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December I, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 ) OXBOW NEWS them in both advanced and Editor&apos;s Note 9th a Donkey beginning skiing. Students In the past few weeks, the will be held who participate in the banner of the Oxbow News has Academy's program are required to have been undergoing many This game is a good academic standing, changes. As was reported in hy the Boy's The Academy will provide bus the first issue of the '82-'83 to earn money transportation to the ski-way year, we are looking for a room below 'in Lyme, N.H., but students banner which represents the have to arrange for rides Oxbow News in a manner tickets are on sale home. It is not a competitive which we consider to be event. The program. Students help each adequate. We hope that we follows: other to learn how to ski. All will find the right banner soon, LS0 per ticket; are invited to come out and but until we do, the changes and senior enjoy this wholesome winter will continue. children under 12, recreation. Profile get in Shesits alone in a little room may be limited, Thanks Extended Mr. Tomasi, our building off of the senior lounge. She can usually be found with. . pencil in hand, busily scrib- i t., :,- <',m.C bling down figures or, as she J ......  ' puts it, walking "through the ), ,t-o<A (] halls like a mystery lady". t<',%-%  , She's right, too. Not many t(  people know who she is or -- what she does. Who is this "mystery lady"? She's Kay Wescott. She has been the bookkeeper at Oxbow High /+AZ', -  /_/'y School for the past three (T years.  , Wescott, who grew up in a >-/ (i .... '::i rural town called Westfield, Mass., said that prior to coming to Oxbow she took \\; I " A, college preparatory and  business courses in high .: . ," school and then, as she puts it .... "through 100 years ex- perience", she landed the job at Oxbow. when eight principal at TA is also the and eight proprietor of Sitzmark Ski go to the center Shop in Ascutney, Vt. By Wescott says that the job of and mount up. donating enough cross country bookkeeper entails duties like donkeys to a skiis, boots and poles "to our keeping track of expenses and rider is respon- physical education, he has the budget, dispersing bills to mishaps enabled the athletic depart- the board of education for The game ment to offer cross country approval, taking inventory eight-minute skiing here on campus as part and keeping a file on pur- chases. She also works closely a 15 minute of its winter program, with the superintendent's The ski course will follow starting whistle roughly the cross-country office and ErAs Eastman, who oct is for the course that our runners use in is the treasurer of the board get their the fall. Cross country skiing (Wescott is the secretary of to the opposing is gaining in popularity and the board of education). She There isa trick students who take it up are says that she likes her job the donkeys provided with a sport and because it is "a great Ither plans. The exercise which they can keep challenge" and also because on his donkey up long after finishing high she gets to work "with the ball or school, students as well as teachers". h it. Many thanks, Mr. Tomasi She said that she thinks that riders ap- for your generous gift. Oxbow has a "well organized, evening include FundraisingUnderway disciplined setup and a well Thetford If you need ski equipment, rounded program". She also winter clothing, boots, or says that she thinks that the 31, , skates, come to the Ski Sale at students "don't realize how the Thetfoi-d Elementary fortunate they are to have FFA concluded School on Sunday, Dec. 5 from small classes and an almost citrus sale last 12 to 3 p.m. The Thetford Ski one-to-one (relationship) with to two-hundred Program and'84TA toEurope the teachers. Wescott is also of oranges and are co-sponsoring a sale of an ardent supporter of the arrived at the new and used clothing and vocational-academic ,re distributed by equipment. If you have items programs that Oxbow offers ldent salesmen, to donate or to sell on 20 and says that it is a "great been taken the percent consignment, bring advantage" to have them both in the same building. them to the Elementary Wescott might not get a a 9th grader School on Saturday, Dec. 4 m with 44 from I0 a.m. to noon or call whole lot of publicity, but she's always there, as she Tuttle was either 333-4620or 333-9579. says, keeping "a close eye on 14 cases. IRon Every other year, a seminar third, selling 13% course called "Wisdom of the the taxpayer's money". FFA made two West", is offered at TA to all DavidWescott box for their juniors and seniors. As a Speaks Out special bonus of this combined Ever since the opening of provided by English and history course, Oxbow High School, there has the students have the op- been a smoking room portunity to visit a part of provided for the student Europe which they studied in smokers. The smoking room used to be in one of the rooms is gearing up the class. kiing program TA students have travelled off of the kitchen. It was later for students to Europe on four occasions as moved outside, by the library. During this past summer, 9-12. The a part of this course. Last the Oxbow Board of Education Will be held on spring, this class took a I0 day decided to close the smoking from the trip to England and Scotlan& lunch time until The students earned money to area, abolishing all student , closes at 4 help finance their expedition smoking at Oxbow. I don't Principal Tom just as the '84 TA to Europe think this is fair. ., and has group are presently raising The teachers who smoke program for II money for the 1984 trip, have a faculty lounge (a fancy although the exact destination name for a smoking room). "Student Rights" is the name he gives in- has notyetbeenchosen, of a pamphlet given out to those who want by DAVID PATTEN I Eater ............................................ JUDY AUGUSTINE $tf ............................................. [ ISA FARNHAM KATHERINE HARTLEY SANDY PERRY KIM STOCKWELL BETHANHE WRIGHT Advisw .......................................... ARNOLD SHIELDS Cmtrlbat ...................................... DA V WSCOII I students in Voter Preparation Class. In the pamphlet one of the articles reads -- "Any facility opened to one group of people shall be opened to all, including students." (page 10) I don't believe it is right for teachers to be able to smoke and not students. I would like to see a teacher who smokes go for six hours straight without a cigarette. In my mind there are three alternatives that the board has to choose from: 1. open the student smoking area again, 2. allow students to smoke in the teachers faculty lounge, 3. abolish smoking completely from the school. It is my hope that the Oxbow School Board will reconsider its smoking policy. David Wescott Senior of the Week The French trip to Qnechee City was the favorite field trip of Senior of the Week Tim Davis; Snowy -- Kris Search; Slash -- Don Ahearn; Cog -- Sarah Linnell; Reuben -- Sandy