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December 8, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 TO MEET BUDGET TALKS The Vershire ORFORD-- The Orford School Board will be meeting on Dec. night at 7:30 in 7 at 6:30 p.m. in the Memorial School. They Hall. They will be discussing the hot budget planning for 1983-84 for policy, the school district. ANTIQUES Purchased (One Item Or Complete Estate) APPRAISALS Made (For Insurance Or Estate Purpose) AUCTIONS Conducted (Licensed & Bond,d Throughout New England) Rented if Booked In Advance Archie Steenburgh Auctioneer & Appraiser Vermo.00 State new. YM˘ A project reac, tes half wa+ point Pocketbook stolen .,:- Vermont WOODSVILLE-- This fall, the walked home by the Stocldard, Janet Thompson, Wednesday, Dec. 15 witba North Country YMCA has designated closing time. April Drown Tracy Granger. Christmas party. sponsored a Youth The total fall program has The program will end dh BRADFORD-- The Eastside Cluster of the Vermont State Police in Bradford reports some of their recent activity in the local area. On Dec. 1, Trooper First Class Howard Atherton in- vestigated a larceny in Bradford Village. Teri Pollender of Bradford had her pocketbook removed from a vehicle parked at the Veneer Mill. Trooper Jaime Coostantine on Nov. 27, investigated a vandalism matter in Wells River. He said an unknown person walked past a window at the Kathy Jackman residence and smashed the window. It is still under in- vestigation. Trooper Constantine is investigating the larceny of several television antennas at Lake Fairlee in Thefford. The antennas owned by Herb Kummel of Lake Fairlee were taken over the past several days. It is believed that two persons were involved in the theft. Trooper Constantine, on Nov. 26 took a complaint of a missing female who walked away from a farm two miles south of Bradford Village. She was last seen on that night between 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. She is described as wearing a black and red jacket, high leather boots, blue jeans, and has brown shoulder length hair. She has brown eyes and is five feet six inches. The State Police should be notified if this person is seen. Trooper Constantine on Nov. 26 investigated a tractor trailer unit on Route 302 in Groton that had slid and gone off the road. It blocked half the roadway and was pulled out by state sand trucks. Trooper Atherton in- vestigated a motor vehicle accident on Route 25 in E. Corinth at 1:15 in the morning. Meta Vickers of New York suffered extensive damage to her vehicle. She was travelling west on Route 25 and lost control and left the highway. Trooper Atherton on Nov. 26 at 6:00 p.m. in Fairlee on Route 5 investigated an ac- cident involving Kelley Elizabeth Ricker of Lebanon. She suffered extensive front and rear damage to her vehicle, a 1980 Ford. Road conditions were slushy, when she lost control and struck ledges alongside the road. She was not injured. ,# Herman Survivor Boots Dunhsm Hiking Boots ,' Mere and Womens Slippers , $otl Leather Top Boots and liners available too! Mmm and Womes casual shoe ,, Couvme & Keds high leather basketball sneaker Outreach Program in the Lisbon, Woodsville and Lancaster areas. Tim Whalen, Guidance Counselor at Woedsville High School and Charles Myers, principal at Woodsville Elementary School coordinate the program in their school system and work closely with Debi Clark Associate Director North Country YMCA. The basic purpose behind the program is establishing a positive relationship between a high school junior or senior and an elementary youngster. Each segment runs for a period of eight weeks -- Youth Outreach workers picking up their youngsters at the elementary school and spending the afternoon together. Each youngster is Burnham Mon.