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; July 29, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 River,,,,,, successful Lasagna was held by the Church July Sue Goodwin as On August 14 there be a food sale at 10:05 On September 12 the will hold a Rummage Wells River Fire Lrtment sponsored a Dance July 18. will be used for of the tanker. Keith Ober, superin- of Blue Mountain School, reported on the board meeting on recently. Brochures "The Board" were to board members. for honor roll listed as follows: in Haverhill Everett Hensons at- the Maine Chapter of the SCSA at Mountain near Lake. They also a trout farm near Lake and were to sight a bull moose a cow moose. Their Martha and Mike boined them at United Methodist sponsored the July party at the County Those- attending in- Starbard, Edith Gertrude Brooks, Florence Clough Horne. Laurie played the piano for ) singing. and Mrs. Thomas and Mary and Marcy Cole has had a his eye. He a piece of wire up and lacerated His eye is being at Hanover but he is present. Tom D&apos;Mubala family, 'neighbors of Selenda in Lebanon, Conn., at Sleepers Meadow t are camping out in Groton State and the Grow boys en- a cookout with them night. Ryan will with them to Con- Smit has had a friend Pennsylvania -- e Hoover. and June Thomas are company of their +Beau, who is With 4hem while his and baby brother go the process of moving Page is off to camp this Saturday. Her Diane and husband ire moving to good to see Andy River, Gladys Sawyer and Aldrich visited her and family, the trringtons, at the Cottage on Lake Rain but they the lake and game Darlene Wild of "visited her grand- Gladys Sswyer Darlene ts this week from at the Glamour Barre. Chalmers for- Bradford and moved into the he village. tnd Mrs. William last weekend Peterson family N.Y. and Corey AUCTION Beth Nelsou 757-3429 grades 7-12 a 90 or above will be required for high honors, 85 or above honors. Only full- time full credit courses will be acceptable for honors. Any student removed for disciplinary reasons will automatically be removed from the Honor Roll. A nomination that noon busing of Kindergarten children be restored was not approved. There was a discussion with Mr. and Mrs. Russ Sulham regarding the findings of a PIC survey particularly in regard to discipline. There will be a closed meeting with teachers and board members regarding these matters. The Class of '83 held a car wash at People's last Satur- day. Katharine Blaisdell 787-6315 are visiting Henry Genest while Phoebe is in Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. Becky Keniston has returned from Salem, Mass., where she visRed Catherine Conrad. She visited the aquarium in Bostonv. and the Stoneham Zoo, and aw "The Sound of Music." Lois, Elizabeth and Edith Henson had lunch Friday with Melissa Henson in Campton. Sunday visitors of the Blaisdells were Melissa and Angela Blaisdell and Dana, Dorothy and Bryan Custance. Also, Lee Pearson, a veterinary student from Kansas is staying here for two weeks for veterinary ex- perience. Tents are up for North Haverhill Fair. Isabel Whitney 866-5676 Deckert and his family from Salina, Kansas. They stopped at Isabel Whitney's Saturday. Andy has received a grant to attend the School of English at Breadloaf. They have been frequent visitors to Sleepers Meadow Cabins. 