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• " July 7, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 Morrill students on honor roll HAVERHILL-- The principal at Haverhill Academy Junior High School has announced that the following students will be listed on the fourth marking period honor roll. '  They are: 8th GRADE Principal's List -- Michele Fagnant, Jacques Finlay, ...... " Becky Keniston, and Pamela Reed. High Honor Roll -- Tracy ,b.,.  Allbee, Deidra Ames, Amy .... .... Barry, Jacmes Brooks, Cindy Lennon, Todd Nickerson, Deanna Patten, Kathy Spencer, Jim Thayer, Leslie Walker, Heather Wood, Michele Wright, Clarence Thayer, and Ralph Hudson. tlonor Roll -- Wendy Hanson, Mark Haskins, Dalleen Kaiser, Kenneth Kinder, Ronald King, Rammy Wright, Kristina Mallett, f Dawn Burleson, and Karen Woods. 7th GRADE High Honor Roll -- Pamela Clark, Mary Norcross, Howard Patoine, Arnold Smith, Laurie Walker, Danny Woods, John Wright, Vicki INTRODUCED-- The Wells River Savings Bank introduced its 24 teller, nick-named "Penny Annie". State Treasurer Emory cut the ceremonial ribbon while Senator Gerald Morse (right) and bank Tilghman (left) watch. Obituaries Jesse Gilbert, dies after a lon00 illness PIERMONT-- Jesse G. Gilbert, 88, died Tuesday, June 29, at the Cottage Hospital after a long illness. He was born on March 3, 1894, in Monroe, the son of George and Melvina (DeWitt) Gi[bert. He lived in Canaan and Amherst before moving to Piermont, where he lived for COMMENDATION MEDAL--Major Charles Hanson, former 2nd Battalion the past13 years. Mr. Gilbert was employed executive officer was presented the Army Commendation Medal by Battalion by Central Vermont Power of Commander LTC Roland Couture. The medal was presented for meritorious Bradford, Vt., for more than service. 13 years, and also in Ludlow, Vt, for more than 17 years. He i was a retired electrician from Pratt & Whitney Aircraft in Clark, Heather Foote, Ken Kunkler, and Kiersten Weiss. WOODSVILLE-- Charlie vivability of the soldier on the center. BRADFORD-- The principal Honor Roll -- Brian Simano, Battery drilled on June 26 and modern battlefield. The enlisted men's club at Oxbow High School listed 27. The field artillery unit We had two men return offered a scholarship to area the following students for Holly Warren, and Rhonda returned from Annual from basic training. PV1 high school seniors this year. recognition on the honor roll. Hurlbert. Robert Rngar, Lisbon, N.H. This year's recipient was Miss They are: (high honor returned from Ft. Sill, Darla Dion of Lisbon High students in boid type) ARMY NATIONAL GUARD Meriden, Conn. Oxbow recognizes C. BatteryZndBN Training 82 at Fort Drum, center. PFCGaryMartelwas roll smu 197thFA N.Y. on May 29. This year's promoted to SP4. SP4 Martel honor Woodsville, N.H. training centered on sur- is assigned to the fire direction Oklahoma. PV1 Rugar is School. 12TH GRADE -- Alison assigned as a cannoneer to a On June 27 Major Charles Brierley, Annette Brooks, Rex howitzer section. PV1 Martin Hanson, N. Haverhill, N.H. Burroughs, Marsha Carbee, Spencer, Warren, N.H. was presented the Army Barbara Carson, Kathy Colby, and returned from Ft. Dix, N.J. Commendation Medal by the Angela Dobbins, Laura PV1 Spencer is assigned as a 2nd Battalion commander, Downing, Karin The Nile and the Zambesi He was a member of Black River Grange No. 535 of Ludlow and the Social-Summit Lodge No. 50 of Canaan. He is survived by his wife, Bernice Mabel (Luce) of Piermont; two half-sisters, Gladys Bedell of Morrisville, Vt., and Helena Johnson of E. Thetford; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held in the Piermont Congregational Church, with the Rev. Robert Robb of- ficiating. Burial was to be in the Upper Plain Cemetery in Bradford. along the cliff facing the Camera Safari plateau with head-high Egyptian Museum, # II D  |ued from page 7) a[th-ough there is - klle°nae available n  Sale of native , and in the aiStry, which has u s reached its full ,as., Agriculture, too, ..POtentials if there ;o$'gation and fer- Daphne Sanborn, Kris Search, Jerry Smith, Lisa Welch, Sheila Williams, and Scott Smith. 