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Page 10-The Journal Opinion-August 19, 1981 W. Fairlee Center Albert Carrier Morrill .family balloon DATSU x Many, Many Name Brand S WEA TERS I Choose from cowl, crew, v-neck, turtleneck, Fair Isle designs in Shetland wools, acrylics (Wintuk), blends. Sizes small, medium, large, 34-42. CHARGE NIGHTS 'TIL ACCOUNT 9:00 P.M. St Johr'lsDury, Vt Woods'lille, N.H ii i to hear Rev. Robb W. FAIRLEI': CENTER- The last Sunday evening service of this summer at the W. Fairlee (?enter Church will be held Aug. 2:3 at 7:30 p.m. and will be conducted by Reverend Robert Robb of I)iermont. Mr. Robb is a native of Detroit and received his theological training at Crozier Seminary in Pennsylvania. He WIIEN FIRE STRIKES Call the fire department as soon as the family is out of the house. If possible use a neigh- bar's phone--and stay on the phone to give the fire fighters all the information needed. Tragically, some people panic and hang up before giving the address. Be sure everyone in your family knows how to call the fire department. served as pastor of the Congregational Curch in Orford and Lyme Center from 1957 to 1959. Following this he was minister of churches in Pelham and Kingston, N.H., and later was active in the YMCA in New York State. In 1975 he was called to the Piermont Congregational Church, where he is still serving as pastor The service ig  open to all and will mark the end of the summer season at the W. Fairlee Center Church. Thanks are due to the plan- ning committee which con- sists of Mrs. Carl Cook of Post Mills and Mrs. J. Gordon Southworth and Mrs. Kenneth Southworth of Ely. BITS & PIECES Monday is an awful way to spend one-seventh of your life. trail in Army LYME--Pvt. David E. Carrier, son of Albert P. Carrier of Lyme and Hilda R. Vaillancourt of Manchester, has completed training as a cannoneer under the One Station Unit Training (OSUT) Program at the U.S. Army Field Artillery School, Fort Sill, Okla. OSUT is a 13-week period which combines basic combat training with advanced in- dividual training. Students learned the duties of a howitzer or gun section crewman and received in- struction in handling am- munition, setting fuses and preparing charges, com- munications and main- tenance. Carrier is a 1978 graduate of Central High School, Man- chester. MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALE at Peter Pierson's Friday, Aupst 21 thru Sund, August 23 10:00 AM TO 8:00 PM Baked goods on sale by Cub Scouts, 2 English .finds it's way to Maine WI LMOT--Nea:rly 100 members of the Morrill family from Maryland to New Hampshire attended their 29th ,reunion at the Wilmot Town Hall Aug. 9. The family members had a picnic lunch, a business meeting and exchanged genealogical information. Then there were fun and games, including releasing helium-filled balloons with the names of family members attached. Charles Morrill of Piermont received a response within five days from Belfast, Maine, where the balloon with his Oxbow to open guidance office BRADFORD--The Oxbow High School guidance department will be open starting Monday, Aug. 24, with all counselors available to meet with students and parents. Students are encouraged to come in to make copies of their schedules and to make any changes before the start name was plucked from Penobscot Bay by someone hauling in lobster pots. The response was enthusiastically received, as the following letter indicates: "Hi Folks, "Your balloon was found on Aug. 10, 1981, in Penobscot Bay, Belfast, Maine. My son and I were hauling our lobster pots and found a red balloon floating in the water at 7:30 a.m. The blue balloon had broken. We looked up your location on the New Hampshire map. We thought it made quite a distance in such short time. Terry Faulkingham RFD No. 1 Box 174 Belfast, Maine 04915 "P.S. We'll be looking for your balloon next year on the 30th Morrill Family Reunion if the wind is right! HA-HA." SALES & SERVICE Datsun 280-ZX 2-Seater Hatchback Coupe GL Me Namara Motors, (6031 P lihdan Sl. W. blkm, N.N, .4P m4e .' #-$ DESIGN YOUR OWN! We'H hip Tee t;esiln yoor best fvruitmro leycmt. Thor we'll build it for you. The mall Business Man an e picture frame, woodenehest, floor jaek, electrie already registered should do can now enjoy the speed [' children andwomen's elothes and more. classes. Counselors will be available and accuracy of corn- from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. with the puterized bookkeeping, exception of Mrs. BettyMoore financial projections, word " " " : " who will be in her office from 9 processing, data base '% ANNOUNCEMENT a.m.