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November 22, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 s. 00WBUnY-- ontinued from page 3 Sardar Thanhauser is very and a Royal busy building his Mill House Mounted Police on the site of the old one that Riding Troop. Both burned many years ago. It will spectacularly the be smaller• This is for the former Paye Dam in Happy Jasper Putnam Hollow. a Holstein tour Bishop Hooker has received the week. news of the birth of a new Underhill nephew, John Parker V, in had an early Barre in October. Last week dinner with he returned from visiting sister Miriam and Johnson and Wales College in e in Dover on Providence, R.I. and meeting with parishioners. son David Scott Haradon, Joyce the New Hampshire Putnam, Tim and Ryan Grow Meeting. Roe and Jewel Whitman were of North Haverhill participants from Oxbow in L the Mary Lee Ware the Winooski Valley Festival his outstanding held at Plumley Armory, Norwich University, Friday a real help to many evening. in thearea. Selenda Grow and Isabel Whitney attended the annual Smith Lecture, sponsored by Mills and Book Four Autographing Sessions with Katharine Blaisdell Woodsville Library, Man., Nov. 29 7-7:30 New bury Library, Tues., Nov. 30 3-3:30 No. Haverhill Library, Wed., Dec. 8 2-2:30 See next week's Second Opinion for coupon to order Book 4 and renew your subscription to the Journal Opinion. GRAFTON MOTORS NOW... NEW-SIZE FORD RANGER! BUILT LIKE THE BIG ONES " 'ES LIKE TH ONESI I will demonstrate making silk at Sleepers Meadow Cabins, Brad ford Virginia Bedell The program chairman was flowers and Christmas have not had much luck deer HH 439-5720 Helen Chapman who had as decorations. The Woman's hunting. Nor had .lames nice to have Christmas lights her guest Dr_ Wil!ia,m Club-sponsored wreath- Pickering, who stayed with The Friendship Club un for the North Country Mosenthal. Dr. Mosentlmls making workshop last Wed- Isabel Whitney last weekend. There were 55 membersand - " i " • • top c was Medical Mrs- • Concert on Nov. 30. It was ...... nesday at the Vestry was He returns after guests present for the Nov. 11 voted to put thellghts" up, even. noventures.. . ann. ,we were attended by 17 people and Thanksgiving. meeting. The Supper Corn- thouuh it was earl" and turn #treated to me most numorous mittee, who worked so hard to - Y' ' hour anyone could imagine. each one made a lovely Tim Grow and three other put together a delicious them on for the one night. wreath. Selenda Grow, students are planning a potluck supper, were Bodie Mim reminded us to bring The Supper Committee for Melanie Cole and Virginia Saturday afternoon study and Bobbi Mosenthal, their gifts for our Christmas party December is Dot and Bud Cole, Anita Bean, Tom Kelly Smith represented S. session at Baker Memorial Dec. 9. It was also voted to Library, researching French donate to the FAST squad, Melanie Cole has been laid 19th Century Literature. C'est same as last year. A money box will be available for your Russell who is noted for her Newbury. daughter Bambi, Louise and Helen Davis. Our Hutchinson, Mim Hickcox, program chairman is Mary Peg Johnston and Charles auditorium filled to capacity, up Thursday and Friday with La Vie. Zwicker. Maarten and Mary Jane Christmas prngrams. Smit attended a conference LOST--$10. reward for the bronchitis. President Mira Hickcox donations. The Nemes Brothers from for English Teachers in return of a blue and gray called the meeting to order LR[=['[Ik[0]-i[[ '-O-O "11 running jacket (Sub 4) Boston. who have been staving and welcomed everyone. Washington, D.C. this removed while jogging on NOCEOFHLMIING Praboto Court for the District of Bradford weekend, leaving competent Rt. 5 near Mallary Farm on [˘','q?