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Page 10-The Journal Opinion-December I, 1982 Game Supper now national event (continued from page 1 ) Approximately I00 pounds of boar was prepared with orange juice, whole cloves and brown sugar. Assisting with this project was Marcia Tomlinson. The coons were de-fatted by Chris Meerbergen, Bud Cole, Charlie Zwicker. John Knight, Charles Brainerd, Ray Green and Dave Gaiser. Meanwhile the pheasant were picked clean by Dot Cole and Kay Tomlinson. The next clay, pheasant and rice. meat loafs, and stuffing were prepared by another army consisting of Dot Cole, Barbara Palmer. Melia Taxter. Dennie Clogston. Lillian Pierce. Nettle Darling and Peggy Fogg Murial Brainerd, John Knight and Marcia prepared all the coon. Dot Klemisnchon and Helen Meerbergen prepared three huge roasters of stuffing. Picking coon meat off the bones were Rich Green. Charlie Zwicker, Charlie Stimson, Bud Cole and Chris Meerbergen. Cleaning up the mess every day was the faith- ful Virginia Vittum. Now we are getting close to the Supper The day before it is time to fry sausage patties. Game sausages to the number of 1.095 and 1400 boar sausage patties were done with the following at the spatchelder: Bud Cole, Charlie Zwicker, Charlie Stimson, George Durgin, Ken Vittum, and Chris Meerbergen. Virginia came back to clean. nd rabbit pies were needed. Big huge ones, each capable of feeding 100 people each. They were done by: Tina Stever, Eleanor Don- nell y, Virginia Vittum. Maxine Erskine, Lillian Peters. Fran Hyde, Jean Knight, Helen Chatfield. Hyde and Chatfield each did two rabbit pies. And believe it or not, it all comes together on the next day and proves to be one of the most fascinating events in the area. Especially when the likes of Hod Palmer (the Elder) dressed in his finest hunting regalia, standing outside to the side of the church cooking venison and bear meat over a gas fired grill. He is fun to be with, and how the outsiders like Hod, He has funny stories and a happy word for all. He told the Journal Opinion he has had phone calls and letters over the years, after friends see him in news photos, perhaps even television, doing his cooking. Like so many others, Hod Palmer is a fixture at the Game Supper. He has been OOPELAND BUTOHER BLOOK FURNITURE Come Visit Our Factory, Buy Direct, And Save! off Our Suggested Retail Prices and more | EVERY WEEKEND NOW THRU XMAS NOON TIL 6 FRI. & SUN. 9 TIL 6 ON SATURDAY. VISA MASTERCARD --EXAMPLES-- FACTORY KITCHEN WORKCENTERS PRICED 18X36---RETAIL 8180.60 .................. 189.00 24X36--RETAIL $200.00 .................. $99.00 STOOl_g--YOUR CHOICE ............. $35.00 BUTCHER BLOCK TABLES 30X60--RETAIL--4302,40 ................ $149.00 42 ROUND RETAIL--S312.00 ............ $156.00 BUTOHER BLOCK CUTTING BOARDS ... $5.00 OOPELAND cooking the meats since the very first one. He appears to enjoy this chore with bubbling it has been suggested that one might want to get on the ticket list quickly. conversation and also with some very good venison and bear meat. Vermont State Police neu Newbury vehicle reported missing BRADFORD--Area Vermont Atherton cited a subject for have permission to operate On Nov. 19 near midnight, With that in mind, it might State Troopers stationed at driving after license be well to get your name into the Eastside Cluster. in suspension and driving a Eris Eastman as soon as Bradford have been busy vehicle without the owner's In that the Game Supper is possible. Might be well to do recently with a multitude of consent. always sold out and early this today. Tomorrow might cases. Some of their activity Rodney L. Crowe of reservations are an absolute, be toolate, presently under investigation Newbury reported that a 19 or court preparation include: year old Newbury youth took At 3:00 a.m. of Nov. 25, Crowe's 1977 