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WN NEWS [LVER nllaL Katharine Blaisdeil On Nov. 17, fifteen members t I 787-6315 and guests of the North Haverhill Girls' Club met at Dellinger came up Ed, Kay, Marilyn and the home of Linda Morrow at sncestown, N.H. to Kenny Blaisdell and Vickey Mountain Lakes. Karolee mother out for a Tatro went to Charlestown Henson won the mystery luncheon last Thursday evening for an 80th package. On committee with birthday party for Kay's Linda was Evelyn Stoddard. Anderson hosted the mother, Martha Frizzell. Several North Haverhill party. Erema On Nov. 15 the Woodsville seniors greatly enjoyed the first place, Pat Progressive Club met at the Thanksgiving dinner given for was second and Monteau Ski Lodge at them last Sunday by the Dunkley held low Mountain Lakes with 24 American Legion at the Ross- members and guests present. Wood Hall in Woodsville. t aursday 30 members Following the business Bob-O-Link ts of AARP met for a meeting an interesting and 4-H Club at the VFW informative talk on "Women by Cathy Berube, Reporter the business and Investments" was given The Bob-O-Link 4-H Club Laurel Lyons by Judith Kendall of Robert C. recently held election of of_ the group about CarT & Co., St. Johnsbury. In ricers. The new officers are: for the aging, the scholarship raffle the President-- Karla-Mari Lane, members packed turkey was won by Robert Vice President-- Joan boxes for 30 Halley of N. Haverhill, and the Aldrich, Secretary-- Janet and elderly. They ham by Linda Maccini of Thompson, Treasurer-- r. The Woodsville. On committee for Bernadette Demers, Miller, Katrina Clark, Heather Olsen, Becky Keniston, Karen Keniston, Jennie Verratti and Pam Reed. Beth Miller placed 2nd in the beginners group. Pam Reed placed 3rd in the in- termediate division. Our club recently attended the arts and crafts workshop in Monroe. Karla Lane and Janet Thompson led a workshop in making pom- pores. Achievement night was held on Oct. 29. Ed and Kay Blaisdell showed slides on their trip to Africa. At County Roundup on Nov. 13 our members received many awards. Katrina Clark and Julie Anderson par- ticipated in the poster contest. Julie received first prize in the novice division. Karla Lane, Becky Keniston and Nicole End received county medals in fashion review. Janet Thompson received a county medal in leadership. Our club received the November 24, 1982-The Journal Oplnion-Page 3 We have invited the Little Thompson recently attended Oxbow 4-H Club to join us at an officers' training PiFaaOlT  RobElder the Roller Derby on Dec, 4 for workshop.  an evening of roller skating. The new junior leaders 67th Anniversary Cathy Berube, Karla Lane, received their junior leader Mr. and Mrs. Emil Proshek Heather Olsen and Janet badges at the meeting on Nov. are celebrating their 67th C()RINI'ti This community was sad- dened to hear of the death of Jennie Lou Williams, wife of Rev. Paul Williams, who was pastor at the Center Church from 1963 to 1970. For the past several years the family has been living in Stahlstown, Pa. Sympathy is extended to Rev. Williams and his daughters, Martha, Linda and Doris. Mr. and Mrs. Charles White of Barre are the proud parents of a son, Elijah Dustin, born Nov. 10 at Central Vermont Hospital. Their little daughter Elizabeth spent part of last week vith her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dustin White and great-grandmother Mrs. Olive White. 