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Page 10-The Journal Opinion-February 25, 1981 (continued from page 7 ) FOR RENT FOR RENT AVAILABLE FOR IM- MEDIATE occupancy. A one and a two bedroom aPart - mont. Both with bath, wall to i I I II the annual Vermont Jersey Saturday evening, Feb. 14, of Meeting Saturday, Feb. 14, in FOR RENT--Two |'oom ef- ficiency apartment. Private bath, trash removal and all utilities included. Suitable for her grandparents Mr. and Cabot. Mrs. Arthur Whitehill. They Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilcox were overnight guests that and Mrs. Alain Prince, night of her uncle and aunt Sherry. Kerry, and Mary and family Mr. and Mrs. attended the chicken barbecue Winston Currier, April and Sunday. Feb. 15, in Danny in Monroe, N.H. Passumpsic sponsored by the wall carpeting, kitchen ap- single mature adults. No pliances. Heat, lights, hot children, no pets. Call 802-222- Mrs. Roland Sargent and St. Johnsbury Snowmobile water, gas, and rubbish 4467 after 9:00 A.M. 21'--3- Mrs. Stewart White attended Club. removal included in rent. 4-4. childrenSecurity depoSitor pets required.in this welIN 't F II It'H--C 0 II i i-[. "/!.'." I& IIEIL ESTTEIg SU'R iN Ct'AG[NCT ....... " II'h'*' GardnermanagedApts.,building'43 Central Mt,st., Naval trainee j ,.,.,,,.,.,.:.,,,,,, ,:,.,,,,k,..,.,..,,r Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 787-6280 f]Pom Bradford --"- """ "'"':"" ll 11 or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. 4tf-c 603-823-5505 I.'ranv,mi:,, .11. R F:M,TOR[ t II Illl I I I I I 1 fl ':1 ll =[..1 I:l I :ll REAl, ESTATE CORINTll9 acres, long road frontage. Some open. Hard woods. $6,500. BRADFORD--5 room Yankee Barn on 6 acres with option to buy more. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. 3 car garage with un- finished apartment above. Privacy and beautiful views. $95,000, FAIRLEE--10 rooms, 5 bedroom home located on Uiet road just a few minutes am Route 5. Southern ex- posure and views. $112,000. TilE GARDNER AGENCY, Norwich, Vt, 802-649-1232, IT--2-25--c BRADFORD-Navy Seaman Recruit Thomas R, Taylor, son of Keith and Eleanor Taylor of Bradford, has completed recruit training at the Naval Training (,'enter, Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week training cycle, trainees studied general military subjects designed to prepare them for further academic and on-the-job trainiztg in one of the Navy's 85 basic oc- cupational fields. Included in their studies were seamanship, close order drill, Naval history and first aid. A 1980 graduate of Oxbow High School, he joined the -.,-- Navy in July 1980. Z VALLEY ASSOCIATES OF BRADFORD 2l North Main Street Bradford, Vt. 802-222-5544 WE MAY HAVE A BUYER FOR YOUR itOUSE. LIST WITli US TODAY ! WELLS RIVERGentlemen Farmers' Special. 1840 Cape with 20+- acres. Shed suitable for small animals, tturry! ! It's only $32,500. EAST TOPSilAM--Commercial building ideally suited for light manufacturing, storage or retail operalion. Priced to sell. BRAI)FORD--Small Cape with a view. Set on a %+- acres village lot. Call us on this one. NEWBURY--Authentic 200 year old center-hall Colonial house situated on tastefully landscaped 1   +- acre lot on quiet village road. We have land listings from 1.2 Acres to 120 Acres in all surrounding towns. Call us! ' Jerry Humplrey, Broker 222-5544 William E. Rose Jr., Sales Assoc. 222-9322 David L. Polli, Sales Assoc. 222-5544 John Brockhardt, Sales Assoc. 