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mt THE TAYLOII-PALMER AGENCY, INC. | Wells River,,, ,ethN,on : 757-:w,9 Fairlee Mrs. Esther Johnson Unionqmol subjects were colonial prin- Mr. (&apos;harks Babl)itt. wh) Ih(ie Ml'Ca(l\\; in ,llice are: Itrin, l(t (t',tner 111. aud has I)et, n a patient at the Mary ('h'rk, ,Mrs ' ]);|vid I"uctls; IAitll';( Iau, h.,y: . S [' :)]'1 Menibers of the FFA at- ling and smithing in Colonial ilitL.hcoc k Meillorial I,ospilal. 'l*r('i.u,',,,, Janie. l>,.t4lev; .%Ulieriiil('ii(h'iii, l,it'liard . SERVlCEsinceI$( tended the Farm Show in Williamsburg. It was in- is Jinx[ rt.t.ul,rathig ;it his ])(,;i(.iin., I((ili(TI l.]ihnan(Js /I.(11(': ('how ]oliit, r, Mrs. Barre (in Jan. 29 with [heir leresting to lee the old press ]iOliit!herc ,iiid I,ailCl, ('()lbv; I,]xeculivc l{t't2,inald(i;llllOr Ill; Atldilor, _ill/l.e,r ! teacher Mrs. Moody. and typeset. Coffee and tea Mr. aiid Mrs. ('harlc, (onnnill(,(,, I(eg, inald ('rather ,lat'ks()n \\;Velit,: I;sht.rs, ('lde '-:.--___=.. 29MatnStrt (( Ms. Cousins and several were served following the .h)rgeiist, n, aitd.h'ssica, have III. lit,lit)it, ('loul2.h. l)el)e I>lake ali(I Ih'nrv ('oliiv: ::/d/llllm)l. llll/.lllu Bradford. Yr. )]an from her typing class attended filnis, recenlly relurll('(l tlOlil a I',aslnuut. and (;arx I)'l)()ll ('radii, It(ill. lih.e(i Newio]t; '-'ltlllllllllll VlUN 3rlll I-li02-272-522Z J] the FBLA Meeting on Jan. 29, News Briefs vacation trip h) l'ennsvlvania .tit. "ll'u,h*r..lackl,n \\;Vel)h Bridge Iuilder, Irene (htlley The Air Force Recruiter Jackman who was andl)hio. ' ill(I Alice ,\\;IIHIII. I';i,';liWll ;ilill.l.llilCS Ilatjev; lieligious irs  talked with students on Jan. hospitalized at Cottage MODEL ' teAS ] -N0W 7-] 30. Students received report The AllllUlil ulceling o1 the ( i)ninlillr(, ,Mi'. Newton Iohicali(ni Imnn'iili('t', .%till Iin 304 '80 JAG 20OO '80 JAG 3000 F/A 'flO JAG 3000 F,C '81 JAG 40OO '80 TIIL CAT 3000 1 '80 TRAIL CAT 4000 '81 TRAIL CAT 4000 I '80 PANTHER 'Bl PANTHER '80 PANTERA M '80 PANTERA E '81 PANTERA M '81 PAN FEIL E '8O EL TIGRE 50 '81 EL TIGRE 5OOO Slfq c) $t,249 j SI,7q9 - $1,3 i SI q49 $1,549 ! 2 _t $ t,799 52 2) $1,499 $2,49q $1,699 $2, $1,9o'9 $2,3- $1,79q 52. S $1,999 $2,749 i $2, I q i 32,1'I,1 $2,Mq i $2, $2,499 ', 52 4) $1,999 $2,t+# tl $2,199 j [ $ .. 29c) ' $2,79 I L ....... Thisisit.TheArdic Cat One-Time- sale. - If you ",,,'ere waiting fi)r prices, but the supply is that one perfect time to buy an limited If you wait you won't .r2tic('tt this is it. have a snowball's ehance of We have these models ever getting a deal like iri stock, at these this again. SNOWMOBILE CLOTHING 50% off on Selected Items '1)1, ,. aptl ,,),1 l, mh.I..i T.k ;llitl .u, c tic,till m'v [h(!ttl $p o rtda . d ql a rd. e lld Vt 4 HARDWARE STORE r qwTiw, J IMastr ANlC ,d Claw Hammer cards on Jan. 30. Newbury Christian School A sliding party was held for students with privilege at Newbury Christian School on Jan. 30. Rel)rt cards were distributed on the same day. Films at Friday Evening llappenings Two films were shown at the Friday Evening tlappenings at the Baldwin Memorial N. Haverhill Alan and Betty Lamarre and sons of Portsmouth were among those driven out of their homes by the crash of the Pease AFB jet in Portsmouth last week. Betty is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Rogers of North tlaverhill. She and her sons Phillip and Andy were in their apartment at the time of the crash and