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December 8, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 17 DECEMBER 7th, 1982 tour birthday Darling And I can't bake a cake ! Can't sing the Birthday song Or help you celebrate. the angels will light some candles And play Happy Birthday on their harps ever Darling Tho we're so far apart. l'llput some flowers on your grave And say Happy Birthday as I pray Then with tear filled eyes and a broken heart I'll turn and walk away. Happy Birthday We love you Your Wife, Children & Grandchildren IN MEMORIUM 1913-198 Sheldon Simpson ' Dad ! you. Your children and Grandchildren Elmer C. Gomo, Jr. after lon4e illness Elizabeth H.. llslev, 72, STRAFFORD-- Elmer C. carpenter and was employed grandchildren; two brothers lifelo resident of area Gomo Jr., 57, died Tuesday, by Dartmouth College and and four sisters. Nov 30 at the Mary Hitchcock later by the Bushway Con- A graveside service was WOODSVILLE-- Elizabeth H. sons, David H. of Woodsville, Memorial struction Hospital after a Company of S. held at the Evergreen llsley, 72, died Saturday, Nov. Thomas R. of Webster and long iUness. Strafford. He was a member Cemetery in S. Strafford. The 27 at the Cottage Hospital Henry H. of Bradford, Vt.; He was born on Oct. 1, 1925, in S. Strafford, the son of Elmer C. and Lillian (Ken- dall) Gomo. He was educated in the Stratford schools and was a lifelong resident of Stratford. He served for three years in the Korean conflict as a corporal in the Army and married Gertrude A. Jordan. Mr. Gomo was a farmer and of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post of White River Junction, and was a member of the Stratford Fire Depar- tment. He is survived by his wife; two sons, Carlton W. Phelps of Strafford and Hugh A. Phelps of Chelsea; three daughters, Karen Pullar of Orford, N.H., Jane Phelps and Kelly-sue Gomo, both of Stratford; three Rev. Doris K. Rikert of- ficiated. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Stratford Fire Depart. ment, in care of Robert Murray, treasurer, S. Stratford, Vt., 05070. The Boardway and Cilley Funeral Home of Chelsea was in charge of arrangements. Nelson Bovce, 75 of E. Corinth S. Boyce, 75 of E. Corinth, died D.C. McLam for several Friday, Dec. 3 at his home in years. He had also worked on E. Corinth. He was born Nov. the MacDonald Farm in 7, 1907 in Topsham, the son of Topsham and for W.B. Martin Mason and Fannie (Town-ConstructionCoinE. Corinth. send)Boyce. He is survived by one He attended schools in brother, Clinton Boyce of Topsham and E. Corinth. Orford; two nieces: Mrs. CORINTH-- Nelson L. Mterschooling, he worked for Darrell (Jeanette) Maxwell and Mrs. Milton (Virginia) New study group set into motion people have agreed to serve on a committee charged with analyzing and evaluating the Bradford Elementary School plant and to determine what will be the future needs of students. Being named to the new School Facilities Study Committee are Bud Haas, BRADFORD-- Several local The board indicated thenew committee may perform research as necessary to determine demographic trends and they may call on information sources as they deem necessary. Kathryn Kidder, Gall Morse, be some benefgs for service" Muriel " Brainerd, Arvid Johnson, Alan Burgess, John Ex-military entitled to use their military Fontana and John LaRock. Who werehonorably earnings as the basis for Their mission will he to from the service entitlement to unemployment analyze