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" July 21, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 the time G METHODS-- The reason for using Urea with this method of is primarily for efficiency and speed so that a lot of acres can be right time when the nitrogen should be applied right when the corn it to cut down on the amount of leaching loss. The efficiency factor the Urea at this point should be up around 85 percent or so compared "lt it on with a liquid fertilizer or broadcast prior to the actual needs of the have anywheres from 30 to 65 percent efficiency which would then with leaching with nitrates and all the other things. To the grower i is that for dollar spent, he'll be getting a greater return in terms and total tonage on his corn and it'll be much higher quality because does not use any nitrogen until 40 growing days after it comes out At that point it then starts utilizing nitrogen roughly at about 4 lbs. td this year with the unusual weather it hasn't been until the past that it was really time to do it and with this excessive heat, corn is very rapidly and when it's properly balanced, corn can grow as a day. Now with this application on the field, this will be put on at When the corn will be starting to demand this nitrogen that it needs to an ear which will have upwards of I0 percent protein in It. ] II DIAMONDS from $195.00' uahty Jewelen Since 1923 Veaetable Charles Fogg, 22, dies in markedne . workshops Alaskan climbing accident BRADFORD-- Charles A. He was born on April4, 1960, w a junior at the University Woodsville, N. H. Tel. 749' 3482 Service - 9 o.m., t cheal, 9:45 1 o.m. Evening Prayer Mooting St. tdm's llm! amrcb Woodsville, N.H. Rev. Frances Potter, Holy Communion 1 st. 3rd and Sth Sunys - I 1:00 a.m. Morning Prayer, 2nd and 4th, Sundays- 11:00 o.m. amrdlef tim  Rev. Hysong, IStOr. Sunday, 9:45 .a.m., Sunday school 11 a.m., momi, g warship. 7 p.m., evening wship. Wednesday, 7:i5 p.m., mid-week service. UaSed tknkedbt Rev. William L. Shafev. poster. Sunday, 11 a.m., mong worso; church school for pre- school children. Tuesdays, 6:30 o.m., ram's breakfast. Hele Rutherford is leading o Bie study group at her home on Thursdays from 9:30-11 a.m ; everyone is welcome. Cohlq hlellt Churdl Albert E. Porker, imstar. Sunday, 10 a.m., Sunday school. I1:00 morning worship. 7 p.m. evemng service. Wednesday, 7 p.m,, prayer meeting. Saturday, 7 p.m., yaung ,eoe's rmeting. *, doy Services 11 Meeting, Wed. 2 planned POST MILLS-- The Vermont Department of Agriculture is holding three quality control and marketing workshops with vegetable growers and wholesale produce buyers located throughout the state. The workshops will discuss quality and condition problems and solutions, pre- cooling technology to extend product life, and handling practices commonly used on European vegetable farms. The dates, times, and locations of the workshops are set forth below. Date: Wednesday, July 21 Location: Tim & Jan Taylor's Farm, Post Mills, Vt. Time: 11:00 a.m. Date: Thursday, July 22 Location: Sheiburne Farms, Sheiburne, Vt. Time: I1:00 a.m. The workshops are part of a two-year market development project initiated by the Department of Agriculture to expedite the development of the fruit and vegetable in- dustry in Vermont. Contact Bob Reuse, Agricultural Development Division for additional in- formation. RECORD HOP WHITE RIVER jCT.-- There will be a Record Hop at the White River Junction American Legion Hall on Saturday, July 24 from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Admission: $3.00. DJ Bruce Maynard will spin records from the 1950's and '60's. I I School - 10:00- - 11:00 a.m,- - 6:30 p.m., dey Services- 9:30 Vermont 9=30 a,m. IBADIRD meunu.cc. IINILL Roy. John Knight Sunday Sorvices 10,45, Sunday .Schou 9:30 o.m. - O,Jkl m ProvKleO  mw Mefldl Clwh Bradford, Vt. Ray. James Boudreau, Seny ' Services 10:30 a.m. Sunday Scheal 9:1S o.m. a.m., Youth AIIAgeslnvited. Tutoring Sunday Scheat 9:45 o.m., Morning Worship 11:00 o.m., Mid-WHk lk'ble Study Thurs., Ralph Hysang. 