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Page 10.The Journal Opinion-March 24, 1982 Bradford businessmen ! .................................. find new directions ..... + J BRADFORD-- Businessmen Wednesday primarily to from Bradford met at the discuss the future direction of Garden Restaurant++ last the Bradford Businessmen&apos;s Card of Thanks We wish to express our deep gratitude and heartfelt thanks to our friends for all the kind- nesses shown us in our loss of Erma. We truly appreciate the beautiful flowers, the quantities of food, and the kind expressions of love and sympathy given us through visits at our home, the abundance of beautiful cards and messages, and the telephone calls. We send a special thank you to Pat Roberts and Eunice Edmands, also Pat's mother, Mildred Rhodes, for the delicious buffet fur- nished for us and our friends, after the service. God Bless you all William Godfrey Kitty Jesseman FOR EASTER & MIN'$ SPORTCOAT$ BOY's SIZES T00! Woodsvtlle, N.H. St. Johmlbury, Vt. Association. Speaker at the dinner meeting was Christopher G. Barbieri from the Vermont State Chamber of Commerce. He outlined the benefits of an area Chamber of Commerce. Discussion centered around an organization that would focus on all facets of com- munity involvement. The areas mentioned that needed additional attention are the industrial development of the area, tourism, civic interests, as well as the retail trade market. Bruce Stevens, president of the businessmen's group, appointed an "action" committee to report on the implementation of a Chamber of Commerce. The committee consists of Bruce Stevens, Arvid Johnson, Paul Gallerani, Gloria Fox, and hermit Richardson. They met last Monday at the Bradford Academy Building and will report to the Bradford Businessmen's Association at their next regularly scheduled meeting. THETFORD STUDENTS ON ENGLAND TRIP-- The businessmen hope to attract a board spectrum of Front row, left to right, Mike Mann, Matt Barker, interest from the professional Stewart Osgood, Scott Moore, Kevin Steever, Geoff community, the industrialists, Varney. Back row, left to right, Sandy Lightcap, Van the retail merchants, and the Taylor, Sue McKinley, Samantha Bragg, Charlotte civic organizatitms. Wiencke, Diane Robinson, Terry Parker, Kandy Seace, Mr. Bourgeois, Cricket Doyle, Brenda Banker, Paul Gamache, Janna Sargent, Julie Demers, Mrs. Barker, Katharine Wiencke. PHOTO BY JaN FOX Thetford student group leaves for England THETFORD Twenty Boston, for a ten-day study raised over $600 to help meet of the trip are a tour of the QUOTE students of the Thefford tour of England and Scotland. the expenses of the trip. Lake District and the "Learn a new language and Academy Honors Class, with The trip culminates a year's Highlights of the study tour cathedrals at York and get a new soul." their teachers, Mrs. Emily preparation in a course en- are visits to the British Durham. In Scotland, the Czech proverb Barker and Mr. John titled the Wisdom of the West, Museum in London, the group will visit Edinburgh Bourgeois, leave Friday, as well as numerous fund- Houses. of Parliament, Castle and Lake Windermere. March 26, from Logan airport, raising events. The students Westminster Abbey, Windsor The tour is supplemented by Castle, and a performance of lectures and discussions by River meeting "routine" "Macbeth" at Stratford-on- trained guides at the places of Avon. The class will he taken interest. In previous years, over Oxford University and the Honors Class has visited by MARGARETBURKE The sum of $800.00 was suggested that plans he made Kings College, Cambridge. In France andGreece. Reception __ Friends of Bill and Rosa vited to a reception after church, 12:15 P.M., at the East Corinth +:+ 1 Church, to celebrate their 50th i Anniversary. No arrests shots fired in BRADFORD-- An alleged waS argument over a wood deal the incident resulted in a scuffle in which police say at least one shot Following was fired at a location off of the Brook Road in Bradford and a number last Wednesday night at about reports on 6:30 p.m. regarding the Police said Charles Plante which shots Jr., 21, of Bradford received reports on the an injury to the face in the immediately scuffle but could not confirm if was he had been hit by a bullet, have according to a