery in and received his 50-year Mrs. Gibson was a member Byegale. membership pin in 1971. \\; group was in charge of From the beginning of the lhe cookles, chocolate cake, in helping make i and pineapple cakes with arrangements for that project topping were superb. The "plumping" lunch followed an andboardsSerVedand Oncommittees.Several of itsA exhibit of hobbies, showing the I i mill l i,_ year ago, he was given a life \\; $7.50 PER'P"ERSON \\; EEN SIZE S.ETS Sleep Pleasure by Eclipse Rag" $329 Cmplete *269 NOW UNTIL FEB. 3 Wednesday, Jan. 28 ALL QTHER BEDDING 10% OFF !0000Sale Priced at furniture carpet. Free Free VISA 222-5758 CHARGE $500 MINIMUM DEPOSIT (EFFECTIVE ANNUAL YIELD 12.94%) The highest rate available anywhere on 2,-year Certificates of Deposit from Jan. 22 through Feb. 4. And we're the only bank in Hanover that can give it to you. dartmoutb i00an00g s NEWBURY: Gymnastics for grades 1-6 at the Newbury Town Hall, 2:30-4:30 p.m. Sponsored by the Newbury Athletic Council NORWICH: A Community Health Services, Inc. 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. WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens' luncheon United Church of Christ vestry, serving at noon. Reservations: 757-2206. Friday, Jan. 30 BRADFORD: Senior citizens' luncheon, Oxbow Vocational Center serving at 11:45 a.m. Reservations requested: (802) 222-4782. Sunday, Feb. 1 ENFIELD: Annual Sleigh Rally, sponsored by the Woodland Riding and Driving Club, at Lasalette Seminary, Rte. 4A at 11 a.m. Storm date: Feb. 8. ORFORD: Malcolm Grohe will be the pastor at the Orford Church. ORFORDVILLE: Malcolm Grobe will be the pastor at the Orfordville Church. Monday, Feb. 2 BRADFORD: A Community Health Services, Inc. Town Nurse will be checking hypertension, weight and glaucoma at the Bradford Senior Center from 9-12 noon. NEWBURY: A Community Health Services Inc. Town Nurse will be checking hypertension, weight and glaucoma at the Bailey Club from 1-4 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 3 BRADFORD: Senior citizens' luncheon, Oxbow Vocational Center, serving at 11:45 a.m. Reservations requested: (802) 222-4782. BRADFORD: American Legion and Auxiliary meeting, Legion Hall, 7:30 o.m. Wednesday, Feb. 4 NEWBURY: Gymnastics for grades 1-6 at Newbury Town Hall from 2: 30-4:30 p.m. Sponsored by the Newbury Athletic Council. WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church of Christ vestry, serving at noon. Reservations: 757-2206. BRADFORD: A.F.S. Meeting at Noel Gaiser's home, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 7 S. STRAFFORD: Fifth Annual Firemen's Ball at Barrett Hall featuring the Odell Walker Band, 9-12 midnight. Benefit of Stratford Fire Dept. Auxiliary. Sunday, Feb.8 Hanover & Grantham, N.H. Member FDIC THETFORD HILL: Concert traditional music and songs Federal regulations rluire It sulltanttll penalty J with Ms. Sam Moffatt and Phil Thorne playing hammered =o(t,. - J duleimer and woodwinds at the Grange Hall at 4 p.m. - .new aria car GIRL ON    U I)EAN'SIJST cmd track selecllons Upper V Iley Ms Kathleen tlaskins of N. In the a tlaverhill, a freshman at MooJd Ida Junior College in t Newton Centre, Mass., has received tligh tlonors for the ( Fall Term 1980-1.)BE Dean's flat l,ist. f,at: q tJf;, 1(9 VERMONT FIRSTS " 48 hm,h', Laughing gas was discovered by Gardner Colton t) :.v, of Georgia. Horace Wells of White River Junction was the first person to use laughing -- gas as an anesthetic for CASH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS ANO PICKUPS pulling teeth in 1844. ,z., Over 36 years of dependable service .......... "'", CLIFFORD'S GARAGE, INC. NOTEs AND ,'3 't. I DODGE CITY [ fOE TV,I'37;:.