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Page 12-The Journal Opinion-January 28, 1981 ii iiiiiiii i (Fol&apos;lllOIIf ..  I //// _ -0,_ French __ t_ kT\\; I I  ' .J " ,.OP "+'< ++'+'7 . " ,,+'< +'+'++- r QUEEN SIZE SETS Sleep Pleasure by Ecllle Reg. $329 Complete NOW UNTIL FEB. 3 m ore..610%o0000 Sale Priced at furniture Free Decorating Service Free Deliveff VISA /.22-5758 MASTER CHARGE Corinth On l)ec. 26 Mar)' Fullam, with her son Rev. Everett Fullam, left Darien. Conn. for New Zealand where her son has several speaking engagements, The following is part of a letter recently received by a friend. "tlere I am in this beautiful land of New Zealand. It is Jan. 1, New Year's Day here but with all Americans it is Dec. 31. 198o. Everett and I left New York Friday p.m. about 5:45 and arrived Sunday morning after breakfast on our 747 plane. There were some over 250 imisscngers aboard. We lost all of Saturday, when we crossed the International Date Line. Our flight time was about 18 hours, and for a good part of lhe way we were up about seven miles above tim earth. It's summer here -- trees all leaved out, grass a lovely green, and flowers everywhere. Most of the trees are not like U .S. trees. Some of the flowers are like ours but many arc new to me. This is a very beautiful country. The meeting, to which Everett came as a speaker, began Monday night. He has given major addresses and conducted three workshops. DIAMONDS ' WATCHES We Repair ACCUTRON, TIMEX, and A;t Makes. HASKELL JEWELERS Littleton, NH 03561 ,  tQOJL4.-5 MID.SEASON SALE W00dlC0al Eleanor Burroughs 439-5547 The meeting here in Auckland will finish tomorrow forenoon. Then we move on to another place. I am having one grand time. The food is quite a bit different fron| what we have in the ttnited States, but I find it delicious." When you read this Mrs. Fullam will be in Australia where Hey. Fullam has several speaking engagements. By the way did you renlember to send Ma Fullam a birthday card? She was 89 Jan. 15. If you forgot, you still have time as she will not be back in Connecticut tmtil another week after you have read this. Again her address is 471 tnot 71 as reported under Woodsville news last week) Mausfieid Ave., l)arien, Conn. O6820. The annual business meeting of the First Congregational Church of Corinth was held Wednesday evening in the Fellowship Room at the Parsonage. Officers were elected as follows: Deacons: James Sargent, Gifford Serene, George Hastings; Deaconess, Grace Sargent: Trustees, (;race Sargent, Trustees, Edward Perdue, David tlastings, James Sargent; Clerk, M ildr ed Terrill ; Treasurer, Eleanor Burroughs: Assistant Treas., lrene Rieker: Moderator, Pastor Stephen Palmer; Auditors. David Hastings, Joyce Palmer, Charles Currier: Sunday School Supt., Pastor Palmer; Sunday School Treas., Edah Serene; Day School Principal, Pastor Palmer: Day School Treas., Joyce Palmer: Library Committee. Beth Gaety, Grace Sargent. and Joyce Palmer. Word has been received of the birth of a son. David John (please turn to page ') Lisbon cook well. Several men do real creative wood-working, and easily sell their wares. Collections included scrap- boso% of interest locaUy, pins, demi-tasse cups and saucers, postcards, buttons, salada tea-bag sayings, and perfume con- tainers. Knitters to go to Waslfington MONTPEI,IER--At least five of the home knitters who testified at U.S. Labor l)epartment hearings in Burlington last week want to go to Washington, D.C. next monlh to present further testimony. The hearings are being held to determine whether to change regulations which the Labor I)epartment interprets its prohibiting home knitting and some other cottage in- dustries. The home knitters who