police fired in spokesman in St. Johnsbury. turned out to Conflicting reports say Plante formation. may have been grazed by one The incidenl of the shots fired, referred to by The incident reportedly breach of occurred when Plante and arrests Robert Holly, 25, also of incident were Bradford, went to the Brook week. Road home of Henry St. Police said Martin to discuss a firewood been referred deal. Count3 Holly, who filed the original McKnight. Orford school elects its offers WELLS RIVER-- The annual Wells River village meeting, held Tuesday, March 16, was described as, "pretty routine, with a couple of exceptions," by one village trustee. ape of the exceptions was the election of school director, which required five ballots before the incumbent, Dr. Harry M. Rowe, received a majority of the votes cast. Barbara Stevens, Thomas Dole and Sylvia Lefebvre were the other school board candidates. SALE ON LIVINGROOM SETS 2 pc. Traditional Sofa & Ch w- Tuxedo Arm In Gold by Brent- Reg..=.oo Now_S399 2 pc. Brown Vinyl sofa & Chair by C, ellins. Reg, t785.00 NOW... $499 2 pc. Early American Rust & Blue Floral by Flexsteel. Reg, "'." NOW.. $799 2 pc. Schweegler Early American in Rust Floral Print. Reg. ,,,5.00 NOW_ $799 2 pc. Berkline Brown Vinyl SoFa & Chair with Oak Trim. Reg. ,,0,.. NOW.. $550 m,k,.e ... Color00 Lo+e in Ny,on-Veiv.. Reg. $299 Fiexsteel Traditional Blue Floral Sofa w-Beige Swivel Reg.,,,8.. NOW_ $599 2 pc. Berkline Brown Vinyl. Reg. $999.00 NOW... $699 2 IX:. Pine Arm, Wingedback Soft & Chair w- Rust-Beige-Blue e..t.Reg. NOW..$599 COMPLETE STOCK OF UVINGROOM SETS AT LEAST 15 PER CENT OFF,..  , FURNITURE AND CARPET BRADFORD, VT. 222-57S8 allocated by Wells River voters at the Village meetinge .for recreation, and a three- person recreation committee is to gather ideas on how this fund can best benefit the children and youth of the village. The three volunteer members of the recreation committee were named at the March 17 meeting of the Wells River board of trustees. They are Peggy Locke, Sylvia Lefebvre and Jean Welch, who will meet with the village trustees as they seek suggestions leading to a recreation plan. The village trustees ac- ted an offer from the women's auxiliary of the Lion's Club to plant and maintain flowers in the triangle at Main St. and Rte. 302, "Pearl Gould has done it for many years, and the village expr,,esses a vote of thanks to her, board of trustees chairman David C. Stevens, said at the Wednesday evening meeting. The village will provide a load of dirt for this spring's triangle planting. Road Repairs The trustees discussed a letter from Rep. John Zam- pieri concerning money coming from the state for the repair of parts of Rte. 302. The board will request the chief state road engineer to inspect Rte. 302 before an attempt is made to repair it. Earlier in the meeting, figures concerning roads in the village were finalized for for the annual "Green-Up Day," possibly involving the newly formed recreation committee. Joe Provost reported on equipment and materials used in maintaining village roads, and on two manholes that have risen out of the street creating driving hazards. Repairing them must wait until spring. The board authorized two payments on the sewer project: $26,300.00 to con- tractor Ralph Goodrich of S. Burlington and $1,000.00 to the engineering firm of Whitman & Howard, Wellsley, Mass. HAVERHILL COURT REPORT the north of England, features Risin00 costs mean 00oing over on Groton line item by MARGARET BURKE forrestry project on town land GROTON-- The board of bordering LakeGroton. WOODSVILLE-- Justice Karl T. Bruckner presided over one case in the Friday, March 19, session of Haverhill District Cocrt. Ellen Houston, 31, Bath, was charged with allowing a dog to be in close pursuit of a deer. She pleaded guilty, was found guilty and fined $100.00 and a W rth penalty assessment of $10.00. entwo Ill r Ladies " election KNEE SOCKS returns 75% WOOL- Dav/s edges out 25% NYLON Johnson in selectmen of the Town of Groton met Tuesday, March 16, and reluctantly faced the task of authorizing an ex- penditure that's $100.00 in excess of the amount budgeted for that line item. That action was the result of a letter from the State Cooperative Extension Ser- vice informing the town government that its share of extension service