( l''li'=h, Under new business Katrina 0NAU0WAMa0,Wat by Dartmouth Notional Sank, with o _* Munn mentioned it would he STATEOF VERMONT petitian rtquestin 0 Probota thareof. housekeepers, Heidi, Greg September 24. Please call TOWN OF BRADFOSD IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Wibm lL Tha hearing theroan hes bean and Remi. collect from 8:30 a.m. at 617- lUDmlm, VEIMONT 05055 Applkation for o conditional use permit • If [a I1: [0]l J [q  Ilmmqs scheduled for the 6th do? of December, Water problems in many 848-2350, Ext. 323. After 6 NOnEEOFflIRIN6 mode by Diane 8orbertooperofoosacond ' IOBATE COURT FOR THE 1982 at 1:30 p.m at the Prabote Court, places! The Shaugers have p.m. call collect 617-848-5938. Thero will be o public hearing before the hand clothing shop at hor home on DISTRICTOF Derd Wells Rivor, Vormont• You m appear been able to drill a successful IT--II-24--C Zoning Board of Adiustment of thaTownof FoirgroundRoodintherasidantialzona. ESTATE OF GRACE IARE! Ta the heirs of law and ell pc€sam then and there to show cause, ffonĄ you Bradford on Dec. 10, 1982 at 7:30 p.m. in Shirley R. Beresfard, Chair STATE OF VERMONT interestad in tha Estate of Wilson 8. may have, why the said instrumant shod well below their house the conferance roam at Old Bradford Nov. 22, 1982 PrabatoCouct Roberts, lata of Fairlee, in said District, no ba allowed as the Last Will and towards the brook• FOR SALE-- 1976 GMC Academy to consider the following: District of Bredford, ss. deceased: Testament of the deceased. C; per special, 3/ Ton, Toailinterestedbersans: You ore netffil4 that written in- Dotedthis28thdoyofOctaber, 1982. • At the Probate Court in Wells Rivor, on struments dated April 25, 1977 and May Is/Rana N. Vigneou Amos and Esther, Isabel p kuD truck. Good running the 2Oth day of 0ctabor, 1982, on 3, 1980, and purporting ta be theLastWill Judge Whitney's lambs, went off CE ,altion. $850. as is. 802-429- .... | III[t'VA-11iL[I]III[I Iiil=[,]llikl[i]lll[l˘/i authenticated copy of t lost Will and and Testament and First Codicil of said 11/10-17-24 early Saturday morning in Bill 2129. 2T--I 1-29---PD NONCE OF H[ARIN6 ___ :_ -- Tostonumt and the Prohote of Grace Baker decaosed has bn Ixseofnd to the lots af New York, in the County of Now ON ALLOWANCE Of WILL ESTATE OF lvby Jo hflterferd York, in the State of New Yo, deceosnd, STATE OF VERMONT STATE OF VERMONT leaving estate in said district,-duiy proved, .-* I l=l[W':llld[l]lll[q :ll IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE Of ml PROBATE COURT alla.d and astabfished in the Surrogofe's LOST DOG --- Wedsch DISTRICT OF Bradford, ss. Court for the County and State aforesaid, STATE OF VERMONT PROBATE COURT FOR THE To all interested persons: s prasanted to this Court, ngrmblo to NOTICE TO CREDITORS DISTRICT OF Bradford WHEREAS, said Court has assigned the the stofuto in such cases. DISTRICT Of Bradford, SS. To the heirs at low and oll persons 20th day of December next, for examining And it is ordered by said Court that the To the Creditors of the Estate of Lea interested in the Estate of Anna Wenisch, and allowing the uccount of the 6thday of December, 1982, at the Prabofe Lands late of Thetford, Vermont, late of Corinth, in said Oistrict, decoused: AdministrotoroftheEstofeofseidRubyJo Court in Wells River, Of 10:00 o'clock in LOST IN FAIRLEE AREA, 3 YEAR OLD deceased. You ore notified that o witton in- Rutherford, late of Nowbury, Vermont, and the foranoan, be assigned for all persons Woodrow 81ondin, Jr. and Dorothy strumant dated April 30, 1965, and for o decree of the residue of said Estofa ta interastad : appear and contest the Blandin of West Foirlee, Vermont 05083 purporting to be the Lost Will and the lawful claimants of the some, and ollowence such instrument, and the GOLDEN LAB, BROWN COLLAR WITH hereby stotos that they hove been op- tostoment of said deceased bus bean ordered that public notico thereof be givan prabote taof,  they s, cous.; and NEW YORK STATE TAG. puintod personal representatives of the presonted to the Probate Court for the tO oil persons interested in said Estate by thof notice thereof be givon by publishing above estate. All creditors hevin 9 claims District of Bradford  Werner J. Wenisch, publishing this order three weeks suc- this order threo weeks successively in the against the above estate ore required to with a petition requesting Probate thereof, cessively, previous to the day assigned, in Jeenl Oldnlen, o newspaper published in present the claim in writin 9 within four The hearing theeeon has been the JourmlOIddononewspoperpublished said District, pravious to the time alp CALL 802 333 9660 months after the date of the first scheduled for the Twentieth