9TH GRADE -- Brigitta Bradford, Marlene Corliss, Heidi Hood, Sweet Pea Hoots, Lisa 'Kulikowski, Stuart Catkin, Elber Edson, Becky Ledwith, Theresa Ottina, Sharon Randall, Penny Wark, falls, we are absolutely drenched with spray. The moisture also produces a narrow strip of rain forest or jungle along the top of the cliff, in contrast to the tin- der-dry surrounding area. Even though we cannot see all of the falls at once, the We spent five days on a coarse grass and scattered camera safari at the trees, also a lot of stumps Chibembe Camp in South where elephants have Luangwa National Park. knocked down trees to eat There were animals theleaves andtwigs. everywhere, including the Whenever we saw baby camp area, which was elephants, the adults would overrun with monkeys and gather around them to baboons. From the river- protect them. One night various mosques, churches, etc. The Great Pyramid was as huge and impressive as expected, and it was an eerie experience going inside it and up a long sloping passageway to the pharoah's tomb. Of course like many other tourists we also each Dwyer, food specialist to the kitchen LTC Roland Couture, at the Janice Emerson, Marlsa section. Woodsville Armory. Major Fatherley, Masherrie Flye, PV2 Leslie Wright, Warren, Hanson was a former 2rid and AnneFord. N.H. left June 28 for Ft. Sill, Battalion Executive Officer Also, Babette Gendron, Oklahoma to attend Advanced and was the commander of John Grow, Kris Herman, Individual Training. PV2 Charlie battery for several David Higgins, Alan Wright is a cannoneer years. The Commendation Jesseman, Jac Larabee, Sheri Kulikowski, Joy assigned to a howitzer section. Medal cited Major Hanson for Morgan, Anna Novick, Daren Brenda Okaman, Jewell Whitman, Brett Sutherland, and Joel Beckley. 8TH GRADE -- Scott Allard, Ketth Button, Sarita Dobbins, John Dwyer, David Eckman, Tim Ford, Robert Gilson, Chris Haviland, Julie Leland, Tanya AUCTION .˘Ittring the dry ifl Jh Pray of the falls d,ite visiting the hotel grounds at went on foot, and it was quite and kudu. There was also a primitive methods. Grade 3-- Alijandro Keniston, Carol Leonard, and Boudreault, Bridget Brown, Chris May. SATURDAY, JULY 10 -- for Cliff Hartwell, Chelsea, I wall with night, alarming the guests, a parade: first an armed great variety of birds, many Most of the farm women st great clouds The first night we were there game guard, then a guide to of them brightly-colored, kept to the old traditions by be seen for we heard several shots close point out and name the such as the lilac-breasted always wearing long black giving the by, and were told the next animals, then 7 or 8 of us roller, and flocks of little dresses and head coverings name, "Musi- morning about the big tourists, followed by aporter bright green Nyasa when appearing in public, ;o: ar "smoke that "hippo hunt", which suc- carrying our lunch in a box lovebirds, and drawing the cloth across ,e When walking ceeded in scaring him away. on his head. We crossed the The weather was quite their faces when confronted river in a canoe, the paddles comfortable, as it is now by a stranger, especially one • consisting of a stick bolted to their wintertime. It was also with a camera. Even little a's r], e,role,t a toilet seat cover-- which the dry season, and it was girls in the city had the same wo,.-.i:  made a fine paddle for really dry, as the rainy horror of a camera -- :oo "[adford h shallow water. Wehadtogo season hadstoppedamonth although little boys were , sc ool fairly close to the hippos, but or two earlier than usual, delighted to pose. 