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March I t, 19St-The Jonrnal Opinion-flags 3 Wilkins Fairlee dies hlRLEE--ttoward P. He is also survived by three 67, died Thursday at grandchildren; a sister. Hitchcock Memorial Margery Thackeray of Malden, Mass., and one was the husband of nephew. Cooke Wilkins of A menmrial service was and the father of held at the Fairtce Federated erly Larson of Candia, Church. and Barbara Dyke of Contributions in his memory may be made to the Shriner's Burns Institute, Blossom Street, Boston, Mass. Drew, Sr. dies ......... ey L. Drew Sr., died March 4 at his home a long illness. Violet Southworth dies at home W. FA1RLEE-- Violet Sumner Southworth, 77, of W. Fairlee died March 9 at her home after a long illness. She was born in Corinth July 17, at the ltanover Terrace Health Care Unit, in ttanover. 1903. She was born in New Bed- On Jan. 1, 1923, she was married to Dewitt Southworth ford, Mass. Sept, 18, 1904, the of W. Fairlee, where they daughter of Damion and Rose lived most of their married Ann (Bourgeois)Cormier. She life. After the death of her attended schools in New husband, Mrs. Southworth Bedford and worked her entire lifetime in the textile industry. resided with her son Wayne In 1925, she married William and grandson d ason. Three of their nine children E. Rose, Sr. who survives. died in infancy. They lived in New Bedford Survivors include five sons, until 1956 when they moved to Sumner J . and Richard of Post Bradford and made their Mills, Howard, Roy E. and home here until the time of her Wayne of W. Fairlee; a death. daughter, Mary Clark of Post She is survived by her Mills; 15 grandchildren, 23 husband William E. Rose, Sr. great-grandchildren; a Alice C. Rose of Bradford; I worked in textile industry BIAI)FOI{D--Alice C. Rose, of Bradford, one son William 76, of Bradford died March 5, E. Rose, Jr. of Bradford; four Obituaries grandchildren; two great i,rl grandchildren; four sisters: Blanche Hall ,,s; Mrs. Emily Jenney of wa area teacher BI{ADFOIH)--Mrs. Blanche Bradford resident for many L. ttall, 91, died March 2 in the years. St. Johnsbury Convalescent Mrs. Hall was a member of Center. Fairhaven, Mass.; Mrs. Juliet Copson of Waltham, Mass.; Mrs. Florence Normand and Mrs. Jeanette Goulart both of New Bedford, Mass.; three brothers, Alcide Cormier of the Plainviile, Conn.; Alfred Born in Newbury, Sept. 3, Cormier of St. Petersburg, 1889, she was daughter of Fla.;ArmandCormierofNew Thomas and Minnie tCar- Bedford, Mass.; one son-in- ponter) White, and attended law Boynton H. ttill of Orford, schools there. N.H. Prior to her retirement, she Funeral services were held taught in schools in Topsham, Sunday at the Hale Funeral Wells River, Groton and Home in Bradford with the Beverly,Mass. Rev. James Boudreau of- She was the widow of Robert ficiating. Entombment will United Presbyterian Church of Spat h Ryegate. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Nellie W. McLam, Groton, and a sister, Marjorie Stearns, S. Ryegate. tier funeral services were held March 5 in the Ricker Funeral lh)me, Birch Lane, W(xlsville. A grandnephew, Rev. James Maclntyre, of- W. ttall, and had been a floated. BABY ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. George Cummings of Wentworth are resident of Bow, the parents of a baby girl, s survived locally by a son, born Feb. 26 at Cottage rank Drew of Woodsville, Hospital. The baby weighed PUneral services will be nine pounds, llounces. y at 10a.m. atthe brother, Lee Sumner of take place in the Sawyer Mortuary, 190 Main , Corinth. tomb, Bradford pending Concord Burial will be at UPONREFI,ECTION Kenneth H. Green, ater dais in Alexander Time to make friends is before Services were held at the W. Fa,r'e ogreaional Bradford p.. burial in the family lot etery Bow ou need them. Sawyer Cemetery Bradford. 