day of ot Bradford in said District, pointad. " " publication hereof to the above personal December, 1982 at 11:30 A.M. at the THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to Thecofore, you oro horeby nofif'Bd to representative at the above address or to Prabato Court, Wells River, Vermont. You appear at the Probate Office in Wells River Oleor bofore mid Court, at the time and the Register of the Probate Court at Wells mrf appear then and there to show cause, at 11:00 o'clock in the forenoon, the and paca aforesaid, and contest the ailowor˘o River, Vermont, or said claim will be if any you may have, why the said in- there to contest the allowance of said of the said instrument and the probofo forever barred, strument should nat be allowed as the Last account if you see cause, and to establish thereof, if you hava couso. Dated at Vershire this 8th day of Nov. Will and Testomerrt of the deceased, your right as heirs, legoteas and lawful GIv Uedor My No.a, 1982. Dated this 16th day of November,- claionts to said residue. Of WollsRivorinsaldDistrict, AUCTION Woodrow 8landin 1982. GIVEN UNDE8 MY IMND, this 27th day of October, 1982. Dorothy Blandin / s/Rein N. Vlleea this 9th day of November, 1982. / s/Rang N. Vigneou Pol hpremtetlves Judle /sl Rena N. Vigneou Judge 11/24-12/1-8 11/24-12/1-8 Judle 11/10-17-24 11124-I 21 I-8 BANKRUPTCY SALE NO. BK82-JS2 iiinmlnllllllllnlllllll 00VACUUM CLEANEB  OF INDUSTRYWIDE SERVICE, INC. AUCTION . DESK--F, UN00CA,.NETS ! 4 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE OFFICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES AT PUBLIC AUCTION Ceil Joe DePalo 1.603-448-$787 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1982 As I am discontinuing farming, I will sell the AT I0:00A.M. SALFS g SERVICE BAGS & SUPPttES. following, at my farm, located 3 miles north of Ran- LEBANON, N.H. dolph, Vt. on Rt. 12. Watch for Auction signs. 265 MECHANIC ST. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 26 TAKE EXIT 19 OFF 1-89 STARTING AT 10:30 A.M. Sharp WATCH FOR AUCTION SIGNS 53 IIEAD HOLSTEINS We have been commissioned by the Esquire Truste --1 JERSEY bankruptcy, Brian F. McCaffrey, to sell all of the; Cattle consisting of: 2 fresh in Aug., 3 fresh in Oct., 1 following office equipmeflt, first to be offered in itsl FOR ANNOYING due Nov., 2 due Dec., 1 due Jan•, 4 due Feb., 2 open I entirity, then piece by piece, which ever way it brin COU00 AND heifiers, 7 yearlings, 8 started calves, 6 steers. Balance the most is the way it will be sold. I  NOSE are cows in all stages of lactation. OFFICE EQUIPMENT Cattle T.B., Blood tested, checked for pregnancy and 2 Wooden executive desk -- 6 Metal formica top knee innoculated for shipping fever. Anyone wishing to buy hole desk -- Secretary desk -- 2 Small formica top desk IIAMINIC-DW cows plan to attend this sale. -- 7, 4 dr. metal file cabinets -- Conference table -- 3 COH FORMULA FARM MACHINERY Formica top office tables -- Sharp copier -- IBM 2- 730 Case diesel tractors, one has cab & loader, N.H. Selectric II self car. typewriter -- Sev. swival arm Super 717 chopper w- 2 row corn & grass heads, N.H. office chairs -- Secretary chairs-- 11, Naugahyde arm ;c 1982 D .... y Laboratories. Division of flail chopper, 3 yr. old Badger forage wagon w- 8 T. Sandoz. Inc. Lincoln. Nebraska 68501 stack chairs -- Storage cabinet -- Sharp calculators -- running gear, Kasten forage wagon w- 10T. running Dictaphone--Refrigerator- Radio & Cassette pla ..... gear, Int. 3 pt. hitch 2 row corn planter, 3 pt. hitch I--Coat rack- Pictures- metal order holders -  s  -""".˘-'". fertilizer spreader, 3 pt. hitch scraper blade, 4 wheel many other items. Card Of Thanks wagon, 40ft. solid bottom elevator w- new chain, water Positive sale -- gale by order of Brian F. McCaffrey, tub, Canadian tractor chains, Starline 180 bu. tank Esquire trustee of Kenyon &McCafirey, Exeter, N.H. • spreader, Brock 12 t. grain bin, AC baler PTO, 3.D. ALSO AT THIS SAME SALE .. ,  . , 1207 haybine, Lily Branch tedder, Ford 4 bottom plow, WE WILL BE SELLING FORE The family of G. Haroi Sinclair , to thank Ford 513 gide rake, bale buncher, Patz gutter cleaner 1 OWNER NEW OFFICE EQUIPMENT yr. old, w- 200 ft. chain; Creamery Package 