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December 20, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 turn out for Red Cross blood drawin00 in Woodsville A highly Shirley Cobb, Marina Gibson, Mary Boyce, Edward Page, Leeds Ackerman, RYEGATE-- Debbie Volunteers who staffed the " National Guard-- Sgt. Red Cross blood Beth Pidgeon, Betty Maynes, McLure, Marie McLure, GeraldGherardi. Winchester, Nancy Perkins, drawing were: David Wright, Victor Brooks. held here at the 'd Armory on 9. Of the 120 donors who at- four were f health. actual donors, 12  :s. r town were: Tammy Buell, Gary Belyea, Edward Roy, Raymond R(ge- Fournier, Sharon Drew, Julius , Jr., Richard Guy, Kelly White, Prudence Cowell, Timothy White, Gall O'Shaughnessy, James O'Shaughnessy, Eula Mit- chell, Ronald Fournier, Anne Amateur, Harold Taylor, Jr., Ronald Fullerton, Ken Har- wood, Carole Griffin, Frank O'Malley, Steven Blood, Cynthia Fagnant, William Harris, Jessie Kendall, Jan Vogt, James Belyea, David Belyea, Charles P. Butson. WELLS RIVER-- Sharon Cassidy, James Wheeler, John Mahnker, Stanley Whitman, Robert Longmoore, Jean Welch, Steven Longmoore, Nicholas McLure, Jeanette McLure. N. HAVERHILL-- Francis Stoddard, Joanie Aldrich, Larry McKean, Shauna Kimball, Janelle Bishop, Douglas White, Kevin Bruno, Philip Tucker, Peter Kimball, Steve Patten, Julie Keith, Anna Chase, Robert Clifford, Mary Ingalls, Emily Brooks, Janet Ackerman, Everett Henson, John Pollock DVM, Walter Dellinger, Jan Kinder, Lois Henson. HAVERHILL-- Shirley Norris, Margaret Estill, Lois MONROE-- Patricia Barbara Frost. Dunbar, Denise Leafe, Bar- S. RYEGATE-- Bertha bara Farr, Alice Frazer, Ed Stevens, Ellsworth Frost, Loranger. Stephen Elliott, Dale Wright. BATH-- Rosalie Aldrich, E. RYEGATE-- Gall Donald Ko]lisch, M.D. Nelson, Marsha Nelson. BENTON-- Debbie Boutin, OTHER NEW HAMP- Pauline Noble, Roxanne SHIRE -- Correna Duhe, Boutin. Robert Nicols, Dale Berglund, NEWBURY & S. Earl Ramsay, Raymond Dill, Registration-- Sheila Canteen Nurses-- Marion Pollock, Ann Maccini, Renie Young LPN, Barbara Weed Tucker, Alice Frazer. RCNA. Laboratory Technicians-- Observers-- Joan Knight, Elna Isley, Dale Berglund, MickeyTaylor. Debbie Buell. Medical Histories Lois Canteen-- VFW No. 5245 Berube, RN, BettyDill, RN. June Hill, Bob Hill, Shirley Blood Pressures-- McKean, Florence Clough Josephine Kluk, LPN. assisted by Lee Bradley. Temperature and Pulse-- NEWBURY -- David Patrick Carroll, Marguerite Babysitter-- Shirley Linda Chase, RN, Marion Burroughs, Susan Spooner, Page, Jeffers Page, Michael McAllister. Page, RN, Doris Allen, EMT, Edith Thurston, John Dwyer Carpenter, Richard Cam- Doctor - On - Call -- Dr. Pauline Noble, LPN. DVM. stock. Harry Rowe. Donor Room-- Mary Hobbs/ GROTON-- Margaret OTHER VERMONT -- High School boys to unload LPN, Margaret Wheeler, RN, Wheeler, Howard Hill, Linda Frank Harris, Roger van-- Mark Wheeler, Mike Emily Brooks, Aide, Bea Leonard. Williams, Susan Lackie. Fresolone. Smith, LPN. PFALTZGRAFF DINNERWARE for Christmas Huge Inventory of. Sets and Accessories has Just arrlved lot Christmas...  ,. 2,hp Earl, for Best Selti2n  =o R GII WIIIG RIEE IAYAWAY W Hale Furniture mli Bradford, Vt. & Carpet 222-5755 - , , ---n SHOP BRADFORD NOW 'TIL CHRISTMAS 9 AM--9 PM THRU RTHODONTICS i CHRISTMAS EVE\\;CLOSED 6 PM CHRISTMAS EVE\\;CLOSED SUNDAYS 'eJ and Adults 1 'eC::rB:::ified Montpelier Ortbodonist i g gse00 tble Daily and For Emergencies i lJ F, irvMedicaid, and All lnsurances Accepted , lnnn_00) mdpre-paid, or... - I FEE if this ad is presented at first. d payment schedule is arranged. | 'e Pride Ourselves In Quality Care and I Friendly Communication" i tivlg Anders. D.M.D., LTD. 229.9883 u 154 Main Street, Montpe_Her, Vt. Illlmillagil IHD [0F: DECEMBER. 