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July 22, t98t-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 Fire exercise in IV. Topsham READY--Firemen are at their stations in The lower portion of the house is now raging on the inside of the house. The roof is virtually gone. firemen water the nearby barn INGREDIENT--Kerosene was used to structure. Across the street, Fire Chief touches bases with his men while. donuts were served by the Tri-Village Ix ) S--Sme seeps through the roof inside begins to travel through the walls. iif ,as set at 8:12 a.m. and at 8:18 a.m., just six i atq t] e fire broke through the roof. N,\\; to break through the wooden shakes of k ii!! : +; evident and spreading fast throughout te burn, Sunday morning was a near- 1 e flames burned straight up as the gulfed in flames. Another view from the back of the house shows the fire blazing on the right side. i A side view of the house while fire was still in the upper portion of the house. The upper left window is where the fire was started. * Over the river (continued from page4) Besides the eggs produced living there was Daniel, who locally, Mr. Cohen ships in two died in 1916. It had been bought by Jacob Bedel in 1818. In stagecoach days, the small brick house on this place was an inn known as a "half-way house," where stagecoach passengers waited while the horses were being changed. Jones-Beattie-Cole place, 1857 Lois Cole&apos;s house in North Monroe was built on part of the farm which was in her family since 1857, when it was bought by her great uncle, John Jones. He sold it to his brother Henry, who passed it or three trailerloads of eggs every week. Like the egg production, the egg processing is entirely automated, moving the eggs by means of suction cups, rollers, conveyor belts, and inclines. They are cooled, washed, dried, candled, graded (sorted by weight) and packed. Working in two shifts, 23 people handle over a million eggs a week. Most of them are sold to grocery stores and grocery chains. The site of this egg in- dustry has always been a busy place. Capt. Paddleford's first on to his adopted daughter, Annie l Little) Jones. Her mother was John and Henry's sister Ann Ruby Little, who had died when Annie was less than three weeks old. Annie married Robert Beattie, who eventually took over the Jones farm. He is remembered as one of the oldtime fiddlers, also was often requested to demon- strate clog dancing and Irish jigs. Robert's daughter Lois's first husband was Perley Emery, who was killed in a railroad accident in Newbury Itrack washout in 1923). Lois later married Walter Cole, and in 1934 they built a house on a corner of her father's farm, where she still lives. Lois's knowledge of Monroe history has been very helpful to us. The remainder of the Jones farm was sold to Michael Stupack after Robert Beattie died in 1942. Linfield Ward farm, 1862 The Linfield Ward farm was originally part of "Hurd's Location", a sizeable tract of land which had been granted to John Hurd of Haverhill. Mr. Hurd was a close associate of members of the Provincial government, and therefore was granted extensive tracts of land in the North Country. He was responsible for establishing Haverhill as the county seat, and was Grafton County's first register of deeds -- many of which were his. sawmill was moved several times and ended up here. At the time of this final move, the mill was changed from water power to steam power, and was in operation until about 1935, running for the last few years by electricity. HORSE PULL--Scenes like this horse pull competition last year will be repeated at this year's Connecticut Valley Fair opening Thursday at 6 p.m. Connecticut Valley Fair Cross-Bort farm, 1870 The Bort farm, like the Linfield Ward farm, was part BRADFORD--The Con- of Hurd's Location, in fact it necticut Valley Fair will open borders the Connecticut River adjacent to the Deer Islands its gates for the 35th year