Perry; Speck -- Elene Demetrulis; Stench -- Sizi Davis ; Bog -- David Schramm; Meat -- Doug O'Donnald; and Prince Slug -- Melvin Emerson. Irene Croteau, home economics teacher was the director. The junior's play was based on the story of Snow White but was set in the 1980's Punk movement. The wicked queen kicked her step-daughter out of the house and then posed as an Avon-Lady to poison Snowy White. The sophomore class presented a play called, The Little Red Schoolhouse. The director was Bruce McLean, history teacher at Oxbow. The play was about a typical school day with such a group of characters. Some of the students were bullies, tattle- ), n Tuesday, Nov. Nancy Cardin, Grow. Grow is applying to Berklee College in Boston, Keene State College and Plymouth State College. Grow plans to major in music (guitar) or liberal arts because he says "(if) I'm going to spend four more years in school, I might as well study something I enjoy." Grow says that if he had his high school years to do over again, he would take no science classes, minimize his math, and take more English and art. Grow says that his favorite class ate,Oxbow was Joe Moore's Great Works of Literature Class because he says it was amusing. Grow's suggestion for younger students is to "Get good grades so they can graduate". The worst thing about Oxbow, Grow says, is the rapidly growing computer craze. The best thing? "The warm heating system in the winter". Review on One-Acts On Friday, Nov. 19, at Oxbow High School, one-act plays were held. The senior class presented a play titled Whateve ,Hap- pened to Fergus McFee? The directors were Greg Renner, physics teacher at Oxbow and Heidi StoAt, senior student at Oxbow. The cast included: David McLam -- President; David Stever -- Jeffrey Callow; Tom Bouffard -- Dave Trent; Carolyn Brooks -- Miss Philips; Cynthia Underhill -- McFee's Wife; Rhenee Thurston -- Ludmilia Prostov; Dwayna Smith -- Alison, and Judy Augustine -- President's wife and Oga. The senior play was based upon Fergus McFee, a scientist, with top-secret military information, who turns up missing. While everyone thought he was kidnapped by the Russians or dead, they found out later that he decided to go fishing without telling anyone. The junior class presented a Donald I. Blod00eu dies in truck ,accident play that was named Snowy White and Seven Dwarfs. The cast members were: Narrator -- Traci Ottina; Queen -- Avon Lady --: Debbie Balcom; Mirror  Suzi ORANGE-- The Berlin father Eugene Davis of Congregational Church was filled for the funeral of Donald I. Blodgett of Orange, who died Saturday morning Nov. 20, 1982 of injuries sustained in a highway accident on Route 302 in Orange. The Rev. Olivia Hayes, pastor of the church, officiated. Ellen Chartrand was organist. Honorary bearers were Floyd Blodgett, William Herrman, Henry Garceau, Herbert Luce, George Wild Sr. and George Wild Jr. Active bearers were Timothy Blodgett, Robert Blodgett, Wayne Blodgett, Harold Luce, David Wild and Michael LaForce. Burial was in Brookhaven Cemetery in Orange'. Representatives attended from the Spaulding High School Class of 1981, as well as its faculty and ad- ministration; Wild Auto Electric and the Sisters of Mercy. Donald I. Blodgett was born June 5, 1962 son of Vilus and Phyllis (Elie) Blodgett. Surviving are his father and stepmother Josiphine (Rood) Blodgett of Orange; his mother Phyllis Davis; step- tales, and brownies but when the teacher was supposed to get fired, they all stuck up for her. BRADFORD-- Funeral The freshman class services were held in Derby presented a play named, It's Big Foot. The director was Tom Kidder, english teacher at Oxbow. The play was based on a big foot character to Dec. 22, 1895 and was the son attract tourists to an old motel of Albert and Luna (Stevens) Obituaries *:" 4 i J Corinth; three brothers, Timothy Blodgett with the Cha /e D U.S. Air Force Tucson, Ariz., r s o 76 was Robert Blodgett, US Air Force, Plattsburg, N.Y. and dford Joseph Blodgett of Corinth; Bra business owner four stepbrothers. Jason and Richard Rood both of Orange, TOPSHAM-- Charles Edwin 28 at 2 p.m. at the Topsham Larry Davis of Bethel, Gene Dodge, 76 of E. Topsham died United Presbyterian Church Davis of W. Springfield, Thursday Nov. 25 at his home. in E. Topsham with the Rev. Mass.; two sisters Mrs. He was born July 7, 1906 in N. Richard White officiating. Cynthia Herrman of Montpelier the son of Elmer Masonic funeral services were Burlington, Rose Blodgett of A. and Maud E. (Lane) Orange; a stepsister Wendy Dodge. He attended schools in Rood, Orange. N. Montpelier and Jackson- Blodgett attended St. ville. He later attended Monica School, where he was Goddard Seminary in Barre. an altar and a choir boy. Later He was employed by Bowen moving to Orange he attended Hunter Bobbin Mill in E. Orange Center School. He was Corinth and for the a graduate of Spaulding High Washington Electric Com- School in the Class of '81. He pany (REA). He later was in had been employed at Wild partnership with his brother Auto Electric Shop in Barre. as Dodge Brothers Plumbing The Sisters of Mercy and Heating of Bradford. gathered at the Hooker After his retirement he Funeral Home, 7 Academy worked as a custodian and St., Barre, Mondayafterneon. part-time Librarian at the A family prayer service was Union 36 Elementary School. held Monday night led by On Jan. 27, 1928 he married Monsignor Edward J. Fitz- Ellen White who died June 15, simons, pastor of St. Frances 1973. He was a 50 year Cabrini Church in E. Barre, member of the masons; a accompanied by the Sisters of member of Minerval Lodge Mercy. No. 86 F&AM, E. Corinth; Mt. Sinai Temple of Montpelier; ME. Lebanon Chapter No. 13 Percy E. Fellows, 86 RAM, Bradford; St. Aldemar Commandery No. 11, K.T., Barre. Academy, liddlebury College He is survived by three sons and did graduate work at James E. Dodge ofConastota, Cornell, Harvard and the N.Y.; Philip E. Dodge and University of Connecticut. He Hassall A. Dodge both of taught in Hartford, Conn. for Topsham; four grand- 30 years, children; his mother Maud E. He is survived by three Dodge of Topsham; a brother sisters, Vinnie, Ione and Forrest Dodge of Haverhill held at that time. The Hale Funeral Home of Bradford, Vt. was in charge of arrangements. Interment took place in the family lot in the East Topsham, Vermont Cemetery. recently for Percy E. Fellows of that town. He died at the age of 86 on Oct. 22. He was born in Derby on CHASE LOSES LICENSE WOODSVILLE-- The director of Motor Vehicles, Thomas A. Power said recently that Steven Chase of Woodsville has had his privilege to operate a motor vehicle in New Hampshire revoked. Power said Chase was recently convicted of driving while intoxicated. AM-FM, 8 track stereo with record changer and one speaker. Call 222-9318 after 3 p.m. TF--]2d--NC THE PERFECT Christmas Gift: 2 for 1 Dinner Coupon Books -- To order send $18.50 a game of Deanna Patten, Karen Woods, tickets are Rochelle Farr, and Karen WINNERS--FFA group from Woodsvllle High School are left to right, Bernard ; Class of '83 in Foamier. atthedoor. The boys haskethall team MeCauley of the Associated Milk Producers; Robert Derosla, Peter Thayer, has started at has also been chosen. The Stephen Laekle and Brian Van Guilder, advisor. Bonnie Boyce, met with Special The Woodsville Team Sponsor, Bernard placed 18th out of 45, receiving a Silver Medal Recognition. Lackie placed 28th out of 135 individual participants. He received Gold Medal Recognition for his efforts. The National FFA Dairy Cattle Contest is a Special Project of the National FFA Foundation, Inc., sponsored by the Associated Milk Producers, Inc., San Antonio, Tex. recently Project McCauley, Associated, Milk Producers, Inc. of Amery, Wisconsin. The team, representing the State of New Hampshire was one of 45 participating in the National FFA Dairy Cattle Contest at the 55th National FFA Convention in Kansas City, Mo. Team members Robert Derosia, Peter Thayer, and Stephen Lackie iU  i -!! !ii " members are David Patten, Jim Kinder, Lawrence Shute, David Nickerson, Mark Fabrizio, Pat Riggie, Del Doyle, John Thornton, Harry Norcross, Dan Gauthier, and Jeff Page. Both teams participated in the White Mountains Coaches' Association Jamboree on Sat., Nov. 20. High School held WHS for the basketball House on Nov. season. Tryouts were Tues., turn out of Nov. 16 to divide the girls into was a concert squads (J.V. and Varsity). evening which Congratulations to the girls by the band and who made Varsity: Kelly White and Krista Trombley Club put on a (captains), GAdget Millette, "Arsenic and Christene Thornton, Beth Nov. 19 Citeroni, Regina Citeroni, Nov. 20. The Michelle Fagnant, and Becky line and the Keniston, Dee-Dee Colon. the The J.V: Cheerleaders are Kristina Mallette and Cindy photographer Lennon (captains), Jill Nov. 22 Venturella, Terry Thornton, for the Valerie SpAcer, Carmen Stimson, and Renea from Josten's Wetherall. be here on The girls basketball team 30 for the or- has now been chosen. Meta- L This will bers are TrAsh Demers and and up- Sandy Boyce (captains), Greta Briggeman, Buffie Wizards will Demers, Christian Leahy, Fahrizio, Cheryl Woodrow Blandin Dorothy Blandin Persm Ripmummflvm 11/24-12/1-8 NONCE Of HFARING ON ALLOWANa OF WILL STATE OF VBONT IN THE MATrER OF THE ESTATE OF Ani Wen PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF Bredford To the heirs 0t law ond all persons interested in the Estoto of Anna Wenisch, late of Corinth in sold Distrlci, daconsed You are notified that a written in- strumeot dated April 30, 1965, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testomont of mid deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Werner J. Wenisch, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing on has bee, eIed for tho Twentieth day of December, 1982 at 11:30 A.M at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermt. You m/appear then and there to show cause, if any you may hove, why the sold in- strumont shoukt not be elloed as the Last Will and Testament of the deceased. Dat this 16th day of Nouembe. 1982. /II hue N. Vlem 11/24-12ti-8 George A. Wilson Ill predeceased her as did her two brothers Fred and Anthony. Funeral services were Wed., Nov. 24 at the Hal Funeral Home in Bradford. Interment was in the family lot in the Orford Street Cemetery. SAE0Vm0N The regular budget committee will [ollow the NOmt o Cml ............. msTmcr oF o%rd. ss. proposed use nearing ....  To  ors of ,the rmom of "-: tm n Modellne R. P fate of west Faidno, '   e deceosed, i O. Fey Allan, Jr. of Ottwxnon and Allan, P.C. Bradford, Vermont hereby _ __ . _ states that he has beeo eppointed a A II ir T I I " IM IM  T I P I:: pets r represon at voo hl above .... estate. All credors heving claims ognst the obove e;tate ore aired to present the claim in writing 't'n four months iJV AIIPTIftM dltl cMrtltd oftor the date of the fst pblicion hereof to the above personal ,... 13Rh/ O, tlUl mill1 IILr-IIUMI[I tative at the above address or to the I I tor of the robate Court at Wel I AUCTION EACH AND EVERY MONDAY at the I Rivor, Vermont, or mid claim will be / East Thefford Commission Sales Barn, East Thetford, I 'oremi,oa st. Lacm, Aorida th l Vt., Livestock sale starts at 2:00 P.M. I 16thdayofNovbar, 1982. I ANNUAL THETFORD FIREMAN'S CHRISTMAS I . .o:i tlm,. 1 AUCTION at the Thefford Hill Fire Station, Saturday, ] rl Ilqmt . . , " . . 12/1-e.15 I December 4th begmmng at 7:00 P.M. Don t mms this I / auction with items of new merchandise, toys, services I / and much more ! i i I :[/11 i [Oil i [*'111 AUCTIONEERS I ITICIOIAPPUCATIOII " I C.W.Gray&Sons, Inc. I ml Amusnm m t II11{ / East Thetford, Vt. I 0 A BAI  OMPAN i .............. ! ........... i t First i ]4 or "]][k-ili)l / Nme ;S 91reoy glwm oy//111/ .(11, National Vermont Corporation, 56 Main I Ill lll Strmt, Springfield, Vermont 05156 that it will ap#y to the Fleml Relerve Board -i__ _Ill i I i, -k _.-arlilll pursuant to Section 3 d the Bank Hdlng Company Act tar acquisition of shares m o ............. honk. The Applicant intondi to acquire 25,000 shores, which is 100% d the ............. AUCTION NOTICE AUCTION CALEN I l :[rlL,1I 0 D]I i Ii BTAT! Of nelff Je Iorferd STATE OF VERMONT PROBATE COURT DISTRICT OF Bradford, ss. To all interested persons, WHEREAS, said Cot has assigned the 20th day of December next, for examining and allowing the account of the Administrotor of the Estate of said Ruby Jo Rutherford. inte of Newory, Vermont, and for O decree of the residue of mid Estate to the Iowfld claimants of the uime. and ordered that public notice thereof be oive to all persons interested in said Estate by pu55ching this ordor three weeks suc- cessively, previous to the dey assigned, in the Jemd Opidm o neWSROpW pblishld at Brodford in mid District. THEREFORE, you ore heraby notified to al at the Probate Office in Wells River of I 1:03 o'dack in the forenoon, then and ?here to contest ?ha allowance of sd account if you see cause, and to establish r right as heir*, Ingtlls and lal nts to said residue. IVll UglNg MY II, this 9th day of November, 1982. Isl Pne N. Vi 11/24-12/1- a ' (' & SANDY BOYCE tak h e$ onors WOODSVILLE--Members of were accompanied by their the Woodsville High School Advisor, Brian Van Guilder of -,art' FFA Dairy Cattle Team Piermont, N.H. PUBLIC HEARING There will be a Proposed Use Hearing for Revenue Sharing Funds on Monday, December 13, 1982 at 7:30 P.M. at the Town Hall in Cookeville. All citizens are invited to attend and provide the selectmen with written and oral comments on possible uses for $14,110.00 of the town's Revenue Sharing funds expected by the town during 1983. All 1982 funds have been used. outstanding shares of The Bradford National Bank, Dmdford, Vermont 05033. The public is invited to mbmit written comments on this Kolication to the Federal Reserve Board at the Fedaml bsorve Bank of Boston, 600 Atlantic Avenue, hton, Mass. 02106. The comment perind on this Ap#ication will nat end before January 1, 1983. Call E. Phillip A. Simon, Jr., (617) 973-3350 at Federal-Reserve Bank of Boston to find out if you have adtionel time for submitting commonts on this application or if you need more inforemtion about submitting comments. The Federol Reserve will consider comments, including request for o public meeting or formal hearing on the Application, if they are received by the Federal Reserve Bank during the comment period. 