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L_J Essay PLUS contest is slated ALE gall us! MONTPELIER-- Has M everything there is to say [ about Vermont history  TAnOe-PALMm AmKV. me. !  NasBLO already been said? Of course I k |'''1| SRV'C,.," not. As early as 1798 Ver- mont's history was being ,..,.,. written by the likes of Ira " .... A Allen and historians, poets, r and dramatists have been at it ever since. However, there are still many subjects crying out to be studied and writing, NA THEHOWE R waiting to be done. Vermont students in grades 7-12 are invited to try their Box hand at writing Vermont history by participating in the . annual George F. EdmundScontest. I Memorial Writing OOPELAND 1 Students are asked to submit essays, poems, or one-act plays dealing with a Vermont BUTOHER BLOOK FURNITURE SENSODYNE topic. The first, second, third, 210z,., and fourth place state winners Come Visit Our Factory, 1:4 KOTEX LIGHTDAYS Regular or Deodorant MENTHOLATUM DEEP HEATING 1-1/4 oz Plus 1/3 More Free 1.19 NEPHRINE NOVAHISTINE DMX 4 oz. 1.94 SOFT & DRI OLAY Asst. Scents p TRONOLANE 10's 2.04 Tronolan DAISY Disposable Shaver 2-Pack PARTICiPATiNG STORES will receive awards of $200, $100., $75, and $50. There are nine district contests and the winner and runner-up in each will receive $25.00 and $10.00 respectively. All winners receive bronze medals and certificates of merit. The Edmunds Essay Contest has been conducted annually by the Vermont Historical Society since 1927. It is named for Senator George Franklin Edmunds who served as U.S. Senator from Vermont from 1866 to 1891. He had a lifelong interest in Vermont history and wished to encourage young Ver- monters to appreciate their heritage. An endowment left by the Senator's daughter, Mary M. Edmunds, provides funds for the contest each year. Many Vermont teachers have made the contest a class assignment and then submit the best entries from among those completed. Individual students are also invited to submit entries and may contact the Vermont Historical Society for guidance. Deadline for sub- missions is Friday, March 4, 1983. Brochures explaining the 1983 contest rules and cow ditions have been sent to all Vermont secondary schools. Copies are also available from the Vermont Historical Society at the Pavilion Building, Montpelier, Vt. 05602. NEW GIRL IN TOWN N. THETFORD-- Holly and Richard Towle of N. Thetford are new parents. Their daughter Kellie Marie was born recently at the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. THE PERFECT CHRISTMAS GIFT "The Corinth Vermont of Yesteryear." $2.50 Sold by the Corinth Historical Society. Call 802-439-5951 EVERY WEEKEND NOW THRU XMAS NOON TIL 6 FRI. & SUN. 9 TIL 6 ON SATURDAY. VISA" MASTERCARD --EXAMPLES--- FACTORY KITCHEN WORKCENTERS PRICED 18X36--RETAIL $180.60 .................. $89.00 24X36--RETAIL $200.00 .................. $99.00 STOOLS--YOUR CHOICE ............... $35.00 BUTCHER BLOCK TABLES 30XG0---RETAIL--$302.40 ................ $149.00 42 ROUND RETAIL--S312.00 ............ $156.00 BUTCHER BLOCK CUTTING BOARDS ... $5.00 OOPELAND Pierson Industrial Park Rt. 25 Bradford, Vt. 05033 (802) 222-4771 Gibson Martin Yamah .. ALL INSTRUMENTS, AMPLIFIERS & STRINGS *:lr SOLD AT DISO)UNT PRICES SALES LESSONS REPAIRS NEW AND ,USED INSTRUMENTS AND . n PA EQUIPMENT "l I =- Increased Inventory for Christmas 0 ] BLUE MOUNTAIN GUITAR CENTER Colonial Plaza, Route 12-A West Lebanon, NH Tel. (603) 298.5829 qP'1 ! Have a Merry Musical Christmas j Hondol, Ross Curt i  December 8, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 15 State iobless .mChm VermontUd TROST 1 STORErWIDE MONTPELIER--Vermont's INORTHV" I CHRISTMAS H jobless rate inched upward to 5.9 percent in October from I, HOJRE _ SALE|  ..... September's 5.7 percent. Unemployment rates in- creased tn seven labor market areas while five areas ex- perienced declines. The highest unemployment rate was recorded in the Springfield labor market area 't' . (10.6 percent) ; the lowest rate was in the Middlebury area (4.4 percent). Total labor K\\;III  mlim=lrOqJqnange14"Speed "-"'---,Xlli4 fli 4 al?"