tomorrow at 6 p.m. where John Hyndman had Thursday night will feature settled and had been evicted by Mr. Hurd. a 4-wheel drive pull for local Freeman Cross bought entrants. Friday morning all livestock and crafts and this farm in 1870, later passing ........... - " g " r time to see many of these tJeorge worxea as a carpente o,,+,;h, whae the,, are fresh and farmer, then the farm and'leore't'h'e 11"udm<n went to his son Loren, who ...... e -h g'" -- lived in the village and raised rttf ea,,,u o,. AlcaennWnhmr: heifers and hay on the farm. It ;u ha ,-les for ,+,,1 , re_now owntnd wby. Loren's arrangemen in a hakeitn'a WlOOW, Laura, no is renting o, ,.o,. o,, fr ,'e to name out the fields. Eventually it a'ew . ............ will go to their niece, Joyce ...; .... w.l  Cate (da -'e "-'lit - rt L nuoren s classes st 1 o .. _ gnt r ox hi. an us r flower bouquet, animals made mcuurn y, wno nas ne f ...... ers will be heme there o trmt ano am Due to' fires in 1939 and eXDhlisbl?d" s of home-Town or 4952, the farm buildings are all ,,.,,a Pon y ,,, g,.,,a, ot gone, except for one old barn. v ........... v.+ v ........ vegetables, canned goods, References: President jellies, pickles, baked goods landowners ; History of Monroe, by Frances Ann and candies will be shown. Amateur and professional Johnson, 1955; GraftonCounty agriculturists can even try Register of Deeds, to supply or confirm datos, their hand at judging the opens tomorrow Senior discount rate is offered quality of various types of hay. The talents of local craft- smen and seamstresses will be apparent in the exhibits of knitting, crocheting, home Capt. Philip Paddleford's BRADFORD--Senior Citizens sewing, home furnishings and grandson Comer bought the are extended discount ratos by rug making. Art and farm in 1862. After he died it the newly built Garden Motor photography will be shown /\\; went to his daughter Ellen, Lodge and Restaurant and "ud ed t /:   who married John Roy of Helen and Sonny, "owners, ._ g ._- ........ . ........ t :j [ :!i tmrnet, ror many years It was are showing their ap- be extensive with a tood , /'..+ + ...... .  occupied by her stepson, preciation of Senior Citizens ........ ,o+;,, ,, n; .... ++u [ m (i lnBi- Ralph Haring. Linfieldbygivingadiscountfordining '''..', ............ : ...... :  Ward an ce 0 + + ++ ................... +" ......... + +" " ....... + .... +o ......  +++  ....... +++ +++= +++:++=+++me ++++:+i + + ++++ ++re+ ++++ ..... ++ ++++ ,. ,,+ ..+ i ptaee ln1940, showing of an Orange mast +ud,'i-" and the Tractor Pull 1 IFI ': ++++ ''q In recent years the farm Senior Citizens membership ,:.e,,,ch,,,mh,a ][  . ++= " .... has been divided, the card or a Senior Citizens card :,R'sel+a't'"',,'':: l  buildings and most of the farm from a similar group. +oo','- t,,'m ,' e^,,o' "" I  going to Linfield's son There is no c-har-ge for the ,,'h+,''t."p,,l"( ,,+"'h',"  Theodore who is operating card and it is easily obtained ,.n .... f ...... .nhi.. tram  the farm with Registered by a visit to the Orange East ,'",' "t"'s,: .... +'14"0 =r. Jerseys. . . .- Semor Center, Maln Street, pound units and will go on all Adifferent viewofthe mazexrommelromyar . Another section oI me Bradford afternoon and into the farm was sold to Linfield s Helen "and Sonny would evening brother Leslie for a poultry appreciate the making of a plant, under the name of reservation, if possible. A Ward's Poultry Farm, now sample copy of the menu and managed by Leslie s daughter other information is available and son-in-law, Carol and at the Senior Center. The new i Gerry Laflamme, also his son owners are looking forward to Terry Ward. For their laying greeting Orange East Senior hens they have two completely members. automated laying houses, each 460 feet long, and each holding 20,000 hens, besides SON ARRIVES facilities for another 60,000 on Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henry Coppermine Road. Beyond the