pickup truck , Trooper First Class Howard from his residence and did not | Pierson Industrial Park Rt. 25 Bradford, Vt. 05033 (802) 222-4771 (I Steel Radials in Stock 00OOO),00EAR GOOD M Sh AThm J .gave Now Original All Season Radial ALWAYS FREE MOUNTING AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALS YOUR CHOICE =16.95 sl to m t Amdcan m & tmpo s33 Size 15580D13 TV CREW--Television personnel from 'WBZ's Evening News Magazine visited the Game Supper and recorded the popular event. blackwall, plus ve Front End Alignment Lube, Oil & Filter Antifreeze Change New Antifreeze, Inspect all Belts & Hoses GAME SUPPER--Line of the . Game Supper line at the United Church of Christ in * Operation Santa Claus said the program presently has donation cans out in the community and there are several special events planned to aid in his quest to surpass his goal of $2,000. He noted that the program receives assistance from ( continued from page 1 ) generous. "Christmas and children just naturally go together", Coffin offered. He said the Oxbow High School Student Council has been a great help with the program and extended a good pat-on-the-back to them. He many quarters. Knitted items -k" Indictments are donated, as are many fruit items, money is given in the form of cash and another benefit, advanced the project by the Journal Opinion will assist with advertising space at no charge. tmlmmmm'a-mmmm'm'm'm'mMm'mm"m'lmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmm ] HEAVY DUTY i HEAVY DUTY I IMPORT SIZE |fl i STEEL from i 60-Month ^ . Sift SHOCKS $'O95 [RADIAL $'G95 [H uaranzee -= "1 - /'"1 By aonroe q ' | D J SNOWS | BATTERY Pair Installed Size 145SRt3 (continued from page I) he falsified physical evidence. He was charged by Haverhill Police for the offenses which took place in E. Haverhill on Oct. 2 after a vehicle in which he was a passenger was stopped on Route 25. Two others with him were arrested on a variety of charges. Jane E. MeLaugh]in of Mud Turtle Pond Road, Orford was indicted for possessing over a pound of marijuana in Orford on Oct. 22. Charged with her was Charles E. Danielson indicted on the same charge of possessing more than one pound of marijuana. The charges were brought by State and Orford Police after arrests were made on Oct. 22. Randall Eastland of Monroe was indicted on a charge of arson and on a i separate felony charge of I burglary The offenses, of- !ficials say, occurred in Monroe on Sept. 7. Timothy Utt was indicted the recent sitting of the Grand Jury on a charge of possessing cocaine on Oct. 30. Utt is from South Vershire. the truck. The vehicle was later returned to the owner and the youth cited into court for the two offenses. Trooper Michael Woodward cited a Bradford youth for driving while intoxicated. He was stopped in Bradford Village on Nov. 21 at 2:45 while driving a motorcycle without a headlight. The subject was subsequently processed for DWI and cited to appear in Chelsea Court. Additionally, Woodward determined the operator was driving on a suspended license. Trooper Woodward in- vestigated an accident just after midnight on Nov. 22 on Interstate 91, where Mary P. Fowler of Fairlee suffered $500. damage to the right side of her vehicle, a BMW, after a deer ran into the passenger side of the vehicle. The impact of the deer shattered the side windows, spraying glass inside the vehicle. Trooper Woodward recovered a stolen vehicle at 5 p.m. on Nov. 15 on Burnham road in Thetford. The vehicle was discovered abandoned and vanaalized in an old sand pit. It was reported as stolen out of Massachusetts. The smashed vehicle was. a 1974 Ford LTD. Trooper Michael Jennings at 7:15 p.m. on Nov. 19 responded to an accident on Interstate 91 in Wells River involving a deer, which had piled into an automobile operated by George M. Chrisman of Derby Line. The vehicle, a 