12/14 II :[tf_,li i [ill I Ell :1 NolrIQ el ACT| TAgllN ON AN APPLICATION TO IO1 A INlllUM ITIONN. l| AI i IILATID  IO  Notice is hereby given that the Comptroller of the Currency, Washington, 0. C., 20219, has granted prlllndnory conditional ablirouai to on Application to form New Brndford National Rank, Bradford, Orange County., Vwn. 05033, for the Irpese of facilitating the acquisition of the tm'gtt bk listed below. Further notke is given that Applktion hal been rondo to The Comptroller of the Currency for his consent to u merger of The Bradford National Bank. Bradford, Vermont 05033, with New Bredford National Bank, Bradford, Vormmt 05033. under the charter of New Bradford iolml Bank and with the title The Orodford Nationel Bank. The ldicatinn was ecceptod for filing November 17,1982, This notice is Imblished wluont to ictlan 1628 {] of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act and Part 5 of The Bolufions of the Corn- ptrellor of the Cummcy (12 CFR 5).,Th notice will appear wmkly on wm some gays, helioning Winesday, Dtcwdr 1, 1962 and ing Wednesdey, Oacembor 2, 1982. Any person desiring to comment m either the interim notional bank ,oication or the mergerlconsaiidofion op#otion  do so by subnd.i W written commits to, v lreqor, Eonk 0rgon,,ation and StrlI Division, Camptrcer of  Currency, 490 t'fnf. Plmm, 5. W., Wolhtngton, O. C. 20219 wlmm 21 doys of the dote of tht lost imMkmion of this ne. The punk flk is owdlabil for of tam Currency, 8th Floor, mronr mco, 470 Atlantic Ave., Bolton, Mass. 021 ! 0. December 1, 1982 The Brg Netlanai knk grmrd, Venmnt 05O33 New Bradford Notional grmfford, Vermont 05033 12/1.8, 13, 20, & 9 AUCTION SECURED LIENHOLDER SALE OF ELECTRONIC SUPPLY, INC. TV ANTENNAS-- TV 'rUBES -- WIRE RADIOS -- ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT AT PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1982 AT 10:00 A.M, LEBANON, N.H. 265 MECHANIC ST. TAKE EXIT 19 OFF 1-89 -- WATCH FOR AUCTION SIGNS This is only a partial listing -- to be sold piece by piece to the highest bidder. INVENTORY & EQUIPMENT Raytheon, G.E. & Sylvania tubes -- TV Color antennas -- CB Antennas Power boosters -- TV Wire -- Rotor wire -- Transformers -- Elec. bug killers -- Integratedl circuits -- Ground cable -- Radios -- Headphones -- ) Brackets -- Tool kits -- 8 track tapes -- Jacks -- andl many other items. Also will be selling some electronic equipment. i ALSO AT THIS SAME SALE I WE WILL BE SELLING t NEW TRACTORS--NEW CHAIN SAWS I RIFLES & BICYCLES i NEW TRACTORS & CHAIN SAWS: Yardman 11 h.p. I hydrostatic tractor w-38" rotary mower -- Yardman 5 i i h.P. Rider tractor w-26" rotary mower -- 2 Mopeds -- 6, New Echo chain saws -- 4 New mowers -- 2 Yard-  | man snow blowers -- 3 Lawnboy snowblowers -- Grass I trimmer. NEW RIFLES: Rem. Mad.: 700 rifle -- Savage 110, 30- 06 rifle -- Savage 99C, 308 rifle -- Ruger 44 carbine rifle -- Used rifles: Mauser 1891 rifle-- Rein. 760 pump rifle -- Stevens 12 go. tip up shot gun-- Savage 110S w-scope -- Rem. 760, 30-06 rifle-- Stevens 22 rifle. 7 NEW BICYCLES: Takara BMX bikes models 620, 610. & 605-- 5, used bicycles. USED EQUIPMENT: 5, chain saws -- snowblower -- leaf shredder -- reel mowers -- outboard motor -- and many other items. FURNITURE: 17 cu. in. Coldspot refrigerator -- Kenmore range -- 5 pc. dinette set -- 2 pc. livingroom set -- 2 beds -- end tables and other items Positive sale -- Terms cash or a letter from your bank I guaranteeing your check. Sale under the mgmt. of tBarber Sales, Inc. Lebanon, N.H. Tel: 03-4484Lqf,6-or- Westbrook, Me. Tel: 20"/-854-8344, AUCTIONEERS: 1 ,J.W. BARBER & LARRY GRAY. LIC. NO.: N.H. 210.1 I -- VT. 8 -- ME. 00115. .' .'= A - ,, __-  ":._-" -__"_- _v-_ FFA group discussion. The weekend format includes discussion groups, conversations with local adults and a talent show provided by the delegates themselves. mother went shopping. While ORFORD-- Marie T. Wilson, he cooked, a distraught queen q? of Orford died at her home came asking for help because Monday evening Nov. 22. She she was to be beheaded, wa born in Brooklyn, March Others followed all on their 21,1890, the daughterofAnton way to see the event. Events and Beatric-e (Kozlik) changed for the better and the Machacek. She attended boy became a hero. schools in Brooklyn. In between plays refresh- On March 3, 1908 in Com- ments were served in the mack, Long Island, N.Y. she cafeteria, married George A. Wilson who died in 1959. They owned and operated a farm in Long Island and retired from far- ming to move to Orford in Bce, Boreau/g July, 1958 where she had since ehol :for YM  resided on the Cottonstone Farm. 1983 conference She is survived by to sons, WOODSVILLE-- Gerry George A. Wilson and Alfred Wilson both of afford; five Boudreault and Sandy Boyce grandchildren and 13 great will be representing their high grandchildren and one school at the upcoming 1983 nephew. One daughter New Hampshire State YMCA Adaline and a grandson Older Girls' Conference set for March: The conference will be held  M,LI in Derry March 11-13 and will STATEOF VERMONT be hosted by Stephen Russell, mtlCZT0Cmlt015 DISTRICT OF Bradford, SS. Executive Director Southern To the Creditors of the Estate of Leo District YMCA. Debi Clark. tmds late of Thetford, Vorm, Associate Director North decensad. Woodrow Blondin, jr. and Dorothy Country YMCA is Conference in of West Fairlee, Vrmont 05083 Director. hereby states that they hove been al The Older Girls' Conference paintad personal representatives of the aove estate. All creditors having claims provides an opportunity for olainst the above estate are required to young women to come present the claim in writing within four together and discuss their months offer the date of the first pubbcotion hereof to the able persanai concerns of today. It brings represantofivo at the above address or to together persons from high the Register of the Probate Court ot Wells schools in New Hampshire River, Vermont, or mi@ claim will be forever barrod, who have the opportunity for Doted at Vorshire this 8Oh day of Nov. an exchange of ideas and 19e2. dolph, Vt. 05060 or a stamped that would have to close down. Fellows. They lived on South Thelma of Derby. He is also and one niece. Funeral ser- self-addressed envelope for The 7th grade presented a road in Bradford for many survived by nieces and vices were held Sunday, Nov. information, lT--12-1---C play called, Six Who Passed years, nephews. A sister, Grace, died While The Lentils Boil. The He was a graduate of Derby in 1963. directors were Bill Vargas, engiishteachermOxbowandMari T Wils 92 Ann Taylor, social studies e . on, teacher at Oxbow. The play TOWN OF CORINTH was based on a young boY di Orford h cooking lentils while his es