of E. Corinth are the parents town line in Littleton they of a baby son, Carson Elliott, born June 27 at Mary Hit- have two brooder houses for chcock Memorial Hospital. raising their replacements. TASKER'S WELL We Need Yoar Bminm! Our Business Is Going In The Hole. 942-5581 Northwood, N.H. The buildings are very dependant on ventilating fans, as was shown last summer when a thermostat failed and 9,000 hens died from the heat. Adjacent to the poultry plant is another family- operated business, the egg processing plant known as North Country Farms, Inc. It was started in 1969 as a par- tnership of Leslie Ward, his brother-in-law Rodney Stanton, and an egg-producer from Maine, Maurice Cohen. The Bradford Summer Recreation Program will be held at Memorial Field from 10 AM - 2 PM July 27th - August 7th for children age 7 - 15. Activities will include: Softball Basic water safety Arb and crafts Macrame Dungeon and dralons and chess Viewing the fire from the left side of the house shows the intensity of the blaze. Std:)sdmte nurse hired in Orford ORFORD--The board of the Orford and Piermont. Orford Community Health Residents of these towns can Service is informing Orford continue to reach the nurse at and Piermont residents that her office in the Orford High they have granted a leave of School at 353-4853, or at her absence for a period of one home at353-9071. year to their nurse Barbara Dyke. NEW SON During this period, Joan Mr. and Mrs. Terry Gibson Carvalho, R.N. will serve as of White River Jet. are the school nurse for the Orford parents of a new son, Daniel school system and as cam- York, horn at Mary Hitchcock munity health nurse for MemorialHospitalJuly9. North Haverhill Parade PARADE $50.00 GRAND PRIZE Classiflcatlau Class I 4-11 Floats Class 2. Grange & A.riculture Class 3. Other Floats 3-1 Our environmental mnrld 3-2 Our heritage 3-3 All others Class 4. Queen Contest ' Class 5. Saddle Horses Class 6 Decorated B cyc es & Go-Carts Class 7 Walking Entries (;lass 8+ Best Commercial Class 9. Oldest Antique Car Class 10, tlorse Drawn Vehwle individual PriErs tat 2d 3rd tth Sth $5O $25 $15 $I0 $5 50 25 15 10 5 ,50 25 15 50 40 30 20 l0 20 15 10 5 10 5 3 2 t 10 5 3 2 1 25 20 15 t0 5 20 15 10 20 15 10 8 5. Chairman and Assistant Ray & Barbara Eno <7871411 At float .... ognized ..... h by the Judg ....... lye $500 .... ept th;ehh:eCeh won a pr ze Dec s sits o 'judges wi I be final In case of a class with less t. -q entries, prizes will be awarded according to mert at the discretion of the Juogesit v entries, except class 9 are judged on a po ;at system Appearance + 50 p!nts: or ',g!,::" X -- 80 oints: Effort -- 50 points, Three Jud.es are nvolved on an indlvlOUal..:('l'6 maxiPum of 450 points i+'+ posaible Single eniry with the highest total point+'+ wIt?w tvn GRAND PRIZE, In case of a tie. first and second prize will be combined anaul)Ca tie equa ly between the two tied entr es Second and third will be combines tn c_a.-( , ow at second place. Third prize will be eliminated Announcement ff prizes w., - draw ng for raffle prizes al lhe Fai ' Booth , , ,sassemble I'aradeentrieswillassembleatthe FairGrounds NorthHaverhih. rua .... -. -. at It :30, H ...... horace drawn vehicl ..... emble at'l'2:30, walking entries asasnbrur 12:30, parade will line up al 1:00, parade starts at 1:30. Sunday. AugUS, * q be CIough's field through his driveway A floats reeoilnized as such by the luuge "-,,, ,-- "" e and better opP ...... " judged at 11:30 prior to the parade. This gives the judges more tim _ a. should ty to see and judge all floats. Parade w I start at 1 30 am. Entries for thef'ar,o+c" beattheirassembty poinlbetween 12.00p m and 1230pro toregistertnelrcm" .... lion for elilzibilitv to quulifv for prize money something that will be fun to Sunday, the Odell Walker watch. Gymkhana is a series Band will give two shows at of athletic events performed 2:30 p.m and8:30p.m. on horseback against the The finale