want to gO Io Washington are Emma Pudvah of Hardwick, Audrey Pudvah of East Calais, Bmmie Mercier of llardwick, Christine Brown of Waterbury Center, and Gone Gray of Greensboro. These woman testified last week thai home knitting is crucial to their families, that they earn far more than the mininmm wage, and that they don't want to be forced from their homes into factory work. Tom Evslin of Montpelier is heading a fundraising effort to allow the women to make the trip. Contributions have  already been pledged by the liniled Church of Christ, the Vermont Agency of Development and Community Affairs, and Congressman James Jeffords among others. Further contributions are needed and can be sent to Tom Evslin, Box 989, Montpelier or to any of the women involved. Waits River------ tcontinued from page 5) (;range voted and adopted a resolulion in opposition of taking more towns from Orange County to Caledonia County for senatorial reap- portionment. An" agricultural program was presented by the lecturer Irene Salomaa, including roll call. readings and a quiz. The next meeting will be Former Bath resident, partner in law firm MANCHESTER, N.H. _ Hawthorne College; was a Cynthia Clark, daughter of H'. New Hampshire Legislator for Whitney and Florence B. eight years; minority leader of the New Hampshire House of Representatives for four years and made an un- successful bid for governor in 1972. Raiche is married and has five children, two of whom , have recently been elected to the House of Representatives. The Raiche & Clark law office is located at: 814 Elm Street (the Beacon Building) Suite 200 in Manchester, N.H., telephone (603) 669-8700. Woods of Bath, New Hamp- shire, has recently formed a law partnership with Robert E. Raiche of Manchester. She is the wife of Coy Clark, formerly of Woodsville. Mr. clark is the son of Orrin and Allegra Clark of N. Haverhill. Mr. and Mrs. Clark are 1961 graduates of Woodsville High School and have three children, Cammy, Coy and Cathy. NEW SON BABY ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rice Mr. and Mrs. Wayne of Woodsville are the parents of Warren are the parentst of a baby boy born Jan. 19 at baby girl born Jan. 15 Cottage tlospital. Cottage Hospital. IIIIII Bill FROZEN PIP we thaw Ip Copper, Lead, Galvanized, onl) For IFaut Service Cagt Robert Fortunad 439-6179 )llollollollo llollollellellellollell!llellitlitl 'Ohlme 116, NEW LAW PART- NER--Mrs. Cynthia Clark, former Bath resident and Woodsville High  School graduate, has formed a new law partnership in Manchester. Cynthia Clark is a former member of the New Hamp- shire House of Represen- tatives and more recently received her Juris Doctor Degree in law from Franklin Pierce Law Center in Con- OPEN HOUSE BIG 1-DAY SALE -- OF O TRACTORS & IMPLEMENTS The Long line of affordable farm equipment is now even more affordable during our "Big One-Day Sale. You can save up to 25% or more over our normally low prices. CH EC K TH ESE SPECIALS: 561 '-55 H.P. 610DT 64-HP Friday February 13th s7750 slO000 Plus Many More BIG Savingsl L.L. REED (continued from page 7) with the Guy Millers. Refresh- cord. from these names: R. Curtis, ments were served by the She is also a member of the HARTFORD , VT. 802- 295-2488 "r S J. Bousquet, r. Aldrich, R. hosts. Board of Directors, | 1 m  age a -pe[, Meserve, B. Bowles, M. Mrs. Nellie Tomlinson is a Pemigewasset Development , Stahiman, V. Towle, O. surgical patient at Mary Center for the develop- ndthe Daycock, H. Smith, A. Hunt, Hitchcock Hospital, Hanover, mentally disabled in R. Whitcomb, D. Wetherhee, N.H. Plymouth, and was appointed D. Pottle, E. Butson, M. The Misses Dehorn and by Gov. Hugh Gallen as Butson, andL. Page. Nancy Blanchard have