20. wedding anniversary this Eleanor Burroughs Tuesday Nov. 23. Emil and .13.9-5547 Emma Preshek were married swept Acres have been Nita in Toldeo, Ohio in 1915, at the Tohin of Randolph; Elsie ages of 23 and 22 respectively. Davis, Carrie Martin and Mrs. Proshek explains, Margaret Pratt all of Brad- "that when I decided to get ford; Larry and Carolyn married, 1 got married." Pillsbury and Stephen Weinert Later she adds, "It works of Williston; Fay Davis, Jr., because we are Christians, we and Don Mullen of Man-believe in marriage." Mr. chester, Conn. ; Fay Davis Ill Proshek agrees saying, "We of Enfield, and friend Jerry of live as one person as the Bible Manchester, Conn.; Lee saysit." Kempton of ThompsonVille, The most satisfying things Conn.; John Prendegart of in their life are the time they North Attleboro, Mass.; Eddie spend together, living with OuiletteofWilamatic, Conn. their family, and their memories. The Prosbeks have NOTICE you mlgnt start early by 272-4953 marking off the January 16th lived the last few year& i)a Library Open House. For Piermont with their daughr those who are looking for a and son-in-law Helen and quiet spot between Freemont Ritchie. Thanksgiving and New Years, Library stop by. The Library invites you to Social Notes come in to see the Florence Robbins has Thanksgiving bulletin boards returned home this past week done by Shirley Gould. So you and hopefully will be staying may find all the newest of for awhile. books, Marion Shields con- Helen and Freemont Ritchie tinues to keep up to date attended the Royal organizing the Dewey Agricultural Winter Fair in Decimal File. Betsy Eaton has Toronto for four days this past begun working with the 3rd week. The fair is the most and 4th Grade on "How to prestigious agriculturalfairin Make a Book". the Hemisphere. The Ritchies If one of your New Year's saw the World Cup Horse resolutions is to vlan ahead, please turn to page 9 OOPELAND BUTONER BLOOK FURNITURE Come Visit Our Factory, 16 meeting will be the meeting were Tina Ben- rt h . . . Repo er-- Cat y Berube, achievement bowl. Karla W. Corinth dinner at 6"00 p m, nett, Phylhs Daws, Rosemary • • • . .... Photographer-- Heather • • Katie Kramer was in Lane was the reczpmnt of the ...... t.Warner's Gallery. Hall, Lucflle ptcer and rat v.o..,nlo- .........._mt,,;o- ,,,-,. "I Dare You" award rorwmn anu m hanover, N.H. lttee were Mary Trevithick. Members are CP .... T . . ".".]'" '. ........  .......... " OnRecent business visitors last Thursday. at helma Wilson and reminded that the December .m,. ¢.,u..,,,; ..... ,=.. Wind- ._)Vlartha Fagnant meeting l.s changed participated in the Grafton to Mon- Yamry pacgage, clay, Dec. ,. County garden program. Beth ,'u,,:,,Zrn--° McKee ds 00uilty f Fai on two counts o dee, 67 0rSVILLE_ Recent rer3ill District Court  by Justice Karl T. er include: Kathleen lnson of Groton was gUilty of two counts of to answer a court orts. She fined $50. was enalty assessment of 0 ad received a con- 0 .discharge upon t of the fine and one Ood behavior. it findin came as the a a complaint issued by 'verhill Police that she to answer a summons Pear in Haverhill Court. amous originally was t by unauthorized H. Woods of Bath was found guilty of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer in that he did pur- posely obtain a chain saw the property of George Woods, also of Bath, with the purpose to deprive• He was fined $100, plus a penalty assessment of $10. He was also ordered to seek counselling at the White Mountain Mental Health Center, and restitution will he paid as recommended by the probation department. Woods was also found guilty of theft by unauthorized taking in that he did purposely take a white leather handbag, the property of Beverly K. Woods with the purpose to deprive her of the property. He was fined $100. plus a $10. penalty assessment and or- dered to serve one year probation. He must also seek counselling at the White Mountain Mental Health Center. On a Monday session, Nov. 15, Robert A. Wilson of Con- cord, was found guilty of reckless driving and was fined $100. plus a penalty assessment of $10. He also lost his driver's license for 60 days. The complaint against him indicated Wilson did recklessly operate his Ford Mustang, by placing lives of a group of firefighters in E. Haverhill in danger, in that he operated his car at an unreasonable speed, due to the crowded conditions FAIRLEE-- Frances McKee, 67, died Nov. 18 at Cottage Hospital after a long illness. She was born in Orford, N.H., on April 8, 1915 and resided in Fairlee, for several years. She is survived by a son, William McKee of Orford, N.H.; three daughters, Ethyl Roy of Bath, Lois Rouell of Vershire, and Ruth Grimes of Albany; a brother, Lester Fcote of Littleton; a sister, Emma .Horton of Orford; seven grandchildren; one step-grandchild; four great- grandchildren; and one step great-grandson. Funeral services were Saturday afternoon at the Orfordville Church. Burial was in the Orford West Cemetery. Put Your Feelings Into Words : Illll 3 DAYS ONLY! Fri.