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Page 12-The Journal Opinion-December 8, 1982 -- Free Delivery -- Free Layaway -- Lifetime Guarantee -- More than zOO In Stock "A SOLID, WELL-MADE RECLINER FORA REASONABLE PRICE" -- Wallaways -- Rocker Recliners -- Swivel Rockers LE ,UItNIlrU" -- Cloth AND CARP|T __ Vinyl BRADFORD, VT, 222-5758  Leather icaFP-] A SIMPLE THROUGH. The Konica FP-1 puts you on Automatic Pilot. Nothing to set or figure. Cheese, butter to distribute Dec. 9 and 10 BRADFORD-- Central ford from 8:00 a.m. -- 4:00 Vermont Community Action will distribute over 2,000 pounds of surplus cheese and butter at five separate locations next week, making it simpler for people to get to distribution points. Applications for the goods must be submitted in person and must meet income guidelines, according to project coordinator Mary Grant, at CVCAC's Bradford office. She noted that only those families who did not receive cheese and butter last month will be eligible this time because of a smaller than usual shipment. Grant urges families to bring their own hags or boxes, and to visit the site nearest to them as follows: Thursday, Dec. 9, Barrett Hall in Stratford from 10:00 a.m. -- 12:00 noon; Town Clerk's office in Thetford from 1:00 p.m. -- 3:00 p.m.; CVCAC office, Main Street in Brad- p.m. Friday, Dec. I0, Senior Meal Site in Chelsea from 10:00 a.m. -- 12:00"noon; Town Clerk's office in West Fairiee from I:00 p.m. -- 3:00 p.m. For more information, call Mary Grant at 222-4770, or phone CVCAC, toll-free at 1- 800-622-4495. NEW SON ARRIVES BRADFORD-- A son was born to Kim and Susan Richardson on Nov. 19 at Hanover Hospital. His name is Keith Kermit. He has a sister named Tina Joy and they reside in Bradford, Vt. QUOTE "Often, the surest way to convey misinformation is to tell the strict truth." Mark Twain Do You nt? Then Give Yourself A Christmas Present!! RICHARDSON Montgomery Center, Ed t Frank plans on decorating Available L Shop Early for Best Selection... FRE[ DELIVERY FREE GIFT BOX[S what most believe will be the me GIF[ WRAPPING FI LAYkWkY Insurance Aeency, Inc. _state'Sa eO-yr-oldlargest Cistmpi nearlytreeso =-9US H ] Furnit feet tall -- with plenty of Mon.-Thurs. 9-6:30 Main St. Rt. 5 a e ure 802-222-4765 colored lights to provide F.,Sa,t.9-8:30 Bradiord, Vt. & C .BDFORD, IRMONT guests an. to.o...o wth a ....,. . arpet beautiful holidayift- ............. ..... Bradford, V. DO IT Although most inns open for the Christmas season are A Tenant Homeowner's Insurance The Konica FPq eliminates complex Policy protects your personal property steps found in other SLR cameras, and gives you liability protection for Loads automatically, no fumbling. eNo shutter or lens settings required, pennies a day. eAutomatic pilot means perfect pictures, ., s169.95 . CALL THE INSURANCE PEOPLE AT "/' !*  i* -"THE PHOTO CC  "- Vermont Inns Youth ski program meeting set for Dec. 9 welcome BRADFORD-- There is a cents per lesson per week. If we have enough volun- please call Pam Bean', to special meeting on Thursday, There were five different teers, we would like to have a Please help vihors Dec. 9 at 7:30 p.m. at the classes: Walkers-- For pre-schoolprogram, a big success Bradford Elementary School children who have never been If you want your child to and suppert. MONTPELIER-- Christmas to plan for the ski program, on skis. Beginners-- participate, you should try to Used ski equipment in Vermont. The phrase brings This program is for children in Snowplow, small hills, be there to help make plans, be available from warm images of stockings kindergarten through 6th Advanced Beginners--Small For further information, area poople. hanging from a mantle, a grade, tobeheldat NorthEast tow. Intermediate-- Large '_...i'" crackling wood fire in the Ski Slopes. and small tow. Racers-- i V O U R hearth, decorating the holiday Mr. Diggins (ownerof North Proper technique of racing.  