1981 BMW, was damaged to the tune of $2,000. Trooper Jennings in- vestigated an accident at 2:30 a.m. on Route 113 in Thefford Center. Jennings said Russell J. Eaton of Thetford Center was operating his vehicle when he failed to negotiate a left corner, causing the vehicle to leave the road. He took nine guard posts with him and rolled over. There were no injuries, but the vehicle was totally destroyed. Trooper Jennings cited a Thetford man for driving while intoxicated after the man was involved in an ac- cident on Nov. 20 at 4 a.m. The accident occurred in Thetford. Trooper Jennings cited a Lyme resident who had been hailed over in Bradford by him. He determined the operator had been drinking and issued a citation for Chelsea Court Trooper Jennings continues to investigate an incident of disorderly conduct with a firearm, when he received a call from the Midge's Snack Bar in E. Ryegate. He said unruly customers were tossed out of the eating place at 7:30 p.m. on the night of Nov. 18, by the manager. The customers were told to leave and sometime after they left the grounds fired three shots from a high powered weapon at an unknown target. They were operating a gray Chevrolet van with red stripes along the side. A broadcast was made for units to be on the lookout, but as of this time, the people in the van have not been located. Trooper Jennings in- vestigated an accident on Nov. 21 at 2:45 a.m. on Route 113 a quarter mile west of Vershire Village. John E. Boureault, 39 of Colchester was operating a 1976 Ford truck and suffered $2,000. damage to his right front. He was travelling east along Route 113 and he left the southerly side of the road and hit the metal guard rail. The vehicle continued on and came to rest on the north side off the road. On Nov. 24 Trooper Jen- nings investigated a two vehicle accident at 10:15 a.m. between Daniel M. Carter of Corinth and Jeffrey T. Dunbar of W. Danville Dunbar was operating a 1975 Mack log truck and trailer and was hit by Carter in his Volkswagen transporter bus. The VW was totally destroyed. Jennings said he will be issuing a series of citations resulting from the accident which occurred on the dump road in E. Corinth, at the intersection of Route 25, Town Highway 4. Dunbar had stopped his log truck, on the side of the road and was standing across the road conversing with a friend. Carter driving north on Route 4 rounded the corner and hit the rear of the standing log truck. The Carter van was a total loss and it was no sur- prise to note there was no damage to the log trailer. OPEN EVERY MITE TILL XMAS g s SHOP BI ANN SAL AT OLD YOUR FURN KI OF VALLEY Yes, we building 28 years ago our Grand Dec. 4th, 1954, decided to all a little extra. SALE TO THREE DEC. BIG DEC. SERVED Cooking Microwave the famous Carousel oven. eombinaUon great one punch I 1:00 8:00P.M. W-Y-K-R -- ------"ffi ------ ---lt'''tW.....,... out of the 2:00 P.M. thru 5: Sign up for the' Stocking -- over worth of toys and I -q AIW to be given aW'  i ARTESIAN WELL CO, solutely free I llm====m[ ince 1930 Dec. 24th!! Nott buy, just sign rox 175, i.ekn, N.H. 14102 295.5112 make some boy t am - *F{NIoJlOOOO' happy on C OOOO00 morning! Just New From Martex way that T. of saying for your Door Prizes ! ! B&W TelevisiO Badminton Set Coffee Maker Silex Juicer Electric Corn and a Bi Nothing to buy up any of and the lucky will be drawn P.M, GIGANTIC ALL THREE Everything will axe and we will trading throughout the We will also offer to fit your Free delivery reasonable d[ sl VISA's will do our best to you happy and your ChristmaS bit brighter I CAN I WE LOVE yOU, TB "TRIANON" A floral print in watercolor pastels. Sheets in easy-care, no-iron percale sizes, Twin-Queen. Matching towels available. USE YOU R lyVlp.l) CHARGE y#ip8 ACCOUNT YOUR FAMILY DEPARTMENT STORE St. Johnsbury, Vt. Woodsville, N.H. OPEN