16, 1982 - Jmauary 21-Febmamq/19 gein can offset unexpected household experma. Try ends in partnershJp an'angement -- even If it means i, I)q:m, t be modest about adverting strengths. Februanj 20-Mah 20 l/chlc or philosophical areas is expanding, but don't ex- maturely. Social event accents glamor and puts you in . Let lal matters becomes less complex Memh 21.Aprll 20 t demanding. Workplace chars up; perbape colleague Is tranderred. Volunteer assignment helps  ]Je more al:x)ut yourself. ' - April 21-Mac 22 ard sy accent reunions, local travel and much discovery. everyone's point of view, but mwting Man- best. May 23-June 21 :rot by signing up fr instruction or mingling with se- al another cultural or age group. Guarantees should be You may be asked to return old favors. R - June 22-July 22 deep and debates can get heated during this Intense tendency to overextend yourself in a fitness event. be launched now. ql 23-Auguot 22 peaks; go to the top with your bright ideas. Partner rare ttme and more space to deal with a personaLmatter. co=fly. " August 23.September 22 Itgh ed tape is the week's big enterprise. Home environ- peaceful again on the weekend. Friend from the past tt'ed in rebuilding relationship. tember 23-Octob 22 ts bring fame which may lead, eventually, to fortune. romantic advice comes from a young friend. Detail work is project. iO _ October 23.NoNmbar 21 I= week's byword. Check safety devices, sign u for a ddon t be too quick to endorse any documents or con- tus [ re iatic n Ip is accented. - November 22.December 22 The time may be right for a change in style or wardrobe. Maintain your independent stance -- it ad- In educational and romantic areas. -- December 23-Januepj 20 friend exchange ideas and introduce each other to new tere=t. It's an intellectual and creative week -- and also one ;  rg= n F ng and solving mysteries. )AY THIS WEEK re s are varied, your energy-level inspiring, your en- taglous Sometimes you tackle a little more than you can lthough monetary cutbacks are indicated, a travel dream into a lovely reality lay the summer of 1983. WEEK |6th, actress LIv Ullmann; ]Tth, actor Gene Rayburn; r Ossle Davis; 19th, actor Ralph Richardson; 20th, actress 21st, actress Jane Fonda; 22nd, conductor Andre 31. 1"he (Sp.) 1 33. Take out 36. Beseech 37. Placed vas 39. Heart 40. Prefix, in 41. Leoder 43. Rest 45. Bard 46. More sage in law 47. Finish ' gross DOWN I. Rubbing the body 2, Ventilate 3. Disparage 4. Poplar tree 5, Raced 6. Aged 7. Greek letter E- ; q. save 25% Susan Bristol Wool Shetland Sweaters sale $36 Our Regular $45 to $48 luxurious shetlands in wonderful gifty styles and colors A perfect quality gift that really says you care. Sizes 36 to 42 Some sinai! medium forge Bet- ter be early for this Value! save 40% quality ribbed knit turtleneck, 8 colors sale $10, Our Regular S18 wide wale rib, so soft in easy care fabric. Eight delightful colors to make layer- ing easy. Sizes small-medium- large. , , , | save 20% gowns, robes, slippers matching flannel prints sale $7 to $56 Our Regular $9 to $45. Quality by Lanz of Salzburg. We are able to offer you this special group of delightful prints at a Gift Giving save to wool and wool blend skirts in nine styles sale *15 to *32 Our Regular $21 to $48 quality skirts in solids and plaids, Choose full circle, dirndte, belted A-line, pleated, splits and much more, Great selection for save to 3 wool and wool blend slacks, fully lined sale *34 Our Regular to $54 quality fully lined, wool lined slacks in a great selection of plaids and basic solids. Sizes 8 to 18 for a perfect fit L She31 ove yOU save 20% to 35% gloves! gloves! gloves! suedes, knits, leathers sale $4 to $12 Our Regular $6 to $19 thick pile lined suede leather, warm pile lined knits, tricot ined eather, Thinsulate ined p easing Savings. Sizes p-s-m-I Super anyone on your tist Sizes 5 to }5 and forever for the warmth and comfort leather palmed knits: Your sure to vaue ,_. 