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Page 10-The Journal Opinion-September 1, 1982 1 , Bradford special meetin00 held (c(mtinued from page 1 ) for the article to pass. Twenty- before 1985. officials say this arrangement as meant to resolve the matter quickly; under state law, notice of a special town meeting must be posted 30 (lays prior to the meeting, Bradford school officials said they could warn a special meeting within a much shorter time frame. tlow much shorter? The minutes of the Bradford Academy and Graded School Trustees' meeting on August II show that Bradford residents Dan Perry and George Pratt showed up that night to officially request last week's August 23 mting. Close Vote The vote at last week's meeting was by ballot and it was close, considering the two-thirds majority needed five voted for the article, 11 voted against. The article passed by one vote The town's selectmen were to have met for their regular meeting,last Thursday, but the meeting was postponed to this Monday, August 30, ac- cording to Town Administrator Susan. Spaulding. Spaulding said the select- men were expected to pen their signature to authorize tax stabilization to Maska U.S., on the town's assessment for equipment and machinery at the factory, at the Monday meeting. Company Plans Company officials say they are planning to invest about $a90,000 in the factory and employ about 150 workers The Vermont Industrial Finance Authority recently granted Maska U.S. a $200,000 low-interest to assist in con- verting the machinery at the factory to the production of sports uniforms. Maska U.S. is a subsidiary of Sport Maska Inc., of St. ttyaeinthe, Quebec. The company is a major producer of hockey uniforms. Channel Mills has been producing double-knit fabrics at the factory since it was built in the early 1970's. Sales in double-knits have dropped in recent years, causing Channel Mills to have cut back on much of its workforce and eventually opening the way to the current sale of the factory to the Canadian firm. Barry Beder Hypnosis Clinics will help you... V SPECIAL WEIGHT CLINIC RETURN RATES pay ONLY $15 each time you return. V GUARANTEE: stop smoking IMMEDIATELY without weight gain or tension, or return FREE ARRY BEDER HYPNOSIS CLINICS have been used in conjunction with = Michigan Blue Cross' Blue Shield * Ford Motor Company | Lawrence General Hospital Hunt Memorial Hospital | Pr0f,essiona I Air Traffic Controllers Organization Tufts University J MONTPELIER MONTPELIER TAVERN INN - TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 STOP SMOKING: $45- 7:00 P.M. WEIGHT LOST: $30- 8:30 P.M. Includes FREE Hypnosis Cassette Tape I HARDWARE STORES  ,olot latex S. k Give interior and exterior wood, masonry and sttr.,co a fresh new look with this specially priced finish, Solid coat of color wont hide the texture of rough-cut v',tood, siding, shingles, shakes or masonry. Fade-resistant to keep its fresh color for years. Available in 32 colors and white. L$ +" Oil Stain and Wood Preservative. Here's a value that is clearly right for siding, shakes, fences, decks, One coat seals in the natural beauty of wood, seals out moisture, mil- dew, rot without hiding a sliver of the natural gram and texture 8 mixed, 24 custom colors, 0ST INTERESTING FACT Some say that the phrase "rule of thumb" comes from a practice that was once common among brewmasters. The chief brewer used to test the temperature of a batch of brew by dipping in his thumb. CHAMOIS SHIRT MEMORIES REKINDLED-- The notorious class of Fortunati Landry, Jessie Downing Gilman, Jane '47 from Bradford Academy celebrated a reunion Jackman Fehrs, Joan Stever Bednarskl, Bertha Ic'. recently at the Garden Restaurant in Bradford. Those Frapplca Aremberg, Kermit Richardson, and Keith IkO llcll IkJ ll attending were: (l-r back row) Robert Pierson, Bowles; Front Row -- Marie Emerson Thurston, _ Leonard Dobbins, Bert Hastings, Russell Coburn, and Phyllis Perry Bowles, Jeannine White Ricker, Phyllis tqJ Fayetee Paronto; Second Row -- Paul Robie, Jeanette Hastings Russ and Fred Eaton. school Kiellerup cou)ie honored 35th class reunion held BRADFORD-- The 35th at former student Kermit examiners, office Joan Stever Bednarski, Class Reunion was