007 Sylvester feels hopelessly confused. He cannot understand why the postal service says he may wear a baseball cap on his irregular route. He says HE did not go on strike but the baseball players did so why should he wear a baseball cap? I agree, Sylvester. The old poplar tree that shaded John Smith's porch has had to be cut down. John's mother planted it nearly 70 years ago. It was a magnificent shade4ree but could not be saved. Five members of Earl Brock Post and six members of the auxiliary met at the Boltonville School House on July 21. Plans were made to join with Bradford for in- stallation of officers on August 4 and for a food sale at the end of August. I Mrs. Clinton Sawyei- 439-5445 Tillotson, children of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Tillotson and Crystal Currier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Currier, all of Barre, spent the week with their grandparents, the William Tillotsons. The Triangle Homemakers Club met Wednesday at the home of Lillian Lamb in E. Corinth for their annual picnic and a short business meeting. A sum of money was voted to send our president to the National Council Meeting at Durham, N.H. in August. A picnic dinner was served at noon including a birthday cake for all having birthdays in July. A surprise card and shower was tendered Becky Smith, who responded very graciously. There will be no meeting in August. The' September meeting will be announced later. set, scrub! ... er, go. c ,+u, Va+yVa'r I 1 TowN++ onnec A Community Health Art Show Winners services town nurse will check hypertens3on, weight and PHOTOGRAPHY diabetes Aug. 5 from 9 a.m.-12 1st--Sue Hardy, S20 -" p.m. at the Bradford Senior 2nd--AnnetteShepard, $10 Center and from 1-4 p.m. at 3rd--Sue Hardy, $5 ADULT DIVISION Bessie Johnson, the E. Corinth Library. 1st--Beth Thompson, $20 BITS OF INFORMATION 2nd--Meri3rd_NancyCarpenter,search, $5510 WO O dSV///e, d/es The longest hot spell on record occurred in Marble Bar, West Honorable mention: Elizabeth Robinson, Ken Denton, Flora Karpin WOODSVILLE--Bessie W. made to the American Cancer Australia, when the average JUNIORDIVISlON Johnson, 81, died July 4 at Society, 686 Mast Road, temperature was 100 degrees fahrenheit or above for 162 lst--Heide Osgood, $15 Cottage Hospital after a Manchester, N.H. 03102. consecutive days. 2nd--Christopher Clogston, $8 sudden illness. 3rd--Sheila Williams, $4 She was born in  Honorable mention: Chris Clogston Basingstoke, England, 1900, BEST IN SHOW the daughter of Samuel and Heide Osguod Catherine WooLLen. She had been a resident of !. Woodsville for many years, a member of St. Lukes Episcopal Church, St. Luke's Altar Guild, St. Luke's Church women, a silver star member of Mt. Gardner Grange, a 52- year member of the American : ( Legion Auxiliary in St. + Johnsbury and a member for many years of the Ladies + . [ | 4[ _, . + i Auxiliary of the United +.  Transportation Union. She i:+ had worked for many years at .  ' " .... +" the Grafton County Complex + .......  %. as an aide. .... -+: .... ++ ........... Mrs. Johnson is survived by +FAIR DlSlLAY--Future Farmers of America from + a daughter, "Shirley lmpey, Barnet; a sister, Mrs. Alfred Oxbow show animals at fair. Ox Pull Vinners cox, Basingstoke England; 17 2,000 POUND CLASS grandchildren; 14 great Ist--JeffJones, So.Pomfret, Vt. grandchildren and many 2nd--Dan Roberts, W. Fairlee, Vt. nieces and nephews. 3rd--Bill Tabor, Cuttingsville, Vt. Graveside services were 4th--Jeff Jones, So. Pomfret, Vt. held at Horsemeadow 5th--Chas. Cole, W. Newbury Cemetery with ReD. Patricia .' + 2,400 POUND CLASS Hough-Ross officiating. lst--CarrollA. Reed, Woodstock, Vt. Memorial gifts may he 2nd--Byron Cole, No. Pomfret, Vt. 3rd--Robert N. Alden, Etna, N.H. 4th--Ralph Jackson, Windsor, Vt. 5th--Glen Larkham, Bradford 2,800 POUND CLASS 1st--Bill Tabor, Cuttingsville, Vt. WELL 2nd--Robert Adams, Etna, N.H. DRItI.|N0 FAIR ENTERTAINMENT--"Pickin' Up Steam" 3rd--Carroll Reed & Son, Woodstock, Vt. 4th--Bob Norman, Clairemont, N.H. group entertains fairgoers. , 5th--Ernest Chamberlain, Woodstock, Vt. ROTARY HAMMER 3,290 POUND CLASS .