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Page 12-The Journal Opinion-July21, 1982 6 th . Entertainment . Thrillin= New iliaes INCLUDING BUMPER CARS &amp; KIDDIE RIDES # . Games • • ,,4,, AAmneeinn, A n u   lUlIHUUUnggUVUl l . rrnzo, StilliOunly =2.OO . Contests = ' Bradford, Vermont 05033 General Manager: Robert W. Nutting, 222-5750 Fair and rides open 6:00 p,m Thursday, July 22rid with $I.00 ad- TRACTOR DRIVING CONTEST--Sunday, July 25th miuicm. Io:o0 a.m. Junior Division Friday and Sat twday -- Admission price $2,00, 12: 30 p.m, Senior Division ADMITTEDFREETOFAIRGROUNDS MINIMODIFIE TRACTO ULL--Stmday. : p,m. SENIOR CITIZEN DAY IS FRIDAY HORSE PULLING CONT--Sunday, July 2501, t :00 p.m ENTERTAINMENT Weighing at t0:00 a.m, -- Depot Road Scales FAIR OPENING -- Thuraday evefling, July 22nd, 6:00 pro. -- 3000 lbe. -- 3a00 lbs. -- Free-For-All - TRAINED STEERS -- Friday, July 23rd, 9:00 am.  Trophies and Ribbons to 6th place TRAC'I'OR PULLING CONTEST-- Friday, July 23rd, 1:00 p.m. Omirman: Henry McGreevy, Bradford, Vt. Weighing at 9:00 am -- Depot Road Scales Maximmn -- 8 classes -- clauified BATH TtYB RACE -- Sunday, July 25th, I1:00 a.m. according to entries & weight SECOND ANNUAL Money pnaes -- Ribbons to 4th place To be held on Federa! Street Entry Fee -- 00 to be paid at weighing in Sponsornd by Jaycees FREE ADMISSION FOR TRACTOR OPERATOR ONLY Chairman: Eric Knapp, Bradford, Vt. OX-PtLLING CONTEST  Saturday, July 24th, 11:00 a.m STREET PARADE Stmday, July 25th, 1:30 p.m. Under 2400 -- May be driven Forming at 12:ao pm. en Route 25 -- Creamery Road by boy or Rirl under 16 THEME: "Beauty is Being" Under gS00 Froe-Por-All Sec, 1 Horses. ponies, and riders (in front of fire station) Prizns m a|l dtvisioas Sec. 2 Floats -- Veneer Mill REAL E;TATE Oxen may be wehed from 8:00 to II :00 on Saturday, July 24th, Sec. 3 Children in Costumes (fire station) Pulllng will be ac¢ordh,g to rules of OX TEAMSTERS of NEW Sec.4 DecoratodBicycles (flreststion) ENG4JtJ'ff). Sec. 5 Oddities (fire station) Chairman: lll Wood, Bradtord, Vt. See. 6 Commercials $5.00 given to each float entering 4 WHEEL DRIVE PULL- Saturday, July 24th. 6:00 p,m, $50.00 to BEST OF ALL FLOAT Weighing will jtart at 2:00 p.m until 5:00p.m (First place dens net mean you have won the Best of All) Weighing will be at scales en Depot Road Chairperson: Janice Laraben, Bradford, Vt. NO DEAleR OWNED 4 WD PERMITTED! 4 €Immns -- IS.00 entry fen for each class DEMOLITION DERBY -- Sunday, July 25th, 6:00 pro. Chairman: Dick Fischer, Bradford, Vt. To be held oa the fairgroun¢ 500.00 to the winner SECOND ANNUAL GYMKIIANA ROUNDUP --SaParday. July $250.60tothese¢ondplacewinner 4th, 9:00 a m. $50.00 to the taird place winner Chairman: Jim Therborn pkm three trophies CO00ECTICUT VALLEY " liF'500lk, I I1: I1' OPENING KIDDIEDAY- THURSDAY, JULY 22 - 6 P.M. BRADFORD, VERMONT 1 / . Haverhill school lunch wort:ers get a raise Icontinued from page I ) and serving of meals is not Woodsville Elementary looking into the cost of repairs The program reimbursements and computerized, and is still done School roof, The school board to the tilting landmark at the will meet again funds the district generates itself from the cost of the school lunches. School officials credit the lunch program's new-found financial stability to their hiring of the Nutri-Eff com- puterized lunch program management system, founded by former New Hampshire State School Lunch Program director George Bussell. The system uses computer programming to plot menus, to plan food purchase costs in advance, and to determine how many students will be eating the lunches to avoid waste. The computerized program also monitors the nutritional content of the lunches. Although the program