costs had risen from $706.00 (the budgeted amount), to $809.00. The board of select- men--Michael O. Blair, Mary E. Grant, who recently took over as the board's chair- person from Blair, and Fred L. Britain-- dealt with a variety of matters at the Tuesday evening meeting, and took the following actions. Permission was granted for the boy scout troop led by Wayne Knott to conduct a Selectman Blair will reply to a letter from Rp. John Zampieri concerning im- provements to Rte= 302 within the town. Figures in the Town's report to the state department of highways were reviewed. The report will be "used by the department to help determine the amount of aid for highway maintenance due Grotou. Oil prices o local dealers were compared. The reappraisal contract has been reviewed by the board of listers. The purchase of a new tire for the backhoe was approved. the annual report to the state + highway department that will | WIGWAM 414t17 | help determine financial aid from the state for road maintenance. Trustee Lionel L. Lasseigne GYM & selectman recount ORFORD-- The Orford School Regular 1 Board met last week for its The first meeting since the town's reported to annual school meeting where upon or two new school directors were week's meeting: elected to the school board. -- The board At last week's school board state science meeting, the school board department elected David Bischoff to recommendation serve as chairman and Timothy Dyke to serve as vice box for chairman on the board, in the school's Glyneta Thomson was elected to purchase by the board as secretary. New vice chairman Dyke containers. and Betty Messer were -- The board elected to the board at this plan by science year's school meeting Sommers defeating incumbent mem- to purchase a bets Robb Thomson and for the school. Katherine Baker. -- The board After the school board from the elected its officers, they regarding settled down to their regular an odor to the business at hand -- starting drinking water. their 1982 year. have been results WENTWORTH-- Wentworth Village elections this year had a slight change of pace when a four-vote count separated TREATMENT PLANT EXPLANATION-- Commissioner updates information on the treatment plant at the Woedsviile Meeting held last week at the Community Building. (l'r) ar 1 Ezra Mann and Commissioners Conrad Fournier and Steven Davis and Michael ' ATHLETIC Johnson in their bid for the Woodsville precinct annual+ selectman's space vacated by - - SHORTS Harold Brown. Johnson requested a recount WOODSVILLE-- The $10,000 to the Woodsville Water and ,1;< $a25 which was taken this week Woodsville Fire District held District for expm., missioners o 4 with officers and observers their annual meeting last Budget Matters toward thisax present. The result was the Tuesday, March 16 at the Also at the meeting, voters After voterS B[ue-Greefl-White same and Davis is now Community Building. approved a budget Of $107,670 matter, they selectman serving with The meeting started compared with last year's article that Au & Children promptly at 7:30 p.m. and budget of $118,-86 , -- a commissioners. Lorraine Gove and Raymond dlts Uutchins. ended about 8:30 p.m. as decrease of about S.S percent. $90,000 from .tl ATHLETIC The other town officers now reelected Moderator Ezra B. According to the corn- pay bills on W< sworn in and bonded are: Mann channeled the 17 at- missioner's budget report, sewage treatm GYM SHORTS Arthur Morrison, Moderator; ticles on the warrant with $49,123.90 of the precinct's commissionerS Juanita Farnsworth, Town expediency, budget will have to be raised was set to ; 50% POLY--: Clerk; Elva Muzzey, Tax Approximately 60 residents in taxes, although the gift of precinct for a P, RAY Collector; Mildred DeCotis, attended the meeting. Those $10,000 from the Woodsville these expenseS. ...... 500 C0'0N Treasurer; Robert Blodgett, reelected to office unopposed $ 4 Road Agent; Clinton Hut- were: Marilyn Brunell, clerk; $ 50 chins, Chief of Police and Fire C. Thomas Chase, treasurer; Commissioner; Arthur Wilfred Brunelle, auditor;  Morrison, Health Officer; Winifred Moran, library  Men's Emil Von Arx, Town Trustee; trustee; Conrad Fournier, ' //., COLORED Pauline Stiles, Town Trustee; commissionerforthreeyears; l,,,;lll-"N //// Loretta Muzzey, Trustee; William G. Cowell, com- [[ 1' +.x///_...