-- lst--Ray Roberts, W. Fairlee, Vt. DRILLING. 20 YEARS 2nd--Chas. Cole, W. Newbury, Vt. DRILLING EXPERIENCE 3rd--John LaHaye, Lebanon, N.H. 4th--Ralph Griffen, Rutland, Vt. COfvPLE TE V/ATEI 5th--Dan Roberts, W. Fairlee, Vt. SYST[/VS INSTALLED FREE FOR ALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE lst--Dan Roberts, W. Fairlee, Vt. 2nd--Ray Roberts, W. Fairlee, Vt. CALL OR WRITE 3rd--Chas. Cole, W. Newbury, Vt. 4th--Fred Koloski, White River, Vt. 5th--OlinMaxham, Woodstock, Vt. The E. WORKING STEERS In the Junior Division there were five (5) teams shown, BENEDIN[ results as follows: lst--Eric Wrightman, Danville, Vt. Artesion Well Co. 2nd--Gail Roberts, W. Fair]ee, Vt. 3rd--Eric Robinson, Post Mills, Vt. B<,,, V,ew O, ,re 4th--Beverly Roberts, W. Fairlee, Vt. R D Bo,,e V, TIME TO RE-TIRFf--One of local business exhibits at In the Senior Division there were eight (8) teams. 476 a832 fair. 1st--Danny Robert, W. Fairlee, Vt. 30 YEAP,I(PERI|NCIE +,. d--Earl Rabil Post Mill& Vt. : , ..... " 3rd--Tammy Greer, Springfield, Vt. 4th--Alec Greer, Springfield, Vt. + CATTLE SHOW--4-Her's show cows at Connecticut " Valley Fair. You'll be in + great shape game.BONG !--A lady wields the mallet lu test f strength with the weekly pair! Walkers seekffeeze on nuclear weapons You can't beat our Journal 0pinion and Second Opinion. PUTNEY--A group of citizens physician: John Kenneth will walk from Washington to Galbraith; ReD Howard People like different things and we offer something for Moscow during Aug. 6-9 to Stearns of the Vermont dramatize their support for a Ecumenical Council: and even/one m the family.., for the housewife to start her us. USSR nuclear weapons Upper Valley author Grace freeze. Paley. day off right, for the working man to relax with after a But no feet will get wet, nor Upper Valley area par- hectic day at 1he office, borders be crossed, ticipants in the walk will in- Washington and Moscow are clude Dr. James Watt of Ely, For the convenience of home delivery subscribe to the two towns 35 miles apart in Mary Fisher of Post Mills, central Vermont. The walk Holyoke Homer of Bradford Journal Opinion and get the Second Opinion as a bonus, symbolizes the hope that and Virginia Vietje of Fairlee. citizen action can move the Walkers from Washingtonte 00J.00 in Vermont and New Hampshh American and Soviet Moscow will be addressed in Governments to halt the each town by U.S. and Soviet ql.00 0ut of State nuclear arms race. citizens. The Walk is A large "Parade for a cosponsored by the Vermont $7.00 SollJol' CJefl Rites Nuclear Weapons Freeze", American Friends Service Ull--p'n'on and an Assembly on the State Committee (AFSC) and the l "nournan Ill'00 .oue Lawn, will take place Vermont Ecumenical Council Aug. 7 in Montpelier. Speakers Peace Committee, with P. O. BOX 378 BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 will include U.S. Senator participating organizations Patrick Leahy (D-Vt), a such as the Physicians for Soviet and an American Social Responsibility. clubs had extensive display at Con- Mley Fair. NAME ADDRESS TOWN STATE TEL. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all the firemen, friends, neighbors and relatives for their generous gifts of time, food, clothing, dishes and money. The Gordon George Family m00000000lgsvAv00 1 Montebeilo Street Woodsviile, NH 03785 603-747-2000 BROK ER: ImWql ASSOCIATES: Albine A. Leuthold  Paul Mayette 787-6270 Robe Dupuis 747-2531 List No. 251-- Immaculate 2 bedroom ranch on 1.5 acres + or -. Separate L-R, D-R -- large kitchen. Full basement, 2 car attached garage. Appliances include stove, refrigerator, washer & dryer. Oil FHA heat. 3 separate small buildings were used for antique business.., on well traveled state highway. Just move in and enjoy the beautiful mountain views from the front porch. $47,500. List No. 25S--- Tastefully redecorated throughout -- this 19th century colonial home is surrounded by over one acre of grounds. 