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Page lO-The Journal Opinion-June 10, 1981 Top four named W oodsville holds graduation week WOODSVILLE--This is Class Plain, weather permitting. In Following are ffi names of Donna Dennis, Troy g . Emerson, George Englert, +Lynn Fabrizio, Bernadette Night for Woodsville High case of rain, the exercises will School, beginning at 8 p.m,in be moved to the Community Building. Graduation Week began with baccalaureate services conducted by Rev. iiliam Sharer of the Woodsville and N. Haverhill United Methodist Churches June 7. the Community Building. Other events in Woodsville Graduation Week will be the Awards Assembly at 10:30 a.m. Friday, also in the Community Building, followed by graduation exercises at 10:30 a.m. Saturday on King's VALEDICTORIAN -- Lynn Fabrizio, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fabrizio of No. Haverhill, is valedictorian for Woodsville High School's Class of 1981. Active in band and drama for the past four years, Lynn was an editor of the 1981 shool yearbook, top runner on the cross-country team, a member of the Math League, and president of the National Honor Society. She attended St. Paul's Advanced Studies Program last summer and received superior grades in German and English. Lynn, will be attending Dartmouth College in the fall. the Woodsville High School graduating class of 1981: Christopher Asselin, +Robert Barry, Patricia Bigelow, Brent Blake, Elizabeth Boudreault, Lauriaune Boyce, Elizabeth Briggeman, Jeffrey Brooks, Karen Brooks. Victor Brooks, Paula Carle. Cathy Carr, Orlando Carvalho. Debbie Chapman. Diane Chase. Julie Chase, Rhonda Chase, Roland Clifford. Adam Clough, Kathy Cole, +Darrell Copeland, Prudence Cowell, Judith Cuthbertson, Perry Davidson. Daniel Demers, SALUTATORIAN -- Susan Spencer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Spencer of Woodsvllle, is salutatorian for Woodsville High School's Class of 1981. Coming to Woodsvllle during the fail of 1978, Sue THIRD HONORS -- was very active in cross- Darrell Copeland, son of country running and cross- Mr. and Mrs. Russell Page country skiing. President of N. Haverhill, has been of this year's senior class, awarded Third Honors for she is also a member of the Woodsville High School's French Club, Student Class of 1981. Darrell is a Council and the National member of the National Honor Society. She at- Honor Society, Latin Club, tended St. Paul's Media Club and is also a Advanced Studies member of the WHC-TV Program last summer crew. While in high school, studying German. he was also active in Accepting an early Chorus, Drama, the decision in December to National Junior Honor Dartmouth College, she Society and Media Ser- will enroll there in the fall. vices. Anna Doucet, Joseph Doucet, David Doyle, Dennis Frazer, Bobbi Greenwood, Robin Greenwood,, +Susan Hail, +Suzanne Haskins, Kris Hatley. Allen Hebebrand, George Heitz, Karen Hudson, Jonathan Ingerson. Wanda Ingerson, Patricia Jaynes, Kevin Keith. +Claire Ken- nedy, Lorie Kennedy, +Toni Kidder. Thomas Kinder, Annette Knapp, Janet Lackie. Stephen Lang, Cheryl Laverdiere, Mary Lees. David David Locke. Wanda Locke, Gary Martel, Rick McKean, Kenneth Mosholder. Charles Nicol, Monica Nihan. Michael Pompian. Jeffrey Poor, Teresa Prue. Kristine Sellinger. , Patricia Sherburne, Rodney Sherburne, +Heather Simonds. Sonia Smith, +Susan Spencer, Barbara Stickney, Lorie Stimson, Daryi Thorburn. Barbara Towne. Dina Trombley, Shawn Washburn. Paul Woods. +National Honor Society Members FOURTH HONORS -- Rick Anthony McKean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert McKean of Woodsville, has been awarded Fourth Honors for Woodsville High School's Class of 1981. Rick came to Woodsville High School during his sophomore year from Middlehury. While at Heath Center Middlebury, he was a member of the track and gel n football teams and WENTWORTH At the meeting of the Mt. Moosilauke Health Center trustees it was announced that the center has received a license from the State Welfare Board. It also received certification for another year as a Rural Health Clinic from the National Health Service in Boston It was also announced that the Auxiliary had voted to pay for some new Board Room chairs and a special hamper. The Auxiliary also donated $100 to the Ambulance Fund of the FAST Squad. October 10 was selected