commission member for the Hobbies were so varied and reluned to their studies at Governor's Commission on R numerous, it is impossible to Bryant College, Smithfield, Children and Youth in 1980. IIIIIII " a "mlm.l b  name all, but many knitted or R.I.. after a month's vacation Robert E. Ratchets a native I'or 00reat OLRooor qllllln00 e (fua crocheted, did crewel or at thehomeof their parents, of Manchester and has ii hat Could needlepoint, hooked rugs or recently resigned his post as  ]- , dried flowers, and both sexes U.S Marshal for the District ...... itt . da, A propane outdoor grill is the neatest, most convenient way to make any barbecue great and make an outdoor gourmet chef out of you! "a'0g PRODUCT PACKING SALE PRICE ORDER 24 boxes $26.88 m. (1.12 ea.) KLEENEX Facial 280 ct. KLEENEX Man Size 24 $18.96 m. 60 ct. KLEENEX Casuals 100 ct. KLEENEX Little Travelers 70 ct. boxes (7 36 boxes 48 boxes $13.92 c (29 ca.) KLEENEX Facial 125 ct. KLEENEX Pocket Pack 16 ct. 36 $21.24 cs. boxes (s ca.) 15 $11.85 cL boxes (79 ca.) TERI Towels jumbo rolls KLEENEX Dinner Napkins 50 ct. $2.70 Ca, (S9 ca.) 30 rolls 36 pkg. $28.110 m, (t0 ea.) Route 10, No. Haverhill, N.H. Tel. (603) 787-6981 TOTAL CASES: ORDER DEADLINE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1981 PICK UP ON: FRIDAY, FEBRUqY 27, 198, AGWAYJI VNT o4[ New Hamhlre:+tatehe Woman elected Lieutenant has also served as Vice Governor was Consuelo N. President of Nathaniel Bailey, elected in 195,1,. , Out.@Doors (continued front page 9) relationship must be improved and education is the answer. If you want your children to have the same rights to hunt and fish as you enjoy, you had best not sit back or the time may pass, and like Rip Van Winkle you may wake up to find drastic changes have taken place. tl  Fran The adjustable flame lights instan Y'tant ma, Ceramic briquettes give irtment you real cookout flavor and lastrhill of indefinitely. For all the pleasure of outdoor cooking without the hassle, see the great propane grills today. Better e A better tutti. Ef00i00r00. Ecom00'c00 Fishing huts on Lake Fairlee to, fh/ng stow The word I get is that ice fishing is spotty around the two states. Some good catches have been taken at Champlain and Winnipesaukee, but I have heard of few people who have said that the fishing was good for more than a day at a time. The biggest fish t am aware of so far this winter was taken Monday at Harveys Lake in Harriet. It was a 2O pound 5 ounce laker. Having problems? If you see or hear what may be a fish and game violation call the nearest state police barracks. They have radio contact with the wardens, One call is all it takes. The same is true for those wishing to report problems with snowmobilers. There are toll free numbers from most towns which you should keep close to the phone for future use. PRE-SEASON CLEARANCE SALE ON ALL GRILLS IN STOCK. UP TO $100.00 OFF ON SOME MI BRADFORD OIL CO. Inc. Call 802-222-5251 Junction 6 &25 +- Bradford, vt. Or 603-787-6391 1 FiltEMEN'S BALl, ! N S. STRAFFORI) S STRAFFORD--A Firemen's Ball will be held from 9 p.m.-12 a.m. at Barrett ltall in S. Stratford for the benefit of the Stratford Fire Department Auxiliary. The Odell Walker Band will perform, Tickets are $3 per person with refreshments on sale. "Proper attire" is requested. TOWN NURSE SCHEDULE A Community Health Services Inc. Town Nurse will check hypertension, weight and glaucoma Feb, 4 at Bradford Senior Center from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and at Newbury in the Bailey Memorial Club i from I-4 p.m. < LEE'S Country C "We're Two Years Old" with our NTER CLOTHI NG,BOOTS,SLi P Sale ,,,Y .0YS,...s.,c00E I"",;," " I of th Year SIGN UP WITH EVERY PURCHASE Rt.. 5 L Thettord Vt. keavel Mar pa Page 12-The Journal Opinion-January 28, 1981 ii iiiiiiii i (Fol'lllOIIf ..  