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Page 8-The Journal Oplnion-October 28, 1981 OUTSTANDING TEACHERS HONORED-- Sandy Acker, of the Union No. 36 Elementary School (center) and Charles Barrett of the Bradford Elementary School, were honored at recent ceremonies held at UVM. Standing to the left of Ms. Acker are UVM Dean of the College of Education Charles Tesconi and Union No. 36 school principal Peter Richards. Standing at the far right is Bradford elementary principal John LaRock. i Selectmen add man to road crew (continued from page 1) The. selectmen, after reviewed a septic survey from penditures but declined to reviewing the list of this the state department of solid furnish a list that detailed year's expenditures, agreed waste management, regar- them. The list contained "there were no problems" ding ground water discharge figures that did not pertain to with the expenditures, said and the new site for septic the preparation of next year's selectman Sue Holden. dumping to be located at the police budget, according to the The selectmen, along with new Woodsville Sewage selectmen, more routine matters, also Treatment Plant. "it 4-H Garden Award winners (continued from page 1) Bob-L-Link-N. Haverhill: Pare Reed, Amy Morrill, Karen Keniston. Back Road Crew-Plymouth: Daryl Dion, Ronda Huckir. Lucky Clover- Sugar Hill: Kenneth Hunt, Steven Aldrich, Stephen Listzwan. Peaked Mt. Ridgerunners-Piermont : Michael Winot. Hatchet- Lyme: Travis Warren, Jean Carter. Little-Oxbow-N. Haverhill: Mark Anderson, Larry Norcross, Jr., Tommy Keith. Lilac Lassies-W. Canaan: Michelle Hamel. Katherine Weaver, Kim Newhall, Mary Tucker, Carment Stevens. Mascoma Scott Webster, Canaan; Mary Valley Boys-Canaan: Jeffrey Lewis, Haverhill. Clifford, Scott Stevens, Chris "C" 's -- Eric and Jenny Mnrrison. Oliverian-Haverhill Christian, Monroe; Joshua and Pike: Karen and Sylvia Bartlett, Rumney; Tom Fournier, Jennifer Gheradi, Driscoll, Bath; Thaddeus Susie Lewis. Presby, Sugar Hill; Brian and Receiving "B"s -- Kelli Cammie Goodrich, Lyme. Gochee, Monroe; Janna Russeau, Dorchester; Sarah Cute, Warren; Lisa Driscoll, Bath; Cliff and Josh Holden, Landaff; Becky Keniston, N. ORFORD ALUMNI Haverhill; Sheila Fabrizio, N. ANNUAL CHRISTMAS Haverhill; P. Wesley Morrill, SHOW AND SALE Plymouth; Rusty & Angela ORFORD--The Orford High Hubbard, Sugar Hill; Elaine School Alumni .Association is Stearns, Lyme; Jon Brooks, having their annual Christmas Ronnie Derosia, N. Haverhill; Show and Sale on Nov. 4 from 10:00 to 4:00 at the Memorial Hall in Orford. Anyone in- terested in displaying their crafts and handmade items should call or write to Jane Huff, RFD, Orford, N.H., 03777, or 353-4496. gin, In $1#ekl Mo Namara Motors .c. Town okays another hydro-power dam BARNET--The Town of top of the dam to a power $59,000 for the project. house, housing the electricity generating turbines, to be located below. The proposed dam will only be about one to four-feet high, across the top of the falls but will reduce the amount of water that presently cascades over the falls by rechanneling much of the water through the penstock. The power station at the site will house a generator capable of producing 370 kilowatts of power. Preliminary cost estimates show a cost of about Barnet selectmen have given their preliminary approval for another hydro-electric power station and dam to be built in the town. The proposed dam, to be built on the Stevens River, will be built and owned privately by a Warren, Vt., man, but power from the dam will be sold to Green Mountain Power Corporation. L. Mae Rae RoSd of Warren, says his proposed dam will be built on the site where the Stevens River crosses Route 5. The 500-foot-long penstock pipe will carry water from the PSAT-NMSOT continues service for students WELLS RIVER-- Dr. Richard W. Root, director of guidance at Blue Mountain Union School, has announced that new services introduced last year as part of the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test-National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT-NMSQT) will again be provided to students taking the test on Oct. 27, 1981. Before the test, students will receive the PSAT-NMSQT Student Bulletin which con- tains a complete sample test with an answer key and scoring instructions. In December, students will receive a Report of Student Answers which displays the correct answers and the students' responses as well as scores. Schools will return test booklets at the same time so that students can review the original questions. Students will also receive About Your