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Page 8-The Journal Opinion-December 8. 1962 District Court report_ Wei00 River man a00dltv of disorderly conduct CHELSEA-- During recent Orange County District Court action, several persons were heard relative to various Haverhill Oerk reports law book stol, m From &apos;" HAVERHILL-- The Haverhill damage. Officer Walter Palmer, through his attorney, Police Department has been George indicated there were sought community service, busy investigating a number no injuries. Allen was charged should the charge be nol of incidents. Among them are for failure to yield the right of pressed. Authorities agreed released on personal the following : way. and Palmer was ordered to a recognizance after being Raymond Haines Jr. of Pike . 12 hour period of community charged with passing a forged reported the theft of six cords Mrs. Helen Smith, Clerk of labor. check in Wells River. of pulpwood valued at $200 the Haverhill District Court received a theft report from and slid off the road, hitting a Russell W. Wayne of N. telephone guy wire on Route Haverhill. He reported that a 25, causing extensive damage 11 22 calibre handgun was to the side of his vehicle. removed from his vehicle and carried off by an unidentified On Nov. 29, Randall O. ] person. The matter is under Gibson was arrested by investigation and authorities Officer Bernard A. Marvin, III Different Christmas from COINS & HOBBIES For the beginning collector of cards, coins or stamps, we Starting Kits which contain needed by the beginning hobbyist. Coins Starter Kit -- $24.00 offenses. Among them were: from his woodlot on County reported to police that a New Nancy Overton of Cora's report that theft of a firearm for contempt of court for a  ' Hope Borrey and Penny A Bradford resident, roadinN. Haverhill. Hampshire Criminal Code Trailer Park inN. Haverhill is a Class A felony, warrant out of Haverhill  St.amp,sS!arter.Kit--=$21=00 Borrey of Bradford who Edward Wendell was found  book was removed from her reported the theft of firewood ---- District Court for failure to  tiaseoall Dares -- .uu pleaded guilty to charges of guilty on a charge of driving Earlier during the last week office Later, peace arrested The theft occurred in a Sergeant MacDonald in- nay a fine He was brought  These prices are 20 fo off regular retail petty larceny in Bradford while intoxicated recently in of November, Clinton Nelly of Barbara J. Scott of Newbury, woodlot on Limekiln road in vestiaated a single motor irecilv before the court and , ,  j . earlier this year. They were Bradford. He was fined $150 Cornmh was arrested m his charging her wnth theft of the Center Haverhill Value was vehicle accident on Route25in his fine was,aid   0 T T_ L R..A, originally charged with taking for the offense, townafter failing toappearin item. placed at $150. " Haverhill, when Ruby Dubay "'" ....  ,.OlnS  Tl(JL][.l property belonging to the court on a warrant issued by She was brought to the __ of Manchester slid off the road  ,.n T_ tz-:-- n .... Sampson and Delilah Beauty the Haverhill Police. He was police station and processed, Norman W Lackie was in a snow storm No citations _ ,I PO. IVlaltt, Dal-l- , Shop on Main street. Fines of processed and released on where she was released on arrested by Officer Roy Irwin wereissued " INTERESTING FACT  479-0780 U $150 each were levied against .]ipqoh lrt]za $220 cash hail, to. appea, r personal recognizance, in that at his N Haverhill.. home and __" There are six known  .................. .... . - am .... o.lt thesubjects:_ ,..,,. aa, La, L, cb!2: ?V:ehfll Distct iuho:!t:ePr%atbtefeaha attarget t:iwli:rgt acParPr poacmeha?eeZa ::nPt rtutt  gaates e i:efxist?i.am &rT.n='Z=.  