-12 p.m. Monday and  Wednesday and from 12-3 p.m. management, and a  Tuesday. variety of other ap- Come meet Mary at Parents or students who plications, at an un-  GLORIA'S BEAUTY SALON wish to make definite alP pointments should call the believably low cost. -- in East Corinth. Guidance office at 222-5214. Programs now exist to Mary is trained in all phases of -- manage almost every beauty culture and o graduate of business including: O'Brien's School of Cosmetology. FAIRLEE SCHOOL BOARD - Real Estate Mary excels in hair cuffing, per. FAIRLEE--The Fairlee manent waving, styling, and School Board will hold a - Dairy Farming - Lawn care - etc., etc. Leasing is available for businesses, schools and state, county or local governments. I'or more intormalion, call or visit: CHIPS MICROCENTER 3 South Street Hanover, N.H. 03755 (603) 643-5413 Hours: M-S 9-5 braiding. Mary is trained in the UNIPERM system. Come try our UNIPERM and UNICURL. Our usual UNIPERM price witl be  for the month of August only on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Call Mary Gendron at 802-439-5456 or 802-439-5946 i for on appointment. L l 1B Glor, a s Salo. of Beaj ROUTE 25, EAST CORINTH, VERMONT special meeting at the Elementary School Aug. 31 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the roof project, custodial contracts, a scholarship request, and transportation contract matters. NEW DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bishop of Woodsville are the parents of a baby daughter, born Aug. 7 at Cottage Hospital and weighing eight pounds. HAVE YOU SIlN OUR TABLES YET? Adnirod sir ImffotsY Set in our cenfclrtable doers? Enjoy drive down to I,I rl skowreenl At PomlmmSOC Mills we cob kelp you cheese the best size, seetiq Ulmcit y fur Tour tQble. We con show yew suRplus of end solid Nk," bin:k, dlorry, maple, or waist pieces with dHferent fiMsbes. CUR build whet yu cheese at direct-replier prkos. We else Imild a complete line of liviq room, office, kitchen, end I!odreon Cam we bvikl enythiq fur ycmr boney POMPANOOSUC MILL Its. 5, hit Tkefferd, Vt. [ll0l] 7|$-4610. Mon.-Set. 9-5 > HAVERH ILL, N.H. SUNDAY, AUGUST 30, 1981 1:00-4:00 RM. All of the employees of Burndy Corporation's new facility in Haverhill extend a hearty invitation to everyone in the surrounding area to visit us on August 30 to see where we work and the products we make. Since we're new in town, we decided to set aside a special day to have you drop by for a plant tour, lots of product displays and refreshments.., fun for the whole family. So, mark your calendar to look us over on August 30, from 1-4 P.M. We'll be waiting to meet you. m TO ST. JOHNSBURY RTE 3O2 t ITE. 13S RTE. 13S ll. R. RTE.i  RTE,10 VERMONT HAVERHILL MUNT RACQUET SHACK RIVER MOTEL RTE. 112 NEW HAMPSHIRE BENTON ROAD AMM6OSUC RIVER \\; MOUNTAIN LAKE ROAD .,In WOODIWILU[ Page 10-The Journal Opinion-August 19, 1981 W. Fairlee Center Albert Carrier Morrill .family balloon DATSU x Many, Many Name Brand S WEA TERS I Choose from cowl, crew, v-neck, turtleneck, Fair Isle designs in Shetland wools, acrylics (Wintuk), blends. Sizes small, medium, large, 34-42. CHARGE NIGHTS 'TIL ACCOUNT 9:00 P.M. St Johr'lsDury, Vt Woods'lille, N.H ii i to hear Rev. Robb W. FAIRLEI': CENTER- The last Sunday evening service of this summer at the W. Fairlee (?enter Church will be held Aug. 2:3 at 7:30 p.m. and will be conducted by Reverend Robert Robb of I)iermont. Mr. Robb is a native of Detroit and received his theological training at Crozier Seminary in Pennsylvania. He WIIEN FIRE STRIKES Call the fire department as soon as the family is out of the house. If possible use a neigh- bar's phone--and stay on the phone to give the fire fighters all the information needed. Tragically, some people panic and hang up before giving the address. Be sure everyone in your family knows how to call the fire department. served as pastor of the Congregational Curch in Orford and Lyme Center from 1957 to 1959. Following this he was minister of churches in Pelham and Kingston, N.H., and later was active in the YMCA in New York State. In 1975 he was called to the Piermont Congregational Church, where he is still serving as pastor The service ig  open to all and will mark the end of the summer season at the W. Fairlee Center Church. Thanks are due to the plan- ning committee which con- sists of Mrs. Carl Cook of Post Mills and Mrs. J. Gordon Southworth and Mrs. Kenneth Southworth of Ely. BITS & PIECES Monday is an awful way to spend one-seventh of your life. trail in Army LYME--Pvt. David E. Carrier, son of Albert P. Carrier of Lyme and Hilda R. Vaillancourt of Manchester, has completed training as a cannoneer under the One Station Unit Training (OSUT) Program at the U.S. Army Field Artillery School, Fort Sill, Okla. OSUT is a 13-week period which combines basic combat training with advanced in- dividual training. Students learned the duties of a howitzer or gun section crewman and received in- struction in handling am- munition, setting fuses and preparing charges, com- munications and main- tenance. Carrier is a 1978 graduate of Central High School, Man- chester. MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALE at Peter Pierson's Friday, Aupst 21 thru Sund, August 23 10:00 AM TO 8:00 PM Baked goods on sale by Cub Scouts, 2 