PSAT-NMSQT Scores, a booklet containing in- formation on interpreting PSAT-NMSQT results and on general college planning. The PSAT-NMSQT is cosponsored by the College Board and National Merit Scholarship Corporation. It is administered annually to more than one million students and measures verbal and mathematical abilities that are important in college work. The PSAT-NMSQT gives students a chance to find out The Stevens River proposal is the second such proposal for the construction of a hydro .dam that the Barnet select- men have received this fall. Plans are being made for the renovation of the hydro- dam located on the Passumpsic River in E. Barnet. The E. Barnet dam, planned for construction by Central Vermont Public Service Corporation, if completed, will have the capacity to produce twice the power that could be produced by the CVPS hydro-plant currently under construction in Bradford. CVPS officials announced their plan to the Barnet selectmen, in person, at the selectmen's Sept. 21 regular what the College Board's meeting. Town selectmen were notified of the Stevens River proposal by a letter sent Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is like, and helps them in planning for college; fur- ther, students who opt to participate in the College Board Student Search Service have an opportunity to hear from colleges that they might not otherwise learn about. The PSAT-NMSQT is also the qualifying test for students who wish to participate in the nationwide scholarship competitions administered by the National Merit Scholar- ship Corporation. . Police seize {continued from page 1) an estimated street value of "$15,000 to $20,000." A state police spokesman at the Berlin police barracks told the Journal Opinion that the police would not give out any further information pending the two suspect's arraign- ment. Unconfirmed reports say the two are currently being housed at the Chittenden County Correctional Center in S. Burlington. A spokesman for the Fairlee Diner has said that there was an incident outside the restaurant about the time that police say the two suspects were arrested in Fairlee. Unconfirmed reports have said two handcuffed men were seen in one of the state police vehicles during the incident in the parking lot. TIME FOR A LUNCH BREAK-- Nurse Verona Wallace lends a hand to Glencliff resident Clara Shiney at the Coach and Paddock Restaurant in Woodsville. PHOTO BY F. ROBBINS E-THIS YEAR, MAIL THEM A MEMORY... . FAST insurance ...... (continued from page 1 ) "'L , ,' . I many to@n emergency groups such as Fairlee's FAST Squad, have felt the need for a liability policy anticipating the event of possible lawsuit resulting from further injury an accident victim might while being tran- sported by the group to the hospital. Attorney Charles Collier told the selectmen, last Thursday, that the selectmen should avoid making direct for the group's insurance, if they were in- terested in protecting the town from any financial liability in :he event of a potential lawsuit against the FAST Squad. He advised the selectmen to "appropriate" any funds that would be needed to the FAST squad so they could purchase themselves. The group had also asked the selectmen to register and insure a new equipment vehicle currently being sought by the FAST Squad. Collier told the selectmen that there was a strong possibility that the town would have to own the vehicle in order to insure it. The selectmen agreed to study the merits in such an arrangement between then and the next meeting, when they are expected to act on the matter. Tax Stabilization Further discussion at the meeting centered around a request from a town resident for an ordinance regarding tax stabilization. After considerable discussion, the selectmen agreed that their present policy, and their policy for the forseeable future, is to let the matter be dealt with on an individual basis at the annual town meeting in March. Other matters discussed by the selectmen were: _ the preparation of bids for a new furnace for the Academy building; -- the purchase of a $500 tire for the town grader; -- a report from the town administrator on current budget levels; -- a recent library court matter and resulting legal fees of $250; -- road maintenance matters. QUOTE "The brighter you are, the more you have to learn." Don Herold Bring your negative, slide, or print to us to have it made into a truly personal christmas card. We have the know-how to transform your favorite photo into the finest quality holiday greeting card. Stop by the Camera Shop and we will explain the different