at ome to OCMHS, Box G, Ran- December I, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 ) OXBOW NEWS them in both advanced and Editor's Note 9th a Donkey beginning skiing. Students In the past few weeks, the will be held who participate in the banner of the Oxbow News has Academy's program are required to have been undergoing many This game is a good academic standing, changes. As was reported in hy the Boy's The Academy will provide bus the first issue of the '82-'83 to earn money transportation to the ski-way year, we are looking for a room below 'in Lyme, N.H., but students banner which represents the have to arrange for rides Oxbow News in a manner tickets are on sale home. It is not a competitive which we consider to be event. The program. Students help each adequate. We hope that we follows: other to learn how to ski. All will find the right banner soon, LS0 per ticket; are invited to come out and but until we do, the changes and senior enjoy this wholesome winter will continue. children under 12, recreation. Profile get in Shesits alone in a little room may be limited, Thanks Extended Mr. Tomasi, our building off of the senior lounge. She can usually be found with. . pencil in hand, busily scrib- i t., :,- <',m.C bling down figures or, as she J ......  ' puts it, walking "through the ), ,t-o<A (] halls like a mystery lady". t<',%-%  , She's right, too. Not many t(  people know who she is or -- what she does. Who is this "mystery lady"? She's Kay Wescott. She has been the bookkeeper at Oxbow High /+AZ', -  /_/'y School for the past three (T years.  , Wescott, who grew up in a >-/ (i .... '::i rural town called Westfield, Mass., said that prior to coming to Oxbow she took \\; I " A, college preparatory and  business courses in high .: . ," school and then, as she puts it .... "through 100 years ex- perience", she landed the job at Oxbow. when eight principal at TA is also the and eight proprietor of Sitzmark Ski go to the center Shop in Ascutney, Vt. By Wescott says that the job of and mount up. donating enough cross country bookkeeper entails duties like donkeys to a skiis, boots and poles "to our keeping track of expenses and rider is respon- physical education, he has the budget, dispersing bills to mishaps enabled the athletic depart- the board of education for The game ment to offer cross country approval, taking inventory eight-minute skiing here on campus as part and keeping a file on pur- chases. She also works closely a 15 minute of its winter program, with the superintendent's The ski course will follow starting whistle roughly the cross-country office and ErAs Eastman, who oct is for the course that our runners use in is the treasurer of the board get their the fall. Cross country skiing (Wescott is the secretary of to the opposing is gaining in popularity and the board of education). She There isa trick students who take it up are says that she likes her job the donkeys provided with a sport and because it is "a great Ither plans. The exercise which they can keep challenge" and also because on his donkey up long after finishing high she gets to work "with the ball or school, students as well as teachers". h it. Many thanks, Mr. Tomasi She said that she thinks that riders ap- for your generous gift. Oxbow has a "well organized, evening include FundraisingUnderway disciplined setup and a well Thetford If you need ski equipment, rounded program". She also winter clothing, boots, or says that she thinks that the 31, , skates, come to the Ski Sale at students "don't realize how the Thetfoi-d Elementary fortunate they are to have FFA concluded School on Sunday, Dec. 5 from small classes and an almost citrus sale last 12 to 3 p.m. The Thetford Ski one-to-one (relationship) with to two-hundred Program and'84TA toEurope the teachers. Wescott is also of oranges and are co-sponsoring a sale of an ardent supporter of the arrived at the new and used clothing and vocational-academic ,re distributed by equipment. If you have items programs that Oxbow offers ldent salesmen, to donate or to sell on 20 and says that it is a "great been taken the percent consignment, bring advantage" to have them both in the same building. them to the Elementary Wescott might not get a a 9th grader School on Saturday, Dec. 4 m with 44 from I0 a.m. to noon or call whole lot of publicity, but she's always there, as she Tuttle was either 333-4620or 333-9579. says, keeping "a close eye on 14 cases. IRon Every other year, a seminar third, selling 13% course called "Wisdom of the the taxpayer's money". FFA made two West", is offered at TA to all DavidWescott box for their juniors and seniors. As a Speaks Out special bonus of this combined Ever since the opening of provided by English and history course, Oxbow High School, there has the students have the op- been a smoking room portunity to visit a part of provided for the student Europe which they studied in smokers. The smoking room used to be in one of the rooms is gearing up the class. kiing program TA students have travelled off of the kitchen. It was later for students to Europe on four occasions as moved outside, by the library. During this past summer, 9-12. The a part of this course. Last the Oxbow Board of Education Will be held on spring, this class took a I0 day decided to close the smoking from the trip to England and Scotlan& lunch time until The students earned money to area, abolishing all student , closes at 4 help finance their expedition smoking at Oxbow. I don't Principal Tom just as the '84 TA to Europe think this is fair. ., and has group are presently raising The teachers who smoke program for II money for the 1984 trip, have a faculty lounge (a fancy although the exact destination name for a smoking room). "Student Rights" is the name he gives in- has notyetbeenchosen, of a pamphlet given out to those who want by DAVID PATTEN I Eater ............................................ JUDY AUGUSTINE $tf ............................................. [ ISA FARNHAM KATHERINE HARTLEY SANDY PERRY KIM STOCKWELL BETHANHE WRIGHT Advisw .......................................... ARNOLD SHIELDS Cmtrlbat ...................................... DA V WSCOII I students in Voter Preparation Class. In the pamphlet one of the articles reads -- "Any facility opened to one group of people shall be opened to all, including students." (page 10) I don't believe it is right for teachers to be able to smoke and not students. I would like to see a teacher who smokes go for six hours straight without a cigarette. In my mind there are three alternatives that the board has to choose from: 1. open the student smoking area again, 2. allow students to smoke in the teachers faculty lounge, 3. abolish smoking completely from the school. It is my hope that the Oxbow School Board will reconsider its smoking policy. David Wescott Senior of the Week The French trip to Qnechee City was the favorite field trip of Senior of the Week Tim Davis; Snowy -- Kris Search; Slash -- Don Ahearn; Cog -- Sarah Linnell; Reuben -- Sandy Perry; Speck -- Elene