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May 20, 1981-e Journal Opinion-Page 7 Obituaries Garage Sales" G. L. Hebb bury dies Garnett L. president, vice president and 83, a lifetime treasurer. died May 12 in Besides her husband, she Memorial leaves two sons, Guy A. Hebb, following a Orford, and Garnett J. Hebb, Newbury; a daughter, Mrs. Oct. 22, James (Marjorie) Deming, Newbury; seven grand- Howland children and six great- graduate of grandchildren. Her funeral service were au'riedtoGarnett held Friday in the First Congregational Church. The included Rev. John Marsh and Richard ational Monroe officiated. was a 20-year Burial was in the Town of the Newbury House Cemetery in W Club of Newbury. had served as PAINTING INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR Will do Odd Job's PAUL HODGE BRADFORD, VT. 802-222-5535 HOUR EMERGENCY .. _.. MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE County Mental Health FREE 1-800-622.4244 TAYLOR-PALMER AGENCY, INC. ) o,,;e,00,.INSURANCE SERVICE since 188# A&W ARTESIAN WELL CO. since 1930 N.N. 1405t-00112 rym hfbmm Christine F. C00pman Mary Henderson of Newbury dies di "  " NEWBURY--Mrs. Mary A. wedding anniversary later Lake Worth, Fla.; 19 gran- es m rennsylvanla Henderson, 95, died May 12 in thisyear, dchiltren; three great- mCh 'r!stine Fatherley Chip- Until their removal last Cottage Hospital. She had Besides her husband, she grandchildren, nieces and loa; OlneT:y 13, 81 aftera year to Pennswood Village, a been a resident here 75 years, leaves a son, George n. nephews. .,.. .. . at ennswooa retirement community, Dr. Born in Boltonville, Feb. 3, Henderson, Newbury; five Her funeral service was Vllage:jew.mwn, ra. wnere and Mrs. Chipman maintained 1886, she was daughter of daughters, Jean Richardson, held May 14 in the Ricker Edwin R. and Ida (Morse) North Haverhill; Hazel Funeral Home, Birch Lane, eSlaeU wntn her nusnano, a country home in Bradford, Abbott. Downing, Lunenburg; Woodsville. Rev. Joseph Dr. Sidney S. Chipman who where Mrs. Chipman was She was married to Knox Patricia "Babe" Renfrew and RinaidiofNewburyofficiated. practiced pediatrics for many years in the 19305 and 19405 in Norwalk, Conn. Mrs. Chapman was born May 23, 1904 in Brooklyn, N.Y. where her father, The Rev. WiUaim E. Fatherley was pastor of the Vanderveer Park M.E. Church. Her mother, Edna R. Fatherley, a longtime resident of Darien, Conn. was descended from an old New England family, making Mrs. Chipman an eleventh descendant of John and active in church and corn- Henderson. The couple would Margaret Smith, both of munity affairs. Mrs. Chipman spent her have observed their 75th Newbury, and Jo Forcucci, girlhood on a farm in Pleasant Valley; N.Y., attended Oak- wood School, Poughkeepsie, New York and Drake Business in I.uisiana and Chapel Hill, N.C., where Dr. Chipman was on the faculty of the graduate medical school at The University of North Carolina. Priscilla Alden. Robert E. Fatherley, Darien, Following World War II, Conn.; 6 grandchildren and 2 Mrs. Chipman and Dr. great grandchildren. Chipman, who survives, lived Memorial contributions College in New Jersey. Surviving, in addition to her husband, Dr. S.S. Chipman, are two sons, Dr. Robert K. Chipman, Bradford; David R. Chipman, Newtown, Conn.; a daughter, Wendy Chipman, Chapel Hill, N.C.; a brother, may be sent to Oakwood School, Poughkeepsie, New York 12601 in care of "The Oakwood Fund Challenge 198081." Dr. Lyle Behrends, Wells River, dies WELLS RIVER--Dr. Lyle R. Pharmacists Mate. He Behrends, 64, died May 15 at married Viola Johnson in his residence in Wells River. Minneapolis, Minn., August He was born June 10, 1916, at 18, 1950, and she survives him Hersman, Ill., the son of Leo in Wells River. andMarie (Bowen) Behrends. A daughter, Mrs. Kristi Lenore Flanders of Wolcott, a granddaughter and his mother, Darie Dillon of Illinois, also survive. Funeral services were held at the Racker Funeral Home, Birch Lane, Woodsville. Rev. Pattee officiated. Burial was in Hyde Park. Memorial donations in his memory may be made to the Salvation Army, c-o Hazen Wilson, National Bank of Newbury,. Wells River, Vt. 05081. Dr. Behrends graduated from Palmer School of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa and the National Chiropractic College in Chicago, Ill. He established his practice ! in Wells River, Vt. in 1953 and retired there in 1976. During this time, he served three years as Newbury Health Officer and as Chairman of the Newbury Democratic Party. He served in the U. S. Navy during World War II as a Hazel C. Bai/ey, ifells River, dies WELLS RIVER--Mrs. Hazel Church. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Barbara Handy of Scituate, Mass.; a sister, Mrs. Alice Martin of Swanton and four grand- children. Funeral services were held May 18 at the Wells River Congregational Church with Rev. Arthur Cheney of- ficiating. Burial followed at the Wells River Cemetery. Memorial ContributiOns in her memory may be made to the Wells River Congregational Church of Wells River, Vt. 05081. The Ricker Funeral Home, Birch Lane, Woedsville, N. H. was in charge of arrangements. June Liberty of Lisbon dies C. Bailey, 84, died May 15 at St. Johnsbury Hospital. Mrs. Bailey was born in Concord, Vt., March 19, 1897, and had been a resident of Wells River for 50 years, where she worked at W. B. Clark store in Wells River. She was a member of Corinthian Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star and the Wells River Congregational AUCTION LISBON--E. Violet "June" Liberty of 185 Main St., died unexpectedly May 6 at Lit- tleton Hospital. Born in Middlebury, she was the wife of Normand P. Liberty, owner of the Lisbon Shoe Company who was killed in a hunting accident in 1973. She was graduated from Farmington High School and Bryant and Stratton Business College. Mrs. Liberty was past president and member of the Farmington Womens Club past president of Friends in You'll be in Council Womens Club, a volunteer service worker in the Littleton Hospital for great shape many years, and a member of the United Church of Christ, Lisbon and the Dorcas Society ith the weekly pair! of the church. W Family members include two daughters, Mrs. Sara Weymouth of Lisbon and Mrs. Sandra J. Wilcox of b0? .p Wakefield, Mass. ; four . n't beat our Journal 0vinion and Second Opinion. grandchildren, Timothy P. Zanes and Katherine A. e.,_'mPle Ike different thin s a d we offer something for g Aldrich of Lisbon, Michael y,rne in the family.., for the housewife to start her and Susan Wilcox of ' for thp. working Wakefield, Mass.; one s -man to relax with after a nephew, Jeffrey Howard of I Littleton. "" flay at the office. The funeral was held May 9 , :jr !ne at the United Church of Christ. c_0.n .venience of home delivery subscribe to.the Burial followed in Grove Hill .,Jqia'J .lt .1 upmlon and get the Second Opinion as a Donus. Cemetery. Memorial donations may be .I V(III0f I made to the Lisbon FAST ' 0[" --- t and N mplir0 Squad in care of Willard ] 'f0' n Bromage, treasurer, Lisbon, N.H. 03585, or Friends in :7.{ rates .. Council Womens Club, in care of Donna Washburn, Lisbon, JOurnal i Opinion N.H. 03585. The Pillsbury Funeral Home was in charge BOX 378 BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 ofarrangements____.__. E. HAVERHILL--Graveside services for Mrs. Theda Brigham will be held Friday at 11:00 a.m. at the No. 6 Cemetery in East Haverhill, N.H. The Rev. Ruth Williamson and Rev. Dorothy Sprague will officiate. MACHINERY AUCTION At Blair's Trailer Park Lyndonville, Vermont THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1981 STARTING AT 7 o'clock sharp Selling Tractor Equipment and Trucks AUCTIONEERS R & D Lussier, Lyndonville Herbert Gray, East Thetford 2-DAY SALE!!! 9-5 Saturday.Sunday, May 23.24 Large boys' camp is closing. Will sell all: Water- front; office, kitchen, maintenance, plumbing, housekeeping, infirmary, camping, land sports equipment. Such as Grumman canoes; Sunfish sailboats; floatable swimming and boating docks; snorkeling equipment; life jackets; paddles; Xerox photocopier; Pitney Bowes postage meter; Gestetner mimeo machine; Gestetner electric stencil; desks; file cabinets; audio-visual equipment; commercial range, ovens, steam kettle, double pot sink, new walk-in refrigerator; kitchen and dining room pots, pans, dishes and utensils; tractor-mower; tools; fire ex- tinguishers; hot-water heaters; sinks; toilets; beds, blankets, sheets, pillows, towels; furniture; retrigettors,told-chairs, medical supplies and equipment, tents, rock-climbing gear; camping stoves, caiiher'rget rifles; archery, baseball, basketball, s6eeer, street hockey, tennis and badminton equip. ment, trampoline, arts & crafts, photography equipment, books, games, and more. From 1-91, take exit 14 (Rt. 113) west 6 miles to Post Mills; go right on Route 244. Look for signs. RAIN OR SHINE!! CAMP PASSUMPSlC, WEST FAIRLEE, YT. IIIIIIIII I AUCTION We have been commissioned to sell 2 farms, stock & tools of Stanley Bills, we will sell same at his farms, located 3 miles from Saxtons River, Vt. on Route 121. Watch for Auction signs. SATURDAY--MAY 30 STARTING AT 9:30 A.M. (AT THE FORMER KELTON FARM) 116 HEAD HOLSTEINS Consisting of: 70 cows of which 8 are springers, 7 fresh and the majority of these cows are milking now & bred back for fall, 25 Choice first calf heifers due in July or August. 