and Margaret Richard- managers, domestic Leonard Dobbins, and celebrated on July 17, for son's camp in Corinth, engineers, singers, fruit Robert Pierson. Those the nortorious class of 1947 where many photos, pickers, world travelers, from foreign planets were: from Bradford Academy. memories, and stories etc. Noone hadquite made Paul Robie, Fayette Approximately 40 veteran were shared, punctuated it as a millionaire, in the Paronto, both from graduates and their by much laughter and good dollar sense, but many had Florida; Jeanette For- spouses attended the event, cheer. Help was vohn- become millionaries in tunati Landry from Con- traveling by car, plane and teered to clean the bottom living. With a smile on their necticut; Jane Jackman pony express from as far of Kermit's pond, but was lips, a twinkle intheireyes, Fehrs from New York, away as the States of turned down by majority and a lilt in their step, all Bert Hastings, Russell Illinois and Florida. vote. fervently agreed that they Coburn, Phyllis Perry Guests of honor Memories rekindled would do this again in Bowles, and Jeannine The guests of honor were Dinner was enjoyed with another 5 years!! White Ricker from outer Hope and Robert nostalgic music provided From nearandfar reaches of Vermont, and Kjellerup, former teacher by Winnie Hight and songs Of those attending, some Bertha Frappica Arem- and friends of that class, of the 40's that brought were "Local Yokels," such berg from New Hamp- Hope will long be back memories of dances as: Kermit Richardson, shire; Fred Eaton from remembered for her at the old "Dreamland Phyllis Hastings Russ, Illinois and last but not spontaneous parties at the Hall". A sing-a-long Marie Emerson Thurston, least, Keith Bowles from "Castle" and the great provided much fun and Jessie Downing Gilman, the StateofMaine. assistance of her husband, forgotten words. Each Robert, at those times. She guest provided a thumb- AUCTION NOTICE was journalism teacher, nail sketch of his life in the history teacher and in- last 35 years since _ ___ ___ ______ troduced Badminton to the graduation, and it was IGRAY'S AUCTION CALEN DAR! school, discovered that one A "happy hour" was held graduate, Ned O'Gorman Flat, lamx Our finest exterior paint offers long-lasting protection, now at special savings. Fiat in colors, white, aCk. HPX. Gal 11.98" Satin in white, blackand many cus- tom colors. SHR Gal ..... 12.98" Gloss in white, black and many custom colors. GHR Gal.. 13.98" Woodsman Polyurethane Varnish protects wood from abrasion, moisture with clear coat of polymer pro- tection High gloss, satin or dull. X-O Rust Spray Enamel, qutck easy way to give long-lasting color and rust-resistance to toys, tools, lawn furniture +.._ 278 20tlt tt with this OILO011 FOG HARDWARE had made it in Who's Who. Most of the guests provided the names and numbers of children and grand- children. The one with the most grandchildren was Marie Emerson Thurston, with 10. Pictures of grandpeople were banned, since there were no overnight reservations. It was discovered that in spite of some gray hairs, double chins, arthritic joints and thickening mid- sections that the "BA Spirit of '47" remains undaunted. Reminiscing, brought old escapades again to light, from old beaus and gals, midnight dips in forbidden bodies of water with only a towel, unchaperoned parties, and some that were; school scandels, and pranks pulled at various and sundry locations. All present declared that time had played a trick and that it couldn't be 35 years since graduation. To clarify their iden- tities, name tags were lovingly patted onto each proud chest, not that many were needed, of course! The group could boast of many prominent figures of success, ranging from bankers, real estate people, insurance people, farmers, writers, secretaries, carpenters, town officials, bank Thursday, Sept. 16 -- at 7:00 P.M. at the East Thetford Commission Sale Barn. A Special Dairy Sale -- Consisting of 100 head of springing and open heifers and springing cows. Saturday, Sept. 25 -- Consignment Sale of Equip- ment at Gray's Field, Fairlee, Vt. Tuesday, Sept. 28 -- The Vermont State Jersey Sale at Billings Farm in Woodstock, Vt. starts at 12:00 noon. C.W. Gray & Sons, Inc. East Thetford, Vt. Tel. 785-4348 or 785-2161 P.S. Auction every Monday at the East Thetford Commission Sales barn in E. Thefford, Vt. Livestock sale at 2:00 P.M. l The first radio of the World transmitted on Oct. 5,1 QUOTE "Never put tomorrow what yoU the day after as well." INTERESTING FACT The average baby doubles his original weight at about 5 months of age. QUOTE "Fun is like life insurance; the older you get, the more it costs." Kin Hubbard WANTED-- Babysitting in my Bradford home, week- days. 10 years experience. Telephone Lyle 802-222-5764 or Joyce 802-222-5545. 