as the date for the Auxiliary's Penny Social. belonged to the F.F.A, chapter. During his tenure at Woodsville High School, Rick has participated in soccer, basketball, baseball and cross country skiing. He has also written material used on "W.H.S. On The Air," "a column in the school newspaper and has had a weekly sports column in the Journal Opinion. Rick has been accepted at Plymouth State College in Plymouth, New Hampshire. t Canoeists find serene beauty on Connecucu by Robert Mlchenfelder WITH THE SOURCE TO THE SEA ANOEISTS-- It started Friday night, May 31, when Jean and daughter along with Starr the reporter from downriver stopped off in Piermont to leave a cache of supplies to be picked up on the way back. The vanguard of a hardy group to be known as the "'Source to the Sea Canoe Party," they were headed for the Canadian Border to reenact a trip made in the 1950s from the Source the Fourth Connecticut Lake down to the "Sea" -- Long Island Sound at Saybrook. At the Second Connecticut Lake, above Pittsburg they met up with Terry, who had brought the six Connecticut River Watershed Council canoes up from Easthampton. Early Saturday morning, they were at the Customs crossing and hiked along the border about a mile to reach the Fourth Lake, a few acres of wetland, slipper plants, wild flowers and a host of birds, but little water. The hike down, marred only by the widespread cutting down by St. Regis Paper in an effort to salvage spruce badly damaged by the bud-worm, was highlighted by a climb up Dooer Mountain, the 3,0054oot high point in the area. The rain started late Saturday afternoon, making for a wet camp and campers at Second Lake where the canoes had been stashed. The 28 degrees on Sunday morning made the kind of conditions that keep the rest of us spectators. Then on down to Lake Francis State Park to join the rest of the crew and to bring the party up to fourteen. The inch and a half of rain had increased the flow of water so that "lining" or walking the canoes through the shallow runs was kept to a minimum. But unmarked falls, slippery rocks and eventually a moose that almost stepped into the lead canoe kept things lively. The low water found below Lake Francis made a portage necessary around Pittsburg to the confluence with Indian Stream, where the extra water made for clear sailing. Then on down past Col,brook, Stratford. and Colebrook to Guildhall, where on Wednesday the party finally had real showers, a hot meal and a night under a solid roof, and were resupplied from the supplies left in Piermont. Off again on Thursday morning, eyes ahead to camp at Gilman Dam near Dalton. "ln off for the long haul down Moore Reservoir, the ROCKY PORTAGE--Canoeist on "Source to the Sea" trip down Connecticut River brings his craft ashore for the night. tricky portage around Moore Museum in St. Johnsbury, so the adventures to that point. Dam. then down to Comerford there was a mad scramble to Then up again on Saturday for the hospitality of the crew get cleaned-up and fed, then a for the run to Woodsville after there, hot showers, a shady quick trip to the "other side" the rather short but rough campsitvandresupply, in time for the 7:30 p.m. portage aroundtheMclndoes- Bob hhd a presentation to program, a film "Return to Monroe Dam make at the Fairbanks the River," and a short talk on What has been most remarkable so far is the constant reiteration of the theme "You won't believe how incredibly beautiful this river is." Each of the party has said this at somqbae or other. Each comesfrom some place else. Each has travelled and their very nature tends to make them unusually per- ceptive. And each of them has felt called upon to remark upon the serenity, the calm plendor, the quiet beauty to be found here. It's something to think about. OPEN HOUSE WINNER WARREN Mrs. Paul Williams of E. Corinth won a set of pots and pans at an open house drawing at the Burning Bush in Warren May 30. BMU grads list care WELLS RIVER--Followingis the Gilmore Dairy Farm in majoringin Engineering. as a nurse the list of Blue Mountain Barnet this summer and then Perley Williams -- enlisting Union School's 42 graduates in the field of Child Care. and their career plans: Caroline Achilles -- enrolling in Johnson State College, majoring in Political Science. Judy Clark -- enrolling in Champlain College, majoring in Business