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August 12, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 PUBLIC NOTICE AUCTION ginia Englert, 1981 Miss North Queen, is greeted by former Councilor of Manchester (left) and District 1 Ray Burton of Bath. Virginia lives in Bath at Woodsville High School. Haverhill Fair results CALF CATCHING Woodsville, N.H. Bath, N.H. , Pike, N.H. Free For All N. Haverhill, N.H. Welch, Newbury, Vt. No. Haverhill, N.H. 3 HORSE HITCH & Phillips, Lisbon, N.H. 11,000 lbs. - 28 in. Rye, N.H. 11,000 lbs. - 27 in. Powers, Enesburg Falls, Vt. 10,375 lhs. - 70 OXEN PULLING Class ImUnder 2,500 lbs. Fenn, Jr., Thomoston, Ct. 4125 lhs. - all the k Sons, Woodstock, Vt. 41251106. - 54 in. Kezar Falls, Me. 4125 lbs. - 54 in. Class II--2600 Pounds & Under Contoocook, N.H. 5375 lbs. - all the way ;, Etna, N.H. 5375 lbs. - 48 in. Kezar Falls, Me. 5375 lbs. - 20 in. Class Ill--Under 3200 lbs. W. Fairlee, Vt. 6625 lbs. - 60 in. Contoocook, N.H. 6625 lbs. - 57 in. , Milford, N.H. 6625 lbs. - 55 in. = Free-For-All k Roberts, West Fairlee, Vt. 8500 lbs. - 50 in. Rochester, N.H. 8500 lbs. - 42 in. Rochester, N.H. 8500 lbs. - 40 in. PONY PULLING Class 1--1400 ibs. & Under & Christenson, E. Swansey, N.H. 5200 lbs. -58 & Prentice, Andover, N.H. 5200 lbs. - 48 in. & Christenson, East Swansey, N.H. 5200 lbs. Class If--1600 lbs. & Under Hill, N.H. 5825 lbs. - all the way N.H. 5825 lbs. - 66 in. & Christenson, E. Swansey, N.H. 5825 lbs. - Free-For-All & Christenson, E. Swansey, N.H. 7075ibs. - Blanchard, Hill, N.H. 7075 lbs. - 44 in. W. Burke, Vt. 7075 lbs. - 27 in. PARADE First Place Winners tge )nes Englert il Lafve Head Bank Lrm & Forrest Museum ones of Bradford & Aux. HORSE PULL Under 3,000 Lbs. Suncook, N.H. 7875 lhs. - 461/ in. Sons, Antrim, N.H. 7875 lbs. - 46 in. Powers, Enosburg Falls, Vt. 7875 lhs. - 40, Under 3,400 Lbs. I)urgin & Sons, Antrim, N.H. 7875 lhs. - all the Powers, Enosburg Falls, Vt. 7875 lbs. - 70 & Phillips, Lisbon, N.H. 7875 lbs. - 48 in. Free-For-All & Sharp, Newfields, N.H. 8500 lhs. - all the Manchester, N.H. 8500 lbs. - 55V= in. Lisbon, N.H. 8500 lbs. - 30 in. TRACTOR PULL II00 Pound Class Garden Tractor N.H. Haverhill, N.H. Wells River, Vt. Haverhill, N.H. 1400 Pound Class Garden Tractor N.H. Haverhill, N.H. Middletown, Conn. , Middletown, Conn. 4000 Pound Class Vt. N.H. Vt. Mass. 5000 Pound Class Middletown, Conn. N.H. N.H. N.H. 7000 Pound Class , Middletown, Conn. N.H. N.H. 9000 Pound Class New Braintree, Mass. N.H. N.H. N.H. 11000 Pound Class Vt. N.H. No. Haverhill, N.H. N.H. 14000 Pound Class r, Vt., N.H. Haverhill, N.H. '. Ryegate, Vt. 17000 Pound Class N.H. N.H. TO CLASSIFY N.H, TROPHIES Enfield, N.H. Woodsville, N.H. No. Haverhill, N.H. Piermont00 Rev. C. Donald Plomer of White River Junction who died last week was an interim preacher at the Piermont Church in the early 1970s. Mr. and Mrs. Plomer were regular Sunday diners at The Robbins Inn. Remembered also is recently deceased actor Melvyn Douglas and his wife Helen Gahagan Douglas, who came from Fairlee for meals at the Inn. Mrs. Donald Smith has joined her family from Ohio and is quickly getting acquainted with her neighbors and the area. The Smiths drove to Concord last week where Mr. Smith had a rewarding conference with the Water Resources Board. Mr. Vincent Tomes of Orford who attended the excellent "Roots" Underhill program has expressed a wish to join the Piermont Historical Society and also to do some oral history taping. Both of- fers are heartily welcome. Mrs. Katharine Blaisdell of N. # Fairlee Mr. and Mrs. David Fuchs and children, Mr. and Mrs. Don Davenport and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Atherton and children, have returned from a weekend of camping at the Roger's Campground in Lancaster, N.H. Mr. and Mrs. Dorian Gardner, Valerie Gardner, of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gardner, of Albany, N.Y., spent a week camping at Lake Seymour, in Morgan. The party was joined Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Byron Kidder and children, of Bradford. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolles attended the firemen's water polo games at the N. Haverhill, N.H., Thursday, July 30.' The Fairlee team, consisting of William Pierson, Steven Bolles, Newton Bolles, Gerald Colby, Larry Martin, and Roger Bickford brought home the trophy for fourth place. Peggy Colby, of St. John- sbury, has been spending some time visiting her mother, Mrs. Clifton Colby. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bradley, Robbie, Robin, and Sue Couillard, have returned from Congratulations to Clark and Ernestine Ingalls on their 50th anniversary. Eric and Mac Davis, Dan and Vicki spent a few days at Bar Harbor, Maine. Mac also attended her niece's wedding at Martha's Vineyard. The Davises also had visitors at home, Mac's sister Ann and Bob Marx who were here for two weeks. Miriam Lane returned on Friday, July 31, from Massachusetts, where she visited her daughter, Theda Wright, and her four brothers and youngest sister and their families. Theda and two of Miriam's brothers, Marshall and Chet Sanborn and Chet's niece brought Miriam home and attended N. Haverhill Fair. On Saturday, Pearl Reynolds of Littleton and Maud and Clark Van Norden of Thetford Center joined them all for supper. On Sunday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown from Florence, Mass., visited Miriam, then later on Sunday Chet took Miriam, Marshall, Pearl and the Van Nordens to Tunbridge to celebrate the golden wedding of their cousins Rudolph and Florence Danforth. Miriam also had a surprise visit by her niece and husband Susan and Roger Griffin and baby daughter of Franklin, Mass. Overnight guests of Florence Clough on Friday were Wanda, Brynn and Aaron Belyea and Aaron Brodeur of Penacook. Other callers over the weekend were F. Jay Delaney, Richard Clough and family and Connie George, all of Concord; Mrs. Helen McQuesten and Mrs. Doris Wiggins of Montpelier; Stanley George of Bath, and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy George of Enfield, Conn. Most of them also attended N. Haverhill Fair. Major Charles Hanson has returned from a National Guard Incentive Flight to Anchorage, Alaska, flying from Pease A.F.B. July 30 and returning Aug. 3. This was a training mission for Air National Guard