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i February 4, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 Herbert A. Bowen dies in Corinth RINTH= llerbert A. thel'o`.enliunterliobbinMill lake place in the Sawyer' 74 of Corinth died Jan. until i! as destroyed by fire. tomb, Iradlord, pending at lhe home of Nettle In his laler years he worked as spring burial in the familylot on Pike Hill in a butcher' and raised in ('ormlh Cenler Cemetery. vegetables alld ammals at his The Ilale Funeral Ilome of He was born in East Orange homein Pike Ilill. I',ra(If,r(I is in charge of l, 1906, the sonof Clinton tle is survived by lwo arrallg(,nlenis. Jennie (Rowell) Bowen. sislcrs. Mrs. Jessie tlut- altended schools in East chinson and Mrs. Amy Bar- nes. |)()lh of |arre; several After his schooling he nieces, nephews andcousms. for various farms in P'une,'al services were held area as a farmer and Jan. :ll at Ihe (;orinth (;enter He later worked for Church. Ent.ml)nlent will NOTES AND ('OMMENTS A g(x)d neighbor knows how lo live and lel olher people alone= Mahoney services held in Newbury NIGwl;I:I.\\;' I,'u[rler;.ll ser. l(abhi I,aurt,nce l,,dw.u'.tls .i vices lr I..;leanor White (''healon) Mahoney. wile of %. Scoll Nlahoney, who died 'l'lmrsday..Jan. 15 at Collage I I()sl)ilal in Woodsviile, were hel(t .Jail 18 at Ihe tanlily homc m Newbury. i,'ather l)avid I',ryall (it Nt'x`.hury and Wino.ski aJld I lanqver olliciale(l. Act ire bcarers were ('lille,s IL Stearns of Iurlingl.tL ()liver I.ossi alld IClgi. Zcche(,llcl of I,arrc. Kclmm I'.'aigc .it ICast I,m're, Ilarold l)tllll)ar ol llal'lll'l, ;.i lld I';dt al'd I"ishcl" d l,l'ist)l. l h)llllra l'.V l)ea l'el's ',,`.' c i'(.> 24 HOUR EMERGEHeY George M. Ellis, MENTAL SEALTS SERVICE IVentworth, dies Orange County Mental Health WENTWORTtt--A long-time Expeditionary l"orce during TOLL FREE 1-800-622-4244 residents dial operator, CENTER DATSUN, INC. St. Johnllury Center, Vt. 05863 CALL Mrs. Walter Shaw 802-748-2352 resident of Wentworth, George M. Ellis, 87, of 4 Timberlane, Bristol, died at the Willows Convalescent Center, Franconia after a long illness. Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, he moved to the United States in t912, coming to New Hampshire in 1935. tie and his wife, the former Sidney M. Fox lived on Route 25 here for several years and then moved to Buffalo Road. From there about eight years ago they moved to Bristol. Mr. Ellis served in France with the American Mildred McP'arlill l'Iollms ;.m(I %illar(l Ilker ill ('onc.r(l, Nclia SI)inelli and l"l'ancis lh'ake ill I',arre. (.'arolillc I.'r.lhiJlgham ol Mozllpelier, ('(IIISI;.UlCC alid l,'railccs Smith .t Newhury. I lerherI tCaker tit V alerl)ury. ,\\;lexa rl(tcr World War [. lie wasamason Nlurra.v q)t Norlh Adams. and carpenter by trade. Mass. and Alhcrl l"orrcst of Besides his wife he is sur- I'enacook vived by: two sons, John IClll()ml>menl \\;vas m the Theodore of Wentworth and Ilorscm(,a(lo`. vaull. Norlh George Matthew, Jr., of Kent, tlaverhill, lo await spring England; three daughters, burial inihe()xtulw(;emelery, Rosamonde Ellis of Newbury. Bellingham, Wash., Mrs. ,\\;rrangemcrts `.el'e raider Kathleen Terry of Craig, Hie direcli.ii of the licker Colo., and Mrs. Diane I.'mlerll Ilome, \\;V)o(Isville. ttudeberg of Denver, Colo.; 16 grandchildren: one great- grandchild; one sister, Mrs. NOTES .