'page 1) and crowding problem at the we were quiet and they Some of the parks are Allinall, this vacation was er " Yers. "'I'm under school and to recommend a decided to give us right-of- overstocked with certain a once-in-a-lifetime ex- ion that's who it cost effective solution. He said way. . animals, such as the deer- perience that we wouldn't ,," he said. State the state's department of Twice we crossed the rover like impala, so that the grass have missed for anything. Kenyon said he education officially regards on a cable ferry, which we is seriously overgrazed. On ;c0 VOted for the Bradford Elementary School had to operate ourselves, the other hand, the survival ,aid Package "to as overcrowded. The first day was O.K., but of other species, such as the Old purpose- to Much of the discussion at by the next day the water rhino, is constantly /'illial'n Ro6e  property tax the meeting centered around level had dropped several threatened by poachers. c''  give the schools Bradford resident and Oxbow inches, and the ferry Mter we left the camp we Haliied for School Board member Dan dragged on the bottom, so read in the newspaper that 40 lobler cruise : said a 6.8 per- Perry's plea for a non-accrued the driver had to jockey the poachers had been arrested teacher system of balancing accounts. Land Rover around to make in the park while we were BRADFORD-- William E. ,level After considerable less weight on the corner there, and they had quite a Rose, Jr. of Bradford was a of"two discussion and a voice vote, that was dragging. We all load of rhino horns and Regional Qualifier for the costs," and the school board will continue pulled just as hard as we elephant tusks. Down East Ocean Cruise and costs with its new system. Perry could pull on the cable and Zambia has a large variety Lobster Bake sponsored by rate hikes and had maintained the old system finally got to the other side. and great numbers of game the Manchester Regional costs this was easier for the taxpayer to It was quite an adventure, animals, with considerable Office of Metropolitan Life last year's understand. The park terrain was not tourist potential -- not yet as Insurance Company. Grading Changes jungle, but a fairly high commercialized as Kenya. Rose was one of 48 qualifiers effect of the Some voters also voiced In some areas of Zambia, for this event which was held raise, in- concern over what they saw as controlled hunting is on June 17 sailing from allowed, but we hunted only Portland Harbor, Me. for benefits a move by the administration Cross), the at the elementary school to with a check_list of16 separate with the camera on this trip. The Manchester Region switch to a non-letter grade skills required and whether or Collecting consists of Vermont, New kin- system of student evaluation, not the child had ac- Warthog Ticks Hampshire, Maine and a part and LaRoek defended a new complished those skills. As in America, the wildlife of Massachusetts. cOsts due to grading policy at the school Elections population can act as a Rose began his career with were the which he said would increase No new officers for the reservoir of diseases that Metropolitan in Marchof1982. budget in- parents' ability to follow what district were elected at the infect domestic animals. He specializes in life, health, their children are learning meeting. Hazel Pratt was re- While we were in Zambia auto, homeowners insurance and not learhing in school, elected as school trustee; visiting Dr. Schels, he was as well as annuities. involved in investigating the Rose and his wife, Ruth, the school The new system would, Henry McGreevy was re- to according to LaRock, replace elected as moderator; Ruth role of wild warthogs in reside with their two corn- a single grade for a subject Southworth will again serve as spreading African Swine daughters, Glenda and rollment such as reading and replace it treasurer; Storme Odell, Fever. Melanie, on Goshen Road in Leonard Dobbins, and Russell At the game park near Bradford, Vt. Kincaid will again serve as Victoria Falls, we helpedDr. auditors. Schels collect ticks from Tax Stabilization warthog dens (the ticks LIBRARIAN TO The tax stabilization request being the carrier of the BE HONORED from New England Bank virus). First we had to BRADFORD-- Retiring Support, a computer thump the top of the den with Bradford Librarian Laura programming firm planning a shovel to make sure the Dickey will be honored at an to locate in Bradford Village, warthog wasn't at home, open house celebration at the passed with no discussion by a then check for snakes, then Bradford Public Library on close voice vote called a two- collect surface dirt with a Sunday, July 18, from 3:00 thirds majority by the shovel, sift out the loose dirt p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The public is moderator, and spread the remainder on invited to attend. . a cloth in the bright sunlight. The ticks then started NORWICH FAIR moving around and could be NORWICH-- The Norwich picked out with forceps and Fair begins on Friday, July 9 put into a sample bottle. "' in the evening with a Lobster The ticks we collected  Supper and Rummage Sale. were flown to a research On Saturday, there will be a center in England to find out parade starting at 10:00 a.m. whether they contained the This will be followed by the Swine Fever virus.  