-Sat. 8:30-5:00 -- Fri. Night 'til 8: 00 p.m. ' -- Closed Wednesday Main, Wells Biter. Vt. 58 students involved (29 high school students matched with an equal number of elementary youngsters). Those students participating from Woodsville High School are: Debbie Lowe, Donna Chase, Cheryl Cardin, Stephanie Eastman, Leta HUMPHREY HONORED BRADFORD--- Jerry Hum- Humphrey was phrey, of Century 21 Valley congratulated for outstanding Associates of Bradford, was real estate sales ac- honored at the Million Dollar complishments at the Century Day Celebration held at the 21 Million Dollar Day. Holiday Inn in Waterbury, recently. INFLATION FIGHTER SPECIALS Monday Dessert Is On Us Your Choice Of Strawberry Shortcake Or Brownie With Hot Fudge And Ice Cream With Each Dinner Tuesday The Best $2.00 Dinner In Town Purchase First Dinner At Regular Price And Receive Second Dinner Of Equal Or Less Value For s2.00 Wednesday Fish Fry Beerbattered Fish & Chips And Salad Bar ALL YOU CAN EAT s4.95 Specials Served 5 To 9 pm Every Week In Dining Room & Lounge (ExceptHofidays) Wells River, Vermont Journal I1 Opinion 4- BOOK FOUR "Mills and Mines" $I200 i  PAPER jr c0vE BOOKS AVAILABLE AT: Brick Store, Both kd's Grm,, Wormn Clqdc's Business Mochines, Woodsvilio burn's Gmiral Store, So. Strofford Bookstore, Honorer _€ntiols Unlimited, Lancaster r Hodoo, Foirlou ro & Brofto Brodford , ton Town Clerk .vurfll nbry Ivhill Town Gk, Woodvi  Opinion, Brlford 's count act, East Thotford • tom's Store, ast Corbth t's Stem, ost Topshom Nowbury Town aork Nichols Hordwom, Lyme Northeast Slopes, E. Corinth Pourson's General Store, Boet Piemom Librory Pike Station Store, Pko River Bend Shop, South Nowlry Thomas Pharmacy, W41s River Vermont Historical Society, Montlior Vershim Town Clerk Village Book Store, Littleton West Bomet General Store Your N G€.)€ ory., So. Ryegato Nome of Kgthor,n Bioisdelt, No. Novorhill, weekday rmings SPECIAL OFFER choice of Book One, Book Two, Three, or the latest addition, Four plus a one-year subscription Journal Opinion. li : , • s e" s • : ' iiBq mr of the Journal Opinion plus Over the River and 9 ( ug t  h e , Book Four ! ! over $13.00; Hard cover $14.50 :ription outside VT. and N.H., add $2.00 i el k Three Farm, and I One, Early Tray , Boo , 'rig | tds and the Connecticut logging. Paper cover, $8.00; _ paper cover, $8.00; hard ' hard cover $10.00 I i Indians, settlers, and Paper cover, $8.00; hard cover B Paper cover $8.00; $10.0o $10.00 , • MAlL TO: Katharine Blalsdell i No. Haverhill, N.H. 03774 I 1 I prices cut 20 % to BOX WRAP ) '/t/' save 25 °/0 to 40000 save to 38 save to 30 "/" great sweaters! fisherman's knit crew, cable coat cardigan, More! regular tosale 8 to$18 Classic crew neck fisherman's knit pull-over and the perfect cotton/poly turtleneck to go under Choose from two super styles of coat cardigan with button front and belted• She'll love this gift idea! D, tVSK/N ".X. save 20 " leotards 'n tights ready for action, exercise, dancing, fun! sale *5 to *20 .choose from nylon or cotton leotards in black, wine, navy, berry, aria amethyst• Tights to match, of course• Tights reg $650 to $12. Leotards reg $12 \\; to S25 on finest leather quality handbags, six styles regular o,osale $24 to *54 Quality and selection in rich leather colors of wine, brown, black, and navy, Plenty of sizes and shapes for her perfect gift! wool and wool blend skirts in 5 great styles, super value! our reg. stos4sale $18 to s31 In circle belted, dimdle A-line belted, mitered full, and belted pull-on Quality by Century, Hunter, Allegro, Summit, and more. Sizes 8 to 18 and some 5 to 15. . corduroy bedresfi Warner soft / • o/ i save 20 / -:',.,.  save 23  ? camisole and slips , l:,, t perfect for read,ng 1. !\\; every wardrobe needs ,, these lovely undergarments ' -: . ..... - --- sale  ' $ 80 $ 20 sale 8 to 15  / Our regular $11.00 to S19.00 by .['' " ,mml t;]J[ , Ourregular , ... k] Warner. In white, beige, and black  J , $19 in ..˘'" * ,,, PerfectSizes fOrgiftallidea..., includes, bra ,sP" too,   ] assor[ed colors. HANOVER, N.H. Phone 643-3109 Open dally 9 to S Just say .,. CHARGE IT! save to 3000'0 wonderful gift pleasi g collection of soft brushed gowns and rich velour robes sale s13 to $34 Our Regular $18 to $43. , Sizes petite, small, medium, \\; large in soft brushed nylon with fancy lace and ribbon ' trim. Long velvety velour robes in wrap and zip-top • styles, Plenty of flattering col- ors. Main Street BRADFORD, VT. Phone 222-9012 Open dally 9 to 5, Frl. 'ttil i . k:l ' ° I"' ':  "'9",?