3 bedrooms, all good size . . . formal D-R, L-R, sitting room -- built in desk. Oak kitchen cabinets -- detached 2 car garage and barn, wood heat. In small town . . . Don't miss this one at $51,000. l l Connecticut Valley Fair Tractor Pull Winners 1,000 POUND CLASS 1. Mike Olsen, N. Haverhill 2. Jim Aldrich, Haverhill 3. George Tessier, Enfield 4. Harry Norcross, N. Haverhill 1,300 POUND CLAS& 1. John Aldrich, No. Haverhill 2. George Tessier, Enfield 3 Bret Hasbrauk, Middletown, CT. 4. Jim Aldrich, No. Haverhill 5,000 POUND CLASS 1. Jim Aldrich, N. Haverhill 2. Robert Miller, Bradford 3. Robert Danforth, E. Corinth 4. Fred Hasbrauk, Middletown, CT. 6,OOO POUND CLASS 1. Fred Hasbrauk, Middletown, CT. 2. Rod Hatch, No. Haverhill 3. Jim Aldrich, No. Haverhill 4. Corey McDaniels, No. Haverhill 7,000 POUND CLASS 1. Jim Aldrich, N. Haverhill 2. Fred Hasbrauk, Middletown, CT. 3. Rod Hatch, No. Haverhill 4. Bucky Lund, E. Corinth 8,000 POUND CLASS 1. Warren Baily, So. Ryegate 2. Jim Aldrich, No. Haverhill 3. Bucky Lund, E. Corinth 9,000 POUND CLASS 1. Warren Bailey, So. Ryegate 2. Jim Aldrich, No. Haverhill 3. Corey McDaniels, No. Haverhill 10,000 POUND CLASS 1. Corey McDaniels, No. Haverhill 2. Warren Bailey, So. Ryegate 3. Jeff Slack, Bradford 4. Jim Aldrich, No. Haverhill 12,000 POUND CLASS 1. Jeff Slack, Bradford 2. Richard McDaniels, No. Haverhill 3. Stewart Vaughan, So. Ryegate 4. Brewster Thurston, So. Newbury +' 14.000 POUND CLASS '+ 1. Stewart Vaughan, So. Ryegate " ' " 2. Richard McDaniel, No. Haverhill 3. Brewster Thurston, So. Newbury GYMKHANA--Evont is eating a donut la the fastest time on horseback. AUCTION " At my place located, on the Pavilion Road, East Thetford, Vt. SATURDAY-- AUGUST 1 STARTING AT S:@ A.M. - CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT Case 310G crawler w-DroLL 4 in 1 bucket, (excellent condition); Winslow Binanbatch 75 T. Batch plant, 3 compartment w- dust collector & 3 beam scales w- 105 ft. conveyor w- 5 H.P. elec. motor; Ford Ferguson tractor, 3 pt. hitch sawrig, Ferguson 3 pt. hitch rake, 3 pt. hitch mower, 3 H.P. generator, 6 ft. Fisher plow, frame & hoist; DeWaR 9" bench saw, Delta 990 radial arm saw, quantity of elec. motors from 1-5 H.P., B.&S. gas engine, transit level, Chrysler Industrial gas engine, scaflin, jack hammers, breaker & tools, Stow power screed, elec. cement mixer, concrete bucket, nearly new grouser pads for J.D., parking lot curbs, ground pounder, quantity d sand & stone, screen, Reliance jaw crusher, DeleD power pak, contractors heaters, metal ahelving, 1V= t. floor Jack, LeRoy Indust, water cool power plant, Kohler generator, Myers gas water pump lZ/z" suction, steel cabinets, 1967 Jeep Commando, 2 compartment hopper I Yd. scale, form ties, Easy sand blaster, belting, binders, truck chains, shingles, 4x8 pickup cap, elec. water pump, steam cleaner, tires, drums, Kingham 32 ft. tandem box trailer, power mower, wheelbarrow, barracades, quantity of iron, plus much much more. OFFICE EQUIPMENT 3 M copier & stand, 2 new Lathen time clocks, win- dew air conditioner, office chairs, wood file cabinet, wooden desk, 5 channel intercom system. TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK LUNCH ON GROUNDS OWNER: JAY HILL, EAS'ITIIETFORD. VT. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. EAST THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 or 785-2161 ; July 29, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 River,,,,,, successful Lasagna was held by the Church July Sue Goodwin as On August 14 there be a food sale at 10:05 On September 12 the will hold a Rummage Wells River Fire Lrtment sponsored a Dance July 18. will be used for of the tanker. Keith Ober, superin- of Blue Mountain School, reported on the board meeting on recently. Brochures "The Board" were to board members. for honor roll listed as follows: in Haverhill Everett Hensons at- the Maine Chapter of the SCSA at Mountain near Lake. They also a trout farm near Lake and were to sight a bull moose a cow moose. Their Martha and Mike boined them at United Methodist sponsored the July party at the County Those- attending in- Starbard, Edith Gertrude Brooks, Florence Clough Horne. Laurie played the piano for ) singing. and Mrs. Thomas and Mary and Marcy Cole has had a his eye. He a piece of wire up and lacerated His eye is being at Hanover but he is present. Tom D'Mubala family, 'neighbors of Selenda in Lebanon, Conn., at Sleepers Meadow t are camping out in Groton State and the Grow boys en- a cookout with them night. Ryan will with them to Con- Smit has had a friend Pennsylvania -- e Hoover. and June Thomas are company of their +Beau, who is With 4hem while his and baby brother go the process of moving Page is off to camp this Saturday. Her Diane and husband ire moving to good to see Andy River, Gladys Sawyer and Aldrich visited her and family, the trringtons, at the Cottage on Lake Rain but they the lake and game Darlene Wild of "visited her grand- Gladys Sswyer Darlene ts this week from at the Glamour Barre. Chalmers for- Bradford and moved into the he village. tnd Mrs. William last weekend Peterson family N.Y. and Corey AUCTION Beth Nelsou 757-3429 grades 7-12 a 90 or above will be required for high honors, 85 or above honors. Only full- time full credit courses will be acceptable for honors. Any student removed for disciplinary reasons will automatically be removed from the Honor Roll. A nomination that noon busing of Kindergarten children be restored was not approved. There was a discussion with Mr. and Mrs. Russ Sulham regarding the findings of a PIC survey particularly in regard to discipline. There will be a closed meeting with teachers and board members regarding these matters. The Class of '83 held a car wash at People's last Satur- day. Katharine Blaisdell 787-6315 are visiting Henry Genest while Phoebe is in Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. Becky Keniston has returned from Salem, Mass., where she visRed Catherine Conrad. She visited the aquarium in Bostonv. and the Stoneham Zoo, and aw "The Sound of Music." Lois, Elizabeth and Edith Henson had lunch Friday with Melissa Henson in Campton. Sunday visitors of the Blaisdells were Melissa and Angela Blaisdell and Dana, Dorothy and Bryan Custance. Also, Lee Pearson, a veterinary student from Kansas is staying here for two weeks for veterinary ex- perience. Tents are up for North Haverhill Fair. Isabel Whitney 866-5676 Deckert and his family from Salina, Kansas. They stopped at Isabel Whitney's Saturday. Andy has received a grant to attend the School of English at Breadloaf. They have been frequent visitors to Sleepers Meadow Cabins. 