usual many and varied events Egypt of the fair, which has brought We also spent three days in people to Norwich from far Cairo and vicinity, visiting © 9s2 Do,y Laboratories, Division of and wide in years past. the pyramids, sphinx, Sandoz. Inc., Lincoln, Nebraska 68501 Katie Emerson, Erika Fer- •Grade 6--Travis Anderson, nald, Michael Gherardi, Heather Bigelow, Jon Brooks, Kristen Lennon, Susan Lewis, Donna Citeroni, Vanessa Jason Morrill, Lance Tobey, English, Brandon Feid, Paul Heather Williams, Krlsten Fresolone, Paige O'Brien, Wolfe, and Harry Wright. Heather Olsen, Stephanie Grade 4-- Shawna Aldrich, Page, Scott Smas and Susanne Shawn Bigelow, Mark Smith. Dockham, Chrystal Lewis, Vt. Starting at 9:30 A.M. Selling furniture & tools. THURSDAY, JULY 15 -- Antiques, furniture & tools at Gray's Field, Rt. 5 Fairlee, Vt. Starting at 9:30 A.M. SATURDAY, JULY 24 -- for Madeline Linde of Tunbridge, Vt. Selling Furniture, Antiques & etc. Starts at 9:30 A.M. Auction each and every Monday at the East Thetford Comm. Sales Barn, East Thetford; Vt. Sale starts at 2 P.M. Selling Livestock of all kinds. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. Ethan Frechette, Rachel QUOTE EASTTHETFORD, VT. Frezza, Kristen Hatch, Joshua "Experience is a dear 7854348 OR 785-2161 Steenburgh, Samantha school but fools will learn in I I I ill ii ii Stoddard, and Jeff Simano. no other." Grade 5-- Maria Bartzis, Benjamin Franklin --A ' At Gray's Field, Route 5. Fairlee, Vt. AUCTION THURSDAY, JULY 15 Starting at 9:30 A.M. FURNITURF_r--ANTIQUES & TOOLS Oak table & 4 chairs, press back chairs, 4 drawer chest w- mirror, lamps, stands, wood bed, Philco auto washer, nearly new % bed mattress, bureau, chrome kitchen set, victrola, new wood stoves, gas hot plate, Coleman camp stove, ox yokes, camp heater, 2 wheelbarrows, plastic pipe, iron earner feeders, log binders, cable chains, chain falls, barbed wire, canvas, ice tongs, building jacks, elec. grass trimmers, hand saws, axe, sledge hammer, Ford draw bar, iron bars, shovels, rakes, forks, new vise, shop vacuum, and a quantity of hand tools, 2- 825 x 20 recap tires. This is only a partial list of what there is to sell. TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK LUNCH ON GROUNDS AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. EAST THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 OR 785-2161 I I II I DISPLAYS-- Fireworks were displayed at Woodsville and at Bear Ridge in Bradford as well as other areas. Above is just a sample of some of the spectacular displays. AUCTION At my place, located on Route 113, 3 miles from Chelsea, Vt. SATURDAY, JULY 10 STARTING AT 9:30A.M. SHARP FURNITURE Lamps, T.V., 4 slice toaster, 2- refrigerators, suit cases, scatter rugs, small wood stove, picnic table, flower pots, large trunk, quantity of dishes, gas camp stove, etc. TOOLS Elec. compressor & paint gun, elec. chainsaw, elec. grinder, Alum. ext. ladder, 2- power mowers, post hole digger, threader& pipe cutter, plastic pipe, saw & miter box, 12 volt battery, hand scythe, bolt cutters, jacks, cedar pasts & fencing, chemical toilet, cable chains, forks, hoes, rakes, levels, coil of rope, roof coating, antique strap hinges, elec. hedge trimmer, used lumber & 2 x 6, wood pile, pieces of granite, plus many other items too numerous to mention. 1971 Ford Pinto for parts ft. camper trailer w-ice box, sink & lights. • TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK LUNCH ON GROUNDS OWNER: CLIFF HARTWELL, CHELSEA, VT. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. EAST THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 or 785-2161 • " July 7, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 Morrill students on honor roll HAVERHILL-- The principal at Haverhill Academy Junior High School has announced that the following students will be listed on the fourth marking period honor roll. '  They are: 8th GRADE Principal's List -- Michele Fagnant, Jacques Finlay, ...... " Becky Keniston, and Pamela Reed. High Honor Roll -- Tracy ,b.,.  Allbee, Deidra Ames, Amy .... .... Barry, Jacmes Brooks, Cindy Lennon, Todd Nickerson, Deanna Patten, Kathy Spencer, Jim Thayer, Leslie Walker, Heather Wood, Michele Wright, Clarence Thayer, and Ralph Hudson. tlonor Roll -- Wendy Hanson, Mark Haskins, Dalleen Kaiser, Kenneth Kinder, Ronald King, Rammy Wright, Kristina Mallett, f Dawn Burleson, and Karen Woods. 7th GRADE High Honor Roll -- Pamela Clark, Mary Norcross, Howard Patoine, Arnold Smith, Laurie Walker, Danny Woods, John Wright, Vicki INTRODUCED-- The Wells River Savings Bank introduced its 24 teller, nick-named "Penny Annie". State Treasurer Emory cut the ceremonial ribbon while Senator Gerald Morse (right) and bank Tilghman (left) watch. Obituaries Jesse Gilbert, dies after a lon00 illness PIERMONT-- Jesse G. Gilbert, 88, died Tuesday, June 29, at the Cottage Hospital after a long illness. He was born on March 3, 1894, in Monroe, the son of George and Melvina (DeWitt) Gi[bert. He lived in Canaan and Amherst before moving to Piermont, where he lived for COMMENDATION MEDAL--Major Charles Hanson, former 2nd Battalion the past13 years. Mr. Gilbert was employed executive officer was presented the Army Commendation Medal by Battalion by Central Vermont Power of Commander LTC Roland Couture. The medal was presented for meritorious Bradford, Vt., for more than service. 13 years, and also in Ludlow, Vt, for more than 17 years. He i was a retired electrician from Pratt & Whitney Aircraft in Clark, Heather Foote, Ken Kunkler, and Kiersten Weiss. WOODSVILLE-- Charlie vivability of the soldier on the center. BRADFORD-- The principal Honor Roll -- Brian Simano, Battery drilled on June 26 and modern battlefield. The enlisted men's club at Oxbow High School listed 27. The field artillery unit We had two men return offered a scholarship to area the following students for Holly Warren, and Rhonda returned from Annual from basic training. PV1 high school seniors this year. recognition on the honor roll. Hurlbert. Robert Rngar, Lisbon, N.H. This year's recipient was Miss They are: (high honor returned from Ft. Sill, Darla Dion of Lisbon High students in boid type) ARMY NATIONAL GUARD Meriden, Conn. Oxbow recognizes C. BatteryZndBN Training 82 at Fort Drum, center. PFCGaryMartelwas roll smu 197thFA N.Y. on May 29. This year's promoted to SP4. SP4 Martel honor Woodsville, N.H. training centered on sur- is assigned to the fire direction Oklahoma. PV1 Rugar is School. 12TH GRADE -- Alison assigned as a cannoneer to a On June 27 Major Charles Brierley, Annette Brooks, Rex howitzer section. PV1 Martin Hanson, N. Haverhill, N.H. Burroughs, Marsha Carbee, Spencer, Warren, N.H. was presented the Army Barbara Carson, Kathy Colby, and returned from Ft. Dix, N.J. Commendation Medal by the Angela Dobbins, Laura PV1 Spencer is assigned as a 2nd Battalion commander, Downing, Karin The Nile and the Zambesi He was a member of Black River Grange No. 535 of Ludlow and the Social-Summit Lodge No. 50 of Canaan. He is survived by his wife, Bernice Mabel (Luce) of Piermont; two half-sisters, Gladys Bedell of Morrisville, Vt., and Helena Johnson of E. Thetford; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held in the Piermont Congregational Church, with the Rev. Robert Robb of- ficiating. Burial was to be in the Upper Plain Cemetery in Bradford. along the cliff facing the Camera Safari plateau with head-high Egyptian Museum, # II D  |ued from page 7) a[th-ough there is - klle°nae available n  Sale of native , and in the aiStry, which has u s reached its full ,as., Agriculture, too, ..POtentials if there ;o$'gation and fer- Daphne Sanborn, Kris Search, Jerry Smith, Lisa Welch, Sheila Williams, and Scott Smith. 