8td. ' ty'llgv  aprt--ecvetor  rerson _., I T ' " HI !;persoallOstles even /rUOlVeebOI2:p[aid ! I[ ' ' q 'Y d fleece lined boots Sale 20% to 30% off Sizes 5 to 10 Warm, cozy, fleece lined to dressy slip ons to soft, fuzzy comfort slippers. A style for everybody on your list. Full range of colors shirts, oxford shirts sale $8 to $19 Our Regular $15 to $29 shirts and dressy blouses. In polyester Georgettes to easy care poly cotton plaids to solid oxfords.  Sizes s-m-I. and coat sweaters sale '19 Our Reguler to $28 hand knit sweaters in V neck, ruffle collar and boat neck puff sleeve, Thigh length coat sweaters. Sizes s-m-L quality sportswear sale $9 to $28 Put together that perfect gift group. Our gals will help you put together a super outfit and you'll SAVE too! Sizes 8 to 18. canvas handbags. sale $24 to *54 Our Regular $30 to $68 fine quality leather bags. Great se- lection of styles and colors to match her wardrobe perfectly. Super Value! save   save $5 to $20 quality leather boots to 30% ,o,,.00ooo0oo, guaranteed waterproof fully lined nylon boot super collection i of soft gowns . sale $49 to $99 and robes Surprise her with a practi- cal gift that will please her tool Great warmth and sale s,o 5 to 10. Some wide calf too! '13 to .,.=.,.., $34 sheloves lace and frills Flatter her with OFF Our Regular 18 to 43 lovely lingerie in SOft brushed nylons, $6 to $15 s flannels, tricots. Many Furl slips, haft-slips, ponties, ret with fancy trims and camisoles, and many frills. Sizes petite- more delightful items our girls wilt help you with. small-medium-large. Wonderful colors, sizes for Bas Longlines Aft-in-One Hurryl The selection is a,. Girdles.Including Lovely Look'* Dras going so fast now. Of by ]8 HOUri. course will wrap it for SALE INDI JANUARY 1,1985 yOUi 9 Stroiner / ,'i I 1. Despised 12. Dull ,: '13. Abound l '::: 17. Made right 19. Allows I,,, i t 21. Walked on 123. Musical note '-.. " , r 25. By 27. More cruel i SAVE SAVE 20% save 20% 13029 Son o* M, GIFT IDEA! to 40% GIFT IDEAl GIFT IDEAl GIFT IDEA! save to 40% GIFT IDEAS! Hanes Stockings I-lanes Todays Girl to 30'/. to 3Oe/o Scarf's Great small leather/nylon Folding Umbrellas 35. Refresh lovely half slips panties, hip 3 Styles, 5 Colors All Style Panty- leg warmers in Bonnie Dean Selection for All waets & fok:ls Handkerchief Belts 32. Cover in white and color huggers, briefs, hose 10 styles/colors 34. Plunder Kne Hi Socks/ MoVe o I m gift priced bikinis!  pflced .,m ,,.m.ed . All styles  priced SQIo gift priced m I 38. mistake , roam 2. ="' "'" 37. Misplace Decieve ,i Kind f lettuce Against Jumbled type ..ert. =teamca_v.e= . MAIN ST., BRADFORD. VT.  twltOngWe'te Otod ) ! Theml December 20, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 turn out for Red Cross blood drawin00 in Woodsville A highly Shirley Cobb, Marina Gibson, Mary Boyce, Edward Page, Leeds Ackerman, RYEGATE-- Debbie Volunteers who staffed the " National Guard-- Sgt. Red Cross blood Beth Pidgeon, Betty Maynes, McLure, Marie McLure, GeraldGherardi. Winchester, Nancy Perkins, drawing were: David Wright, Victor Brooks. held here at the 'd Armory on 9. Of the 120 donors who at- four were f health. actual donors, 12  :s. r town were: Tammy Buell, Gary Belyea, Edward Roy, Raymond R(ge- Fournier, Sharon Drew, Julius , Jr., Richard Guy, Kelly White, Prudence Cowell, Timothy White, Gall O'Shaughnessy, James O'Shaughnessy, Eula Mit- chell, Ronald Fournier, Anne Amateur, Harold Taylor, Jr., Ronald Fullerton, Ken Har- wood, Carole Griffin, Frank O'Malley, Steven Blood, Cynthia Fagnant, William Harris, Jessie Kendall, Jan Vogt, James Belyea, David Belyea, Charles P. Butson. WELLS RIVER-- Sharon Cassidy, James Wheeler, John Mahnker, Stanley Whitman, Robert Longmoore, Jean Welch, Steven Longmoore, Nicholas