007 Sylvester feels hopelessly confused. He cannot understand why the postal service says he may wear a baseball cap on his irregular route. He says HE did not go on strike but the baseball players did so why should he wear a baseball cap? I agree, Sylvester. The old poplar tree that shaded John Smith's porch has had to be cut down. John's mother planted it nearly 70 years ago. It was a magnificent shade4ree but could not be saved. Five members of Earl Brock Post and six members of the auxiliary met at the Boltonville School House on July 21. Plans were made to join with Bradford for in- stallation of officers on August 4 and for a food sale at the end of August. I Mrs. Clinton Sawyei- 439-5445 Tillotson, children of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Tillotson and Crystal Currier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Currier, all of Barre, spent the week with their grandparents, the William Tillotsons. The Triangle Homemakers Club met Wednesday at the home of Lillian Lamb in E. Corinth for their annual picnic and a short business meeting. A sum of money was voted to send our president to the National Council Meeting at Durham, N.H. in August. A picnic dinner was served at noon including a birthday cake for all having birthdays in July. A surprise card and shower was tendered Becky Smith, who responded very graciously. There will be no meeting in August. The' September meeting will be announced later. set, scrub! ... er, go. c ,+u, Va+yVa'r I 1 TowN++ onnec A Community Health Art Show Winners services town nurse will check hypertens3on, weight and PHOTOGRAPHY diabetes Aug. 5 from 9 a.m.-12 1st--Sue Hardy, S20 -" p.m. at the Bradford Senior 2nd--AnnetteShepard, $10 Center and from 1-4 p.m. at 3rd--Sue Hardy, $5 ADULT DIVISION Bessie Johnson, the E. Corinth Library. 1st--Beth Thompson, $20 BITS OF INFORMATION 2nd--Meri3rd_NancyCarpenter,search, $5510 WO O dSV///e, d/es The longest hot spell on record occurred in Marble Bar, West Honorable mention: Elizabeth Robinson, Ken Denton, Flora Karpin WOODSVILLE--Bessie W. made to the American Cancer Australia, when the average JUNIORDIVISlON Johnson, 81, died July 4 at Society, 686 Mast Road, temperature was 100 degrees fahrenheit or above for 162 lst--Heide Osgood, $15 Cottage Hospital after a Manchester, N.H. 03102. consecutive days. 2nd--Christopher Clogston, $8 sudden illness. 3rd--Sheila Williams, $4 She was born in  Honorable mention: Chris Clogston Basingstoke, England, 1900, BEST IN SHOW the daughter of Samuel and Heide Osguod Catherine WooLLen. She had been a resident of !. Woodsville for many years, a member of St. Lukes Episcopal Church, St. Luke's Altar Guild, St. Luke's Church women, a silver star member of Mt. Gardner Grange, a 52- year member of the American : ( Legion Auxiliary in St. + Johnsbury and a member for many years of the Ladies + . [ | 4[ _, . + i Auxiliary of the United +.  Transportation Union. She i:+ had worked for many years at .  ' " .... +" the Grafton County Complex + .......  %. as an aide. .... -+: .... ++ ........... Mrs. Johnson is survived by +FAIR DlSlLAY--Future Farmers of America from + a daughter, "Shirley lmpey, Barnet; a sister, Mrs. Alfred Oxbow show animals at fair. Ox Pull Vinners cox, Basingstoke England; 17 2,000 POUND CLASS grandchildren; 14 great Ist--JeffJones, So.Pomfret, Vt. grandchildren and many 2nd--Dan Roberts, W. Fairlee, Vt. nieces and nephews. 3rd--Bill Tabor, Cuttingsville, Vt. Graveside services were 4th--Jeff Jones, So. Pomfret, Vt. held at Horsemeadow 5th--Chas. Cole, W. Newbury Cemetery with ReD. Patricia .' + 2,400 POUND CLASS Hough-Ross officiating. lst--CarrollA. Reed, Woodstock, Vt. Memorial gifts may he 2nd--Byron Cole, No. Pomfret, Vt. 3rd--Robert N. Alden, Etna, N.H. 4th--Ralph Jackson, Windsor, Vt. 5th--Glen Larkham, Bradford 2,800 POUND CLASS 1st--Bill Tabor, Cuttingsville, Vt. WELL 2nd--Robert Adams, Etna, N.H. DRItI.|N0 FAIR ENTERTAINMENT--"Pickin' Up Steam" 3rd--Carroll Reed & Son, Woodstock, Vt. 4th--Bob Norman, Clairemont, N.H. group entertains fairgoers. , 5th--Ernest Chamberlain, Woodstock, Vt. ROTARY HAMMER 3,290 POUND CLASS .