to refuel a jet in flight and navigation training for creCY members. While in Alaska, Charlie also caught several salmon. A Stoddard-Frizzell family reunion was held at Robert Stoddard's farm on Sunday, with over 60 relatives at- tending. The guest of honor and oldest one there was Carroll Stoddard; youngest was Greg Blaisdell, son of Brian and Pam. Haverhill, who also attended the meeting, gave some practical advice on methods of taping. The Ben.Gitchel family has returned from a vacation on Long Island. Nine enthusiastic children, plus Betsy Eaton's young son who was back-packed, followed her from the library last Tuesday for a field trip in search of wild flowers across the town owned fields to the brook. Both librarians ac- companied them. The children brought their finds back to the library and identified them in reference books. A similar adventure is planned as the final one this week with birds, using the library's bird call recordings as well as books. The most popular adventure so far this summer was Eileen Robie', "foods without cooking" yes, -- from a book! Both the making and the consuming of the foods delighted the children. The second Historical Mrs. Esther Johnson 333-9704 a vacation at Saco, Maine. Mr. and Mrs. John Lange visited Mrs. Lange's mother, Mrs. Herbert Campbell, in the St. Francis Hospital, in Worcester, Mass., on Friday, July 31. Also Mrs. Lange's sister, Mrs. Forrest Grimes and Mrs. Robert Craig, in Brookfield, Mass. Mrs. Bessie Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Farnham have returned from a two week vacation spent on Cape Breton Island, N.S., Canada. The activity on the common in front of Maccal, Saturday and Sunday, was caused by the filming o'f a movie, "Interstate," by a theatre group from Dartmouth. This is the story of a boy and his mother, who runs a book store. Sunday, Aug. 2, Richie Hall anf Fire Chief Lance Colby took Fairlee's wide and joy, the Model T fire engine, to participate in Vershire's bicentennial parade. Fire Chief Lance Colby, Jeff Haslett, and Newton Belles attended the fire equipment open house at Montpelier, Saturday, Aug. 1. Katharine Blaisdell 787-6315 Graftou County Home We began July with our annual Volunteer Recognition Day. Twenty-one volunteers were present for this celebration. Awards were presented and refreshments were served. Everyone seemed to have a nice time. On July 4, many of our residents and volunteers boarded the School Bus, driven by Arthur Clough, to see the Gigantic Fourth of July Day Parade in Wood- sville. Everyone enjoyed the parade. We would like to thank Arthur Clough for donating his bus and time so that our residents would see the parade. We also would like to thank Mrs. Nancy Cowell and Brad's Getty for making transportation and parking arrangements for us. Last but not least, a thank you to our volunteers, Polly Tobey and Butch Hanson. July's Birthday Party was sponsored by the North Haverhill Methodist Women. Members of the group that came in to help us celebrate were: Florence Clough, Polly Smith, Jeannie Horne, Ger- trude Brooks, and Laurie Hastings. A beautiful hymn sing-along was enjoyed by all. At the end of July, we made our annual trip to the N. Haverhill Fair. Ten of our residents (Alma Castonguay, Harold Smith, Philomena Porfido, Karl Viau, Roger Howland, Oscar Hill, Helen McCormack, Jimmy Smith, Sammy Tift, and Diann Greene) visited the fair. Everyone enjoyed the events going on at the fair and the many exhibits available. All in all we had an eventful month. NO NAME REVUE THETFORD HILL -- The Parish Players will present "The No Name Revue," an evening of comedy in songs and sketches, at the Thefford Grange in Thefford Hill at 8 p.m. Aug. 22. Reserved seats are $3.50, general admission $3. Call (802) 785-4344 for reservations. COMMUNITY COLLEGE The Community College of Vermont will hold registration for degree students Aug. 18-21 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. in Mont- pelier at 5 State St. and Barre at 18 N. Main St. N Society Tour will be led by Eric French over the Old South load, Sunday, Aug. 16th at 1 p.m. Meet at the James French home. Walk history- past the cellar holes of homes abandoned when families moved into the village or went west with the passing of the need for wool from sheep for the Civil War uniforms. Anyone from age 7 to 77 is welcome to take the tour. Robert Evans wrote last week's news. A sound reporter, we wish we could persuade him to do it all the time but he feels he cannot afford the time. Lake Armington Notes Mr. and Mrs. Ernest North have been entertaining his sister, Mrs. Thayer McLaren from Montclair, N.J. During the visit they, with Mrs. Alwyn Harogensis, made a trip to Thompson Lake in Oxford, Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Don J. Russell from Charlotte, N.C., are visiting Mrs. Alwyn Har- togensis. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bancroft of Studio Read in Warren are at their cottage, making many improvements. Kim Gray, whose parents from Littleton are summer residents on the lake, is working at Camp Kingswood. GOLDEN WEDDING--Mr. and Mrs. Mervil (Chief) Bruleigh cut their 50th wedding anniversary cake at open house at Union 36 school gym Aug. 2. Bradford Kelley Wing has. been at- tending Girl Scout Camp at Rocky Trail and staying nights with her Aunt Linda Minickedoo in Keene, N.H. Tom Taylor MM called his parents from Saudi Arabia and will be heading back to his port in Virginia now. Shelly Tullar celebrated her Bath Village--. Susan Picknel| IIIII 747-2625 eleventh birthday, which was A regular meeting of Pine on the third, Sunday at her Grove Grange was held Grandparents, Milton and Monday evening, AUg. 3 at the Virginia Bedell. Present at the Town Hall. Following the dinner was mother, Sherry business part of the meeting Tullar, sister Babette Gen- Mr. Henry LaBarre from the dron and George Metcalf of Social Security Office in Bradford; brother Kip Gen- Littleton spoke to the group. A dron, Sub Naval Base Groton, question-answer period Conn.; Sonnie Bedell and followed and lunch was ser- Valerie Elliott of Woodsville. red. The card party sponsored by Her cake was decorated with chocolate horses. Pine Grove Grange was held Steven and Charlotte Wales at the Town Hall Tuesday of Washington, D.C., have evening Aug. 4. Prizes went to been