McLure, Jeanette McLure. N. HAVERHILL-- Francis Stoddard, Joanie Aldrich, Larry McKean, Shauna Kimball, Janelle Bishop, Douglas White, Kevin Bruno, Philip Tucker, Peter Kimball, Steve Patten, Julie Keith, Anna Chase, Robert Clifford, Mary Ingalls, Emily Brooks, Janet Ackerman, Everett Henson, John Pollock DVM, Walter Dellinger, Jan Kinder, Lois Henson. HAVERHILL-- Shirley Norris, Margaret Estill, Lois MONROE-- Patricia Barbara Frost. Dunbar, Denise Leafe, Bar- S. RYEGATE-- Bertha bara Farr, Alice Frazer, Ed Stevens, Ellsworth Frost, Loranger. Stephen Elliott, Dale Wright. BATH-- Rosalie Aldrich, E. RYEGATE-- Gall Donald Ko]lisch, M.D. Nelson, Marsha Nelson. BENTON-- Debbie Boutin, OTHER NEW HAMP- Pauline Noble, Roxanne SHIRE -- Correna Duhe, Boutin. Robert Nicols, Dale Berglund, NEWBURY & S. Earl Ramsay, Raymond Dill, Registration-- Sheila Canteen Nurses-- Marion Pollock, Ann Maccini, Renie Young LPN, Barbara Weed Tucker, Alice Frazer. RCNA. Laboratory Technicians-- Observers-- Joan Knight, Elna Isley, Dale Berglund, MickeyTaylor. Debbie Buell. Medical Histories Lois Canteen-- VFW No. 5245 Berube, RN, BettyDill, RN. June Hill, Bob Hill, Shirley Blood Pressures-- McKean, Florence Clough Josephine Kluk, LPN. assisted by Lee Bradley. Temperature and Pulse-- NEWBURY -- David Patrick Carroll, Marguerite Babysitter-- Shirley Linda Chase, RN, Marion Burroughs, Susan Spooner, Page, Jeffers Page, Michael McAllister. Page, RN, Doris Allen, EMT, Edith Thurston, John Dwyer Carpenter, Richard Cam- Doctor - On - Call -- Dr. Pauline Noble, LPN. DVM. stock. Harry Rowe. Donor Room-- Mary Hobbs/ GROTON-- Margaret OTHER VERMONT -- High School boys to unload LPN, Margaret Wheeler, RN, Wheeler, Howard Hill, Linda Frank Harris, Roger van-- Mark Wheeler, Mike Emily Brooks, Aide, Bea Leonard. Williams, Susan Lackie. Fresolone. Smith, LPN. PFALTZGRAFF DINNERWARE for Christmas Huge Inventory of. Sets and Accessories has Just arrlved lot Christmas...  ,. 2,hp Earl, for Best Selti2n  =o R GII WIIIG RIEE IAYAWAY W Hale Furniture mli Bradford, Vt. & Carpet 222-5755 - , , ---n SHOP BRADFORD NOW 'TIL CHRISTMAS 9 AM--9 PM THRU RTHODONTICS i CHRISTMAS EVE\\;CLOSED 6 PM CHRISTMAS EVE\\;CLOSED SUNDAYS 'eJ and Adults 1 'eC::rB:::ified Montpelier Ortbodonist i g gse00 tble Daily and For Emergencies i lJ F, irvMedicaid, and All lnsurances Accepted , lnnn_00) mdpre-paid, or... - I FEE if this ad is presented at first. d payment schedule is arranged. | 'e Pride Ourselves In Quality Care and I Friendly Communication" i tivlg Anders. D.M.D., LTD. 229.9883 u 154 Main Street, Montpe_Her, Vt. Illlmillagil IHD [0F: DECEMBER. 16, 1982 - Jmauary 21-Febmamq/19 gein can offset unexpected household experma. Try ends in partnershJp an'angement -- even If it means i, I)q:m, t be modest about adverting strengths. Februanj 20-Mah 20 l/chlc or philosophical areas is expanding, but don't ex- maturely. Social event accents glamor and puts you in . Let lal matters becomes less complex Memh 21.Aprll 20 t demanding. Workplace chars up; perbape colleague Is tranderred. Volunteer assignment helps  ]Je more al:x)ut yourself. ' - April 21-Mac 22 ard sy accent reunions, local travel and much discovery. everyone's point of view, but mwting Man- best. May 23-June 21 :rot by signing up fr instruction or mingling with se- al another cultural or age group. Guarantees should be You may be asked to return old favors. R - June 22-July 22 deep and debates can get heated during this Intense tendency to overextend yourself in a fitness event. be launched now. ql 23-Auguot 22 peaks; go to the top with your bright ideas. Partner rare ttme and more space to deal with a personaLmatter. co=fly. " August 23.September 22 Itgh ed tape is the week's big enterprise. Home environ- peaceful again on the weekend. Friend from the past tt'ed in rebuilding