styles and designs available to you. Let us help you make your holidays special. PROCESSING ,._ J  Kodak  to them from the Federal Energy Regulatory Com- mission informing them of Rood's plans. The E. Barnet CVPS dam is still in its initial planning stages, according to select- men and CVPS officials. But CVPS spokesman, John Mullen told the Journal Opinion that renovation of the dam could begin in 1983. Rood's Stevens River dam proposal becomes the fourth hydro power dam to be proposed for construction in our area. CVPS is nearing the completion of "phase I" of their Bradford dam renovation, a private com- pany has proposed renovation of the Boultonville dam on the Wells River in Newbury, and CVPS has purchased the site for their E. Barnet, Passumpsic River dam renovation. CAMERA SHOP (603) 643-4545 DO[I  r.. 47-51 S. Main Street Hanover N.H. I CLEANERS 2000 EARLY-ORDER DISCOUNT IF ORDERED BY NOVEMBER 6, 198t Dec. 2, 1981 Your complete lothinq care center For pick-up and delivery service i A PUMPKIN GOES TO THE OLYMPICS-- Reginald Hunt of Ross-Wood Post No. 20, of Woodsviile, is taking guesses as to the weight of his prize winning pumpkin with all monies raised to go to the Special Olympics for handicapped children. "it TV cable {continued from page 1 ) which alone houses over 700 television watching students. Ellingwood said besides the $I0,000 per mile cost of line installation, there is also an added cost of pole rental to be paid to local utilities for use of the telephone poles. Haverhill selectmen, Rich Kinder said at the selectmens' Monday, Oct. 19 meeting that the selectmen were not really sure what the Graniteville company was up to. The selectmen indicated they felt it was up to the cable company to look into what was required to set up lines in the town. Kinder said that usually cable companies in New Hampshire are given "monopoly" status in exchange for authority by the town on questions like rate increases and provisions for schools. Kinder confirmed that Upper Valley Cable Inc., run by Gene Ellingwood's son, Mark, had acontract for cable in the town of Haverhill. Upper Valley Cable Inc. has a 16 feet in diameter satellite disc located on Briar Hill near Cottage Hospital. "It Trustee (continued from page 1) only two months, until the trustees could find a replacement. Welch took over the plant with such deter- ruination that the subject of hiring a new plant superin- tendent never came up again at the trustee's regular meetings. A special trustee's meeting was held on Tuesday evening, Oct. 27 after press-time, in which trustees Gary Garone, Henry McGreevy, and Welch were to discuss these and other problems facing the village government. Even if nothing changes at the trustees meeUng, a special village meeting has been called on Nov. 16 to vote on a motion, that would restrict the trustees from approving contracts exceeding $2500 for the year, without first putting the contracts up for bid. The motion comes as the result of a petition signed by 32 village residents which was presented to village officials on Oct. 8. COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES THETFORD--Tbere will be a Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse at the Thetford Hill Church from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m., checking for hypertension and weight problems and giving hem- mocult smears and flue shots. Phone 444-2142 Coil collect. ARS ROEBUCK, WoodsviUe, N.H. WELLS RIVER LANDROMAT, Wells River, VI. PiKE STORE, Pike, H.H McLAM's STORE, E. Corinth, Vt, FAIRLEE GENERAL, Feirlee, Vt. ORFORDVILLE STORE, Orfordville, N.H. 1,1 No. I BID FOR at Oxbow High School. CONTACT: Richard Rothenburg by Novenber 13, 1981 (802) 222-5214 THE JOURNALISM at WHS needs an electric typewriter. A portable would be If you can help us call (603) 747-2781 WOLVEIRINE TOUGH OUTSIDI00 PURE COMFORT INSIDE We bred the spirit ot the beast into every pair of theee unusually com|ortable action boots. Oil-resmtant molded soles flea when you do. Supple cowhide leathers end a deep cushion insole surrounds your foot in comtort.'Di-'over the unique feel ot weermcl a boot that r el X fits. STEP INTO REAL COMFORT. STE:P INTO WOLVERINE . No. i--B" Unlined leather boot avadable is, tan, sizes 7-12 E & EEE. No. 2--6" Unlined leather I:xt available in tan, sizes 7-12 E & EEE. Many other styles and colors of work boots available for men and also some stles for ladies. FAMILY SHOE STOIE St lohnsburv, Vt. Woodsvflle. N H, THREE TOCUTYOURSELFIN THESTIHL00EAL  : ....... ..... Hares e Buy one charlie 6:45 9:10 -" I00Iton's White River