visiting at the home of Mildred Baines and Charles her brother, Bob Wing and Bailey for high scores, Nellie family a few days. Hunt and Roscoe Noyes for second high scores, and Ethel The Bradford American Legion and Auxiliary had Clough and Lawrence Woods their installation Tuesday for middle scores. The door night at the hall. Newbury prizes were won by Gladys Legion and Auxiliary and Merrill and Burgess Metcalf. Thetford Legion oined them. The prizes for the most zeroes on the scoreboard went to, EdithAckerr/anfld Btti S. Newbu00 Metcalf. Lunch'bf 'saiches . ..... ' and cold drink was served. Mike Cole, Charlie Cole's Congratulations are ex- nephew, stopped at his uncle's tended to Virginia Englert on house Friday. He is home on a being chosen the North brief leave from the service Haverhill FairQueen. before his next tour of duty Library Story hour was which isAlaska. conducted by Mary Jane Debbie (Scott) and Douglas Diamond this week. The Erb are the happy parents of children heard stories, played their first child, a daughter, games, and made pinwheels. Jennifer Lynn, born at Lit- The movie was "The Three tleton Hospital August 5, Pigs." On Aug. 28 there will he weight 7 pounds, 2 ounces. a party. Grandparents Roger and My Favorite Vegetable Bunny Scott missed the event Recipe. (Again we have too by two days. They were many summer squashes) : vacationing at Indian Lake, Grate a few yellow or green N.Y. summer squashes and an Alma Giison will shortly be onion, home following surgery in St. Add: vinegar, salt, pepper Johnsbury. and saute. When done, add Mr. and Mrs. Rhinehartare sour cream, staying with their daughter, Marion Ertle. Mr. Rhinehart is helping with the new OXBOW MEETING printing press addition... BRADFORD--The Union Jonathan (Avedon) Beck High School No. 30 Board will from Buffalo is spending a hold only one regular meeting week with the Grows at inAugust, at7:30 p.m. Aug. 20 Sleepers Meadow. The at Oxbow High School. Patrick Bakers of Buffalo who A Woman's Point of View Life on the Farm by FRAN HYDE Any farmer can tell you his "help" is a vital part of his operation. They also play an important part in the life of the farm family. This we saw illustrated Sunday when we attended the 50th wedding anniversary party of Clark and Ernestine Ingalls in N. Haverhill. Posted on the wall of the porch by the kitchen door was a list of people who had worked at the Ingalls farm over the years. There must have been 75-100 names. I was impressed by the list itself, but even more so by what I saw and heard. I mistook a guest for a family member working on the party, and she told me she had worked there. Later, Mrs. Ingalls told me that when she had worked for them she'd been the best help; setting her alarm clock to get the two boys up and to the barn to do chores and generally overseeing the farm work when Mrs. Ingalls was away. A third- generation Ingalls was brought forth to meet her and learned how long ago she had been an intimate part of the family. A couple drove away and after the youngest daughter waved farewell from the porch she turned to friends and said, "They used to live upstairs and we kids lived up there with them as much as we lived downstairs." A man was greeted by the Ingalls and then checked to see that his name was on the list. His wife said to Mrs. Ingalls, "I've heard a lot about the good meals he always had here." Mrs. Ingalls' laughing reply was, "How else could he grow up to be the big boy he is newt". While the youngest daughter and I talked on the porch, she motioned toward the pick-up truck which had just driven up to the barn. "I see the chore boy has arrived," she said, and went on to explain that a former recent employee had called to offer his servi,'ces for chores that night, saying it would he too had if "Dad' had to l.eave his party to do them. Perhaps me most telhng bit of information regarding the intertwining of the lives of the farm family and the help came when Mrs. Ingnlis spoke of work done under the direction of the woman mentioned ca. rlier and added, "But on the other side of tmngs, many a mght we'd all be out her with the ice freezer hi ............ cream tehed to the porch post, making ice cream at 11 o'clock at night!" Virginia Bedell i 439-5720 A pot luck salad dinner was held prior to the installing. Diane Weydener, Third District President, and her Sgt.-at-Arms Jacqueline Martineau installed the Auxiliaries. Also present was Department Secretary- Treasurer June Mauries. Bradford Officers installed for this year were President- Elaine Covey; First Vice -- Shureen Tullar; Second-Vice --Arlga Whitcher; Secretary -- Juanita Shearer; Treasurer -- Virginia Bedell; Historian -- Vera Munn; Chaplain- Adelia Sonthworth and Sgt.-at- Arms Mabel Humphrey. Ruth Ahern and Mr. Ahem acting Sgt.-at-Arms in- stalled the Legion members Bradford officers being in- stalled for this year were: Commander  Milton Bedell; First -- Richard Cushman; Second -- Burton Covey; Chaplain -- Fredrick Waters; Historian -- Warren Hun- tington; Adjutant -- Raymond Thurher; Service Officer -- Darrell Maxwell; Treasurer -- Charles Zwicker; Sgt.-at- Arms -- Kenneth La Roche. Isabel Whitney 866-5676 have stayed here for seven successive summers, brought him. They all climbed Black Mountain Wednesday. Other climbers from S. Newbury were Robbie and Jay Cole, and the Steve Shauger family. Robbie Cole's eye, which was seriously injured two weeks ago, is showing improvement. He attends the Hanover clinic twice a week to check it. Tim Grow spent Friday in Boston with a group of other young people. Mr. Drugach was one of the drivers and they were set to hear Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. 007 Sylvester is desolated. The Royal Wedding was an event of a lifetime and he relied on Bruce the rooster to wake him. Bruce omitted his customary alarm crow and Sylvester snoozed. The excuse Bruce gave was that he had little use for the Hanoverian succession anyway, but that did not go down with Sylvester! Charlie Cole was a day patient of the Veteran's Administration at White River Friday. It was good to see SOc Sapounas in town again last week, and to know that both he and Eula are flourishing. N. THETFORD BAZAAR N. THETFORD--A bazaar will be held at the N. Thetford Federated Church Aug. 12 from 2-5 p.m., including a rug hooking demonstration by Rhoda Hyde, followed by a buffet supper (adults $4, children under 12 $2), spon- sored by the Ladies' Aid Society. THRIFT SIlOP W. TOPSHAM--The Tri Village Thrift Shop on Rte. 25 is open from 1-4 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday and l0 a.m.