/ '_',*_ II  0st.,... m,..[ T..,..,c.,, sn411q force estimated at 248,200; lO-CupO employment unemployment 14,700.233'500;  tip Co|eerflake,[-- I,,',:..,.,=., u,. 37 77 ] '-' -- q SHOP NICHOLS HARDWARE FOR YOUR TOTAL [ ., 88[ NEW DAUGHTER CHRISTMAS NEEDS! MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A I 'c''  ti MONROE-- Linnae and HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON FROM ,  ..... '.. . II TerriU Wheeler are parents of 'rn...,.... ..,, .o .. i,I, NIChOlS garuwarellaruware H ,c rn,r.mm., ruuto n, .---'. ,, a daughter, born Oct. 28 at I I  MainStreei Lyme NN 795-2214 Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. New .=NICHOLS HAROWARE.  , ........... , / , ne:NH ,795-2214 U baby's name is Katie Marie. "'  ........... "'' ..... P lamps and lighting fixtures rt. 12-a, glen road plaza, west lebanon nh. 03784 bO3/2988854 . n, =,.. illumnnatno %' " 530 m frda evenn-s til8pm 4 open monday-saturday 9:30 a rn - : P..; , Y g , , . ,c CHRISTMAS PRINTS CORDUROY FABRICS, QUILTING SUPPLIES INCLUDING HOOPS ! LARGEST SELECTION OF CALICO IN THE UPPER VALLEY STORE HOURS: Tues.-Thurs. 10-5:30 Friday 10-8 Saturday 10-5 OLOllED liUNDAY & MONDAY i O I ii I A BANK .... IS A BANK... IS A BANK... AND THEY'RE ALL THE SAME DOr "T 'Y()U BELIEVE IT! Perhaps you feel that a bank is merely a place to occasionally borrow money, save your paychecks, store your valuables or write a check. We're a lot more than that. We counsel on invest- DEP. INSURED $100,000 ments, encourage thrift, give advice on loans. We're here when you need us and because we're such an intimate part of the community we can become part of your life. We would be pleased to help with any financial problem. Stop in soon.  0 % Bradford National Bank - / Bradford, Vt. +,, 222-5231 SHE - Fairlee ,BNB - Theitord BNB - Newbury 333-4379 785-2112 866-5672 MEMBER FDIC' L_J Essay PLUS contest is slated ALE gall us! MONTPELIER-- Has M everything there is to say [ about Vermont history  TAnOe-PALMm AmKV. me. !  NasBLO already been said? Of course I k |'''1| SRV'C,.," not. As early as 1798 Ver- mont's history was being ,..,.,. written by the likes of Ira " .... A Allen and historians, poets, r and dramatists have been at it ever since. However, there are still many subjects crying out to be studied and writing, NA THEHOWE R waiting to be done. Vermont students in grades 7-12 are invited to try their Box hand at writing Vermont history by participating in the . annual George F. EdmundScontest. I Memorial Writing OOPELAND 1 Students are asked to submit essays, poems, or one-act plays dealing with a Vermont BUTOHER BLOOK FURNITURE SENSODYNE topic. The first, second, third, 210z,., and fourth place state winners Come Visit Our Factory, 1:4 KOTEX LIGHTDAYS Regular or Deodorant MENTHOLATUM DEEP HEATING 1-1/4 oz Plus 1/3 More Free 1.19 NEPHRINE NOVAHISTINE DMX 4 oz. 1.94 SOFT & DRI OLAY Asst. Scents p TRONOLANE 10's 2.04 Tronolan DAISY Disposable Shaver 2-Pack PARTICiPATiNG STORES will receive awards of $200, $100., $75, and $50. There are nine district contests and the winner and runner-up in each will receive $25.00 and $10.00 respectively. All winners receive bronze medals and certificates of merit. The Edmunds Essay Contest has been conducted annually by the Vermont Historical Society since 1927. It is named for Senator George Franklin Edmunds who served as U.S. Senator from Vermont from 1866 to 1891. He had a lifelong interest in Vermont history and wished to encourage young Ver- monters to appreciate their heritage. An endowment left by the Senator's daughter, Mary M. Edmunds, provides funds for the contest each year. Many Vermont teachers have made the contest a class assignment and then submit the best entries from among those completed. Individual students are also invited to submit entries and