439-6183 V&'ll gtva om mrd IDy(r Each office Is Inclependent y owned end operated. 1 Montebello Street Albino A. LeoPold Woodillo, NH 03785 Broker 6fl3.747-2000 603-747-3372 List No. 164-- 12 room home has a 2 bedroom and a 5 bedroom apartment. Baseboard hot water heat. In town location 24' x 40' attached barn. Large garden space . . house needs a little refreshing inside. Reduced to $35,5 for quick sale. Owner moving. List No. 188 = Excellent opportunity to become a small farmer. 6 room modified Cape on 20 acres + or -. Kitchen. LJL paneled D-R. 3 bedrooms, I bath 4 stall barn. shop and hay loft. Screened in porch Fisher stove backs up hot air oil heat. 10 tillabel acres -- garden spot. Come back to the basic of good country living. On paved road at edge of town -- $43,000. List No. 194-4uxurious custom built 197fi Green Briar 2 bedroom. 2 bath mobile home. All you would ever want for a comfortable retirement home. Built in china cabinet in dining room .... Franklin fireplace & wet bar m L-H Kitchen is complete with lots of cabinets  36"' gas stove with griddle -- oversized refrigerator, dish- washer & garbage disposal The extra large master hedroom will dazzle you with its double closet mirror doors: its private bath comes with stall shower and separate garden tub. Laundry space --propane heat g' x 20" sundeck -- central air conditioning W-W shag carpeting -- utility shed outside. In nice quiet mobile park with low rent. No Real Estate involved. Offered at $23.9OO. List No, 203.-Attractive building lot one mile to town -- on paved road. 2 acre open field with panoramic view of the Connecticut River Valley. $.000. ELECTRICAL PAUL MAYETTE. Assocla Home: 7874270 GEORGE ROGERS, Associate Home: 14;- REAL ESTATE No. 4171--Groton, 10 acres bordering slate forest. $3,9OO. No. 4222--Nice, 4 bedroom home on two lovely acres near Wells River. Living room and dining room, two firephlces, hardwood floors throughout, garage $45,000.00. No. 427(; 105 acres, Wrights Mr. Road, Bradford, V'i , $6:L500; a beautiful parcel of land, facing south and wesl, with good views; open and wooded. Owner may finance. No. 42"/8---Bath, N.H. on the Monroe Road. Com- fortable, 3-bedroom mobile home with addition and nice 2-car garage on  2 acre. $11,200. No. 4283B--10 acres, Peacham, $5,000; frontage on aU- year road; hard & soft woods; good for recreation, year-round borne, or investment. Terms for seller, No. 4296--70 acres, Newl)ury, Vt., $15,400; frontage on gtx)d road: brook: growing wu,,dland. No. 4294--One acre, Newbury, $3,000; good secluded building site. No, 4273--200 acres, Corinth, $60,()0; open and wooded, brook, secluded. (Many of our listings can be owner-financed ) HOM S Bffce & Miriam Thomas ..,.. REALTORS Farms-Houses-Acreage Newbunj Vt. 05051 802-866-5961 IM I I II O'Brlen Realty of Bradford for professional service 733D--Bradhwd--3 bdrm. renovated Cape. Modern kitchen, hearth w-wood stove hook-up, formal dining rm., Jiving rm., & full bath down. 2 ]g. bdrms. & full bath up. Village edge location, 2 acres, attached barn & work shop. $49,900. 73fil),--Bradford Investment--2 story Colonial home w- 5 rm apt. attached. Main house could easily be converted into 2 apts. Excellent investment -- live in one and rent the other two. Good views overlooking village, private location, exeel)ent t'0ndit ion. Go buy a! $42,500. IH.qD,--Bradford--New 24x40 3 bdrm. Ranch w-kitchen & dining rm. combination, sliding glass door, approx. ! acre. $42,000. (;7D.--Bradford--Exceptionally nice, newly built home located on high ground. 