-- -- roll I   -+:==+ I  Low Prices. ] SWEATSHIRTS Ruth Von Arx, Isabel Cam- missioner for one year; and [  . pbell and Maurice Muzzey, Arnold Blood, member of the [I ",''.;;",:":..1. ' '" --- _#  r,- W" " | !  SRO0 ! Library Trustees; Fred recreation committee. II .__-A,%',','/ 1 ] . i . .......... ,, + i [, We =II Help You Des,gn the l "--T[-__ --a__--,-- / ']+ ]tt[-- O: Kitchen You Want at a Price |  Williams, Dog Constable. The only contest was for a* ]LipPr"q:q,',,/?7/ |  y ], ! I (i that You Can Afford. Leroy DeCotis, Beatrice commissioner position on the I 1;*+,"'q  I li ]t Before You Buy, See the DeCotis, (pro tern) are secret ballot, Donald Harry _ .., , _ .... i  : Hutchins and Mildred water and light board. By Z *-,  ill | . [?;'' , [1 4 Friendly People at Johnson's | supervisors of the checklist, polled 31 votes to C. Lincoln ,m, *'.." ,, if, I t++ i' +[` ' for a Comp.,+.o,. t co.m I Lionel Gordon and Ann Butson's 20 votes. Atotalof53  JILl I +J LT++-++.. / i' J If+ L. Make ,el Difference, and It II (Lorraine) Murphy are ballots were cast with two  --------" , I 7 f+  Doesnt Cost a Cent to Com- | auditors, being directed to other per- .,,s 1 -=:+ / ]  [ '1 + pare! ]  Richard Gowen is chairman sons.. . THE COUPON CLIPP of the conservation corn- The voters aumorized the I NSON S00NTER ] storeHoursiMon..Sat. The Planning Board, headed ticipationoftaxes. Theywere .,v,x.. l0000Iroll ' , pick-up store, mission with Robert Mtmzey commissioners to issue in- nwn$ kl+slz savlng$ and Roy Ames as members, terest bearing notes in an- ---- 9:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. by Bob Muzzey consists of also authorized to accept any . """ ........ Fri. l'il 8:00 P.M. Wayne DeCotis, Terry state and federal aid that the Inllrn.ll | ' . ROUTE 12-A, WEST LEBANON -- 298-5778 + | Bradford,Rbert W,vt,Nutting05033 DeCotis, Donald Campbell District may be entitled to. pv,.- ..... + HOURS: 7 a.m.-7 p.m, Men. Ibm Tlmrs. 7 a.m.-q p.m. Frt, 7 a,m.-5 p.m. Sol. l [ .... (802) 222 7535 /' (exofficio) Eugene Page and The Water and Light !_- ............ ..............  ; ...........  i i WilfredTatham. Department turned over +i+ ; ; Page 10.The Journal Opinion-March 24, 1982 Bradford businessmen ! .................................. find new directions ..... + J BRADFORD-- Businessmen Wednesday primarily to from Bradford met at the discuss the future direction of Garden Restaurant++ last the Bradford Businessmen's Card of Thanks We wish to express our deep gratitude and heartfelt thanks to our friends for all the kind- nesses shown us in our loss of Erma. We truly appreciate the beautiful flowers, the quantities of food, and the kind expressions of love and sympathy given us through visits at our home, the abundance of beautiful cards and messages, and the telephone calls. We send a special thank you to Pat Roberts and Eunice Edmands, also Pat's mother, Mildred Rhodes, for the delicious buffet fur- nished for us and our friends, after the service. God Bless you all William Godfrey Kitty Jesseman FOR EASTER & MIN'$ SPORTCOAT$ BOY's SIZES T00! Woodsvtlle, N.H. St. Johmlbury, Vt. Association. Speaker at the dinner meeting was Christopher G. Barbieri from the Vermont State Chamber of Commerce. He outlined the benefits of an area Chamber of Commerce. Discussion centered around an organization that would focus on all facets of com- munity involvement. The areas mentioned that needed additional attention are the industrial development of the area, tourism, civic interests, as well as the retail trade market. Bruce Stevens, president of the businessmen's group, appointed an "action" committee to report on the implementation of a Chamber of Commerce. The committee consists of Bruce Stevens, Arvid Johnson, Paul Gallerani, Gloria Fox, and hermit Richardson. They met last Monday at the Bradford Academy Building and will report to the Bradford Businessmen's Association at their next regularly scheduled meeting. THETFORD STUDENTS ON ENGLAND TRIP-- The businessmen hope to attract a board spectrum of Front row, left to right, Mike Mann, Matt Barker, interest from the professional Stewart Osgood, Scott Moore, Kevin Steever, Geoff community, the industrialists, Varney. Back row, left to right, Sandy Lightcap, Van the retail merchants, and the