tree, and outside a team of East Ski Slopes) will be The program ended each 7 ) " HEAl )UA horses pawing at the snow, present to help us make plans, year with the "Lollipop L'.. ! their breath white on the Larry Drew will he present races", which is an obstacle ",i'. winter air as they wait im- to help you determine what course onskis for all children. .. patiently to draw the sleigh, kind of equipment is suitable. We will need volunteers: Ski >ALLENIS WESTERN For a select number of In the past, lessons were instructors-- No experience ,, BRADFORD Vermont visitors this held from 9-11:30 on Saturday as an instructor necessary. , VERMONT Christmas, those visions will mornings and started in Drivers-- To transport from a \\; '_..." not be merely dancing in their January. The cost was 50 central location to the ski tow / Ily heads. Instead, guests at and back home. "Hut"" H0 H0bbie Sierra supervisor-- Collect money, "  many Vermont country inns GABRIEL IAN BORN and help kids get into their "':" and other "Hot C will be treated to a Yuletide BRADFORD-- John and right classes. "" season filled with delicious Donna Hathaway of Bradford If you know of any children D011 Furniture (large size) reminders of Christmases are pleased to announce the older than sixth grade who ,., past.  20% The horse driven sleigh ride birth of their son, Gabriel Inn would like to help the very . .' at the Alice Peck Day young learn how to ski, they "," is a familiar scene at a Hospital. could beveryhelpful. number of inns, as is the . ... spectacle of carolers --  ., Discount was 27.99 whether outside, serenading i: the guests, or the guests \\; / themselves, also enjoying a .Strawberrv Shortcake . The Bradford And special events take ' v- Va i ty place at the Old Towne Farm , n Lodge in Chester and the Bottle Shoppe Rabbit Hill Inn at Lower Waterford. For the fifth year (A STATE LIQUOR AGENCY) 'ISIT US FOR OTHER GREAT in a row, guests at Old Towne will be treated to a unique 15% LLi:M' music fest on the day after Wine & Christmas, as a family of 12 Cha " B performs a Christmas concert m pagne CASE DISCOUNTS radford, Vt featuring piano, bassoon and ('k;)f...k.._... flute. Innkeepers Fred and 3 Liter- 11="01"5 Liter- Jan Baldwin prepare Tortere ==a --a French pork pie -- for $5  $357 their 25 guests, as the musical family celebrates its annual PFALT reunion at the Baldwin's inn, 2 coming from North Carolina, Cabot Extra Sharp $ m lb. Philadelphia and Boston. Guests at the Rabbit Hill Inn DINNERW share in preparing the Christmas dinner and Gift Baskets decorate the tree, as in- Made To Order L  for Christmas nkeeper Eric Charlton gives employees the Christmas Eve  Huge Inventory of. Sets and Accessories haS) off to spend with family and friends, arrived for Christmas... At the Inn on Trout River in Gift Wrap already booked for this year, Vittles ........ ...._, ..=__. ...... . .... . ................................ . ............. .,, Vermont country inns in Vin ',, flaO']' ' A  general are a delightfulway to S' celebrate the spirit and Robert on all TIEMPO & ARRIV warmth of Christmas any L u/o u rr Steel Radials in Stock time of the year. For a free . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . U brochure listing most of the Green Mountain State's [ 6000y'AIR [ charming inns, write the Vermont Travel Division, The Roberts Family R Christmas Inns, 61 Elm Street, Montpelier, Vt. 05602. The Fairlee Roberts'Country a.arded unit citation Is Growind BRADFORD-- Marine Sgt. Newly Dana C. Stockman, son of er Gerald M. Stockman Jr. of Bradford has been awarded Facility In the Navy Unit Commendation. d He received the award while SllopAndSav@ Now " " " " "" "'-" serving as a member of On The Original """"'''"" ,-,,,,l Battalion Landing Team 2-8, eatmam sin=, R,I ALWAYS FREE MOUNTING ",-'--=- 32nd Marine Amphibious Unit '  (MAU), Camp Lejeune, N.C. ==.. r=-- =. = The award was presented to !) We Are the 32nd MAU for outstanding AUTOMOTIVE 600Df'ER SyriantP:Cekaeepi:tignSe ric;LdoUringdcombatants from West  . ) = Our Camp SPECIALS WINTER FIRE Blir;Utw' cGenma:brtf thHe MllU9 YOUR CHOICE Marine Corps, presented the award during a ceremony /; $ B akfast, Lunch 16.95 aboard t.e amphibious $ 'Home Style Cookin re SlzeI55SOD,3 ---- assault ship USS Guam. Dnnner With h During the operation, the At blackwall, plus vr MAU supervised the evacuation of 6,436 PLO Front End Alignment s,,. Price [PRICE r .