%Nl) WintEred Wheeler of Belmont; (')M M E N'rs niecesand nephews. 'l'h(, ('hul'ch. as an in- Funeral services were slilulim, deserves your private, the La Fontaine supplri, liot because it is Funeral Home of Plymouth p('rfecl, but because it slvivcs being in charge. Err lhe ril4ht dit'ect ion. FIw iltilltl I* Bad o// -rr,l i .......... i _ d  l"  ,continued from page 1, D/' E" I I E'/' 2; IL,P if il,e oil pressure lighl|I 11i lII/I III ,-. eteill Ifailed 1o go out ahnost iin-lRl 'vu e--Ira, I s I nledialt, l'v after slarting. I I __ _ __ I A l,ehini)n aulo dealer said I I '1 IE IIIEDC I ,,  I ARTESIAN WELL CO. Idamage to cars from the oil | Your complete lothino care center .....  "lin 1930 I lhal eould range ()vet" $1,1101) In / P " ". ....  I necessary repau's, [ or pick up ano Oellvery service I ;l'he deale,' szlid the bad oil : gelatin, inslead pEa liquid, at temperatures beh)w 10 degrees. The eold oil eannot lubrieale Ilie engine and can damage hearillgS or the erankshaft, or even cause the enlire engine to seize up. (,luaker Slale issued a press release in early January to warn the puhlic and has Ieen cooperative in helping motorists who suffered damage from it to get their vehieles fixed at the com- pany's expense. The affected oil includes Quaker State's "Super Blend'" and "'l)eltixe'" brands. The company said motorisls who suspecl they have the btd oil in their cars should have tleir oil and oil filters ctanged inmediately. Motorists who have suffered damage from the oil are ad- vised to contact Quaker State's insurance agent, the TraVelers Insurance Com- ' panics in Manchester, N.H., telephone 6031 G24=2058, or : call (aker State's.offices in Oil City, Pa., t814) 6711-0t161. VERMONT FIllS'r8 U.S. Patent, signed by George Washington, was issued in 1790 to Samuel Hopkins of Pittsford for making potash out of wood ashes. Roland G. Moses dies; was Plymouth resident I'I,NI()ITll IC}lalJd (; 'Ii('illill!2, Iul'ial `.ill tie ill 'l'li(l" Mscs. t;I, {)1 11 ('tlmmills St .. (li,l .llll. 2t; at Itt" 3 I lilcht'(t'k M('m(ll'itl llsllill lit II:.tlii",i'l' :.lllcr ;.i lIt. ;s I),,rl ilt I{llllillC%', ;lli(I hId llx1'd iN II'rhill I,f il II|illllI('l' lit .% (';II'S la,i)re s('r`.iil ill ih(' I  Army Air I"lr't, tll t':llr)l.' Ilut'it04 %%'o1"1d \\;%ar II I11' ('amc t) 1'131u(ttlth 11 I('1 th(' \\; l r lie h;l(I ',\\;',l'kc(l I)l' ()A. Mill('r ('{ alld I'cllllcw;.|SSCt ,alil)liil l,allk l"lil- the last L' l ) ,('ars h(' \\;\as ('ll}l)hL',,('(I ;.is all Ic(')unlItll \\;\ilh lhe N,II, llc '.'-.;is ,;I nwtnl(.r (ll lhc 511. I'rl)sl('('l I'l)sl lilt:l, VI"W, ill i'13,11Htllh, llld a lllclnbt, r ill tilt' I'clltic`.