R:;eharleaGllan, tof W:lla s t fun g of disorderly conduct with a control during a snowstorm .. ' p ' gu" y , ,n  motor vehicle. He was , L'//I/--'f/-O--o='----''\\;'I/O ..'--T'Y'7. Samuel S. Palmer was processed and released on ... . *. : % . ; . o  ", ---- ....... ""-' onChargeNov, of 6 indiSrderlYNewburyCndUCtHe was BETHLEHEM,a[ me rOClCSN.H._ uor Atwo vehicle accident.on arrested for criminal trespass $220 cash bail. . ;o,.  .)o4  t  :i charged with punching an drawn sleigh rides "over the Lntrai street m wooasvme at 22 Maple street in Wood-  ..........................  I uWA!-I/// "\\;- : was investigated at 7 p m sville the residen " FI  - .  .... * ' Central vermont's favorite Men s  toys near atom" '    . officer who had been called to fields and through the woods" ... : , ce ot oyo Dougtas wright ot Tiiton *jev ,  q L /k a disturbance at the Gilman ofaturn-of-the-centuryfarm Pa. nAll.e, ofWbooerVla Hunt. Palmer was transperted was transported to the , nlll.l$ lAlmP  ------_ [ residence. He was given a fine estate head the bill of winter Llnua Macoma ..... to the Grafton County Jail and Grafton County Jail by  MRlJ[Rlll || [[|lMil O_+ ,(//  of $100. programs announced today by ttavernih operazmS. .mmr lodged in lieu of bail. Walter Belknap County Sheriffs on a ' []]I[[VJ][[[ ll[]lVlU|illi[  X/dlkl lkNl  ,,. - the Society for the Protection venciesC?ee: c?feraae a GOcregre " ;Sortlthe arresting Haverhill charge of failure to  ,  ........ i " ] -iK Ginger Pierce of Groton was of New Hampsbire Forests. " . S y thereafter, answer a summons. He was .  VfiftD  xiL_.-  The rides offer the public an = __ ........ , .... ,e,., .... .tr .... ',,, earlier arrested in Haverhill .  I t/U   - - ", ,-, ........ exciting glimpse of yesterday J-flF.  for operating without a valid B  CHRISTMAS   u, .t...+" f. .. ,,-,e, [ on the Society's reservation at [_-x. "''"'''/'"5."t license. He was arrested by ,  nl  C LII1Lt I owe me ort I "The Rocks," summer home [i w w e  6'''dfd Officer Terry Alexander and *  SHOPPING - ,,,'" = ........ " '-- heldinlieuofcashbail   * '   u " \\;'W, --=- - .......  J i U } Jacob Glessner. Sleigh rides, ]. dt      r  HEADQUAKIi. | i,, .... l available seven days a week __ __  :--J Sergeant John MacDonald   "'" x'//Panasonic 00ouno | IV'I||||OII I by reservation, augment a [idg'-.'1 ......A.__/]III investigated the burglary at  - --, =: - .  ",SG-V33 ! ., -- I series of special events [l L i,.,,(]rLTl,[ the Dorothy Spies residence   LEVI'S   AM/FM Stereo Receiver with f--qfl i lvemoes } scheduled throughout the K r "-----. --,1 " illii'4g/.I on Route 10 in Haverhill. ll@ i -:---_"_----]: ! . u,rtsrmwt',u ' x Built-in Cassette Player/Record- qi,.,J.l,([,l,, I  I winter months as part of the }.r   o lkA Parties unknown had gained  - - ' :=- i _.__.t,..t,   er, Fully Automatic Record Player, [ ,g' [ North Country Education [j  t;noose trom a , entry sometime during the   INDIAN *o  and Speakers. ' . . !' third week of November and  JAYMAR   Re ular 349 95 [ .:, ] Program. large selection of quality clothm_g, , g * A E 90 ] ,,' ,K [ Sleigh rides begin at The k large i  as yet it is undetermined just '  n,,D,'r  _ " " S V $ what, f anything, was  ]  '-" .. [ Rocks' Blacksmith Shop  gffts for women and children. ',,...', j] ..   