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_, Opi00onea.e7 River bank festival -- LL 439-5762 , I1 ] • ugrade students grade seven, was class and later gave the principal s  NEWARRIVAL ior/&apos;]_. UnionNo. 36 marshal and led the graduates address. Mr. John Fontana VV Mr. and Mrs. Stuart M. -----_ .',JunelS, in to their seats. The Rev. presented the diplomas. David-Friedman of Chelsea A.V.S,  J[. whic . are the pwrts of a baby boy, .r mUe and born Jun 16 at Gifford ,y-sev, n  . Seni(  fashir 1 s r Memorial Hospital. WELL ,( ,( which was Richard White of the E. Graduates participatinginthe C s white, Corinth and Topsham chur- program were Bradley Hodge, el rs, The words of ches gave the invocation and Welcome; Brigitta Bradford, )! ;; to, "We Don't benediction. Peter Richards Sonya Butler, Peggy Covey, n 11 .e'reGoing, But introduced the graduation Susan Dodge, class history; e Way," trimmed speaker, Mrs. Hazel Chase Susan Dodge, Poem; LorE Diane Bruleigh,  Beams, narration -- t4 e w! "Impossible Dream"; Kelley le al. lj.. Fenner, Mary Patterson,  .  [mm|mmm w cs. , Q''*' Dorothy H omeister Anthony FortunatE, class will;  . -- .... ,-=. wv ", It o , ROWs Clu . .. Esther Mears, essay on Union i   ROTARY HAMMFR v wit .-- - b Mrs. George Vers,,,,., m o , .... .. ,^:-.  ""-'" e nhe{ iv,-'a, te Women's Springfield, Mass., and Mr. T'',o"',;,''..-'"','.:",; iil I DRILLING. 20 YEARS rout meet" ..-... ...j,.u, ra., .,.  n a fe mg of and Mrs. Rudolph Hendry of = ....... . Warner,s G=p,--,, e, e; ..... ,o-.* r .. Hart, class prophecy; Kelley =    DRILLING EXPERIENCE .  .n Y  17 ....  ............................ Fenner, points to ponder -- i:  1 i .  ' -) I -,,i members Glens Falls, NY ......... i :  ..... (( PET WT - -  • • . Marcel ragnol-- Dan ramer; p , : - .......  .. Mrs. Thelma Whtcher left Paul Flint Jr • In 'i ' ! i S₯ST[/'A5 INSTALLED mT'w'etgler, Dorothy Monday to spend three weeks Aovrecmtmn Also ra'   • .._.,[-.--t, conducted with a sonin Texas  " " . g duatmg | i!   FOR FREE ESTIMATE oi,',il, u_ " .. ..... -- • ___, ,^^, ..^, " " " p gf . I =i : ,=..  i:i' "  4,,,_,, , , ,...,: .m,.,. _.. _ 00a,,e00s a, the ,ome Mr h.,t" _on etmdren and Mrs..Harold Parer June i  W  : UU 'U.' ,rge L'a free • ......... - .... 21 were ar. and Mrs. Lougias I1 '1 mf ,,  m eJ, h .......... , .... . ....... -.--7"| t Spea..x-'..m.,. a auy. oung. _Assistant McGranaghan and two | 1 i' : [] o coect, unneecleCl i n ': presented former Children's Services ..................... ,., ...... : io!!epiciiiiiiTididahisyf  vm . and Mrs. George Huntington ........................   ..... ty Mental Team member and Dr Erw" vs Jl , . m Sr. of Winter Haven, Fla ,i i ": . i e h Y 7at7 p.m Stunkel, Children's Services ......  ..... /- ....... . ledg , the . Mr. and Mrs. Charles =1: . Bradford qCue;donaor" anereawllwerb P etne[Sotnhof Wiehinngdton  Mte KR, Wells ne''.events in following the above presen- vacation home and called on River, broadcasts the fun from Wells River Savings ] m p!_cup • ..... m )nbayntlei2te d rations, old friends. Bank during week-long celebration. Lucky prize - . ..... lay.  a r,;t,,:_ ."'" Mrs Glen Erwin of winn,r is with him v.tE!a.e  r-.c mrum Sunda to -  " enty ' Bomoseen came y ....... I I s exua I spend a week with Mrs. John  i -- 'en ", pc- heep show set Williams and Mrs Glen Erwin l  ll : . . ':::: I I . tt  t. v. 051. [ gerous and - " • : : ' "="'="  of fll’t-"?ll?'h, .'- .., . T • spent June 23 putting up l  i -- ..... ,,.