7:30p.m. .m.. Wed,, 70rLedefhrpelunllltlpClh Bradford, Vt. f-oer .lames Cannon C.s.s.R. O.I. -7 Sat. MOss, 5:15 p.m. Sen. Mess., 9:00 md I1:00 o.m. ECLIPSE GRANGE o_ Y Eva Mass, 6,30 .and 10 a.m. I I I THETFORD-- The Eclipse Vermont organized the first Grange held an open meeting State Grange in 1867, 115 years on July 13. It was Community ago. And it is still going Citizens Award night and the strong. public was invited. The lecturer presented The recipient of the award Emily with a beautiful car- was Mrs. Emily Hood, sage, and Mrs. June Stowell Thetford's town clerk and read a short resume of treasurer. Emily's life. Then the After the presentation of the National Lecturer presented flag, the Master Lee Fifield her with the citizens award introduced the National certificate and a marble Grange Lecturer Kermit paperweight. June Stowell Richardson. The programwas was also presented with a then taken over by Grange corsage in recognition of her lecturer Annie Boutwell. 12 years as the grange The opening song was secretary. "America the Beautiful." After the program everyone Donald Fifield played several enjoyed a social hour and piano selections. Katherine bountious refreshments. Wiencke played a flute solo. There was a beautiful cake The national lecturer spoke on decorated with the grange the many things that the symbol, made by Robert grange does, from the Grosse. subordinate level to the National level. For the communities, states and national interests. The grange was organized in 1866, just it6 years ago. Tim DePalo receives Air Force promotion LEBANON-- Timothy E. De Pulp, son of Joseph and Peggy M DePalo of Lebanon, N.H., has been promoted in the U.S. Air Force to the rank of senior  airman. c=qmqmu.c.. DePalo is a law en- Rev. John Haggorty, Sunday Services - 11 a.m. Church School 10 o.m. forcement specialist at Pease Air Force Base, N.H., with the .es men Chmh 509th Security Police Newbury, Vt. Rev. Joseph Rinoldi. Sunday SChool. 9:45 o.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. Squadron. Evening ellowhip, 7:30 p.m. Bible Study. He is a 1979 graduate of Wed.. 7:30 p.m. Lebanon High School. WELL DRILLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE ( (-',PL[ TF WATER YST[MS ISTALLED FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI Artesian Well Co. [ D [olrre Vt 476 483 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE L BOUT# mY fm, mk-d Advemit amnk Elder Lee Manning. Warship Service, .urday, 2:30 p.m. Rev. Lm Imrdng. Saturday Ymrvices - Sabbath School - 1 p.m. Wop Service - 2:30 p.m. Omll I16MI Prlllllrll*  " Rev. MarianT, Redding. Suminy Worship, 10 a,m. Church Schoul, 9 a.m. TNIWOID hpt Cknk Poster -- Jay Oler, 785-441NI. Sunday evemng service 7:00 p.m. (Thefford Orator Community Building). Sun. morning sarvice 10:45 o.m. Bible Study Thurs, evening 7:O0 p.m. at the DiHer'/home. I Obituaries Union Villcqle, Vt. Pastor -- Roy. Gary Wait. United Services during the winter with 1/kefferd Center Timothy  Clmnd Morning Service 10:30 a.m. All ages invited Wilts i.VBI COltlml ClNUl st, im, e amrdt Jasel Freund, Pastor, C.s.s.R. Saturday: Fiat Ceqml Stel J Pcdmer Istor Sunclb School  Night Mess - 7:00 p.m. Sunday Moss. - 9:30. 9,4s a m Mo W,, 11. ,,in! am. ..ices11,00 .,7. - .......  ;cY. .... ., mild Curt . -- .... " ..... - , . Rev.lrthur Oteney, Sunday last CeCengtqlttitannltU..C. Service 10:30 a.m. Child care provided., Richard A White. Pastor. Sunday Werdlip  Sunde School- 9 a.m. 11:00 om, Surly School 9:4S a.m., Pat Luck & Vespers Thursday, 6t00 p.m. Choir WBTWIY ., Sunday rehoersat, Thursys, 730p, rn. cu.cc. by. Jteph Uucoeer, Pastor. Sundey FAIlalEE Services 10=45 o.m., Church School - 10:45' -- St. Mm'9 ampol (llama) o.m. The Ray. Wiltim A*kiMon. Sunday Service, -- ...... 