explosion, which broke their windows. They escaped from the resulting fire with just their jackets and boots. Phillip and Andy are presently staying at the Rogers'. John and Nancy Thornton of Spofford, N.lt., were in town last weekend due to the death of John's brother Douglas of Woodsville. Sympathy is extended to the family. JoAnn Aldrich recently attended a week's training session with the Metropolitan Insurance Company in Warwick. R.I. Twenty guests of all ages helped Shawna ' Aldrich celebrate her ninth birthday on Saturday at the home of her grandmother, Alice Girouard. Dean and Pat Trevithiek enjoyed a family gathering recently. Their daughter Diane Nye of Mililani Town, Hawaii, came for a five-day visit. She was stateside for a training session at Maxwell Air Force Base in Mon- Ryegate contpaiiied t)y Madeline triple-wedged into the polished forged l,alx)unlv on tile baritone l head. 16-oz, bellfaced head provides , . ukulele ilnd Isabelie Whitehill Properbalanceforefforllessuse Made UUalltitJes and Nanc, "I' ; ..... t the 'li, i,, u E _. __ t,,. B,MM Limited t, iai,t)'. " el ...... i F..ffk.#l/l"ll// Mr. and Mrs Bruce Nelson. [ ,#v I,.ellJ IVI%JIIXIXILL C'urlis, Andrea. and dames k Br-dl..-. ty ..... . were supper guests of friends , >< .... . (please turn to page IO) NH l 1 BIG 1-DAY IAL I if I iti00/,, F i :ii I dabl_e farm quipmenl !s now even I ng our "Big One-Day Sale. You can save i re over our normally low prices. I "IIi cHEcK THESE sPEcIALs: Friday Februafi 13thl ! iil s60-00s H.P. =7750 II 610DT 64-HP s lO000 - ..... ' ........ ' "1 I! L.L. REED i While Supplies Last ,) Professional-quality lightweight ham- mer priced for the do-it-yourselfer. ! With flame-treated hickory handle Nancy Perkins 584-361 I l'>hie Mounlain Grange No. '_'(;:I heht its regular ineeling Tuesday evenh/g. ,lan. 27, at the honie of Mr. and Mrs. Edward McLure with 17 nlenlhers and two visitors ITonl Moosilauke Grange in East llaverhill, N,H. A donation was made to FFA. Lecturer Judy MeLure reminded those present of the Feb, Ill nleeting at which faniilies ,whose last names I'ginning with A-F are asked to hring a poem for the prograln : those beginning with G-L. a story or article; M-a skit; N-a game; O-S, a joke or anlusing anecdote; anti W-Z, a song for all to sing. Master Stewart White conducted a program on Ritualism, asking questions and giving helpful in- t'ol'nlalion. Ir()lh)wing ibis, a siill-ahin as enjoyed, ac- llospilal has been transferred to Mary Hitchcock Memorial llospital in ttanover. Several from the village attended the special youth meeting in Newbury at the Newbury Bible Chapel Jan. 24. Missionary candidates to Argentina were the guests for the occasion. Pizza was en- joyed by the group. A car wash was held at the Fire Station on Jan. 31. III tgomery, Ala. She is a civilian counselor with the Personnel Development Center of the Air Force in Hawaii. John Trevithick and family of St. AIbans also came for the weekend, as did Tom Trevithick of Moodus, Conn., who brought his sister Diane. Other guests on Saturday were Pars brother and wife, I.t,derated t'hurch was ht>ld \\;\t,(hles(I;ty..inn. 21 al tht' I I()na hile Meinorial l )ining Itoonl al II1(' church. The lit, v. .