--w,, ., v,w I 'en. /:i' s more a[ valley raw posters about the July 4th l[ . Z 1 I ' Ke,Ily-su..tnlse BRADFORD--Shampoo your Barbecue and the July 9th l /Ji i first.of tine*'..  sheen and show them at the Flea Market which are being ld  ....... "/ll. | ^,.  ,,, KeneS-e'hild knw Conticut Valley Fair in held here at the Old  .I  ' • " l II :,  , S tS how we Bradford, July 23-26. rlgrlfeUna e Thom,son, li /  "  I Mr Waiter Sh, w  Da'Mt e:.Ds Y can prevent This show is open to all ages, v rs ii ....  "= --" | "' , d  • daughter of Mr. and M ' .... ,:" .............  :i:.':: . .... e n ,m.YCaildrenand , from beginners to experts, vm. ,m, .......... o,," [l[ ;  ....... " : | °' -- i m" Pa :t.mectious that There are classes for Black :' ,;;-,;,,z,,,,o-=,,,.,,, [ : • _ ** °'.*hon can Lamb, Grade and Registered ......  BAr .......... " ................. lrs. S a'oun service at cnurcn june 21 l[   • : . ............  b,r lvar ne mus uv more lmporang man ti,a' cement shee.P, o  ..... hob ht,,, .... The plant on the church ,  ., the bank president," happy youngsters seem to be  "  - Mraar .... **,,,,,,,,,,,,v,=,o, altar last Sunday was given hy . :.,,": thinking as "Bozo" hands out the helium-filled • , • • - :.. me . --,,, nild evening, July 23 only ........ :_ i. ..... t ,t. ...... F: . - . .. ,  =.ddl uu.v.s at ens iver ..,m= u.,,=,. . _ _ h VaP t . dOlUmUn m nunu[ ut ,tm: ma.y   : /  , ..... " . 1?it_f useful The sheep show ls scheduled -:fts she h-s -Even and con   [ - -- -- ('l''J’ Ar'f'--"L:-- - ' /ice Fi,,'raation t ^ for Friday July 24 at 2 n m  . ?  _ . )"    ..... 1 1 ll t"m4[-@ €/wg4€.i 00' ta ." . -' - ' '" " -tinues to gwe m ner cnurcn ,. •  %  ii,: , Iktothew wth Jud e Russell Batten ......................................... ........ ::; ........ she  th fam y ......  ....... .:, ,; ern from from W. Topsham. A. trophy ....... - / .......... :’::>:= .......... : tito:wa%W'abn!eh hespl  / '! Ul e.. co c dt a special All exhibitors are'en- g" ' m who  ...... .4.°, . reeom- couraged to send ,n the, rentry ....................... t  l  HI l }" |a. II, ,JL |-J,S|| tal h lop . • Mrs. Mildred Mmke a •  . ioni uy eo " , ' " ' discharged from the hospital i : I npleted Miller s Store, E Topsham; .......... ;ti°J'_ .avasm Button s Store, Chelsea ; Four ,. "ome of her son in Barre A  I1 I 'H ,istO  . , • June 20 and is convalesclng at xi-' share Seasons, Bradford; or from men "   I m    ' p,.' about the Superintendents of the : =,,r -,,, m m mm   ,.,, ,. . .,. , n " rllV .eont 'show, Jennie Eilertsen, llll 1,: -.-  m   ilimml ,M.//P'AHU I tn'i I J...."'atStedby Corinth, 439-5855  l r [' 1 llJ I    w--r-- =I., ] • "-  m - = ;--. , n,n  L _ ,. ..... • ORGANIZER--Katie earonto (left), who with fellow .....  /  z'( .8,,,, [ dirtier  I[1, ......... i employee Ruth Karner, organized Wells River __,. , ellever . . .z ..... "Y l Savin s week long celebration, announces P eff  g " ,, ...... ..... : f  ....  ............................. ........   ....  "J"   ) winner wzth local youngster doing the (lrawing. |[! -, ) " , ..... '  i !.Lady in the IN     Ij _A 1; ,='r<7 W i :se0t Pet if l d Dad said I could # ,, ..... lm 00ffi mm 8 GREEN St. . LITTLETON [ i[ iklh.dtOUldntletitinthehouse x '" F'Io o make a pen at Grarnpa's ;    r  ,,,//  ! ...... I i  Please be advised P-" '-^ - .............. ' an ',meclassifieos Y , : :: : : ' ........ ':<  ; tttt, ulc Ut)pUllt lllOlll[leS t ifi Y kin . ou SHE S A DOLL--- One of I :  >:. ? ;" l d of e • =  = .