=11. possibility of hostile fire and Style Stocked SALE' PINFET. combatants. The evacuation Home Prices" Bakery And trade was flawless, despite the Lube, 0il & Filter A,,.,, .,0 i=oo I $1.74 the potential for direct in- .,8-, .,.. I,.oo I $1.81 . Antifreeze Change ,.,, ,,,.5olu pop ] ..,, New Antifreeze, ,,,.,, ,.._ ,,.o, '5:':: ',' We Are Now Able vIl , VITTLv-$ inspect all Belts E,-,, -,.,o I .5.oo I .., I,,L.!, Charm To Offer Complete $2.34 ,'];!''o':.n contest seeks On & Off Premises & Hoses Other sizes available at comparable prices [ III III III I1 Catering To Suit i I1| ,Igl ,..--.--.-.-..-----,, entrants U " HW00O DUTY Your Individual " ' $----53 I America's Miss Charm I STEEL from i N LOre Scholarsh 60-Month SHOCKS $'Q95 [RADIAL $Q95 is: okiz forgirlsh Guarantee I N , H pshire an By Monroe B  [ SNOWS  ' at the upcoming BATTERY .alr,ns,lied National Scholarship Pageant Party Needs. is looking for girls to represent .....................  New Hampshire and Vermont National Size 145SR13 Finals, to be held in Washington, D.C. There are five age divisions: Little Miss NOW OPEN (ages 4-6), Miss Ideal (7-9), Junior Miss (10-12), Teen (13- 16) and Miss (17-25). Each person will compete in a 6 A.M. To 9 P.M. - Monday Through Saturday private interview, talent, evening gown and sportswear. 9 A.M To 7 P.M. - Sunday, Over $20,000. in scholarships, prizes and awards will be Tel (802) 222-5228 presented throughout the finals. / Page 12-The Journal Opinion-December 8, 1982 -- Free Delivery -- Free Layaway -- Lifetime Guarantee -- More than zOO In Stock "A SOLID, WELL-MADE RECLINER FORA REASONABLE PRICE" -- Wallaways -- Rocker Recliners -- Swivel Rockers LE ,UItNIlrU" -- Cloth AND CARP|T __ Vinyl BRADFORD, VT, 222-5758  Leather icaFP-] A SIMPLE THROUGH. The Konica FP-1 puts you on Automatic Pilot. Nothing to set or figure. Cheese, butter to distribute Dec. 9 and 10 BRADFORD-- Central ford from 8:00 a.m. -- 4:00 Vermont Community Action will distribute over 2,000 pounds of surplus cheese and butter at five separate locations next week, making it simpler for people to get to distribution points. Applications for the goods must be submitted in person and must meet income guidelines, according to project coordinator Mary Grant, at CVCAC's Bradford office. She noted that only those families who did not receive cheese and butter last month will be eligible this time because of a smaller than usual shipment. Grant urges families to bring their own hags or boxes, and to visit the site nearest to them as follows: Thursday, Dec. 9, Barrett Hall in Stratford from 10:00 a.m. -- 12:00 noon; Town Clerk's office in Thetford from 1:00 p.m. -- 3:00 p.m.; CVCAC office, Main Street in Brad- p.m. Friday, Dec. I0, Senior Meal Site in Chelsea from 10:00 a.m. -- 12:00"noon; Town Clerk's office in West Fairiee from I:00 p.m. -- 3:00 p.m. For more information, call Mary Grant at 222-4770, or phone CVCAC, toll-free at 1- 800-622-4495. NEW SON ARRIVES BRADFORD-- A son was born to Kim and Susan Richardson on Nov. 19 at Hanover Hospital. His name is Keith Kermit. He has a sister named Tina Joy and they reside in Bradford, Vt. QUOTE "Often, the surest way to convey misinformation is to tell the strict truth." Mark Twain Do You nt? Then Give Yourself A Christmas Present!! RICHARDSON Montgomery Center, Ed t Frank plans on decorating Available L Shop Early for Best Selection... FRE[ DELIVERY FREE GIFT BOX[S what most believe will be the me GIF[ WRAPPING FI LAYkWkY Insurance Aeency, Inc. _state'Sa eO-yr-oldlargest Cistmpi nearlytreeso =-9US H ] Furnit feet tall -- with plenty of Mon.