Taylor, Sue McKinley, Samantha Bragg, Charlotte civic organizatitms. Wiencke, Diane Robinson, Terry Parker, Kandy Seace, Mr. Bourgeois, Cricket Doyle, Brenda Banker, Paul Gamache, Janna Sargent, Julie Demers, Mrs. Barker, Katharine Wiencke. PHOTO BY JaN FOX Thetford student group leaves for England THETFORD Twenty Boston, for a ten-day study raised over $600 to help meet of the trip are a tour of the QUOTE students of the Thefford tour of England and Scotland. the expenses of the trip. Lake District and the "Learn a new language and Academy Honors Class, with The trip culminates a year's Highlights of the study tour cathedrals at York and get a new soul." their teachers, Mrs. Emily preparation in a course en- are visits to the British Durham. In Scotland, the Czech proverb Barker and Mr. John titled the Wisdom of the West, Museum in London, the group will visit Edinburgh Bourgeois, leave Friday, as well as numerous fund- Houses. of Parliament, Castle and Lake Windermere. March 26, from Logan airport, raising events. The students Westminster Abbey, Windsor The tour is supplemented by Castle, and a performance of lectures and discussions by River meeting "routine" "Macbeth" at Stratford-on- trained guides at the places of Avon. The class will he taken interest. In previous years, over Oxford University and the Honors Class has visited by MARGARETBURKE The sum of $800.00 was suggested that plans he made Kings College, Cambridge. In France andGreece. Reception __ Friends of Bill and Rosa vited to a reception after church, 12:15 P.M., at the East Corinth +:+ 1 Church, to celebrate their 50th i Anniversary. No arrests shots fired in BRADFORD-- An alleged waS argument over a wood deal the incident resulted in a scuffle in which police say at least one shot Following was fired at a location off of the Brook Road in Bradford and a number last Wednesday night at about reports on 6:30 p.m. regarding the Police said Charles Plante which shots Jr., 21, of Bradford received reports on the an injury to the face in the immediately scuffle but could not confirm if was he had been hit by a bullet, have according to a police fired in spokesman in St. Johnsbury. turned out to Conflicting reports say Plante formation. may have been grazed by one The incidenl of the shots fired, referred to by The incident reportedly breach of occurred when Plante and arrests Robert Holly, 25, also of incident were Bradford, went to the Brook week. Road home of Henry St. Police said Martin to discuss a firewood been referred deal. Count3 Holly, who filed the original McKnight. Orford school elects its offers WELLS RIVER-- The annual Wells River village meeting, held Tuesday, March 16, was described as, "pretty routine, with a couple of exceptions," by one village trustee. ape of the exceptions was the election of school director, which required five ballots before the incumbent, Dr. Harry M. Rowe, received a majority of the votes cast. Barbara Stevens, Thomas Dole and Sylvia Lefebvre were the other school board candidates. SALE ON LIVINGROOM SETS 2 pc. Traditional Sofa & Ch w- Tuxedo Arm In Gold by Brent- Reg..=.oo Now_S399 2 pc. Brown Vinyl sofa & Chair by C, ellins. Reg, t785.00 NOW... $499 2 pc. Early American Rust & Blue Floral by Flexsteel. Reg, "'." NOW.. $799 2 pc. Schweegler Early American in Rust Floral Print. Reg. ,,,5.00 NOW_ $799 2 pc. Berkline Brown Vinyl SoFa & Chair with Oak Trim. Reg. ,,0,.. NOW.. $550 m,k,.e ... Color00 Lo+e in Ny,on-Veiv.. Reg. $299 Fiexsteel Traditional Blue Floral Sofa w-Beige Swivel Reg.,,,8.. NOW_ $599 2 pc. Berkline Brown Vinyl. Reg. $999.00 NOW... $699 2 IX:. Pine Arm, Wingedback Soft & Chair w- Rust-Beige-Blue e..t.Reg. NOW..$599 COMPLETE STOCK OF UVINGROOM SETS AT LEAST 15 PER CENT OFF,..  , FURNITURE AND CARPET BRADFORD, VT. 222-57S8 allocated by Wells River voters at the Village meetinge .for recreation, and a three- person recreation committee is to gather ideas on how this fund can best benefit the children and youth of the village. The three volunteer members of the recreation committee were named at the March 17 meeting of the Wells River board of trustees. They are Peggy Locke, Sylvia Lefebvre and Jean Welch, who will meet with the village trustees as they seek suggestions leading to a recreation plan. The village trustees ac- ted an offer from the women's auxiliary of the Lion's Club to plant and maintain flowers in the triangle at Main St. and Rte. 302, "Pearl Gould has done it for many years, and the village expr,,esses a vote of thanks to her, board of trustees chairman David C. Stevens, said at the Wednesday evening meeting. The village will provide a load of dirt for this spring's triangle planting. Road Repairs The trustees discussed a letter from Rep. John Zam- pieri concerning money coming from the state for the repair of parts of Rte. 302. The board will request the chief state road engineer to inspect Rte. 302 before an attempt is made to repair it. Earlier in the meeting, figures concerning roads in the village were finalized for for the annual "Green-Up Day," possibly involving the newly formed recreation committee. Joe Provost reported on equipment and materials used in maintaining village roads, and on two manholes that have risen out of the street creating driving hazards. Repairing them must wait until spring. The board authorized two payments on the sewer project: $26,300.00 to con- tractor Ralph Goodrich of S. Burlington and $1,000.00 to the engineering firm of Whitman & Howard, Wellsley, Mass. HAVERHILL COURT REPORT the north of England, features Risin00 costs mean 00oing over on Groton line item by MARGARET BURKE forrestry project on town land GROTON-- The board of bordering LakeGroton. WOODSVILLE-- Justice Karl T. Bruckner presided over one case in the Friday, March 19, session of Haverhill District Cocrt. Ellen Houston, 31, Bath, was charged with allowing a dog to be in close pursuit of a deer. She pleaded guilty, was found guilty and fined $100.00 and a W rth penalty assessment of $10.00. entwo Ill r Ladies " election KNEE SOCKS returns 75% WOOL- Dav/s edges out 25% NYLON Johnson in selectmen of the Town of Groton met Tuesday, March 16, and reluctantly faced the task of authorizing an ex- penditure that's $100.00 in excess of the amount budgeted for that line item. That action was the result of a letter from the State Cooperative Extension Ser- vice informing the town government that its share of extension service costs had risen from $706.00 (the budgeted amount), to $809.00. The board of select- men--Michael O. Blair, Mary E. Grant, who recently took over as the board's chair- person from Blair, and Fred L. Britain-- dealt with a variety of matters at the Tuesday evening meeting, and took the following actions. Permission was granted for the boy scout troop led by Wayne Knott to conduct a Selectman Blair will reply to a letter from Rp. John Zampieri concerning im- provements to Rte= 302 within the town. Figures in the Town's report to the state department of highways were reviewed. The report will be "used by the department to help determine the amount of aid for highway maintenance due Grotou. Oil prices o local dealers were compared. The reappraisal contract has been reviewed by the board of listers. The purchase of a new tire for the backhoe was approved. the annual report to the state + highway department that will | WIGWAM 414t17 | help determine financial aid from the state for road maintenance. Trustee Lionel L. Lasseigne GYM & selectman recount ORFORD-- The Orford School Regular 1 Board met last week for its The first meeting since the town's reported to annual school meeting where upon or two new school directors were week's meeting: elected to the school board. -- The board At last week's school board state science meeting, the school board department elected David Bischoff to recommendation serve as chairman and Timothy Dyke to serve as vice box for chairman on the board, in the school's Glyneta Thomson was elected to purchase by the board as secretary. New vice chairman Dyke containers. and Betty Messer were -- The board elected to the board at this plan by science year's school meeting Sommers defeating incumbent mem- to purchase a bets Robb Thomson and for the school. Katherine Baker. -- The board After the school board from the elected its officers, they regarding settled down to their regular an odor to the business at hand -- starting drinking water. their 1982 year. have been results WENTWORTH-- Wentworth Village elections this year had a slight change of pace when a four-vote count separated TREATMENT PLANT EXPLANATION-- Commissioner updates