\\;;.lsscl l"ish alld (;;.Imc (hH) Nlcmhers .I lh(' ItmHly in,.'luile hi:--, wit('. ,l;Jilcl I Il,)t)i(' l%l(Iscs I)l' l'lyllioulh; t ',\\;[ lirilllwi's. 1 la rold Most's of l'l%lllliillh and Ilalr) MI)scsof II;vcrhill; two sist(:rs, Ml's. I':UlliCc Ilaliisa', I)t (;lenclitt zmd Mrs. I';(ll ('has(, Id I,alh: ;.llt(I so%oral ilicct, s alld nCl:,h('ws. I"tlncral st, r\\;i:cs \\;'cl'c ht'hl al Ihc f>lvinoulh i'(llirctiliolial ('hurch wilh lhc Ilcv t'hili t) llarl (1- Phone 444.2742 Call collect. SEARS ROEBUCK. Woodsville, N,H. WELLS RIVER LANDROMAT, Wells River, it PIKE STORE, Pike, NH. McLAM's STORE, E. Corinth, Vt . EAIItl.ll GENIAAL, Eoirlee. VI. OREOROVILLE STORE, Orfordvilte, N H l,a(l(l Slrct,I ('Cliiclt'ry, I lat el'hill, itl the lll'ill ( '(lil ritilit i.iis ill his iiiCliior) llil% hi, lll{idc Ill Ill(' ,N.II. '('hilll(.i ot fti(' :\\;l'lhrilis V(lUil(lali)li, c ;I li)liy lll'(li)k I(i)i(l. 1'13 lilt)/llh, (i;l;2t;4, i)r lhc f>lx iil()iil h ( '(11t2,i(,t2,a I i(llli l ('liui't'h Mciii)i'iil l+'uii(l, c ,%lir l)uriill. I'1% ill(ul h, i:l'>i', 1 11:% lll ' AIIlIIV I':S li' aiid .%Irs..Iohii I{nighl ()f ,li'alloi'd ar(' i)ai'(,lilS )f a tlib) Silll, l'aul \\;%'illiilil, I>(li'ii .lill. 21i 11 1;i1% Iliit, hcock lci/ioi'ia I Ihspii:l, Obltual00 .1 ,i , Woodsville man is dead \\;%() tl)S\\;'ll,l,E A f)r mer Ioil lililC I,illh,loii residellt, I(i('hard Sibl(,y. 71. (lied al his IHliliC hcrc .laii. 2'.1, t>,)i'ii ill Wakefield .lune 22, I.tli.i. Sihley had resided in \\;%.llsville l()i" liie pasl four yea l'S I"lliicral servit'cs were held al lhc liiker l.'liiit,i-al llome. \\;\'l)lt(Is''illc. IIc is slirxivcd hy lwo sons: ltichard Sibley of IAttleton aild loger Sibley of Lisbon; lhree daughlers, Mrs, Elizabeth Fox of .Pottslown, l'a., Mrs. .ludy Poire of l,aconia, and Miss Susan Sihley of Woodsville; two sislers, Mrs, Ariel tlamlJson of l,ill l(,lon and Beatrice Mc(uire of (;ilmanlon; arid 15 grandchild,-en. One of Ihe largest new and used car and truck selections in Ihe Upper Valley. The u(IDer Valleys firsl and only automotive supeTmarket Bank rate up Io 48 morths to l)aY 0 0 Erwin Cliilorll 295 3013 295 3014 E PeanuI Piltkel Wlde W 295,3724 Phil Allen 29S-30 3 CASH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS AND PICKUPS Over36 years ot dependable service. CLIFFORD'S GARAGE, INC. DODGE CITY [ rOPTRaO,N[[ Route 14, W. Hartford, Vt. ./ If Retirement Approaches ... TAX DEFERRED i I_N DIVIDUAL RETIREMENT AccOUNT (If there is no pension plan where you work.) WE HAVE A RETIRrdENT PLAN TO FIT YOUR SITUATION, COME IN AND sEE US ABOUT THIs AND ALL OUR __ , OTHER SAVINGS PROGRAMS. ells River Savings Bank Verm)nt Member F. D.I.C. Telephone B02-757,2361 PUT A TOUCH OFTHE PAST IN YOUR FUTURE WITH... Early hmerican BEDROOM. O , You'll save on MAPLE LAI00 II NOW $8 oo ONLY 89. ! ALL 5 PCS. classic colonial beauty at a low price Dresser Mirror Chest Spindle Bed Night Stand ALL 4 pcs. ONLY Fashioned in a Mellow ,Deep Maple Finish 8 oo t Dresser Mirror Chest Panel Bed *78. o Night Cabinet .  "  " r" "... , Reg. '109. o v : .'L".; "" - ,;..2 : . ... cs --e . .rii ......... -__-=-, . = You dorit have to buy. a new l I .. + 9 ,-, ' ...... ,. house,r, k,,.- ,, -,,...t.^__.. ! I I'' ..,,,clt )'" , ",,-.i-r-,= Ill-" " ,to,,tuxiavallCWllulllC.