-12 p.m. Saturdays. Consignments include fall and winter clothing, household goods and collectible items. Donations are accepeu. FINISH C-/IPENTER wanted. Year round work. woodsville area --o. 4t.--9-2---C EXCELLENT SELECTION of new and used mobile homes on display: 45 homes to choose from Best p_ ces ever. Mit- ch's "Mobile Homes, Rt. 10, Woodsville, 603-747-3376. 4t-..9-2--c 00,,ear - .00erritt v00,enc, .gnc. 1 Montebello Street Woodsville, NH 03785 603-747-20 BI{OKEI{ :  ASS(K'IATES: Albino A. l,euthold  Paul Mayette 787-6270 Robert Dupuis 747-2531 List No. 226-- New England turn of the century 6 room house. L-R, D-R, large country kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 1/2 baths. Full cellar, FHW oil heat -- .9 acre.., nice garden spot, pretty mountain views. In town location. $35,000. List No. 262-- Beautiful victorian home has 8 rooms -- 4 bedrooms with fireplace in the master bedroom. 1V.: baths -- entire first floor has been tastefully redecorated. Coal & oil furnace -- 2 car detached garage . . . glassed in parch. Stained glass windows -- town water and sower. In town location would he perfect for a small business ........ III I WARNING The members of the Old Goshen Church are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Old Goshen Church on Sunday, August 23, 1981, at three P.M. for the purpose of transacting the following business: 1) To elect a moderator to govern said meeting; 2) To hear and act upon the reports of the officers for the past year; 3) To elect a treasurer, clerk and Committee of Three ior the ensuing year; 4) To transact any other business that may legally come before said meeting; 5) To vote on the acceptance of new mem- bers to the church. Given at Bradford, Vermont, this 12th day of August A.D. 1981 John A. FatheHey ...... Clerk _ _ -- - .... ,,, .,, ,, AUCTION IMPORTANT ESTATE AUCTION OF ANTIQUES, ACCESSORIES AND CUSTOM Tuesday, August 18.1981 at 10:00 A.M. Exhibition from 8:3OA.M. Under Tent Barker Estate Piermout, New Hampshire Since the beautiful real estate has been sold, con- sisting of a large brick colonial with spadous lawns, the remaining contents, along with selected additions, will be offered at auction. Location: In Bradford, Vt. from the Jet. of Rte. 5 and 25, follow Rte. 25 east for approx. 1 mile. In Piermont, N.H., from the Jet. of Rte. l0 and 25, follow Rte. 25 west for approx. 1% miles. In Part: To-part hhb th hrdaeTt arch t (married); important 18th century two-door cupboard with 4 raised panels and 'H' hinges old gray and red; another early cupboard with 'H' binges and in old paint; tripod base candlestand with tilt top; 4-drawer bow front chest with Mclntyre type carvings; tavern table with breadboard top; unusual early desk on stretcher base frame; bannister hack armchair with good crest; early high hack bench with carved panels in back; stretcher base hutch table vith lg. rec- tangular top; early round top candlestand with cross base; another early eandlestand; cookie corner l- drawer stand with several turnings; small early childs set back cupboard; country Chippendale sidechair wth heart in back splat; Cavandish, Vt. style wing chair (no upholstery); early slat back sidechair; country ladder back writing arm chair; 2-drawer drop leaf stand; tapered leg drop leaf table; and more early furniture. Enormous round top pedestal base dining table, lg. claw and ball feet; claw and ball foot sideboard; set of 8 square leg Chippendale style dining chairs (2 arm -- 6 side); centennial Chippendale style settee with car- vings and ball and claw feet; pr. centennial Queen Anne style chairs with shell carved crests; Queen Anne style shape card table with floral Marquetry; small custom Queen Anne drop leaf table; 2-part custom cabinet; 8' Victorian mirror with marble base; split pedestal round top table with carved paw feet; oval top center table with carved pedestal and feet; custom Queen Anne style tea table; walnut 2-drawer writing table; custom Down filled Ion. ne .sofa; various good lounge chairs; pr. maple twin nero complete; small maple hutch cupboard; maple stands and chests; portable 'IV; various other modern accessories. Clocks including: Howard & Co. black marble and ormolu shelf clock; weight driven banjo wall clock with reverse paintings and Boston on dial; other weight driven banjo wall clock; marble shelf clock with Marchand, Paris on al; French T&S carriage clock; small carriage clock in case (needs work); various other shelf clocks; custom 3 weight small grandfather clock with brass works. Cylinder music box in working condition; musical crank box; small burl musical cabinet; brass National cash Register; K&E transit with tripod. Small Chippendale mirror; pewter coffee pot; 2 pewter bowls with eagle touch mark; Ig. pewter charger; 3 eagle flasks, one marked with 'X'; painted duck decoys; Liverpool style pitcher; Minton tile of old Boston State House; watercolor of child learning on old table; miniature painting on ivory signed Fuger; water scene painting signed Bogner; other pictures; burl mortar and pestle; primitive fireplace trivet; early handled tapered cauldron; swing handle and other baskets; early crockery pes. of sterling and plated silver. Red mark RS Prussia chocolate set with pansies; Caluite type compote; enamel pitcher signed Hawkes; 6 cranberry goblets; pr. very decorative vases; blue and white Wedgewood teaset; Pairpoint amethyst compote; several pes. of cut glass some signed Libby, Hawkes, etc. Signed Steuben vase; satin glass; Helsey and several more good pes. of glass; Art Nouveau lamp signed McCellanpBarclay; Art Decco floor lamp; etc. Delta table saw; 7' pool table; various hand tools; bench grinder. Westinghouse auto. washer and dryer; hooked and braided rugs; bedding; linen; kitchen and pantry ware. Sale Per Order of William G. Barker, Jr., Greenwich, Conn. Terms--Cash or Check Tent-Seats-Caterer WILLIAM A. SMITH, INC. Auctioneer and Appraiser Plainfield, New Hampshire 03781 Tel. 603-675-2549 Consignment Sales Room 603-298-8478 N.H. License No. 2124. Me. No. 00410. Vt. No. 2142 /i! !:, .  ........... . August 12, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 PUBLIC NOTICE AUCTION ginia Englert, 1981 Miss North Queen, is greeted by former Councilor of Manchester (left) and District 1 Ray Burton of Bath. Virginia lives in Bath at Woodsville High School. Haverhill Fair results CALF CATCHING Woodsville, N.H. Bath, N.H. , Pike, N.H. Free For All N. Haverhill, N.H. Welch, Newbury, Vt. No. Haverhill, N.H. 3 HORSE HITCH & Phillips, Lisbon, N.H. 11,000 lbs. - 28 in. Rye, N.H. 11,000 lbs. - 27 in. Powers, Enesburg Falls, Vt. 10,375 lhs. - 70 OXEN PULLING Class ImUnder 2,500 lbs. Fenn, Jr., Thomoston, Ct. 4125 lhs. - all the k Sons, Woodstock, Vt. 41251106. - 54 in. Kezar Falls, Me. 4125 lbs. - 54 in. Class II--2600 Pounds & Under Contoocook, N.H. 5375 lbs. - all the way ;, Etna, N.H. 5375 lbs. - 48 in. Kezar Falls, Me. 5375 lbs. - 20 in. Class Ill--Under 3200 lbs. W. Fairlee, Vt. 6625 lbs. - 60 in. Contoocook, N.H. 6625 lbs. - 57 in. , Milford, N.H. 6625 lbs. - 55 in. = Free-For-All k Roberts, West Fairlee, Vt. 8500 lbs. - 50 in. Rochester, N.H. 8500 lbs. - 42 in. Rochester, N.H. 8500 lbs. - 40 in. PONY PULLING Class 1--1400 ibs. & Under & Christenson, E. Swansey, N.H. 5200 lbs. -58 & Prentice, Andover, N.H. 5200 lbs. - 48 in. & Christenson, East Swansey, N.H. 5200 lbs. Class If--1600 lbs. & Under Hill, N.H. 5825 lbs. - all the way N.H. 5825 lbs. - 66 in. & Christenson, E. Swansey, N.H. 5825 lbs. - Free-For-All & Christenson, E. Swansey, N.H. 7075ibs. - Blanchard, Hill, N.H. 7075 lbs. - 44 in. W. Burke, Vt. 7075 lbs. - 27 in. PARADE First Place Winners tge )nes Englert il Lafve Head Bank Lrm & Forrest Museum ones of Bradford & Aux. HORSE PULL Under 3,000 Lbs. Suncook, N.H. 7875 lhs. - 461/ in. Sons, Antrim, N.H. 7875 lbs. - 46 in. Powers, Enosburg Falls, Vt. 7875 lhs. - 40, Under 3,400 Lbs. I)urgin & Sons, Antrim, N.H. 7875 lhs. - all the Powers, Enosburg Falls, Vt. 7875 lbs. - 70 & Phillips, Lisbon, N.H. 7875 lbs. - 48 in. Free-For-All & Sharp, Newfields, N.H. 8500 lhs. - all the Manchester, N.H. 8500 lbs. - 55V= in. Lisbon, N.H. 8500 lbs. - 30 in. TRACTOR PULL II00 Pound Class Garden Tractor N.H. Haverhill, N.H. Wells River, Vt. Haverhill, N.H. 1400 Pound Class Garden Tractor N.H. Haverhill, N.H. Middletown, Conn. , Middletown, Conn. 4000 Pound Class Vt. N.H. Vt. Mass. 5000 Pound Class Middletown, Conn. N.H. N.H. N.H. 7000 Pound Class , Middletown, Conn. N.H. N.H. 9000 Pound Class New Braintree, Mass. N.H. N.H. N.H. 11000 Pound Class Vt. N.H. No. Haverhill, N.H. N.H. 14000 Pound Class r, Vt., N.H. Haverhill, N.H. '. Ryegate, Vt. 17000 Pound Class N.H. N.H. TO CLASSIFY N.H, TROPHIES Enfield, N.H. Woodsville, N.H. No. Haverhill, N.H. Piermont00 Rev. C. Donald Plomer of White River Junction who died last week was an interim preacher at the Piermont Church in the early 1970s. Mr. and Mrs. Plomer were regular Sunday diners at The Robbins Inn. Remembered also is recently deceased actor Melvyn Douglas and his wife Helen Gahagan Douglas, who came from Fairlee for meals at the Inn. Mrs. Donald Smith has joined her family from Ohio and is quickly getting acquainted with her neighbors and the area. The Smiths drove to Concord last week where Mr. Smith had a rewarding conference with the Water Resources Board. Mr. Vincent Tomes of Orford who attended the excellent "Roots" Underhill program has expressed a wish to join the Piermont Historical Society and also to do some oral history taping. Both of- fers are heartily welcome. Mrs. Katharine Blaisdell of N. # Fairlee Mr. and Mrs. David Fuchs and children, Mr. and Mrs. Don Davenport and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Atherton and children, have returned from a weekend of camping at the Roger's Campground in Lancaster, N.H. Mr. and Mrs. Dorian Gardner, Valerie Gardner, of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gardner, of Albany, N.Y., spent a week camping at Lake Seymour, in Morgan. The party was joined Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Byron Kidder and children, of Bradford. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolles attended the firemen's water polo games at the N. Haverhill, N.H., Thursday, July 30.' The Fairlee team, consisting of William Pierson, Steven Bolles, Newton Bolles, Gerald Colby, Larry Martin, and Roger Bickford brought home the trophy for fourth place. Peggy Colby, of St. John- sbury, has been spending some time visiting her mother, Mrs. Clifton Colby. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bradley, Robbie, Robin, and Sue Couillard, have returned from Congratulations to Clark and Ernestine Ingalls on their 50th anniversary. Eric and Mac Davis, Dan and Vicki spent a few days at Bar Harbor, Maine. Mac also attended her niece's wedding at Martha's Vineyard. The Davises also had visitors at home, Mac's sister Ann and Bob Marx who were here for two weeks. Miriam Lane returned on Friday, July 31, from Massachusetts, where she visited her daughter, Theda Wright, and her four brothers and youngest sister and their families. Theda and two of Miriam's brothers, Marshall and Chet Sanborn and Chet's niece brought Miriam home and attended N. Haverhill Fair. On Saturday, Pearl Reynolds of Littleton and Maud and Clark Van Norden of Thetford Center joined them all for supper. On Sunday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown from Florence, Mass., visited Miriam, then later on Sunday Chet took Miriam, Marshall, Pearl and the Van Nordens to Tunbridge to celebrate the golden wedding of their cousins Rudolph and Florence Danforth. Miriam also had a surprise visit by her niece and husband Susan and Roger Griffin and baby daughter of Franklin, Mass. Overnight guests of Florence Clough on Friday were Wanda, Brynn and Aaron Belyea and Aaron Brodeur of Penacook. Other callers over the weekend were F. Jay Delaney, Richard Clough and family and Connie George, all of Concord; Mrs. Helen McQuesten and Mrs. Doris Wiggins of Montpelier; Stanley George of Bath, and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy George of Enfield, Conn. Most of them also attended N. Haverhill Fair. Major Charles Hanson has returned from a National Guard Incentive Flight to Anchorage, Alaska, flying from Pease A.F.B. July 30 and returning Aug. 3. This was a training mission for Air National Guard to refuel a jet in flight