375 gal. & SUPPLIES our many friends and neighbors for the cards, bulk tank, Alamo 40+ milker pump, vac. dumping Some lightly damaged. To be sold piece by piece to the flowers, food and help we received during our station w-washer dryer & releaser, 3 Universal highest bidder. Both of these sales have been moved toi time of our loss of a brother and uncle. We wish milkers, 2 barn fans, 2 water pumps, defogger, l above location for convenience of sale. chainsaw, 230 amp. welder, 5 gal. of Bladex 4L, some Metal knee hole desk -- Filing cabinets -- Chairs to thank Doctor and Mrs. Leon Fay for their help seed corn. disc file -- Card files --Roll-about metal and assistance. Also for Pastor Bill Wick for his CROPS i files -- Bookcases -- Copier stands -- Swingline 6300 Approx. 1500 bales of rowen, Approx. 1200 bales of f paper feed -- Blackboards -- Cases of manilla en- special way of helping, hay, Approx. 500 T. of corn in bunker, plus 60 loads of ) velopes in all sizes --Steno books -- Labels --Scales --1 God Bless You All grass in same bunker. Stacking 10 dr. card file and many other items. Mr. & Mrs. Frank Sinclair TERMS CASll OR GOOD CHECK Positive sale -- Terms cash or a letter from your bank LUNCH ON GROUNDS guaranteeing your check. Sale under the regret, of and family OWNER: GEORGE KENDALL, RANDOLPH, VT. Barber Sales, Inc. Lebanon, N.H. Tel: 603-448-3366. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fisk AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC., EAST AUCTIONEERS: J.W. BARBER AND LARRY GRAY. andfamily THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 or 785-2161. R. & R. LIC. NO.:N.H. 2103--VT. 8--ME.00115. :- -.- ,-,., u_ "e "" LUSS! ER, LYNDONVILLE, VT. 626-5448. 1983 Ford Ranger XL IEW CONCEPT IN is here! It's the new-sze, high- ge pickup from Ford. Compact on surprisingly .paoous reside. bench seat offers room for And Ranger's built with proven design features. [ADOUARTERS" WITH ALL THESE BUILT- FORD-TOUGH FEATURES • DOUBLE'JALL CONSTRUCTION in the roof, hood, doors, pickup box sides and tailgate. • TWIN-IEAM FRONT SUSPENSION, Each front wheel has its own steel I-beam and big coil spring to step over bumps independently. • HIGH PAYLOAD CPACITY. Ranger is built with a tough ladder-type frame, Optional payload capacity is over 1,600 lbsl BUSINESS DIRECTOR00' GRAFTON MOTOR SALES, INC. Route 302, Woodsville, N.H. Tel. (603) 747-3324 lsabeIWhitney Burrough's pickup. They 866-5675 looked very confused at being breakfastless -- but worse the Vermont Library was tocome! Association to celebrate The December meeting of Children's Book Week last the Newbury Woman's Club Tuesday. The lecture, given at will be held at the Bailey Club the Pavillion in Montpelier by at 7:30 Wednesday, Dec. 1. E. Konigsburg, author of 1968 Linda Kulikowski of Bradford Newbury Award-winning "From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler", was extremely witty and the BAI(00 NG THIS SPA CE FOR RENT 13 Weeks $30 '00avings edank FDIcMember Woodsville/Piermont/Warrenl & Monroe, N.H. Mon. thru Thurs. 8 - 5 Mon, & Wed. g - 4 Fri. 8-5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 " 12 9 " 12 Equal Hous,nq Lender NEW NEW & USED & USED CAR TRUCK SALES SALES EXPERT CaM - BODY PLETE WORK SERVICE Zgrc00d • ,- .. 802-866-5$94 • Breads, Bagels, Chollah, Etc. Mode In My Home And Delivered To Area Stores From Hanover, NH To Newbury, Vt. ltlUlJllllJllnnunnlllnnuuuuulitlnlllfllnlnllUllnlnlnllnnnnlllllllllllJJlnllUl| IIIIII mlmllllll IIIII r RICHARD HASTINGS ! ............... BUILPER ................................ 1 RESIDENTIAL l COMMERCIAl, BUILDING Z Bradford, Vt. (802) 222-9049 |H IT PAYS TO .... ,,, ,, 0_ SMALL ADVERTISE alr#L00 WB,,BIIq ENGINES 00,]00LrJ[=Bd:il No. Haverhill, N.H. 787-6770 IN THE I ig FUN I 3HAIN SAW CENTER ot the Connecticut Valley SECOND J l SALES-SERVICE-PARTS OPINION MUSIC lonsereds-Sachs/Dolmar-Partner-Husqvarna- CENTER t,•1" ,::\\; ('ohmial Plaall I West I.ebanon, Nil I IF YOU BOOZE IT YOU'LL LOSE IT N.H. Highway Sae Agency i LUCIEN L. BOURBEAU Insurance Agency (802) 333-9224 Main St. Fairtee, Vt. WeT/Insure your Li]e Heo/th Home Auto :ar i)s Or sin9 A Te Office For A Oore - No Obtiga*on 298-8939 -- Wurlitzer ,- Pianos & Organs -- Story & clark Pianos -- Aeolian Player Pianos -- ( Large & Mini) 1 --Melodigrand Pianos / l,owery -- Organ Pianos -- Ilammond Organs ! -- Itohner Harmonicas I --Diatonicq Accordions 2 .