of the fair will be clock. These events or races a Demolition Derby at 6 p,m. require great skill and Sunday. The winner will patience on the part of the receiveS1000. horse and rider. They are fast, Every night 6f the fair exciting and often funny. So prizes like a color TV or twin don't miss the Gymkhana. to speed bicycles will he given Also Sunday morning there away to lucky ticket holders. will be the tractor driving ---- contest and the trained steers DANCE WORKSHOP competition. BURLINGTON--A two-week At noon there will be a third workshop in ballet, Sum- performance of the Magic merdance, will be offered at Show. In the afternoon there the University of Vermont will he a ttorse Pulling Con- Aug. 10-21, including in- test. Up on Main Street there termediate and advanced will be a bathtub race followed level classes. Instructor will by the Parade. be Chert Noble, former ballet Music this year will be master of the Pennsylvania provided by the Cook S.how Ballet Co. For further in- Band, featuring Bradford's formation or registration, call own Reg Bagley. 656-4009. I Mmm HEALTH SERVICE ! I Orange County Mental Health ! Table pmns Campcrafts Naturecrafts Tennb Guitar Basketball prom Sign up on July 27th for 2 weeks of fun and activity For Bradford residents there is no charp. Children from surrounding towns is q,00 per day. Call Carolyn Jefts for further information at 222-9387. Volunteer help still needed and welcome. Friday evening's en- tertainment will be provided by "Pickin Up Steam". Saturday looks like a full day with something of interest for everyone. In the morning, the Jaycees will sponsor their 3rd Annual Country Road Race, an eight-mile running race up to the Goshen area and back down. The Cattle Show will start in the morning at 9 a.m. with the Junior Division Classes. The show will continue most of the day with classes for all age heifers and cows and for yearling bulls and bull calves. There will be special awards, showma,nship awards, Grand and Reserve Champions and Champion of All Breeds. For kids of all ages, the Little Red Wagon Caravan will present a Magic Show at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. This is a group of theatrical students from the University of New Hampshire. Also Saturday, the" Ox Pulling Contest will start at 11 a.m. and continue through the afternoon. That evening the popular 4-Wheel Drive Pull will start at 6 p.m. Sunday's events will start at 10 a.m. with the 2nd Annual Gymkhana Roundup. This is a SUBARU 444-iS98 ) 8 GREEN ST. UTTLETON ]li II I I II I II IIIIII II III IIII II II Is Ely Vermont's Wildest Town? It all depends on who you ashy ermonl has always been a land o{ superlatives, a state filled with [av(trites attd hurtling with I>PSlS. On that, jusl ar)ui everyone agrees. But after that, the opinions start gelling sharply divided. There|ore, get-' ting Vermt)nters t,o agIt't + on the wildesl lown t)r the Ix'st [ishing huh'. <)t the Iwst cup <d (<diet +. or the Iwsl anything in Vclmonl sx,med apl)caling It) the editols Id l'er.lt.t/l.JJe+ With that ill ulind, tOnllil)tlttlls WPIC asked to tompile a list of SUl+tlalives whith resulted in a stx'cial 49 page [eature entitled "An Insider's Guide to Vet- motif Bests and Favor ites." "The Wildtst Town" can IX' [ound on page +t8 ol the stlmler issue. It's one issue you will surely ilOt want to miss. In what is the first, but nol the last list of Vermont S ut+rla t i yes, you are +sure to begin It) form st)me t)piniolls o[ your owu. Summer 1981--don't miss it[ In the new Vermont Li]e one thing Ely has is Vermont's "Best Auctioneer." new event to the pair and YES. WE STILL HAVE NEW CARS AND TRUCKS AVAILABLE One of the largest new and used car and truck selections in the Upper Valley first and only automotive supermarket e,wtn c..o, West HartfOrd, Vt 5*3013 29S.1014 IE. Peanut Plrklt Wilder Yt 29S-3?24 Bank rate up to 48 months "'Hol of th, to Day CASH PAID FOR LgTE MODEL USED