LvRY NISHT Tli CHRISTMAS Page 10-The Journal Opinion-December I, 1982 Game Supper now national event (continued from page 1 ) Approximately I00 pounds of boar was prepared with orange juice, whole cloves and brown sugar. Assisting with this project was Marcia Tomlinson. The coons were de-fatted by Chris Meerbergen, Bud Cole, Charlie Zwicker. John Knight, Charles Brainerd, Ray Green and Dave Gaiser. Meanwhile the pheasant were picked clean by Dot Cole and Kay Tomlinson. The next clay, pheasant and rice. meat loafs, and stuffing were prepared by another army consisting of Dot Cole, Barbara Palmer. Melia Taxter. Dennie Clogston. Lillian Pierce. Nettle Darling and Peggy Fogg Murial Brainerd, John Knight and Marcia prepared all the coon. Dot Klemisnchon and Helen Meerbergen prepared three huge roasters of stuffing. Picking coon meat off the bones were Rich Green. Charlie Zwicker, Charlie Stimson, Bud Cole and Chris Meerbergen. Cleaning up the mess every day was the faith- ful Virginia Vittum. Now we are getting close to the Supper The day before it is time to fry sausage patties. Game sausages to the number of 1.095 and 1400 boar sausage patties were done with the following at the spatchelder: Bud Cole, Charlie Zwicker, Charlie Stimson, George Durgin, Ken Vittum, and Chris Meerbergen. Virginia came back to clean. nd rabbit pies were needed. Big huge ones, each capable of feeding 100 people each. They were done by: Tina Stever, Eleanor Don- nell y, Virginia Vittum. Maxine Erskine, Lillian Peters. Fran Hyde, Jean Knight, Helen Chatfield. Hyde and Chatfield each did two rabbit pies. And believe it or not, it all comes together on the next day and proves to be one of the most fascinating events in the area. Especially when the likes of Hod Palmer (the Elder) dressed in his finest hunting regalia, standing outside to the side of the church cooking venison and bear meat over a gas fired grill. He is fun to be with, and how the outsiders like Hod, He has funny stories and a happy word for all. He told the Journal Opinion he has had phone calls and letters over the years, after friends see him in news photos, perhaps even television, doing his cooking. Like so many others, Hod Palmer is a fixture at the Game Supper. He has been OOPELAND BUTOHER BLOOK FURNITURE Come Visit Our Factory, Buy Direct, And Save! off Our Suggested Retail Prices and more | EVERY WEEKEND NOW THRU XMAS NOON TIL 6 FRI. & SUN. 9 TIL 6 ON SATURDAY. VISA MASTERCARD --EXAMPLES-- FACTORY KITCHEN WORKCENTERS PRICED 18X36---RETAIL 8180.60 .................. 189.00 24X36--RETAIL $200.00 .................. $99.00 STOOl_g--YOUR CHOICE ............. $35.00 BUTCHER BLOCK TABLES 30X60--RETAIL--4302,40 ................ $149.00 42 ROUND RETAIL--S312.00 ............ $156.00 BUTOHER BLOCK CUTTING BOARDS ... $5.00 OOPELAND cooking the meats since the very first one. He appears to enjoy this chore with bubbling it has been suggested that one might want to get on the ticket list quickly. conversation and also with some very good venison and bear meat. Vermont State Police neu Newbury vehicle reported missing BRADFORD--Area Vermont Atherton cited a subject for have permission to operate On Nov. 19 near midnight, With that in mind, it might State Troopers stationed at driving after license be well to get your name into the Eastside Cluster. in suspension and driving a Eris Eastman as soon as Bradford have been busy vehicle without the owner's In that the Game Supper is possible. Might be well to do recently with a multitude of consent. always sold out and early this today. Tomorrow might cases. Some of their activity Rodney L. Crowe of reservations are an absolute, be toolate, presently under investigation Newbury reported that a 19 or court preparation include: year old Newbury youth took At 3:00 a.m. of Nov. 25, Crowe's 1977 pickup truck , Trooper First