\\;rlhnr IRlgley, who acled its nit)tlcrator, opened tile nieeling wilh devolions. liepol'Is fit lhe ()ftict'I'S aiid i'oilinlilli'('s x,('l'e given and tici'li nenl business was (lisrnssed. The lit'x), of/ill,re Io juin Katharine Blaisdell 787 -(;:115 Winston and Nelga DuBois of Rindge, and cousins Art and Barbara Morse of Bellows Falls. Polly Smith entertained friends and neighbors Thursday evening at a Freedom Dinner and social hour at her home. The table motif featured the 53 returned hostages. Ihllh's ;Hid I(alph .% I)lil illil i li ('olninillcc, I{ivhal'd II.(tr and I{cl2,iitald ('re ni('r ] I1 ; ,%ic r.iulents, Mrs..][)hn ]Atilt4(', Mrs. It. ti. ('rlliit,r..%r. and MI',. Ih'liry ((ill)x; ],h)xtl,i,s, Mi',. NewIoll Ih)lh"s..Mrs. IhTb(Tl Ih)dge. iilll ll's .l()hll IAiiil2,(,; Music. ,Mrs I)axi(l ,%inilh, Mrs. IIo(le; (I. 3 Nch(.tl slall Mrs I '(',,i(' t)erry has relnriit'd l(i l"itirlee Llttcr visilintL lrien(Is in l'olnpliliO I),t'ach. I"la. ft'(inr;iltllalioits io lrenda I,;(hnands. xxho is on lhe, l)('(in's I,isl l()r Ihis in;irking I)(Tio(l ;il lit(' trnivtT.ily of S()til h(,rn l%laiii(,, Houle Auto Sales, tc. 181 South Main Street Barre, Vermont February 4, |981-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 Cystic' Fibrosis TOUR.AffHON February $ at River Bend Cross Counby Ski Shop South Newbury lIME: 11am4pm For more information and sponsor sheets call: (802)866-5921 We're operating in new fields. We Are Still Paying Higher Interest Rates Than Anyone Around Our Corporate Notes Bring You A Full One And One Half (1 l/ % ) Percent More Per Annum Than The Current Money Market Rates Available Elsewhere. O Corporate Notes $500.00 & Up. # O Why Don't You Call Edward C. Patten And Talk Things Over. _ Upper Vallel. .., .... Commercial Corporation PATTEN INC. MT. GARDNER APTS. PATTEN ENTERPRISES UPPER VALLEY COMMERCIAL CORP. PATTEN'S GAS North Haverhill, N.H. (603)787-6280 INVESTMENTS FINANCIAL CONSULTANTS GENERAL LEASING WHOLESALE PROPANE GAS PROPANE TANKS & PLANTS APARTMENTS OFFICE SPACE mt THE TAYLOII-PALMER AGENCY, INC. | Wells River,,, ,ethN,on : 757-:w,9 Fairlee Mrs. Esther Johnson Unionqmol subjects were colonial prin- Mr. ('harks Babl)itt. wh) Ih(ie Ml'Ca(l\\; in ,llice are: Itrin, l(t (t',tner 111. aud has I)et, n a patient at the Mary ('h'rk, ,Mrs ' ]);|vid I"uctls; IAitll';( Iau, h.,y: . S [' :)]'1 Menibers of the FFA at- ling and smithing in Colonial ilitL.hcoc k Meillorial I,ospilal. 'l*r('i.u,',,,, Janie. l>,.t4lev; .%Ulieriiil('ii(h'iii, l,it'liard . SERVlCEsinceI$( tended the Farm Show in Williamsburg. It was in- is Jinx[ rt.t.ul,rathig ;it his ])(,;i(.iin., I((ili(TI l.]ihnan(Js /I.(11(': ('how ]oliit, r, Mrs. Barre (in Jan. 29 with [heir leresting to lee the old press ]iOliit!herc ,iiid I,ailCl, ('()lbv; I,]xeculivc l{t't2,inald(i;llllOr Ill; Atldilor, _ill/l.e,r ! teacher Mrs. Moody. and typeset. Coffee and tea Mr. aiid Mrs. ('harlc, (onnnill(,(,, I(eg, inald ('rather ,lat'ks()n \\;Velit,: I;sht.rs, ('lde '-:.--___=.. 29MatnStrt (( Ms. Cousins and several were served following the .h)rgeiist, n, aitd.h'ssica, have III. lit,lit)it, ('loul2.h. l)el)e I>lake ali(I Ih'nrv ('oliiv: ::/d/llllm)l. llll/.lllu Bradford. Yr. )]an from her typing class attended filnis, recenlly relurll('(l tlOlil a I',aslnuut. and (;arx I)'l)()ll ('radii, It(ill. lih.e(i Newio]t; '-'ltlllllllllll VlUN 3rlll I-li02-272-522Z J] the FBLA Meeting on Jan. 29, News Briefs vacation trip h) l'ennsvlvania .tit. "ll'u,h*r..lackl,n \\;Vel)h Bridge Iuilder, Irene (htlley The Air Force Recruiter Jackman who was andl)hio. ' ill(I Alice ,\\;IIHIII. I';i,';liWll ;ilill.l.llilCS Ilatjev; lieligious irs  talked with students on Jan. hospitalized at Cottage MODEL ' teAS ] -N0W 7-] 30. Students received report The AllllUlil ulceling o1 the ( i)ninlillr(, ,Mi'. Newton Iohicali(ni Imnn'iili('t', .