|l @O *l , ' II O. , " " INCORPORATED lii ROUTE 302, t.ISBON ROAD 603-444-2733 u'ri'LETON, N.tt. )"1/ Hours. Weekd,,:, 9 a  lo 5:30 p m F,da N, " Hours: Wet ': ' " - " y ltlht til 9 p n, SatlJrday'9 a m I ------: .... Z____"-'_-'""' ..... o 4.30 p.lil i February 4, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 Herbert A. Bowen dies in Corinth RINTH= llerbert A. thel'o`.enliunterliobbinMill lake place in the Sawyer' 74 of Corinth died Jan. until i! as destroyed by fire. tomb, Iradlord, pending at lhe home of Nettle In his laler years he worked as spring burial in the familylot on Pike Hill in a butcher' and raised in ('ormlh Cenler Cemetery. vegetables alld ammals at his The Ilale Funeral Ilome of He was born in East Orange homein Pike Ilill. I',ra(If,r(I is in charge of l, 1906, the sonof Clinton tle is survived by lwo arrallg(,nlenis. Jennie (Rowell) Bowen. sislcrs. Mrs. Jessie tlut- altended schools in East chinson and Mrs. Amy Bar- nes. |)()lh of |arre; several After his schooling he nieces, nephews andcousms. for various farms in P'une,'al services were held area as a farmer and Jan. :ll at Ihe (;orinth (;enter He later worked for Church. Ent.ml)nlent will NOTES AND ('OMMENTS A g(x)d neighbor knows how lo live and lel olher people alone= Mahoney services held in Newbury NIGwl;I:I.\\;' I,'u[rler;.ll ser. l(abhi I,aurt,nce l,,dw.u'.tls .i vices lr I..;leanor White (''healon) Mahoney. wile of %. Scoll Nlahoney, who died 'l'lmrsday..Jan. 15 at Collage I I()sl)ilal in Woodsviile, were hel(t .Jail 18 at Ihe tanlily homc m Newbury. i,'ather l)avid I',ryall (it Nt'x`.hury and Wino.ski aJld I lanqver olliciale(l. Act ire bcarers were ('lille,s IL Stearns of Iurlingl.tL ()liver I.ossi alld IClgi. Zcche(,llcl of I,arrc. Kclmm I'.'aigc .it ICast I,m're, Ilarold l)tllll)ar ol llal'lll'l, ;.i lld I';dt al'd I"ishcl" d l,l'ist)l. l h)llllra l'.V l)ea l'el's ',,`.' c i'(.> 24 HOUR EMERGEHeY George M. Ellis, MENTAL SEALTS SERVICE IVentworth, dies Orange County Mental Health WENTWORTtt--A long-time Expeditionary l"orce during TOLL FREE 1-800-622-4244 residents dial operator, CENTER DATSUN, INC. St. Johnllury Center, Vt. 05863 CALL Mrs. Walter Shaw 802-748-2352 resident of Wentworth, George M. Ellis, 87, of 4 Timberlane, Bristol, died at the Willows Convalescent Center, Franconia after a long illness. Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, he moved to the United States in t912, coming to New Hampshire in 1935. tie and his wife, the former Sidney M. Fox lived on Route 25 here for several years and then moved to Buffalo Road. From there about eight years ago they moved to Bristol. Mr. Ellis served in France with the American Mildred McP'arlill l'Iollms ;.m(I %illar(l Ilker ill ('onc.r(l, Nclia SI)inelli and l"l'ancis lh'ake ill I',arre. (.'arolillc I.'r.lhiJlgham ol Mozllpelier, ('(IIISI;.UlCC alid l,'railccs Smith .t Newhury. I lerherI tCaker tit V alerl)ury. ,\\;lexa rl(tcr World War [. lie wasamason Nlurra.v q)t Norlh Adams. and carpenter by trade. Mass. and Alhcrl l"orrcst of Besides his wife he is sur- I'enacook vived by: two sons, John IClll()ml>menl \\;vas m the Theodore of Wentworth and Ilorscm(,a(lo`. vaull. Norlh George Matthew, Jr., of Kent, tlaverhill, lo await spring England; three daughters, burial inihe()xtulw(;emelery, Rosamonde Ellis of Newbury. Bellingham, Wash., Mrs. ,\\;rrangemcrts `.el'e raider Kathleen Terry of Craig, Hie direcli.ii of the licker Colo., and Mrs. Diane I.'mlerll Ilome, \\;V)o(Isville. ttudeberg of Denver, Colo.; 16 grandchildren: one great- grandchild; one sister, Mrs. NOTES .