4T--9- 22---C YARD SALE-- At Wilfred Couillard's, Lower Plain, Bradford, St., Sept. 4. IT9- I--PD ELDERLY LADY in com- fortable villaqe home in- terested in tire-in com- panion-housekeeper for meal preparation, some personal assistance. Must have own car, salary negotiable. Reply to W.R. Council on Aging, Box 15, W.R.Jct., Vt: O5O01. 2T--9-8---C PICK-UP CAP-- For 8' Fleet Side $50. Call 802-222-9367 after 5:00 or see Bob Rush- ford. 4T--9-22--P St. lohnsbury, Vt. * Woodtllo, N.H. your money where your heart is. When you keep your investment dollars in town, they go fight back into business here. At Wells River Savings Bank, 70 cents of every dollar you invest with us is reinvested locally, to keep the community growing. When it's time to talk about investment programs and retirement accounts, come to us. We'll help you choose from a wide range of plans that offer competitive interest rates, liq- uidity, early withdrawal without penalty, and low minimum investments. You'll watch your investment grow. And you'll be keeping your money where your heart is. YOUR ] |24-HOUR [_TELLER When the bank is closed and you need some cash, there's someone you can lean on. Penny Annie. When banking hours are your busiest hours, Penny Annie is there after hours. Cash a check. Make a deposit or a loan payment. With Penny Annie, it's as easy as 14-3, 24 hours a day. Wells River Savings Bank Wells River, Vermont 05081 802-757-2361 Member FDIC The selection is great and you'll find new colors for boys and girls. They're perfect for those cool mornings that are coming. Page 10-The Journal Opinion-September 1, 1982 1 , Bradford special meetin00 held (c(mtinued from page 1 ) for the article to pass. Twenty- before 1985. officials say this arrangement as meant to resolve the matter quickly; under state law, notice of a special town meeting must be posted 30 (lays prior to the meeting, Bradford school officials said they could warn a special meeting within a much shorter time frame. tlow much shorter? The minutes of the Bradford Academy and Graded School Trustees' meeting on August II show that Bradford residents Dan Perry and George Pratt showed up that night to officially request last week's August 23 mting. Close Vote The vote at last week's meeting was by ballot and it was close, considering the two-thirds majority needed five voted for the article, 11 voted against. The article passed by one vote The town's selectmen were to have met for their regular meeting,last Thursday, but the meeting was postponed to this Monday, August 30, ac- cording to Town Administrator Susan. Spaulding. Spaulding said the select- men were expected to pen their signature to authorize tax stabilization to Maska U.S., on the town's assessment for equipment and machinery at the factory, at the Monday meeting. Company Plans Company officials say they are planning to invest about $a90,000 in the factory and employ about 150 workers The Vermont Industrial Finance Authority recently granted Maska U.S. a $200,000 low-interest to assist in con- verting the machinery at the factory to the production of sports uniforms. Maska U.S. is a subsidiary of Sport Maska Inc., of St. ttyaeinthe, Quebec. The company is a major producer of hockey uniforms. Channel Mills has been producing double-knit fabrics at the factory since it was built in the early 1970's. Sales in double-knits have dropped in recent years, causing Channel Mills to have cut back on much of its workforce and eventually opening the way to the current sale of the factory to the Canadian firm. Barry Beder Hypnosis Clinics will help you... V SPECIAL WEIGHT CLINIC RETURN RATES pay ONLY $15 each time you