I //// _ -0,_ French __ t_ kT\\; I I  ' .J " ,.OP "+'< ++'+'7 . " ,,+'< +'+'++- r QUEEN SIZE SETS Sleep Pleasure by Ecllle Reg. $329 Complete NOW UNTIL FEB. 3 m ore..610%o0000 Sale Priced at furniture Free Decorating Service Free Deliveff VISA /.22-5758 MASTER CHARGE Corinth On l)ec. 26 Mar)' Fullam, with her son Rev. Everett Fullam, left Darien. Conn. for New Zealand where her son has several speaking engagements, The following is part of a letter recently received by a friend. "tlere I am in this beautiful land of New Zealand. It is Jan. 1, New Year's Day here but with all Americans it is Dec. 31. 198o. Everett and I left New York Friday p.m. about 5:45 and arrived Sunday morning after breakfast on our 747 plane. There were some over 250 imisscngers aboard. We lost all of Saturday, when we crossed the International Date Line. Our flight time was about 18 hours, and for a good part of lhe way we were up about seven miles above tim earth. It's summer here -- trees all leaved out, grass a lovely green, and flowers everywhere. Most of the trees are not like U .S. trees. Some of the flowers are like ours but many arc new to me. This is a very beautiful country. The meeting, to which Everett came as a speaker, began Monday night. He has given major addresses and conducted three workshops. DIAMONDS ' WATCHES We Repair ACCUTRON, TIMEX, and A;t Makes. HASKELL JEWELERS Littleton, NH 03561 ,  tQOJL4.-5 MID.SEASON SALE W00dlC0al Eleanor Burroughs 439-5547 The meeting here in Auckland will finish tomorrow forenoon. Then we move on to another place. I am having one grand time. The food is quite a bit different fron| what we have in the ttnited States, but I find it delicious." When you read this Mrs. Fullam will be in Australia where Hey. Fullam has several speaking engagements. By the way did you renlember to send Ma Fullam a birthday card? She was 89 Jan. 15. If you forgot, you still have time as she will not be back in Connecticut tmtil another week after you have read this. Again her address is 471 tnot 71 as reported under Woodsville news last week) Mausfieid Ave., l)arien, Conn. O6820. The annual business meeting of the First Congregational Church of Corinth was held Wednesday evening in the Fellowship Room at the Parsonage. Officers were elected as follows: Deacons: James Sargent, Gifford Serene, George Hastings; Deaconess, Grace Sargent: Trustees, (;race Sargent, Trustees, Edward Perdue, David tlastings, James Sargent; Clerk, M ildr ed Terrill ; Treasurer, Eleanor Burroughs: Assistant Treas., lrene Rieker: Moderator, Pastor Stephen Palmer; Auditors. David Hastings, Joyce Palmer, Charles Currier: Sunday School Supt., Pastor Palmer; Sunday School Treas., Edah Serene; Day School Principal, Pastor Palmer: Day School Treas., Joyce Palmer: Library Committee. Beth Gaety, Grace Sargent. and Joyce Palmer. Word has been received of the birth of a son. David John (please turn to page ') Lisbon cook well. Several men do real creative wood-working, and easily sell their wares. Collections included scrap- boso% of interest locaUy, pins, demi-tasse cups and saucers, postcards, buttons, salada tea-bag sayings, and perfume con- tainers. Knitters to go to Waslfington MONTPEI,IER--At least five of the home knitters who testified at U.S. Labor l)epartment hearings in Burlington last week want to go to Washington, D.C. next monlh to present further testimony. The hearings are being held to determine whether to change regulations which the Labor I)epartment interprets its prohibiting home knitting and some other cottage in- dustries. The home knitters who want to gO Io Washington are