-" I COMMENTS Planning for the future is Route 14, W. Hartford, Vt. - ............... the best way to improve the future, 1 Seniors as artistic, literary, and industrious. Cards were signed for Lena Cote and Warren Nye: and "thank-yous'" were read or expressed for Earl and Stella Barrett, Onnolee Daycock, and Marion Finley. Pictures in several papers have shown recipients of Laprobes, and Lisbon will make eight more. Mrs. Cote again sent a poem, "Nobody Else But Me" to be read; and President Wetherbee read "Grand- mothers" brought by Ben Daycock. Secretary Bedard offered "'Keeping the Peace" in honor of the freed hostages, "Modern Girls' Clothes," and "Waiting for Grandma." The men had their "'day" at lhc door prizes, as you can see (ptease turu t) page I'Z Wednesday, Jan. 28 WOODSVILLE: Haverhill Cooperative School Board at Woodsville tligh School, 7:30 p.m;, LYME: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 29 BRADFORD: Selectmen, 4 p.m. Friday, Jan. 30 WOODSVILLE: Haverhill District Court, 2 pro. Saturday, Jan. 31 PIERMONT: Selectmen, 1:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. ' tIAVERHILL: Selectmen, 7 p.m. FAIRLEE: Selectmen, 8 p.m. ORFORD: Selectmen, 7 p.m. TtlETFORD: Selectmen, 7 p.m. BATH: Selectmen, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 3 GROTON: Selectmen, 7 p.m. THETFORD: Elementary School Board, 7:30 p.m. CORINTH: Selectmen, 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 4 WEIA,S RIVER: Blue Mountain Union School Board, 7:30 p m. NEgUR'f '. ?ilage trustees, 7:30 p.m. membership in the Thetford Library Federation by its trustees. lle was' a member of the Vermont Association of Retired Teachers and the ()range County RTA. SurviVing are his widow; three daughters, Mrs. George Barbara) Tullar, ()fiord, Mrs. Frank (Emily) Barker, Thetford, and Mrs. Ruel t Virginia) Barrett, Thetford; 11 grandchildren; two great- grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Elsie A. Cowles, Thetford; a niece and her three children. tits funeral service was held Jan. 23 in the Thetford Congregational Church. Memorial contributions may be made to the Thetford Academy Building Fund, *l'hetiord 05t)7 ,. 4 HOMEMAKERS FARMERS I NDUSTR I ES INSTITUTIONS OTHER BUSINESSES CR./'E LOT PAPER GOODS (Tell a neighbor and share a case) Sold only by the case - sold only by order Place your order with us by: Saturday, February 14, 1981 , Pick-up your supplies on: Fflday, February 27, 1981 Name Address i PRODUCT PACKING i ,=,,H, vl HI-DRI Facial 200's 2-Ply White KLEENEX Facial 200's 2-Ply White & Colors SALE PRice 'ORDV ii i i i 36 $17.64 cs. boxes 49 ea. 36 $21.24 el. boxes r .. ,. 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HUGGIES Daytime 18's HUGGIES Overnight 14's HUGGIES Toddler 12's KLEENEX Boutique Facial 125's Prints *****SEE MANAGER FOR OTHER KIMBERLY-CLARK PRODUCTS***** TELL A NEIGHBOR, SHARE A CASE SALE AT AGWAY Order Date Telephone # January 28, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 .1980 lars J 75 While Supplies Last 25-FL x l-Inch POWER TAPE RULE Positive toggle locks epoxy-coated "write-on" blade in place to let you measure longer distances single-handedly. MMP4425 QUANTITIES LIMITED \\; GOVE/0000VIC00RILL  HARDWARE Bradford,Vt. 222-5527 S. Newbury----- N. Haverhill We are all glad to welcome the hostages home. Ed and Kay Blaisdell have returned from several days of veterinary conferences at Syracuse and Ithaca, N.Y., also visits to the new museunis at Albany and Corning. Sympathy is expressed to Ed Cowles and his family o n the loss of his father, 96 years old. Don and Alice Girouard were able to miss some of the recent ?,5 below temperatures by being on a business trip to Orlando and Daytona Beach, Fla. They were also at Charleston, S. Ca. for a weekend spent at historic places and the beach. Ruby Large has returned to her home after an extended visit with her daughter and family in Londonderry. Visitors of Charles and ,, Isabel Whitney 866-5675 Jack and ,June Thomas are grandparents of a second grandson, horn at Burlington, Vt., Jan. 21, to Cindy and Jack Thomas. The baby is named Ryan, weighed 9 pounds 14 ounces and was 22 inches long. June Thomas has been staying with the young family for a week and so has escaped all the excitement of River Bend's water problems. The water line from the spring on the hill to the house finally froze up on Tuesday and Jim Hood with his powerful iluipment had to be called in to thaw it out. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Sellew of Middleton, Conn., are visiting her sister, Mrs. Roger Scott, and also their daughter who lives in Lyme, N.H. Five attended the Newbury Congregational Church R.E. committee meeting at the home of Virginia Swenson, Thursday. Isabel Whitney, Helen Elder and Della White drove to Hanover Sunday with the minister from Piermont to attend the examination for the ministry of Steven James Nelson and Richard Hyde. John Grow hosted a Dungeons and Dragons party at Sleepers Meadow Monday evening. Eight young people attended and reporter Mrs. Gitchell. Katharine Blaisdell 787-615 Elliott's in tlaverhill with 14 memhors present. Following the business meeting, mental games were played. Patsy l)emers won the mystery package. On committee were l)ianna Br)ks, tlazel Ames and Marge Wardrop. Polly Smith was hostess at the recent VIS meeting, tter pah'iotic motif honored the released hostages and Presidents Carter and l{eagan. First prize in tile curd play was won by Martha Fagnant. second by Bessie Anderson and h)w score by Vioht Powers. Serious concerns with frozen cars and water pipes are interrupted by the arrival of seed catah)gs. Think spring ! Mr. BABY ARRI V ES and Mrs. Robert St. Marge tlahn this month in- .lanies of l,vme are parents of elude a mockingbird and a a baby (llughler, Nastasya pair of pine grosbeaks, l,eigh, born at Mary lilt- North flaverhill Girls Club chcock Menlorial lh)spihtl, met on Jan. 21 at Elaine l)ec. 14. Dinner Party for Horace A. Palmer Retiring after 26 years service 24 HOUR EMERGENCY a Trustee to the Villageof Bradford. MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE Tickets on sale at Orange County Mental Health the Village offices Dinner Party at TOLL FREE 1-800-622-4244 , the Chimes Restaurant on did operator, Friday, February 13 Former Bradford resident is dead \\; x Lisbon ilildah Bedard 838-6725 \\; Ilobbies the Program For A.V.S.('.C. N Forty-six Ammonoosuc Valley Seniors had a great \\; meeting in tile Lisbon Town Hall on Jan. 21. The Franconia Co., tioughton and Robins, Obltuafle$ BA Rt{E-.q'uneral services for Wendell C. Ilutchins, 72, of and the Granite City 28 Perry St., Barre, who died Cooperative Creamery, all of Jan. 20, at Central Vermont Barre. During this period, he C I A Anderson dies; lh)spital in Berlitz, were held was a reserve police officer ar . Friday at 2:00 p,m. at the ,'or the Barre City Police du legislat Whitcomb Funeral llome, 102 I)epartment. r9 Washington Street, Barre. From l*`H8 through 1959, he e cage or The Rev. Elton Brown, as assistant manager and TIIETIZORD--Carl A. masters degree in education interim pastor of the Barre bookkeeper for the Camp Anderson, 83, headmaster of the following year. Congregational Church, of- Nursing tlome in South Barre, Thetford Academy for 36 From 1925 to 196l, he served ficiated. Entombment was in from whichhe retired, years and town representative as headmaster of Thetford the Wilson Cemetery Vault to In 1938, he married I0 terms, died Jan. 20 at his Academy. await spring burial in that Catherine Griswold and they Thetford tlillhome. In 1926, he married Virginia cemetery, had always made their home Born in Brockton, Masg., Wilder of Ashby, Mass. lhmorary bearers were: in the Barre area. March 2, t897, he was son of Following retirement as John Rivolta, Robert Ferris, tie is survived by hiswife; a Andrew and Emily (Nelson) headmaster at Thetford Libero Buzzi, ltoward son, Richard G. tlutchins of Anderson. Academy, he was elected a Anderson; active bearers Barre; three grandchildren; lie received his early trustee of the Academy and were ,ion llutchins, Donald Richard Bernard tlutchins, education in the East chairman of its executive Mugford, Terrance Cox, ntt Wendall llutchins, and Bridgewater schools and his committee, tie held the post Charles ttaynes, Alien Jones Beth Ann itutchins, allofEast bachelor's degree from the until l.q80 when he was and William Sancibrian. Monlpelier, Vt.; a brother, University of Maine m 1.