return. V GUARANTEE: stop smoking IMMEDIATELY without weight gain or tension, or return FREE ARRY BEDER HYPNOSIS CLINICS have been used in conjunction with = Michigan Blue Cross' Blue Shield * Ford Motor Company | Lawrence General Hospital Hunt Memorial Hospital | Pr0f,essiona I Air Traffic Controllers Organization Tufts University J MONTPELIER MONTPELIER TAVERN INN - TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 STOP SMOKING: $45- 7:00 P.M. WEIGHT LOST: $30- 8:30 P.M. Includes FREE Hypnosis Cassette Tape I HARDWARE STORES  ,olot latex S. k Give interior and exterior wood, masonry and sttr.,co a fresh new look with this specially priced finish, Solid coat of color wont hide the texture of rough-cut v',tood, siding, shingles, shakes or masonry. Fade-resistant to keep its fresh color for years. Available in 32 colors and white. L$ +" Oil Stain and Wood Preservative. Here's a value that is clearly right for siding, shakes, fences, decks, One coat seals in the natural beauty of wood, seals out moisture, mil- dew, rot without hiding a sliver of the natural gram and texture 8 mixed, 24 custom colors, 0ST INTERESTING FACT Some say that the phrase "rule of thumb" comes from a practice that was once common among brewmasters. The chief brewer used to test the temperature of a batch of brew by dipping in his thumb. CHAMOIS SHIRT MEMORIES REKINDLED-- The notorious class of Fortunati Landry, Jessie Downing Gilman, Jane '47 from Bradford Academy celebrated a reunion Jackman Fehrs, Joan Stever Bednarskl, Bertha Ic'. recently at the Garden Restaurant in Bradford. Those Frapplca Aremberg, Kermit Richardson, and Keith IkO llcll IkJ ll attending were: (l-r back row) Robert Pierson, Bowles; Front Row -- Marie Emerson Thurston, _ Leonard Dobbins, Bert Hastings, Russell Coburn, and Phyllis Perry Bowles, Jeannine White Ricker, Phyllis tqJ Fayetee Paronto; Second Row -- Paul Robie, Jeanette Hastings Russ and Fred Eaton. school Kiellerup cou)ie honored 35th class reunion held BRADFORD-- The 35th at former student Kermit examiners, office Joan Stever Bednarski, Class Reunion was and Margaret Richard- managers, domestic Leonard Dobbins, and celebrated on July 17, for son's camp in Corinth, engineers, singers, fruit Robert Pierson. Those the nortorious class of 1947 where many photos, pickers, world travelers, from foreign planets were: from Bradford Academy. memories, and stories etc. Noone hadquite made Paul Robie, Fayette Approximately 40 veteran were shared, punctuated it as a millionaire, in the Paronto, both from graduates and their by much laughter and good dollar sense, but many had Florida; Jeanette For- spouses attended the event, cheer. Help was vohn- become millionaries in tunati Landry from Con- traveling by car, plane and teered to clean the bottom living. With a smile on their necticut; Jane Jackman pony express from as far of Kermit's pond, but was lips, a twinkle intheireyes, Fehrs from New York, away as the States of turned down by majority and a lilt in their step, all Bert Hastings, Russell Illinois and Florida. vote. fervently agreed that they Coburn, Phyllis Perry Guests of honor Memories rekindled would do this again in Bowles, and Jeannine The guests of honor were Dinner was enjoyed with another 5 years!! White Ricker from outer Hope and Robert nostalgic music provided From nearandfar reaches of Vermont, and Kjellerup, former teacher by Winnie Hight and songs Of those attending, some Bertha Frappica Arem- and friends of that class, of the 40's that brought were "Local Yokels," such berg from New Hamp- Hope will long be back memories of dances as: Kermit Richardson, shire; Fred Eaton from remembered for her at the old "Dreamland Phyllis Hastings Russ, Illinois and last but not spontaneous parties at the Hall". A sing-a-long Marie Emerson Thurston, least, Keith Bowles from "Castle" and the great provided much fun and Jessie Downing Gilman, the StateofMaine. assistance of her husband, forgotten words. Each Robert, at those times. She guest provided a thumb- AUCTION NOTICE was journalism teacher, nail sketch of his life in the history teacher and in- last 35 years since _ ___ ___ ______ troduced Badminton to the graduation, and it was IGRAY'S AUCTION CALEN DAR! school, discovered that one A "happy hour" was held graduate, Ned O'Gorman Flat, lamx Our finest exterior paint offers long-lasting protection, now at special savings. Fiat in colors, white, aCk. HPX. Gal 11.98" Satin in white, blackand many cus- tom colors. SHR Gal ..... 