Management. Tamara Cbeney -- enrolling in University of Vermont, majoring in Physical Therapy. Priscilla Darling -- enrolling in Hesser College, majoring in Computer Programming. Todd Davis -- enrolling in Decker College, majoring in Interior Design. Lois Eastman -- enrolling in University of Vermont, majoring in X-Ray Technology. Linda Gadapee -- enrolling in Lyndon State College, majoring in Business Administration. John Gordon -- enlisting in the Army, specializing in Truck Driving. Peter Gordon -- enlisting in the National Guard. Ralph Hill -- enlisting in the Air Force, specializing in Mechanics. Darlene Houghton -- working locally in Secretarial field. Priscilla Kincaid -- working locally in Child Care. Scott Knight -- enrolling in Phoenix Institute of Technology, majoring in Arts Mechanics. Kelly Long -- working locally for a year and then enrolling in college. Gregg Mahnker -- enrolling in Vermont Technical College, Pre-Technology Program. David Moody -- working locally for a year in Dairy Farming and then enrolling in college in this career area. Susan Morse -- working locally. Diane Nelson -- working in Agricultural Mechanics at New England Equipment White River Jet., Vt. Ruth Nelson -- enrolling in Johnson State College, majoring in Art. Tammy Nelson -- work at Groton tax rate is GROTON--Selectmen have raised the tax rate 30 cents to $5.50 to meet the budget of $366,186. The grand list totals $6,557,097. Of the tax rate, $3.58 goes to Blue Mountain Union School, $1.18 to the general fund and 73 cents to roads. The board also voted to order six 30 mile-per-hour speed limit signs because of speeding complaints. CARD PARTY BRADFORD--A card party will be held June 12 at the Senior Citizens Center in Bradford at l p.m. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Course S. A. T. Verbal Preparation FOIl INFOIIMATION & IIEGISTIIATIONr ELIZABETH CHIQUOINE JOSEPH MOORE BOX 124 NEWBURY, VT. 05051 (802) 866-5904 James Nutter -- work at a Dairy Farm in the area. Ashley Ober -- enrolling at University of Vermont, majoring in Economies. Julie Page -- enrolling at Champlain College, Retail and Fashion Merchandising. Angle Perkins -- working in the Cosmetology field and enrolling at O'Briens School of Cosmetology in November 1981. Greg Perkins -- enlisting in the Armed Services, specializing in Truck Driving. Tracy Pierce -- working at Warners Gallery for summer and eventually working in the Business Field. Jeff Roberts -- enlisting in the Air Force, specializing in electrical work. Jennifer Rowe -- enrolling at Amherst College, majoring in Liberal Arts. Cheryl Savoy -- enrolling at Vermont Technical College, majoring in Veterinarian Office Management. Larry Somerr -- working locally on Auto Mechanics. Warren Stewart -- enrolling at Porter and Chester Institute, majoring in Draf- ting. Betty Vance -- enlisting in the Navy, specializing in Ocean Technology. Jessie Warner -- working at the National Bank of Newbury. Ellen Webster'-- enrolled at Decker College, specializing in Interior Design. Lorrie Welch -- has been married and is a mother and housewife. Randy Welch -- working at a Dairy Farm locally. William Welch-- working at a Dairy Farm locally. Harrison Welles -- enrolling at Lyndon State College, majoring in Communications. Kevin Wheeler -- enrolling at Vermont Technical College, TASKER'S WELL We Need Your Busine=! 0ur Business Is Going In The Hole. uZ.sssx Nodhwood, N.H. in Vermont National Guard Glenn and working at Stone Sheds in at Norwicl Barre. majoring Jeanne Wyman -- working Engineering. Register at for, beautiful RAFF Dinnerware . FOLK ART (new style just in) . YORKTOWNE . VILLAGE . COMPATIBLES See the large selection FURNITU & CARPET -JOE TOP ELECTROLUX SALESMAN AGAIN Joe De Palo achieves President's club award again. This in a row for Joe and He and his wife Peggy will be convention in Switzerland for thiJ complishment in July, from CONGRATULATIONS ON A JOB WELL D( one of rmw m11 truek N4edlom In Itm Uppor , sutomollvo July 21st-- Aug. 19th Tues, & Wed. Evenings Newbury Elementary School Limited Enrollment by June 12th Envlft Cl|f|OCd West Hsrtford, Vt .3014 E. Pesnut Psrke, Wilder Vt q5-3724 "Hol o the Guysl'" CASH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS ANDI Over 36 years of dependable service. CLIFFORD'S GARAGE, DODGE CiTY / Route 1,4, W. Hartford, Vt. , ''. , , . / ,./, , 'v' A .. ./ " .. , ,... /o ,. ,,.. Page lO-The Journal Opinion-June 10, 1981 Top four named W oodsville holds graduation week WOODSVILLE--This is Class Plain, weather permitting. In Following are ffi names of Donna Dennis, Troy g . Emerson, George Englert, +Lynn Fabrizio, Bernadette Night for Woodsville High case of rain, the exercises will School, beginning at 8 p.m,in be moved to the Community Building. Graduation Week began with baccalaureate services conducted by Rev. iiliam Sharer of the Woodsville and N. Haverhill United Methodist Churches June 7. the Community Building. Other events in Woodsville Graduation Week will be the Awards Assembly at 10:30 a.m. Friday, also in the Community Building, followed by graduation exercises at 10:30 a.m. Saturday on King's VALEDICTORIAN -- Lynn Fabrizio, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fabrizio of No. Haverhill, is valedictorian for Woodsville High School's Class of 1981. Active in band and drama for the past four years, Lynn was an editor of the 1981 shool yearbook, top runner on the cross-country team, a member of the Math League, and president of the National Honor Society. She attended St. Paul's Advanced Studies Program last summer and received superior grades in German and English. Lynn, will be attending Dartmouth College in the fall. the Woodsville High School graduating class of 1981: Christopher Asselin, +Robert Barry, Patricia Bigelow, Brent Blake, Elizabeth Boudreault, Lauriaune Boyce, Elizabeth Briggeman, Jeffrey Brooks, Karen Brooks. Victor Brooks, Paula Carle. Cathy Carr, Orlando Carvalho. Debbie Chapman. Diane Chase. Julie Chase, Rhonda Chase, Roland Clifford. Adam Clough, Kathy Cole, +Darrell Copeland, Prudence Cowell, Judith Cuthbertson, Perry Davidson. Daniel Demers, SALUTATORIAN -- Susan Spencer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Spencer of Woodsvllle, is salutatorian for Woodsville High School's Class of 1981. Coming to Woodsvllle during the fail of 1978, Sue THIRD HONORS -- was very active in cross- Darrell Copeland, son of country running and cross- Mr. and Mrs. Russell Page country skiing. President of N. Haverhill, has been of this year's senior class, awarded Third Honors for she is also a member of the Woodsville High School's French Club, Student Class of 1981. Darrell is a Council and the National member of the National Honor Society. She at- Honor Society, Latin Club, tended St. Paul's Media Club and is also a Advanced Studies member of the WHC-TV Program last summer crew. While in high school, studying German. he was also active in Accepting an early Chorus, Drama, the decision in December to National Junior Honor Dartmouth College, she Society and Media Ser- will enroll there in the fall. vices. Anna Doucet, Joseph Doucet, David Doyle, Dennis Frazer, Bobbi Greenwood, Robin Greenwood,, +Susan Hail, +Suzanne Haskins, Kris Hatley. Allen Hebebrand, George Heitz, Karen Hudson, Jonathan Ingerson. Wanda Ingerson, Patricia Jaynes, Kevin Keith. +Claire Ken- nedy, Lorie Kennedy, +Toni Kidder. Thomas Kinder, Annette Knapp, Janet Lackie. Stephen Lang, Cheryl Laverdiere, Mary Lees. David David Locke. Wanda Locke, Gary Martel, Rick McKean, Kenneth Mosholder. Charles Nicol, Monica Nihan. Michael Pompian. Jeffrey Poor, Teresa Prue. Kristine Sellinger. , Patricia Sherburne, Rodney Sherburne, +Heather Simonds. Sonia Smith, +Susan Spencer, Barbara Stickney, Lorie Stimson, Daryi Thorburn. Barbara Towne. Dina Trombley, Shawn Washburn. Paul Woods. +National Honor Society Members FOURTH HONORS -- Rick Anthony McKean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert McKean of Woodsville, has been awarded Fourth Honors for Woodsville High School's Class of 1981. Rick came to Woodsville High School during his sophomore year from Middlehury. While at Heath Center Middlebury, he was a member of the track and gel n football teams and WENTWORTH At the meeting of the Mt. Moosilauke Health Center trustees it was announced that the center has received a license from the State Welfare Board. It also received certification for another year as a Rural Health Clinic from the National Health Service in Boston It was also announced that the Auxiliary had voted to pay for some new Board Room chairs and a special hamper. The Auxiliary also donated $100 to the Ambulance Fund of the FAST Squad. October 10 was selected as the date for the