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Page 12-The Journal Ophdon-October 21, 1982 Woodsville WeUs River iammed for sale First llthfirst Hour Sale hailed,,, b+ mercnts, public WOODSVILLE-- .A Woodsville, Chuck Butson said annual llth Haunt Sale, this week the store was full sponsored by 45 Woodsy]lie most of the night. "Although it and Wells River merchants really is difficult to pinpoint has been hailed by store the impact of the promotion" owners and the public as an Butson said, "the business SUNSET IN WOODSVILLE--A afternoon sun over a merry-go- round in W0odsville Center during the recent 11th Hour Sale. Hundreds of youngsters took advantage of the free rides, mow BY emmA A. RVIN, Ja. evening special. He said he amount of fish he expected to early as 9 p.m. went through six times the sell. He noted it was gone as And at People's Market in outstanding success. The event, which began at 6 p.m., Friday, Oct. 22 and ended at 11 p.m., was responsible for packed streets and stores throughout the two- town area. At 5 p.m., an hour before the event was to kick off, Woodsy]lie required two police officers be posted in the middle of Central Street to handle the heavy influx of traffic and throngs wandering throughout participating stores. Fred Kaiser, a Happy Hour Restaurant owner in Wells River told the Journal Opinion this week he was overwhelmed with the response. He said the "very successful night" caused him to completely deplete his supply of Haddock, the item he had advertised as the III I I Friday, October 29th Z All Day & Evening WITCH HUNT SPECIALS COME! IE,I'0000 SEE! SAV No Sales Tax! Woodsy]lie was very good for that period of time the sale was on." He said he would definitely participate in another program of that type. Butson added that he was not only pleased with the Friday night event, he was equally as happy to see "this wonderful community work together very hard on this project." The first joint promotion for the new group was organized in September and it appears that the success of the promotion surprised many, some citing a reduced economy and other ills. A member this week said they will be meeting in November and electing officers and planning further programs. COTTONKANDY TIME--Three year old Erin Wright, daughter of Allen and Amy Wright of Woodsville, gobbles up cotton candy during the Woodsville-Weils River llth Hour Sale held last Friday night. BUSY STREET's--Two traffic officers were neededlast Friday night in Wood- sville to keep things moving as hundreds of shoppers and their vehicles flocked to the first annual llth Hour Sale. mOTO BY BERNARD A. MARVIN, JR. INTERESTING FACT Jersey, a knitted fabric, is so called because it was originally produced on the island of TRIPLE Jersey, in the trick or treat' tours recent ORESSER S212 '02.- 22?.' to enhance your kitchen.  l JUST THINK| 10 Lu[:kv Shoppers wdl wm a fresh ,killed turkey--in time for Thanksgivin BRADFORD   m-2, 2,,, -',  Look for the' "Bradford Bulletin", soon to be in your' mailbox - NATIONAL BAN --,--n . loaded with buys and savin for you and the whole family, M.m. F...., po.,, ,...,... CO..*..t,o. DelPOMtS Irared To $100,000 -x-'3(" ' " " ' '  i ........ English Channel. national drug and soft drink RECLINERS o!" ...... s178 ";: Solid, and Tweed, *  -......  poisonings nave resulted in a s GLE $ ""'" " '"" - -   ..... , a t o.ss. ...... 131 Some FHA approved Ckritst - wav eofattemptsnypumtc UIlJI.II s.,..,s,..,s,.. ..... ..... ;- _.. officials and police to bring  ..%,.,.,.,..p * .ome wire :.yeor worro., the festivities of Halloween to , .... ' ..... ' ' ..... * All heat set nylons a halt I ORTHOPEOIC TYPE Old " Parents in many area towns I INNERSPRING *,;  from will now allow their children [lUl&'rrl__ #t# ,, , . _ si.il. # "  !i known They to collect candy only from are neighbors not or permitting friends, tJ "U''Y-'NOr ' ' T' M' ''WT' SV '1 == 'ale Larpelr ""1==I . unescorted Halloween visits. Always the Largest Selections ... Always the Lowest START NOWlll %  u"?u?:ir'"c a'll' TWO LOCATIONS T SF_VE OU BE'I.  I suspicious treats reported and 7'llii  rX('VNT 0 l][7k' ) i =,o ',,oe, / ,. Christmas ' .,,, scan them with a metal -g'll|'l. 11111111 /--, I.L'  VV.fJ, I detector to determine if razor __ lt =__ iff////N  ......... '; | %11.3 (,z/ lub l blades and other metal im- JIJ;L ' ........ " FIIRNITURJId I plements have been inserted OUTE - ' I ,OTE , m the apples or candy V EAST ST JOHNS] '  '- ' C " ] " EAST MONTPELIER, VT . , 30 celebrating Halloween. mum BY BERNARD A. URVIN, JR keep vandlism to a minimum --****************************************************************** ...I  CHOOSE THE PLAN \\; [r THAT SUITS YOU BEST i? =0000 002.00 =3.00 . B df rd' '  $5.00-$10.00-$20.00-$25.00 ra ,) s ow00xrte, eeme FREE GIFT . * IF YOU START NOW! = * . Open Christmas Club  FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 5th at $1.00 or more and receive "X" a FREE Tea or Coffee Canister * The Sale that you have been wamn.q for! -3(- , , II I I I I * Halloween OgIKUII out Both stores are celehrating their anniversary with .the largest event everl Our 4th Anniver- Sary sary at the Furniture Barn in East Montpelier, and the t5th Anniversary at Dan's Wayside (continued from page 1 Furniture & Carpets in East St. Johnsbury. part of Halloween. To this day, WITH THE BUYING POWER OF 2 STORES ... wide eyed owls are among the favorite subjects of, Halloween VINYL La Z Boy greeting cards. " " Reg. up to $16.9S Bats and toads, thought at : Recliners one time to be poisonous, :o;i :n':!! joined the parade of s Halloween creatures. All s3.so s2197.00 kinds of strange and hideous things were thought to be evil square and bad, so they were all so. vo.up . yor tossed in a huge cauldron and NYL became part of a ,secret V[ Sleep s witches brew. Several Styl Shakespeare wrote of uch a WALLPAPER S289u ' brew in this Macbeth: Fitlet of a Fenny Snake, lizard's:, leg, the eye of a newt and the toe of SINGLE ROLL a frog were combined "for the PINE FINISH charm ofpowerfultrouble"inthe cauldron and allowed to WE/-/AVEALARGE.,.CTO.O CHESTS INSTALL boil and bubble "like a hell WA TEN FeaR O..*R s131 over 30 beautiful colors broth." BEDS ' O..WR . S159 to choose from . This year, as area FULL, QUEEN, sx youngsters get ready for their KING SIZE OR,W,R s184 -,: Saxony and Sculptured ' Page 12-The Journal Ophdon-October 21, 1982 Woodsville WeUs River iammed for sale First llthfirst Hour Sale hailed,,, b+ mercnts, public WOODSVILLE-- .A Woodsville, Chuck Butson said annual llth Haunt Sale, this week the store was full sponsored by 45 Woodsy]lie most of the night. "Although it and Wells River merchants really is difficult to pinpoint has been hailed by store the impact of the promotion" owners and the public as an Butson said, "the business SUNSET IN WOODSVILLE--A afternoon sun over a merry-go- round in W0odsville Center during the recent 11th Hour Sale. Hundreds of youngsters took advantage of the free rides, mow BY emmA A. RVIN, Ja. evening special. He said he amount of fish he expected to early as 9 p.m. went through six times the sell. He noted it was gone as And at People's Market in outstanding success. The event, which began at 6 p.m., Friday, Oct. 22 and ended at 11 p.m., was responsible for packed streets and stores throughout the two- town area. At 5 p.m., an hour before the event was to kick off, Woodsy]lie required two police officers be posted in the middle of Central Street to handle the heavy influx of traffic and throngs wandering throughout participating stores. Fred Kaiser, a Happy Hour Restaurant owner in Wells River told the Journal Opinion this week he was overwhelmed with the response. He said the "very successful night" caused him to completely deplete his supply of Haddock, the item he had advertised as the III I I Friday, October 29th Z All Day & Evening WITCH HUNT SPECIALS COME! IE,I'0000 SEE! SAV No Sales Tax! Woodsy]lie was very good for that period of time the sale was on." He said he would definitely participate in another program of that type. Butson added that he was not only pleased with the Friday night event, he was equally as happy to see "this wonderful community work together very hard on this project." The first joint promotion for the new group was organized in September and it appears that the success of the promotion surprised many, some citing a reduced economy and other ills. A member this