30 yearlings & started calves. 1 Big Hol. bull. FARM MACHINERY A.C.175 diesel tractor, M.F. 65 with loader, M.F. 35 tractor, M.F. 135 tractor, Ford tractor with bucket, Super C tractor, Heston PT 7, 2- M.F. 12 balers, 3- PrO spreaders, PTO generator, 3 Pt. hitch corn chopper, 2 row J.D. planter, Chev. van truck with dump body, scoot, grain carts, new metal silo, trailer, PTO post hole digger, Surge milkers, welder, plus the small tools. Harrows - Plows - Mack dump truck. Approx. 5000 bales of hay (AS SOON AS WE ARE DONE SELLING AT THIS FARM, WE WILL GO TO THE FORMER COLBURN FARM, 1 MILE AWAY AND SELL THE FOLLOWING) 47 HEAD HOLSTEINS Consisting of: 6 fresh, 7 springers, balance of cows milking and due this fall. 1 bull. All cattle T.B., Blood tested and checked for pregnancy before time of sale. Some of these cows in both herds are milking in the high 80's. REAL ESTATE 1 - 125 acre farm with good house, barn ties 80 head, 1000 gal. bulk tank, 3 silos'. 2 - 10 acres with mobile home. 3 - 300 acres of woodland on mountains. 4 - 7 room house with 60 acres of open & wood land. 5-160 acres, house, barn, & 2 silos. 6 - Beautiful cottage, garage on I acre lot. Real Estate will be for sale at anytime before Auction by contacting: Rebecca Gray, Broker or Stanley Bills, Owner 802-785-4348 . - 802-365-7952 Real Estate will be offered for sale if not sold prior to Auction. Right is reserved to reject any bids on Real Estate. 15 per cent down on Real Estate, balance within 15 days. Terms cash or good check Lunch on grounds AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC., East Thetford, Vt. 802-785-4348 or 785-2161 ROGER LUSSIER, Lyndonviile, Vt. 802-626-5448 This is only a partial list of what there is to sell. George Lund funeral held YARD SALE.-- Fairlee -- multi-family yard sale, NEWBURY--Funeral ser- chil4t'ep's clothes, toys, bikes, vices for Georgia Lund, 83, furniture, miscellaneous were held May 13 at the building material, hardware, Newbury Congregational & other treasures. Saturday, Church with the Rev. Stone May 23 at 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 officiating. Burial was in the P.M. Opposite Lake Morey Newbury Cemetery. Public Beach. It---5-20--- Memorial contributions Burial was in the Boltonville may be made to the Tenney Cemetery. Former Bradford man is killed CANDBY, ORE.--Philip H. Parmelee, died May 12 in Wilsonville, Ore. of injuries received in a single car ac- Memorial Library, Newbury, Vt. The Godfrey Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. RUMMAGE SALE POST MILLS--The Ladies' Benefit Society will hold a rummage and food sale at the Parish House May 23 from 10 a.m.-2 pro. LI00T VERMONT STATE POL!CE Vermont Fish & Game TOLL-FREE NUMBERS 1 Bradford 2224680 Fa!rlee 333 9414 Wells River 757-2552 No. 4317--NEWBURy, New, custom crafted, white cedar, log home. Four rooms, expandable to six, with full basement and well insulated. Beautiful kitchen with spacious custom-built cabinets, lovely living area with custom-made chandelier. This well-built home has a wood-gas combination heating system for low heat bill and is situated*on 2 beautiful acres. Drive out today and see this lo,ely home 1 mile from route 302 on Scotch Hollow Road. Price 849,900.00. No. 4316--WELLS RIV This beautifully maintained 1839 home has 8 rooms and is located oha very nice lot. There are two baths, 2 zone, hot water baseboard heat and a 2 car garage. It is weil insulated, has nice por- ches and a good garden spot. Taxes are approximately $800.00 per year. Price $45,000.00 No. 4288A--Goshen Heights, Bradford, 1.2 acres, $4900. Good for year-round home; deed restrictions against trailers and commercialization 200 acres, Corinth, $60,000, open and wooded, brook, secluded. NO, 4274 Old farmhouse on 47 acres, Newbury, Vt. House needs work, but is liveable; Good location; good investment; owner may finance. $57,0o0. NO. 4292B--10.7 acres, Vershire, Vt., near Judgement Ridge, $7,500. Wooded, views, town road. No 4294 One acre, Newbury $3,000; good secluded building site. .N__32 acres, Groton, Vt., $t0,900; near Levi Pond and Groton State Forest; improved woodland, good for investment and recreation. Terms from owner. summer. Fa/r/ee to vote on school budget (continued from page ! ) cents per $I,000 of valuation. The budget proposal in- cludes a 9 per cent pay in- crease for teachers, although settlement of current contract negotiations is not expected until July and may require some readjustment of the budget. It is not expected to change the overall total of the budget, however. Two firefighters were treated for smoke at the scene. The owner of the store, Lotba Riba, Jr. was staying in a cottage in N. Monroe while his parents were visiting. The Monroe Country Store, long a focal point of activity in this small New Hampshire town, will be greatly missed. The Ribas bad recently done renovations to the building and were preparing for a busy cident, ii II | I He was brn in Granby' -P e  C " Conn., the son of Philip and ar " .J4errill en 3nc. Julia Parmelee. t m_ He was a broadcast ealtu engineer for radio stations in Oregon and had resided at 470 | Momallo Sweet m Nblne A. I.ehold South Locust Street in Woodwille, NH 03785  I1 Candby, Ore. Funeral 603-7,17-2000 603-747-3372 arrangements are incomplete at this time are being bandied PAUL MAYETTE , Associate Home: 7874h270 by the Hale Funeral Home of List No. 151-- 2 apartment house -- in town location. Bradford. One 5 room apartment, one 6 room apartment. Wooti & Mr. Parmelee is formerly of gas heat -- quiet street. Nice Mountain view. Offered Bradford. at $23,500. List No. 157-- Investment property -- 3 apartment house, could be made into 4 easily. One 5 room, one 4 Lena K. Platts room, one 3 room -- over $540 monthly income. Taxes dies in Florida - $630. Offered at $28,000. ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.-- Lena K. Platts, formerly of Woodsville, died April 21. She VALLEY ASSOCIATES was the widow of Howard E. Platts, d retired Boston and OF BRADFORD Maine Railroad conductor. 21 North Main street Family members include Bradford, Vt. two sons, Frank Platts of 802-222-5544 Santa Fe, N.M. and Howard WE MAY tlAVE A BUYER FOR YOUR H(IU,E. M. Platts of W. Newbury, LISTWITHUSTODAY: Mass. A daughter, Bertha E. "h Office Independently Owned And Operoted" Dresser, preceded her in death. Two Bedroom ranch with 5+- acres. Horse barn and A memorial service was kennels. Artesian well. Range refrigerator, and wood held May "12 at the Pine Grove stove included, Very easy to heat and the taxes are low. Cemetery, Manchester, N.H. $35,000. Cape with attached garage set on 2+- acres. Out of village but yet close to all services. Features include: solid cherry kitchen cabinets, range, dishwasher, * Three injured fireplace in living romn as well .as a large deck __ overlooking the mountains. Only t149,SOo. 7 year old ranch in a cotmtry setting. This 3 m in Monroe blaze home is complete has a southern expos twe: Hoated (continued from page 1) entirely by wood. Range and refrigerator included. structural fire. This put the FHAapproved, $45,000.  ...... mutual aid system into action 1800's cape with 3 bedrooms, I% baths, dining room, and the dispatcher in N. living room and famil room, both of which have Haverhill toned out Wells hearths for wood stove hookups. 3 car garage- River, Barnet and Woodsville woodshed. Close to school and stores. $49,500. to help at the fire scene. A Rare Find... Sit back, relax and enjoy the beautiful Also assisting were the panoramic views. Chalet with 2 bedrooms, kitchen, Lisbon, N. Haverhill, Groton dining and living rooms. Double sliding glass doors and Ryegate Fire Depart- lead from dining and living rooms to a 10'x24' deck. ments who supplied air tanks Large 30'x45' post and beam barn. 100'xl00' pond. for the men attacking the [ire $59,900. from the inside. Chief Farr said that the fire lNl was considered under control , at 4 a.m. and that soon after the long job of overhaul and mop up began. A false alarm in Woodsville i THOMAS REALTY00Nc Bryce  Miriam Thomas l" REALTORS = FA RMS--H O USES-A CREA GE Newl)ury, Vermont (80z) 86b-5961 sent Woodsville, Wells River and N. Haverhill racing back to Woodsville at 5:01 a.m. Luckily their services were no longer needed in Monroe. As in any case of a major fire in a rural area many others are involved than those fighting the fire. In this case Bath Fire Department sen-t men and equipment to cove" No. 4321 l0 acres, Newbury, VT., $4,000; on Class 4 road the station for Woodsvilleand for % mile; same distance from electricity; good PeachamcoveredforBarnet. growing hardwoods; good for recreation and in- The Barnet Rescue Squad vestment, but at present not good for year-round was at the scene and helped living; owner will