- i save Save ' 20 , to 30 - 20to 40 o,,,,e,* super group of suede & leather gloves small nylon, small leathers regular $10 to $27 regular S7 to $28 sale sale $8 to 22 s4 to s23 Cold weather is with us and Choose a favorite style in everyone appreciates a soft nylon folds, small clutch warm gift, Choose from and assorted wallets, Soft fleece lined to removable leathers, nylon, and fabric, knit liners, Eight colors ! B p.m. December 8, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 TO MEET BUDGET TALKS The Vershire ORFORD-- The Orford School Board will be meeting on Dec. night at 7:30 in 7 at 6:30 p.m. in the Memorial School. They Hall. They will be discussing the hot budget planning for 1983-84 for policy, the school district. ANTIQUES Purchased (One Item Or Complete Estate) APPRAISALS Made (For Insurance Or Estate Purpose) AUCTIONS Conducted (Licensed & Bond,d Throughout New England) Rented if Booked In Advance Archie Steenburgh Auctioneer & Appraiser Vermo.00 State new. YM˘ A project reac, tes half wa+ point Pocketbook stolen .,:- Vermont WOODSVILLE-- This fall, the walked home by the Stocldard, Janet Thompson, Wednesday, Dec. 15 witba North Country YMCA has designated closing time. April Drown Tracy Granger. Christmas party. sponsored a Youth The total fall program has The program will end dh BRADFORD-- The Eastside Cluster of the Vermont State Police in Bradford reports some of their recent activity in the local area. On Dec. 1, Trooper First Class Howard Atherton in- vestigated a larceny in Bradford Village. Teri Pollender of Bradford had her pocketbook removed from a vehicle parked at the Veneer Mill. Trooper Jaime Coostantine on Nov. 27, investigated a vandalism matter in Wells River. He said an unknown person walked past a window at the Kathy Jackman residence and smashed the window. It is still under in- vestigation. Trooper Constantine is investigating the larceny of several television antennas at Lake Fairlee in Thefford. The antennas owned by Herb Kummel of Lake Fairlee were taken over the past several days. It is believed that two persons were involved in the theft. Trooper Constantine, on Nov. 26 took a complaint of a missing female who walked away from a farm two miles south of Bradford Village. She was last seen on that night between 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. She is described as wearing a black and red jacket, high leather boots, blue jeans, and has brown shoulder length hair. She has brown eyes and is five feet six inches. The State Police should be notified if this person is seen. Trooper Constantine on Nov. 26 investigated a tractor trailer unit on Route 302 in Groton that had slid and gone off the road. It blocked half the roadway and was pulled out by state sand trucks. Trooper Atherton in- vestigated a motor vehicle accident on Route 25 in E. Corinth at 1:15 in the morning. Meta Vickers of New York suffered extensive damage to her vehicle. She was travelling west on Route 25 and lost control and left the highway. Trooper Atherton on Nov. 26 at 6:00 p.m. in Fairlee on Route 5 investigated an ac- cident involving Kelley Elizabeth Ricker of Lebanon. She suffered extensive front and rear damage to her vehicle, a 1980 Ford. Road conditions were slushy, when she lost control and struck ledges alongside the road. She was not injured. ,# Herman Survivor Boots Dunhsm Hiking Boots ,' Mere and Womens Slippers , $otl Leather Top Boots and liners available too! Mmm and Womes casual shoe ,, Couvme & Keds high leather basketball sneaker Outreach Program in the Lisbon, Woodsville and Lancaster areas. Tim Whalen, Guidance Counselor at Woedsville High School and Charles Myers, principal at Woodsville Elementary School coordinate the program in their school system and work closely with Debi Clark Associate Director North Country YMCA. The basic purpose behind the program is establishing a positive relationship between a high school junior or senior and an elementary youngster. Each segment runs for a period of eight weeks -- Youth Outreach workers picking up their youngsters at the elementary school and spending the afternoon together. Each youngster is Burnham Mon.