CARS AND PICKUPS OVER 36 YEARS DEPENDABLE SFRVICE , CLIFFORD'S GARAG00 INC.. otue 14,W. Hartford, Vt. TOP TIqADE IN July 22, t98t-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 Fire exercise in IV. Topsham READY--Firemen are at their stations in The lower portion of the house is now raging on the inside of the house. The roof is virtually gone. firemen water the nearby barn INGREDIENT--Kerosene was used to structure. Across the street, Fire Chief touches bases with his men while. donuts were served by the Tri-Village Ix ) S--Sme seeps through the roof inside begins to travel through the walls. iif ,as set at 8:12 a.m. and at 8:18 a.m., just six i atq t] e fire broke through the roof. N,\\; to break through the wooden shakes of k ii!! : +; evident and spreading fast throughout te burn, Sunday morning was a near- 1 e flames burned straight up as the gulfed in flames. Another view from the back of the house shows the fire blazing on the right side. i A side view of the house while fire was still in the upper portion of the house. The upper left window is where the fire was started. * Over the river (continued from page4) Besides the eggs produced living there was Daniel, who locally, Mr. Cohen ships in two died in 1916. It had been bought by Jacob Bedel in 1818. In stagecoach days, the small brick house on this place was an inn known as a "half-way house," where stagecoach passengers waited while the horses were being changed. Jones-Beattie-Cole place, 1857 Lois Cole's house in North Monroe was built on part of the farm which was in her family since 1857, when it was bought by her great uncle, John Jones. He sold it to his brother Henry, who passed it or three trailerloads of eggs every week. Like the egg production, the egg processing is entirely automated, moving the eggs by means of suction cups, rollers, conveyor belts, and inclines. They are cooled, washed, dried, candled, graded (sorted by weight) and packed. Working in two shifts, 23 people handle over a million eggs a week. Most of them are sold to grocery stores and grocery chains. The site of this egg in- dustry has always been a busy place. Capt. Paddleford's first on to his adopted daughter, Annie l Little) Jones. Her mother was John and Henry's sister Ann Ruby Little, who had died when Annie was less than three weeks old. Annie married Robert Beattie, who eventually took over the Jones farm. He is remembered as one of the oldtime fiddlers, also was often requested to demon- strate clog dancing and Irish jigs. Robert's daughter Lois's first husband was Perley Emery, who was killed in a railroad accident in Newbury Itrack washout in 1923). Lois later married Walter Cole, and in 1934 they built a house on a corner of her father's farm, where she still lives. Lois's knowledge of Monroe history has been very helpful to us. The remainder of the Jones farm was sold to Michael Stupack after Robert Beattie died in 1942. Linfield Ward farm, 1862 The Linfield Ward farm was originally part of "Hurd's Location", a sizeable tract of land which had been granted to John Hurd of Haverhill. Mr. Hurd was a close associate of members of the Provincial government, and therefore was granted extensive tracts of land in the North Country. He was responsible for establishing Haverhill as the county seat, and was Grafton County's first register of deeds -- many of which were his. sawmill was moved several times and ended up here. At the time of this final move, the mill was changed from water power to steam power, and was in operation until about 1935, running for the last few years by electricity. HORSE PULL--Scenes like this horse pull competition last year will be repeated at this year's Connecticut Valley Fair opening Thursday at 6 p.m. Connecticut Valley Fair Cross-Bort farm, 1870 The Bort farm, like the Linfield Ward farm, was part BRADFORD--The Con- of Hurd's Location, in fact it necticut Valley Fair will open borders the Connecticut River