12.98" Gloss in white, black and many custom colors. GHR Gal.. 13.98" Woodsman Polyurethane Varnish protects wood from abrasion, moisture with clear coat of polymer pro- tection High gloss, satin or dull. X-O Rust Spray Enamel, qutck easy way to give long-lasting color and rust-resistance to toys, tools, lawn furniture +.._ 278 20tlt tt with this OILO011 FOG HARDWARE had made it in Who's Who. Most of the guests provided the names and numbers of children and grand- children. The one with the most grandchildren was Marie Emerson Thurston, with 10. Pictures of grandpeople were banned, since there were no overnight reservations. It was discovered that in spite of some gray hairs, double chins, arthritic joints and thickening mid- sections that the "BA Spirit of '47" remains undaunted. Reminiscing, brought old escapades again to light, from old beaus and gals, midnight dips in forbidden bodies of water with only a towel, unchaperoned parties, and some that were; school scandels, and pranks pulled at various and sundry locations. All present declared that time had played a trick and that it couldn't be 35 years since graduation. To clarify their iden- tities, name tags were lovingly patted onto each proud chest, not that many were needed, of course! The group could boast of many prominent figures of success, ranging from bankers, real estate people, insurance people, farmers, writers, secretaries, carpenters, town officials, bank Thursday, Sept. 16 -- at 7:00 P.M. at the East Thetford Commission Sale Barn. A Special Dairy Sale -- Consisting of 100 head of springing and open heifers and springing cows. Saturday, Sept. 25 -- Consignment Sale of Equip- ment at Gray's Field, Fairlee, Vt. Tuesday, Sept. 28 -- The Vermont State Jersey Sale at Billings Farm in Woodstock, Vt. starts at 12:00 noon. C.W. Gray & Sons, Inc. East Thetford, Vt. Tel. 785-4348 or 785-2161 P.S. Auction every Monday at the East Thetford Commission Sales barn in E. Thefford, Vt. Livestock sale at 2:00 P.M. l The first radio of the World transmitted on Oct. 5,1 QUOTE "Never put tomorrow what yoU the day after as well." INTERESTING FACT The average baby doubles his original weight at about 5 months of age. QUOTE "Fun is like life insurance; the older you get, the more it costs." Kin Hubbard WANTED-- Babysitting in my Bradford home, week- days. 10 years experience. Telephone Lyle 802-222-5764 or Joyce 802-222-5545. 4T--9- 22---C YARD SALE-- At Wilfred Couillard's, Lower Plain, Bradford, St., Sept. 4. IT9- I--PD ELDERLY LADY in com- fortable villaqe home in- terested in tire-in com- panion-housekeeper for meal preparation, some personal assistance. Must have own car, salary negotiable. Reply to W.R. Council on Aging, Box 15, W.R.Jct., Vt: O5O01. 2T--9-8---C PICK-UP CAP-- For 8' Fleet Side $50. Call 802-222-9367 after 5:00 or see Bob Rush- ford. 4T--9-22--P St. lohnsbury, Vt. * Woodtllo, N.H. your money where your heart is. When you keep your investment dollars in town, they go fight back into business here. At Wells River Savings Bank, 70 cents of every dollar you invest with us is reinvested locally, to keep the community growing. When it's time to talk about investment programs and retirement accounts, come to us. We'll help you choose from a wide range of plans that offer competitive interest rates, liq- uidity, early withdrawal without penalty, and low minimum investments. You'll watch your investment grow. And you'll be keeping your money where your heart is. YOUR ] |24-HOUR [_TELLER When the bank is closed and you need some cash, there's someone you can lean on. Penny Annie. When banking hours are your busiest hours, Penny Annie is there after hours. Cash a check. Make a deposit or a loan payment. With Penny Annie, it's as easy as 14-3, 24 hours a day. Wells River Savings Bank Wells River, Vermont 05081 802-757-2361 Member FDIC The selection is great and you'll find new colors for boys and girls. They're perfect for those cool mornings that are coming.