-- Suzm:hi Omnichm-ds Yamaha Portable Key Boards with Rhythms and 760 + Titles f Sheet Music : Piano Rolls Gifts Organ Lessons Lawn and Garden Wheel Horse-Jacobsen iiiii i i i[[ i iii  i'll i ! ) Huntington Construction, IIt'N'I'IN(;'I'I)N II()MI-:S--FII % .%1'1 IH)VEI) HI .let. 5 & 25 Bradford, Vermont I:ree eMilnates on Iotll|dations, el)tic '3Mem, ex- t'a,alion. (h'ivea),,, dtlR eli, road',, g|'a,el atHi hHIIl|, ('a]]; (802) 222-170:' . November 22, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 s. 00WBUnY-- ontinued from page 3 Sardar Thanhauser is very and a Royal busy building his Mill House Mounted Police on the site of the old one that Riding Troop. Both burned many years ago. It will spectacularly the be smaller• This is for the former Paye Dam in Happy Jasper Putnam Hollow. a Holstein tour Bishop Hooker has received the week. news of the birth of a new Underhill nephew, John Parker V, in had an early Barre in October. Last week dinner with he returned from visiting sister Miriam and Johnson and Wales College in e in Dover on Providence, R.I. and meeting with parishioners. son David Scott Haradon, Joyce the New Hampshire Putnam, Tim and Ryan Grow Meeting. Roe and Jewel Whitman were of North Haverhill participants from Oxbow in L the Mary Lee Ware the Winooski Valley Festival his outstanding held at Plumley Armory, Norwich University, Friday a real help to many evening. in thearea. Selenda Grow and Isabel Whitney attended the annual Smith Lecture, sponsored by Mills and Book Four Autographing Sessions with Katharine Blaisdell Woodsville Library, Man., Nov. 29 7-7:30 New bury Library, Tues., Nov. 30 3-3:30 No. Haverhill Library, Wed., Dec. 8 2-2:30 See next week's Second Opinion for coupon to order Book 4 and renew your subscription to the Journal Opinion. GRAFTON MOTORS NOW... NEW-SIZE FORD RANGER! BUILT LIKE THE BIG ONES " 'ES LIKE TH ONESI I will demonstrate making silk at Sleepers Meadow Cabins, Brad ford Virginia Bedell The program chairman was flowers and Christmas have not had much luck deer HH 439-5720 Helen Chapman who had as decorations. The Woman's hunting. Nor had .lames nice to have Christmas lights her guest Dr_ Wil!ia,m Club-sponsored wreath- Pickering, who stayed with The Friendship Club un for the North Country Mosenthal. Dr. Mosentlmls making workshop last Wed- Isabel Whitney last weekend. There were 55 membersand - " i " • • top c was Medical Mrs- • Concert on Nov. 30. It was ...... nesday at the Vestry was He returns after guests present for the Nov. 11 voted to put thellghts" up, even. noventures.. . ann. ,we were attended by 17 people and Thanksgiving. meeting. The Supper Corn- thouuh it was earl" and turn #treated to me most numorous mittee, who worked so hard to - Y' ' hour anyone could imagine. each one made a lovely Tim Grow and three other put together a delicious them on for the one night. wreath. Selenda Grow, students are planning a potluck supper, were Bodie Mim reminded us to bring The Supper Committee for Melanie Cole and Virginia Saturday afternoon study and Bobbi Mosenthal, their gifts for our Christmas party December is Dot and Bud Cole, Anita Bean, Tom Kelly Smith represented S. session at Baker Memorial Dec. 9. It was also voted to Library, researching French donate to the FAST squad, Melanie Cole has been laid 19th Century Literature. C'est same as last year. A money box will be available for your Russell who is noted for her Newbury. daughter Bambi, Louise and Helen Davis. Our Hutchinson, Mim Hickcox, program chairman is Mary Peg Johnston and Charles auditorium filled to capacity, up Thursday and Friday with La Vie. Zwicker. Maarten and Mary Jane Christmas prngrams. Smit attended a conference LOST--$10. reward for the bronchitis. President Mira Hickcox donations. The Nemes Brothers from for English Teachers in return of a blue and gray called the meeting to order LR[=['[Ik[0]-i[[ '-O-O "11 running jacket (Sub 4) Boston. who have been staving and welcomed everyone. Washington, D.C. this removed while jogging on NOCEOFHLMIING Praboto Court for the District of Bradford weekend, leaving competent Rt. 5 near Mallary Farm on [˘','q?