adjacent to the Deer Islands its gates for the 35th year tomorrow at 6 p.m. where John Hyndman had Thursday night will feature settled and had been evicted by Mr. Hurd. a 4-wheel drive pull for local Freeman Cross bought entrants. Friday morning all livestock and crafts and this farm in 1870, later passing ........... - " g " r time to see many of these tJeorge worxea as a carpente o,,+,;h, whae the,, are fresh and farmer, then the farm and'leore't'h'e 11"udm<n went to his son Loren, who ...... e -h g'" -- lived in the village and raised rttf ea,,,u o,. AlcaennWnhmr: heifers and hay on the farm. It ;u ha ,-les for ,+,,1 , re_now owntnd wby. Loren's arrangemen in a hakeitn'a WlOOW, Laura, no is renting o, ,.o,. o,, fr ,'e to name out the fields. Eventually it a'ew . ............ will go to their niece, Joyce ...; .... w.l  Cate (da -'e "-'lit - rt L nuoren s classes st 1 o .. _ gnt r ox hi. an us r flower bouquet, animals made mcuurn y, wno nas ne f ...... ers will be heme there o trmt ano am Due to' fires in 1939 and eXDhlisbl?d" s of home-Town or 4952, the farm buildings are all ,,.,,a Pon y ,,, g,.,,a, ot gone, except for one old barn. v ........... v.+ v ........ vegetables, canned goods, References: President jellies, pickles, baked goods landowners ; History of Monroe, by Frances Ann and candies will be shown. Amateur and professional Johnson, 1955; GraftonCounty agriculturists can even try Register of Deeds, to supply or confirm datos, their hand at judging the opens tomorrow Senior discount rate is offered quality of various types of hay. The talents of local craft- smen and seamstresses will be apparent in the exhibits of knitting, crocheting, home Capt. Philip Paddleford's BRADFORD--Senior Citizens sewing, home furnishings and grandson Comer bought the are extended discount ratos by rug making. Art and farm in 1862. After he died it the newly built Garden Motor photography will be shown /\\; went to his daughter Ellen, Lodge and Restaurant and "ud ed t /:   who married John Roy of Helen and Sonny, "owners, ._ g ._- ........ . ........ t :j [ :!i tmrnet, ror many years It was are showing their ap- be extensive with a tood , /'..+ + ...... .  occupied by her stepson, preciation of Senior Citizens ........ ,o+;,, ,, n; .... ++u [ m (i lnBi- Ralph Haring. Linfieldbygivingadiscountfordining '''..', ............ : ...... :  Ward an ce 0 + + ++ ................... +" ......... + +" " ....... + .... +o ......  +++  ....... +++ +++= +++:++=+++me ++++:+i + + ++++ ++re+ ++++ ..... ++ ++++ ,. ,,+ ..+ i ptaee ln1940, showing of an Orange mast +ud,'i-" and the Tractor Pull 1 IFI ': ++++ ''q In recent years the farm Senior Citizens membership ,:.e,,,ch,,,mh,a ][  . ++= " .... has been divided, the card or a Senior Citizens card :,R'sel+a't'"',,'':: l  buildings and most of the farm from a similar group. +oo','- t,,'m ,' e^,,o' "" I  going to Linfield's son There is no c-har-ge for the ,,'h+,''t."p,,l"( ,,+"'h',"  Theodore who is operating card and it is easily obtained ,.n .... f ...... .nhi.. tram  the farm with Registered by a visit to the Orange East ,'",' "t"'s,: .... +'14"0 =r. Jerseys. . . .- Semor Center, Maln Street, pound units and will go on all Adifferent viewofthe mazexrommelromyar . Another section oI me Bradford afternoon and into the farm was sold to Linfield s Helen "and Sonny would evening brother Leslie for a poultry appreciate the making of a plant, under the name of reservation, if possible. A Ward's Poultry Farm, now sample copy of the menu and managed by Leslie s daughter other information is available and son-in-law, Carol and at the Senior Center. The new i Gerry Laflamme, also his son owners are looking forward to Terry Ward. For their laying greeting Orange East Senior hens they have two completely members. automated laying houses, each 460 feet long, and each holding 20,000 hens, besides SON ARRIVES facilities for another 60,000 on Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henry