%till Iin 304 '80 JAG 20OO '80 JAG 3000 F/A 'flO JAG 3000 F,C '81 JAG 40OO '80 TIIL CAT 3000 1 '80 TRAIL CAT 4000 '81 TRAIL CAT 4000 I '80 PANTHER 'Bl PANTHER '80 PANTERA M '80 PANTERA E '81 PANTERA M '81 PAN FEIL E '8O EL TIGRE 50 '81 EL TIGRE 5OOO Slfq c) $t,249 j SI,7q9 - $1,3 i SI q49 $1,549 ! 2 _t $ t,799 52 2) $1,499 $2,49q $1,699 $2, $1,9o'9 $2,3- $1,79q 52. S $1,999 $2,749 i $2, I q i 32,1'I,1 $2,Mq i $2, $2,499 ', 52 4) $1,999 $2,t+# tl $2,199 j [ $ .. 29c) ' $2,79 I L ....... Thisisit.TheArdic Cat One-Time- sale. - If you ",,,'ere waiting fi)r prices, but the supply is that one perfect time to buy an limited If you wait you won't .r2tic('tt this is it. have a snowball's ehance of We have these models ever getting a deal like iri stock, at these this again. SNOWMOBILE CLOTHING 50% off on Selected Items '1)1, ,. aptl ,,),1 l, mh.I..i T.k ;llitl .u, c tic,till m'v [h(!ttl $p o rtda . d ql a rd. e lld Vt 4 HARDWARE STORE r qwTiw, J IMastr ANlC ,d Claw Hammer cards on Jan. 30. Newbury Christian School A sliding party was held for students with privilege at Newbury Christian School on Jan. 30. Rel)rt cards were distributed on the same day. Films at Friday Evening llappenings Two films were shown at the Friday Evening tlappenings at the Baldwin Memorial N. Haverhill Alan and Betty Lamarre and sons of Portsmouth were among those driven out of their homes by the crash of the Pease AFB jet in Portsmouth last week. Betty is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Rogers of North tlaverhill. She and her sons Phillip and Andy were in their apartment at the time of the crash and explosion, which broke their windows. They escaped from the resulting fire with just their jackets and boots. Phillip and Andy are presently staying at the Rogers'. John and Nancy Thornton of Spofford, N.lt., were in town last weekend due to the death of John's brother Douglas of Woodsville. Sympathy is extended to the family. JoAnn Aldrich recently attended a week's training session with the Metropolitan Insurance Company in Warwick. R.I. Twenty guests of all ages helped Shawna ' Aldrich celebrate her ninth birthday on Saturday at the home of her grandmother, Alice Girouard. Dean and Pat Trevithiek enjoyed a family gathering recently. Their daughter Diane Nye of Mililani Town, Hawaii, came for a five-day visit. She was stateside for a training session at Maxwell Air Force Base in Mon- Ryegate contpaiiied t)y Madeline triple-wedged into the polished forged l,alx)unlv on tile baritone l head. 16-oz, bellfaced head provides , . ukulele ilnd Isabelie Whitehill Properbalanceforefforllessuse Made UUalltitJes and Nanc, "I' ; ..... t the 'li, i,, u E _. __ t,,. B,MM Limited t, iai,t)'. " el ...... i F..ffk.#l/l"ll// Mr. and Mrs Bruce Nelson. [ ,#v I,.ellJ IVI%JIIXIXILL C'urlis, Andrea. and dames k Br-dl..-. ty ..... . were supper guests of friends < ..... . (please turn to page IO) NH l 1 BIG 1-DAY IAL I if I iti00/,, F i :ii I dabl_e farm quipmenl !s now even I ng our "Big One-Day Sale. You can save i re over our normally low prices. I "IIi cHEcK THESE sPEcIALs: Friday Februafi 13thl ! iil s60-00s H.P. =7750 II 610DT 64-HP s lO000 - ..... ' ........ ' "1 I! L.L. REED i While Supplies Last ,) Professional-quality lightweight ham- mer priced for the do-it-yourselfer. ! With flame-treated hickory handle Nancy Perkins 584-361 I l'>hie Mounlain Grange No. '_'(;:I heht its regular ineeling Tuesday evenh/g. ,lan. 27, at the honie of Mr. and Mrs. Edward McLure with 17 nlenlhers and two visitors ITonl Moosilauke Grange in East llaverhill, N,H. A donation was made to FFA. Lecturer Judy MeLure reminded those present of the Feb, Ill nleeting at which faniilies ,whose last names I'ginning with A-F are asked to hring a poem for the prograln : those beginning with G-L. a story or article; M-a skit; N-a game; O-S, a joke or anlusing anecdote; anti W-Z, a song for all to sing. Master Stewart White conducted a program on Ritualism, asking questions and giving helpful in- t'ol'nlalion. Ir()lh)wing ibis, a siill-ahin as enjoyed, ac- llospilal has been transferred to Mary Hitchcock Memorial llospital in ttanover. Several from the village attended the special youth meeting in Newbury at the Newbury Bible Chapel Jan. 24. Missionary candidates to Argentina were the guests for the occasion. Pizza was en- joyed by the group. A car wash was held at the Fire Station on Jan. 31. III tgomery, Ala. She is a civilian counselor with the Personnel Development Center of the Air Force in Hawaii. John Trevithick and family of St. AIbans also came for the weekend, as did Tom Trevithick of Moodus, Conn., who brought his sister Diane. Other guests on Saturday were Pars brother and wife, I.t,derated t'hurch was ht>ld \\;\t,(hles(I;ty..inn. 21 al tht' I I()na hile Meinorial l )ining Itoonl al II1(' church. The lit, v. .\\;rlhnr IRlgley, who acled its nit)tlcrator, opened tile nieeling wilh devolions. liepol'Is fit lhe ()ftict'I'S aiid i'oilinlilli'('s x,('l'e given and tici'li nenl business was (lisrnssed. The lit'x), of/ill,re Io juin Katharine Blaisdell 787 -(;:115 Winston and Nelga DuBois of Rindge, and cousins Art and Barbara Morse of Bellows Falls. Polly Smith entertained friends and neighbors Thursday evening at a Freedom Dinner and social hour at her home. The table motif featured the 53 returned hostages. Ihllh's ;Hid I(alph .% I)lil illil i li ('olninillcc, I{ivhal'd II.(tr and I{cl2,iitald ('re ni('r ] I1 ; ,%ic r.iulents, Mrs..][)hn ]Atilt4(', Mrs. It. ti. ('rlliit,r..%r. and MI',. Ih'liry ((ill)x; ],h)xtl,i,s, Mi',. NewIoll Ih)lh"s..Mrs. IhTb(Tl Ih)dge. iilll ll's .l()hll IAiiil2,(,; Music. ,Mrs I)axi(l ,%inilh, Mrs. IIo(le; (I. 3 Nch(.tl slall Mrs I '(',,i(' t)erry has relnriit'd l(i l"itirlee Llttcr visilintL lrien(Is in l'olnpliliO I),t'ach. I"la. ft'(inr;iltllalioits io lrenda I,;(hnands. xxho is on lhe, l)('(in's I,isl l()r Ihis in;irking I)(Tio(l ;il lit(' trnivtT.ily of S()til h(,rn l%laiii(,, Houle Auto Sales, tc. 181 South Main Street Barre, Vermont February 4, |981-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 Cystic' Fibrosis TOUR.AffHON February $ at River Bend Cross Counby Ski Shop South Newbury lIME: 11am4pm For more information and sponsor sheets call: (802)866-5921 We're operating in new fields. We Are Still Paying Higher Interest Rates Than Anyone Around Our Corporate Notes Bring You A Full One And One Half (1 l/ % ) Percent More Per Annum Than The Current Money Market Rates Available Elsewhere. O Corporate Notes $500.00 & Up. # O Why Don't You Call Edward C. Patten And Talk Things Over. _ Upper Vallel. .., .... Commercial Corporation PATTEN INC. MT. GARDNER APTS. PATTEN ENTERPRISES UPPER VALLEY COMMERCIAL CORP. PATTEN'S GAS North Haverhill, N.H. (603)787-6280 INVESTMENTS FINANCIAL CONSULTANTS GENERAL LEASING WHOLESALE PROPANE GAS PROPANE TANKS & PLANTS APARTMENTS OFFICE SPACE