%Nl) WintEred Wheeler of Belmont; (')M M E N'rs niecesand nephews. 'l'h(, ('hul'ch. as an in- Funeral services were slilulim, deserves your private, the La Fontaine supplri, liot because it is Funeral Home of Plymouth p('rfecl, but because it slvivcs being in charge. Err lhe ril4ht dit'ect ion. FIw iltilltl I* Bad o// -rr,l i .......... i _ d  l"  ,continued from page 1, D/' E" I I E'/' 2; IL,P if il,e oil pressure lighl|I 11i lII/I III ,-. eteill Ifailed 1o go out ahnost iin-lRl 'vu e--Ira, I s I nledialt, l'v after slarting. I I __ _ __ I A l,ehini)n aulo dealer said I I '1 IE IIIEDC I ,,  I ARTESIAN WELL CO. Idamage to cars from the oil | Your complete lothino care center .....  "lin 1930 I lhal eould range ()vet" $1,1101) In / P " ". ....  I necessary repau's, [ or pick up ano Oellvery service I ;l'he deale,' szlid the bad oil : gelatin, inslead pEa liquid, at temperatures beh)w 10 degrees. The eold oil eannot lubrieale Ilie engine and can damage hearillgS or the erankshaft, or even cause the enlire engine to seize up. (,luaker Slale issued a press release in early January to warn the puhlic and has Ieen cooperative in helping motorists who suffered damage from it to get their vehieles fixed at the com- pany's expense. The affected oil includes Quaker State's "Super Blend'" and "'l)eltixe'" brands. The company said motorisls who suspecl they have the btd oil in their cars should have tleir oil and oil filters ctanged inmediately. Motorists who have suffered damage from the oil are ad- vised to contact Quaker State's insurance agent, the TraVelers Insurance Com- ' panics in Manchester, N.H., telephone 6031 G24=2058, or : call (aker State's.offices in Oil City, Pa., t814) 6711-0t161. VERMONT FIllS'r8 U.S. Patent, signed by George Washington, was issued in 1790 to Samuel Hopkins of Pittsford for making potash out of wood ashes. Roland G. Moses dies; was Plymouth resident I'I,NI()ITll IC}lalJd (; 'Ii('illill!2, Iul'ial `.ill tie ill 'l'li(l" Mscs. t;I, {)1 11 ('tlmmills St .. (li,l .llll. 2t; at Itt" 3 I lilcht'(t'k M('m(ll'itl llsllill lit II:.tlii",i'l' :.lllcr ;.i lIt. ;s I),,rl ilt I{llllillC%', ;lli(I hId llx1'd iN II'rhill I,f il II|illllI('l' lit .% (';II'S la,i)re s('r`.iil ill ih(' I  Army Air I"lr't, tll t':llr)l.' Ilut'it04 %%'o1"1d \\;%ar II I11' ('amc t) 1'131u(ttlth 11 I('1 th(' \\; l r lie h;l(I ',\\;',l'kc(l I)l' ()A. Mill('r ('{ alld I'cllllcw;.|SSCt ,alil)liil l,allk l"lil- the last L' l ) ,('ars h(' \\;\as ('ll}l)hL',,('(I ;.is all Ic(')unlItll \\;\ilh lhe N,II, llc '.'-.;is ,;I nwtnl(.r (ll lhc 511. I'rl)sl('('l I'l)sl lilt:l, VI"W, ill i'13,11Htllh, llld a lllclnbt, r ill tilt' I'clltic`.