Auxiliary's Penny Social. belonged to the F.F.A, chapter. During his tenure at Woodsville High School, Rick has participated in soccer, basketball, baseball and cross country skiing. He has also written material used on "W.H.S. On The Air," "a column in the school newspaper and has had a weekly sports column in the Journal Opinion. Rick has been accepted at Plymouth State College in Plymouth, New Hampshire. t Canoeists find serene beauty on Connecucu by Robert Mlchenfelder WITH THE SOURCE TO THE SEA ANOEISTS-- It started Friday night, May 31, when Jean and daughter along with Starr the reporter from downriver stopped off in Piermont to leave a cache of supplies to be picked up on the way back. The vanguard of a hardy group to be known as the "'Source to the Sea Canoe Party," they were headed for the Canadian Border to reenact a trip made in the 1950s from the Source the Fourth Connecticut Lake down to the "Sea" -- Long Island Sound at Saybrook. At the Second Connecticut Lake, above Pittsburg they met up with Terry, who had brought the six Connecticut River Watershed Council canoes up from Easthampton. Early Saturday morning, they were at the Customs crossing and hiked along the border about a mile to reach the Fourth Lake, a few acres of wetland, slipper plants, wild flowers and a host of birds, but little water. The hike down, marred only by the widespread cutting down by St. Regis Paper in an effort to salvage spruce badly damaged by the bud-worm, was highlighted by a climb up Dooer Mountain, the 3,0054oot high point in the area. The rain started late Saturday afternoon, making for a wet camp and campers at Second Lake where the canoes had been stashed. The 28 degrees on Sunday morning made the kind of conditions that keep the rest of us spectators. Then on down to Lake Francis State Park to join the rest of the crew and to bring the party up to fourteen. The inch and a half of rain had increased the flow of water so that "lining" or walking the canoes through the shallow runs was kept to a minimum. But unmarked falls, slippery rocks and eventually a moose that almost stepped into the lead canoe kept things lively. The low water found below Lake Francis made a portage necessary around Pittsburg to the confluence with Indian Stream, where the extra water made for clear sailing. Then on down past Col,brook, Stratford. and Colebrook to Guildhall, where on Wednesday the party finally had real showers, a hot meal and a night under a solid roof, and were resupplied from the supplies left in Piermont. Off again on Thursday morning, eyes ahead to camp at Gilman Dam near Dalton. "ln off for the long haul down Moore Reservoir, the ROCKY PORTAGE--Canoeist on "Source to the Sea" trip down Connecticut River brings his craft ashore for the night. tricky portage around Moore Museum in St. Johnsbury, so the adventures to that point. Dam. then down to Comerford there was a mad scramble to Then up again on Saturday for the hospitality of the crew get cleaned-up and fed, then a for the run to Woodsville after there, hot showers, a shady quick trip to the "other side" the rather short but rough campsitvandresupply, in time for the 7:30 p.m. portage aroundtheMclndoes- Bob hhd a presentation to program, a film "Return to Monroe Dam make at the Fairbanks the River," and a short talk on What has been most remarkable so far is the constant reiteration of the theme "You won't believe how incredibly beautiful this river is." Each of the party has said this at somqbae or other. Each comesfrom some place else. Each has travelled and their very nature tends to make them unusually per- ceptive. And each of them has felt called upon to remark upon the serenity, the calm plendor, the quiet beauty to be found here. It's something to think about. OPEN HOUSE WINNER WARREN Mrs. Paul Williams of E. Corinth won a set of pots and pans at an open house drawing at the Burning Bush in Warren May 30. BMU grads list care WELLS RIVER--Followingis the Gilmore Dairy Farm in majoringin Engineering. as a nurse the list of Blue Mountain Barnet this summer and then Perley Williams -- enlisting Union School's 42 graduates in the field of Child Care. and their career plans: Caroline Achilles -- enrolling in Johnson State College, majoring in Political Science. Judy Clark -- enrolling in Champlain College, majoring in Business Management. Tamara Cbeney -- enrolling