( l''li'=h, Under new business Katrina 0NAU0WAMa0,Wat by Dartmouth Notional Sank, with o _* Munn mentioned it would he STATEOF VERMONT petitian rtquestin 0 Probota thareof. housekeepers, Heidi, Greg September 24. Please call TOWN OF BRADFOSD IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Wibm lL Tha hearing theroan hes bean and Remi. collect from 8:30 a.m. at 617- lUDmlm, VEIMONT 05055 Applkation for o conditional use permit • If [a I1: [0]l J [q  Ilmmqs scheduled for the 6th do? of December, Water problems in many 848-2350, Ext. 323. After 6 NOnEEOFflIRIN6 mode by Diane 8orbertooperofoosacond ' IOBATE COURT FOR THE 1982 at 1:30 p.m at the Prabote Court, places! The Shaugers have p.m. call collect 617-848-5938. Thero will be o public hearing before the hand clothing shop at hor home on DISTRICTOF Derd Wells Rivor, Vormont• You m appear been able to drill a successful IT--II-24--C Zoning Board of Adiustment of thaTownof FoirgroundRoodintherasidantialzona. ESTATE OF GRACE IARE! Ta the heirs of law and ell pc€sam then and there to show cause, ffonĄ you Bradford on Dec. 10, 1982 at 7:30 p.m. in Shirley R. Beresfard, Chair STATE OF VERMONT interestad in tha Estate of Wilson 8. may have, why the said instrumant shod well below their house the conferance roam at Old Bradford Nov. 22, 1982 PrabatoCouct Roberts, lata of Fairlee, in said District, no ba allowed as the Last Will and towards the brook• FOR SALE-- 1976 GMC Academy to consider the following: District of Bredford, ss. deceased: Testament of the deceased. C; per special, 3/ Ton, Toailinterestedbersans: You ore netffil4 that written in- Dotedthis28thdoyofOctaber, 1982. • At the Probate Court in Wells Rivor, on struments dated April 25, 1977 and May Is/Rana N. Vigneou Amos and Esther, Isabel p kuD truck. Good running the 2Oth day of 0ctabor, 1982, on 3, 1980, and purporting ta be theLastWill Judge Whitney's lambs, went off CE ,altion. $850. as is. 802-429- .... | III[t'VA-11iL[I]III[I Iiil=[,]llikl[i]lll[l˘/i authenticated copy of t lost Will and and Testament and First Codicil of said 11/10-17-24 early Saturday morning in Bill 2129. 2T--I 1-29---PD NONCE OF H[ARIN6 ___ :_ -- Tostonumt and the Prohote of Grace Baker decaosed has bn Ixseofnd to the lots af New York, in the County of Now ON ALLOWANCE Of WILL ESTATE OF lvby Jo hflterferd York, in the State of New Yo, deceosnd, STATE OF VERMONT STATE OF VERMONT leaving estate in said district,-duiy proved, .-* I l=l[W':llld[l]lll[q :ll IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE Of ml PROBATE COURT alla.d and astabfished in the Surrogofe's LOST DOG --- Wedsch DISTRICT OF Bradford, ss. Court for the County and State aforesaid, STATE OF VERMONT PROBATE COURT FOR THE To all interested persons: s prasanted to this Court, ngrmblo to NOTICE TO CREDITORS DISTRICT OF Bradford WHEREAS, said Court has assigned the the stofuto in such cases. DISTRICT Of Bradford, SS. To the heirs at low and oll persons 20th day of December next, for examining And it is ordered by said Court that the To the Creditors of the Estate of Lea interested in the Estate of Anna Wenisch, and allowing the uccount of the 6thday of December, 1982, at the Prabofe Lands late of Thetford, Vermont, late of Corinth, in said Oistrict, decoused: AdministrotoroftheEstofeofseidRubyJo Court in Wells River, Of 10:00 o'clock in LOST IN FAIRLEE AREA, 3 YEAR OLD deceased. You ore notified that o witton in- Rutherford, late of Nowbury, Vermont, and the foranoan, be assigned for all persons Woodrow 81ondin, Jr. and Dorothy strumant dated April 30, 1965, and for o decree of the residue of said Estofa ta interastad : appear and contest the Blandin of West Foirlee, Vermont 05083 purporting to be the Lost Will and the lawful claimants of the some, and ollowence such instrument, and the GOLDEN LAB, BROWN COLLAR WITH hereby stotos that they hove been op- tostoment of said deceased bus bean ordered that public notico thereof be givan prabote taof,  they s, cous.; and NEW YORK STATE TAG. puintod personal representatives of the presonted to the Probate Court for the tO oil persons interested in said Estate by thof notice thereof be givon by publishing