English .finds it's way to Maine WI LMOT--Nea:rly 100 members of the Morrill family from Maryland to New Hampshire attended their 29th ,reunion at the Wilmot Town Hall Aug. 9. The family members had a picnic lunch, a business meeting and exchanged genealogical information. Then there were fun and games, including releasing helium-filled balloons with the names of family members attached. Charles Morrill of Piermont received a response within five days from Belfast, Maine, where the balloon with his Oxbow to open guidance office BRADFORD--The Oxbow High School guidance department will be open starting Monday, Aug. 24, with all counselors available to meet with students and parents. Students are encouraged to come in to make copies of their schedules and to make any changes before the start name was plucked from Penobscot Bay by someone hauling in lobster pots. The response was enthusiastically received, as the following letter indicates: "Hi Folks, "Your balloon was found on Aug. 10, 1981, in Penobscot Bay, Belfast, Maine. My son and I were hauling our lobster pots and found a red balloon floating in the water at 7:30 a.m. The blue balloon had broken. We looked up your location on the New Hampshire map. We thought it made quite a distance in such short time. Terry Faulkingham RFD No. 1 Box 174 Belfast, Maine 04915 "P.S. We'll be looking for your balloon next year on the 30th Morrill Family Reunion if the wind is right! HA-HA." SALES & SERVICE Datsun 280-ZX 2-Seater Hatchback Coupe GL Me Namara Motors, (6031 P lihdan Sl. W. blkm, N.N, .4P m4e .' #-$ DESIGN YOUR OWN! We'H hip Tee t;esiln yoor best fvruitmro leycmt. Thor we'll build it for you. The mall Business Man an e picture frame, woodenehest, floor jaek, electrie already registered should do can now enjoy the speed [' children andwomen's elothes and more. classes. Counselors will be available and accuracy of corn- from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. with the puterized bookkeeping, exception of Mrs. BettyMoore financial projections, word " " " : " who will be in her office from 9 processing, data base '% ANNOUNCEMENT a.m.-12 p.m. Monday and  Wednesday and from 12-3 p.m. management, and a  Tuesday. variety of other ap- Come meet Mary at Parents or students who plications, at an un-  GLORIA'S BEAUTY SALON wish to make definite alP pointments should call the believably low cost. -- in East Corinth. Guidance office at 222-5214. Programs now exist to Mary is trained in all phases of -- manage almost every beauty culture and o graduate of business including: O'Brien's School of Cosmetology. FAIRLEE SCHOOL BOARD - Real Estate Mary excels in hair cuffing, per. FAIRLEE--The Fairlee manent waving, styling, and School Board will hold a - Dairy Farming - Lawn care - etc., etc. Leasing is available for businesses, schools and state, county or local governments. I'or more intormalion, call or visit: CHIPS MICROCENTER 3 South Street Hanover, N.H. 03755 (603) 643-5413 Hours: M-S 9-5 braiding. Mary is trained in the UNIPERM system. Come try our UNIPERM and UNICURL. Our usual UNIPERM price witl be  for the month of August only on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Call Mary Gendron at 802-439-5456 or 802-439-5946 i for on appointment. L l 1B Glor, a s Salo. of Beaj ROUTE 25, EAST CORINTH, VERMONT special meeting at the Elementary School Aug. 31 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the roof project, custodial contracts, a scholarship request, and transportation contract matters. NEW DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bishop of Woodsville are the parents of a baby daughter, born Aug. 7 at Cottage Hospital and weighing eight pounds. HAVE YOU SIlN OUR TABLES YET? Adnirod sir ImffotsY Set in our cenfclrtable doers? Enjoy drive down to I,I rl skowreenl At PomlmmSOC Mills we cob kelp you cheese the best size, seetiq Ulmcit y fur Tour tQble. We con show yew suRplus of end solid Nk," bin:k, dlorry, maple, or waist pieces with dHferent fiMsbes. CUR build whet yu cheese at direct-replier prkos. We else Imild a complete line of liviq room, office, kitchen, end I!odreon Cam we bvikl enythiq fur ycmr boney POMPANOOSUC MILL Its. 5, hit Tkefferd, Vt. [ll0l] 7|$-4610. Mon.-Set. 9-5 > HAVERH ILL, N.H. SUNDAY, AUGUST 30, 1981 1:00-4:00 RM. All of the employees of Burndy Corporation's new facility in Haverhill extend a hearty invitation to everyone in the surrounding area to visit us on August 30 to see where we work and the products we make. Since we're new in town, we decided to set aside a special day to have you drop by for a plant tour, lots of product displays and refreshments.., fun for the whole family. So, mark your calendar to look us over on August 30, from 1-4 P.M. We'll be waiting to meet you. m TO ST. JOHNSBURY RTE 3O2 t ITE. 13S RTE. 13S ll. R. RTE.i  RTE,10 VERMONT HAVERHILL MUNT RACQUET SHACK RIVER MOTEL RTE. 112 NEW HAMPSHIRE BENTON ROAD AMM6OSUC RIVER \\; MOUNTAIN LAKE ROAD .,In WOODIWILU[