9TH GRADE -- Brigitta Bradford, Marlene Corliss, Heidi Hood, Sweet Pea Hoots, Lisa 'Kulikowski, Stuart Catkin, Elber Edson, Becky Ledwith, Theresa Ottina, Sharon Randall, Penny Wark, falls, we are absolutely drenched with spray. The moisture also produces a narrow strip of rain forest or jungle along the top of the cliff, in contrast to the tin- der-dry surrounding area. Even though we cannot see all of the falls at once, the We spent five days on a coarse grass and scattered camera safari at the trees, also a lot of stumps Chibembe Camp in South where elephants have Luangwa National Park. knocked down trees to eat There were animals theleaves andtwigs. everywhere, including the Whenever we saw baby camp area, which was elephants, the adults would overrun with monkeys and gather around them to baboons. From the river- protect them. One night various mosques, churches, etc. The Great Pyramid was as huge and impressive as expected, and it was an eerie experience going inside it and up a long sloping passageway to the pharoah's tomb. Of course like many other tourists we also each Dwyer, food specialist to the kitchen LTC Roland Couture, at the Janice Emerson, Marlsa section. Woodsville Armory. Major Fatherley, Masherrie Flye, PV2 Leslie Wright, Warren, Hanson was a former 2rid and AnneFord. N.H. left June 28 for Ft. Sill, Battalion Executive Officer Also, Babette Gendron, Oklahoma to attend Advanced and was the commander of John Grow, Kris Herman, Individual Training. PV2 Charlie battery for several David Higgins, Alan Wright is a cannoneer years. The Commendation Jesseman, Jac Larabee, Sheri Kulikowski, Joy assigned to a howitzer section. Medal cited Major Hanson for Morgan, Anna Novick, Daren Brenda Okaman, Jewell Whitman, Brett Sutherland, and Joel Beckley. 8TH GRADE -- Scott Allard, Ketth Button, Sarita Dobbins, John Dwyer, David Eckman, Tim Ford, Robert Gilson, Chris Haviland, Julie Leland, Tanya AUCTION .˘Ittring the dry ifl Jh Pray of the falls d,ite visiting the hotel grounds at went on foot, and it was quite and kudu. There was also a primitive methods. Grade 3-- Alijandro Keniston, Carol Leonard, and Boudreault, Bridget Brown, Chris May. SATURDAY, JULY 10 -- for Cliff Hartwell, Chelsea, I wall with night, alarming the guests, a parade: first an armed great variety of birds, many Most of the farm women st great clouds The first night we were there game guard, then a guide to of them brightly-colored, kept to the old traditions by be seen for we heard several shots close point out and name the such as the lilac-breasted always wearing long black giving the by, and were told the next animals, then 7 or 8 of us roller, and flocks of little dresses and head coverings name, "Musi- morning about the big tourists, followed by aporter bright green Nyasa when appearing in public, ;o: ar "smoke that "hippo hunt", which suc- carrying our lunch in a box lovebirds, and drawing the cloth across ,e When walking ceeded in scaring him away. on his head. We crossed the The weather was quite their faces when confronted river in a canoe, the paddles comfortable, as it is now by a stranger, especially one • consisting of a stick bolted to their wintertime. It was also with a camera. Even little a's r], e,role,t a toilet seat cover-- which the dry season, and it was girls in the city had the same wo,.-.i:  made a fine paddle for really dry, as the rainy horror of a camera -- :oo "[adford h shallow water. Wehadtogo season hadstoppedamonth although little boys were , sc ool fairly close to the hippos, but or two earlier than usual, delighted to pose. 'page 1) and crowding problem at the we were quiet and they Some of the parks are Allinall, this vacation was er " Yers. "'I'm under school and to recommend a decided to give us right-of- overstocked with certain a once-in-a-lifetime ex- ion that's who it cost effective solution. He said way. . animals, such as the deer- perience that we wouldn't ,," he said. State the state's department of Twice we crossed the rover like impala, so that the grass have missed for anything. Kenyon said he education officially regards on a cable ferry, which we is seriously overgrazed. On ;c0 VOted for the Bradford Elementary School had to operate