10:00a,m. HC first, thiNmdfiflh. Sundays -" " IFAIILH endMP, secondandfourthn(kep. ._.. WeatlrMmCeqnqndOedt " TheFeMiaeFedmllldCh*  Pastor, C Couk, Suncy School, 9dS 10:00 a.m., Rev. Arthur Boglay. Sundey a.m.; Worshp Service, 10:30 a.m.; Prayer Scho 10:00 a.m. Youth Fdiowsh Sunday Service (Sun.), 7:00 p.m,: Tues. Ladies Bible evening. Youth Fellowshi Grades 7  .Study, 10:00 o.m.; Fellowship Night (Wed.), 12. All ate wek:otae. 7,00 p.m. Fogg, 22, died July G, in Sitka, in Quincy, Mass., the son of of Vermont at the time of his , Alaska, from injuries Chester A. and Louise R. death, ic be held fo sustained in a mountain Fogg. He graduated from He is survived by his r es to . r climbing accident. Oxbow High School in 1978and brothers,parents of AlanBradfrd;of West'W Elizabeth Shultz 81 Fairlee, and Chester Jr. 9 Fabrizio honored for "Skipper" of Bradford; two ORFORD-- Memorial ser- three brothers, Bernhard and sisters, Linda Healy of East vices for Elizabeth Schultz, 81, Willy Schanze of Bremen, academic achievement Providence, R.I., and Nancy will be held at the Orford West Germany, and Walter Pitarys of Bradford; a Congregational Church SchanzeofLindenhurst, N.Y. many activities, including paternal grandmother, Grace student council, National Fogg of White River Junction Honor Society, band, drama, and Enfield, N.H.; aunts, yearbook, and the cross uncles, nieces and friends all country and running teams, over the world Citation winners are quite Graveside services were in unusual among the 4,000 the Sawyer Cemetery in undergraduates on the Dar- Bradford. The Rev. James tmouth campus, as members Boudreauofficiated. of the faculty are invited to In lieu of flowers, memorial submit Citation Reports only donations may be made to the when a student's work is Sitka Search and Rescue sufficiently distinguished to Squad, P.O. Box 116, Brad- merit special recognition, ford, Vt., 05033. Wednesday, July 21, at 2:00 In lieu of flowers, donations p.m. may be made to the Orford She was born in Congregational Church, .Delmenhorst, West Germany, in 1901 and had been a resident of Orford since 1948. She was active in the Orford Congregational Church, a member of Sirisis and Willing Workers clubs and taught German at the Boynton SchoOl in Orford. She is survived by her husband, Willie Schultz; and N. HAVERHILL-- A Dart- mouth College Freshman from Woodsville has been cited by a Professor of Russian Language and Literature for outstanding academic achievement during the past term. She is Miss Lynn Helen Fabrizio. Fabrizio was cited in Russian three "for a caliber of work well exceeding the standards for an A." Fabrizio is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fabrizio of N. Haverhill. Miss Fabrizio is a 1981 graduate of Woodsville, High School, where she was class valedictorian and involved in A LAYMAN'S GUIDE TO THE QUOTE "Discretion is seeing as much as you ought, not as much as you can." de Montaigne Sta00eme0000 BRADFORD NATIONAL BANK JUNE 30, 1982 The collection of numbers printed below is considered almost meaningless by almost everyone. In the interest of eflucation and a better understanding, Bradford National Bank herewith presents a generalized introduction of ho to read and understand a Statement of Condition. Other statements you see may not be as impressix e as ours. but they all work the same way. ThU. guide brought to you as a public service by the officers and directors of the Rradford National Bank. All our assets - that's a lot of money ! Cash and deposits we have at the Federal Reserve Bank and other banks. This is how your money earns interest. We in- vest it soundly by making loans to people and businesses-this helps us all to prespor. and by buying bonds of townships, school districts and the Government. What the bank owes to others. The money individuals, companies and municipalities deposit with us (checking ac- counts, saving cer- tificates of deposit, regular passbook savings.) These figures represent the invested and rein- vested funds of our stockholders. Earnings in excess of dividends, or as businessmen say, that part of profits "plowed back in" to keep im- proving our Bank. You'll notice this figure equals total asets. It balances and It is supposed to. A Statement of Condition is a bank's fewm of an accounting balance sheet. O ' I 65 percent of your ! ' c,r..