was designed and implemented by Bussell and the Nutri-Eff staff, the actual preparation mostly by the sanle women who have been supplying Haverhill students with lunches for years. These are toe people that both school and Nutri-Eff officials say have had to adjust to the new system and are actually credited with adopting the system and making it work. This transition has not always been an easy one. The lunch workers had com- plained of the difficulty in adjusting to a number of Nutri-Eff's requirements earlier this winter, but school officials say most of the problems have been worked out. Roof Repairs The Haverhill Cooperative School Board last week opted to continue studying their alternatives regarding the repair or replacement of the Are you worried? Nationwide course for the older driver WELLS RIVER-- Are you If you are 55 years of age or worried that you might not be older you are eligible to a good driver any more--that participate in this course age has slowed you down? which is held for two days, 3'.., 55 Alive-Mature Driving, a hours each day, the dates new course developed by the being Monday, August 2, and American Association of Retired Persons and the National Retired Teacher's Association, reviews the rules of the road and accident prevention, and shows how to overcome the effects of aging on driving skills. This course is being offered at the Baldwin Memorial Library in Wells River and is sponsored by the Wells River Savings Bank. Tuesday, August 3 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Registration fee is $5.00. This course will be taught by Mrs. Elsie Perkins of White River Jct., assisted by Mrs. Hazel Flanders of Fairlee, Assistant State Coordinator. Pre-registration may be made by contacting Orange East Senior Center, tel 8O2- 222-4782. * It's .fair time ! (continued from page !) start the day off at 9:00 a.m., larger thantheoldsitebehind ox pulling starts at 10:30, the James Morrill Schoolin N. garden tractor pulling starts Haverhill Village. The new at 12:30p.m., a KiddieParade site is just down the road, will begin at 1:30, a stage show south, onRoutel0, will start at 3:00, a calf- The new sitefeaturesa huge catching contest will begin at cattle barn and exhibit hall, 6:30, the 4-H style show will recently constructed that will, get underway at 7:00, horse- in the cattle section alone, hitch pulling starts at 7:30, the hold 250 animals. Fair Queen will be crowned at The fair begins on Thur- 9:00. Another large fireworks sday, August 5 at 9:00 a.m., display will be held at 11:30 with pony pulling at 3:00 p.m., p.m. water polo at 6:30, more pony On Sunday, an open horse pulling at 7:00, and a stage show starts the day at 8:30 show at 8:00. Friday is Old a.m., followed by a Come As Home Day in the Town of You Are'Church Service at Haverhill. At the fair, the the N. Haverhill Methodist gates open at 9:00 a.m., 4-H Church. A horseshoe pitching beef, sheep, and swine will be contest will begin at 10:00 judged at 10:00, tractor a.m.,GovernorHughGallenis pulling willstartatl2:30p.m., expected to tour the fair at 4-H dairy calves will be judged 12:15 p.m., the fair parade and at 2:00, a stage show per- horse pulling start at 1:30, a formance will be held at 3:00, stage show gets underway at a greased pole contest starts 3:00, and a raffle drawing with at 6:30, 4-H Dairy parade prizes handed out will Showmanship Class A judging continue into the evening. at 7:00, tractor pulling also at More fireworks will go off at 7:00, another stage show at ll:00p.m. 8:00, and a large fireworks The only event scheduled for display at 11:30 p.m. Monday, August 9, the last day The North Haverhill "Fair of the fair, is a Black and has a large selection of rides White Show sponsored by the and midway attractions open New Hampshire Holstein from 9:00 a.m. to closing on all Club. Rides and other fair five days of the fair. activities will continue to be On Saturday, a Youth Horse open throughout the day. Show and 4-H Dairy Show will REAL ESTATI0000" mii 1. 