rux==x,. ., ,. d A 1 A A I [ ];.  [where displays and a tour 1.. A " " I/ ! " Last wr" George g  OTHERPLUSMANYBRAND *  bT--U t  * .. '' I guide are available to tell the m ]  I history of the estate and to ' r Free Gaff Wrapp,ng  ! . remove{] o tl00auo_ntersl Society in p, rotecting New I/J k& "k Credit Cards Welcome . iancVetingtedon aAtn-::isCulc e NAMECLOTttING 3  __ 111I "_ _. I.- - I Hampshire s natural I:;;,  ......... :f,:, [ street in Woodsville. At 9:50 ;. ;  All ]]1116" l, ] resources. Vitors then board "'" * Sign" Up For Weekly pm a vehicle operated by  :  L[g ,r Weekly .,1 David H Esty of Windsor ,.9,. ' " BIG SELECTION  ,Ltti  r " ' -" t  ] the sleigh, pulled by a team of , . .  ms m'mm  mmm,  - mm 1. ...... ,':////[ Belgian work horses named [,/t $25 O0 Gift Certificate caielemt conc Whavi  ,l POPULAR PRICES    ., .,__ ._,_ ,.__. ,:,t  ] "Colonel" and "Major". ' yen ope area y o* =, m m am,,  i ' l I CREDIT CARDS WELCOME , w'" I (.,,uons  [ Along the route of the ride are It/=/Ill )  .\\;,iv;  Phelps of Northfield. Damage . l__q_.l .  j .,. Iwt, Vt. 4764114 I .... ] breathtaking views of the I "J I n.o.c..ao. [  l was moderate and no citations .*il,,i 185N MAINST BARRE VT "   - " - He Dfftnsiorle e l . ' I distant Presidential Rang [-,.--';'| I vu-,,---o,o iv - "1 were issued. r " "  "  [, ,,,,__,, .... t,,,,nl I beh'eelleparems' ! anu .... the umque buildings [l: e [ !1.4 I "-" 1 -'. ,, . ..... " o... - [ am,tyioveardatecuo I wmcn were Erie working ' Orce'ra"fet/me'g'm | center ' "rne ttocas mrm" e..I    " " q " g fl  t Sterm, Silve $39 95 / After the ride hot drinks are ' AlrJ 'ng 0K a'nd 14K G'!d ' served arund a weederDe" In SBNt. i  & R I "- I warmer months, wagons 0U [ i.'iiie,,,,,,",l ] replace sleighs and shaded \\; i [ ............. | woodland paths offer a cool 158 North Maln St. =.e,v,. . 11131" 00llin(00'IP.. ll00l00n " escape from the busy high-  ....... ' " " '   " ' ...... ] G00DFELLOWS } way. . ,,,,-,m-< ............... n  mm j w mmmj,o w,,m m# I """"" / " " ' " ' " n ,..., ,,.,,.,.,..,.. ...... ..... .....  ---,, ......,.,,..,. That s What You Cet When Whntcombs Celebrates Thenr 74th An wersary ' ;,,,..,.,.,,,.?,,,,.+,lt,:ttl_" And At The Same Time Prepares For New 1983 Furniture DeliverieS.YourselfiVisit Randolph _t_.. , .,/s .  Whitcomb s Montpelier AndEast Barre Stores Today And See For soil award RECUNERS 20%Off BEDROOM 20%Off 3 V " '"tm'llt WELI"S RIVER-- Results of {}   A'. { ................. ...............  . ............................ " -------I L ...... :i [ .  i Judging Contest have been . __ ..................................... q =_ k  l announced by the White River . . ...... , I: , iAaiT/ A] EtA%l I -- .... Mersman Khng Ms.x ,,ehead _ J . ff I Conservation District Office in ....... .z-.,. ---- , .[ j*  Knobct,.,k.H,t(h((xk. GordOn's ..... t. -,.A .... jr l Randolph. --,,......."'' ....... 0 Offl ', U i  i The1982 contest was held at ,..,.... ......... ' H t J SLEEPERS 20% , lOccasmnalTablesZU00(J the farm of Perry and Carol T ..--,- ..... .--.--.,.-.,  , , .    -----, , 'r_, . .W _  . Hedgdon of Randolph and 35  .....--""'":-""    I Ill  1 I [ ..rl.. "'iE a'r'' -[ teams of students -- 140 in all ................................... " m.._...--A ' students are memhers of the ----'" LY EDD N ' 'nl '' ' lltureFarmersofAnleriea, } H I" '' SEA B I G !n5tocktelescopeFumiture .aSAV[j,=, I Ill Nll_l I It" .' ] with chapters at the Vermont ' . ' , . u | m ummv mmv I vocational agricultural  r ] }l i  Save 29%-39%on Posturepedlc I [ ":" ' I Outdoor FumitureU.J I , o o "  .'i . t-.