8 lg. rooms, utility rm.-work shop. 4 bdrms.. 2 full baths. U-shaped kilchen, cherry paneling, carport, patio, 2 storage rooms. $49.90o. O'lh'ien Realty of Bradford Jct. 5 & 25 Bradford. Vermont Pat Jepsen 222-4788 Edmuud Bednarski 222-5792 C, eorge ltuutington, Broker 2'22-4703 WINN ASSOCIATES, REALTORS 225 Main Street Littleton, New Hampshire 03561 Business (603) 444-7781 JIM & MARGARET ELL,IOTT Woodsville, N.H. 03785 (603) 747-3485 ECH OFFIC[ |N)I[@EH,)ENY 'Nf[ A JG .,f( -.&TE'J I II Im I I Illl ..... " UPON REFLECTION It s impossible to make wisdom hereditary. I HUNTINGTON HOMES Attention: Bradford, Corinth, Newbury, #, Fairlee, & Piermont PROSPECTIVE HOMEOWNERS NEWTON EQUIPMENT "'SnO W- Turf- Wood'" Nlain St., Fairlee, Vt. 05045 802-333-9590 Opposite Post Office _l I1 I ILl| l/ [] Approved I 1 NO DOWN complete & Ready TO PAYMENT! MovelnAt$45,500 I B We're Ready To Build 3 " "" ' (802) 222-470 r -Sbrvico Rentals Huntington Construction & O'BrientReal00 of Bradford 5 & 25 6radford, Vt. Huntington Construction has building lots from 1 acre to lO acres, located in these Village or Countfi locations. Nancy i'erkins 584-361 i Mrs. AHhm Whitehill, with Mrs. Alfred Lamarre of Woodsville and Mr. and Mrs. Winston ('urrier and daughter April of Monr(re, N.II., at- tended the wedding of Mrs. Whitehill's granddaughter Cynthia Currier to John I)eSantis Sunday, Feb. 15, at the Congregational Church in Essex Junction and the reception which followed at the Radisson ttotel in Burlington. ltarry Parsons was ad- mitted to Cottage Hospital in Woodsville Sunday, Feb. 15, for surgery. Miss Mary Nelson of Burlington was a weekend guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. llassall Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter and Melissa joined them for Sunday dinner, Feb. 15, in celebration of Mary's bir- lhday. Gone Perkins was in Greensboro Wednesday evening, Feb. 18, to attend the monthly meeting of Capital District Mutual Aid Fire Association. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounly pie were served by the committee of Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. William Dickerson. Mr. and Mrs. Gone Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. ltarrison Welles, and Jacqueline McLure. The next card party will be Friday evening, Feb. 20. at 8:00 p.m., hosled by the Youth Com- mittee. Blue Mountain Grange No, 263 held their regular meeting Tuesday evening, Feb. 10, with 25 members present. Women's Activities Chairman Marjorie ileox reminded memiwrs of the National Grange Sewing Contest, which will close April 15. Mrs. Wilcox also has a supply of (;range cookbooks on sale. A donation was made to the Educational Aid Fund Corinth donation to cOnserve land - IIANOVER lt, h'. and Mrs. The parcel, located just off essentially in a natural con- valuable open space f0 Edmund M. Speer of Pike llill Road near "Cook- dillon, with the provision that natural preserves, forestland, lHoomficld, Conn., have v'ille," consists of old they retain, for theirlifetimes, and agriculturalland. donated a 14.2 acre parcel of paslureland with softwoods thetimber removalrights. land in ('orinth to the Con- and a smallwetland area. The acquisition is a part of necticut River Watershed The former owners ex- the Watershed Council's Land UPON REFLECTION (!ouncil t'oL conservation pressed a desire to have the Conservancy Program, We build the ladder by whirl werise. purposes, land remain undeveloped and established in 