450 ft. of lake frontage on Halls Lake, Newhury with 110 acres of surveyed land, mostly covered with softwood, private road. $40,000.- owner will finance-- 25 percent Down Payment 2. 3 room cottage w-porch located in has hired an engineering firm to draw plans for both rein- forcing structurally the existing flat roof at the school and for structurally con- verting the flat roof to a pit- ched design. Haskins said Monday the school board has hired Lawes Consulting, an engineering firm, to begin the plans. The school board is weighing both the pitched and flat roof op- tions said Haskins. Cost estimates for the in- stallation of a more efficient pitched roof range con- siderably higher than the cost involved in repairing the troublesome flat roofs at the schools. Roof repairs at three Haverhill schools are being planned by school officials. However, only the Woodsville Elementary roof was discussed at the last meeting, said Haskins. Roof repairs at Woodsville High School and the Bennett building in Woodsville are expected to be a topic at the school board's next meeting. Other Matters In other matters, the school board approved a recom- mendation that Margarct White Seaver be hired as a business education instructor at Woodsville High School, according to district officials. The Haverhill Alumni Hall's belfry or copula can be repaired at a maximum cost of about $2,500, according to estimates submitted to the school board by the Lawes Consulting firm. The school board has been M#IE$ OIOYSE$ By Career Club COTTON AND POLYESTER Reg. $14.50 urging of the Haverhill the Woodsville Historical Society. library, AUCTION To settle the Estate of the late Harold located on Main Street, Bradford, Vt. Village. THURSDAY, AUGUST 5 STARTING AT 9:30 A.M. FURNITURE--ANTIQUES--TOOLS Kenmore washer, Kenmore dryer, freezer, maple dining room table w- 5 chairs, chest, 2 stencilled beds, mirror, stencilled chair, night stands, bureaus, pictures, chairs, dresser, comb. elec. & oil stove, lamps, radio, cabinet record player & radio, brass candle sticks, sewing machine chairs, dishes, couch & chair, small chair, floor lamp, desk, maple stand, eagle mirror, leather top coffee table, bureau, stand & mirror; globe, bookcase, framed document, kitchen table, old tionary, maple bed, dressing table, rockers, lawn chairs, cane seat chair, ladder, wheelbarrow, power lawn mower, ladders, traverse, snow shoes, chest, and much much more. This is only a aartial list. 1973 Chevrolet Nova TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK LUNCH EXECUTOR: EARL E. HASKINS AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. EAST THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 OR 785-2161 AUCTION At the Gus Linde home, located on Tunbridge, Vt. Watch for auction signs off south end of Tunbridge Village. SATURDAY -- JULY 24 STARTING AT 9:30 A.M. Formica kitchen set w-6 chairs, small gas grama phone, and records from 1920's, dishes, 15 gal. crock, 30gal. crock, bone china saucers, small collection of & youth chair, rocking chair, indian collection of hanks, old post cards, quantity old wall clothes dryers, exerciser, wooden avon collectables, old turtle table, ladder steeple clock, sleigh, treadle sewing ware, drop leaf table, quilts, wagon master bench saw, gas generator, mahogany table, antique drill press, separator, horse collars, English saddle, misC. & -st.s raps, Vt. Life, books, trunks, tea cart, i compactor, rockers, stands, hames A A A away bed, G.E. air conditioner, ,f,lf' chairs, 3 glass top tables, lamps, desk chair, J'j'_kNk " pump, pipe cutter, 100 gal. galv. stock JiX i po% milk can, old farm machinery seats, ut',l:AgRIi  I for 8 bed, 1969 snowmobile and much much r Store Hours: M0n.