-_ ...... . " (In Stock Lloyd & Lawnhte 20q6 Off) ] ._ m schools around the state. }  ] tl '  OtherSealv Bedding Save 33%-50% [ , .m ...... [ (tnStock ILoyd&Lawnlite20%Off) | Air I Twenty schools were   I  _:_ ............... j . - I I " I represented at the gathering.  019:$0-5:00, rhq*9:30-9:00, Olfl/ ', i ,i  | ........... ] The students judged four ,drtt.lrlJ[,V, different land parceis for their  nn__ ..... ............... 1 i" ] n potential, for drainage  n [] Ill  .... , ........... , ........ - ....... - ..... ,.,,n, .rr. 4 i l characteristics, soils depths,   f/ I//,/,,, (J.-/./.. ..4-  living Room 20%0ff ,,,, =. sty: >__ ] ROCKERS ZOToUn l A,,,..rm,,A,,,,dv.m,,/ttl.0,t ii howClr andthe USesoillimitationS,was formed.and t IN DOWNTOWN BA"RE _   --J L - I,,C--,.,;,  _- ' ,o.o0,.0 I Students were allowed fifteen  VtSAormssterCsrCwewom, u  .............................. B '.' [;tl l_1111tl n minutes to judge each of the .. 1981 VW RABBIT, 4 dr., 4 ] four sites. They relied on an !. 'F{,"2"7.0}i extenswe series of ob- .,,.....IH,,h..k, ..... ., ;.80 MAZDA RX7 GS. J prepared questions about the  g'2'" $, Dining Room 20 1 6ii" 1980MAZDARXTGS, S1 different soils and their  __ ...... .. --- ' spd, AM-FM-cssette,| potential. The students used a : a.l.loys, sumroof, 45,000,i newly prepared Vermont Soils silver | Judging Guide as a basis for .! e[ ')('  -- gfr[l t:ll_Wtt  0% 1979 SUB decisions of the soil type being ;;PE SUsARya :A evaluated this y ar  aly Malt es , 0 ARU FE e " . r s Pads. Pillows PFALTZGP, AFF AT LEAST :m'%;on" "1 The first place, winning New Shipment Just Ardv .... r 2 . _ 1979 FORD FIESTA, 21 Abraham Union Schools team .,, .j . dr., 5 spd., AM-FM,I taking the $500. first prize '    Y"-l  ......... " 56,000. tan I offered by the Vermont l_ .............. " , I 1977 VW RABBIT. 4 dr.. 41 Association of Conservation --/ ". F.----Af--  -]1 ii .. -,'."'':1 Districts Second place went o. ' to Lake RegionS High School * :: Edition, 85,000,1 of OrleanS and third place to   errs 20%Off Flooring & Carps.ring green i Enosburg Falls Union. There    I  " " --" 'F]V-;stl:e[ 11980 MAZDA GLC, 2 dr., 5| WaSwith ahonorstie fOrbeinghigh individual,shared by * Cotton Clothing From ,o.,._  ............. | Peter Brown of Mr. Abraham .  , " .......... n and Robert Garrow of  Around The World.  ---q i: .':- 17a0 .... C.HEV.Y_ , I EnosburgFalls. 'h . . . @ r,. . .  l'ls.Alc)Af.dalOrderEvent I r-lkrz--r .r- 411! I oodSelectien JSWe/f u[ane Student Secretary Rolltop t. Y  Save At Least 2096 On Custom Order t " " _ ___- I - Stuclt retary Rolltop L silver, 36.000 - l I .......  @ D ....  Furniture In Your Choice Of Hundreds [ ......... "--7"-. C ......  _ .. Y CAMARO, 21 t   .ug  Of Styles, Fabrics and Finishes! / ":. i " " ----- uto.p.s., p.b., I I  .  Woolen Sox And Hats ,7,,.,,,, o. I I i  mOVE  *  --  " " CROS " " ' ] O0 % Cotton Flannel Sheets , ,,1 ,= i in,. F urnilun. 1 SWAYI I m .& , ,,..,. , ,,., ,, ._  ! I li,,-,=-W--a"a"'m,,,meha" nli'== I Main Street, EastBarre 476-5504 n l ,n#arens;/onesa 00oys I/I/! IIII "1 II ! II lJ 46 State Street, Montpelier 229-01300 ROAD' I t t0n  And Much, Much More/  1[ 1[ lllILILflL! 1 llJO HRS:9AM-5PM, Monday-Saturday; Friday" 'til9PM BARqRHE'iV?222NT I I   ALSO OPEN SuNDAYS u4 tz (,drlM.Is dll(! Kill ht.ll Ik.sl(Inl Montpeher Store closes at 12 Noon on Saturday TOLL FREE m t 4 1982 Dorsey I.aborator/t Divisio. Of _ n [ Sonde;t, |he:, | ...... In, Nebroska 68501 * . . 