and evaluate the 1981 and who are benefits, physical plant of the school, to Unemployed may he Because the new law is coordinate the analysis with up to 13 weeks of effective for the first week of projected student enrollment compensation November, 1982, it is possible and to recommend to the MEETING CHANGE FAIRLEE-- The December meeting of the Fairlee School Board has been changed from the regular date of Monday, Dec. 13, to Wednesday, Dec. 15, at 6:30 p.m. at the Fairlee Elementary School. Bedell both of Bradford and several cousins. Funeral services were held Monday, Dec. 6 at the Hale Funeral Home in Bradford with the Rev. Richard White, pastor of the East Corinth Congregational Church of- ficiating. Interment took place in the family lot at the New Cemetery East Corinth. The. Hale Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. OUR ENTIRE COLLECTION LAMPS 20% OFF! "JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS" after a long illness. She was born in Haverhill and was a lifelong resident of the Haverhill-Woodsville area. She was the widow of Robert T. Ilsley, who died in 1981. She is survived by three Flora Oksa dies at 73 LYME CENTER-- Flora Colo.; and two grandchildren. Oksa, 73, died Monday, Nov. 29 at the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. She was born in Maynard, Mass., on Dec. 7, 1908, and lived in W. Springfield for several years, moving to Lyme Center 14 years ago. Mrs. Oksa was a member of the Upper Valley Senior Citizens Council of Lebanon. She is survived by her husband, Toivo R. Oksa of Lyme Center; a daughter, Norma Reeve of Longmont, Graveside services were held at the Springfield (N.H.) Cemetery. The Rev. Jeffery Atwater officiated. Memorial contributions may be made to one's favorite charity. The Newton-Bartlett Funeral Home of Newport was in charge of arrangements. / %,___ Obituaries 21 Svbil C. Knights, 65 and 13 grandchildren., Graveside services " were held on Sunday at the Pine ORFORD-- Sybil C. Knights, and a brother, Lloyd Hibbard Grove Cemetery. resident of Orford died at of Warren, several nieces and The Ricker Funeral Home Mease Hospital, Clearwater, nephews. Memorial services of Woodsville was in charge of Fla. on Nov. 30. She was 65 will be held at a later date. arrangements, years old and was born in Piermont, Aug. 10, 1917.. She was the-daughter of Clarence INTERESTING FACT and MaudeHibbard. Teeth are bones -- but Survivors are her husband, harder than most of the other Maurice Knights of Orford, a sister, Verna Marsh of Orford bones in the body. HRISTMA Conn. Valley Jaycees are offering the Christmas tree service again this year. Thuse of you who need help getthag a Christmas tree please contact between 9 AM to 5 PM Joe Truss QUOTE "Good nonsense is good sense in disguise." --Josh Billings . our Grill Deserves ] A Gift Too... 20 Lb. GAS rLeW federal law. that ex-service people who board of trustees any 46 ew law changes the were found to be ineligible measures necessary to ira- [lmlIR I PuleNrruml .. 46 Mickey Polli at under which ex- before that time may now he prove the facilities to meet FIBIIP-t IIIlll'lMhllm AND Allrl " V E R MO N  December 17. en an " ='--=--" d women are entttled to payment, short and long term needs I smAofoo, vi,Mom BRADFORD They will be asked to make Larc %clcction [ . ..m.sm 222-9387 Corner Rts. 5 & 25 787-6391 1K'----" =ram  a final report to trustees at the , I   ..... Bradford Academy and Ncw(hipmcnt Jul In 24 HOUR EMERGENCY II Graded School District by ullilmm.d. ........ - _ II May 15, 1983. Additionally, the ImluuuiNlITl'Ul B MI:NTA/ HgAITH i:ilVIP_I II amount of $2,oo0 has been /IdrFll ....... ''=''="''" ""''''=" ,| budgeted to cover necessary lUl[],$1l, wnJ=__l /U[ I; S [E ......... ,11 expenses. The committee is an pa'._d;" t__"  ll Ip ynge county Mental Health II VSerqYredOoPnlYrtand; !]l " q I tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I 11 q p y.- won- ! all[ rll " __.am.___ ' 00YJ00j00[00IE rl] 00ORD SEEK I LAST WEEK'S WINNER I ' ... 1 ZELLENE BURT 1 Dug= = , I WOODSVILLE, N H : T p p E RKm H HUSKy LR 1 [ i V D S J E 0 R U A E E Z U A 0 D I LOUISE HUTCHINSON m B N U S T I S F N B T G L N P A 1 BRADFr* .,,,. I T U H N C E E A Y L R T L M O L-" .... ""u''"...Aaam I o o z ! W/hat can , ' N H V D U A X B U R E E O X DAB --- _ _ . N& _ G]FI:00aJ00 ' M L R T K P D O F Y E F R E N T  UV w----"-- r -- I C 0 E J A C U L E G R I E N U O  - ' T N W O E L N E K T Y A H N I !V'-"+"+*':'+' ' [ M E N H L I G Z I U W S H D S C 'ti' ' "l l O  U P I C N A J R L Q E A O T H K-  l. "  , , ]'L:, ' mm P L V B I E S H D B H S N E A U I .' ' I Fiftv Bucks. One brand new Ulysses S. Orantsimoly ' L $ E T T E R 0 W G V J D R D I ,,, ...... . " I *  9 J& H A L D I T O H V T G Z N G a RI t Donate nt to your cnurcn forgucssingPennyAnnie'ssecrettimeofday.Andit sso V ,   V K  U H A U H H C Or the I + I . Cucumber Fund simple. '..rs: Setter, Spaniel, Pointer, Weimoroner, I * Buy a present I Penny a;ewantstoseealotofyoubefore ever, Wolfhoud, St. Bernard, Collie, | ' Bu 'h1 o,,,,,,,d;,o II %hua, Dalmotion, Terrier, Bulldog, Schip- i - -'-" ..... :'" "''';, I Christmas, soshe s chosen a secret time for each day from , K Chow Hound "A" xou can our a meal eeshond, Poodle, Chow , , . | December 6 through December 18. Make a transaction on Ound, Borzoi, Bosenji, Whippet,Husky,Dochs- ll . You.can buy a pizza ' Beoole, Soiuki, Sheep Dog, * Put ]t m the bank 1 Penny Anni'e at the right time, and you win money. Mstiff, Great Done, Maltese, Pug 14 I.-'----,2':--. ---o--,r---," I You II win fffty bucks ifyou guess the right day and |]! iI;l I the fight time, because one day each week we 'll be giving a, ! ,+,,:r,,:a:, away fifty bucks to the winner, Winners on the other days will receive ten bucks. ! SouscPcnny Annic, gucsshcrfavoritet,imcofday, 1 l-!+!llil+i [ 1 and boost your Christmas budget ! Ifyoudon thavea - ,. .... .....z.,.J a Penny Annie, card , stop in  We.eklv prizes of $5.00 awarded to the I andapply.h saChfistmas 1 I l+_il lucky winner each week and a monthly prize l prcsent you can use all ycar. of a $50.00 Savanfls Bond awarded to a lucky I Contestant even if you didn't win the weekly prize. | , RULES .. , ! ;plete the WORD sEEK PUZZLE on;.hs 1[ S tun o.,,,,o+.__a,o,,oon ' Well Rive a78, lradford, Vt. It must be received by ,, -- _ "_..Monday following publication to be I[J=T __J___ _11_ 0 ,g-lhle" All puzzles received will be placed ln It s 00maaiarlna : S r 'bIRain,- r,.,, hit, h a letter will be drawl  [ ........ A....-- [] :It week: 'f i" t i"s'c'('rect, that person wi!! be .- . _ -- i S ngBnk .'inner. lf it is incorrect, another envelope lid['7-- -- .... --',--" avl S a iku_'l, he drawn until a winner_URisLUcKfound. No IL  [eWdIll__l."O.