Jet., Vermont Phone 29S-3105 Page 8-The Journal Oplnion-October 28, 1981 OUTSTANDING TEACHERS HONORED-- Sandy Acker, of the Union No. 36 Elementary School (center) and Charles Barrett of the Bradford Elementary School, were honored at recent ceremonies held at UVM. Standing to the left of Ms. Acker are UVM Dean of the College of Education Charles Tesconi and Union No. 36 school principal Peter Richards. Standing at the far right is Bradford elementary principal John LaRock. i Selectmen add man to road crew (continued from page 1) The. selectmen, after reviewed a septic survey from penditures but declined to reviewing the list of this the state department of solid furnish a list that detailed year's expenditures, agreed waste management, regar- them. The list contained "there were no problems" ding ground water discharge figures that did not pertain to with the expenditures, said and the new site for septic the preparation of next year's selectman Sue Holden. dumping to be located at the police budget, according to the The selectmen, along with new Woodsville Sewage selectmen, more routine matters, also Treatment Plant. "it 4-H Garden Award winners (continued from page 1) Bob-L-Link-N. Haverhill: Pare Reed, Amy Morrill, Karen Keniston. Back Road Crew-Plymouth: Daryl Dion, Ronda Huckir. Lucky Clover- Sugar Hill: Kenneth Hunt, Steven Aldrich, Stephen Listzwan. Peaked Mt. Ridgerunners-Piermont : Michael Winot. Hatchet- Lyme: Travis Warren, Jean Carter. Little-Oxbow-N. Haverhill: Mark Anderson, Larry Norcross, Jr., Tommy Keith. Lilac Lassies-W. Canaan: Michelle Hamel. Katherine Weaver, Kim Newhall, Mary Tucker, Carment Stevens. Mascoma Scott Webster, Canaan; Mary Valley Boys-Canaan: Jeffrey Lewis, Haverhill. Clifford, Scott Stevens, Chris "C" 's -- Eric and Jenny Mnrrison. Oliverian-Haverhill Christian, Monroe; Joshua and Pike: Karen and Sylvia Bartlett, Rumney; Tom Fournier, Jennifer Gheradi, Driscoll, Bath; Thaddeus Susie Lewis. Presby, Sugar Hill; Brian and Receiving "B"s -- Kelli Cammie Goodrich, Lyme. Gochee, Monroe; Janna Russeau, Dorchester; Sarah Cute, Warren; Lisa Driscoll, Bath; Cliff and Josh Holden, Landaff; Becky Keniston, N. ORFORD ALUMNI Haverhill; Sheila Fabrizio, N. ANNUAL CHRISTMAS Haverhill; P. Wesley Morrill, SHOW AND SALE Plymouth; Rusty & Angela ORFORD--The Orford High Hubbard, Sugar Hill; Elaine School Alumni .Association is Stearns, Lyme; Jon Brooks, having their annual Christmas Ronnie Derosia, N. Haverhill; Show and Sale on Nov. 4 from 10:00 to 4:00 at the Memorial Hall in Orford. Anyone in- terested in displaying their crafts and handmade items should call or write to Jane Huff, RFD, Orford, N.H., 03777, or 353-4496. gin, In $1#ekl Mo Namara Motors .c. Town okays another hydro-power dam BARNET--The Town of top of the dam to a power $59,000 for the project. house, housing the electricity generating turbines, to be located below. The proposed dam will only be about one to four-feet high, across the top of the falls but will reduce the amount of water that presently cascades over the falls by rechanneling much of the water through the penstock. The power station at the site will house a generator capable of producing 370 kilowatts of power. Preliminary cost estimates show a cost of about Barnet selectmen have given their preliminary approval for another hydro-electric power station and dam to be built in the town. The proposed dam, to be built on the Stevens River, will be built and owned privately by a Warren, Vt., man, but power from the dam will be sold to Green Mountain Power Corporation. L. Mae Rae RoSd of Warren, says his proposed dam will be built on the site where the Stevens River crosses Route 5. The 500-foot-long penstock pipe will carry water from the PSAT-NMSOT continues service for students WELLS RIVER-- Dr. Richard W. Root, director of guidance at Blue Mountain Union School, has announced that new services introduced last year as part of the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test-National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT-NMSQT) will again be provided to students taking the test on Oct. 27, 1981. Before the test, students will receive the PSAT-NMSQT Student Bulletin which con- tains a complete sample test with an answer key and scoring instructions. In December, students will receive a Report of Student Answers which displays the correct answers and the students' responses as well as scores. Schools will return test booklets at the same time so that students can review the original questions. Students will also receive About Your PSAT-NMSQT Scores, a booklet