4t. . #  t ., .; - Page 8-The Journal Opinion-December 8. 1962 District Court report_ Wei00 River man a00dltv of disorderly conduct CHELSEA-- During recent Orange County District Court action, several persons were heard relative to various Haverhill Oerk reports law book stol, m From '" HAVERHILL-- The Haverhill damage. Officer Walter Palmer, through his attorney, Police Department has been George indicated there were sought community service, busy investigating a number no injuries. Allen was charged should the charge be nol of incidents. Among them are for failure to yield the right of pressed. Authorities agreed released on personal the following : way. and Palmer was ordered to a recognizance after being Raymond Haines Jr. of Pike . 12 hour period of community charged with passing a forged reported the theft of six cords Mrs. Helen Smith, Clerk of labor. check in Wells River. of pulpwood valued at $200 the Haverhill District Court received a theft report from and slid off the road, hitting a Russell W. Wayne of N. telephone guy wire on Route Haverhill. He reported that a 25, causing extensive damage 11 22 calibre handgun was to the side of his vehicle. removed from his vehicle and carried off by an unidentified On Nov. 29, Randall O. ] person. The matter is under Gibson was arrested by investigation and authorities Officer Bernard A. Marvin, III Different Christmas from COINS & HOBBIES For the beginning collector of cards, coins or stamps, we Starting Kits which contain needed by the beginning hobbyist. Coins Starter Kit -- $24.00 offenses. Among them were: from his woodlot on County reported to police that a New Nancy Overton of Cora's report that theft of a firearm for contempt of court for a  ' Hope Borrey and Penny A Bradford resident, roadinN. Haverhill. Hampshire Criminal Code Trailer Park inN. Haverhill is a Class A felony, warrant out of Haverhill  St.amp,sS!arter.Kit--=$21=00 Borrey of Bradford who Edward Wendell was found  book was removed from her reported the theft of firewood ---- District Court for failure to  tiaseoall Dares -- .uu pleaded guilty to charges of guilty on a charge of driving Earlier during the last week office Later, peace arrested The theft occurred in a Sergeant MacDonald in- nay a fine He was brought  These prices are 20 fo off regular retail petty larceny in Bradford while intoxicated recently in of November, Clinton Nelly of Barbara J. Scott of Newbury, woodlot on Limekiln road in vestiaated a single motor irecilv before the court and , ,  j . earlier this year. They were Bradford. He was fined $150 Cornmh was arrested m his charging her wnth theft of the Center Haverhill Value was vehicle accident on Route25in his fine was,aid   0 T T_ L R..A, originally charged with taking for the offense, townafter failing toappearin item. placed at $150. " Haverhill, when Ruby Dubay "'" ....  ,.OlnS  Tl(JL][.l property belonging to the court on a warrant issued by She was brought to the __ of Manchester slid off the road  ,.n T_ tz-:-- n .... Sampson and Delilah Beauty the Haverhill Police. He was police station and processed, Norman W Lackie was in a snow storm No citations _ ,I PO. IVlaltt, Dal-l- , Shop on Main street. Fines of processed and released on where she was released on arrested by Officer Roy Irwin wereissued " INTERESTING FACT  479-0780 U $150 each were levied against .]ipqoh lrt]za $220 cash hail, to. appea, r personal recognizance, in that at his N Haverhill.. home and __" There are six known  .................. .... . - am .... o.lt thesubjects:_ ,..,,. aa, La, L, cb!2: ?V:ehfll Distct iuho:!t:ePr%atbtefeaha attarget t:iwli:rgt acParPr poacmeha?eeZa ::nPt rtutt  gaates e i:efxist?i.am &rT.n='Z=.  