1969 to conserve I II II I I I / I BUSINESS DIRECTORY III Ill IIII IIII I IIIII I PERRY'S OIL SERVICE Main St. Bradford, 222-41 Complete Appliance & TV Repair Service t sam rtt eCOMPONENT STEREO "CAR STEREO T V IIII RIVER BEND SHOP X-C0untry Skits.... ,-Scopes -- GU NS US000-- Trapping-Reloading-Back Packing 5 So. Newbuff, Vt. 802-866-5921 RICHARDSON Seale tleton, r at the ( Street, March Bids be publ Selectrr Contr loeatior I' Office o Town il 2 Union Littleto Phne: Enviro 2Chen Concor Phone: : Attn : 1V D ll4Ba) Manch, were guests Friday evening, ,, QUALITY IODUCTS& SERVIE  Copi( Z Feb. 13, of Mr. and Mrs.  Z ROA ' Ernest Souther in Bradford. , NSURANCE AGENCY, INC. "',o,,,ffice Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty  , For @ll your issumnce needs 222-3,10 deposit were among those who at- 50pore tended the Lisbon-Blue Rto. 302 Woodsville, N.H. -- 747-223,3 lid op basketbalIMUntain Union gamebys Saturday varsity -ANTENNA SUPPLES & INSTALI.ATION eor ga r'{ , i th li;dso n' .... ': :' " 222 .  e)nditicont afternoon, Feb. 14, in Lisbon. Dan Pert,/ Main St. Bradford, VI. dillon Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty  ecks attended a Valen'tine Party i Apr, Salurdayevening, Feb. 14, at I  II I 2:00p1 the home of Pastor and Mrs. : : |  Littler( Joe Rinaldi in Newbury. --'---- . The Dinner guests Wediesday, vr--[l 0 lilllilll/lillll i reject; a Eaet LabountyFeb" 18, OfwereMr. andpastorMrS. GUYand SMALL MOTORS I1 ] t J.M, Landscaping  I i .o.n Mrs. JoeRinaidiofNewbury. No. Haverhill, N.H. 787-6770 II ! ':;!.2r BOX14I.PIERMONT, N,.,03779 l. k/NFOI: Blue Mountain (;range No. CHAIN SAW CENTER of the Connecticut Valley [[ I  moun 263 hosted a card partyFriday 1  ' ,,,,,o.,,/At ineVening'play/Ladies'Feb" 6.highwithprize8 tableSwas SALES-SERVICE-PARTS II l Profl'sional Landscape Design" d [4"r)r (" 'equir,[ and m won by T i I lie Astle: men's Jonsereds StihI.Partner Husqvarna-Echo-O lympic [1 j Garaens, Lawn, Plannngs&Pruning r-!isn}  high Ralph Astle; ladies" i LMIUIL2Lt 4- IALI=1 low - Arlene Eastman; men's Robush & Lafont Log Splitters low' Joe Perkins; and floating prize - Joe Perkins. Skidder Chains & Cable - -- Or enal Refreshments of homemade Lawn and Garden Wheel Horse - Gilson - Hahn ids 1We service all small enginesm .CLIFFORD A. WRIG Established in 1902 Dealers in Barre Granite & Vermont marble memorials Cemetery lettering Bradford and cleaning Vmamont ',  TL  ;r;res,; Rufus A. Hosmer 0 :ter Groton, Vt. 0S046 Con,, ond see out'display ' (802) 5843501 subjee Bidt Execu to thai : Contr FORlY NOTi( TION lVr ]. Tt O222Z-4S70 Dave Kenyon, Jr.  MASONRYCARPENTRY /t Free Estim0tes .p/ Call 4,39:6204  Bradford, Vt. ! Fireplaces, chimneys block foundations brick i walls ond hearths. Stonework, decks, re-modeling and pointing. VERMONT STATE POLICE m RICHARD GOODHUE Master Electrician RESIDENTIAL. COMMERCIAL. INDUITRIAL BRADFORD, VT. 802-222 9027 ..... " Ill lill I IIII I III RICHARDSON ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED Kermil IV. I{ichardson Anita S. Perry . (;ilbert Cole Dale M. Miles Phyllis Ritter Main Street, Bradford, Vermont 802-222-4043 I I II : li 1 i , I, , | and Vermont Fish & Game TOLL-FREE NUMBERS) Bradford 222-4680 Frlee 333 9414 Wells River 757-2552 We're banking on you America with AGRICULTURAL LOANS Qualified. applicants to American Midlands, inc. can receive assistance for: $ Farm Purchases $ Livestock and Machinery $ Farm Refinance $ Conversion from short term to long term $ Leasing MINIMUM: $150.000 Call Toll Free 1 8002282702 (In Nebraska call 402/334-5100) American Midlands Inc 94S S 132nd St Omaha NE 68144 Member NAFCO Offices in Albany, Columbus. Dallas Denver. Knoxville, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Omaha, Sacramento. "Pampa CLOUGH TaRO GARAGE DOOR Repairs & installation A Specialty SWEET SERVICE Bradford, VL 05033 Tel. (802) 222-4584 Quality Products Available. 