-Sat. I This is only a partial list of what there is to 9:30 A.M to 5:00 P.M. I TERMSCASH OR GOOD CHECK Fri. Til 8:00 P.M. I LUNCH ON ( Robert W. Nutting I AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. Bradford, Vt. 05033 I EAST THETFORD, VT. , <ao2)222.7535 ,, n , iiini inulnuiiiiinin iiiiiliiiii i FORD OFFERS " U NO A$=rERISI00. INO DEDUCTIBLI MO FINE PRINT. , .L l cam plm Up-From C Bradford on 23 acres with heating stove, gas I 3. 3 apartment house located on Main St. Fairlee Village -- $30,000. Owner will finance 25 REBECCA GRAY l I i i For two years or 24,000 EAST THETFORD, VT. i I I / whhever comes fist--" 795-4348 I I .--..--- ....... I / virtually all you pay for is  I i uI 'IPIIN.RNi I -.Juk.d, I / This limited Warranty exc lu | I and July 31, 1982, and you I / batteries, adjustments, | / get 5% of the base vehicle I / scheduled maintenance... I I I sticker price. You can apply I / everything! For two yearS ," ith mostly glass, modern I • I this amount to your down , I / other offer covers so . n dish washer, stove, I I I payment or get a check dired; I / completely as Ford Care. L"l"" l e e..abinets., 2 bathrooms, 2 ! u / from Ford It's your choice. [ I one per customer. " llar, alm system, ar- i" Umit one per customer. fa-e has been completely I I ITS JM.L FOR YOU JMMD ONLY   beautifulview, split rall fence. Asidng$200,000. I rr corn To partly finished on 10.1 acres. $100,000. I r mlllHl¢lillllllillillllllllllll __ REBECCA GRAY I ! GRAFTON MOT()R SALES, INCa EAST THETFORD, VT. I | Route 302, Woodsv[lle, N.H. B ROKER I i Tel. (603) 747-3324 - Hurry on todayl 802-785-4348 LIIIIIIIIII Page 12-The Journal Opinion-July21, 1982 6 th . Entertainment . Thrillin= New iliaes INCLUDING BUMPER CARS & KIDDIE RIDES # . Games • • ,,4,, AAmneeinn, A n u   lUlIHUUUnggUVUl l . rrnzo, StilliOunly =2.OO . Contests = ' Bradford, Vermont 05033 General Manager: Robert W. Nutting, 222-5750 Fair and rides open 6:00 p,m Thursday, July 22rid with $I.00 ad- TRACTOR DRIVING CONTEST--Sunday, July 25th miuicm. Io:o0 a.m. Junior Division Friday and Sat twday -- Admission price $2,00, 12: 30 p.m, Senior Division ADMITTEDFREETOFAIRGROUNDS MINIMODIFIE TRACTO ULL--Stmday. : p,m. SENIOR CITIZEN DAY IS FRIDAY HORSE PULLING CONT--Sunday, July 2501, t :00 p.m ENTERTAINMENT Weighing at t0:00 a.m, -- Depot Road Scales FAIR OPENING -- Thuraday evefling, July 22nd, 6:00 pro. -- 3000 lbe. -- 3a00 lbs. -- Free-For-All - TRAINED STEERS -- Friday, July 23rd, 9:00 am.  Trophies and Ribbons to 6th place TRAC'I'OR PULLING CONTEST-- Friday, July 23rd, 1:00 p.m. Omirman: Henry McGreevy, Bradford, Vt. Weighing at 9:00 am -- Depot Road Scales Maximmn -- 8 classes -- clauified BATH TtYB RACE -- Sunday, July 25th, I1:00 a.m. according to entries & weight SECOND ANNUAL Money pnaes -- Ribbons to 4th place To be held on Federa! Street Entry Fee -- 00 to be paid at weighing in Sponsornd by Jaycees FREE ADMISSION FOR TRACTOR OPERATOR ONLY Chairman: Eric Knapp, Bradford, Vt. OX-PtLLING CONTEST  Saturday, July 24th, 11:00 a.m STREET PARADE Stmday, July 25th, 1:30 p.m. Under 2400 -- May be driven Forming at 12:ao pm. en Route 25 -- Creamery Road by boy or Rirl under 16 THEME: "Beauty is Being" Under gS00 Froe-Por-All Sec, 1 Horses. ponies, and riders (in front of fire station) Prizns m a|l dtvisioas Sec. 2 Floats -- Veneer Mill REAL E;TATE Oxen may be wehed from 8:00 to II :00 on Saturday, July 24th, Sec. 3 Children in Costumes (fire station) Pulllng will be ac¢ordh,g to rules of OX TEAMSTERS of NEW Sec.4 DecoratodBicycles (flreststion) ENG4JtJ'ff). Sec. 5 Oddities (fire station) Chairman: lll Wood, Bradtord, Vt. See. 6 Commercials $5.00 given to each float entering 4 WHEEL DRIVE PULL- Saturday, July 24th. 6:00 p,m, $50.00 to BEST OF ALL FLOAT Weighing will jtart at 2:00 p.m until 5:00p.m (First place dens net mean you have won the Best of All) Weighing will be at scales en Depot Road Chairperson: Janice Laraben, Bradford, Vt. NO DEAleR OWNED 4 WD PERMITTED! 