ourselves, the other hand, the survival ,aid Package "to as overcrowded. The first day was O.K., but of other species, such as the Old purpose- to Much of the discussion at by the next day the water rhino, is constantly /'illial'n Ro6e  property tax the meeting centered around level had dropped several threatened by poachers. c''  give the schools Bradford resident and Oxbow inches, and the ferry Mter we left the camp we Haliied for School Board member Dan dragged on the bottom, so read in the newspaper that 40 lobler cruise : said a 6.8 per- Perry's plea for a non-accrued the driver had to jockey the poachers had been arrested teacher system of balancing accounts. Land Rover around to make in the park while we were BRADFORD-- William E. ,level After considerable less weight on the corner there, and they had quite a Rose, Jr. of Bradford was a of"two discussion and a voice vote, that was dragging. We all load of rhino horns and Regional Qualifier for the costs," and the school board will continue pulled just as hard as we elephant tusks. Down East Ocean Cruise and costs with its new system. Perry could pull on the cable and Zambia has a large variety Lobster Bake sponsored by rate hikes and had maintained the old system finally got to the other side. and great numbers of game the Manchester Regional costs this was easier for the taxpayer to It was quite an adventure, animals, with considerable Office of Metropolitan Life last year's understand. The park terrain was not tourist potential -- not yet as Insurance Company. Grading Changes jungle, but a fairly high commercialized as Kenya. Rose was one of 48 qualifiers effect of the Some voters also voiced In some areas of Zambia, for this event which was held raise, in- concern over what they saw as controlled hunting is on June 17 sailing from allowed, but we hunted only Portland Harbor, Me. for benefits a move by the administration Cross), the at the elementary school to with a check_list of16 separate with the camera on this trip. The Manchester Region switch to a non-letter grade skills required and whether or Collecting consists of Vermont, New kin- system of student evaluation, not the child had ac- Warthog Ticks Hampshire, Maine and a part and LaRoek defended a new complished those skills. As in America, the wildlife of Massachusetts. cOsts due to grading policy at the school Elections population can act as a Rose began his career with were the which he said would increase No new officers for the reservoir of diseases that Metropolitan in Marchof1982. budget in- parents' ability to follow what district were elected at the infect domestic animals. He specializes in life, health, their children are learning meeting. Hazel Pratt was re- While we were in Zambia auto, homeowners insurance and not learhing in school, elected as school trustee; visiting Dr. Schels, he was as well as annuities. involved in investigating the Rose and his wife, Ruth, the school The new system would, Henry McGreevy was re- to according to LaRock, replace elected as moderator; Ruth role of wild warthogs in reside with their two corn- a single grade for a subject Southworth will again serve as spreading African Swine daughters, Glenda and rollment such as reading and replace it treasurer; Storme Odell, Fever. Melanie, on Goshen Road in Leonard Dobbins, and Russell At the game park near Bradford, Vt. Kincaid will again serve as Victoria Falls, we helpedDr. auditors. Schels collect ticks from Tax Stabilization warthog dens (the ticks LIBRARIAN TO The tax stabilization request being the carrier of the BE HONORED from New England Bank virus). First we had to BRADFORD-- Retiring Support, a computer thump the top of the den with Bradford Librarian Laura programming firm planning a shovel to make sure the Dickey will be honored at an to locate in Bradford Village, warthog wasn't at home, open house celebration at the passed with no discussion by a then check for snakes, then Bradford Public Library on close voice vote called a two- collect surface dirt with a Sunday, July 18, from 3:00 thirds majority by the shovel, sift out the loose dirt p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The public is moderator, and spread the remainder on invited to attend. . a cloth in the bright sunlight. The ticks then started NORWICH FAIR moving around and could be NORWICH-- The Norwich picked out with forceps and Fair begins on Friday, July 9 put into a sample bottle. "' in the evening with a Lobster The ticks we collected  Supper and Rummage Sale. were flown to a research On Saturday, there will be a center in England to find out parade starting at 10:00 a.m. whether they contained the This will be followed by the Swine Fever virus.  