in University of Vermont, majoring in Physical Therapy. Priscilla Darling -- enrolling in Hesser College, majoring in Computer Programming. Todd Davis -- enrolling in Decker College, majoring in Interior Design. Lois Eastman -- enrolling in University of Vermont, majoring in X-Ray Technology. Linda Gadapee -- enrolling in Lyndon State College, majoring in Business Administration. John Gordon -- enlisting in the Army, specializing in Truck Driving. Peter Gordon -- enlisting in the National Guard. Ralph Hill -- enlisting in the Air Force, specializing in Mechanics. Darlene Houghton -- working locally in Secretarial field. Priscilla Kincaid -- working locally in Child Care. Scott Knight -- enrolling in Phoenix Institute of Technology, majoring in Arts Mechanics. Kelly Long -- working locally for a year and then enrolling in college. Gregg Mahnker -- enrolling in Vermont Technical College, Pre-Technology Program. David Moody -- working locally for a year in Dairy Farming and then enrolling in college in this career area. Susan Morse -- working locally. Diane Nelson -- working in Agricultural Mechanics at New England Equipment White River Jet., Vt. Ruth Nelson -- enrolling in Johnson State College, majoring in Art. Tammy Nelson -- work at Groton tax rate is GROTON--Selectmen have raised the tax rate 30 cents to $5.50 to meet the budget of $366,186. The grand list totals $6,557,097. Of the tax rate, $3.58 goes to Blue Mountain Union School, $1.18 to the general fund and 73 cents to roads. The board also voted to order six 30 mile-per-hour speed limit signs because of speeding complaints. CARD PARTY BRADFORD--A card party will be held June 12 at the Senior Citizens Center in Bradford at l p.m. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Course S. A. T. Verbal Preparation FOIl INFOIIMATION & IIEGISTIIATIONr ELIZABETH CHIQUOINE JOSEPH MOORE BOX 124 NEWBURY, VT. 05051 (802) 866-5904 James Nutter -- work at a Dairy Farm in the area. Ashley Ober -- enrolling at University of Vermont, majoring in Economies. Julie Page -- enrolling at Champlain College, Retail and Fashion Merchandising. Angle Perkins -- working in the Cosmetology field and enrolling at O'Briens School of Cosmetology in November 1981. Greg Perkins -- enlisting in the Armed Services, specializing in Truck Driving. Tracy Pierce -- working at Warners Gallery for summer and eventually working in the Business Field. Jeff Roberts -- enlisting in the Air Force, specializing in electrical work. Jennifer Rowe -- enrolling at Amherst College, majoring in Liberal Arts. Cheryl Savoy -- enrolling at Vermont Technical College, majoring in Veterinarian Office Management. Larry Somerr -- working locally on Auto Mechanics. Warren Stewart -- enrolling at Porter and Chester Institute, majoring in Draf- ting. Betty Vance -- enlisting in the Navy, specializing in Ocean Technology. Jessie Warner -- working at the National Bank of Newbury. Ellen Webster'-- enrolled at Decker College, specializing in Interior Design. Lorrie Welch -- has been married and is a mother and housewife. Randy Welch -- working at a Dairy Farm locally. William Welch-- working at a Dairy Farm locally. Harrison Welles -- enrolling at Lyndon State College, majoring in Communications. Kevin Wheeler -- enrolling at Vermont Technical College, TASKER'S WELL We Need Your Busine=! 0ur Business Is Going In The Hole. uZ.sssx Nodhwood, N.H. in Vermont National Guard Glenn and working at Stone Sheds in at Norwicl Barre. majoring Jeanne Wyman -- working Engineering. Register at for, beautiful RAFF Dinnerware . FOLK ART (new style just in) . YORKTOWNE . VILLAGE . COMPATIBLES See the large selection FURNITU & CARPET -JOE TOP ELECTROLUX SALESMAN AGAIN Joe De Palo achieves President's club award again. This in a row for Joe and He and his wife Peggy will be convention in Switzerland for thiJ complishment in July, from CONGRATULATIONS ON A JOB WELL D( one of rmw m11 truek N4edlom In Itm Uppor , sutomollvo July 21st-- Aug. 19th Tues, & Wed. Evenings Newbury Elementary School Limited Enrollment by June 12th Envlft Cl|f|OCd West Hsrtford, Vt .3014 E. Pesnut Psrke, Wilder Vt q5-3724 "Hol o the Guysl'" CASH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS ANDI Over 36 years of dependable service. CLIFFORD'S GARAGE, DODGE CiTY / Route 1,4, W. Hartford, Vt. , ''. , , . / ,./, , 'v' A .. ./ " .. , ,... /o ,. ,,..