__ _l asenecessary. TRY YO  i . . . \\;VcllsRivcr.Vl'050l P+O2.757-2bl McmbcrFl)lC , '#inner will be announced the following week m the Journal Opinion | lmilH H m Hi i l iN ilillllll lililli/ or Eric Knapp at 439-6151 or 222-57U by December 8, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 17 DECEMBER 7th, 1982 tour birthday Darling And I can't bake a cake ! Can't sing the Birthday song Or help you celebrate. the angels will light some candles And play Happy Birthday on their harps ever Darling Tho we're so far apart. l'llput some flowers on your grave And say Happy Birthday as I pray Then with tear filled eyes and a broken heart I'll turn and walk away. Happy Birthday We love you Your Wife, Children & Grandchildren IN MEMORIUM 1913-198 Sheldon Simpson ' Dad ! you. Your children and Grandchildren Elmer C. Gomo, Jr. after lon4e illness Elizabeth H.. llslev, 72, STRAFFORD-- Elmer C. carpenter and was employed grandchildren; two brothers lifelo resident of area Gomo Jr., 57, died Tuesday, by Dartmouth College and and four sisters. Nov 30 at the Mary Hitchcock later by the Bushway Con- A graveside service was WOODSVILLE-- Elizabeth H. sons, David H. of Woodsville, Memorial struction Hospital after a Company of S. held at the Evergreen llsley, 72, died Saturday, Nov. Thomas R. of Webster and long iUness. Strafford. He was a member Cemetery in S. Strafford. The 27 at the Cottage Hospital Henry H. of Bradford, Vt.; He was born on Oct. 1, 1925, in S. Strafford, the son of Elmer C. and Lillian (Ken- dall) Gomo. He was educated in the Stratford schools and was a lifelong resident of Stratford. He served for three years in the Korean conflict as a corporal in the Army and married Gertrude A. Jordan. Mr. Gomo was a farmer and of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post of White River Junction, and was a member of the Stratford Fire Depar- tment. He is survived by his wife; two sons, Carlton W. Phelps of Strafford and Hugh A. Phelps of Chelsea; three daughters, Karen Pullar of Orford, N.H., Jane Phelps and Kelly-sue Gomo, both of Stratford; three Rev. Doris K. Rikert of- ficiated. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Stratford Fire Depart. ment, in care of Robert Murray, treasurer, S. Stratford, Vt., 05070. The Boardway and Cilley Funeral Home of Chelsea was in charge of arrangements. Nelson Bovce, 75 of E. Corinth S. Boyce, 75 of E. Corinth, died D.C. McLam for several Friday, Dec. 3 at his home in years. He had also worked on E. Corinth. He was born Nov. the MacDonald Farm in 7, 1907 in Topsham, the son of Topsham and for W.B. Martin Mason and Fannie (Town-ConstructionCoinE. Corinth. send)Boyce. He is survived by one He attended schools in brother, Clinton Boyce of Topsham and E. Corinth. Orford; two nieces: Mrs. CORINTH-- Nelson L. Mterschooling, he worked for Darrell (Jeanette) Maxwell and Mrs. Milton (Virginia) New study group set into motion people have agreed to serve on a committee charged with analyzing and evaluating the Bradford Elementary School plant and to determine what will be the future needs of students. Being named to the new School Facilities Study Committee are Bud Haas, BRADFORD-- Several local The board indicated thenew committee may perform research as necessary to determine demographic trends and they may call on information sources as they deem necessary. Kathryn Kidder, Gall Morse, be some benefgs for service" Muriel " Brainerd, Arvid Johnson, Alan Burgess, John Ex-military entitled to use their military Fontana and John LaRock. Who werehonorably earnings as the basis for Their mission will he to from the service entitlement to unemployment analyze and evaluate the 1981 