and navigation training for creCY members. While in Alaska, Charlie also caught several salmon. A Stoddard-Frizzell family reunion was held at Robert Stoddard's farm on Sunday, with over 60 relatives at- tending. The guest of honor and oldest one there was Carroll Stoddard; youngest was Greg Blaisdell, son of Brian and Pam. Haverhill, who also attended the meeting, gave some practical advice on methods of taping. The Ben.Gitchel family has returned from a vacation on Long Island. Nine enthusiastic children, plus Betsy Eaton's young son who was back-packed, followed her from the library last Tuesday for a field trip in search of wild flowers across the town owned fields to the brook. Both librarians ac- companied them. The children brought their finds back to the library and identified them in reference books. A similar adventure is planned as the final one this week with birds, using the library's bird call recordings as well as books. The most popular adventure so far this summer was Eileen Robie', "foods without cooking" yes, -- from a book! Both the making and the consuming of the foods delighted the children. The second Historical Mrs. Esther Johnson 333-9704 a vacation at Saco, Maine. Mr. and Mrs. John Lange visited Mrs. Lange's mother, Mrs. Herbert Campbell, in the St. Francis Hospital, in Worcester, Mass., on Friday, July 31. Also Mrs. Lange's sister, Mrs. Forrest Grimes and Mrs. Robert Craig, in Brookfield, Mass. Mrs. Bessie Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Farnham have returned from a two week vacation spent on Cape Breton Island, N.S., Canada. The activity on the common in front of Maccal, Saturday and Sunday, was caused by the filming o'f a movie, "Interstate," by a theatre group from Dartmouth. This is the story of a boy and his mother, who runs a book store. Sunday, Aug. 2, Richie Hall anf Fire Chief Lance Colby took Fairlee's wide and joy, the Model T fire engine, to participate in Vershire's bicentennial parade. Fire Chief Lance Colby, Jeff Haslett, and Newton Belles attended the fire equipment open house at Montpelier, Saturday, Aug. 1. Katharine Blaisdell 787-6315 Graftou County Home We began July with our annual Volunteer Recognition Day. Twenty-one volunteers were present for this celebration. Awards were presented and refreshments were served. Everyone seemed to have a nice time. On July 4, many of our residents and volunteers boarded the School Bus, driven by Arthur Clough, to see the Gigantic Fourth of July Day Parade in Wood- sville. Everyone enjoyed the parade. We would like to thank Arthur Clough for donating his bus and time so that our residents would see the parade. We also would like to thank Mrs. Nancy Cowell and Brad's Getty for making transportation and parking arrangements for us. Last but not least, a thank you to our volunteers, Polly Tobey and Butch Hanson. July's Birthday Party was sponsored by the North Haverhill Methodist Women. Members of the group that came in to help us celebrate were: Florence Clough, Polly Smith, Jeannie Horne, Ger- trude Brooks, and Laurie Hastings. A beautiful hymn sing-along was enjoyed by all. At the end of July, we made our annual trip to the N. Haverhill Fair. Ten of our residents (Alma Castonguay, Harold Smith, Philomena Porfido, Karl Viau, Roger Howland, Oscar Hill, Helen McCormack, Jimmy Smith, Sammy Tift, and Diann Greene) visited the fair. Everyone enjoyed the events going on at the fair and the many exhibits available. All in all we had an eventful month. NO NAME REVUE THETFORD HILL -- The Parish Players will present "The No Name Revue," an evening of comedy in songs and sketches, at the Thefford Grange in Thefford Hill at 8 p.m. Aug. 22. Reserved seats are $3.50, general admission $3. Call (802) 785-4344 for reservations. COMMUNITY COLLEGE The Community College of Vermont will hold registration for degree students Aug. 18-21 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. in Mont- pelier at 5 State St. and Barre at 18 N. Main St. N Society Tour will be led by Eric French over the Old South load, Sunday, Aug. 16th at 1 p.m. Meet at the James French home. Walk history- past the cellar holes of homes abandoned when families moved into the village or went west with the passing of the need for wool from sheep for the Civil War uniforms. Anyone from age 7 to 77 is welcome to take the tour. Robert Evans wrote last week's news. A sound reporter, we wish we could persuade him to do it all the time but he feels he cannot afford the time. Lake Armington Notes Mr. and Mrs. Ernest North have been entertaining his sister, Mrs. Thayer McLaren from Montclair, N.J. During the visit they, with Mrs. Alwyn Harogensis, made a trip to Thompson Lake in Oxford, Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Don J. Russell from Charlotte, N.C., are visiting Mrs. Alwyn Har- togensis. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bancroft of Studio Read in Warren are at their cottage, making many improvements. Kim Gray, whose parents from Littleton are summer residents on the lake, is working at Camp Kingswood. GOLDEN WEDDING--Mr. and Mrs. Mervil (Chief) Bruleigh cut their 50th wedding anniversary cake at open house at Union 36 school gym Aug. 2. Bradford Kelley Wing has. been at- tending Girl Scout Camp at Rocky Trail and staying nights with her Aunt Linda Minickedoo in Keene, N.H. Tom Taylor MM called his parents from Saudi Arabia and will be heading back to his port in Virginia now. Shelly Tullar celebrated her Bath Village--. Susan Picknel| IIIII 747-2625 eleventh birthday, which was A regular meeting of Pine on the third, Sunday at her Grove Grange was held Grandparents, Milton and Monday evening, AUg. 3 at the Virginia Bedell. Present at the Town Hall. Following the dinner was mother, Sherry business part of the meeting Tullar, sister Babette Gen- Mr. Henry LaBarre from the dron and George Metcalf of Social Security Office in Bradford; brother Kip Gen- Littleton spoke to the group. A dron, Sub Naval Base Groton, question-answer period Conn.; Sonnie Bedell and followed and lunch was ser- Valerie Elliott of Woodsville. red. The card party sponsored by Her cake was decorated with chocolate horses. Pine Grove Grange was held Steven and Charlotte Wales at the Town Hall Tuesday of Washington, D.C., have evening Aug. 4. Prizes went to been visiting at the home of