containing in- formation on interpreting PSAT-NMSQT results and on general college planning. The PSAT-NMSQT is cosponsored by the College Board and National Merit Scholarship Corporation. It is administered annually to more than one million students and measures verbal and mathematical abilities that are important in college work. The PSAT-NMSQT gives students a chance to find out The Stevens River proposal is the second such proposal for the construction of a hydro .dam that the Barnet select- men have received this fall. Plans are being made for the renovation of the hydro- dam located on the Passumpsic River in E. Barnet. The E. Barnet dam, planned for construction by Central Vermont Public Service Corporation, if completed, will have the capacity to produce twice the power that could be produced by the CVPS hydro-plant currently under construction in Bradford. CVPS officials announced their plan to the Barnet selectmen, in person, at the selectmen's Sept. 21 regular what the College Board's meeting. Town selectmen were notified of the Stevens River proposal by a letter sent Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is like, and helps them in planning for college; fur- ther, students who opt to participate in the College Board Student Search Service have an opportunity to hear from colleges that they might not otherwise learn about. The PSAT-NMSQT is also the qualifying test for students who wish to participate in the nationwide scholarship competitions administered by the National Merit Scholar- ship Corporation. . Police seize {continued from page 1) an estimated street value of "$15,000 to $20,000." A state police spokesman at the Berlin police barracks told the Journal Opinion that the police would not give out any further information pending the two suspect's arraign- ment. Unconfirmed reports say the two are currently being housed at the Chittenden County Correctional Center in S. Burlington. A spokesman for the Fairlee Diner has said that there was an incident outside the restaurant about the time that police say the two suspects were arrested in Fairlee. Unconfirmed reports have said two handcuffed men were seen in one of the state police vehicles during the incident in the parking lot. TIME FOR A LUNCH BREAK-- Nurse Verona Wallace lends a hand to Glencliff resident Clara Shiney at the Coach and Paddock Restaurant in Woodsville. PHOTO BY F. ROBBINS E-THIS YEAR, MAIL THEM A MEMORY... . FAST insurance ...... (continued from page 1 ) "'L , ,' . I many to@n emergency groups such as Fairlee's FAST Squad, have felt the need for a liability policy anticipating the event of possible lawsuit resulting from further injury an accident victim might while being tran- sported by the group to the hospital. Attorney Charles Collier told the selectmen, last Thursday, that the selectmen should avoid making direct for the group's insurance, if they were in- terested in protecting the town from any financial liability in :he event of a potential lawsuit against the FAST Squad. He advised the selectmen to "appropriate" any funds that would be needed to the FAST squad so they could purchase themselves. The group had also asked the selectmen to register and insure a new equipment vehicle currently being sought by the FAST Squad. Collier told the selectmen that there was a strong possibility that the town would have to own the vehicle in order to insure it. The selectmen agreed to study the merits in such an arrangement between then and the next meeting, when they are expected to act on the matter. Tax Stabilization Further discussion at the meeting centered around a request from a town resident for an ordinance regarding tax stabilization. After considerable discussion, the selectmen agreed that their present policy, and their policy for the forseeable future, is to let the matter be dealt with on an individual basis at the annual town meeting in March. Other matters discussed by the selectmen were: _ the preparation of bids for a new furnace for the Academy building; -- the purchase of a $500 tire for the town grader; -- a report from the town administrator on current budget levels; -- a recent library court matter and resulting legal fees of $250; -- road maintenance matters. QUOTE "The brighter you are, the more you have to learn." Don Herold Bring your negative, slide, or print to us to have it made into a truly personal christmas card. We have the know-how to transform your favorite photo into the finest quality holiday greeting card. Stop by the Camera Shop and we will explain the different styles and designs available