'NEW -- Church. __ native dies Donations in her memory N. Haverhill dies may be made to the Bradford F.RVlC]E- USED WOODSVILLE--Kenneth H s!ield May 7, 1904. Ite had FAST Squad c-o Delphine Green, 76, died March 5 at the resided in North Haverhill CAR SALES ....... CAR SALES in Florida o, Bradford, Ft. 05033 Hale Funeral Home of Cottage Hospital in Woodsville since 1939. GAINSVILLE, FLA.-- Mrs. Bradford is in charge of followinga short illness. Until his retirement in 1973 RT. 5&Z5 AT THE LIGHTS 8AM TILL 6PM THURS. TILL 9PM ATTRACTIVE FINANCE & INSURANCE PLAN S500 °0 REBATE ON ALL CHEVETTES AND CITATIONS IN STOCKll 2 NEW CHEVY C--1 0 PICKUPS - " $6000.00 . WE NEED ALL THE USED CARS AND TRUCKS WE CAN GET! USED CARS 1976 Datsun B210 30,000mls 2-DR 4CYL. 4SP. 1978 Plymouth Volare 4-DR 6CYL Automatic Blake Chevrolet Co. Inc. Bradford, Vt. (802) 222-5236 On Homelite" ain Saw King SAVE '1 HOMELITE® 10" XL CHAIN SAW • light, compact and easy to use excellent perform-"' ance for its size and cost • 10,, guicle bar • 1.6 cu in 4  displacement engine (26 2cc) • automatic chain oiling • • S°ftone'= muffler (82-4010) re9 $99.99 Olive K. Sproul, 70, diedat her arrangements. He was born in Weather- home in Gainsville, March 3. She wasborninBradfordMay Stephe M. Cle lad 8, 1910, the daughter of  ve r Charles F. and Alice die VA hospital (Andross) Kenyon.  at She attended schools in Bradford and graduated from BRADFORD--Stephen M. Arline Hutchinson Cleveland Bradford Academy in the Cleveland, 66, died March 4 at of Bradford, two sisters, class of 1927. After her the V. A. Hospital in White nieces andnephews. graduation she attended River Jet. William Godfrey of Ely is in Montpelier Seminary and He was born in St. Albans, charge of private graveside received teachers training for Vt. and was a member of services inthespring. one year before teaching at Bradford American Legion Memorial contributions schools in Post Mills and W. Post and V.F.W. of Wells may be made to cancer Fairlee. She later attended River. research. Castleton College to enroll in Surviving are his wife more advanced courses for teachers training. Ralph E. Dunton She was married to Orland Sproul of Gainsville where she had lived forthe past several yeaCs. She is urvived by her husband Orland of Gainsviile; one sister, Mrs. Ruth Smith of Piermont: two brothers, Charles A. Kenyon and Earle H. Kenyon, both of Bradford. Funeral services will be held in the spring at the family plot in Sawyer Cemetery, Bradford. The Hale Funeral Home of Bradford is in charge of arrangements. Funeral services will be in the spring. of Canaan dies CANAAN--Ralph E. Dunton, for many years. He then 70, of Canaan, died March 5 at worked for some time on the Truax Farm in Bradford. He the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. He was born in Eden, Ft. dan. 21, 1911, the son of George W. and Mabel  Blake) Dunton. He attended schools in Hyde Park and Bradford where he moved at a very early age. Mter his schooling he worked for John Lufkin in his sawmill Judith OImsted Gary dies in auto accidenf They had been in Egypt only a couple of weeks when the accident occurred as she was driving home from the university. In addition to her husband and her father, Mrs. Gary is survived by a brother, Richard W. Olmsted Jr. of Chatham, N.J.: two aunts, Catherine (Laycock) McKennan of Norwich, and Barbara (Olmsted) Smith of Seattle, Wash.; three half brothers, Peter D., a fresh- man at Cornell, James N. and Andrew M. Olmsted, both of Lyme. Funeral services will be held in Cairo. Fred Holkm dies, born in Hungary LYME--Judith (Olmsted) Gary, daughter of Richard W. Olmsted of Lyme, business manager and director of planning emeritus of Dart- mouth College, and the late Helen { Layeock) Oimsted, was fatally injured Wed- nesday in an automobile accident in Cairo, Egypt. Dr. Gary, who for the past four years had been teaching English at the University of Cairo to graduate students Iraining to be teachers of English in Egyptian schools, was also the granddaughter of the late Dartmouth College dean, Craven Laycock. She was born in Hanover