-Sat.-Mon. : L- -- !-' MINI MART-DELl & BOTTLE CENTER BRADFORD. VERMONT , (802) 222-4701 Will Be Open All Day Thanksgiving 9:00 am to 9:00 pm• FOOT PROBLEMS? If you have foot problems and need special shoes, lions from doctor, or any other problem with shoes, come In and see me or call I potntment anytime 141.2903 or my home 14|.1F|91. DEAN C. REED DEAN'S SHOE STORE 1 Po'tiaO'l St J lacfossffomByron sSe,,,ceSt.t;on Hours: 10 to 4 Mod.-Fri. / 10-2 Saturday Other Times By Appointment FOR MEN / WOMEN / CHILDREN Buy Direct, And Save! no/or/ 1 I "l Suggested l[il l[ RetaliPrices [[i[ I andmere 'jf_ 00t,Y wttm, .ow m,, x.,s' .00. T,, s F,,, S,,, r,,s 0. SATURDAY. VISA M"TERCAR" --EXAMPLES-- FACTORY KITCHEN WORKCENTERS PRICED 18X36-----RETAIL 1180.60 .................. $80.00 24X$--RETAIL 11200.00 .................. $99.00 STOOLS---YOUR CHOICE-, .............. $35.00 BUTCHER BLOCK TABLES 30X60---RETAIL-4302.40 ................ $149.00 42 ROUND RETAIL-4312.00 ............ $156.00 BUTCHER BLOCK CUTTING BOARDS ... $5.00 OOPELAND Pierson Industrial Park Rt. 25 Bradford, Vt. 05033 (802) 222.4771 If he means a lot to you, but you're not quite sure how to tell him, let Speidel say it for you- on an ldent. You can choose from dozens of styles, and your special message can make it one ofakind. So come in today  . I_ll and put your feelings into words. Speidel Idcnts From $7.95 Available at Quality Jewelers Since 1923 Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 747 2 ii:i:i!;?!i 6RADFORD NATIONAL BANK 222-5231 Falrfee 313-4379 Thetford 785-2112 Newbury 866-5672 Nov. 26th, 27th, 29th save 3000'to 50 "/' super collection of missie blouses, shirts, tops that regularly sell $18 to $34 sale to s25 Always the pleasing gift ,., doz- ens of styles and colors Sizes 8 to 18 and some small-medium- large, Dressy, casual, and co reer working styles. love to S0% on our nylon and cotton briefs, hip-hUggers, and bikini 'panties regular to S250 sale 2 pr. $5 Perfecf cjift idea! A drawer full of he favorite panties. Solids and prints i sizes for ever, Just say ... CHARGE IT! Christmas GIFT Box Wrap SAVINGS 2o',.,o 5o',.o, save wonderful gift pleasing collection of soft brushed gowns and rich velour robes sale $18 to S34 Our Regular $18 to 113. Sizes petite, small, medium. large n soft brushed nylon with fancy k.]ce and ribbon trim, Long velvety velour robes n wrap and zip-top styles Plenty of fldttering cot- ors save 20",o 40 related separates! skirts, blazers, slacks, in wools and wool blends. Quality Plus! sale q9 to Our Regular $28 to $84. Sizes 8 to 18 and 5 to 15, Tweeds. solids. herringbones. and more / save to 38% on fine leather quality handbags, six styles regular $30 to $68 sale s24 to $54 save 20% to 40% super group of small nylon small leathers regular S7 to SPa sale $4 to s23 Quahty and selection in rich leather colors of wine, brown, black, and navy. Plenty of sizes and shapes for her perfect gift! €OIIVEIIIEIIT $NOPPII Main Street HANOVER, N,H, Phone 643-3109 Open daily 9 to 5 Choose o favorite style in soft nylon folds, small clutch and assorted wal- lets Soft leathers, nylon, and fabric• Main Street BRADFORD, VT. Phone 222-9012 Open daily 9 tO 5, Fri. 