Coppermine Road. Beyond the of E. Corinth are the parents town line in Littleton they of a baby son, Carson Elliott, born June 27 at Mary Hit- have two brooder houses for chcock Memorial Hospital. raising their replacements. TASKER'S WELL We Need Yoar Bminm! Our Business Is Going In The Hole. 942-5581 Northwood, N.H. The buildings are very dependant on ventilating fans, as was shown last summer when a thermostat failed and 9,000 hens died from the heat. Adjacent to the poultry plant is another family- operated business, the egg processing plant known as North Country Farms, Inc. It was started in 1969 as a par- tnership of Leslie Ward, his brother-in-law Rodney Stanton, and an egg-producer from Maine, Maurice Cohen. The Bradford Summer Recreation Program will be held at Memorial Field from 10 AM - 2 PM July 27th - August 7th for children age 7 - 15. Activities will include: Softball Basic water safety Arb and crafts Macrame Dungeon and dralons and chess Viewing the fire from the left side of the house shows the intensity of the blaze. Std:)sdmte nurse hired in Orford ORFORD--The board of the Orford and Piermont. Orford Community Health Residents of these towns can Service is informing Orford continue to reach the nurse at and Piermont residents that her office in the Orford High they have granted a leave of School at 353-4853, or at her absence for a period of one home at353-9071. year to their nurse Barbara Dyke. NEW SON During this period, Joan Mr. and Mrs. Terry Gibson Carvalho, R.N. will serve as of White River Jet. are the school nurse for the Orford parents of a new son, Daniel school system and as cam- York, horn at Mary Hitchcock munity health nurse for MemorialHospitalJuly9. North Haverhill Parade PARADE $50.00 GRAND PRIZE Classiflcatlau Class I 4-11 Floats Class 2. Grange & A.riculture Class 3. Other Floats 3-1 Our environmental mnrld 3-2 Our heritage 3-3 All others Class 4. Queen Contest ' Class 5. Saddle Horses Class 6 Decorated B cyc es & Go-Carts Class 7 Walking Entries (;lass 8+ Best Commercial Class 9. Oldest Antique Car Class 10, tlorse Drawn Vehwle individual PriErs tat 2d 3rd tth Sth $5O $25 $15 $I0 $5 50 25 15 10 5 ,50 25 15 50 40 30 20 l0 20 15 10 5 10 5 3 2 t 10 5 3 2 1 25 20 15 t0 5 20 15 10 20 15 10 8 5. Chairman and Assistant Ray & Barbara Eno <7871411 At float .... ognized ..... h by the Judg ....... lye $500 .... ept th;ehh:eCeh won a pr ze Dec s sits o 'judges wi I be final In case of a class with less t. -q entries, prizes will be awarded according to mert at the discretion of the Juogesit v entries, except class 9 are judged on a po ;at system Appearance + 50 p!nts: or ',g!,::" X -- 80 oints: Effort -- 50 points, Three Jud.es are nvolved on an indlvlOUal..:('l'6 maxiPum of 450 points i+'+ posaible Single eniry with the highest total point+'+ wIt?w tvn GRAND PRIZE, In case of a tie. first and second prize will be combined anaul)Ca tie equa ly between the two tied entr es Second and third will be combines tn c_a.-( , ow at second place. Third prize will be eliminated Announcement ff prizes w., - draw ng for raffle prizes al lhe Fai ' Booth , , ,sassemble I'aradeentrieswillassembleatthe FairGrounds NorthHaverhih. rua .... -. -. at It :30, H ...... horace drawn vehicl ..... emble at'l'2:30, walking entries asasnbrur 12:30, parade will line up al 1:00, parade starts at 1:30. Sunday. AugUS, * q be CIough's field through his driveway A floats reeoilnized as such by the luuge "-,,, ,-- "" e and better opP ...... " judged at 11:30 prior to the parade. This gives the judges more tim _ a. should ty to see and judge all floats. Parade w I start at 1 30 am. Entries for thef'ar,o+c" beattheirassembty poinlbetween 12.00p m and 1230pro toregistertnelrcm" .... lion for elilzibilitv to quulifv for prize money something that will be fun to Sunday, the Odell Walker watch. Gymkhana is a series Band will give two shows at of athletic events performed 