July 17, 1941, was educated in Hanover grade schools and Thetfnrd Academy, and was gradualed from the Fryburgs (Maine) Academy in 1958. She received a bac- calaureate degree in 1962 from Corncll University, where she also earned a master of arts degree in education a year later. She spent the next two years in the interior of Nigeria leaching school as a Peace PIERMONT--Fred Hollos, 65, was found dead at his home Friday, March 7. He was born in Budapest, Hungary, and had lived in Piermont for the past two years, formerly living in Haverhill for many years. Graveside services will be was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Bradford. In 1941, he moved to Plainville, Conn. where he was employed by the New Britian Machine Company, New Britian, Conn. He returned in 1959 and lived about a year in Lyme before moving to Canaan where he had since made his home. While residing in Canaan, he worked for Split Ball Bearing, lnc., of W. Lebanon. In 1931 in Bradtord, he married Hazel Messier who survives. Besides " wife  . of Canaan, he is survwed by one sister; 'Mrs. Mildred Gonyer of Groveton; two aunts, Mary Kimberly of Bradford and Lillian Fogg of Lowell, Mass.; nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held March 8 at the Hale Funeral Home, Bradford, with Rev. James Boudreau officiating. Entombment is in the Sawyer Tomb, Bradford, pending spring burial in the family lot West Bradford Cemetery. The Hale Funeral Home of Bradford is in charge of arrangements. he ran a gun dealership. He was a 50-year member of the Odd Fellows of Woodsville and a life member of the National Rifle Association of America and the Trap Shooting Association of Vandalia, Ohio. He is survived by his wife, Grace (Goodrich) Green of North Haverhill; one brother, William Green of Mount Holly, and two sisters, Elizabeth Bevins of Riverton and Dorothy Bixby of Ludlow. The funeral service was March 9 at the Ricker Funeral Home, Birch Lane, Wood- sville, with Rev. William sharer officiating. Interment will be at a later date in the Plain Cemetery, Ludlow. Those who wish may make memorial contributions in his name to the Cottage Hospital, Swiftwater Road, Woodsville, N.H. 03785. il SEE THEFINEST IN HOME FURNISHING! 6:00-9:00 pm Wednesday March 25th, with the { Bradford Town Clerk I II I I GREAT VALUE, at both Word's locations NOW ... for limited time onlyl  price cut 54% 60  outstanding VALUE! quoli/"A.A.U." sport shoes in our styles & four color combinatlom Corps volunteer. On relurning to the United conducted in the spring. Slates. she resumed her The Ricker Funeral Home graduate studies at the of Woodsville is in charge of University of California at Los arrangements. Angeles," earning both a master of arts degree in Rep. Kenyon linguistics and a Ph.D. in education, having specialized  to in the teaching of English as a second language. Bradford club At UCLA. she also met and married her husband, Dr. BRAI)FOB, D--The Bradford Norman Gary, and in 1977 Community Clubmet March 2 they bothwenttoEgYplunder for dinner at Oxbow Inn. the auspices of the Fulbright Wayne Kenyon spoke of the program to participate in an fiscal problems in the state English language cultural government. exchange. Upon completion of The club voted to sponsor a t hal program, she was ap- student at Boy's State. It voted poinled to the faculty at the to help support the summer UniversityofCairo. youth program. It voted to Dr. Gary was the author of imve a return engagement of several articles in the Barbershoppers in Sep- professional journals. She and lember. her husband were recently It voted tosponsor the Kid's invited by the New York fishing day again, tosponsora Academy of Sciences to tree planting campaign in deliver a joint paper in Bradford, and helpsell tickets linguislies at  a meeting in al the Connecticut Valley New York City last month. Fair. .' INSIDE- OUTSIDE I FREE ESTIMATESff ! |)-' HUGH H. 0BER  , I 222-4742 B radford t. Woodsv ille Optical Lenses Duplicated /'"L Fashionable Frames (-.x Repairs & Adjustments COME IN AriD SAY "HELLO". Refreshments Will Be Served All Week[ Tuesday, March 10th Thru Saturdav, March 14th. Open: Monday-Thursday, 9:00 A.M. -5:00 P.M. Friday, 9:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. Saturday, 9:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. Located At: . 