4 €Immns -- IS.00 entry fen for each class DEMOLITION DERBY -- Sunday, July 25th, 6:00 pro. Chairman: Dick Fischer, Bradford, Vt. To be held oa the fairgroun¢ 500.00 to the winner SECOND ANNUAL GYMKIIANA ROUNDUP --SaParday. July $250.60tothese¢ondplacewinner 4th, 9:00 a m. $50.00 to the taird place winner Chairman: Jim Therborn pkm three trophies CO00ECTICUT VALLEY " liF'500lk, I I1: I1' OPENING KIDDIEDAY- THURSDAY, JULY 22 - 6 P.M. BRADFORD, VERMONT 1 / . Haverhill school lunch wort:ers get a raise Icontinued from page I ) and serving of meals is not Woodsville Elementary looking into the cost of repairs The program reimbursements and computerized, and is still done School roof, The school board to the tilting landmark at the will meet again funds the district generates itself from the cost of the school lunches. School officials credit the lunch program's new-found financial stability to their hiring of the Nutri-Eff com- puterized lunch program management system, founded by former New Hampshire State School Lunch Program director George Bussell. The system uses computer programming to plot menus, to plan food purchase costs in advance, and to determine how many students will be eating the lunches to avoid waste. The computerized program also monitors the nutritional content of the lunches. Although the program was designed and implemented by Bussell and the Nutri-Eff staff, the actual preparation mostly by the sanle women who have been supplying Haverhill students with lunches for years. These are toe people that both school and Nutri-Eff officials say have had to adjust to the new system and are actually credited with adopting the system and making it work. This transition has not always been an easy one. The lunch workers had com- plained of the difficulty in adjusting to a number of Nutri-Eff's requirements earlier this winter, but school officials say most of the problems have been worked out. Roof Repairs The Haverhill Cooperative School Board last week opted to continue studying their alternatives regarding the repair or replacement of the Are you worried? Nationwide course for the older driver WELLS RIVER-- Are you If you are 55 years of age or worried that you might not be older you are eligible to a good driver any more--that participate in this course age has slowed you down? which is held for two days, 3'.., 55 Alive-Mature Driving, a hours each day, the dates new course developed by the being Monday, August 2, and American Association of Retired Persons and the National Retired Teacher's Association, reviews the rules of the road and accident prevention, and shows how to overcome the effects of aging on driving skills. This course is being offered at the Baldwin Memorial Library in Wells River and is sponsored by the Wells River Savings Bank. Tuesday, August 3 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Registration fee is $5.00. This course will be taught by Mrs. Elsie Perkins of White River Jct., assisted by Mrs. Hazel Flanders of Fairlee, Assistant State Coordinator. Pre-registration may be made by contacting Orange East Senior Center, tel 8O2- 222-4782. * It's .fair time ! (continued from page !) start the day off at 9:00 a.m., larger thantheoldsitebehind