*.y_ [ deposits have been ....... .,,,,,t, I reinvested in loans and / , .... I mortgages In the I" ........ [ communities we serve I c,,..==,,,,,-,.4..=.,,,-, I to fuel the economy. \\; L.,m u=, 77 ........ .= . .=   : / / / 1 grew lO per- / I :J-, ''J ...... --   / I cent over the samedate t o,,..,...,...,..  I last year -- well above /[ ---'  I the average of many *l fm tuml m  tetumm ml unew almemeat* te   I hawb Mtt- w.n IA =1 "*"''--'--"  . _ _ I every day have con- . ;il .*'?.=w,,u. i  I fldence in our Bank and \\; I ..*.',.-*'M-. ''*''-"'*' .....  I enjoy exclusive banking I \\; L '"r. .......... ...... :  I services. ,'---k--.---=. ,--,--- .......  -- I \\;1 .... .. ..............  of over 8 percent in total -,,*.*--- ......  worth over same date ,....., .....................  last year, indicates ,.,..,,.m,,,,m ................ business and service --..,..m.,.m.....us--,,, growth continue their **.' --  J ....  at one rapid pace of the o--jn...=..,n,.=,,,m ............  fastest growing bunks in ''"" "' "'  this area. T,V. EQTV WW .............. TOTAt. LITIS AO EOUITV CAPITAL ......... . S"...,. .... z..,2 -. July "L3e 1982 Member of the Federal Deposit htsurance (;orporation r 4 "Our Middle Name Is National" ' BRADFORD ' .... LYBt SLYB NATIONAL "iradford 222-$231 Faldee 333-4379 Thetford 785-2112 Newbury 666-5672 q. / Deposits ,nsured to S100, GO0 MEMBER FOIC By banking with its. y,,tt're re.king it ,,.sy for tts to do our job. ||'e thttnk vott. " t, *,4 " July 21, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 the time G METHODS-- The reason for using Urea with this method of is primarily for efficiency and speed so that a lot of acres can be right time when the nitrogen should be applied right when the corn it to cut down on the amount of leaching loss. The efficiency factor the Urea at this point should be up around 85 percent or so compared "lt it on with a liquid fertilizer or broadcast prior to the actual needs of the have anywheres from 30 to 65 percent efficiency which would then with leaching with nitrates and all the other things. To the grower i is that for dollar spent, he'll be getting a greater return in terms and total tonage on his corn and it'll be much higher quality because does not use any nitrogen until 40 growing days after it comes out At that point it then starts utilizing nitrogen roughly at about 4 lbs. td this year with the unusual weather it hasn't been until the past that it was really time to do it and with this excessive heat, corn is very rapidly and when it's properly balanced, corn can grow as a day. Now with this application on the field, this will be put on at When the corn will be starting to demand this nitrogen that it needs to an ear which will have upwards of I0 percent protein in It. ] II DIAMONDS from $195.00' uahty Jewelen Since 1923 Veaetable Charles Fogg, 22, dies in markedne . workshops Alaskan climbing accident BRADFORD-- Charles A. He was born on April4, 1960, w a junior at the University Woodsville, N. H. Tel. 749' 3482 Service - 9 o.m., t cheal, 9:45 1 o.m. Evening Prayer Mooting St. tdm's llm! amrcb Woodsville, N.H. Rev. Frances Potter, Holy Communion 1 st. 3rd and Sth Sunys - I 1:00 a.m. Morning Prayer, 2nd and 4th, Sundays- 11:00 o.m. amrdlef tim  Rev. Hysong, IStOr. Sunday, 9:45 .a.m., Sunday school 11 a.m., momi, g warship. 