above estate. All creditors hevin 9 claims District of Bradford  Werner J. Wenisch, publishing this order three weeks suc- this order threo weeks successively in the against the above estate ore required to with a petition requesting Probate thereof, cessively, previous to the day assigned, in Jeenl Oldnlen, o newspaper published in present the claim in writin 9 within four The hearing theeeon has been the JourmlOIddononewspoperpublished said District, pravious to the time alp CALL 802 333 9660 months after the date of the first scheduled for the Twentieth day of ot Bradford in said District, pointad. " " publication hereof to the above personal December, 1982 at 11:30 A.M. at the THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to Thecofore, you oro horeby nofif'Bd to representative at the above address or to Prabato Court, Wells River, Vermont. You appear at the Probate Office in Wells River Oleor bofore mid Court, at the time and the Register of the Probate Court at Wells mrf appear then and there to show cause, at 11:00 o'clock in the forenoon, the and paca aforesaid, and contest the ailowor˘o River, Vermont, or said claim will be if any you may have, why the said in- there to contest the allowance of said of the said instrument and the probofo forever barred, strument should nat be allowed as the Last account if you see cause, and to establish thereof, if you hava couso. Dated at Vershire this 8th day of Nov. Will and Testomerrt of the deceased, your right as heirs, legoteas and lawful GIv Uedor My No.a, 1982. Dated this 16th day of November,- claionts to said residue. Of WollsRivorinsaldDistrict, AUCTION Woodrow 8landin 1982. GIVEN UNDE8 MY IMND, this 27th day of October, 1982. Dorothy Blandin / s/Rein N. Vlleea this 9th day of November, 1982. / s/Rang N. Vigneou Pol hpremtetlves Judle /sl Rena N. Vigneou Judge 11/24-12/1-8 11/24-12/1-8 Judle 11/10-17-24 11124-I 21 I-8 BANKRUPTCY SALE NO. BK82-JS2 iiinmlnllllllllnlllllll 00VACUUM CLEANEB  OF INDUSTRYWIDE SERVICE, INC. AUCTION . DESK--F, UN00CA,.NETS ! 4 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE OFFICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES AT PUBLIC AUCTION Ceil Joe DePalo 1.603-448-$787 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1982 As I am discontinuing farming, I will sell the AT I0:00A.M. SALFS g SERVICE BAGS & SUPPttES. following, at my farm, located 3 miles north of Ran- LEBANON, N.H. dolph, Vt. on Rt. 12. Watch for Auction signs. 265 MECHANIC ST. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 26 TAKE EXIT 19 OFF 1-89 STARTING AT 10:30 A.M. Sharp WATCH FOR AUCTION SIGNS 53 IIEAD HOLSTEINS We have been commissioned by the Esquire Truste --1 JERSEY bankruptcy, Brian F. McCaffrey, to sell all of the; Cattle consisting of: 2 fresh in Aug., 3 fresh in Oct., 1 following office equipmeflt, first to be offered in itsl FOR ANNOYING due Nov., 2 due Dec., 1 due Jan•, 4 due Feb., 2 open I entirity, then piece by piece, which ever way it brin COU00 AND heifiers, 7 yearlings, 8 started calves, 6 steers. Balance the most is the way it will be sold. I  NOSE are cows in all stages of lactation. OFFICE EQUIPMENT Cattle T.B., Blood tested, checked for pregnancy and 2 Wooden executive desk -- 6 Metal formica top knee innoculated for shipping fever. Anyone wishing to buy hole desk -- Secretary desk -- 2 Small formica top desk IIAMINIC-DW cows plan to attend this sale. -- 7, 4 dr. metal file cabinets -- Conference table -- 3 COH FORMULA FARM MACHINERY Formica top office tables -- Sharp copier -- IBM 2- 730 Case diesel tractors, one has cab & loader, N.H. Selectric II self car. typewriter -- Sev. swival arm Super 717 chopper w- 2 row corn & grass heads, N.H. office chairs -- Secretary chairs-- 11, Naugahyde arm ;c 1982 D .... y Laboratories. Division of flail chopper, 3 yr. old Badger forage wagon w- 8 T. Sandoz. Inc. Lincoln. Nebraska 68501 stack chairs -- Storage cabinet -- Sharp calculators -- running gear, Kasten forage wagon w- 10T. running Dictaphone--Refrigerator- Radio & Cassette pla ..... gear, Int. 3 pt. hitch 2 row corn planter, 3 pt. hitch I--Coat rack- Pictures- metal order holders -  s  -""".