Demetrulis; Stench -- Sizi Davis ; Bog -- David Schramm; Meat -- Doug O'Donnald; and Prince Slug -- Melvin Emerson. Irene Croteau, home economics teacher was the director. The junior's play was based on the story of Snow White but was set in the 1980's Punk movement. The wicked queen kicked her step-daughter out of the house and then posed as an Avon-Lady to poison Snowy White. The sophomore class presented a play called, The Little Red Schoolhouse. The director was Bruce McLean, history teacher at Oxbow. The play was about a typical school day with such a group of characters. Some of the students were bullies, tattle- ), n Tuesday, Nov. Nancy Cardin, Grow. Grow is applying to Berklee College in Boston, Keene State College and Plymouth State College. Grow plans to major in music (guitar) or liberal arts because he says "(if) I'm going to spend four more years in school, I might as well study something I enjoy." Grow says that if he had his high school years to do over again, he would take no science classes, minimize his math, and take more English and art. Grow says that his favorite class ate,Oxbow was Joe Moore's Great Works of Literature Class because he says it was amusing. Grow's suggestion for younger students is to "Get good grades so they can graduate". The worst thing about Oxbow, Grow says, is the rapidly growing computer craze. The best thing? "The warm heating system in the winter". Review on One-Acts On Friday, Nov. 19, at Oxbow High School, one-act plays were held. The senior class presented a play titled Whateve ,Hap- pened to Fergus McFee? The directors were Greg Renner, physics teacher at Oxbow and Heidi StoAt, senior student at Oxbow. The cast included: David McLam -- President; David Stever -- Jeffrey Callow; Tom Bouffard -- Dave Trent; Carolyn Brooks -- Miss Philips; Cynthia Underhill -- McFee's Wife; Rhenee Thurston -- Ludmilia Prostov; Dwayna Smith -- Alison, and Judy Augustine -- President's wife and Oga. The senior play was based upon Fergus McFee, a scientist, with top-secret military information, who turns up missing. While everyone thought he was kidnapped by the Russians or dead, they found out later that he decided to go fishing without telling anyone. The junior class presented a Donald I. Blod00eu dies in truck ,accident play that was named Snowy White and Seven Dwarfs. The cast members were: Narrator -- Traci Ottina; Queen -- Avon Lady --: Debbie Balcom; Mirror  Suzi ORANGE-- The Berlin father Eugene Davis of Congregational Church was filled for the funeral of Donald I. Blodgett of Orange, who died Saturday morning Nov. 20, 1982 of injuries sustained in a highway accident on Route 302 in Orange. The Rev. Olivia Hayes, pastor of the church, officiated. Ellen Chartrand was organist. Honorary bearers were Floyd Blodgett, William Herrman, Henry Garceau, Herbert Luce, George Wild Sr. and George Wild Jr. Active bearers were Timothy Blodgett, Robert Blodgett, Wayne Blodgett, Harold Luce, David Wild and Michael LaForce. Burial was in Brookhaven Cemetery in Orange'. Representatives attended from the Spaulding High School Class of 1981, as well as its faculty and ad- ministration; Wild Auto Electric and the Sisters of Mercy. Donald I. Blodgett was born June 5, 1962 son of Vilus and Phyllis (Elie) Blodgett. Surviving are his father and stepmother Josiphine (Rood) Blodgett of Orange; his mother Phyllis Davis; step- tales, and brownies but when the teacher was supposed to get fired, they all stuck up for her. BRADFORD-- Funeral The freshman class services were held in Derby presented a play named, It's Big Foot. The director was Tom Kidder, english teacher at Oxbow. The play was based on a big foot character to Dec. 22, 1895 and was the son attract tourists to an old motel of Albert and Luna (Stevens) Obituaries *:" 4 i J Corinth; three brothers, Timothy Blodgett with the Cha /e D U.S. Air Force Tucson, Ariz., r s o 76 was Robert Blodgett, US Air Force, Plattsburg, N.Y. and dford Joseph Blodgett of Corinth; Bra business owner four stepbrothers. Jason and Richard Rood both of Orange, TOPSHAM-- Charles Edwin 28 at 2 p.m. at the Topsham Larry Davis of Bethel, Gene Dodge, 76 of E. Topsham died United Presbyterian Church Davis of W. Springfield, Thursday Nov. 25 at his home. in E. Topsham with the Rev. Mass.; two sisters Mrs. He was born July 7, 1906 in N. Richard White officiating. Cynthia Herrman of Montpelier the son of Elmer Masonic funeral services were Burlington, Rose Blodgett of A. and Maud E. (Lane) Orange; a stepsister Wendy Dodge. He attended schools in Rood, Orange. N. Montpelier and Jackson- Blodgett attended St. ville. He later attended Monica School, where he was Goddard Seminary in Barre. an altar and a choir boy. Later He was employed by Bowen moving to Orange he attended Hunter Bobbin Mill in E. Orange Center School. He was Corinth and for the a graduate of Spaulding High Washington Electric Com- School in the Class of '81. He pany (REA). He later was in had been employed at Wild partnership with his brother Auto Electric Shop in Barre. as Dodge Brothers Plumbing The Sisters of Mercy and Heating of Bradford. gathered at the Hooker After his retirement he Funeral Home, 7 Academy worked as a custodian and St., Barre, Mondayafterneon. part-time Librarian at the A family prayer service was Union 36 Elementary School. held Monday night led by On Jan. 27, 1928 he married Monsignor Edward J. Fitz- Ellen White who died June 15, simons, pastor of St. Frances 1973. He was a 50 year Cabrini Church in E. Barre, member of the masons; a accompanied by the Sisters of member of Minerval Lodge Mercy. No. 86 F&AM, E. Corinth; Mt. Sinai Temple of Montpelier; ME. Lebanon Chapter No. 13 Percy E. Fellows, 86 RAM, Bradford; St. Aldemar Commandery No. 11, K.T., Barre. Academy, liddlebury College He is survived by three sons and did graduate work at James E. Dodge ofConastota, Cornell, Harvard and the N.Y.; Philip E. Dodge and University of Connecticut. He Hassall A. Dodge both of taught in Hartford, Conn. for Topsham; four grand- 30 years, children; his mother Maud E. He is survived by three Dodge of Topsham; a brother sisters, Vinnie, Ione and Forrest Dodge of Haverhill held at that time. The Hale Funeral Home of Bradford, Vt. was in charge of arrangements. Interment took place in the family lot in the East Topsham, Vermont Cemetery. recently for Percy E. Fellows of that town. He died at the age of 86 on Oct. 22. He was born in Derby on CHASE LOSES LICENSE WOODSVILLE-- The director of Motor Vehicles, Thomas A. Power said recently that Steven Chase of Woodsville has had his privilege to operate a motor vehicle in New Hampshire revoked. Power said Chase was recently convicted of driving while intoxicated. AM-FM, 8 track stereo with record changer and one speaker. Call 222-9318 after 3 p.m. TF--]2d--NC THE PERFECT Christmas Gift: 2 for 1 Dinner Coupon Books -- To order send $18.50 a game of Deanna Patten, Karen Woods, tickets are Rochelle Farr, and Karen WINNERS--FFA group from Woodsvllle High School are left to right, Bernard ; Class of '83 in