`t19. designated an honorary Born in Barre Town Jan. 9, Alton M. llutchins and many For several years, he owned trustee. 19(1',t, hc was the son of tierbert cousins, and operated a dairy farm in In l,tiS, he was elected town F. and Ella Clement Hutchins. tle was a member of the East Bridgewater. In 1924, he representative to the Vermont tte attended Bradford Congregatinnal Church in returned to the University of General Assembly andserved Academy, the class of 1927. Bradford, Vermont. Maine and received his on the education committee Mr. tlutchins was there for I0 sessions. ass('ialed with the retail S, Ryegate woman dies Active in the Thetford ttill elmrch during the 54 years of grocery business for many years and was a meat cutter S. RYEGATF- Mrs. Odessa of the United Presbyterian his residence here, he had by trade, tie was employed by (fibson. 89, died Jail. 19 in the ('hutch here and its Ladies been both a trustee and Bissette's Market, F. D. Ladd St. Johnst)ury ('onvalescent Aid. deacon and was honorary Center. Surviving are a daughter, deacon at the time of his Born in Newbury, Oct, 27, Mrs. Ann Bell, M(x)dy,Maine; death. 1891. she wasdauglderof Fred lwn granddaughters and two lie was town auditor and a and Alice I'rerry) Whitcher great-grandsons, member of the budget cam- and was a lifehmg resident of tier funeral service was mittee for many years. lhis area. held Jan. 21. lie was a member of Temple ller bust)and, Paul Gibson, Swing burial will be in the Masonic l,odg'e 54 in Stratford is deceased. Blue Mountain Cemetery in and received his 50-year Mrs. Gibson was a member Byegale. membership pin in 1971. \\; group was in charge of From the beginning of the lhe cookles, chocolate cake, in helping make i and pineapple cakes with arrangements for that project topping were superb. The "plumping" lunch followed an andboardsSerVedand Oncommittees.Several of itsA exhibit of hobbies, showing the I i mill l i,_ year ago, he was given a life \\; $7.50 PER'P"ERSON \\; EEN SIZE S.ETS Sleep Pleasure by Eclipse Rag" $329 Cmplete *269 NOW UNTIL FEB. 3 Wednesday, Jan. 28 ALL QTHER BEDDING 10% OFF !0000Sale Priced at furniture carpet. Free Free VISA 222-5758 CHARGE $500 MINIMUM DEPOSIT (EFFECTIVE ANNUAL YIELD 12.94%) The highest rate available anywhere on 2,-year Certificates of Deposit from Jan. 22 through Feb. 4. And we're the only bank in Hanover that can give it to you. dartmoutb i00an00g s NEWBURY: Gymnastics for grades 1-6 at the Newbury Town Hall, 2:30-4:30 p.m. Sponsored by the Newbury Athletic Council NORWICH: A Community Health Services, Inc. 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. WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens' luncheon United Church of Christ vestry, serving at noon. Reservations: 757-2206. Friday, Jan. 30 BRADFORD: Senior citizens' luncheon, Oxbow Vocational Center serving at 11:45 a.m. Reservations requested: (802) 222-4782. Sunday, Feb. 1 ENFIELD: Annual Sleigh Rally, sponsored by the Woodland Riding and Driving Club, at Lasalette Seminary, Rte. 4A at 11 a.m. Storm date: Feb. 8. ORFORD: Malcolm Grohe will be the pastor at the Orford Church. ORFORDVILLE: Malcolm Grobe will be the pastor at the Orfordville Church. Monday, Feb. 2 BRADFORD: A Community Health Services, Inc. Town Nurse will be checking hypertension, weight and glaucoma at the Bradford Senior Center from 9-12 noon. NEWBURY: A Community Health Services Inc. Town Nurse will be checking hypertension, weight and glaucoma at the Bailey Club from 1-4 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 3 BRADFORD: Senior citizens' luncheon, Oxbow Vocational Center, serving at 11:45 a.m. Reservations requested: (802) 222-4782. BRADFORD: American Legion and Auxiliary meeting, Legion Hall, 7:30 o.m. Wednesday, Feb. 4 NEWBURY: Gymnastics for grades 1-6 at Newbury Town Hall from 2: 30-4:30 p.m. Sponsored by the Newbury Athletic