week said they will be meeting in November and electing officers and planning further programs. COTTONKANDY TIME--Three year old Erin Wright, daughter of Allen and Amy Wright of Woodsville, gobbles up cotton candy during the Woodsville-Weils River llth Hour Sale held last Friday night. BUSY STREET's--Two traffic officers were neededlast Friday night in Wood- sville to keep things moving as hundreds of shoppers and their vehicles flocked to the first annual llth Hour Sale. mOTO BY BERNARD A. MARVIN, JR. INTERESTING FACT Jersey, a knitted fabric, is so called because it was originally produced on the island of TRIPLE Jersey, in the trick or treat' tours recent ORESSER S212 '02.- 22?.' to enhance your kitchen.  l JUST THINK| 10 Lu[:kv Shoppers wdl wm a fresh ,killed turkey--in time for Thanksgivin BRADFORD   m-2, 2,,, -',  Look for the' "Bradford Bulletin", soon to be in your' mailbox - NATIONAL BAN --,--n . loaded with buys and savin for you and the whole family, M.m. F...., po.,, ,...,... CO..*..t,o. DelPOMtS Irared To $100,000 -x-'3(" ' " " ' '  i ........ English Channel. national drug and soft drink RECLINERS o!" ...... s178 ";: Solid, and Tweed, *  -......  poisonings nave resulted in a s GLE $ ""'" " '"" - -   ..... , a t o.ss. ...... 131 Some FHA approved Ckritst - wav eofattemptsnypumtc UIlJI.II s.,..,s,..,s,.. ..... ..... ;- _.. officials and police to bring  ..%,.,.,.,..p * .ome wire :.yeor worro., the festivities of Halloween to , .... ' ..... ' ' ..... * All heat set nylons a halt I ORTHOPEOIC TYPE Old " Parents in many area towns I INNERSPRING *,;  from will now allow their children [lUl&'rrl__ #t# ,, , . _ si.il. # "  !i known They to collect candy only from are neighbors not or permitting friends, tJ "U''Y-'NOr ' ' T' M' ''WT' SV '1 == 'ale Larpelr ""1==I . unescorted Halloween visits. Always the Largest Selections ... Always the Lowest START NOWlll %  u"?u?:ir'"c a'll' TWO LOCATIONS T SF_VE OU BE'I.  I suspicious treats reported and 7'llii  rX('VNT 0 l][7k' ) i =,o ',,oe, / ,. Christmas ' .,,, scan them with a metal -g'll|'l. 11111111 /--, I.L'  VV.fJ, I detector to determine if razor __ lt =__ iff////N  ......... '; | %11.3 (,z/ lub l blades and other metal im- JIJ;L ' ........ " FIIRNITURJId I plements have been inserted OUTE - ' I ,OTE , m the apples or candy V EAST ST JOHNS] '  '- ' C " ] " EAST MONTPELIER, VT . , 30 celebrating Halloween. mum BY BERNARD A. URVIN, JR keep vandlism to a minimum --****************************************************************** ...I  CHOOSE THE PLAN \\; [r THAT SUITS YOU BEST i? =0000 002.00 =3.00 . B df rd' '  $5.00-$10.00-$20.00-$25.00 ra ,) s ow00xrte, eeme FREE GIFT . * IF YOU START NOW! = * . Open Christmas Club  FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 5th at $1.00 or more and receive "X" a FREE Tea or Coffee Canister * The Sale that you have been wamn.q for! -3(- , , II I I I I * Halloween OgIKUII out Both stores are celehrating their anniversary with .the largest event everl Our 4th Anniver- Sary sary at the Furniture Barn in East Montpelier, and the t5th Anniversary at Dan's Wayside (continued from page 1 Furniture & Carpets in East St. Johnsbury. part of Halloween. To this day, WITH THE BUYING POWER OF 2 STORES ... wide eyed owls are among the favorite subjects of, Halloween VINYL La Z Boy greeting cards. " " Reg. up to $16.9S Bats and toads, thought at : Recliners one time to be poisonous, :o;i :n':!! joined the parade of s Halloween creatures. All s3.so s2197.00 kinds of strange and hideous things were thought to be evil square and bad, so they were all so. vo.up . yor tossed in a huge cauldron and NYL became part of a ,secret V[ Sleep s witches brew. Several Styl Shakespeare wrote of uch a WALLPAPER S289u ' brew in this Macbeth: Fitlet of a Fenny Snake, lizard's:, leg, the eye of a newt and the toe of SINGLE ROLL a frog were combined "for the PINE FINISH charm ofpowerfultrouble"inthe cauldron and allowed to WE/-/AVEALARGE.,.CTO.O CHESTS INSTALL boil and bubble "like a hell WA TEN FeaR O..*R s131 over 30 beautiful colors broth." BEDS ' O..WR . S159 to choose from . This year, as area FULL, QUEEN, sx youngsters get ready for their KING SIZE OR,W,R s184 -,: Saxony and Sculptured '