4. As / 3 Th Page 10-The Journal Opinion-February 25, 1981 (continued from page 7 ) FOR RENT FOR RENT AVAILABLE FOR IM- MEDIATE occupancy. A one and a two bedroom aPart - mont. Both with bath, wall to i I I II the annual Vermont Jersey Saturday evening, Feb. 14, of Meeting Saturday, Feb. 14, in FOR RENT--Two |'oom ef- ficiency apartment. Private bath, trash removal and all utilities included. Suitable for her grandparents Mr. and Cabot. Mrs. Arthur Whitehill. They Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilcox were overnight guests that and Mrs. Alain Prince, night of her uncle and aunt Sherry. Kerry, and Mary and family Mr. and Mrs. attended the chicken barbecue Winston Currier, April and Sunday. Feb. 15, in Danny in Monroe, N.H. Passumpsic sponsored by the wall carpeting, kitchen ap- single mature adults. No pliances. Heat, lights, hot children, no pets. Call 802-222- Mrs. Roland Sargent and St. Johnsbury Snowmobile water, gas, and rubbish 4467 after 9:00 A.M. 21'--3- Mrs. Stewart White attended Club. removal included in rent. 4-4. childrenSecurity depoSitor pets required.in this welIN 't F II It'H--C 0 II i i-[. "/!.'." I& IIEIL ESTTEIg SU'R iN Ct'AG[NCT ....... " II'h'*' GardnermanagedApts.,building'43 Central Mt,st., Naval trainee j ,.,.,,,.,.,.:.,,,,,, ,:,.,,,,k,..,.,..,,r Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 787-6280 f]Pom Bradford --"- """ "'"':"" ll 11 or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. 4tf-c 603-823-5505 I.'ranv,mi:,, .11. R F:M,TOR[ t II Illl I I I I I 1 fl ':1 ll =[..1 I:l I :ll REAl, ESTATE CORINTll9 acres, long road frontage. Some open. Hard woods. $6,500. BRADFORD--5 room Yankee Barn on 6 acres with option to buy more. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. 3 car garage with un- finished apartment above. Privacy and beautiful views. $95,000, FAIRLEE--10 rooms, 5 bedroom home located on Uiet road just a few minutes am Route 5. Southern ex- posure and views. $112,000. TilE GARDNER AGENCY, Norwich, Vt, 802-649-1232, IT--2-25--c BRADFORD-Navy Seaman Recruit Thomas R, Taylor, son of Keith and Eleanor Taylor of Bradford, has completed recruit training at the Naval Training (,'enter, Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week training cycle, trainees studied general military subjects designed to prepare them for further academic and on-the-job trainiztg in one of the Navy's 85 basic oc- cupational fields. Included in their studies were seamanship, close order drill, Naval history and first aid. A 1980 graduate of Oxbow High School, he joined the -.,-- Navy in July 1980. Z VALLEY ASSOCIATES OF BRADFORD 2l North Main Street Bradford, Vt. 802-222-5544 WE MAY HAVE A BUYER FOR YOUR itOUSE. LIST WITli US TODAY ! WELLS RIVERGentlemen Farmers' Special. 1840 Cape with 20+- acres. Shed suitable for small animals, tturry! ! It's only $32,500. EAST TOPSilAM--Commercial building ideally suited for light manufacturing, storage or retail operalion. Priced to sell. BRAI)FORD--Small Cape with a view. Set on a %+- acres village lot. Call us on this one. NEWBURY--Authentic 200 year old center-hall Colonial house situated on tastefully landscaped 1   +- acre lot on quiet village road. We have land listings from 1.2 Acres to 120 Acres in all surrounding towns. Call us! ' Jerry Humplrey, Broker 222-5544 William E. Rose Jr., Sales Assoc. 