Foamier. atthedoor. The boys haskethall team MeCauley of the Associated Milk Producers; Robert Derosla, Peter Thayer, has started at has also been chosen. The Stephen Laekle and Brian Van Guilder, advisor. Bonnie Boyce, met with Special The Woodsville Team Sponsor, Bernard placed 18th out of 45, receiving a Silver Medal Recognition. Lackie placed 28th out of 135 individual participants. He received Gold Medal Recognition for his efforts. The National FFA Dairy Cattle Contest is a Special Project of the National FFA Foundation, Inc., sponsored by the Associated Milk Producers, Inc., San Antonio, Tex. recently Project McCauley, Associated, Milk Producers, Inc. of Amery, Wisconsin. The team, representing the State of New Hampshire was one of 45 participating in the National FFA Dairy Cattle Contest at the 55th National FFA Convention in Kansas City, Mo. Team members Robert Derosia, Peter Thayer, and Stephen Lackie iU  i -!! !ii " members are David Patten, Jim Kinder, Lawrence Shute, David Nickerson, Mark Fabrizio, Pat Riggie, Del Doyle, John Thornton, Harry Norcross, Dan Gauthier, and Jeff Page. Both teams participated in the White Mountains Coaches' Association Jamboree on Sat., Nov. 20. High School held WHS for the basketball House on Nov. season. Tryouts were Tues., turn out of Nov. 16 to divide the girls into was a concert squads (J.V. and Varsity). evening which Congratulations to the girls by the band and who made Varsity: Kelly White and Krista Trombley Club put on a (captains), GAdget Millette, "Arsenic and Christene Thornton, Beth Nov. 19 Citeroni, Regina Citeroni, Nov. 20. The Michelle Fagnant, and Becky line and the Keniston, Dee-Dee Colon. the The J.V: Cheerleaders are Kristina Mallette and Cindy photographer Lennon (captains), Jill Nov. 22 Venturella, Terry Thornton, for the Valerie SpAcer, Carmen Stimson, and Renea from Josten's Wetherall. be here on The girls basketball team 30 for the or- has now been chosen. Meta- L This will bers are TrAsh Demers and and up- Sandy Boyce (captains), Greta Briggeman, Buffie Wizards will Demers, Christian Leahy, Fahrizio, Cheryl Woodrow Blandin Dorothy Blandin Persm Ripmummflvm 11/24-12/1-8 NONCE Of HFARING ON ALLOWANa OF WILL STATE OF VBONT IN THE MATrER OF THE ESTATE OF Ani Wen PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF Bredford To the heirs 0t law ond all persons interested in the Estoto of Anna Wenisch, late of Corinth in sold Distrlci, daconsed You are notified that a written in- strumeot dated April 30, 1965, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testomont of mid deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Werner J. Wenisch, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing on has bee, eIed for tho Twentieth day of December, 1982 at 11:30 A.M at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermt. You m/appear then and there to show cause, if any you may hove, why the sold in- strumont shoukt not be elloed as the Last Will and Testament of the deceased. Dat this 16th day of Nouembe. 1982. /II hue N. Vlem 11/24-12ti-8 George A. Wilson Ill predeceased her as did her two brothers Fred and Anthony. Funeral services were Wed., Nov. 24 at the Hal Funeral Home in Bradford. Interment was in the family lot in the Orford Street Cemetery. SAE0Vm0N The regular budget committee will [ollow the NOmt o Cml ............. msTmcr oF o%rd. ss. proposed use nearing ....  To  ors of ,the rmom of "-: tm n Modellne R. P fate of west Faidno, '   e deceosed, i O. Fey Allan, Jr. of Ottwxnon and Allan, P.C. Bradford, Vermont hereby _ __ . _ states that he has beeo eppointed a A II ir T I I " IM IM  T I P I:: pets r represon at voo hl above .... estate. All credors heving claims ognst the obove e;tate ore aired to present the claim in writing 't'n four months iJV AIIPTIftM dltl cMrtltd oftor the date of the fst pblicion hereof to the above personal ,... 13Rh/ O, tlUl mill1 IILr-IIUMI[I tative at the above address or to the I I tor of the robate Court at Wel I AUCTION EACH AND EVERY MONDAY at the I Rivor, Vermont, or mid claim will be / East Thefford Commission Sales Barn, East Thetford, I 'oremi,oa st. Lacm, Aorida th l Vt., Livestock sale starts at 2:00 P.M. I 16thdayofNovbar, 1982. I ANNUAL THETFORD FIREMAN'S CHRISTMAS I . .o:i tlm,. 1 AUCTION at the Thefford Hill Fire Station, Saturday, ] rl Ilqmt . . , " . . 12/1-e.15 I December 4th begmmng at 7:00 P.M. Don t mms this I / auction with items of new merchandise, toys, services I / and much more ! i i I :[/11 i [Oil i [*'111 AUCTIONEERS I ITICIOIAPPUCATIOII " I C.W.Gray&Sons, Inc. I ml Amusnm m t II11{ / East Thetford, Vt. I 0 A BAI  OMPAN i .............. ! ........... i t First i ]4 or "]][k-ili)l / Nme ;S 91reoy glwm oy//111/ .(11, National Vermont Corporation, 56 Main I Ill lll Strmt, Springfield, Vermont 05156 that it will ap#y to the Fleml Relerve Board -i__ _Ill i I i, -k _.-arlilll pursuant to Section 3 d the Bank Hdlng Company Act tar acquisition of shares m o ............. honk. The Applicant intondi to acquire 25,000 shores, which is 100% d the ............. AUCTION NOTICE AUCTION CALEN I l :[rlL,1I 0 D]I i Ii BTAT! Of nelff Je Iorferd STATE OF VERMONT PROBATE COURT DISTRICT OF Bradford, ss. To all interested persons, WHEREAS, said Cot has assigned the 20th day of December next, for examining and allowing the account of the Administrotor of the Estate of said Ruby Jo Rutherford. inte of Newory, Vermont, and for O decree of the residue of mid Estate to the Iowfld claimants of the uime. and ordered that public notice thereof be oive to all persons interested in said Estate by pu55ching this ordor three weeks suc- cessively, previous to the dey assigned, in the Jemd Opidm o neWSROpW pblishld at Brodford in mid District. THEREFORE, you ore heraby notified to al at the Probate Office in Wells River of I 1:03 o'dack in the forenoon, then and ?here to contest ?ha allowance of sd account if you see cause, and to establish r right as heir*, Ingtlls and lal nts to said residue. IVll UglNg MY II, this 9th day of November, 1982. Isl Pne N. Vi 11/24-12/1- a ' (' & SANDY BOYCE tak h e$ onors WOODSVILLE--Members of were accompanied by their the Woodsville High School Advisor, Brian Van Guilder of -,art' FFA Dairy Cattle Team Piermont, N.H. PUBLIC HEARING There will be a Proposed Use Hearing for Revenue Sharing Funds on Monday, December 13, 1982 at 7:30 P.M. at the Town Hall in Cookeville. All citizens are invited to attend and provide the selectmen with written and oral comments on possible uses for $14,110.00 of the town's Revenue Sharing funds expected by the town during 1983. All 1982 funds have been used. outstanding shares of The Bradford National Bank, Dmdford, Vermont 05033. The public is invited to mbmit written comments on this Kolication to the Federal Reserve Board at the Fedaml bsorve Bank of Boston, 600 Atlantic Avenue, hton, Mass. 02106. The comment perind on this Ap#ication will nat end before January 1, 1983. Call E. Phillip A. Simon, Jr., (617) 973-3350 at Federal-Reserve Bank of Boston to find out if you have adtionel time for submitting commonts on this application or if you need more inforemtion about submitting comments. The Federol Reserve will consider comments, including request for o public meeting or formal hearing on the Application, if they are received by the Federal Reserve Bank during the comment period. 