7 p.m., evening wship. Wednesday, 7:i5 p.m., mid-week service. UaSed tknkedbt Rev. William L. Shafev. poster. Sunday, 11 a.m., mong worso; church school for pre- school children. Tuesdays, 6:30 o.m., ram's breakfast. Hele Rutherford is leading o Bie study group at her home on Thursdays from 9:30-11 a.m ; everyone is welcome. Cohlq hlellt Churdl Albert E. Porker, imstar. Sunday, 10 a.m., Sunday school. I1:00 morning worship. 7 p.m. evemng service. Wednesday, 7 p.m,, prayer meeting. Saturday, 7 p.m., yaung ,eoe's rmeting. *, doy Services 11 Meeting, Wed. 2 planned POST MILLS-- The Vermont Department of Agriculture is holding three quality control and marketing workshops with vegetable growers and wholesale produce buyers located throughout the state. The workshops will discuss quality and condition problems and solutions, pre- cooling technology to extend product life, and handling practices commonly used on European vegetable farms. The dates, times, and locations of the workshops are set forth below. Date: Wednesday, July 21 Location: Tim & Jan Taylor's Farm, Post Mills, Vt. Time: 11:00 a.m. Date: Thursday, July 22 Location: Sheiburne Farms, Sheiburne, Vt. Time: I1:00 a.m. The workshops are part of a two-year market development project initiated by the Department of Agriculture to expedite the development of the fruit and vegetable in- dustry in Vermont. Contact Bob Reuse, Agricultural Development Division for additional in- formation. RECORD HOP WHITE RIVER jCT.-- There will be a Record Hop at the White River Junction American Legion Hall on Saturday, July 24 from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Admission: $3.00. DJ Bruce Maynard will spin records from the 1950's and '60's. I I School - 10:00- - 11:00 a.m,- - 6:30 p.m., dey Services- 9:30 Vermont 9=30 a,m. IBADIRD meunu.cc. IINILL Roy. John Knight Sunday Sorvices 10,45, Sunday .Schou 9:30 o.m. - O,Jkl m ProvKleO  mw Mefldl Clwh Bradford, Vt. Ray. James Boudreau, Seny ' Services 10:30 a.m. Sunday Scheal 9:1S o.m. a.m., Youth AIIAgeslnvited. Tutoring Sunday Scheat 9:45 o.m., Morning Worship 11:00 o.m., Mid-WHk lk'ble Study Thurs., Ralph Hysang. 7:30p.m. .m.. Wed,, 70rLedefhrpelunllltlpClh Bradford, Vt. f-oer .lames Cannon C.s.s.R. O.I. -7 Sat. MOss, 5:15 p.m. Sen. Mess., 9:00 md I1:00 o.m. ECLIPSE GRANGE o_ Y Eva Mass, 6,30 .and 10 a.m. I I I THETFORD-- The Eclipse Vermont organized the first Grange held an open meeting State Grange in 1867, 115 years on July 13. It was Community ago. And it is still going Citizens Award night and the strong. public was invited. The lecturer presented The recipient of the award Emily with a beautiful car- was Mrs. Emily Hood, sage, and Mrs. June Stowell Thetford's town clerk and read a short resume of treasurer. Emily's life. Then the After the presentation of the National Lecturer presented flag, the Master Lee Fifield her with the citizens award introduced the National certificate and a marble Grange Lecturer Kermit paperweight. June Stowell Richardson. The programwas was also presented with a then taken over by Grange corsage in recognition of her lecturer Annie Boutwell. 12 years as the grange The opening song was secretary. "America the Beautiful." After the program everyone Donald Fifield played several enjoyed a social hour and piano selections. Katherine bountious refreshments. Wiencke played a flute solo. There was a beautiful cake The national lecturer spoke on decorated with the grange the many things that the symbol, made by Robert grange does, from the Grosse. subordinate level to the National level. For the communities, states and national interests. The grange was organized in 1866, just it6 years ago. Tim DePalo receives Air Force promotion LEBANON-- Timothy E. De Pulp, son of Joseph and Peggy M DePalo of Lebanon, N.H., has been promoted in the U.S. Air Force to the rank of senior  airman. c=qmqmu.c.. DePalo is a law en- Rev. John Haggorty, Sunday Services - 11 a.m. Church School 10 o.m. forcement specialist at Pease Air Force Base, N.H., with the .es men Chmh 509th Security Police Newbury, Vt. Rev. Joseph Rinoldi. Sunday SChool. 