145 Central Street, Woodsvtlle, N.H. Tel. {603)747-2592 III IIIII II I IIIIIIIII II • 1Ill II ROUTE 10, NO. HAVERHILL, N.H. Tel. (603) 787-'6129 HO s5 . MELITE® XEL liT' CHAIN SAW arO" st_=! guide bar • 8.6 Ibs • easy- g tl°hande • rotects ou a-- _ Safe-T-Tip p y ,,u Your Saw (82-4033) NOMELITE® XEL " 12 CHAIN SAW -"r'coated wrap-around handle bar • chain tension device (a'*°)r. m. '64.95 reg. $59.9 s54" HOMEUTE ® XEL 14" CHAIN SAW • 14" Power Tip Guide bar • 9.9 Ibs • rubber-coated wrap- around handle bar • chain tenslon dewce (82-4035)rl0. $75.95 $65.95 w/CARRY CASE • 14"' power tip guide bar and chain • t.9 cu in (31.1 cc) engine exclusive Twin Trigger  • chromed chain (82.4013) 'reg. S209.95 s139" $70 HOMELITE® SUPER 2 CHAIN SAW SAVE w_/_, $60 " $30 CHAIN SAW ' HOMEUTE® • NOMEUTE® 380 CHAIN SAW 330 16" • 16" guide bar • dual .CHAIN SAW chamber Softone" muffler • 16" power tip and guide • 3.5 cu in engine (57.4 cc) 3.3 cu in engine (53.6 cc ) Oar • automatic and manual • automatic oiling • vibra- • automatic chain oiling tion isolation (82-4019) • solid state ignition chain oiling • compression reg S399,gS release for easy starting (82-4337) T40gged 25 cu in engine-'cc) (82-4016, s339" 70 """ *289" nq. S'zU. 360  , HOMELnE® 330 20" " • 20" guide bar • 20" guide bar -- __ • 249" (u-'o') ,-e Im." $349" (s2-'3sSlmt.SS,.0t *299." HOMEUTE® 12" XL CHAIN SAW esame features as 10" XL $99" • 12" guide bar (82-4011) SAVE $20 m. sin.. Bradford Fire Station East Corinth Fire Station (5:00-9:00 pm Wednesday March 18th, with the Topsharn and Corinth Town Clerks RABIES CLINICS HALE FURNITURE & CARPET ..... BRADFORD, VT ....... - - II II [ ......... March I t, 19St-The Jonrnal Opinion-flags 3 Wilkins Fairlee dies hlRLEE--ttoward P. He is also survived by three 67, died Thursday at grandchildren; a sister. Hitchcock Memorial Margery Thackeray of Malden, Mass., and one was the husband of nephew. Cooke Wilkins of A menmrial service was and the father of held at the Fairtce Federated erly Larson of Candia, Church. and Barbara Dyke of Contributions in his memory may be made to the Shriner's Burns Institute, Blossom Street, Boston, Mass. Drew, Sr. dies ......... ey L. Drew Sr., died March 4 at his home a long illness. Violet Southworth dies at home W. FA1RLEE-- Violet Sumner Southworth, 77, of W. Fairlee died March 9 at her home after a long illness. She was born in Corinth July 17, at the ltanover Terrace Health Care Unit, in ttanover. 1903. She was born in New Bed- On Jan. 1, 1923, she was married to Dewitt Southworth ford, Mass. Sept, 18, 1904, the of W. Fairlee, where they daughter of Damion and Rose lived most of their married Ann (Bourgeois)Cormier. She life. After the death of her attended schools in New husband, Mrs. Southworth Bedford and worked her entire lifetime in the textile industry. resided with her son Wayne In 1925, she married William and grandson d ason. Three of their nine children E. Rose, Sr. who survives. died in infancy. They lived in New Bedford Survivors include five sons, until 1956 when they moved to Sumner J . and Richard of Post Bradford and made their Mills, Howard, Roy E. and home here until the time of her Wayne of W. Fairlee; a death. daughter, Mary Clark of Post She is survived by her Mills; 15 grandchildren, 23 husband William E. Rose, Sr. great-grandchildren; a Alice C. Rose of Bradford; I worked in textile industry BIAI)FOI{D--Alice C. Rose, of Bradford, one son William 76, of Bradford died March 5, E. Rose, Jr. of Bradford; four Obituaries grandchildren; two great i,rl grandchildren; four sisters: Blanche Hall ,,s; Mrs. Emily Jenney of wa area teacher