'til B p.m. save 20% to 30% our best selling suede & leather gloves regular SIO to $27 sale *8 to $22 COld weather is with Us and everyone appreoates a warm gift Choose from fleece lined to removable knit liners, Eaht colors. WN NEWS [LVER nllaL Katharine Blaisdeil On Nov. 17, fifteen members t I 787-6315 and guests of the North Haverhill Girls' Club met at Dellinger came up Ed, Kay, Marilyn and the home of Linda Morrow at sncestown, N.H. to Kenny Blaisdell and Vickey Mountain Lakes. Karolee mother out for a Tatro went to Charlestown Henson won the mystery luncheon last Thursday evening for an 80th package. On committee with birthday party for Kay's Linda was Evelyn Stoddard. Anderson hosted the mother, Martha Frizzell. Several North Haverhill party. Erema On Nov. 15 the Woodsville seniors greatly enjoyed the first place, Pat Progressive Club met at the Thanksgiving dinner given for was second and Monteau Ski Lodge at them last Sunday by the Dunkley held low Mountain Lakes with 24 American Legion at the Ross- members and guests present. Wood Hall in Woodsville. t aursday 30 members Following the business Bob-O-Link ts of AARP met for a meeting an interesting and 4-H Club at the VFW informative talk on "Women by Cathy Berube, Reporter the business and Investments" was given The Bob-O-Link 4-H Club Laurel Lyons by Judith Kendall of Robert C. recently held election of of_ the group about CarT & Co., St. Johnsbury. In ricers. The new officers are: for the aging, the scholarship raffle the President-- Karla-Mari Lane, members packed turkey was won by Robert Vice President-- Joan boxes for 30 Halley of N. Haverhill, and the Aldrich, Secretary-- Janet and elderly. They ham by Linda Maccini of Thompson, Treasurer-- r. The Woodsville. On committee for Bernadette Demers, Miller, Katrina Clark, Heather Olsen, Becky Keniston, Karen Keniston, Jennie Verratti and Pam Reed. Beth Miller placed 2nd in the beginners group. Pam Reed placed 3rd in the in- termediate division. Our club recently attended the arts and crafts workshop in Monroe. Karla Lane and Janet Thompson led a workshop in making pom- pores. Achievement night was held on Oct. 29. Ed and Kay Blaisdell showed slides on their trip to Africa. At County Roundup on Nov. 13 our members received many awards. Katrina Clark and Julie Anderson par- ticipated in the poster contest. Julie received first prize in the novice division. Karla Lane, Becky Keniston and Nicole End received county medals in fashion review. Janet Thompson received a county medal in leadership. Our club received the November 24, 1982-The Journal Oplnion-Page 3 We have invited the Little Thompson recently attended Oxbow 4-H Club to join us at an officers' training PiFaaOlT  RobElder the Roller Derby on Dec, 4 for workshop.  an evening of roller skating. The new junior leaders 67th Anniversary Cathy Berube, Karla Lane, received their junior leader Mr. and Mrs. Emil Proshek Heather Olsen and Janet badges at the meeting on Nov. are celebrating their 67th C()RINI'ti This community was sad- dened to hear of the death of Jennie Lou Williams, wife of Rev. Paul Williams, who was pastor at the Center Church from 1963 to 1970. For the past several years the family has been living in Stahlstown, Pa. Sympathy is extended to Rev. Williams and his daughters, Martha, Linda and Doris. Mr. and Mrs. Charles White of Barre are the proud parents of a son, Elijah Dustin, born Nov. 10 at Central Vermont Hospital. Their little daughter Elizabeth spent part of last week vith her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dustin White and great-grandmother Mrs. Olive White. 