222-9322 David L. Polli, Sales Assoc. 222-5544 John Brockhardt, Sales Assoc. 439-6183 V&'ll gtva om mrd IDy(r Each office Is Inclependent y owned end operated. 1 Montebello Street Albino A. LeoPold Woodillo, NH 03785 Broker 6fl3.747-2000 603-747-3372 List No. 164-- 12 room home has a 2 bedroom and a 5 bedroom apartment. Baseboard hot water heat. In town location 24' x 40' attached barn. Large garden space . . house needs a little refreshing inside. Reduced to $35,5 for quick sale. Owner moving. List No. 188 = Excellent opportunity to become a small farmer. 6 room modified Cape on 20 acres + or -. Kitchen. LJL paneled D-R. 3 bedrooms, I bath 4 stall barn. shop and hay loft. Screened in porch Fisher stove backs up hot air oil heat. 10 tillabel acres -- garden spot. Come back to the basic of good country living. On paved road at edge of town -- $43,000. List No. 194-4uxurious custom built 197fi Green Briar 2 bedroom. 2 bath mobile home. All you would ever want for a comfortable retirement home. Built in china cabinet in dining room .... Franklin fireplace & wet bar m L-H Kitchen is complete with lots of cabinets  36"' gas stove with griddle -- oversized refrigerator, dish- washer & garbage disposal The extra large master hedroom will dazzle you with its double closet mirror doors: its private bath comes with stall shower and separate garden tub. Laundry space --propane heat g' x 20" sundeck -- central air conditioning W-W shag carpeting -- utility shed outside. In nice quiet mobile park with low rent. No Real Estate involved. Offered at $23.9OO. List No, 203.-Attractive building lot one mile to town -- on paved road. 2 acre open field with panoramic view of the Connecticut River Valley. $.000. ELECTRICAL PAUL MAYETTE. Assocla Home: 7874270 GEORGE ROGERS, Associate Home: 14;- REAL ESTATE No. 4171--Groton, 10 acres bordering slate forest. $3,9OO. No. 4222--Nice, 4 bedroom home on two lovely acres near Wells River. Living room and dining room, two firephlces, hardwood floors throughout, garage $45,000.00. No. 427(; 105 acres, Wrights Mr. Road, Bradford, V'i , $6:L500; a beautiful parcel of land, facing south and wesl, with good views; open and wooded. Owner may finance. No. 42"/8---Bath, N.H. on the Monroe Road. Com- fortable, 3-bedroom mobile home with addition and nice 2-car garage on  2 acre. $11,200. No. 4283B--10 acres, Peacham, $5,000; frontage on aU- year road; hard & soft woods; good for recreation, year-round borne, or investment. Terms for seller, No. 4296--70 acres, Newl)ury, Vt., $15,400; frontage on gtx)d road: brook: growing wu,,dland. No. 4294--One acre, Newbury, $3,000; good secluded building site. No, 4273--200 acres, Corinth, $60,()0; open and wooded, brook, secluded. (Many of our listings can be owner-financed ) HOM S Bffce & Miriam Thomas ..,.. REALTORS Farms-Houses-Acreage Newbunj Vt. 05051 802-866-5961 IM I I II O'Brlen Realty of Bradford for professional service 733D--Bradhwd--3 bdrm. renovated Cape. Modern kitchen, hearth w-wood stove hook-up, formal dining rm., Jiving rm., & full bath down. 2 ]g. bdrms. & full bath up. Village edge location, 2 acres, attached barn & work shop. $49,900. 