( = shown on the books of the National Bank of te '.. t 0 P t and pen an the the many exhibits at Wells i     , • . :i, dTy, .kti;:'ilf Pinn/ti__ [I ..............   : ? IP. New bury, of the Villa ge of WellsRz ver, Town of v. make a Illever out I • rover awngs uana um-u,;  Z / : I m'- ....... Newbury, County of Orange, Vermont, as of the ',',1 in celebration ......  ;. ..... ' ..... close of business on June 12, 1981, have been |  samit?eo2ftlelmNbsaetb:qote  = Federal Deposit Insurance Act. The separate CLIP & MAIL BLANK TODAY! ;he Clown entertains CLOWNING--"Bozo" youngsters at Wells River Savings Bank celebration, celebration June 22-26. SQUARE DANCER-Six-year-old Gretchen Clough of N. Haverhill is all ready for the street square dance during Wells River Savings Bank's week-long EXHIBITS--Antique toy car and doll _ . with quilt in background were part of I Haole Wells River Savings Bank exhibits. ---'"-:)mmvn Auto Sales I 181 South Main Street ' Route 120 Lebanon, N.H. Barre, Vermont 802-479-0540 I TASKER S WELL We Need Your Business! Our Business Is Going In The Hole. 942-5581 Nodhwood, N.H. insurance of its deposits will therefore terminate at the end of six (6) months from the above date or, in the case of a time deposit, the earliest maturity date after the six-month period. You are advised that the undersigned bank is an insured bank and that your deposits will continue to be insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in the manner and to the extent provided in said Act. Any depositor of the National Bank of Newbury objecting to said assumption has a right to withdraw the entire amount or any part of his assumed deposit upon demand made on or before sixty (60) days from the date hereof, subject to any penalties contained in the deposit agreement. Wells River Savings Bank Wells River, Vermont _, Opi00onea.e7 River bank festival -- LL 439-5762 , I1 ] • ugrade students grade seven, was class and later gave the principal s  NEWARRIVAL ior/']_. UnionNo. 36 marshal and led the graduates address. Mr. John Fontana VV Mr. and Mrs. Stuart M. -----_ .',JunelS, in to their seats. The Rev. presented the diplomas. David-Friedman of Chelsea A.V.S,  J[. whic . are the pwrts of a baby boy, .r mUe and born Jun 16 at Gifford ,y-sev, n  . Seni(  fashir 1 s r Memorial Hospital. WELL ,( ,( which was Richard White of the E. Graduates participatinginthe C s white, Corinth and Topsham chur- program were Bradley Hodge, el rs, The words of ches gave the invocation and Welcome; Brigitta Bradford, )! ;; to, "We Don't benediction. Peter Richards Sonya Butler, Peggy Covey, n 11 .e'reGoing, But introduced the graduation Susan Dodge, class history; e Way," trimmed speaker, Mrs. Hazel Chase Susan Dodge, Poem; LorE Diane Bruleigh,  Beams, narration -- t4 e w! "Impossible Dream"; Kelley le al. lj.. Fenner, Mary Patterson,  .  [mm|mmm w cs. , Q''*' Dorothy H omeister Anthony FortunatE, class will;  . -- .... ,-=. wv ", It o , ROWs Clu . .. Esther Mears, essay on Union i   ROTARY HAMMFR v wit .-- - b Mrs. George Vers,,,,., m o , .... .. ,^:-.  ""-'" e nhe{ iv,-'a, te Women's Springfield, Mass., and Mr. T'',o"',;,''..-'"','.:",; iil I DRILLING. 20 YEARS rout meet" ..-... ...j,.u, ra., .,.  n a fe mg of and Mrs. Rudolph Hendry of = ....... . Warner,s G=p,--,, e, e; ..... ,o-.* r .. Hart, class prophecy; Kelley =    DRILLING EXPERIENCE .  .n Y  17 ....  ............................ Fenner, points to ponder -- i:  1 i .  ' -) I -,,i members Glens Falls, NY ......... i :  ..... (( PET WT - -  • • . Marcel ragnol-- Dan ramer; p , : - .......  .. Mrs. Thelma Whtcher left Paul Flint Jr • In 'i ' ! i S₯ST[/'A5 INSTALLED mT'w'etgler, Dorothy Monday to spend three weeks Aovrecmtmn Also ra'   • .._.,[-.--t, conducted with a sonin Texas  " " . g duatmg | i!   FOR FREE ESTIMATE oi,',il, u_ " .. ..... -- • ___, ,^^, ..^, " " " p gf . I =i : ,=..  i:i' "  4,,,_,, , , ,...,: .m,.,. _.. _ 00a,,e00s a, the ,ome Mr h.,t" _on etmdren and Mrs..Harold Parer June i  W  : UU 'U.' ,rge L'a free • ......... - .... 21 were ar. and Mrs. Lougias I1 '1 mf ,,  m eJ, h .......... , .... . ....... -.--7"| t Spea..x-'..m.,. a auy. oung. _Assistant McGranaghan and two | 1 i' : [] o coect, unneecleCl i n ': presented former Children's Services ..................... ,., ...... : io!!epiciiiiiiTididahisyf  vm . and Mrs. George Huntington ........................   ..... ty Mental Team member and Dr Erw" vs Jl , . m Sr. of Winter Haven, Fla ,i i ": . i e h Y 7at7 p.m Stunkel, Children's Services ......  ..... /- ....... . ledg , the . Mr. and Mrs. Charles =1: . Bradford qCue;donaor" anereawllwerb P etne[Sotnhof Wiehinngdton  Mte KR, Wells ne''.events in following the above presen- vacation home and called on River, broadcasts the fun from Wells River Savings ] m p!_cup • ..... m )nbayntlei2te d rations, old friends. Bank during week-long celebration. Lucky prize - . ..... lay.  a r,;t,,:_ ."'" Mrs Glen Erwin of winn,r is with him v.tE!a.e  r-.c mrum Sunda to -  " enty ' Bomoseen came y ....... I I s exua I spend a week with Mrs. John  i -- 'en ", pc- heep show set Williams and Mrs Glen Erwin l  ll : . . ':::: I I . tt  t. v. 051. [ gerous and - " • : : ' "="'="  of fll’t-"?ll?'h, .'- .., . T • spent June 23 putting up l  i -- ..... ,,.--w,, ., v,w I 'en. /:i' s more a[ valley raw posters about the July 4th l[ . Z 1 I ' Ke,Ily-su..tnlse BRADFORD--Shampoo your Barbecue and the July 9th l /Ji i first.of tine*'..  sheen and show them at the Flea Market which are being ld  ....... "/ll. | ^,.  ,,, KeneS-e'hild knw Conticut Valley Fair in held here at the Old  .I  ' • " l II :,  , S tS how we Bradford, July 23-26. rlgrlfeUna e Thom,son, li /  "  I Mr Waiter Sh, w  Da'Mt e:.Ds Y can prevent This show is open to all ages, v rs ii ....  "= --" | "' , d  • daughter of Mr. and M ' .... ,:" .............  :i:.':: . .... e n ,m.YCaildrenand , from beginners to experts, vm. ,m, .......... o,," [l[ ;  ....... " : | °' -- i m" Pa :t.mectious that There are classes for Black :' ,;;-,;,,z,,,,o-=,,,.,,, [ : • _ ** °'.*hon can Lamb, Grade and Registered ......  BAr .......... " ................. lrs. S a'oun service at cnurcn june 21 l[   • : . ............  b,r lvar ne mus uv more lmporang man ti,a' cement shee.P, o  ..... hob ht,,, .... The plant on the church ,  ., the bank president," happy youngsters seem to be  "  - Mraar .... **,,,,,,,,,,,,v,=,o, altar last Sunday was given hy . :.,,": thinking as "Bozo" hands out the helium-filled • , • • - :.. me . --,,, nild evening, July 23 only ........ :_ i. ..... t ,t. ...... F: . - . .. ,  =.ddl uu.v.s at ens iver ..,m= u.,,=,. . _ _ h VaP t . dOlUmUn m nunu[ ut ,tm: ma.y   : /  , ..... " . 1?it Lf useful The sheep show ls scheduled -:fts she h-s -Even and con   [ - -- -- ('l''J’ Ar'f'--"L:-- - ' /ice Fi,,'raation t ^ for Friday July 24 at 2 n m  . ?  _ . )"    ..... 1 1 ll t"m4[-@ €/wg4€.i 00' ta ." . -' - ' '" " -tinues to gwe m ner cnurcn ,. •  %  ii,: , Iktothew wth Jud e Russell Batten ......................................... ........ ::; ........ she  th fam y ......  ....... .:, ,; ern from from W. Topsham. A. trophy ....... - / .......... :’::>:= .......... : tito:wa%W'abn!eh hespl  / '! Ul e.. co c dt a special All exhibitors are'en- g" ' m who  ...... .4.°, . reeom- couraged to send ,n the, rentry ....................... t  l  HI l }" |a. II, ,JL |-J,S|| tal h lop . • Mrs. Mildred Mmke a •  . ioni uy eo " , ' " ' discharged from the hospital i : I npleted Miller s Store, E Topsham; .......... ;ti°J'_ .avasm Button s Store, Chelsea ; Four ,. "ome of her son in Barre A  I1 I 'H ,istO  . , • June 20 and is convalesclng at xi-' share Seasons, Bradford; or from men "   I m    ' p,.' about the Superintendents of the : =,,r -,,, m m mm   ,.,, ,. . .,. , n " rllV .eont 'show, Jennie Eilertsen, llll 1,: -.-  m   ilimml ,M.//P'AHU I tn'i I J...."'atStedby Corinth, 439-5855  l r [' 1 llJ I    w--r-- =I., ] • "-  m - = ;--. , n,n  L _ ,. ..... • ORGANIZER--Katie earonto (left), who with fellow .....  /  z'( .8,,,, [ dirtier  I[1, ......... i employee Ruth Karner, organized Wells River __,. , ellever . . .z ..... "Y l Savin s week long celebration, announces P eff  g " ,, ...... ..... : f  ....  ............................. ........   ....  "J"   ) winner wzth local youngster doing the (lrawing. |[! -, ) " , ..... '  i !.Lady in the IN     Ij _A 1; ,='r<7 W i :se0t Pet if l d Dad said I could # ,, ..... lm 00ffi mm 8 GREEN St. . LITTLETON [ i[ iklh.dtOUldntletitinthehouse x '" F'Io o make a pen at Grarnpa's ;    r  ,,,//  ! ...... I i  Please be advised P-" '-^ - .............. ' an ',meclassifieos Y , : :: : : ' ........ ':<  ; tttt, ulc Ut)pUllt lllOlll[leS t ifi Y kin . ou SHE S A DOLL--- One of I :  >:. ? ;" l d of e • =  = .( = shown on the books of the National Bank of te '.. t 0 P t and pen an the the many exhibits at Wells i     , • . :i, dTy, .kti;:'ilf Pinn/ti__ [I ..............   : ? IP. New bury, of the Villa ge of WellsRz ver, Town of v. make a Illever out I • rover awngs uana um-u,;  Z / : I m'- ....... Newbury, County of Orange, Vermont, as of the ',',1 in celebration ......  ;. ..... ' ..... close of business on June 12, 1981, have been |  samit?eo2ftlelmNbsaetb:qote  = Federal Deposit Insurance Act. The separate CLIP & MAIL BLANK TODAY! ;he Clown entertains CLOWNING--"Bozo" youngsters at Wells River Savings Bank celebration, celebration June 22-26. SQUARE DANCER-Six-year-old Gretchen Clough of N. Haverhill is all ready for the street square dance during Wells River Savings Bank's week-long EXHIBITS--Antique toy car and doll _ . with quilt in background were part of I Haole Wells River Savings Bank exhibits. ---'"-:)mmvn Auto Sales I 181 South Main Street ' Route 120 Lebanon, N.H. Barre, Vermont 802-479-0540 I TASKER S WELL We Need Your Business! Our Business Is Going In The Hole. 942-5581 Nodhwood, N.H. insurance of its deposits will therefore terminate at the end of six (6) months from the above date or, in the case of a time deposit, the earliest maturity date after the six-month period. You are advised that the undersigned bank is an insured bank and that your deposits will continue to be insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in the manner and to the extent provided in said Act. Any depositor of the National Bank of Newbury objecting to said assumption has a right to withdraw the entire amount or any part of his assumed deposit upon demand made on or before sixty (60) days from the date hereof, subject to any penalties contained in the deposit agreement. Wells River Savings Bank Wells River, Vermont