ox pulling starts at 10:30, the James Morrill Schoolin N. garden tractor pulling starts Haverhill Village. The new at 12:30p.m., a KiddieParade site is just down the road, will begin at 1:30, a stage show south, onRoutel0, will start at 3:00, a calf- The new sitefeaturesa huge catching contest will begin at cattle barn and exhibit hall, 6:30, the 4-H style show will recently constructed that will, get underway at 7:00, horse- in the cattle section alone, hitch pulling starts at 7:30, the hold 250 animals. Fair Queen will be crowned at The fair begins on Thur- 9:00. Another large fireworks sday, August 5 at 9:00 a.m., display will be held at 11:30 with pony pulling at 3:00 p.m., p.m. water polo at 6:30, more pony On Sunday, an open horse pulling at 7:00, and a stage show starts the day at 8:30 show at 8:00. Friday is Old a.m., followed by a Come As Home Day in the Town of You Are'Church Service at Haverhill. At the fair, the the N. Haverhill Methodist gates open at 9:00 a.m., 4-H Church. A horseshoe pitching beef, sheep, and swine will be contest will begin at 10:00 judged at 10:00, tractor a.m.,GovernorHughGallenis pulling willstartatl2:30p.m., expected to tour the fair at 4-H dairy calves will be judged 12:15 p.m., the fair parade and at 2:00, a stage show per- horse pulling start at 1:30, a formance will be held at 3:00, stage show gets underway at a greased pole contest starts 3:00, and a raffle drawing with at 6:30, 4-H Dairy parade prizes handed out will Showmanship Class A judging continue into the evening. at 7:00, tractor pulling also at More fireworks will go off at 7:00, another stage show at ll:00p.m. 8:00, and a large fireworks The only event scheduled for display at 11:30 p.m. Monday, August 9, the last day The North Haverhill "Fair of the fair, is a Black and has a large selection of rides White Show sponsored by the and midway attractions open New Hampshire Holstein from 9:00 a.m. to closing on all Club. Rides and other fair five days of the fair. activities will continue to be On Saturday, a Youth Horse open throughout the day. Show and 4-H Dairy Show will REAL ESTATI0000" mii 1. 450 ft. of lake frontage on Halls Lake, Newhury with 110 acres of surveyed land, mostly covered with softwood, private road. $40,000.- owner will finance-- 25 percent Down Payment 2. 3 room cottage w-porch located in has hired an engineering firm to draw plans for both rein- forcing structurally the existing flat roof at the school and for structurally con- verting the flat roof to a pit- ched design. Haskins said Monday the school board has hired Lawes Consulting, an engineering firm, to begin the plans. The school board is weighing both the pitched and flat roof op- tions said Haskins. Cost estimates for the in- stallation of a more efficient pitched roof range con- siderably higher than the cost involved in repairing the troublesome flat roofs at the schools. Roof repairs at three Haverhill schools are being planned by school officials. However, only the Woodsville Elementary roof was discussed at the last meeting, said Haskins. Roof repairs at Woodsville High School and the Bennett building in Woodsville are expected to be a topic at the school board's next meeting. Other Matters In other matters, the school board approved a recom- mendation that Margarct White Seaver be hired as a business education instructor at Woodsville High School, according to district officials. The Haverhill Alumni Hall's belfry or copula can be repaired at a maximum cost of about $2,500, according to estimates submitted to the school board by the Lawes Consulting firm. The school board has been M#IE$ OIOYSE$ By Career Club COTTON AND POLYESTER Reg. $14.50 urging of the Haverhill the Woodsville Historical