73fil),--Bradford Investment--2 story Colonial home w- 5 rm apt. attached. Main house could easily be converted into 2 apts. Excellent investment -- live in one and rent the other two. Good views overlooking village, private location, exeel)ent t'0ndit ion. Go buy a! $42,500. IH.qD,--Bradford--New 24x40 3 bdrm. Ranch w-kitchen & dining rm. combination, sliding glass door, approx. ! acre. $42,000. (;7D.--Bradford--Exceptionally nice, newly built home located on high ground. 8 lg. rooms, utility rm.-work shop. 4 bdrms.. 2 full baths. U-shaped kilchen, cherry paneling, carport, patio, 2 storage rooms. $49.90o. O'lh'ien Realty of Bradford Jct. 5 & 25 Bradford. Vermont Pat Jepsen 222-4788 Edmuud Bednarski 222-5792 C, eorge ltuutington, Broker 2'22-4703 WINN ASSOCIATES, REALTORS 225 Main Street Littleton, New Hampshire 03561 Business (603) 444-7781 JIM & MARGARET ELL,IOTT Woodsville, N.H. 03785 (603) 747-3485 ECH OFFIC[ |N)I[@EH,)ENY 'Nf[ A JG .,f( -.&TE'J I II Im I I Illl ..... " UPON REFLECTION It s impossible to make wisdom hereditary. I HUNTINGTON HOMES Attention: Bradford, Corinth, Newbury, #, Fairlee, & Piermont PROSPECTIVE HOMEOWNERS NEWTON EQUIPMENT "'SnO W- Turf- Wood'" Nlain St., Fairlee, Vt. 05045 802-333-9590 Opposite Post Office _l I1 I ILl| l/ [] Approved I 1 NO DOWN complete & Ready TO PAYMENT! MovelnAt$45,500 I B We're Ready To Build 3 " "" ' (802) 222-470 r -Sbrvico Rentals Huntington Construction & O'BrientReal00 of Bradford 5 & 25 6radford, Vt. Huntington Construction has building lots from 1 acre to lO acres, located in these Village or Countfi locations. Nancy i'erkins 584-361 i Mrs. AHhm Whitehill, with Mrs. Alfred Lamarre of Woodsville and Mr. and Mrs. Winston ('urrier and daughter April of Monr(re, N.II., at- tended the wedding of Mrs. Whitehill's granddaughter Cynthia Currier to John I)eSantis Sunday, Feb. 15, at the Congregational Church in Essex Junction and the reception which followed at the Radisson ttotel in Burlington. ltarry Parsons was ad- mitted to Cottage Hospital in Woodsville Sunday, Feb. 15, for surgery. Miss Mary Nelson of Burlington was a weekend guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. llassall Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gates, Peter and Melissa joined them for Sunday dinner, Feb. 15, in celebration of Mary's bir- lhday. Gone Perkins was in Greensboro Wednesday evening, Feb. 18, to attend the monthly meeting of Capital District Mutual Aid Fire Association. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounly pie were served by the committee of Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. William Dickerson. Mr. and Mrs. Gone Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. ltarrison Welles, and Jacqueline McLure. The next card party will be Friday evening, Feb. 20. at 8:00 p.m., hosled by the Youth Com- mittee. Blue Mountain Grange No, 263 held their regular meeting Tuesday evening, Feb. 10, with 25 members present. Women's Activities Chairman Marjorie ileox reminded memiwrs of the National Grange Sewing Contest, which will close April 15. Mrs. Wilcox also has a supply of (;range cookbooks on sale. A donation was made to the Educational Aid Fund Corinth donation to cOnserve land - IIANOVER lt, h'. and Mrs. The parcel, located just off essentially in a natural con- valuable open space f0 Edmund M. Speer of Pike llill Road near "Cook- dillon, with the provision that natural preserves, forestland, lHoomficld, Conn., have v'ille," consists of old they retain, for theirlifetimes, and agriculturalland. donated a 14.2 acre parcel of paslureland