˘-'". fertilizer spreader, 3 pt. hitch scraper blade, 4 wheel many other items. Card Of Thanks wagon, 40ft. solid bottom elevator w- new chain, water Positive sale -- gale by order of Brian F. McCaffrey, tub, Canadian tractor chains, Starline 180 bu. tank Esquire trustee of Kenyon &McCafirey, Exeter, N.H. • spreader, Brock 12 t. grain bin, AC baler PTO, 3.D. ALSO AT THIS SAME SALE .. ,  . , 1207 haybine, Lily Branch tedder, Ford 4 bottom plow, WE WILL BE SELLING FORE The family of G. Haroi Sinclair , to thank Ford 513 gide rake, bale buncher, Patz gutter cleaner 1 OWNER NEW OFFICE EQUIPMENT yr. old, w- 200 ft. chain; Creamery Package 375 gal. & SUPPLIES our many friends and neighbors for the cards, bulk tank, Alamo 40+ milker pump, vac. dumping Some lightly damaged. To be sold piece by piece to the flowers, food and help we received during our station w-washer dryer & releaser, 3 Universal highest bidder. Both of these sales have been moved toi time of our loss of a brother and uncle. We wish milkers, 2 barn fans, 2 water pumps, defogger, l above location for convenience of sale. chainsaw, 230 amp. welder, 5 gal. of Bladex 4L, some Metal knee hole desk -- Filing cabinets -- Chairs to thank Doctor and Mrs. Leon Fay for their help seed corn. disc file -- Card files --Roll-about metal and assistance. Also for Pastor Bill Wick for his CROPS i files -- Bookcases -- Copier stands -- Swingline 6300 Approx. 1500 bales of rowen, Approx. 1200 bales of f paper feed -- Blackboards -- Cases of manilla en- special way of helping, hay, Approx. 500 T. of corn in bunker, plus 60 loads of ) velopes in all sizes --Steno books -- Labels --Scales --1 God Bless You All grass in same bunker. Stacking 10 dr. card file and many other items. Mr. & Mrs. Frank Sinclair TERMS CASll OR GOOD CHECK Positive sale -- Terms cash or a letter from your bank LUNCH ON GROUNDS guaranteeing your check. Sale under the regret, of and family OWNER: GEORGE KENDALL, RANDOLPH, VT. Barber Sales, Inc. Lebanon, N.H. Tel: 603-448-3366. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fisk AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC., EAST AUCTIONEERS: J.W. BARBER AND LARRY GRAY. andfamily THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 or 785-2161. R. & R. LIC. NO.:N.H. 2103--VT. 8--ME.00115. :- -.- ,-,., u_ "e "" LUSS! ER, LYNDONVILLE, VT. 626-5448. 1983 Ford Ranger XL IEW CONCEPT IN is here! It's the new-sze, high- ge pickup from Ford. Compact on surprisingly .paoous reside. bench seat offers room for And Ranger's built with proven design features. [ADOUARTERS" WITH ALL THESE BUILT- FORD-TOUGH FEATURES • DOUBLE'JALL CONSTRUCTION in the roof, hood, doors, pickup box sides and tailgate. • TWIN-IEAM FRONT SUSPENSION, Each front wheel has its own steel I-beam and big coil spring to step over bumps independently. • HIGH PAYLOAD CPACITY. Ranger is built with a tough ladder-type frame, Optional payload capacity is over 1,600 lbsl BUSINESS DIRECTOR00' GRAFTON MOTOR SALES, INC. Route 302, Woodsville, N.H. Tel. (603) 747-3324 lsabeIWhitney Burrough's pickup. They 866-5675 looked very confused at being breakfastless -- but worse the Vermont Library was tocome! Association to celebrate The December meeting of Children's Book Week last the Newbury Woman's Club Tuesday. The lecture, given at will be held at the Bailey Club the Pavillion in Montpelier by at 7:30 Wednesday, Dec. 1. E. Konigsburg, author of 1968 Linda Kulikowski of Bradford Newbury Award-winning "From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler", was extremely witty and the BAI(00 NG THIS SPA CE FOR RENT 13 Weeks $30 '00avings edank FDIcMember Woodsville/Piermont/Warrenl & Monroe, N.H. Mon. thru Thurs. 8 - 5 Mon, & Wed. g - 4 Fri. 8-5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 " 12 9 " 12 Equal Hous,nq Lender NEW NEW & USED & USED CAR TRUCK SALES SALES EXPERT CaM - BODY PLETE WORK SERVICE Zgrc00d • ,- .. 802-866-5$94 • Breads, Bagels, Chollah, Etc. Mode In My Home And Delivered To Area Stores From Hanover, NH To Newbury, Vt. ltlUlJllllJllnnunnlllnnuuuuulitlnlllfllnlnllUllnlnlnllnnnnlllllllllllJJlnllUl| IIIIII mlmllllll IIIII r RICHARD HASTINGS ! ............... BUILPER ................................ 1 RESIDENTIAL l COMMERCIAl, BUILDING Z Bradford, Vt. 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