20. wedding anniversary this Eleanor Burroughs Tuesday Nov. 23. Emil and .13.9-5547 Emma Preshek were married swept Acres have been Nita in Toldeo, Ohio in 1915, at the Tohin of Randolph; Elsie ages of 23 and 22 respectively. Davis, Carrie Martin and Mrs. Proshek explains, Margaret Pratt all of Brad- "that when I decided to get ford; Larry and Carolyn married, 1 got married." Pillsbury and Stephen Weinert Later she adds, "It works of Williston; Fay Davis, Jr., because we are Christians, we and Don Mullen of Man-believe in marriage." Mr. chester, Conn. ; Fay Davis Ill Proshek agrees saying, "We of Enfield, and friend Jerry of live as one person as the Bible Manchester, Conn.; Lee saysit." Kempton of ThompsonVille, The most satisfying things Conn.; John Prendegart of in their life are the time they North Attleboro, Mass.; Eddie spend together, living with OuiletteofWilamatic, Conn. their family, and their memories. The Prosbeks have NOTICE you mlgnt start early by 272-4953 marking off the January 16th lived the last few year& i)a Library Open House. For Piermont with their daughr those who are looking for a and son-in-law Helen and quiet spot between Freemont Ritchie. Thanksgiving and New Years, Library stop by. The Library invites you to Social Notes come in to see the Florence Robbins has Thanksgiving bulletin boards returned home this past week done by Shirley Gould. So you and hopefully will be staying may find all the newest of for awhile. books, Marion Shields con- Helen and Freemont Ritchie tinues to keep up to date attended the Royal organizing the Dewey Agricultural Winter Fair in Decimal File. Betsy Eaton has Toronto for four days this past begun working with the 3rd week. The fair is the most and 4th Grade on "How to prestigious agriculturalfairin Make a Book". the Hemisphere. The Ritchies If one of your New Year's saw the World Cup Horse resolutions is to vlan ahead, please turn to page 9 OOPELAND BUTONER BLOOK FURNITURE Come Visit Our Factory, 16 meeting will be the meeting were Tina Ben- rt h . . . Repo er-- Cat y Berube, achievement bowl. Karla W. Corinth dinner at 6"00 p m, nett, Phylhs Daws, Rosemary • • • . .... Photographer-- Heather • • Katie Kramer was in Lane was the reczpmnt of the ...... t.Warner's Gallery. Hall, Lucflle ptcer and rat v.o..,nlo- .........._mt,,;o- ,,,-,. "I Dare You" award rorwmn anu m hanover, N.H. lttee were Mary Trevithick. Members are CP .... T . . ".".]'" '. ........  .......... " OnRecent business visitors last Thursday. at helma Wilson and reminded that the December .m,. ¢.,u..,,,; ..... ,=.. Wind- ._)Vlartha Fagnant meeting l.s changed participated in the Grafton to Mon- Yamry pacgage, clay, Dec. ,. County garden program. Beth ,'u,,:,,Zrn--° McKee ds 00uilty f Fai on two counts o dee, 67 0rSVILLE_ Recent rer3ill District Court  by Justice Karl T. er include: Kathleen lnson of Groton was gUilty of two counts of to answer a court orts. She fined $50. was enalty assessment of 0 ad received a con- 0 .discharge upon t of the fine and one Ood behavior. it findin came as the a a complaint issued by 'verhill Police that she to answer a summons Pear in Haverhill Court. amous originally was t by unauthorized H. Woods of Bath was found guilty of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer in that he did pur- posely obtain a chain saw the property of George Woods, also of Bath, with the purpose to deprive• He was fined $100, plus a penalty assessment of $10. He was also ordered to seek counselling at the White Mountain Mental Health Center, and restitution will he paid as recommended by the probation department. Woods was also found guilty of theft by unauthorized taking in that he did purposely take a white leather handbag, the property of Beverly K. Woods with the purpose to deprive her of the property. He was fined $100. plus a $10. penalty assessment and or- dered to serve one year probation. He must also seek counselling at the White Mountain Mental Health Center. On a Monday session, Nov. 15, Robert A. Wilson of Con- cord, was found guilty of reckless driving and was fined $100. plus a penalty assessment of $10. He also lost his driver's license for 60 days. The complaint against him indicated Wilson did recklessly operate his Ford Mustang, by placing lives of a group of firefighters in E. Haverhill in danger, in that he operated his car at an unreasonable speed, due to the crowded conditions FAIRLEE-- Frances McKee, 67, died Nov. 18 at Cottage Hospital after a long illness. She was born in Orford, N.H., on April 8, 1915 and resided in Fairlee, for several years. She is survived by a son, William McKee of Orford, N.H.; three daughters, Ethyl Roy of Bath, Lois Rouell of Vershire, and Ruth Grimes of Albany; a brother, Lester Fcote of Littleton; a sister, Emma .Horton of Orford; seven grandchildren; one step-grandchild; four great- grandchildren; and one step great-grandson. Funeral services were Saturday afternoon at the Orfordville Church. Burial was in the Orford West Cemetery. Put Your Feelings Into Words : Illll 3 DAYS ONLY! Fri.