\\;;.lsscl l"ish alld (;;.Imc (hH) Nlcmhers .I lh(' ItmHly in,.'luile hi:--, wit('. ,l;Jilcl I Il,)t)i(' l%l(Iscs I)l' l'lyllioulh; t ',\\;[ lirilllwi's. 1 la rold Most's of l'l%lllliillh and Ilalr) MI)scsof II;vcrhill; two sist(:rs, Ml's. I':UlliCc Ilaliisa', I)t (;lenclitt zmd Mrs. I';(ll ('has(, Id I,alh: ;.llt(I so%oral ilicct, s alld nCl:,h('ws. I"tlncral st, r\\;i:cs \\;'cl'c ht'hl al Ihc f>lvinoulh i'(llirctiliolial ('hurch wilh lhc Ilcv t'hili t) llarl (1- Phone 444.2742 Call collect. SEARS ROEBUCK. Woodsville, N,H. WELLS RIVER LANDROMAT, Wells River, it PIKE STORE, Pike, NH. McLAM's STORE, E. Corinth, Vt . EAIItl.ll GENIAAL, Eoirlee. VI. OREOROVILLE STORE, Orfordvilte, N H l,a(l(l Slrct,I ('Cliiclt'ry, I lat el'hill, itl the lll'ill ( '(lil ritilit i.iis ill his iiiCliior) llil% hi, lll{idc Ill Ill(' ,N.II. '('hilll(.i ot fti(' :\\;l'lhrilis V(lUil(lali)li, c ;I li)liy lll'(li)k I(i)i(l. 1'13 lilt)/llh, (i;l;2t;4, i)r lhc f>lx iil()iil h ( '(11t2,i(,t2,a I i(llli l ('liui't'h Mciii)i'iil l+'uii(l, c ,%lir l)uriill. I'1% ill(ul h, i:l'>i', 1 11:% lll ' AIIlIIV I':S li' aiid .%Irs..Iohii I{nighl ()f ,li'alloi'd ar(' i)ai'(,lilS )f a tlib) Silll, l'aul \\;%'illiilil, I>(li'ii .lill. 21i 11 1;i1% Iliit, hcock lci/ioi'ia I Ihspii:l, Obltual00 .1 ,i , Woodsville man is dead \\;%() tl)S\\;'ll,l,E A f)r mer Ioil lililC I,illh,loii residellt, I(i('hard Sibl(,y. 71. (lied al his IHliliC hcrc .laii. 2'.1, t>,)i'ii ill Wakefield .lune 22, I.tli.i. Sihley had resided in \\;%.llsville l()i" liie pasl four yea l'S I"lliicral servit'cs were held al lhc liiker l.'liiit,i-al llome. \\;\'l)lt(Is''illc. IIc is slirxivcd hy lwo sons: ltichard Sibley of IAttleton aild loger Sibley of Lisbon; lhree daughlers, Mrs, Elizabeth Fox of .Pottslown, l'a., Mrs. .ludy Poire of l,aconia, and Miss Susan Sihley of Woodsville; two sislers, Mrs, Ariel tlamlJson of l,ill l(,lon and Beatrice Mc(uire of (;ilmanlon; arid 15 grandchild,-en. One of Ihe largest new and used car and truck selections in Ihe Upper Valley. The u(IDer Valleys firsl and only automotive supeTmarket Bank rate up Io 48 morths to l)aY 0 0 Erwin Cliilorll 295 3013 295 3014 E PeanuI Piltkel Wlde W 295,3724 Phil Allen 29S-30 3 CASH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS AND PICKUPS Over36 years ot dependable service. CLIFFORD'S GARAGE, INC. DODGE CITY [ rOPTRaO,N[[ Route 14, W. Hartford, Vt. ./ If Retirement Approaches ... TAX DEFERRED i I_N DIVIDUAL RETIREMENT AccOUNT (If there is no pension plan where you work.) WE HAVE A RETIRrdENT PLAN TO FIT YOUR SITUATION, COME IN AND sEE US ABOUT THIs AND ALL OUR __ , OTHER SAVINGS PROGRAMS. ells River Savings Bank Verm)nt Member F. D.I.C. Telephone B02-757,2361 PUT A TOUCH OFTHE PAST IN YOUR FUTURE WITH... Early hmerican BEDROOM. O , You'll save on MAPLE LAI00 II NOW $8 oo ONLY 89. ! ALL 5 PCS. classic colonial beauty at a low price Dresser Mirror Chest Spindle Bed Night Stand ALL 4 pcs. ONLY Fashioned in a Mellow ,Deep Maple Finish 8 oo t Dresser Mirror Chest Panel Bed *78. o Night Cabinet .  "  " r" "... , Reg. '109. o v : .'L".; "" - ,;..2 : . ... cs --e . .rii ......... -__-=-, . = You dorit have to buy. a new l I .. + 9 ,-, ' ...... ,. house,r, k,,.- ,, -,,...t.^__.. ! I I'' ..,,,clt )'" , ",,-.i-r-,= Ill-" " ,to,,tuxiavallCWllulllC.|l @O *l , ' II O. , " " INCORPORATED lii ROUTE 302, t.ISBON ROAD 603-444-2733 u'ri'LETON, N.tt. )"1/ Hours. Weekd,,:, 9 a  lo 5:30 p m F,da N, " Hours: Wet ': ' " - " y ltlht til 9 p n, SatlJrday'9 a m I ------: .... Z____"-'_-'""' ..... o 4.30 p.lil