R:;eharleaGllan, tof W:lla s t fun g of disorderly conduct with a control during a snowstorm .. ' p ' gu" y , ,n  motor vehicle. He was , L'//I/--'f/-O--o='----''\\;'I/O ..'--T'Y'7. Samuel S. Palmer was processed and released on ... . *. : % . ; . o  ", ---- ....... ""-' onChargeNov, of 6 indiSrderlYNewburyCndUCtHe was BETHLEHEM,a[ me rOClCSN.H._ uor Atwo vehicle accident.on arrested for criminal trespass $220 cash bail. . ;o,.  .)o4  t  :i charged with punching an drawn sleigh rides "over the Lntrai street m wooasvme at 22 Maple street in Wood-  ..........................  I uWA!-I/// "\\;- : was investigated at 7 p m sville the residen " FI  - .  .... * ' Central vermont's favorite Men s  toys near atom" '    . officer who had been called to fields and through the woods" ... : , ce ot oyo Dougtas wright ot Tiiton *jev ,  q L /k a disturbance at the Gilman ofaturn-of-the-centuryfarm Pa. nAll.e, ofWbooerVla Hunt. Palmer was transperted was transported to the , nlll.l$ lAlmP  ------_ [ residence. He was given a fine estate head the bill of winter Llnua Macoma ..... to the Grafton County Jail and Grafton County Jail by  MRlJ[Rlll || [[|lMil O_+ ,(//  of $100. programs announced today by ttavernih operazmS. .mmr lodged in lieu of bail. Walter Belknap County Sheriffs on a ' []]I[[VJ][[[ ll[]lVlU|illi[  X/dlkl lkNl  ,,. - the Society for the Protection venciesC?ee: c?feraae a GOcregre " ;Sortlthe arresting Haverhill charge of failure to  ,  ........ i " ] -iK Ginger Pierce of Groton was of New Hampsbire Forests. " . S y thereafter, answer a summons. He was .  VfiftD  xiL_.-  The rides offer the public an = __ ........ , .... ,e,., .... .tr .... ',,, earlier arrested in Haverhill .  I t/U   - - ", ,-, ........ exciting glimpse of yesterday J-flF.  for operating without a valid B  CHRISTMAS   u, .t...+" f. .. ,,-,e, [ on the Society's reservation at [_-x. "''"'''/'"5."t license. He was arrested by ,  nl  C LII1Lt I owe me ort I "The Rocks," summer home [i w w e  6'''dfd Officer Terry Alexander and *  SHOPPING - ,,,'" = ........ " '-- heldinlieuofcashbail   * '   u " \\;'W, --=- - .......  J i U } Jacob Glessner. Sleigh rides, ]. dt      r  HEADQUAKIi. | i,, .... l available seven days a week __ __  :--J Sergeant John MacDonald   "'" x'//Panasonic 00ouno | IV'I||||OII I by reservation, augment a [idg'-.'1 ......A.__/]III investigated the burglary at  - --, =: - .  ",SG-V33 ! ., -- I series of special events [l L i,.,,(]rLTl,[ the Dorothy Spies residence   LEVI'S   AM/FM Stereo Receiver with f--qfl i lvemoes } scheduled throughout the K r "-----. --,1 " illii'4g/.I on Route 10 in Haverhill. ll@ i -:---_"_----]: ! . u,rtsrmwt',u ' x Built-in Cassette Player/Record- qi,.,J.l,([,l,, I  I winter months as part of the }.r   o lkA Parties unknown had gained  - - ' :=- i _.__.t,..t,   er, Fully Automatic Record Player, [ ,g' [ North Country Education [j  t;noose trom a , entry sometime during the   INDIAN *o  and Speakers. ' . . !' third week of November and  JAYMAR   Re ular 349 95 [ .:, ] Program. large selection of quality clothm_g, , g * A E 90 ] ,,' ,K [ Sleigh rides begin at The k large i  as yet it is undetermined just '  n,,D,'r  _ " " S V $ what, f anything, was  ]  '-" .. [ Rocks' Blacksmith Shop  gffts for women and children. ',,...', j] ..   rux==x,. ., ,. d A 1 A A I [ ];.  [where displays and a tour 1.. A " " I/ ! " Last wr" George g  OTHERPLUSMANYBRAND *  bT--U t  * .. '' I guide are available to tell the m ]  I history of the estate and to ' r Free Gaff Wrapp,ng  ! . remove{] o tl00auo_ntersl Society in p, rotecting New I/J k& "k Credit Cards Welcome . iancVetingtedon aAtn-::isCulc e NAMECLOTttING 3  __ 111I "_ _. I.- - I Hampshire s natural I:;;,  ......... :f,:, [ street in Woodsville. At 9:50 ;. ;  All ]]1116" l, ] resources. Vitors then board "'" * Sign" Up For Weekly pm a vehicle operated by  :  L[g ,r Weekly .,1 David H Esty of Windsor ,.9,. ' " BIG SELECTION  ,Ltti  r " ' -" t  ] the sleigh, pulled by a team of , . .  ms m'mm  mmm,  - mm 1. ...... ,':////[ Belgian work horses named [,/t $25 O0 Gift Certificate caielemt conc Whavi  ,l POPULAR PRICES    ., .,__ ._,_ ,.__. ,:,t  ] "Colonel" and "Major". ' yen ope area y o* =, m m am,,  i ' l I CREDIT CARDS WELCOME , w'" I (.,,uons  [ Along the route of the ride are It/=/Ill )  .\\;,iv;  Phelps of Northfield. Damage . l__q_.l .  j .,. Iwt, Vt. 4764114 I .... ] breathtaking views of the I "J I n.o.c..ao. [  l was moderate and no citations .*il,,i 185N MAINST BARRE VT "   - " - He Dfftnsiorle e l . ' I distant Presidential Rang [-,.--';'| I vu-,,---o,o iv - "1 were issued. r " "  "  [, ,,,,__,, .... t,,,,nl I beh'eelleparems' ! anu .... the umque buildings [l: e [ !1.4 I "-" 1 -'. ,, . ..... " o... - [ am,tyioveardatecuo I wmcn were Erie working ' Orce'ra"fet/me'g'm | center ' "rne ttocas mrm" e..I    " " q " g fl  t Sterm, Silve $39 95 / After the ride hot drinks are ' AlrJ 'ng 0K a'nd 14K G'!d ' served arund a weederDe" In SBNt. i  & R I "- I warmer months, wagons 0U [ i.'iiie,,,,,,",l ] replace sleighs and shaded \\; i [ ............. | woodland paths offer a cool 158 North Maln St. =.e,v,. . 11131" 00llin(00'IP.. ll00l00n " escape from the busy high-  ....... ' " " '   " ' ...... ] G00DFELLOWS } way. . ,,,,-,m-< ............... n  mm j w mmmj,o w,,m m# I """"" / " " ' " ' " n ,..., ,,.,,.,.,..,.. ...... ..... .....  ---,, ......,.,,..,. That s What You Cet When Whntcombs Celebrates Thenr 74th An wersary ' ;,,,..,.,.,,,.?,,,,.+,lt,:ttl_" And At The Same Time Prepares For New 1983 Furniture DeliverieS.YourselfiVisit Randolph _t_.. , .,/s .  Whitcomb s Montpelier AndEast Barre Stores Today And See For soil award RECUNERS 20%Off BEDROOM 20%Off 3 V " '"tm'llt WELI"S RIVER-- Results of {}   A'. { ................. ...............  . ............................ " -------I L ...... :i [ .  i Judging Contest have been . __ ..................................... q =_ k  l announced by the White River . . ...... , I: , iAaiT/ A] EtA%l I -- .... Mersman Khng Ms.x ,,ehead _ J . ff I Conservation District Office in ....... .z-.,. ---- , .[ j*  Knobct,.,k.H,t(h((xk. GordOn's ..... t. -,.A .... jr l Randolph. --,,......."'' ....... 0 Offl ', U i  i The1982 contest was held at ,..,.... ......... ' H t J SLEEPERS 20% , lOccasmnalTablesZU00(J the farm of Perry and Carol T ..--,- ..... .--.--.,.-.,  , , .    -----, , 'r_, . .W _  . Hedgdon of Randolph and 35  .....--""'":-""    I Ill  1 I [ ..rl.. "'iE a'r'' -[ teams of students -- 140 in all ................................... " m.._...--A ' students are memhers of the ----'" LY EDD N ' 'nl '' ' lltureFarmersofAnleriea, } H I" '' SEA B I G !n5tocktelescopeFumiture .aSAV[j,=, I Ill Nll_l I It" .' ] with chapters at the Vermont ' . ' , . u | m ummv mmv I vocational agricultural  r ] }l i  Save 29%-39%on Posturepedlc I [ ":" ' I Outdoor FumitureU.J I , o o "  .'i . t-.