Council. WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church of Christ vestry, serving at noon. Reservations: 757-2206. BRADFORD: A.F.S. Meeting at Noel Gaiser's home, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 7 S. STRAFFORD: Fifth Annual Firemen's Ball at Barrett Hall featuring the Odell Walker Band, 9-12 midnight. Benefit of Stratford Fire Dept. Auxiliary. Sunday, Feb.8 Hanover & Grantham, N.H. Member FDIC THETFORD HILL: Concert traditional music and songs Federal regulations rluire It sulltanttll penalty J with Ms. Sam Moffatt and Phil Thorne playing hammered =o(t,. - J duleimer and woodwinds at the Grange Hall at 4 p.m. - .new aria car GIRL ON    U I)EAN'SIJST cmd track selecllons Upper V Iley Ms Kathleen tlaskins of N. In the a tlaverhill, a freshman at MooJd Ida Junior College in t Newton Centre, Mass., has received tligh tlonors for the ( Fall Term 1980-1.)BE Dean's flat l,ist. f,at: q tJf;, 1(9 VERMONT FIRSTS " 48 hm,h', Laughing gas was discovered by Gardner Colton t) :.v, of Georgia. Horace Wells of White River Junction was the first person to use laughing -- gas as an anesthetic for CASH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS ANO PICKUPS pulling teeth in 1844. ,z., Over 36 years of dependable service .......... "'", CLIFFORD'S GARAGE, INC. NOTEs AND ,'3 't. I DODGE CITY [ fOE TV,I'37;:.-" I COMMENTS Planning for the future is Route 14, W. Hartford, Vt. - ............... the best way to improve the future, 1 Seniors as artistic, literary, and industrious. Cards were signed for Lena Cote and Warren Nye: and "thank-yous'" were read or expressed for Earl and Stella Barrett, Onnolee Daycock, and Marion Finley. Pictures in several papers have shown recipients of Laprobes, and Lisbon will make eight more. Mrs. Cote again sent a poem, "Nobody Else But Me" to be read; and President Wetherbee read "Grand- mothers" brought by Ben Daycock. Secretary Bedard offered "'Keeping the Peace" in honor of the freed hostages, "Modern Girls' Clothes," and "Waiting for Grandma." The men had their "'day" at lhc door prizes, as you can see (ptease turu t) page I'Z Wednesday, Jan. 28 WOODSVILLE: Haverhill Cooperative School Board at Woodsville tligh School, 7:30 p.m;, LYME: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 29 BRADFORD: Selectmen, 4 p.m. Friday, Jan. 30 WOODSVILLE: Haverhill District Court, 2 pro. Saturday, Jan. 31 PIERMONT: Selectmen, 1:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. ' tIAVERHILL: Selectmen, 7 p.m. FAIRLEE: Selectmen, 8 p.m. ORFORD: Selectmen, 7 p.m. TtlETFORD: Selectmen, 7 p.m. BATH: Selectmen, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 3 GROTON: Selectmen, 7 p.m. THETFORD: Elementary School Board, 7:30 p.m. CORINTH: Selectmen, 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 4 WEIA,S RIVER: Blue Mountain Union School Board, 7:30 p m. NEgUR'f '. ?ilage trustees, 7:30 p.m. membership in the Thetford Library Federation by its trustees. lle was' a member of the Vermont Association of Retired Teachers and the ()range County RTA. SurviVing are his widow; three daughters, Mrs. George Barbara) Tullar, ()fiord, Mrs. Frank (Emily) Barker, Thetford, and Mrs. Ruel t Virginia) Barrett, Thetford; 11 grandchildren; two great- grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Elsie A. Cowles, Thetford; a niece and her three children. tits funeral service was held Jan. 23 in the Thetford Congregational Church. Memorial contributions may be made to the Thetford Academy Building Fund, *l'hetiord 05t)7 ,. 4 HOMEMAKERS FARMERS I NDUSTR I ES INSTITUTIONS OTHER BUSINESSES CR./'E LOT PAPER GOODS (Tell a neighbor and share a case) Sold only by the case - sold only by order Place your order with us by: Saturday, February 14, 1981 , Pick-up your supplies on: Fflday, February 27, 1981 Name Address i PRODUCT PACKING i ,=,,H, vl HI-DRI Facial 200's 2-Ply White KLEENEX Facial 200's 2-Ply White & Colors SALE PRice 'ORDV ii i i i 36 $17.64 cs. boxes 49 ea. 36 $21.24 el. boxes r .. ,. 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