-- lst--Ray Roberts, W. Fairlee, Vt. DRILLING. 20 YEARS 2nd--Chas. Cole, W. Newbury, Vt. DRILLING EXPERIENCE 3rd--John LaHaye, Lebanon, N.H. 4th--Ralph Griffen, Rutland, Vt. COfvPLE TE V/ATEI 5th--Dan Roberts, W. Fairlee, Vt. SYST[/VS INSTALLED FREE FOR ALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE lst--Dan Roberts, W. Fairlee, Vt. 2nd--Ray Roberts, W. Fairlee, Vt. CALL OR WRITE 3rd--Chas. Cole, W. Newbury, Vt. 4th--Fred Koloski, White River, Vt. 5th--OlinMaxham, Woodstock, Vt. The E. WORKING STEERS In the Junior Division there were five (5) teams shown, BENEDIN[ results as follows: lst--Eric Wrightman, Danville, Vt. Artesion Well Co. 2nd--Gail Roberts, W. Fair]ee, Vt. 3rd--Eric Robinson, Post Mills, Vt. B<,,, V,ew O, ,re 4th--Beverly Roberts, W. Fairlee, Vt. R D Bo,,e V, TIME TO RE-TIRFf--One of local business exhibits at In the Senior Division there were eight (8) teams. 476 a832 fair. 1st--Danny Robert, W. Fairlee, Vt. 30 YEAP,I(PERI|NCIE +,. d--Earl Rabil Post Mill& Vt. : , ..... " 3rd--Tammy Greer, Springfield, Vt. 4th--Alec Greer, Springfield, Vt. + CATTLE SHOW--4-Her's show cows at Connecticut " Valley Fair. You'll be in + great shape game.BONG !--A lady wields the mallet lu test f strength with the weekly pair! Walkers seekffeeze on nuclear weapons You can't beat our Journal 0pinion and Second Opinion. PUTNEY--A group of citizens physician: John Kenneth will walk from Washington to Galbraith; ReD Howard People like different things and we offer something for Moscow during Aug. 6-9 to Stearns of the Vermont dramatize their support for a Ecumenical Council: and even/one m the family.., for the housewife to start her us. USSR nuclear weapons Upper Valley author Grace freeze. Paley. day off right, for the working man to relax with after a But no feet will get wet, nor Upper Valley area par- hectic day at 1he office, borders be crossed, ticipants in the walk will in- Washington and Moscow are clude Dr. James Watt of Ely, For the convenience of home delivery subscribe to the two towns 35 miles apart in Mary Fisher of Post Mills, central Vermont. The walk Holyoke Homer of Bradford Journal Opinion and get the Second Opinion as a bonus, symbolizes the hope that and Virginia Vietje of Fairlee. citizen action can move the Walkers from Washingtonte 00J.00 in Vermont and New Hampshh American and Soviet Moscow will be addressed in Governments to halt the each town by U.S. and Soviet ql.00 0ut of State nuclear arms race. citizens. The Walk is A large "Parade for a cosponsored by the Vermont $7.00 SollJol' CJefl Rites Nuclear Weapons Freeze", American Friends Service Ull--p'n'on and an Assembly on the State Committee (AFSC) and the l "nournan Ill'00 .oue Lawn, will take place Vermont Ecumenical Council Aug. 7 in Montpelier. Speakers Peace Committee, with P. O. BOX 378 BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 will include U.S. Senator participating organizations Patrick Leahy (D-Vt), a such as the Physicians for Soviet and an American Social Responsibility. clubs had extensive display at Con- Mley Fair. NAME ADDRESS TOWN STATE TEL. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all the firemen, friends, neighbors and relatives for their generous gifts of time, food, clothing, dishes and money. The Gordon George Family m00000000lgsvAv00 1 Montebeilo Street Woodsviile, NH 03785 603-747-2000 BROKER: ImWql ASSOCIATES: Albine A. Leuthold  Paul Mayette 787-6270 Robe Dupuis 747-2531 List No. 251-- Immaculate 2 bedroom ranch on 1.5 acres + or -. Separate L-R, D-R -- large kitchen. Full basement, 2 car attached garage. Appliances include stove, refrigerator, washer & dryer. Oil FHA heat. 3 separate small buildings were used for antique business.., on well traveled state highway. Just move in and enjoy the beautiful mountain views from the front porch. $47,500. List No. 25S--- Tastefully redecorated throughout -- this 19th century colonial home is surrounded by over one acre of grounds. 