to you. Let us help you make your holidays special. PROCESSING ,._ J  Kodak  to them from the Federal Energy Regulatory Com- mission informing them of Rood's plans. The E. Barnet CVPS dam is still in its initial planning stages, according to select- men and CVPS officials. But CVPS spokesman, John Mullen told the Journal Opinion that renovation of the dam could begin in 1983. Rood's Stevens River dam proposal becomes the fourth hydro power dam to be proposed for construction in our area. CVPS is nearing the completion of "phase I" of their Bradford dam renovation, a private com- pany has proposed renovation of the Boultonville dam on the Wells River in Newbury, and CVPS has purchased the site for their E. Barnet, Passumpsic River dam renovation. CAMERA SHOP (603) 643-4545 DO[I  r.. 47-51 S. Main Street Hanover N.H. I CLEANERS 2000 EARLY-ORDER DISCOUNT IF ORDERED BY NOVEMBER 6, 198t Dec. 2, 1981 Your complete lothinq care center For pick-up and delivery service i A PUMPKIN GOES TO THE OLYMPICS-- Reginald Hunt of Ross-Wood Post No. 20, of Woodsviile, is taking guesses as to the weight of his prize winning pumpkin with all monies raised to go to the Special Olympics for handicapped children. "it TV cable {continued from page 1 ) which alone houses over 700 television watching students. Ellingwood said besides the $I0,000 per mile cost of line installation, there is also an added cost of pole rental to be paid to local utilities for use of the telephone poles. Haverhill selectmen, Rich Kinder said at the selectmens' Monday, Oct. 19 meeting that the selectmen were not really sure what the Graniteville company was up to. The selectmen indicated they felt it was up to the cable company to look into what was required to set up lines in the town. Kinder said that usually cable companies in New Hampshire are given "monopoly" status in exchange for authority by the town on questions like rate increases and provisions for schools. Kinder confirmed that Upper Valley Cable Inc., run by Gene Ellingwood's son, Mark, had acontract for cable in the town of Haverhill. Upper Valley Cable Inc. has a 16 feet in diameter satellite disc located on Briar Hill near Cottage Hospital. "It Trustee (continued from page 1) only two months, until the trustees could find a replacement. Welch took over the plant with such deter- ruination that the subject of hiring a new plant superin- tendent never came up again at the trustee's regular meetings. A special trustee's meeting was held on Tuesday evening, Oct. 27 after press-time, in which trustees Gary Garone, Henry McGreevy, and Welch were to discuss these and other problems facing the village government. Even if nothing changes at the trustees meeUng, a special village meeting has been called on Nov. 16 to vote on a motion, that would restrict the trustees from approving contracts exceeding $2500 for the year, without first putting the contracts up for bid. The motion comes as the result of a petition signed by 32 village residents which was presented to village officials on Oct. 8. COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES THETFORD--Tbere will be a Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse at the Thetford Hill Church from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m., checking for hypertension and weight problems and giving hem- mocult smears and flue shots. Phone 444-2142 Coil collect. ARS ROEBUCK, WoodsviUe, N.H. WELLS RIVER LANDROMAT, Wells River, VI. PiKE STORE, Pike, H.H McLAM's STORE, E. Corinth, Vt, FAIRLEE GENERAL, Feirlee, Vt. ORFORDVILLE STORE, Orfordville, N.H. 1,1 No. I BID FOR at Oxbow High School. CONTACT: Richard Rothenburg by Novenber 13, 1981 (802) 222-5214 THE JOURNALISM at WHS needs an electric typewriter. A portable would be If you can help us call (603) 747-2781 WOLVEIRINE TOUGH OUTSIDI00 PURE COMFORT INSIDE We bred the spirit ot the beast into every pair of theee unusually com|ortable action boots. Oil-resmtant molded soles flea when you do. Supple cowhide leathers end a deep cushion insole surrounds your foot in comtort.'Di-'over the unique feel ot weermcl a boot that r el X fits. STEP INTO REAL COMFORT. STE:P INTO WOLVERINE . No. i--B" Unlined leather boot avadable is, tan, sizes 7-12 E & EEE. No. 2--6" Unlined leather I:xt available in tan, sizes 7-12 E & EEE. Many other styles and colors of work boots available for men and also some stles for ladies. FAMILY SHOE STOIE St lohnsburv, Vt. Woodsvflle. N H, THREE TOCUTYOURSELFIN THESTIHL00EAL  : ....... ..... Hares e Buy one charlie 6:45 9:10 -" I00Iton's White River Jet., Vermont Phone 29S-3105