Class Howard from his residence and did not | Pierson Industrial Park Rt. 25 Bradford, Vt. 05033 (802) 222-4771 (I Steel Radials in Stock 00OOO),00EAR GOOD M Sh AThm J .gave Now Original All Season Radial ALWAYS FREE MOUNTING AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALS YOUR CHOICE =16.95 sl to m t Amdcan m & tmpo s33 Size 15580D13 TV CREW--Television personnel from 'WBZ's Evening News Magazine visited the Game Supper and recorded the popular event. blackwall, plus ve Front End Alignment Lube, Oil & Filter Antifreeze Change New Antifreeze, Inspect all Belts & Hoses GAME SUPPER--Line of the . Game Supper line at the United Church of Christ in * Operation Santa Claus said the program presently has donation cans out in the community and there are several special events planned to aid in his quest to surpass his goal of $2,000. He noted that the program receives assistance from ( continued from page 1 ) generous. "Christmas and children just naturally go together", Coffin offered. He said the Oxbow High School Student Council has been a great help with the program and extended a good pat-on-the-back to them. He many quarters. Knitted items -k" Indictments are donated, as are many fruit items, money is given in the form of cash and another benefit, advanced the project by the Journal Opinion will assist with advertising space at no charge. tmlmmmm'a-mmmm'm'm'm'mMm'mm"m'lmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmm ] HEAVY DUTY i HEAVY DUTY I IMPORT SIZE |fl i STEEL from i 60-Month ^ . Sift SHOCKS $'O95 [RADIAL $'G95 [H uaranzee -= "1 - /'"1 By aonroe q ' | D J SNOWS | BATTERY Pair Installed Size 145SRt3 (continued from page I) he falsified physical evidence. He was charged by Haverhill Police for the offenses which took place in E. Haverhill on Oct. 2 after a vehicle in which he was a passenger was stopped on Route 25. Two others with him were arrested on a variety of charges. Jane E. MeLaugh]in of Mud Turtle Pond Road, Orford was indicted for possessing over a pound of marijuana in Orford on Oct. 22. Charged with her was Charles E. Danielson indicted on the same charge of possessing more than one pound of marijuana. The charges were brought by State and Orford Police after arrests were made on Oct. 22. Randall Eastland of Monroe was indicted on a charge of arson and on a i separate felony charge of I burglary The offenses, of- !ficials say, occurred in Monroe on Sept. 7. Timothy Utt was indicted the recent sitting of the Grand Jury on a charge of possessing cocaine on Oct. 30. Utt is from South Vershire. the truck. The vehicle was later returned to the owner and the youth cited into court for the two offenses. Trooper Michael Woodward cited a Bradford youth for driving while intoxicated. He was stopped in Bradford Village on Nov. 21 at 2:45 while driving a motorcycle without a headlight. The subject was subsequently processed for DWI and cited to appear in Chelsea Court. Additionally, Woodward determined the operator was driving on a suspended license. Trooper Woodward in- vestigated an accident just after midnight on Nov. 22 on Interstate 91, where Mary P. Fowler of Fairlee suffered $500. damage to the right side of her vehicle, a BMW, after a deer ran into the passenger side of the vehicle. The impact of the deer shattered the side windows, spraying glass inside the vehicle. Trooper Woodward recovered a stolen vehicle at 5 p.m. on Nov. 15 on Burnham road in Thetford. The vehicle was discovered abandoned and vanaalized in an old sand pit. It was reported as stolen out of Massachusetts. The smashed vehicle was. a 1974 Ford LTD. Trooper Michael Jennings at 7:15 p.m. on Nov. 19 responded to an accident on Interstate 91 in Wells River involving a deer, which had piled into an automobile operated by George M. Chrisman of Derby Line. The vehicle, a 1981 BMW, was damaged to