Society. library, AUCTION To settle the Estate of the late Harold located on Main Street, Bradford, Vt. Village. THURSDAY, AUGUST 5 STARTING AT 9:30 A.M. FURNITURE--ANTIQUES--TOOLS Kenmore washer, Kenmore dryer, freezer, maple dining room table w- 5 chairs, chest, 2 stencilled beds, mirror, stencilled chair, night stands, bureaus, pictures, chairs, dresser, comb. elec. & oil stove, lamps, radio, cabinet record player & radio, brass candle sticks, sewing machine chairs, dishes, couch & chair, small chair, floor lamp, desk, maple stand, eagle mirror, leather top coffee table, bureau, stand & mirror; globe, bookcase, framed document, kitchen table, old tionary, maple bed, dressing table, rockers, lawn chairs, cane seat chair, ladder, wheelbarrow, power lawn mower, ladders, traverse, snow shoes, chest, and much much more. This is only a aartial list. 1973 Chevrolet Nova TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK LUNCH EXECUTOR: EARL E. HASKINS AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. EAST THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 OR 785-2161 AUCTION At the Gus Linde home, located on Tunbridge, Vt. Watch for auction signs off south end of Tunbridge Village. SATURDAY -- JULY 24 STARTING AT 9:30 A.M. Formica kitchen set w-6 chairs, small gas grama phone, and records from 1920's, dishes, 15 gal. crock, 30gal. crock, bone china saucers, small collection of & youth chair, rocking chair, indian collection of hanks, old post cards, quantity old wall clothes dryers, exerciser, wooden avon collectables, old turtle table, ladder steeple clock, sleigh, treadle sewing ware, drop leaf table, quilts, wagon master bench saw, gas generator, mahogany table, antique drill press, separator, horse collars, English saddle, misC. & -st.s raps, Vt. Life, books, trunks, tea cart, i compactor, rockers, stands, hames A A A away bed, G.E. air conditioner, ,f,lf' chairs, 3 glass top tables, lamps, desk chair, J'j'_kNk " pump, pipe cutter, 100 gal. galv. stock JiX i po% milk can, old farm machinery seats, ut',l:AgRIi  I for 8 bed, 1969 snowmobile and much much r Store Hours: M0n.-Sat. I This is only a partial list of what there is to 9:30 A.M to 5:00 P.M. I TERMSCASH OR GOOD CHECK Fri. Til 8:00 P.M. I LUNCH ON ( Robert W. Nutting I AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. Bradford, Vt. 05033 I EAST THETFORD, VT. , <ao2)222.7535 ,, n , iiini inulnuiiiiinin iiiiiliiiii i FORD OFFERS " U NO A$=rERISI00. INO DEDUCTIBLI MO FINE PRINT. , .L l cam plm Up-From C Bradford on 23 acres with heating stove, gas I 3. 3 apartment house located on Main St. Fairlee Village -- $30,000. Owner will finance 25 REBECCA GRAY l I i i For two years or 24,000 EAST THETFORD, VT. i I I / whhever comes fist--" 795-4348 I I .--..--- ....... I / virtually all you pay for is  I i uI 'IPIIN.RNi I -.Juk.d, I / This limited Warranty exc lu | I and July 31, 1982, and you I / batteries, adjustments, | / get 5% of the base vehicle I / scheduled maintenance... I I I sticker price. You can apply I / everything! For two yearS ," ith mostly glass, modern I • I this amount to your down , I / other offer covers so . n dish washer, stove, I I I payment or get a check dired; I / completely as Ford Care. L"l"" l e e..abinets., 2 bathrooms, 2 ! u / from Ford It's your choice. [ I one per customer. " llar, alm system, ar- i" Umit one per customer. fa-e has been completely I I ITS JM.L FOR YOU JMMD ONLY   beautifulview, split rall fence. Asidng$200,000. I rr corn To partly finished on 10.1 acres. $100,000. I r mlllHl¢lillllllillillllllllllll __ REBECCA GRAY I ! GRAFTON MOT()R SALES, INCa EAST THETFORD, VT. I | Route 302, Woodsv[lle, N.H. B ROKER I i Tel. (603) 747-3324 - Hurry on todayl 802-785-4348 LIIIIIIIIII