Mildred Baines and Charles her brother, Bob Wing and Bailey for high scores, Nellie family a few days. Hunt and Roscoe Noyes for second high scores, and Ethel The Bradford American Legion and Auxiliary had Clough and Lawrence Woods their installation Tuesday for middle scores. The door night at the hall. Newbury prizes were won by Gladys Legion and Auxiliary and Merrill and Burgess Metcalf. Thetford Legion oined them. The prizes for the most zeroes on the scoreboard went to, EdithAckerr/anfld Btti S. Newbu00 Metcalf. Lunch'bf 'saiches . ..... ' and cold drink was served. Mike Cole, Charlie Cole's Congratulations are ex- nephew, stopped at his uncle's tended to Virginia Englert on house Friday. He is home on a being chosen the North brief leave from the service Haverhill FairQueen. before his next tour of duty Library Story hour was which isAlaska. conducted by Mary Jane Debbie (Scott) and Douglas Diamond this week. The Erb are the happy parents of children heard stories, played their first child, a daughter, games, and made pinwheels. Jennifer Lynn, born at Lit- The movie was "The Three tleton Hospital August 5, Pigs." On Aug. 28 there will he weight 7 pounds, 2 ounces. a party. Grandparents Roger and My Favorite Vegetable Bunny Scott missed the event Recipe. (Again we have too by two days. They were many summer squashes) : vacationing at Indian Lake, Grate a few yellow or green N.Y. summer squashes and an Alma Giison will shortly be onion, home following surgery in St. Add: vinegar, salt, pepper Johnsbury. and saute. When done, add Mr. and Mrs. Rhinehartare sour cream, staying with their daughter, Marion Ertle. Mr. Rhinehart is helping with the new OXBOW MEETING printing press addition... BRADFORD--The Union Jonathan (Avedon) Beck High School No. 30 Board will from Buffalo is spending a hold only one regular meeting week with the Grows at inAugust, at7:30 p.m. Aug. 20 Sleepers Meadow. The at Oxbow High School. Patrick Bakers of Buffalo who A Woman's Point of View Life on the Farm by FRAN HYDE Any farmer can tell you his "help" is a vital part of his operation. They also play an important part in the life of the farm family. This we saw illustrated Sunday when we attended the 50th wedding anniversary party of Clark and Ernestine Ingalls in N. Haverhill. Posted on the wall of the porch by the kitchen door was a list of people who had worked at the Ingalls farm over the years. There must have been 75-100 names. I was impressed by the list itself, but even more so by what I saw and heard. I mistook a guest for a family member working on the party, and she told me she had worked there. Later, Mrs. Ingalls told me that when she had worked for them she'd been the best help; setting her alarm clock to get the two boys up and to the barn to do chores and generally overseeing the farm work when Mrs. Ingalls was away. A third- generation Ingalls was brought forth to meet her and learned how long ago she had been an intimate part of the family. A couple drove away and after the youngest daughter waved farewell from the porch she turned to friends and said, "They used to live upstairs and we kids lived up there with them as much as we lived downstairs." A man was greeted by the Ingalls and then checked to see that his name was on the list. His wife said to Mrs. Ingalls, "I've heard a lot about the good meals he always had here." Mrs. Ingalls' laughing reply was, "How else could he grow up to be the big boy he is newt". While the youngest daughter and I talked on the porch, she motioned toward the pick-up truck which had just driven up to the barn. "I see the chore boy has arrived," she said, and went on to explain that a former recent employee had called to offer his servi,'ces for chores that night, saying it would he too had if "Dad' had to l.eave his party to do them. Perhaps me most telhng bit of information regarding the intertwining of the lives of the farm family and the help came when Mrs. Ingnlis spoke of work done under the direction of the woman mentioned ca. rlier and added, "But on the other side of tmngs, many a mght we'd all be out her with the ice freezer hi ............ cream tehed to the porch post, making ice cream at 11 o'clock at night!" Virginia Bedell i 439-5720 A pot luck salad dinner was held prior to the installing. Diane Weydener, Third District President, and her Sgt.-at-Arms Jacqueline Martineau installed the Auxiliaries. Also present was Department Secretary- Treasurer June Mauries. Bradford Officers installed for this year were President- Elaine Covey; First Vice -- Shureen Tullar; Second-Vice --Arlga Whitcher; Secretary -- Juanita Shearer; Treasurer -- Virginia Bedell; Historian -- Vera Munn; Chaplain- Adelia Sonthworth and Sgt.-at- Arms Mabel Humphrey. Ruth Ahern and Mr. Ahem acting Sgt.-at-Arms in- stalled the Legion members Bradford officers being in- stalled for this year were: Commander  Milton Bedell; First -- Richard Cushman; Second -- Burton Covey; Chaplain -- Fredrick Waters; Historian -- Warren Hun- tington; Adjutant -- Raymond Thurher; Service Officer -- Darrell Maxwell; Treasurer -- Charles Zwicker; Sgt.-at- Arms -- Kenneth La Roche. Isabel Whitney 866-5676 have stayed here for seven successive summers, brought him. They all climbed Black Mountain Wednesday. Other climbers from S. Newbury were Robbie and Jay Cole, and the Steve Shauger family. Robbie Cole's eye, which was seriously injured two weeks ago, is showing improvement. He attends the Hanover clinic twice a week to check it. Tim Grow spent Friday in Boston with a group of other young people. Mr. Drugach was one of the drivers and they were set to hear Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. 007 Sylvester is desolated. The Royal Wedding was an event of a lifetime and he relied on Bruce the rooster to wake him. Bruce omitted his customary alarm crow and Sylvester snoozed. The excuse Bruce gave was that he had little use for the Hanoverian succession anyway, but that did not go down with Sylvester! Charlie Cole was a day patient of the Veteran's Administration at White River Friday. It was good to see SOc Sapounas in town again last week, and to know that both he and Eula are flourishing. N. THETFORD BAZAAR N. THETFORD--A bazaar will be held at the N. Thetford Federated Church Aug. 12 from 2-5 p.m., including a rug hooking demonstration by Rhoda Hyde, followed by a buffet supper (adults $4, children under 12 $2), spon- sored by the Ladies' Aid Society. THRIFT SIlOP W. TOPSHAM--The Tri Village Thrift Shop on Rte. 25 is open from 1-4 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday and l0 a.m.