and who are benefits, physical plant of the school, to Unemployed may he Because the new law is coordinate the analysis with up to 13 weeks of effective for the first week of projected student enrollment compensation November, 1982, it is possible and to recommend to the MEETING CHANGE FAIRLEE-- The December meeting of the Fairlee School Board has been changed from the regular date of Monday, Dec. 13, to Wednesday, Dec. 15, at 6:30 p.m. at the Fairlee Elementary School. Bedell both of Bradford and several cousins. Funeral services were held Monday, Dec. 6 at the Hale Funeral Home in Bradford with the Rev. Richard White, pastor of the East Corinth Congregational Church of- ficiating. Interment took place in the family lot at the New Cemetery East Corinth. The. Hale Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. OUR ENTIRE COLLECTION LAMPS 20% OFF! "JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS" after a long illness. She was born in Haverhill and was a lifelong resident of the Haverhill-Woodsville area. She was the widow of Robert T. Ilsley, who died in 1981. She is survived by three Flora Oksa dies at 73 LYME CENTER-- Flora Colo.; and two grandchildren. Oksa, 73, died Monday, Nov. 29 at the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. She was born in Maynard, Mass., on Dec. 7, 1908, and lived in W. Springfield for several years, moving to Lyme Center 14 years ago. Mrs. Oksa was a member of the Upper Valley Senior Citizens Council of Lebanon. She is survived by her husband, Toivo R. Oksa of Lyme Center; a daughter, Norma Reeve of Longmont, Graveside services were held at the Springfield (N.H.) Cemetery. The Rev. Jeffery Atwater officiated. Memorial contributions may be made to one's favorite charity. The Newton-Bartlett Funeral Home of Newport was in charge of arrangements. / %,___ Obituaries 21 Svbil C. Knights, 65 and 13 grandchildren., Graveside services " were held on Sunday at the Pine ORFORD-- Sybil C. Knights, and a brother, Lloyd Hibbard Grove Cemetery. resident of Orford died at of Warren, several nieces and The Ricker Funeral Home Mease Hospital, Clearwater, nephews. Memorial services of Woodsville was in charge of Fla. on Nov. 30. She was 65 will be held at a later date. arrangements, years old and was born in Piermont, Aug. 10, 1917.. She was the-daughter of Clarence INTERESTING FACT and MaudeHibbard. Teeth are bones -- but Survivors are her husband, harder than most of the other Maurice Knights of Orford, a sister, Verna Marsh of Orford bones in the body. HRISTMA Conn. Valley Jaycees are offering the Christmas tree service again this year. Thuse of you who need help getthag a Christmas tree please contact between 9 AM to 5 PM Joe Truss QUOTE "Good nonsense is good sense in disguise." --Josh Billings . our Grill Deserves ] A Gift Too... 20 Lb. GAS rLeW federal law. that ex-service people who board of trustees any 46 ew law changes the were found to be ineligible measures necessary to ira- [lmlIR I PuleNrruml .. 46 Mickey Polli at under which ex- before that time may now he prove the facilities to meet FIBIIP-t IIIlll'lMhllm AND Allrl " V E R MO N  December 17. en an " ='--=--" d women are entttled to payment, short and long term needs I smAofoo, vi,Mom BRADFORD They will be asked to make Larc %clcction [ . ..m.sm 222-9387 Corner Rts. 5 & 25 787-6391 1K'----" =ram  a final report to trustees at the , I   ..... Bradford Academy and Ncw(hipmcnt Jul In 24 HOUR EMERGENCY II Graded School District by ullilmm.d. ........ - _ II May 15, 1983. Additionally, the ImluuuiNlITl'Ul B MI:NTA/ HgAITH i:ilVIP_I II amount of $2,oo0 has been /IdrFll ....... ''=''="''" ""''''=" ,| budgeted to cover necessary lUl[],$1l, wnJ=__l /U[ I; S [E ......... ,11 expenses. The committee is an pa'._d;" t__"  ll Ip ynge county Mental Health II VSerqYredOoPnlYrtand; !]l " q I tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I 11 q p y.- won- ! all[ rll " __.am.___ ' 00YJ00j00[00IE rl] 00ORD SEEK I LAST WEEK'S WINNER I ' ... 1 ZELLENE BURT 1 Dug= = , I WOODSVILLE, N H : T p p E RKm H HUSKy LR 1 [ i V D S J E 0 R U A E E Z U A 0 D I LOUISE HUTCHINSON m B N U S T I S F N B T G L N P A 1 BRADFr* .,,,. I T U H N C E E A Y L R T L M O L-" .... ""u''"...Aaam I o o z ! W/hat can , ' N H V D U A X B U R E E O X DAB --- _ _ . N& _ G]FI:00aJ00 ' M L R T K P D O F Y E F R E N T  UV w----"-- r -- I C 0 E J A C U L E G R I E N U O  - ' T N W O E L N E K T Y A H N I !V'-"+"+*':'+' ' [ M E N H L I G Z I U W S H D S C 'ti' ' "l l O  U P I C N A J R L Q E A O T H K-  l. "  , , ]'L:, ' mm P L V B I E S H D B H S N E A U I .' ' I Fiftv Bucks. One brand new Ulysses S. Orantsimoly ' L $ E T T E R 0 W G V J D R D I ,,, ...... . " I *  9 J& H A L D I T O H V T G Z N G a RI t Donate nt to your cnurcn forgucssingPennyAnnie'ssecrettimeofday.Andit sso V ,   V K  U H A U H H C Or the I + I . Cucumber Fund simple. '..rs: Setter, Spaniel, Pointer, Weimoroner, I * Buy a present I Penny a;ewantstoseealotofyoubefore ever, Wolfhoud, St. Bernard, Collie, | ' Bu 'h1 o,,,,,,,d;,o II %hua, Dalmotion, Terrier, Bulldog, Schip- i - -'-" ..... :'" "''';, I Christmas, soshe s chosen a secret time for each day from , K Chow Hound "A" xou can our a meal eeshond, Poodle, Chow , , . | December 6 through December 18. Make a transaction on Ound, Borzoi, Bosenji, Whippet,Husky,Dochs- ll . You.can buy a pizza ' Beoole, Soiuki, Sheep Dog, * Put ]t m the bank 1 Penny Anni'e at the right time, and you win money. Mstiff, Great Done, Maltese, Pug 14 I.-'----,2':--. ---o--,r---," I You II win fffty bucks ifyou guess the right day and |]! iI;l I the fight time, because one day each week we 'll be giving a, ! ,+,,:r,,:a:, away fifty bucks to the winner, Winners on the other days will receive ten bucks. ! SouscPcnny Annic, gucsshcrfavoritet,imcofday, 1 l-!+!llil+i [ 1 and boost your Christmas budget ! Ifyoudon thavea - ,. .... .....z.,.J a Penny Annie, card , stop in  We.eklv prizes of $5.00 awarded to the I andapply.h saChfistmas 1 I l+_il lucky winner each week and a monthly prize l prcsent you can use all ycar. of a $50.00 Savanfls Bond awarded to a lucky I Contestant even if you didn't win the weekly prize. | , RULES .. , ! ;plete the WORD sEEK PUZZLE on;.hs 1[ S tun o.,,,,o+.__a,o,,oon ' Well Rive a78, lradford, Vt. It must be received by ,, -- _ "_..Monday following publication to be I[J=T __J___ _11_ 0 ,g-lhle" All puzzles received will be placed ln It s 00maaiarlna : S r 'bIRain,- r,.,, hit, h a letter will be drawl  [ ........ A....-- [] :It week: 'f i" t i"s'c'('rect, that person wi!! be .- . _ -- i S ngBnk .'inner. lf it is incorrect, another envelope lid['7-- -- .... --',--" avl S a iku_'l, he drawn until a winner_URisLUcKfound. No IL  [eWdIll__l."O.__ _l asenecessary. TRY YO  i . . . \\;VcllsRivcr.Vl'050l P+O2.757-2bl McmbcrFl)lC , '#inner will be announced the following week m the Journal Opinion | lmilH H m Hi i l iN ilillllll lililli/ or Eric Knapp at 439-6151 or 222-57U by