information on the treatment plant at the Woedsviile Meeting held last week at the Community Building. (l'r) ar 1 Ezra Mann and Commissioners Conrad Fournier and Steven Davis and Michael ' ATHLETIC Johnson in their bid for the Woodsville precinct annual+ selectman's space vacated by - - SHORTS Harold Brown. Johnson requested a recount WOODSVILLE-- The $10,000 to the Woodsville Water and ,1;< $a25 which was taken this week Woodsville Fire District held District for expm., missioners o 4 with officers and observers their annual meeting last Budget Matters toward thisax present. The result was the Tuesday, March 16 at the Also at the meeting, voters After voterS B[ue-Greefl-White same and Davis is now Community Building. approved a budget Of $107,670 matter, they selectman serving with The meeting started compared with last year's article that Au & Children promptly at 7:30 p.m. and budget of $118,-86 , -- a commissioners. Lorraine Gove and Raymond dlts Uutchins. ended about 8:30 p.m. as decrease of about S.S percent. $90,000 from .tl ATHLETIC The other town officers now reelected Moderator Ezra B. According to the corn- pay bills on W< sworn in and bonded are: Mann channeled the 17 at- missioner's budget report, sewage treatm GYM SHORTS Arthur Morrison, Moderator; ticles on the warrant with $49,123.90 of the precinct's commissionerS Juanita Farnsworth, Town expediency, budget will have to be raised was set to ; 50% POLY--: Clerk; Elva Muzzey, Tax Approximately 60 residents in taxes, although the gift of precinct for a P, RAY Collector; Mildred DeCotis, attended the meeting. Those $10,000 from the Woodsville these expenseS. ...... 500 C0'0N Treasurer; Robert Blodgett, reelected to office unopposed $ 4 Road Agent; Clinton Hut- were: Marilyn Brunell, clerk; $ 50 chins, Chief of Police and Fire C. Thomas Chase, treasurer; Commissioner; Arthur Wilfred Brunelle, auditor;  Morrison, Health Officer; Winifred Moran, library  Men's Emil Von Arx, Town Trustee; trustee; Conrad Fournier, ' //., COLORED Pauline Stiles, Town Trustee; commissionerforthreeyears; l,,,;lll-"N //// Loretta Muzzey, Trustee; William G. Cowell, com- [[ 1' +.x///_...-- -- roll I   -+:==+ I  Low Prices. ] SWEATSHIRTS Ruth Von Arx, Isabel Cam- missioner for one year; and [  . pbell and Maurice Muzzey, Arnold Blood, member of the [I ",''.;;",:":..1. ' '" --- _#  r,- W" " | !  SRO0 ! Library Trustees; Fred recreation committee. II .__-A,%',','/ 1 ] . i . .......... ,, + i [, We =II Help You Des,gn the l "--T[-__ --a__--,-- / ']+ ]tt[-- O: Kitchen You Want at a Price |  Williams, Dog Constable. The only contest was for a* ]LipPr"q:q,',,/?7/ |  y ], ! I (i that You Can Afford. Leroy DeCotis, Beatrice commissioner position on the I 1;*+,"'q  I li ]t Before You Buy, See the DeCotis, (pro tern) are secret ballot, Donald Harry _ .., , _ .... i  : Hutchins and Mildred water and light board. By Z *-,  ill | . [?;'' , [1 4 Friendly People at Johnson's | supervisors of the checklist, polled 31 votes to C. Lincoln ,m, *'.." ,, if, I t++ i' +[` ' for a Comp.,+.o,. t co.m I Lionel Gordon and Ann Butson's 20 votes. Atotalof53  JILl I +J LT++-++.. / i' J If+ L. Make ,el Difference, and It II (Lorraine) Murphy are ballots were cast with two  --------" , I 7 f+  Doesnt Cost a Cent to Com- | auditors, being directed to other per- .,,s 1 -=:+ / ]  [ '1 + pare! ]  Richard Gowen is chairman sons.. . THE COUPON CLIPP of the conservation corn- The voters aumorized the I NSON S00NTER ] storeHoursiMon..Sat. The Planning Board, headed ticipationoftaxes. Theywere .,v,x.. l0000Iroll ' , pick-up store, mission with Robert Mtmzey commissioners to issue in- nwn$ kl+slz savlng$ and Roy Ames as members, terest bearing notes in an- ---- 9:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. by Bob Muzzey consists of also authorized to accept any . """ ........ Fri. l'il 8:00 P.M. Wayne DeCotis, Terry state and federal aid that the Inllrn.ll | ' . ROUTE 12-A, WEST LEBANON -- 298-5778 + | Bradford,Rbert W,vt,Nutting05033 DeCotis, Donald Campbell District may be entitled to. pv,.- ..... + HOURS: 7 a.m.-7 p.m, Men. Ibm Tlmrs. 7 a.m.-q p.m. Frt, 7 a,m.-5 p.m. Sol. l [ .... (802) 222 7535 /' (exofficio) Eugene Page and The Water and Light !_- ............ ..............  ; ...........  i i WilfredTatham. Department turned over +i+ ; ;