-12 p.m. Saturdays. Consignments include fall and winter clothing, household goods and collectible items. Donations are accepeu. FINISH C-/IPENTER wanted. Year round work. woodsville area --o. 4t.--9-2---C EXCELLENT SELECTION of new and used mobile homes on display: 45 homes to choose from Best p_ ces ever. Mit- ch's "Mobile Homes, Rt. 10, Woodsville, 603-747-3376. 4t-..9-2--c 00,,ear - .00erritt v00,enc, .gnc. 1 Montebello Street Woodsville, NH 03785 603-747-20 BI{OKEI{ :  ASS(K'IATES: Albino A. l,euthold  Paul Mayette 787-6270 Robert Dupuis 747-2531 List No. 226-- New England turn of the century 6 room house. L-R, D-R, large country kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 1/2 baths. Full cellar, FHW oil heat -- .9 acre.., nice garden spot, pretty mountain views. In town location. $35,000. List No. 262-- Beautiful victorian home has 8 rooms -- 4 bedrooms with fireplace in the master bedroom. 1V.: baths -- entire first floor has been tastefully redecorated. Coal & oil furnace -- 2 car detached garage . . . glassed in parch. Stained glass windows -- town water and sower. In town location would he perfect for a small business ........ III I WARNING The members of the Old Goshen Church are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Old Goshen Church on Sunday, August 23, 1981, at three P.M. for the purpose of transacting the following business: 1) To elect a moderator to govern said meeting; 2) To hear and act upon the reports of the officers for the past year; 3) To elect a treasurer, clerk and Committee of Three ior the ensuing year; 4) To transact any other business that may legally come before said meeting; 5) To vote on the acceptance of new mem- bers to the church. Given at Bradford, Vermont, this 12th day of August A.D. 1981 John A. FatheHey ...... Clerk _ _ -- - .... ,,, .,, ,, AUCTION IMPORTANT ESTATE AUCTION OF ANTIQUES, ACCESSORIES AND CUSTOM Tuesday, August 18.1981 at 10:00 A.M. Exhibition from 8:3OA.M. Under Tent Barker Estate Piermout, New Hampshire Since the beautiful real estate has been sold, con- sisting of a large brick colonial with spadous lawns, the remaining contents, along with selected additions, will be offered at auction. Location: In Bradford, Vt. from the Jet. of Rte. 5 and 25, follow Rte. 25 east for approx. 1 mile. In Piermont, N.H., from the Jet. of Rte. l0 and 25, follow Rte. 25 west for approx. 1% miles. In Part: To-part hhb th hrdaeTt arch t (married); important 18th century two-door cupboard with 4 raised panels and 'H' hinges old gray and red; another early cupboard with 'H' binges and in old paint; tripod base candlestand with tilt top; 4-drawer bow front chest with Mclntyre type carvings; tavern table with breadboard top; unusual early desk on stretcher base frame; bannister hack armchair with good crest; early high hack bench with carved panels in back; stretcher base hutch table vith lg. rec- tangular top; early round top candlestand with cross base; another early eandlestand; cookie corner l- drawer stand with several turnings; small early childs set back cupboard; country Chippendale sidechair wth heart in back splat; Cavandish, Vt. style wing chair (no upholstery); early slat back sidechair; country ladder back writing arm chair; 2-drawer drop leaf stand; tapered leg drop leaf table; and more early furniture. Enormous round top pedestal base dining table, lg. claw and ball feet; claw and ball foot sideboard; set of 8 square leg Chippendale style dining chairs (2 arm -- 6 side); centennial Chippendale style settee with car- vings and ball and claw feet; pr. centennial Queen Anne style chairs with shell carved crests; Queen Anne style shape card table with floral Marquetry; small custom Queen Anne drop leaf table; 2-part custom cabinet; 8' Victorian mirror with marble base; split pedestal round top table with carved paw feet; oval top center table with carved pedestal and feet; custom Queen Anne style tea table; walnut 2-drawer writing table; custom Down filled Ion. ne .sofa; various good lounge chairs; pr. maple twin nero complete; small maple hutch cupboard; maple stands and chests; portable 'IV; various other modern accessories. Clocks including: Howard & Co. black marble and ormolu shelf clock; weight driven banjo wall clock with reverse paintings and Boston on dial; other weight driven banjo wall clock; marble shelf clock with Marchand, Paris on al; French T&S carriage clock; small carriage clock in case (needs work); various other shelf clocks; custom 3 weight small grandfather clock with brass works. Cylinder music box in working condition; musical crank box; small burl musical cabinet; brass National cash Register; K&E transit with tripod. Small Chippendale mirror; pewter coffee pot; 2 pewter bowls with eagle touch mark; Ig. pewter charger; 3 eagle flasks, one marked with 'X'; painted duck decoys; Liverpool style pitcher; Minton tile of old Boston State House; watercolor of child learning on old table; miniature painting on ivory signed Fuger; water scene painting signed Bogner; other pictures; burl mortar and pestle; primitive fireplace trivet; early handled tapered cauldron; swing handle and other baskets; early crockery pes. of sterling and plated silver. Red mark RS Prussia chocolate set with pansies; Caluite type compote; enamel pitcher signed Hawkes; 6 cranberry goblets; pr. very decorative vases; blue and white Wedgewood teaset; Pairpoint amethyst compote; several pes. of cut glass some signed Libby, Hawkes, etc. Signed Steuben vase; satin glass; Helsey and several more good pes. of glass; Art Nouveau lamp signed McCellanpBarclay; Art Decco floor lamp; etc. Delta table saw; 7' pool table; various hand tools; bench grinder. Westinghouse auto. washer and dryer; hooked and braided rugs; bedding; linen; kitchen and pantry ware. Sale Per Order of William G. Barker, Jr., Greenwich, Conn. Terms--Cash or Check Tent-Seats-Caterer WILLIAM A. SMITH, INC. Auctioneer and Appraiser Plainfield, New Hampshire 03781 Tel. 603-675-2549 Consignment Sales Room 603-298-8478 N.H. License No. 2124. Me. No. 00410. Vt. No. 2142 /i! !:, .  ........... .