usual many and varied events Egypt of the fair, which has brought We also spent three days in people to Norwich from far Cairo and vicinity, visiting © 9s2 Do,y Laboratories, Division of and wide in years past. the pyramids, sphinx, Sandoz. Inc., Lincoln, Nebraska 68501 Katie Emerson, Erika Fer- •Grade 6--Travis Anderson, nald, Michael Gherardi, Heather Bigelow, Jon Brooks, Kristen Lennon, Susan Lewis, Donna Citeroni, Vanessa Jason Morrill, Lance Tobey, English, Brandon Feid, Paul Heather Williams, Krlsten Fresolone, Paige O'Brien, Wolfe, and Harry Wright. Heather Olsen, Stephanie Grade 4-- Shawna Aldrich, Page, Scott Smas and Susanne Shawn Bigelow, Mark Smith. Dockham, Chrystal Lewis, Vt. Starting at 9:30 A.M. Selling furniture & tools. THURSDAY, JULY 15 -- Antiques, furniture & tools at Gray's Field, Rt. 5 Fairlee, Vt. Starting at 9:30 A.M. SATURDAY, JULY 24 -- for Madeline Linde of Tunbridge, Vt. Selling Furniture, Antiques & etc. Starts at 9:30 A.M. Auction each and every Monday at the East Thetford Comm. Sales Barn, East Thetford; Vt. Sale starts at 2 P.M. Selling Livestock of all kinds. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. Ethan Frechette, Rachel QUOTE EASTTHETFORD, VT. Frezza, Kristen Hatch, Joshua "Experience is a dear 7854348 OR 785-2161 Steenburgh, Samantha school but fools will learn in I I I ill ii ii Stoddard, and Jeff Simano. no other." Grade 5-- Maria Bartzis, Benjamin Franklin --A ' At Gray's Field, Route 5. Fairlee, Vt. AUCTION THURSDAY, JULY 15 Starting at 9:30 A.M. FURNITURF_r--ANTIQUES & TOOLS Oak table & 4 chairs, press back chairs, 4 drawer chest w- mirror, lamps, stands, wood bed, Philco auto washer, nearly new % bed mattress, bureau, chrome kitchen set, victrola, new wood stoves, gas hot plate, Coleman camp stove, ox yokes, camp heater, 2 wheelbarrows, plastic pipe, iron earner feeders, log binders, cable chains, chain falls, barbed wire, canvas, ice tongs, building jacks, elec. grass trimmers, hand saws, axe, sledge hammer, Ford draw bar, iron bars, shovels, rakes, forks, new vise, shop vacuum, and a quantity of hand tools, 2- 825 x 20 recap tires. This is only a partial list of what there is to sell. TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK LUNCH ON GROUNDS AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. EAST THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 OR 785-2161 I I II I DISPLAYS-- Fireworks were displayed at Woodsville and at Bear Ridge in Bradford as well as other areas. Above is just a sample of some of the spectacular displays. AUCTION At my place, located on Route 113, 3 miles from Chelsea, Vt. SATURDAY, JULY 10 STARTING AT 9:30A.M. SHARP FURNITURE Lamps, T.V., 4 slice toaster, 2- refrigerators, suit cases, scatter rugs, small wood stove, picnic table, flower pots, large trunk, quantity of dishes, gas camp stove, etc. TOOLS Elec. compressor & paint gun, elec. chainsaw, elec. grinder, Alum. ext. ladder, 2- power mowers, post hole digger, threader& pipe cutter, plastic pipe, saw & miter box, 12 volt battery, hand scythe, bolt cutters, jacks, cedar pasts & fencing, chemical toilet, cable chains, forks, hoes, rakes, levels, coil of rope, roof coating, antique strap hinges, elec. hedge trimmer, used lumber & 2 x 6, wood pile, pieces of granite, plus many other items too numerous to mention. 1971 Ford Pinto for parts ft. camper trailer w-ice box, sink & lights. • TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK LUNCH ON GROUNDS OWNER: CLIFF HARTWELL, CHELSEA, VT. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. EAST THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 or 785-2161