Emma Pudvah of Hardwick, Audrey Pudvah of East Calais, Bmmie Mercier of llardwick, Christine Brown of Waterbury Center, and Gone Gray of Greensboro. These woman testified last week thai home knitting is crucial to their families, that they earn far more than the mininmm wage, and that they don't want to be forced from their homes into factory work. Tom Evslin of Montpelier is heading a fundraising effort to allow the women to make the trip. Contributions have  already been pledged by the liniled Church of Christ, the Vermont Agency of Development and Community Affairs, and Congressman James Jeffords among others. Further contributions are needed and can be sent to Tom Evslin, Box 989, Montpelier or to any of the women involved. Waits River------ tcontinued from page 5) (;range voted and adopted a resolulion in opposition of taking more towns from Orange County to Caledonia County for senatorial reap- portionment. An" agricultural program was presented by the lecturer Irene Salomaa, including roll call. readings and a quiz. The next meeting will be Former Bath resident, partner in law firm MANCHESTER, N.H. _ Hawthorne College; was a Cynthia Clark, daughter of H'. New Hampshire Legislator for Whitney and Florence B. eight years; minority leader of the New Hampshire House of Representatives for four years and made an un- successful bid for governor in 1972. Raiche is married and has five children, two of whom , have recently been elected to the House of Representatives. The Raiche & Clark law office is located at: 814 Elm Street (the Beacon Building) Suite 200 in Manchester, N.H., telephone (603) 669-8700. Woods of Bath, New Hamp- shire, has recently formed a law partnership with Robert E. Raiche of Manchester. She is the wife of Coy Clark, formerly of Woodsville. Mr. clark is the son of Orrin and Allegra Clark of N. Haverhill. Mr. and Mrs. Clark are 1961 graduates of Woodsville High School and have three children, Cammy, Coy and Cathy. NEW SON BABY ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rice Mr. and Mrs. Wayne of Woodsville are the parents of Warren are the parentst of a baby boy born Jan. 19 at baby girl born Jan. 15 Cottage tlospital. Cottage Hospital. IIIIII Bill FROZEN PIP we thaw Ip Copper, Lead, Galvanized, onl) For IFaut Service Cagt Robert Fortunad 439-6179 )llollollollo llollollellellellollell!llellitlitl 'Ohlme 116, NEW LAW PART- NER--Mrs. Cynthia Clark, former Bath resident and Woodsville High  School graduate, has formed a new law partnership in Manchester. Cynthia Clark is a former member of the New Hamp- shire House of Represen- tatives and more recently received her Juris Doctor Degree in law from Franklin Pierce Law Center in Con- OPEN HOUSE BIG 1-DAY SALE -- OF O TRACTORS & IMPLEMENTS The Long line of affordable farm equipment is now even more affordable during our "Big One-Day Sale. You can save up to 25% or more over our normally low prices. CH EC K TH ESE SPECIALS: 561 '-55 H.P. 610DT 64-HP Friday February 13th s7750 slO000 Plus Many More BIG Savingsl L.L. REED (continued from page 7) with the Guy Millers. Refresh- cord. from these names: R. Curtis, ments were served by the She is also a member of the HARTFORD , VT. 802- 295-2488 "r S J. Bousquet, r. Aldrich, R. hosts. Board of Directors, | 1 m  age a -pe[, Meserve, B. Bowles, M. Mrs. Nellie Tomlinson is a Pemigewasset Development , Stahiman, V. Towle, O. surgical patient at Mary Center for the develop- ndthe Daycock, H. Smith, A. Hunt, Hitchcock Hospital, Hanover, mentally disabled in R. Whitcomb, D. Wetherhee, N.H. Plymouth, and was appointed D. Pottle, E. Butson, M. The Misses Dehorn and by Gov. Hugh Gallen as Butson, andL. Page. Nancy Blanchard have commission member for the Hobbies