9:45 o.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. Squadron. Evening ellowhip, 7:30 p.m. Bible Study. He is a 1979 graduate of Wed.. 7:30 p.m. Lebanon High School. WELL DRILLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE ( (-',PL[ TF WATER YST[MS ISTALLED FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI Artesian Well Co. [ D [olrre Vt 476 483 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE L BOUT# mY fm, mk-d Advemit amnk Elder Lee Manning. Warship Service, .urday, 2:30 p.m. Rev. Lm Imrdng. Saturday Ymrvices - Sabbath School - 1 p.m. Wop Service - 2:30 p.m. Omll I16MI Prlllllrll*  " Rev. MarianT, Redding. Suminy Worship, 10 a,m. Church Schoul, 9 a.m. TNIWOID hpt Cknk Poster -- Jay Oler, 785-441NI. Sunday evemng service 7:00 p.m. (Thefford Orator Community Building). Sun. morning sarvice 10:45 o.m. Bible Study Thurs, evening 7:O0 p.m. at the DiHer'/home. I Obituaries Union Villcqle, Vt. Pastor -- Roy. Gary Wait. United Services during the winter with 1/kefferd Center Timothy  Clmnd Morning Service 10:30 a.m. All ages invited Wilts i.VBI COltlml ClNUl st, im, e amrdt Jasel Freund, Pastor, C.s.s.R. Saturday: Fiat Ceqml Stel J Pcdmer Istor Sunclb School  Night Mess - 7:00 p.m. Sunday Moss. - 9:30. 9,4s a m Mo W,, 11. ,,in! am. ..ices11,00 .,7. - .......  ;cY. .... ., mild Curt . -- .... " ..... - , . Rev.lrthur Oteney, Sunday last CeCengtqlttitannltU..C. Service 10:30 a.m. Child care provided., Richard A White. Pastor. Sunday Werdlip  Sunde School- 9 a.m. 11:00 om, Surly School 9:4S a.m., Pat Luck & Vespers Thursday, 6t00 p.m. Choir WBTWIY ., Sunday rehoersat, Thursys, 730p, rn. cu.cc. by. Jteph Uucoeer, Pastor. Sundey FAIlalEE Services 10=45 o.m., Church School - 10:45' -- St. Mm'9 ampol (llama) o.m. The Ray. Wiltim A*kiMon. Sunday Service, -- ...... 10:00a,m. HC first, thiNmdfiflh. Sundays -" " IFAIILH endMP, secondandfourthn(kep. ._.. WeatlrMmCeqnqndOedt " TheFeMiaeFedmllldCh*  Pastor, C Couk, Suncy School, 9dS 10:00 a.m., Rev. Arthur Boglay. Sundey a.m.; Worshp Service, 10:30 a.m.; Prayer Scho 10:00 a.m. Youth Fdiowsh Sunday Service (Sun.), 7:00 p.m,: Tues. Ladies Bible evening. Youth Fellowshi Grades 7  .Study, 10:00 o.m.; Fellowship Night (Wed.), 12. All ate wek:otae. 7,00 p.m. Fogg, 22, died July G, in Sitka, in Quincy, Mass., the son of of Vermont at the time of his , Alaska, from injuries Chester A. and Louise R. death, ic be held fo sustained in a mountain Fogg. He graduated from He is survived by his r es to . r climbing accident. Oxbow High School in 1978and brothers,parents of AlanBradfrd;of West'W Elizabeth Shultz 81 Fairlee, and Chester Jr. 9 Fabrizio honored for "Skipper" of Bradford; two ORFORD-- Memorial ser- three brothers, Bernhard and sisters, Linda Healy of East vices for Elizabeth Schultz, 81, Willy Schanze of Bremen, academic achievement Providence, R.I., and Nancy will be held at the Orford West Germany, and Walter Pitarys of Bradford; a Congregational Church SchanzeofLindenhurst, N.Y. many activities, including paternal grandmother, Grace student council, National Fogg of White River Junction Honor Society, band, drama, and Enfield, N.H.; aunts, yearbook, and the cross uncles, nieces and friends all country and running teams, over the world Citation winners are quite Graveside services were in unusual among the 4,000 the Sawyer Cemetery in undergraduates on the Dar- Bradford. The Rev. James tmouth campus, as members Boudreauofficiated. of the faculty are invited to In lieu of flowers, memorial submit Citation Reports only donations may be made to the when a student's work is Sitka Search and Rescue sufficiently distinguished to Squad, P.O. Box 116, Brad- merit special recognition, ford, Vt., 05033. Wednesday, July 21, at 2:00 In lieu