-_ ...... . " (In Stock Lloyd & Lawnhte 20q6 Off) ] ._ m schools around the state. }  ] tl '  OtherSealv Bedding Save 33%-50% [ , .m ...... [ (tnStock ILoyd&Lawnlite20%Off) | Air I Twenty schools were   I  _:_ ............... j . - I I " I represented at the gathering.  019:$0-5:00, rhq*9:30-9:00, Olfl/ ', i ,i  | ........... ] The students judged four ,drtt.lrlJ[,V, different land parceis for their  nn__ ..... ............... 1 i" ] n potential, for drainage  n [] Ill  .... , ........... , ........ - ....... - ..... ,.,,n, .rr. 4 i l characteristics, soils depths,   f/ I//,/,,, (J.-/./.. ..4-  living Room 20%0ff ,,,, =. sty: >__ ] ROCKERS ZOToUn l A,,,..rm,,A,,,,dv.m,,/ttl.0,t ii howClr andthe USesoillimitationS,was formed.and t IN DOWNTOWN BA"RE _   --J L - I,,C--,.,;,  _- ' ,o.o0,.0 I Students were allowed fifteen  VtSAormssterCsrCwewom, u  .............................. B '.' [;tl l_1111tl n minutes to judge each of the .. 1981 VW RABBIT, 4 dr., 4 ] four sites. They relied on an !. 'F{,"2"7.0}i extenswe series of ob- .,,.....IH,,h..k, ..... ., ;.80 MAZDA RX7 GS. J prepared questions about the  g'2'" $, Dining Room 20 1 6ii" 1980MAZDARXTGS, S1 different soils and their  __ ...... .. --- ' spd, AM-FM-cssette,| potential. The students used a : a.l.loys, sumroof, 45,000,i newly prepared Vermont Soils silver | Judging Guide as a basis for .! e[ ')('  -- gfr[l t:ll_Wtt  0% 1979 SUB decisions of the soil type being ;;PE SUsARya :A evaluated this y ar  aly Malt es , 0 ARU FE e " . r s Pads. Pillows PFALTZGP, AFF AT LEAST :m'%;on" "1 The first place, winning New Shipment Just Ardv .... r 2 . _ 1979 FORD FIESTA, 21 Abraham Union Schools team .,, .j . dr., 5 spd., AM-FM,I taking the $500. first prize '    Y"-l  ......... " 56,000. tan I offered by the Vermont l_ .............. " , I 1977 VW RABBIT. 4 dr.. 41 Association of Conservation --/ ". F.----Af--  -]1 ii .. -,'."'':1 Districts Second place went o. ' to Lake RegionS High School * :: Edition, 85,000,1 of OrleanS and third place to   errs 20%Off Flooring & Carps.ring green i Enosburg Falls Union. There    I  " " --" 'F]V-;stl:e[ 11980 MAZDA GLC, 2 dr., 5| WaSwith ahonorstie fOrbeinghigh individual,shared by * Cotton Clothing From ,o.,._  ............. | Peter Brown of Mr. Abraham .  , " .......... n and Robert Garrow of  Around The World.  ---q i: .':- 17a0 .... C.HEV.Y_ , I EnosburgFalls. 'h . . . @ r,. . .  l'ls.Alc)Af.dalOrderEvent I r-lkrz--r .r- 411! I oodSelectien JSWe/f u[ane Student Secretary Rolltop t. Y  Save At Least 2096 On Custom Order t " " _ ___- I - Stuclt retary Rolltop L silver, 36.000 - l I .......  @ D ....  Furniture In Your Choice Of Hundreds [ ......... "--7"-. C ......  _ .. Y CAMARO, 21 t   .ug  Of Styles, Fabrics and Finishes! / ":. i " " ----- uto.p.s., p.b., I I  .  Woolen Sox And Hats ,7,,.,,,, o. I I i  mOVE  *  --  " " CROS " " ' ] O0 % Cotton Flannel Sheets , ,,1 ,= i in,. F urnilun. 1 SWAYI I m .& , ,,..,. , ,,., ,, ._  ! I li,,-,=-W--a"a"'m,,,meha" nli'== I Main Street, EastBarre 476-5504 n l ,n#arens;/onesa 00oys I/I/! IIII "1 II ! II lJ 46 State Street, Montpelier 229-01300 ROAD' I t t0n  And Much, Much More/  1[ 1[ lllILILflL! 1 llJO HRS:9AM-5PM, Monday-Saturday; Friday" 'til9PM BARqRHE'iV?222NT I I   ALSO OPEN SuNDAYS u4 tz (,drlM.Is dll(! Kill ht.ll Ik.sl(Inl Montpeher Store closes at 12 Noon on Saturday TOLL FREE m t 4 1982 Dorsey I.aborator/t Divisio. Of _ n [ Sonde;t, |he:, | ...... In, Nebroska 68501 * . . 4t. . #  t ., .; -