-Sat.-Mon. : L- -- !-' MINI MART-DELl & BOTTLE CENTER BRADFORD. VERMONT , (802) 222-4701 Will Be Open All Day Thanksgiving 9:00 am to 9:00 pm• FOOT PROBLEMS? If you have foot problems and need special shoes, lions from doctor, or any other problem with shoes, come In and see me or call I potntment anytime 141.2903 or my home 14|.1F|91. DEAN C. REED DEAN'S SHOE STORE 1 Po'tiaO'l St J lacfossffomByron sSe,,,ceSt.t;on Hours: 10 to 4 Mod.-Fri. / 10-2 Saturday Other Times By Appointment FOR MEN / WOMEN / CHILDREN Buy Direct, And Save! no/or/ 1 I "l Suggested l[il l[ RetaliPrices [[i[ I andmere 'jf_ 00t,Y wttm, .ow m,, x.,s' .00. T,, s F,,, S,,, r,,s 0. SATURDAY. VISA M"TERCAR" --EXAMPLES-- FACTORY KITCHEN WORKCENTERS PRICED 18X36-----RETAIL 1180.60 .................. $80.00 24X$--RETAIL 11200.00 .................. $99.00 STOOLS---YOUR CHOICE-, .............. $35.00 BUTCHER BLOCK TABLES 30X60---RETAIL-4302.40 ................ $149.00 42 ROUND RETAIL-4312.00 ............ $156.00 BUTCHER BLOCK CUTTING BOARDS ... $5.00 OOPELAND Pierson Industrial Park Rt. 25 Bradford, Vt. 05033 (802) 222.4771 If he means a lot to you, but you're not quite sure how to tell him, let Speidel say it for you- on an ldent. You can choose from dozens of styles, and your special message can make it one ofakind. So come in today  . I_ll and put your feelings into words. Speidel Idcnts From $7.95 Available at Quality Jewelers Since 1923 Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 747 2 ii:i:i!;?!i 6RADFORD NATIONAL BANK 222-5231 Falrfee 313-4379 Thetford 785-2112 Newbury 866-5672 Nov. 26th, 27th, 29th save 3000'to 50 "/' super collection of missie blouses, shirts, tops that regularly sell $18 to $34 sale to s25 Always the pleasing gift ,., doz- ens of styles and colors Sizes 8 to 18 and some small-medium- large, Dressy, casual, and co reer working styles. love to S0% on our nylon and cotton briefs, hip-hUggers, and bikini 'panties regular to S250 sale 2 pr. $5 Perfecf cjift idea! A drawer full of he favorite panties. Solids and prints i sizes for ever, Just say ... CHARGE IT! Christmas GIFT Box Wrap SAVINGS 2o',.,o 5o',.o, save wonderful gift pleasing collection of soft brushed gowns and rich velour robes sale $18 to S34 Our Regular $18 to 113. Sizes petite, small, medium. large n soft brushed nylon with fancy k.]ce and ribbon trim, Long velvety velour robes n wrap and zip-top styles Plenty of fldttering cot- ors save 20",o 40 related separates! skirts, blazers, slacks, in wools and wool blends. Quality Plus! sale q9 to Our Regular $28 to $84. Sizes 8 to 18 and 5 to 15, Tweeds. solids. herringbones. and more / save to 38% on fine leather quality handbags, six styles regular $30 to $68 sale s24 to $54 save 20% to 40% super group of small nylon small leathers regular S7 to SPa sale $4 to s23 Quahty and selection in rich leather colors of wine, brown, black, and navy. Plenty of sizes and shapes for her perfect gift! €OIIVEIIIEIIT $NOPPII Main Street HANOVER, N,H, Phone 643-3109 Open daily 9 to 5 Choose o favorite style in soft nylon folds, small clutch and assorted wal- lets Soft leathers, nylon, and fabric• Main Street BRADFORD, VT. Phone 222-9012 Open daily 9 tO 5, Fri. 'til B p.m. save 20% to 30% our best selling suede & leather gloves regular SIO to $27 sale *8 to $22 COld weather is with Us and everyone appreoates a warm gift Choose from fleece lined to removable knit liners, Eaht colors.