may contact the Vermont Historical Society for guidance. Deadline for sub- missions is Friday, March 4, 1983. Brochures explaining the 1983 contest rules and cow ditions have been sent to all Vermont secondary schools. Copies are also available from the Vermont Historical Society at the Pavilion Building, Montpelier, Vt. 05602. NEW GIRL IN TOWN N. THETFORD-- Holly and Richard Towle of N. Thetford are new parents. Their daughter Kellie Marie was born recently at the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. THE PERFECT CHRISTMAS GIFT "The Corinth Vermont of Yesteryear." $2.50 Sold by the Corinth Historical Society. Call 802-439-5951 EVERY WEEKEND NOW THRU XMAS NOON TIL 6 FRI. & SUN. 9 TIL 6 ON SATURDAY. VISA" MASTERCARD --EXAMPLES--- FACTORY KITCHEN WORKCENTERS PRICED 18X36--RETAIL $180.60 .................. $89.00 24X36--RETAIL $200.00 .................. $99.00 STOOLS--YOUR CHOICE ............... $35.00 BUTCHER BLOCK TABLES 30XG0---RETAIL--$302.40 ................ $149.00 42 ROUND RETAIL--S312.00 ............ $156.00 BUTCHER BLOCK CUTTING BOARDS ... $5.00 OOPELAND Pierson Industrial Park Rt. 25 Bradford, Vt. 05033 (802) 222-4771 Gibson Martin Yamah .. ALL INSTRUMENTS, AMPLIFIERS & STRINGS *:lr SOLD AT DISO)UNT PRICES SALES LESSONS REPAIRS NEW AND ,USED INSTRUMENTS AND . n PA EQUIPMENT "l I =- Increased Inventory for Christmas 0 ] BLUE MOUNTAIN GUITAR CENTER Colonial Plaza, Route 12-A West Lebanon, NH Tel. (603) 298.5829 qP'1 ! Have a Merry Musical Christmas j Hondol, Ross Curt i  December 8, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 15 State iobless .mChm VermontUd TROST 1 STORErWIDE MONTPELIER--Vermont's INORTHV" I CHRISTMAS H jobless rate inched upward to 5.9 percent in October from I, HOJRE _ SA LE|  ..... September's 5.7 percent. Unemployment rates in- creased tn seven labor market areas while five areas ex- perienced declines. The highest unemployment rate was recorded in the Springfield labor market area 't' . (10.6 percent) ; the lowest rate was in the Middlebury area (4.4 percent). Total labor K\\;III  mlim=lrOqJqnange14"Speed "-"'---,Xlli4 fli 4 al?"/ '_',*_ II  0st.,... m,..[ T..,..,c.,, sn411q force estimated at 248,200; lO-CupO employment unemployment 14,700.233'500;  tip Co|eerflake,[-- I,,',:..,.,=., u,. 37 77 ] '-' -- q SHOP NICHOLS HARDWARE FOR YOUR TOTAL [ ., 88[ NEW DAUGHTER CHRISTMAS NEEDS! MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A I 'c''  ti MONROE-- Linnae and HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON FROM ,  ..... '.. . II TerriU Wheeler are parents of 'rn...,.... ..,, .o .. i,I, NIChOlS garuwarellaruware H ,c rn,r.mm., ruuto n, .---'. ,, a daughter, born Oct. 28 at I I  MainStreei Lyme NN 795-2214 Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. New .=NICHOLS HAROWARE.  , ........... , / , ne:NH ,795-2214 U baby's name is Katie Marie. "'  ........... "'' ..... P lamps and lighting fixtures rt. 12-a, glen road plaza, west lebanon nh. 03784 bO3/2988854 . n, =,.. illumnnatno %' " 530 m frda evenn-s til8pm 4 open monday-saturday 9:30 a rn - : P..; , Y g , , . ,c CHRISTMAS PRINTS CORDUROY FABRICS, QUILTING SUPPLIES INCLUDING HOOPS ! LARGEST SELECTION OF CALICO IN THE UPPER VALLEY STORE HOURS: Tues.-Thurs. 10-5:30 Friday 10-8 Saturday 10-5 OLOllED liUNDAY & MONDAY i O I ii I A BANK .... IS A BANK... IS A BANK... AND THEY'RE ALL THE SAME DOr "T 'Y()U BELIEVE IT! Perhaps you feel that a bank is merely a place to occasionally borrow money, save your paychecks, store your valuables or write a check. We're a lot more than that. We counsel on invest- DEP. INSURED $100,000 ments, encourage thrift, give advice on loans. We're here when you need us and because we're such an intimate part of the community we can become part of your life. We would be pleased to help with any financial problem. Stop in soon.  0 % Bradford National Bank - / Bradford, Vt. +,, 222-5231 SHE - Fairlee ,BNB - Theitord BNB - Newbury 333-4379 785-2112 866-5672 MEMBER FDIC'