finance. with the injured. May 20, 1981-e Journal Opinion-Page 7 Obituaries Garage Sales" G. L. Hebb bury dies Garnett L. president, vice president and 83, a lifetime treasurer. died May 12 in Besides her husband, she Memorial leaves two sons, Guy A. Hebb, following a Orford, and Garnett J. Hebb, Newbury; a daughter, Mrs. Oct. 22, James (Marjorie) Deming, Newbury; seven grand- Howland children and six great- graduate of grandchildren. Her funeral service were au'riedtoGarnett held Friday in the First Congregational Church. The included Rev. John Marsh and Richard ational Monroe officiated. was a 20-year Burial was in the Town of the Newbury House Cemetery in W Club of Newbury. had served as PAINTING INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR Will do Odd Job's PAUL HODGE BRADFORD, VT. 802-222-5535 HOUR EMERGENCY .. _.. MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE County Mental Health FREE 1-800-622.4244 TAYLOR-PALMER AGENCY, INC. ) o,,;e,00,.INSURANCE SERVICE since 188# A&W ARTESIAN WELL CO. since 1930 N.N. 1405t-00112 rym hfbmm Christine F. C00pman Mary Henderson of Newbury dies di "  " NEWBURY--Mrs. Mary A. wedding anniversary later Lake Worth, Fla.; 19 gran- es m rennsylvanla Henderson, 95, died May 12 in thisyear, dchiltren; three great- mCh 'r!stine Fatherley Chip- Until their removal last Cottage Hospital. She had Besides her husband, she grandchildren, nieces and loa; OlneT:y 13, 81 aftera year to Pennswood Village, a been a resident here 75 years, leaves a son, George n. nephews. .,.. .. . at ennswooa retirement community, Dr. Born in Boltonville, Feb. 3, Henderson, Newbury; five Her funeral service was Vllage:jew.mwn, ra. wnere and Mrs. Chipman maintained 1886, she was daughter of daughters, Jean Richardson, held May 14 in the Ricker Edwin R. and Ida (Morse) North Haverhill; Hazel Funeral Home, Birch Lane, eSlaeU wntn her nusnano, a country home in Bradford, Abbott. Downing, Lunenburg; Woodsville. Rev. Joseph Dr. Sidney S. Chipman who where Mrs. Chipman was She was married to Knox Patricia "Babe" Renfrew and RinaidiofNewburyofficiated. practiced pediatrics for many years in the 19305 and 19405 in Norwalk, Conn. Mrs. Chapman was born May 23, 1904 in Brooklyn, N.Y. where her father, The Rev. WiUaim E. Fatherley was pastor of the Vanderveer Park M.E. Church. Her mother, Edna R. Fatherley, a longtime resident of Darien, Conn. was descended from an old New England family, making Mrs. Chipman an eleventh descendant of John and active in church and corn- Henderson. The couple would Margaret Smith, both of munity affairs. Mrs. Chipman spent her have observed their 75th Newbury, and Jo Forcucci, girlhood on a farm in Pleasant Valley; N.Y., attended Oak- wood School, Poughkeepsie, New York and Drake Business in I.uisiana and Chapel Hill, N.C., where Dr. Chipman was on the faculty of the graduate medical school at The University of North Carolina. Priscilla Alden. Robert E. Fatherley, Darien, Following World War II, Conn.; 6 grandchildren and 2 Mrs. Chipman and Dr. great grandchildren. Chipman, who survives, lived Memorial contributions College in New Jersey. Surviving, in addition to her husband, Dr. S.S. Chipman, are two sons, Dr. Robert K. Chipman, Bradford; David R. Chipman, Newtown, Conn.; a daughter, Wendy Chipman, Chapel Hill, N.C.; a brother, may be sent to Oakwood School, Poughkeepsie, New York 12601 in care of "The Oakwood Fund Challenge 198081." Dr. Lyle Behrends, Wells River, dies WELLS RIVER--Dr. Lyle R. Pharmacists Mate. He Behrends, 64, died May 15 at married Viola Johnson in his residence in Wells River. Minneapolis, Minn., August He was born June 10, 1916, at 18, 1950, and she survives him Hersman, Ill., the son of Leo in Wells River. andMarie (Bowen) Behrends. A daughter, Mrs. Kristi Lenore Flanders of Wolcott, a granddaughter and his mother, Darie Dillon of Illinois, also survive. Funeral services were held at the Racker Funeral Home, Birch Lane, Woodsville. Rev. Pattee officiated. Burial was in Hyde Park. Memorial donations in his memory may be made to the Salvation Army, c-o Hazen Wilson, National Bank of Newbury,. Wells River, Vt. 05081. Dr. Behrends graduated from Palmer School of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa and the National Chiropractic College in Chicago, Ill. He established his practice ! in Wells River, Vt. in 1953 and retired there in 1976. During this time, he served three years as Newbury Health Officer and as Chairman of the Newbury Democratic Party. He served in the U. S. Navy during World War II as a Hazel C. Bai/ey, ifells River, dies WELLS RIVER--Mrs. Hazel Church. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Barbara Handy of Scituate, Mass.; a sister, Mrs. Alice Martin of Swanton and four grand- children. Funeral services were held May 18 at the Wells River Congregational Church with Rev. Arthur Cheney of- ficiating. Burial followed at the Wells River Cemetery. Memorial ContributiOns in her memory may be made to the Wells River Congregational Church of Wells River, Vt. 05081. The Ricker Funeral Home, Birch Lane, Woedsville, N. H. was in charge of arrangements. June Liberty of Lisbon dies C. Bailey, 84, died May 15 at St. Johnsbury Hospital. Mrs. Bailey was born in Concord, Vt., March 19, 1897, and had been a resident of Wells River for 50 years, where she worked at W. B. Clark store in Wells River. She was a member of Corinthian Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star and the Wells River Congregational AUCTION LISBON--E. Violet "June" Liberty of 185 Main St., died unexpectedly May 6 at Lit- tleton Hospital. Born in Middlebury, she was the wife of Normand P. Liberty, owner of the Lisbon Shoe Company who was killed in a hunting accident in 1973. She was graduated from Farmington High School and Bryant and Stratton Business College. Mrs. Liberty was past president and member of the Farmington Womens Club past president of Friends in You'll be in Council Womens Club, a volunteer service worker in the Littleton Hospital for great shape many years, and a member of the United Church of Christ, Lisbon and the Dorcas Society ith the weekly pair! of the church. W Family members include two daughters, Mrs. Sara Weymouth of Lisbon and Mrs. Sandra J. Wilcox of b0? .p Wakefield, Mass. ; four . n't beat our Journal 0vinion and Second Opinion. grandchildren, Timothy P. Zanes and Katherine A. e.,_'mPle Ike different thin s a d we offer something for g Aldrich of Lisbon, Michael y,rne in the family.., for the housewife to start her and Susan Wilcox of ' for thp. working Wakefield, Mass.; one s -man to relax with after a nephew, Jeffrey Howard of I Littleton. "" flay at the office. The funeral was held May 9 , :jr !ne at the United Church of Christ. c_0.n .venience of home delivery subscribe to.the Burial followed in Grove Hill .,Jqia'J .lt .1 upmlon and get the Second Opinion as a Donus. Cemetery. Memorial donations may be .I V(III0f I made to the Lisbon FAST ' 0[" --- t and N mplir0 Squad in care of Willard ] 'f0' n Bromage, treasurer, Lisbon, N.H. 03585, or Friends in :7.{ rates .. Council Womens Club, in care of Donna Washburn, Lisbon, JOurnal i Opinion N.H. 03585. The Pillsbury Funeral Home was in charge BOX 378 BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 ofarrangements____.__. E. HAVERHILL--Graveside services for Mrs. Theda Brigham will be held Friday at 11:00 a.m. at the No. 6 Cemetery in East Haverhill, N.H. The Rev. Ruth Williamson and Rev. Dorothy Sprague will officiate. MACHINERY AUCTION At Blair's Trailer Park Lyndonville, Vermont THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1981 STARTING AT 7 o'clock sharp Selling Tractor Equipment and Trucks AUCTIONEERS R & D Lussier, Lyndonville Herbert Gray, East Thetford 2-DAY SALE!!! 9-5 Saturday.Sunday, May 23.24 Large boys' camp is closing. Will sell all: Water- front; office, kitchen, maintenance, plumbing, housekeeping, infirmary, camping, land sports equipment. Such as Grumman canoes; Sunfish sailboats; floatable swimming and boating docks; snorkeling equipment; life jackets; paddles; Xerox photocopier; Pitney Bowes postage meter; Gestetner mimeo machine; Gestetner electric stencil; desks; file cabinets; audio-visual equipment; commercial range, ovens, steam kettle, double pot sink, new walk-in refrigerator; kitchen and dining room pots, pans, dishes and utensils; tractor-mower; tools; fire ex- tinguishers; hot-water heaters; sinks; toilets; beds, blankets, sheets, pillows, towels; furniture; retrigettors,told-chairs, medical supplies and equipment, tents, rock-climbing gear; camping stoves, caiiher'rget rifles; archery, baseball, basketball, s6eeer, street hockey, tennis and badminton equip. ment, trampoline, arts & crafts, photography equipment, books, games, and more. From 1-91, take exit 14 (Rt. 113) west 6 miles to Post Mills; go right on Route 244. Look for signs. RAIN OR SHINE!! CAMP PASSUMPSlC, WEST FAIRLEE, YT. IIIIIIIII I AUCTION We have been commissioned to sell 2 farms, stock & tools of Stanley Bills, we will sell same at his farms, located 3 miles from Saxtons River, Vt. on Route 121. Watch for Auction signs. SATURDAY--MAY 30 STARTING AT 9:30 A.M. (AT THE FORMER KELTON FARM) 116 HEAD HOLSTEINS Consisting of: 70 cows of which 8 are springers, 7 fresh and the majority of these cows are milking now & bred back for fall, 25 Choice first calf heifers due in July or August. 