12/14 II :[tf_,li i [ill I Ell :1 NolrIQ el ACT| TAgllN ON AN APPLICATION TO IO1 A INlllUM ITIONN. l| AI i IILATID  IO  Notice is hereby given that the Comptroller of the Currency, Washington, 0. C., 20219, has granted prlllndnory conditional ablirouai to on Application to form New Brndford National Rank, Bradford, Orange County., Vwn. 05033, for the Irpese of facilitating the acquisition of the tm'gtt bk listed below. Further notke is given that Applktion hal been rondo to The Comptroller of the Currency for his consent to u merger of The Bradford National Bank. Bradford, Vermont 05033, with New Bredford National Bank, Bradford, Vormmt 05033. under the charter of New Bradford iolml Bank and with the title The Orodford Nationel Bank. The ldicatinn was ecceptod for filing November 17,1982, This notice is Imblished wluont to ictlan 1628 {] of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act and Part 5 of The Bolufions of the Corn- ptrellor of the Cummcy (12 CFR 5).,Th notice will appear wmkly on wm some gays, helioning Winesday, Dtcwdr 1, 1962 and ing Wednesdey, Oacembor 2, 1982. Any person desiring to comment m either the interim notional bank ,oication or the mergerlconsaiidofion op#otion  do so by subnd.i W written commits to, v lreqor, Eonk 0rgon,,ation and StrlI Division, Camptrcer of  Currency, 490 t'fnf. Plmm, 5. W., Wolhtngton, O. C. 20219 wlmm 21 doys of the dote of tht lost imMkmion of this ne. The punk flk is owdlabil for of tam Currency, 8th Floor, mronr mco, 470 Atlantic Ave., Bolton, Mass. 021 ! 0. December 1, 1982 The Brg Netlanai knk grmrd, Venmnt 05O33 New Bradford Notional grmfford, Vermont 05033 12/1.8, 13, 20, & 9 AUCTION SECURED LIENHOLDER SALE OF ELECTRONIC SUPPLY, INC. TV ANTENNAS-- TV 'rUBES -- WIRE RADIOS -- ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT AT PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1982 AT 10:00 A.M, LEBANON, N.H. 265 MECHANIC ST. TAKE EXIT 19 OFF 1-89 -- WATCH FOR AUCTION SIGNS This is only a partial listing -- to be sold piece by piece to the highest bidder. INVENTORY & EQUIPMENT Raytheon, G.E. & Sylvania tubes -- TV Color antennas -- CB Antennas Power boosters -- TV Wire -- Rotor wire -- Transformers -- Elec. bug killers -- Integratedl circuits -- Ground cable -- Radios -- Headphones -- ) Brackets -- Tool kits -- 8 track tapes -- Jacks -- andl many other items. Also will be selling some electronic equipment. i ALSO AT THIS SAME SALE I WE WILL BE SELLING t NEW TRACTORS--NEW CHAIN SAWS I RIFLES & BICYCLES i NEW TRACTORS & CHAIN SAWS: Yardman 11 h.p. I hydrostatic tractor w-38" rotary mower -- Yardman 5 i i h.P. Rider tractor w-26" rotary mower -- 2 Mopeds -- 6, New Echo chain saws -- 4 New mowers -- 2 Yard-  | man snow blowers -- 3 Lawnboy snowblowers -- Grass I trimmer. NEW RIFLES: Rem. Mad.: 700 rifle -- Savage 110, 30- 06 rifle -- Savage 99C, 308 rifle -- Ruger 44 carbine rifle -- Used rifles: Mauser 1891 rifle-- Rein. 760 pump rifle -- Stevens 12 go. tip up shot gun-- Savage 110S w-scope -- Rem. 760, 30-06 rifle-- Stevens 22 rifle. 7 NEW BICYCLES: Takara BMX bikes models 620, 610. & 605-- 5, used bicycles. USED EQUIPMENT: 5, chain saws -- snowblower -- leaf shredder -- reel mowers -- outboard motor -- and many other items. FURNITURE: 17 cu. in. Coldspot refrigerator -- Kenmore range -- 5 pc. dinette set -- 2 pc. livingroom set -- 2 beds -- end tables and other items Positive sale -- Terms cash or a letter from your bank I guaranteeing your check. Sale under the mgmt. of tBarber Sales, Inc. Lebanon, N.H. Tel: 03-4484Lqf,6-or- Westbrook, Me. Tel: 20"/-854-8344, AUCTIONEERS: 1 ,J.W. BARBER & LARRY GRAY. LIC. NO.: N.H. 210.1 I -- VT. 8 -- ME. 00115. .' .'= A - ,, __-  ":._-" -__"_- _v-_ FFA group discussion. The weekend format includes discussion groups, conversations with local adults and a talent show provided by the delegates themselves. mother went shopping. While ORFORD-- Marie T. Wilson, he cooked, a distraught queen q? of Orford died at her home came asking for help because Monday evening Nov. 22. She she was to be beheaded, wa born in Brooklyn, March Others followed all on their 21,1890, the daughterofAnton way to see the event. Events and Beatric-e (Kozlik) changed for the better and the Machacek. She attended boy became a hero. schools in Brooklyn. In between plays refresh- On March 3, 1908 in Com- ments were served in the mack, Long Island, N.Y. she cafeteria, married George A. Wilson who died in 1959. They owned and operated a farm in Long Island and retired from far- ming to move to Orford in Bce, Boreau/g July, 1958 where she had since ehol :for YM  resided on the Cottonstone Farm. 1983 conference She is survived by to sons, WOODSVILLE-- Gerry George A. Wilson and Alfred Wilson both of afford; five Boudreault and Sandy Boyce grandchildren and 13 great will be representing their high grandchildren and one school at the upcoming 1983 nephew. One daughter New Hampshire State YMCA Adaline and a grandson Older Girls' Conference set for March: The conference will be held  M,LI in Derry March 11-13 and will STATEOF VERMONT be hosted by Stephen Russell, mtlCZT0Cmlt015 DISTRICT OF Bradford, SS. Executive Director Southern To the Creditors of the Estate of Leo District YMCA. Debi Clark. tmds late of Thetford, Vorm, Associate Director North decensad. Woodrow Blondin, jr. and Dorothy Country YMCA is Conference in of West Fairlee, Vrmont 05083 Director. hereby states that they hove been al The Older Girls' Conference paintad personal representatives of the aove estate. All creditors having claims provides an opportunity for olainst the above estate are required to young women to come present the claim in writing within four together and discuss their months offer the date of the first pubbcotion hereof to the able persanai concerns of today. It brings represantofivo at the above address or to together persons from high the Register of the Probate Court ot Wells schools in New Hampshire River, Vermont, or mi@ claim will be forever barrod, who have the opportunity for Doted at Vorshire this 8Oh day of Nov. an exchange of ideas and 19e2. dolph, Vt. 05060 or a stamped that would have to close down. Fellows. They lived on South Thelma of Derby. He is also and one niece. Funeral ser- self-addressed envelope for The 7th grade presented a road in Bradford for many survived by nieces and vices were held Sunday, Nov. information, lT--12-1---C play called, Six Who Passed years, nephews. A sister, Grace, died While The Lentils Boil. The He was a graduate of Derby in 1963. directors were Bill Vargas, engiishteachermOxbowandMari T Wils 92 Ann Taylor, social studies e . on, teacher at Oxbow. The play TOWN OF CORINTH was based on a young boY di Orford h cooking lentils while his es at ome to OCMHS, Box G, Ran-