3 bedrooms, all good size . . . formal D-R, L-R, sitting room -- built in desk. Oak kitchen cabinets -- detached 2 car garage and barn, wood heat. In small town . . . Don't miss this one at $51,000. l l Connecticut Valley Fair Tractor Pull Winners 1,000 POUND CLASS 1. Mike Olsen, N. Haverhill 2. Jim Aldrich, Haverhill 3. George Tessier, Enfield 4. Harry Norcross, N. Haverhill 1,300 POUND CLAS& 1. John Aldrich, No. Haverhill 2. George Tessier, Enfield 3 Bret Hasbrauk, Middletown, CT. 4. Jim Aldrich, No. Haverhill 5,000 POUND CLASS 1. Jim Aldrich, N. Haverhill 2. Robert Miller, Bradford 3. Robert Danforth, E. Corinth 4. Fred Hasbrauk, Middletown, CT. 6,OOO POUND CLASS 1. Fred Hasbrauk, Middletown, CT. 2. Rod Hatch, No. Haverhill 3. Jim Aldrich, No. Haverhill 4. Corey McDaniels, No. Haverhill 7,000 POUND CLASS 1. Jim Aldrich, N. Haverhill 2. Fred Hasbrauk, Middletown, CT. 3. Rod Hatch, No. Haverhill 4. Bucky Lund, E. Corinth 8,000 POUND CLASS 1. Warren Baily, So. Ryegate 2. Jim Aldrich, No. Haverhill 3. Bucky Lund, E. Corinth 9,000 POUND CLASS 1. Warren Bailey, So. Ryegate 2. Jim Aldrich, No. Haverhill 3. Corey McDaniels, No. Haverhill 10,000 POUND CLASS 1. Corey McDaniels, No. Haverhill 2. Warren Bailey, So. Ryegate 3. Jeff Slack, Bradford 4. Jim Aldrich, No. Haverhill 12,000 POUND CLASS 1. Jeff Slack, Bradford 2. Richard McDaniels, No. Haverhill 3. Stewart Vaughan, So. Ryegate 4. Brewster Thurston, So. Newbury +' 14.000 POUND CLASS '+ 1. Stewart Vaughan, So. Ryegate " ' " 2. Richard McDaniel, No. Haverhill 3. Brewster Thurston, So. Newbury GYMKHANA--Evont is eating a donut la the fastest time on horseback. AUCTION " At my place located, on the Pavilion Road, East Thetford, Vt. SATURDAY-- AUGUST 1 STARTING AT S:@ A.M. - CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT Case 310G crawler w-DroLL 4 in 1 bucket, (excellent condition); Winslow Binanbatch 75 T. Batch plant, 3 compartment w- dust collector & 3 beam scales w- 105 ft. conveyor w- 5 H.P. elec. motor; Ford Ferguson tractor, 3 pt. hitch sawrig, Ferguson 3 pt. hitch rake, 3 pt. hitch mower, 3 H.P. generator, 6 ft. Fisher plow, frame & hoist; DeWaR 9" bench saw, Delta 990 radial arm saw, quantity of elec. motors from 1-5 H.P., B.&S. gas engine, transit level, Chrysler Industrial gas engine, scaflin, jack hammers, breaker & tools, Stow power screed, elec. cement mixer, concrete bucket, nearly new grouser pads for J.D., parking lot curbs, ground pounder, quantity d sand & stone, screen, Reliance jaw crusher, DeleD power pak, contractors heaters, metal ahelving, 1V= t. floor Jack, LeRoy Indust, water cool power plant, Kohler generator, Myers gas water pump lZ/z" suction, steel cabinets, 1967 Jeep Commando, 2 compartment hopper I Yd. scale, form ties, Easy sand blaster, belting, binders, truck chains, shingles, 4x8 pickup cap, elec. water pump, steam cleaner, tires, drums, Kingham 32 ft. tandem box trailer, power mower, wheelbarrow, barracades, quantity of iron, plus much much more. OFFICE EQUIPMENT 3 M copier & stand, 2 new Lathen time clocks, win- dew air conditioner, office chairs, wood file cabinet, wooden desk, 5 channel intercom system. TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK LUNCH ON GROUNDS OWNER: JAY HILL, EAS'ITIIETFORD. VT. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. EAST THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 or 785-2161