of flowers, donations p.m. may be made to the Orford She was born in Congregational Church, .Delmenhorst, West Germany, in 1901 and had been a resident of Orford since 1948. She was active in the Orford Congregational Church, a member of Sirisis and Willing Workers clubs and taught German at the Boynton SchoOl in Orford. She is survived by her husband, Willie Schultz; and N. HAVERHILL-- A Dart- mouth College Freshman from Woodsville has been cited by a Professor of Russian Language and Literature for outstanding academic achievement during the past term. She is Miss Lynn Helen Fabrizio. Fabrizio was cited in Russian three "for a caliber of work well exceeding the standards for an A." Fabrizio is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fabrizio of N. Haverhill. Miss Fabrizio is a 1981 graduate of Woodsville, High School, where she was class valedictorian and involved in A LAYMAN'S GUIDE TO THE QUOTE "Discretion is seeing as much as you ought, not as much as you can." de Montaigne Sta00eme0000 BRADFORD NATIONAL BANK JUNE 30, 1982 The collection of numbers printed below is considered almost meaningless by almost everyone. In the interest of eflucation and a better understanding, Bradford National Bank herewith presents a generalized introduction of ho to read and understand a Statement of Condition. Other statements you see may not be as impressix e as ours. but they all work the same way. ThU. guide brought to you as a public service by the officers and directors of the Rradford National Bank. All our assets - that's a lot of money ! Cash and deposits we have at the Federal Reserve Bank and other banks. This is how your money earns interest. We in- vest it soundly by making loans to people and businesses-this helps us all to prespor. and by buying bonds of townships, school districts and the Government. What the bank owes to others. The money individuals, companies and municipalities deposit with us (checking ac- counts, saving cer- tificates of deposit, regular passbook savings.) These figures represent the invested and rein- vested funds of our stockholders. Earnings in excess of dividends, or as businessmen say, that part of profits "plowed back in" to keep im- proving our Bank. You'll notice this figure equals total asets. It balances and It is supposed to. A Statement of Condition is a bank's fewm of an accounting balance sheet. O ' I 65 percent of your ! ' c,r..*.y_ [ deposits have been ....... .,,,,,t, I reinvested in loans and / , .... I mortgages In the I" ........ [ communities we serve I c,,..==,,,,,-,.4..=.,,,-, I to fuel the economy. \\; L.,m u=, 77 ........ .= . .=   : / / / 1 grew lO per- / I :J-, ''J ...... --   / I cent over the samedate t o,,..,...,...,..  I last year -- well above /[ ---'  I the average of many *l fm tuml m  tetumm ml unew almemeat* te   I hawb Mtt- w.n IA =1 "*"''--'--"  . _ _ I every day have con- . ;il .*'?.=w,,u. i  I fldence in our Bank and \\; I ..*.',.-*'M-. ''*''-"'*' .....  I enjoy exclusive banking I \\; L '"r. .......... ...... :  I services. ,'---k--.---=. ,--,--- .......  -- I \\;1 .... .. ..............  of over 8 percent in total -,,*.*--- ......  worth over same date ,....., .....................  last year, indicates ,.,..,,.m,,,,m ................ business and service --..,..m.,.m.....us--,,, growth continue their **.' --  J ....  at one rapid pace of the o--jn...=..,n,.=,,,m ............  fastest growing bunks in ''"" "' "'  this area. T,V. EQTV WW .............. TOTAt. LITIS AO EOUITV CAPITAL ......... . S"...,. .... z..,2 -. July "L3e 1982 Member of the Federal Deposit htsurance (;orporation r 4 "Our Middle Name Is National" ' BRADFORD ' .... LYBt SLYB NATIONAL "iradford 222-$231 Faldee 333-4379 Thetford 785-2112 Newbury 666-5672 q. / Deposits ,nsured to S100, GO0 MEMBER FOIC By banking with its. y,,tt're re.king it ,,.sy for tts to do our job. ||'e thttnk vott. " t, *,4