BI{ADFOIH)--Mrs. Blanche Bradford resident for many L. ttall, 91, died March 2 in the years. St. Johnsbury Convalescent Mrs. Hall was a member of Center. Fairhaven, Mass.; Mrs. Juliet Copson of Waltham, Mass.; Mrs. Florence Normand and Mrs. Jeanette Goulart both of New Bedford, Mass.; three brothers, Alcide Cormier of the Plainviile, Conn.; Alfred Born in Newbury, Sept. 3, Cormier of St. Petersburg, 1889, she was daughter of Fla.;ArmandCormierofNew Thomas and Minnie tCar- Bedford, Mass.; one son-in- ponter) White, and attended law Boynton H. ttill of Orford, schools there. N.H. Prior to her retirement, she Funeral services were held taught in schools in Topsham, Sunday at the Hale Funeral Wells River, Groton and Home in Bradford with the Beverly,Mass. Rev. James Boudreau of- She was the widow of Robert ficiating. Entombment will United Presbyterian Church of Spat h Ryegate. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Nellie W. McLam, Groton, and a sister, Marjorie Stearns, S. Ryegate. tier funeral services were held March 5 in the Ricker Funeral lh)me, Birch Lane, W(xlsville. A grandnephew, Rev. James Maclntyre, of- W. ttall, and had been a floated. BABY ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. George Cummings of Wentworth are resident of Bow, the parents of a baby girl, s survived locally by a son, born Feb. 26 at Cottage rank Drew of Woodsville, Hospital. The baby weighed PUneral services will be nine pounds, llounces. y at 10a.m. atthe brother, Lee Sumner of take place in the Sawyer Mortuary, 190 Main , Corinth. tomb, Bradford pending Concord Burial will be at UPONREFI,ECTION Kenneth H. Green, ater dais in Alexander Time to make friends is before Services were held at the W. Fa,r'e ogreaional Bradford p.. burial in the family lot etery Bow ou need them. Sawyer Cemetery Bradford. 'NEW -- Church. __ native dies Donations in her memory N. Haverhill dies may be made to the Bradford F.RVlC]E- USED WOODSVILLE--Kenneth H s!ield May 7, 1904. Ite had FAST Squad c-o Delphine Green, 76, died March 5 at the resided in North Haverhill CAR SALES ....... CAR SALES in Florida o, Bradford, Ft. 05033 Hale Funeral Home of Cottage Hospital in Woodsville since 1939. GAINSVILLE, FLA.-- Mrs. Bradford is in charge of followinga short illness. Until his retirement in 1973 RT. 5&Z5 AT THE LIGHTS 8AM TILL 6PM THURS. TILL 9PM ATTRACTIVE FINANCE & INSURANCE PLAN S500 °0 REBATE ON ALL CHEVETTES AND CITATIONS IN STOCKll 2 NEW CHEVY C--1 0 PICKUPS - " $6000.00 . WE NEED ALL THE USED CARS AND TRUCKS WE CAN GET! USED CARS 1976 Datsun B210 30,000mls 2-DR 4CYL. 4SP. 1978 Plymouth Volare 4-DR 6CYL Automatic Blake Chevrolet Co. Inc. Bradford, Vt. (802) 222-5236 On Homelite" ain Saw King SAVE '1 HOMELITE® 10" XL CHAIN SAW • light, compact and easy to use excellent perform-"' ance for its size and cost • 10,, guicle bar • 1.6 cu in 4  displacement engine (26 2cc) • automatic chain oiling • • S°ftone'= muffler (82-4010) re9 $99.99 Olive K. Sproul, 70, diedat her arrangements. He was born in Weather- home in Gainsville, March 3. She wasborninBradfordMay Stephe M. Cle lad 8, 1910, the daughter of  ve r Charles F. and Alice die VA hospital (Andross) Kenyon.  at She attended schools in Bradford and graduated from BRADFORD--Stephen M. Arline Hutchinson Cleveland Bradford Academy in the Cleveland, 66, died March 4 at of Bradford, two sisters, class of 1927. After her the V. A. Hospital in White nieces andnephews. graduation she attended River Jet. William Godfrey of Ely is in Montpelier Seminary and He was born in St. Albans, charge of private graveside received teachers training for Vt. and was a member of services inthespring. one year before teaching at Bradford American Legion Memorial contributions schools in Post Mills and W. Post and V.F.W. of Wells may be made to cancer Fairlee. She later attended River. research. Castleton College to enroll in Surviving are his wife more advanced courses for teachers training. Ralph E. Dunton She