-Thurs. 9-6:30 Main St. Rt. 5 a e ure 802-222-4765 colored lights to provide F.,Sa,t.9-8:30 Bradiord, Vt. & C .BDFORD, IRMONT guests an. to.o...o wth a ....,. . arpet beautiful holidayift- ............. ..... Bradford, V. DO IT Although most inns open for the Christmas season are A Tenant Homeowner's Insurance The Konica FPq eliminates complex Policy protects your personal property steps found in other SLR cameras, and gives you liability protection for Loads automatically, no fumbling. eNo shutter or lens settings required, pennies a day. eAutomatic pilot means perfect pictures, ., s169.95 . CALL THE INSURANCE PEOPLE AT "/' !*  i* -"THE PHOTO CC  "- Vermont Inns Youth ski program meeting set for Dec. 9 welcome BRADFORD-- There is a cents per lesson per week. If we have enough volun- please call Pam Bean', to special meeting on Thursday, There were five different teers, we would like to have a Please help vihors Dec. 9 at 7:30 p.m. at the classes: Walkers-- For pre-schoolprogram, a big success Bradford Elementary School children who have never been If you want your child to and suppert. MONTPELIER-- Christmas to plan for the ski program, on skis. Beginners-- participate, you should try to Used ski equipment in Vermont. The phrase brings This program is for children in Snowplow, small hills, be there to help make plans, be available from warm images of stockings kindergarten through 6th Advanced Beginners--Small For further information, area poople. hanging from a mantle, a grade, tobeheldat NorthEast tow. Intermediate-- Large '_...i'" crackling wood fire in the Ski Slopes. and small tow. Racers-- i V O U R hearth, decorating the holiday Mr. Diggins (ownerof North Proper technique of racing.  tree, and outside a team of East Ski Slopes) will be The program ended each 7 ) " HEAl )UA horses pawing at the snow, present to help us make plans, year with the "Lollipop L'.. ! their breath white on the Larry Drew will he present races", which is an obstacle ",i'. winter air as they wait im- to help you determine what course onskis for all children. .. patiently to draw the sleigh, kind of equipment is suitable. We will need volunteers: Ski >ALLENIS WESTERN For a select number of In the past, lessons were instructors-- No experience ,, BRADFORD Vermont visitors this held from 9-11:30 on Saturday as an instructor necessary. , VERMONT Christmas, those visions will mornings and started in Drivers-- To transport from a \\; '_..." not be merely dancing in their January. The cost was 50 central location to the ski tow / Ily heads. Instead, guests at and back home. "Hut"" H0 H0bbie Sierra supervisor-- Collect money, "  many Vermont country inns GABRIEL IAN BORN and help kids get into their "':" and other "Hot C will be treated to a Yuletide BRADFORD-- John and right classes. "" season filled with delicious Donna Hathaway of Bradford If you know of any children D011 Furniture (large size) reminders of Christmases are pleased to announce the older than sixth grade who ,., past.  20% The horse driven sleigh ride birth of their son, Gabriel Inn would like to help the very . .' at the Alice Peck Day young learn how to ski, they "," is a familiar scene at a Hospital. could beveryhelpful. number of inns, as is the . ... spectacle of carolers --  ., Discount was 27.99 whether outside, serenading i: the guests, or the guests \\; / themselves, also enjoying a .Strawberrv Shortcake . The Bradford And special events take ' v- Va i ty place at the Old Towne Farm , n Lodge in Chester and the Bottle Shoppe Rabbit Hill Inn at Lower Waterford. For the fifth year (A STATE LIQUOR AGENCY) 'ISIT US FOR OTHER GREAT in a row, guests at Old Towne will be treated