-Sat. 8:30-5:00 -- Fri. Night 'til 8: 00 p.m. ' -- Closed Wednesday Main, Wells Biter. Vt. 58 students involved (29 high school students matched with an equal number of elementary youngsters). Those students participating from Woodsville High School are: Debbie Lowe, Donna Chase, Cheryl Cardin, Stephanie Eastman, Leta HUMPHREY HONORED BRADFORD--- Jerry Hum- Humphrey was phrey, of Century 21 Valley congratulated for outstanding Associates of Bradford, was real estate sales ac- honored at the Million Dollar complishments at the Century Day Celebration held at the 21 Million Dollar Day. Holiday Inn in Waterbury, recently. INFLATION FIGHTER SPECIALS Monday Dessert Is On Us Your Choice Of Strawberry Shortcake Or Brownie With Hot Fudge And Ice Cream With Each Dinner Tuesday The Best $2.00 Dinner In Town Purchase First Dinner At Regular Price And Receive Second Dinner Of Equal Or Less Value For s2.00 Wednesday Fish Fry Beerbattered Fish & Chips And Salad Bar ALL YOU CAN EAT s4.95 Specials Served 5 To 9 pm Every Week In Dining Room & Lounge (ExceptHofidays) Wells River, Vermont Journal I1 Opinion 4- BOOK FOUR "Mills and Mines" $I200 i  PAPER jr c0vE BOOKS AVAILABLE AT: Brick Store, Both kd's Grm,, Wormn Clqdc's Business Mochines, Woodsvilio burn's Gmiral Store, So. Strofford Bookstore, Honorer _€ntiols Unlimited, Lancaster r Hodoo, Foirlou ro & Brofto Brodford , ton Town Clerk .vurfll nbry Ivhill Town Gk, Woodvi  Opinion, Brlford 's count act, East Thotford • tom's Store, ast Corbth t's Stem, ost Topshom Nowbury Town aork Nichols Hordwom, Lyme Northeast Slopes, E. Corinth Pourson's General Store, Boet Piemom Librory Pike Station Store, Pko River Bend Shop, South Nowlry Thomas Pharmacy, W41s River Vermont Historical Society, Montlior Vershim Town Clerk Village Book Store, Littleton West Bomet General Store Your N G€.)€ ory., So. Ryegato Nome of Kgthor,n Bioisdelt, No. Novorhill, weekday rmings SPECIAL OFFER choice of Book One, Book Two, Three, or the latest addition, Four plus a one-year subscription Journal Opinion. li : , • s e" s • : ' iiBq mr of the Journal Opinion plus Over the River and 9 ( ug t  h e , Book Four ! ! over $13.00; Hard cover $14.50 :ription outside VT. and N.H., add $2.00 i el k Three Farm, and I One, Early Tray , Boo , 'rig | tds and the Connecticut logging. Paper cover, $8.00; _ paper cover, $8.00; hard ' hard cover $10.00 I i Indians, settlers, and Paper cover, $8.00; hard cover B Paper cover $8.00; $10.0o $10.00 , • MAlL TO: Katharine Blalsdell i No. Haverhill, N.H. 03774 I 1 I prices cut 20 % to BOX WRAP ) '/t/' save 25 °/0 to 40000 save to 38 save to 30 "/" great sweaters! fisherman's knit crew, cable coat cardigan, More! regular tosale 8 to$18 Classic crew neck fisherman's knit pull-over and the perfect cotton/poly turtleneck to go under Choose from two super styles of coat cardigan with button front and belted• She'll love this gift idea! D, tVSK/N ".X. save 20 " leotards 'n tights ready for action, exercise, dancing, fun! sale *5 to *20 .choose from nylon or cotton leotards in black, wine, navy, berry, aria amethyst• Tights to match, of course• Tights reg $650 to $12. Leotards reg $12 \\; to S25 on finest leather quality handbags, six styles regular o,osale $24 to *54 Quality and selection in rich leather colors of wine, brown, black, and navy, Plenty of sizes and shapes for her perfect gift! wool and wool blend skirts in 5 great styles, super value! our reg. stos4sale $18 to s31 In circle belted, dimdle A-line belted, mitered full, and belted pull-on Quality by Century, Hunter, Allegro, Summit, and more. Sizes 8 to 18 and some 5 to 15. . corduroy bedresfi Warner soft / • o/ i save 20 / -:',.,.  save 23  ? camisole and slips , l:,, t perfect for read,ng 1. !\\; every wardrobe needs ,, these lovely undergarments ' -: . ..... - --- sale  ' $ 80 $ 20 sale 8 to 15  / Our regular $11.00 to S19.00 by .['' " ,mml t;]J[ , Ourregular , ... k] Warner. In white, beige, and black  J , $19 in ..˘'" * ,,, PerfectSizes fOrgiftallidea..., includes, bra ,sP" too,   ] assor[ed colors. HANOVER, N.H. Phone 643-3109 Open dally 9 to S Just say .,. CHARGE IT! save to 3000'0 wonderful gift pleasi g collection of soft brushed gowns and rich velour robes sale s13 to $34 Our Regular $18 to $43. , Sizes petite, small, medium, \\; large in soft brushed nylon with fancy lace and ribbon ' trim. Long velvety velour robes in wrap and zip-top • styles, Plenty of flattering col- ors. Main Street BRADFORD, VT. Phone 222-9012 Open dally 9 to 5, Frl. 'ttil i . k:l ' ° I"' ':  "'9",?- i save Save ' 20 , to 30 - 20to 40 o,,,,e,* super group of suede & leather gloves small nylon, small leathers regular $10 to $27 regular S7 to $28 sale sale $8 to 22 s4 to s23 Cold weather is with us and Choose a favorite style in everyone appreciates a soft nylon folds, small clutch warm gift, Choose from and assorted wallets, Soft fleece lined to removable leathers, nylon, and fabric, knit liners, Eight colors ! B p.m.