30 yearlings & started calves. 1 Big Hol. bull. FARM MACHINERY A.C.175 diesel tractor, M.F. 65 with loader, M.F. 35 tractor, M.F. 135 tractor, Ford tractor with bucket, Super C tractor, Heston PT 7, 2- M.F. 12 balers, 3- PrO spreaders, PTO generator, 3 Pt. hitch corn chopper, 2 row J.D. planter, Chev. van truck with dump body, scoot, grain carts, new metal silo, trailer, PTO post hole digger, Surge milkers, welder, plus the small tools. Harrows - Plows - Mack dump truck. Approx. 5000 bales of hay (AS SOON AS WE ARE DONE SELLING AT THIS FARM, WE WILL GO TO THE FORMER COLBURN FARM, 1 MILE AWAY AND SELL THE FOLLOWING) 47 HEAD HOLSTEINS Consisting of: 6 fresh, 7 springers, balance of cows milking and due this fall. 1 bull. All cattle T.B., Blood tested and checked for pregnancy before time of sale. Some of these cows in both herds are milking in the high 80's. REAL ESTATE 1 - 125 acre farm with good house, barn ties 80 head, 1000 gal. bulk tank, 3 silos'. 2 - 10 acres with mobile home. 3 - 300 acres of woodland on mountains. 4 - 7 room house with 60 acres of open & wood land. 5-160 acres, house, barn, & 2 silos. 6 - Beautiful cottage, garage on I acre lot. Real Estate will be for sale at anytime before Auction by contacting: Rebecca Gray, Broker or Stanley Bills, Owner 802-785-4348 . - 802-365-7952 Real Estate will be offered for sale if not sold prior to Auction. Right is reserved to reject any bids on Real Estate. 15 per cent down on Real Estate, balance within 15 days. Terms cash or good check Lunch on grounds AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC., East Thetford, Vt. 802-785-4348 or 785-2161 ROGER LUSSIER, Lyndonviile, Vt. 802-626-5448 This is only a partial list of what there is to sell. George Lund funeral held YARD SALE.-- Fairlee -- multi-family yard sale, NEWBURY--Funeral ser- chil4t'ep's clothes, toys, bikes, vices for Georgia Lund, 83, furniture, miscellaneous were held May 13 at the building material, hardware, Newbury Congregational & other treasures. Saturday, Church with the Rev. Stone May 23 at 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 officiating. Burial was in the P.M. Opposite Lake Morey Newbury Cemetery. Public Beach. It---5-20--- Memorial contributions Burial was in the Boltonville may be made to the Tenney Cemetery. Former Bradford man is killed CANDBY, ORE.--Philip H. Parmelee, died May 12 in Wilsonville, Ore. of injuries received in a single car ac- Memorial Library, Newbury, Vt. The Godfrey Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. RUMMAGE SALE POST MILLS--The Ladies' Benefit Society will hold a rummage and food sale at the Parish House May 23 from 10 a.m.-2 pro. LI00T VERMONT STATE POL!CE Vermont Fish & Game TOLL-FREE NUMBERS 1 Bradford 2224680 Fa!rlee 333 9414 Wells River 757-2552 No. 4317--NEWBURy, New, custom crafted, white cedar, log home. Four rooms, expandable to six, with full basement and well insulated. Beautiful kitchen with spacious custom-built cabinets, lovely living area with custom-made chandelier. This well-built home has a wood-gas combination heating system for low heat bill and is situated*on 2 beautiful acres. Drive out today and see this lo,ely home 1 mile from route 302 on Scotch Hollow Road. Price 849,900.00. No. 4316--WELLS RIV This beautifully maintained 1839 home has 8 rooms and is located oha very nice lot. There are two baths, 2 zone, hot water baseboard heat and a 2 car garage. It is weil insulated, has nice por- ches and a good garden spot. Taxes are approximately $800.00 per year. Price $45,000.00 No. 4288A--Goshen Heights, Bradford, 1.2 acres, $4900. Good for year-round home; deed restrictions against trailers and commercialization 200 acres, Corinth, $60,000, open and wooded, brook, secluded. NO, 4274 Old farmhouse on 47 acres, Newbury, Vt. House needs work, but is liveable; Good location; good investment; owner may finance. $57,0o0. NO. 4292B--10.7 acres, Vershire, Vt., near Judgement Ridge, $7,500. Wooded, views, town road. No 4294 One acre, Newbury $3,000; good secluded building site. .N__32 acres, Groton, Vt., $t0,900; near Levi Pond and Groton State Forest; improved woodland, good for investment and recreation. Terms from owner. summer. Fa/r/ee to vote on school budget (continued from page ! ) cents