to a unique 15% LLi:M' music fest on the day after Wine & Christmas, as a family of 12 Cha " B performs a Christmas concert m pagne CASE DISCOUNTS radford, Vt featuring piano, bassoon and ('k;)f...k.._... flute. Innkeepers Fred and 3 Liter- 11="01"5 Liter- Jan Baldwin prepare Tortere ==a --a French pork pie -- for $5  $357 their 25 guests, as the musical family celebrates its annual PFALT reunion at the Baldwin's inn, 2 coming from North Carolina, Cabot Extra Sharp $ m lb. Philadelphia and Boston. Guests at the Rabbit Hill Inn DINNERW share in preparing the Christmas dinner and Gift Baskets decorate the tree, as in- Made To Order L  for Christmas nkeeper Eric Charlton gives employees the Christmas Eve  Huge Inventory of. Sets and Accessories haS) off to spend with family and friends, arrived for Christmas... At the Inn on Trout River in Gift Wrap already booked for this year, Vittles ........ ...._, ..=__. ...... . .... . ................................ . ............. .,, Vermont country inns in Vin ',, flaO']' ' A  general are a delightfulway to S' celebrate the spirit and Robert on all TIEMPO & ARRIV warmth of Christmas any L u/o u rr Steel Radials in Stock time of the year. For a free . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . U brochure listing most of the Green Mountain State's [ 6000y'AIR [ charming inns, write the Vermont Travel Division, The Roberts Family R Christmas Inns, 61 Elm Street, Montpelier, Vt. 05602. The Fairlee Roberts'Country a.arded unit citation Is Growind BRADFORD-- Marine Sgt. Newly Dana C. Stockman, son of er Gerald M. Stockman Jr. of Bradford has been awarded Facility In the Navy Unit Commendation. d He received the award while SllopAndSav@ Now " " " " "" "'-" serving as a member of On The Original """"'''"" ,-,,,,l Battalion Landing Team 2-8, eatmam sin=, R,I ALWAYS FREE MOUNTING ",-'--=- 32nd Marine Amphibious Unit '  (MAU), Camp Lejeune, N.C. ==.. r=-- =. = The award was presented to !) We Are the 32nd MAU for outstanding AUTOMOTIVE 600Df'ER SyriantP:Cekaeepi:tignSe ric;LdoUringdcombatants from West  . ) = Our Camp SPECIALS WINTER FIRE Blir;Utw' cGenma:brtf thHe MllU9 YOUR CHOICE Marine Corps, presented the award during a ceremony /; $ B akfast, Lunch 16.95 aboard t.e amphibious $ 'Home Style Cookin re SlzeI55SOD,3 ---- assault ship USS Guam. Dnnner With h During the operation, the At blackwall, plus vr MAU supervised the evacuation of 6,436 PLO Front End Alignment s,,. Price [PRICE r .=11. possibility of hostile fire and Style Stocked SALE' PINFET. combatants. The evacuation Home Prices" Bakery And trade was flawless, despite the Lube, 0il & Filter A,,.,, .,0 i=oo I $1.74 the potential for direct in- .,8-, .,.. I,.oo I $1.81 . Antifreeze Change ,.,, ,,,.5olu pop ] ..,, New Antifreeze, ,,,.,, ,.._ ,,.o, '5:':: ',' We Are Now Able vIl , VITTLv-$ inspect all Belts E,-,, -,.,o I .5.oo I .., I,,L.!, Charm To Offer Complete $2.34 ,'];!''o':.n contest seeks On & Off Premises & Hoses Other sizes available at comparable prices [ III III III I1 Catering To Suit i I1| ,Igl ,..--.--.-.-..-----,, entrants U " HW00O DUTY Your Individual " ' $----53 I America's Miss Charm I STEEL from i N LOre Scholarsh 60-Month SHOCKS $'Q95 [RADIAL $Q95 is: okiz forgirlsh Guarantee I N , H pshire an By Monroe B  [ SNOWS  ' at the upcoming BATTERY .alr,ns,lied National Scholarship Pageant Party Needs. is looking for girls to represent .....................  New Hampshire and Vermont National Size 145SR13 Finals, to be held in Washington, D.C. There are five age divisions: Little Miss NOW OPEN (ages 4-6), Miss Ideal (7-9), Junior Miss (10-12), Teen (13- 16) and Miss (17-25). Each person will compete in a 6 A.M. To 9 P.M. - Monday Through Saturday private interview, talent, evening gown and sportswear. 9 A.M To 7 P.M. - Sunday, Over $20,000. in scholarships, prizes and awards will be Tel (802) 222-5228 presented throughout the finals. /