was married to Orland Sproul of Gainsville where she had lived forthe past several yeaCs. She is urvived by her husband Orland of Gainsviile; one sister, Mrs. Ruth Smith of Piermont: two brothers, Charles A. Kenyon and Earle H. Kenyon, both of Bradford. Funeral services will be held in the spring at the family plot in Sawyer Cemetery, Bradford. The Hale Funeral Home of Bradford is in charge of arrangements. Funeral services will be in the spring. of Canaan dies CANAAN--Ralph E. Dunton, for many years. He then 70, of Canaan, died March 5 at worked for some time on the Truax Farm in Bradford. He the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. He was born in Eden, Ft. dan. 21, 1911, the son of George W. and Mabel  Blake) Dunton. He attended schools in Hyde Park and Bradford where he moved at a very early age. Mter his schooling he worked for John Lufkin in his sawmill Judith OImsted Gary dies in auto accidenf They had been in Egypt only a couple of weeks when the accident occurred as she was driving home from the university. In addition to her husband and her father, Mrs. Gary is survived by a brother, Richard W. Olmsted Jr. of Chatham, N.J.: two aunts, Catherine (Laycock) McKennan of Norwich, and Barbara (Olmsted) Smith of Seattle, Wash.; three half brothers, Peter D., a fresh- man at Cornell, James N. and Andrew M. Olmsted, both of Lyme. Funeral services will be held in Cairo. Fred Holkm dies, born in Hungary LYME--Judith (Olmsted) Gary, daughter of Richard W. Olmsted of Lyme, business manager and director of planning emeritus of Dart- mouth College, and the late Helen { Layeock) Oimsted, was fatally injured Wed- nesday in an automobile accident in Cairo, Egypt. Dr. Gary, who for the past four years had been teaching English at the University of Cairo to graduate students Iraining to be teachers of English in Egyptian schools, was also the granddaughter of the late Dartmouth College dean, Craven Laycock. She was born in Hanover July 17, 1941, was educated in Hanover grade schools and Thetfnrd Academy, and was gradualed from the Fryburgs (Maine) Academy in 1958. She received a bac- calaureate degree in 1962 from Corncll University, where she also earned a master of arts degree in education a year later. She spent the next two years in the interior of Nigeria leaching school as a Peace PIERMONT--Fred Hollos, 65, was found dead at his home Friday, March 7. He was born in Budapest, Hungary, and had lived in Piermont for the past two years, formerly living in Haverhill for many years. Graveside services will be was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Bradford. In 1941, he moved to Plainville, Conn. where he was employed by the New Britian Machine Company, New Britian, Conn. He returned in 1959 and lived about a year in Lyme before moving to Canaan where he had since made his home. While residing in Canaan, he worked for Split Ball Bearing, lnc., of W. Lebanon. In 1931 in Bradtord, he married Hazel Messier who survives. Besides " wife  . of Canaan, he is survwed by one sister; 'Mrs. Mildred Gonyer of Groveton; two aunts, Mary Kimberly of Bradford and Lillian Fogg of Lowell, Mass.; nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held March 8 at the Hale Funeral Home, Bradford, with Rev. James Boudreau officiating. Entombment is in the Sawyer Tomb, Bradford, pending spring burial in the family lot West Bradford Cemetery. The Hale Funeral Home of Bradford is in charge of arrangements. he ran a gun dealership. He was a 50-year member of the Odd Fellows of Woodsville and a life member of the National Rifle Association of America and the Trap Shooting Association of Vandalia, Ohio. He is survived by his wife, Grace (Goodrich) Green of North Haverhill; one brother, William Green of Mount Holly, and two sisters, Elizabeth Bevins of Riverton and Dorothy Bixby of Ludlow. The funeral service was March 9 at the Ricker Funeral Home, Birch Lane, Wood- sville, with Rev. William sharer officiating. Interment will be at a later date in the Plain Cemetery, Ludlow. Those who wish may make memorial contributions in his name to the Cottage Hospital, Swiftwater Road, Woodsville, N.H. 03785. il SEE THEFINEST IN HOME FURNISHING! 