2:30 p.m and8:30p.m. on horseback against the The finale of the fair will be clock. These events or races a Demolition Derby at 6 p,m. require great skill and Sunday. The winner will patience on the part of the receiveS1000. horse and rider. They are fast, Every night 6f the fair exciting and often funny. So prizes like a color TV or twin don't miss the Gymkhana. to speed bicycles will he given Also Sunday morning there away to lucky ticket holders. will be the tractor driving ---- contest and the trained steers DANCE WORKSHOP competition. BURLINGTON--A two-week At noon there will be a third workshop in ballet, Sum- performance of the Magic merdance, will be offered at Show. In the afternoon there the University of Vermont will he a ttorse Pulling Con- Aug. 10-21, including in- test. Up on Main Street there termediate and advanced will be a bathtub race followed level classes. Instructor will by the Parade. be Chert Noble, former ballet Music this year will be master of the Pennsylvania provided by the Cook S.how Ballet Co. For further in- Band, featuring Bradford's formation or registration, call own Reg Bagley. 656-4009. I Mmm HEALTH SERVICE ! I Orange County Mental Health ! Table pmns Campcrafts Naturecrafts Tennb Guitar Basketball prom Sign up on July 27th for 2 weeks of fun and activity For Bradford residents there is no charp. Children from surrounding towns is q,00 per day. Call Carolyn Jefts for further information at 222-9387. Volunteer help still needed and welcome. Friday evening's en- tertainment will be provided by "Pickin Up Steam". Saturday looks like a full day with something of interest for everyone. In the morning, the Jaycees will sponsor their 3rd Annual Country Road Race, an eight-mile running race up to the Goshen area and back down. The Cattle Show will start in the morning at 9 a.m. with the Junior Division Classes. The show will continue most of the day with classes for all age heifers and cows and for yearling bulls and bull calves. There will be special awards, showma,nship awards, Grand and Reserve Champions and Champion of All Breeds. For kids of all ages, the Little Red Wagon Caravan will present a Magic Show at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. This is a group of theatrical students from the University of New Hampshire. Also Saturday, the" Ox Pulling Contest will start at 11 a.m. and continue through the afternoon. That evening the popular 4-Wheel Drive Pull will start at 6 p.m. Sunday's events will start at 10 a.m. with the 2nd Annual Gymkhana Roundup. This is a SUBARU 444-iS98 ) 8 GREEN ST. UTTLETON ]li II I I II I II IIIIII II III IIII II II Is Ely Vermont's Wildest Town? It all depends on who you ashy ermonl has always been a land o{ superlatives, a state filled with [av(trites attd hurtling with I>PSlS. On that, jusl ar)ui everyone agrees. But after that, the opinions start gelling sharply divided. There|ore, get-' ting Vermt)nters t,o agIt't + on the wildesl lown t)r the Ix'st [ishing huh'. <)t the Iwst cup <d (<diet +. or the Iwsl anything in Vclmonl sx,med apl)caling It) the editols Id l'er.lt.t/l.JJe+ With that ill ulind, tOnllil)tlttlls WPIC asked to tompile a list of SUl+tlalives whith resulted in a stx'cial 49 page [eature entitled "An Insider's Guide to Vet- motif Bests and Favor ites." "The Wildtst Town" can IX' [ound on page +t8 ol the stlmler issue. It's one issue you will surely ilOt want to miss. In what is the first, but nol the last list of Vermont S ut+rla t i yes, you are +sure to begin It) form st)me t)piniolls o[ your owu. Summer 1981--don't miss it[ In the new Vermont Li]e one thing Ely has is Vermont's "Best Auctioneer." new event to the pair and YES. WE STILL HAVE NEW CARS AND TRUCKS AVAILABLE One of the largest new and used car and truck selections in the Upper Valley first and only automotive supermarket e,wtn c..o, West HartfOrd, Vt 5*3013 29S.1014 IE. 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