were so varied and reluned to their studies at Governor's Commission on R numerous, it is impossible to Bryant College, Smithfield, Children and Youth in 1980. IIIIIII " a "mlm.l b  name all, but many knitted or R.I.. after a month's vacation Robert E. Ratchets a native I'or 00reat OLRooor qllllln00 e (fua crocheted, did crewel or at thehomeof their parents, of Manchester and has ii hat Could needlepoint, hooked rugs or recently resigned his post as  ]- , dried flowers, and both sexes U.S Marshal for the District ...... itt . da, A propane outdoor grill is the neatest, most convenient way to make any barbecue great and make an outdoor gourmet chef out of you! "a'0g PRODUCT PACKING SALE PRICE ORDER 24 boxes $26.88 m. (1.12 ea.) KLEENEX Facial 280 ct. KLEENEX Man Size 24 $18.96 m. 60 ct. KLEENEX Casuals 100 ct. KLEENEX Little Travelers 70 ct. boxes (7 36 boxes 48 boxes $13.92 c (29 ca.) KLEENEX Facial 125 ct. KLEENEX Pocket Pack 16 ct. 36 $21.24 cs. boxes (s ca.) 15 $11.85 cL boxes (79 ca.) TERI Towels jumbo rolls KLEENEX Dinner Napkins 50 ct. $2.70 Ca, (S9 ca.) 30 rolls 36 pkg. $28.110 m, (t0 ea.) Route 10, No. Haverhill, N.H. Tel. (603) 787-6981 TOTAL CASES: ORDER DEADLINE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1981 PICK UP ON: FRIDAY, FEBRUqY 27, 198, AGWAYJI VNT o4[ New Hamhlre:+tatehe Woman elected Lieutenant has also served as Vice Governor was Consuelo N. President of Nathaniel Bailey, elected in 195,1,. , Out.@Doors (continued front page 9) relationship must be improved and education is the answer. If you want your children to have the same rights to hunt and fish as you enjoy, you had best not sit back or the time may pass, and like Rip Van Winkle you may wake up to find drastic changes have taken place. tl  Fran The adjustable flame lights instan Y'tant ma, Ceramic briquettes give irtment you real cookout flavor and lastrhill of indefinitely. For all the pleasure of outdoor cooking without the hassle, see the great propane grills today. Better e A better tutti. Ef00i00r00. Ecom00'c00 Fishing huts on Lake Fairlee to, fh/ng stow The word I get is that ice fishing is spotty around the two states. Some good catches have been taken at Champlain and Winnipesaukee, but I have heard of few people who have said that the fishing was good for more than a day at a time. The biggest fish t am aware of so far this winter was taken Monday at Harveys Lake in Harriet. It was a 2O pound 5 ounce laker. Having problems? If you see or hear what may be a fish and game violation call the nearest state police barracks. They have radio contact with the wardens, One call is all it takes. The same is true for those wishing to report problems with snowmobilers. There are toll free numbers from most towns which you should keep close to the phone for future use. PRE-SEASON CLEARANCE SALE ON ALL GRILLS IN STOCK. UP TO $100.00 OFF ON SOME MI BRADFORD OIL CO. Inc. Call 802-222-5251 Junction 6 &25 +- Bradford, vt. Or 603-787-6391 1 FiltEMEN'S BALl, ! N S. STRAFFORI) S STRAFFORD--A Firemen's Ball will be held from 9 p.m.-12 a.m. at Barrett ltall in S. Stratford for the benefit of the Stratford Fire Department Auxiliary. The Odell Walker Band will perform, Tickets are $3 per person with refreshments on sale. "Proper attire" is requested. TOWN NURSE SCHEDULE A Community Health Services Inc. Town Nurse will check hypertension, weight and glaucoma Feb, 4 at Bradford Senior Center from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and at Newbury in the Bailey Memorial Club i from I-4 p.m. < LEE'S Country C "We're Two Years Old" with our NTER CLOTHI NG,BOOTS,SLi P Sale ,,,Y .0YS,...s.,c00E I"",;," " I of th Year SIGN UP WITH EVERY PURCHASE Rt.. 5 L Thettord Vt. keavel Mar pa