6:00-9:00 pm Wednesday March 25th, with the { Bradford Town Clerk I II I I GREAT VALUE, at both Word's locations NOW ... for limited time onlyl  price cut 54% 60  outstanding VALUE! quoli/"A.A.U." sport shoes in our styles & four color combinatlom Corps volunteer. On relurning to the United conducted in the spring. Slates. she resumed her The Ricker Funeral Home graduate studies at the of Woodsville is in charge of University of California at Los arrangements. Angeles," earning both a master of arts degree in Rep. Kenyon linguistics and a Ph.D. in education, having specialized  to in the teaching of English as a second language. Bradford club At UCLA. she also met and married her husband, Dr. BRAI)FOB, D--The Bradford Norman Gary, and in 1977 Community Clubmet March 2 they bothwenttoEgYplunder for dinner at Oxbow Inn. the auspices of the Fulbright Wayne Kenyon spoke of the program to participate in an fiscal problems in the state English language cultural government. exchange. Upon completion of The club voted to sponsor a t hal program, she was ap- student at Boy's State. It voted poinled to the faculty at the to help support the summer UniversityofCairo. youth program. It voted to Dr. Gary was the author of imve a return engagement of several articles in the Barbershoppers in Sep- professional journals. She and lember. her husband were recently It voted tosponsor the Kid's invited by the New York fishing day again, tosponsora Academy of Sciences to tree planting campaign in deliver a joint paper in Bradford, and helpsell tickets linguislies at  a meeting in al the Connecticut Valley New York City last month. Fair. .' INSIDE- OUTSIDE I FREE ESTIMATESff ! |)-' HUGH H. 0BER  , I 222-4742 B radford t. Woodsv ille Optical Lenses Duplicated /'"L Fashionable Frames (-.x Repairs & Adjustments COME IN AriD SAY "HELLO". Refreshments Will Be Served All Week[ Tuesday, March 10th Thru Saturdav, March 14th. Open: Monday-Thursday, 9:00 A.M. -5:00 P.M. Friday, 9:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. Saturday, 9:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. Located At: . 145 Central Street, Woodsvtlle, N.H. Tel. {603)747-2592 III IIIII II I IIIIIIIII II • 1Ill II ROUTE 10, NO. HAVERHILL, N.H. Tel. (603) 787-'6129 HO s5 . MELITE® XEL liT' CHAIN SAW arO" st_=! guide bar • 8.6 Ibs • easy- g tl°hande • rotects ou a-- _ Safe-T-Tip p y ,,u Your Saw (82-4033) NOMELITE® XEL " 12 CHAIN SAW -"r'coated wrap-around handle bar • chain tension device (a'*°)r. m. '64.95 reg. $59.9 s54" HOMEUTE ® XEL 14" CHAIN SAW • 14" Power Tip Guide bar • 9.9 Ibs • rubber-coated wrap- around handle bar • chain tenslon dewce (82-4035)rl0. $75.95 $65.95 w/CARRY CASE • 14"' power tip guide bar and chain • t.9 cu in (31.1 cc) engine exclusive Twin Trigger  • chromed chain (82.4013) 'reg. S209.95 s139" $70 HOMELITE® SUPER 2 CHAIN SAW SAVE w_/_, $60 " $30 CHAIN SAW ' HOMEUTE® • NOMEUTE® 380 CHAIN SAW 330 16" • 16" guide bar • dual .CHAIN SAW chamber Softone" muffler • 16" power tip and guide • 3.5 cu in engine (57.4 cc) 3.3 cu in engine (53.6 cc ) Oar • automatic and manual • automatic oiling • vibra- • automatic chain oiling tion isolation (82-4019) • solid state ignition chain oiling • compression reg S399,gS release for easy starting (82-4337) T40gged 25 cu in engine-'cc) (82-4016, s339" 70 """ *289" nq. S'zU. 360  , HOMELnE® 330 20" " • 20" guide bar • 20" guide bar -- __ • 249" (u-'o') ,-e Im." $349" (s2-'3sSlmt.SS,.0t *299." HOMEUTE® 12" XL CHAIN SAW esame features as 10" XL $99" • 12" guide bar (82-4011) SAVE $20 m. sin.. Bradford Fire Station East Corinth Fire Station (5:00-9:00 pm Wednesday March 18th, with the Topsharn and Corinth Town Clerks RABIES CLINICS HALE FURNITURE & CARPET ..... BRADFORD, VT ....... - - II II [ .........