the tune of $2,000. Trooper Jennings in- vestigated an accident at 2:30 a.m. on Route 113 in Thefford Center. Jennings said Russell J. Eaton of Thetford Center was operating his vehicle when he failed to negotiate a left corner, causing the vehicle to leave the road. He took nine guard posts with him and rolled over. There were no injuries, but the vehicle was totally destroyed. Trooper Jennings cited a Thetford man for driving while intoxicated after the man was involved in an ac- cident on Nov. 20 at 4 a.m. The accident occurred in Thetford. Trooper Jennings cited a Lyme resident who had been hailed over in Bradford by him. He determined the operator had been drinking and issued a citation for Chelsea Court Trooper Jennings continues to investigate an incident of disorderly conduct with a firearm, when he received a call from the Midge's Snack Bar in E. Ryegate. He said unruly customers were tossed out of the eating place at 7:30 p.m. on the night of Nov. 18, by the manager. The customers were told to leave and sometime after they left the grounds fired three shots from a high powered weapon at an unknown target. They were operating a gray Chevrolet van with red stripes along the side. A broadcast was made for units to be on the lookout, but as of this time, the people in the van have not been located. Trooper Jennings in- vestigated an accident on Nov. 21 at 2:45 a.m. on Route 113 a quarter mile west of Vershire Village. John E. Boureault, 39 of Colchester was operating a 1976 Ford truck and suffered $2,000. damage to his right front. He was travelling east along Route 113 and he left the southerly side of the road and hit the metal guard rail. The vehicle continued on and came to rest on the north side off the road. On Nov. 24 Trooper Jen- nings investigated a two vehicle accident at 10:15 a.m. between Daniel M. Carter of Corinth and Jeffrey T. Dunbar of W. Danville Dunbar was operating a 1975 Mack log truck and trailer and was hit by Carter in his Volkswagen transporter bus. The VW was totally destroyed. Jennings said he will be issuing a series of citations resulting from the accident which occurred on the dump road in E. Corinth, at the intersection of Route 25, Town Highway 4. Dunbar had stopped his log truck, on the side of the road and was standing across the road conversing with a friend. Carter driving north on Route 4 rounded the corner and hit the rear of the standing log truck. The Carter van was a total loss and it was no sur- prise to note there was no damage to the log trailer. OPEN EVERY MITE TILL XMAS g s SHOP BI ANN SAL AT OLD YOUR FURN KI OF VALLEY Yes, we building 28 years ago our Grand Dec. 4th, 1954, decided to all a little extra. SALE TO THREE DEC. BIG DEC. SERVED Cooking Microwave the famous Carousel oven. eombinaUon great one punch I 1:00 8:00P.M. W-Y-K-R -- ------"ffi ------ ---lt'''tW.....,... out of the 2:00 P.M. thru 5: Sign up for the' Stocking -- over worth of toys and I -q AIW to be given aW'  i ARTESIAN WELL CO, solutely free I llm====m[ ince 1930 Dec. 24th!! Nott buy, just sign rox 175, i.ekn, N.H. 14102 295.5112 make some boy t am - *F{NIoJlOOOO' happy on C OOOO00 morning! Just New From Martex way that T. of saying for your Door Prizes ! ! B&W TelevisiO Badminton Set Coffee Maker Silex Juicer Electric Corn and a Bi Nothing to buy up any of and the lucky will be drawn P.M, GIGANTIC ALL THREE Everything will axe and we will trading throughout the We will also offer to fit your Free delivery reasonable d[ sl VISA's will do our best to you happy and your ChristmaS bit brighter I CAN I WE LOVE yOU, TB "TRIANON" A floral print in watercolor pastels. Sheets in easy-care, no-iron percale sizes, Twin-Queen. Matching towels available. USE YOU R lyVlp.l) CHARGE y#ip8 ACCOUNT YOUR FAMILY DEPARTMENT STORE St. Johnsbury, Vt. Woodsville, N.H. OPEN LvRY NISHT Tli CHRISTMAS