with softwoods thetimber removalrights. land in ('orinth to the Con- and a smallwetland area. The acquisition is a part of necticut River Watershed The former owners ex- the Watershed Council's Land UPON REFLECTION (!ouncil t'oL conservation pressed a desire to have the Conservancy Program, We build the ladder by whirl werise. purposes, land remain undeveloped and established in 1969 to conserve I II II I I I / I BUSINESS DIRECTORY III Ill IIII IIII I IIIII I PERRY'S OIL SERVICE Main St. Bradford, 222-41 Complete Appliance & TV Repair Service t sam rtt eCOMPONENT STEREO "CAR STEREO T V IIII RIVER BEND SHOP X-C0untry Skits.... ,-Scopes -- GU NS US000-- Trapping-Reloading-Back Packing 5 So. Newbuff, Vt. 802-866-5921 RICHARDSON Seale tleton, r at the ( Street, March Bids be publ Selectrr Contr loeatior I' Office o Town il 2 Union Littleto Phne: Enviro 2Chen Concor Phone: : Attn : 1V D ll4Ba) Manch, were guests Friday evening, ,, QUALITY IODUCTS& SERVIE  Copi( Z Feb. 13, of Mr. and Mrs.  Z ROA ' Ernest Souther in Bradford. , NSURANCE AGENCY, INC. "',o,,,ffice Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty  , For @ll your issumnce needs 222-3,10 deposit were among those who at- 50pore tended the Lisbon-Blue Rto. 302 Woodsville, N.H. -- 747-223,3 lid op basketbalIMUntain Union gamebys Saturday varsity -ANTENNA SUPPLES & INSTALI.ATION eor ga r'{ , i th li;dso n' .... ': :' " 222 .  e)nditicont afternoon, Feb. 14, in Lisbon. Dan Pert,/ Main St. Bradford, VI. dillon Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty  ecks attended a Valen'tine Party i Apr, Salurdayevening, Feb. 14, at I  II I 2:00p1 the home of Pastor and Mrs. : : |  Littler( Joe Rinaldi in Newbury. --'---- . The Dinner guests Wediesday, vr--[l 0 lilllilll/lillll i reject; a Eaet LabountyFeb" 18, OfwereMr. andpastorMrS. GUYand SMALL MOTORS I1 ] t J.M, Landscaping  I i .o.n Mrs. JoeRinaidiofNewbury. No. Haverhill, N.H. 787-6770 II ! ':;!.2r BOX14I.PIERMONT, N,.,03779 l. k/NFOI: Blue Mountain (;range No. CHAIN SAW CENTER of the Connecticut Valley [[ I  moun 263 hosted a card partyFriday 1  ' ,,,,,o.,,/At ineVening'play/Ladies'Feb" 6.highwithprize8 tableSwas SALES-SERVICE-PARTS II l Profl'sional Landscape Design" d [4"r)r (" 'equir,[ and m won by T i I lie Astle: men's Jonsereds StihI.Partner Husqvarna-Echo-O lympic [1 j Garaens, Lawn, Plannngs&Pruning r-!isn}  high Ralph Astle; ladies" i LMIUIL2Lt 4- IALI=1 low - Arlene Eastman; men's Robush & Lafont Log Splitters low' Joe Perkins; and floating prize - Joe Perkins. Skidder Chains & Cable - -- Or enal Refreshments of homemade Lawn and Garden Wheel Horse - Gilson - Hahn ids 1We service all small enginesm .CLIFFORD A. WRIG Established in 1902 Dealers in Barre Granite & Vermont marble memorials Cemetery lettering Bradford and cleaning Vmamont ',  TL  ;r;res,; Rufus A. Hosmer 0 :ter Groton, Vt. 0S046 Con,, ond see out'display ' (802) 5843501 subjee Bidt Execu to thai : Contr FORlY NOTi( TION lVr ]. Tt O222Z-4S70 Dave Kenyon, Jr.  MASONRYCARPENTRY /t Free Estim0tes .p/ Call 4,39:6204  Bradford, Vt. ! Fireplaces, chimneys block foundations brick i walls ond hearths. Stonework, decks, re-modeling and pointing. VERMONT STATE POLICE m RICHARD GOODHUE Master Electrician RESIDENTIAL. COMMERCIAL. INDUITRIAL BRADFORD, VT. 802-222 9027 ..... " Ill lill I IIII I III RICHARDSON ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED Kermil IV. I{ichardson Anita S. Perry . (;ilbert Cole Dale M. 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