per $I,000 of valuation. The budget proposal in- cludes a 9 per cent pay in- crease for teachers, although settlement of current contract negotiations is not expected until July and may require some readjustment of the budget. It is not expected to change the overall total of the budget, however. Two firefighters were treated for smoke at the scene. The owner of the store, Lotba Riba, Jr. was staying in a cottage in N. Monroe while his parents were visiting. The Monroe Country Store, long a focal point of activity in this small New Hampshire town, will be greatly missed. The Ribas bad recently done renovations to the building and were preparing for a busy cident, ii II | I He was brn in Granby' -P e  C " Conn., the son of Philip and ar " .J4errill en 3nc. Julia Parmelee. t m_ He was a broadcast ealtu engineer for radio stations in Oregon and had resided at 470 | Momallo Sweet m Nblne A. I.ehold South Locust Street in Woodwille, NH 03785  I1 Candby, Ore. Funeral 603-7,17-2000 603-747-3372 arrangements are incomplete at this time are being bandied PAUL MAYETTE , Associate Home: 7874h270 by the Hale Funeral Home of List No. 151-- 2 apartment house -- in town location. Bradford. One 5 room apartment, one 6 room apartment. Wooti & Mr. Parmelee is formerly of gas heat -- quiet street. Nice Mountain view. Offered Bradford. at $23,500. List No. 157-- Investment property -- 3 apartment house, could be made into 4 easily. One 5 room, one 4 Lena K. Platts room, one 3 room -- over $540 monthly income. Taxes dies in Florida - $630. Offered at $28,000. ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.-- Lena K. Platts, formerly of Woodsville, died April 21. She VALLEY ASSOCIATES was the widow of Howard E. Platts, d retired Boston and OF BRADFORD Maine Railroad conductor. 21 North Main street Family members include Bradford, Vt. two sons, Frank Platts of 802-222-5544 Santa Fe, N.M. and Howard WE MAY tlAVE A BUYER FOR YOUR H(IU,E. M. Platts of W. Newbury, LISTWITHUSTODAY: Mass. A daughter, Bertha E. "h Office Independently Owned And Operoted" Dresser, preceded her in death. Two Bedroom ranch with 5+- acres. Horse barn and A memorial service was kennels. Artesian well. Range refrigerator, and wood held May "12 at the Pine Grove stove included, Very easy to heat and the taxes are low. Cemetery, Manchester, N.H. $35,000. Cape with attached garage set on 2+- acres. Out of village but yet close to all services. Features include: solid cherry kitchen cabinets, range, dishwasher, * Three injured fireplace in living romn as well .as a large deck __ overlooking the mountains. Only t149,SOo. 7 year old ranch in a cotmtry setting. This 3 m in Monroe blaze home is complete has a southern expos twe: Hoated (continued from page 1) entirely by wood. Range and refrigerator included. structural fire. This put the FHAapproved, $45,000.  ...... mutual aid system into action 1800's cape with 3 bedrooms, I% baths, dining room, and the dispatcher in N. living room and famil room, both of which have Haverhill toned out Wells hearths for wood stove hookups. 3 car garage- River, Barnet and Woodsville woodshed. Close to school and stores. $49,500. to help at the fire scene. A Rare Find... Sit back, relax and enjoy the beautiful Also assisting were the panoramic views. Chalet with 2 bedrooms, kitchen, Lisbon, N. Haverhill, Groton dining and living rooms. Double sliding glass doors and Ryegate Fire Depart- lead from dining and living rooms to a 10'x24' deck. ments who supplied air tanks Large 30'x45' post and beam barn. 100'xl00' pond. for the men attacking the [ire $59,900. from the inside. Chief Farr said that the fire lNl was considered under control , at 4 a.m. and that soon after the long job of overhaul and mop up began. A false alarm in Woodsville i THOMAS REALTY00Nc Bryce  Miriam Thomas l" REALTORS = FA RMS--H O USES-A CREA GE Newl)ury, Vermont (80z) 86b-5961 sent Woodsville, Wells River and N. Haverhill racing back to Woodsville at 5:01 a.m. Luckily their services were no longer needed in Monroe. As in any case of a major fire in a rural area many others are involved than those fighting the fire. In this case Bath Fire Department sen-t men and equipment to cove" No. 4321 l0 acres, Newbury, VT., $4,000; on Class 4 road the station for Woodsvilleand for % mile; same distance from electricity; good PeachamcoveredforBarnet. growing hardwoods; good for recreation and in- The Barnet Rescue Squad vestment, but at present not good for year-round was at the scene and helped living; owner will finance. with the injured.