relationship. tember 23-Octob 22 ts bring fame which may lead, eventually, to fortune. romantic advice comes from a young friend. Detail work is project. iO _ October 23.NoNmbar 21 I= week's byword. Check safety devices, sign u for a ddon t be too quick to endorse any documents or con- tus [ re iatic n Ip is accented. - November 22.December 22 The time may be right for a change in style or wardrobe. Maintain your independent stance -- it ad- In educational and romantic areas. -- December 23-Januepj 20 friend exchange ideas and introduce each other to new tere=t. It's an intellectual and creative week -- and also one ;  rg= n F ng and solving mysteries. )AY THIS WEEK re s are varied, your energy-level inspiring, your en- taglous Sometimes you tackle a little more than you can lthough monetary cutbacks are indicated, a travel dream into a lovely reality lay the summer of 1983. WEEK |6th, actress LIv Ullmann; ]Tth, actor Gene Rayburn; r Ossle Davis; 19th, actor Ralph Richardson; 20th, actress 21st, actress Jane Fonda; 22nd, conductor Andre 31. 1"he (Sp.) 1 33. Take out 36. Beseech 37. Placed vas 39. Heart 40. Prefix, in 41. Leoder 43. Rest 45. Bard 46. More sage in law 47. Finish ' gross DOWN I. Rubbing the body 2, Ventilate 3. Disparage 4. Poplar tree 5, Raced 6. Aged 7. Greek letter E- ; q. save 25% Susan Bristol Wool Shetland Sweaters sale $36 Our Regular $45 to $48 luxurious shetlands in wonderful gifty styles and colors A perfect quality gift that really says you care. Sizes 36 to 42 Some sinai! medium forge Bet- ter be early for this Value! save 40% quality ribbed knit turtleneck, 8 colors sale $10, Our Regular S18 wide wale rib, so soft in easy care fabric. Eight delightful colors to make layer- ing easy. Sizes small-medium- large. , , , | save 20% gowns, robes, slippers matching flannel prints sale $7 to $56 Our Regular $9 to $45. Quality by Lanz of Salzburg. We are able to offer you this special group of delightful prints at a Gift Giving save to wool and wool blend skirts in nine styles sale *15 to *32 Our Regular $21 to $48 quality skirts in solids and plaids, Choose full circle, dirndte, belted A-line, pleated, splits and much more, Great selection for save to 3 wool and wool blend slacks, fully lined sale *34 Our Regular to $54 quality fully lined, wool lined slacks in a great selection of plaids and basic solids. Sizes 8 to 18 for a perfect fit L She31 ove yOU save 20% to 35% gloves! gloves! gloves! suedes, knits, leathers sale $4 to $12 Our Regular $6 to $19 thick pile lined suede leather, warm pile lined knits, tricot ined eather, Thinsulate ined p easing Savings. Sizes p-s-m-I Super anyone on your tist Sizes 5 to }5 and forever for the warmth and comfort leather palmed knits: Your sure to vaue ,_. 8td. ' ty'llgv  aprt--ecvetor  rerson _., I T ' " HI !;persoallOstles even /rUOlVeebOI2:p[aid ! I[ ' ' q 'Y d fleece lined boots Sale 20% to 30% off Sizes 5 to 10 Warm, cozy, fleece lined to dressy slip ons to soft, fuzzy comfort slippers. A style for everybody on your list. Full range of colors shirts, oxford shirts sale $8 to $19 Our Regular $15 to $29 shirts and dressy blouses. In polyester Georgettes to easy care poly cotton plaids to solid oxfords.  Sizes s-m-I. and coat sweaters sale '19 Our Reguler to $28 hand knit sweaters in V neck, ruffle collar and boat neck puff sleeve, Thigh length coat sweaters. Sizes s-m-L quality sportswear sale $9 to $28 Put together that perfect gift group. Our gals will help you put together a super outfit and you'll SAVE too! Sizes 8 to 18. canvas handbags. sale $24 to *54 Our Regular $30 to $68 fine quality leather bags. Great se- lection of styles and colors to match her wardrobe perfectly. Super Value! save   save $5 to $20 quality leather boots to 30% ,o,,.00ooo0oo, guaranteed waterproof fully lined nylon boot super collection i of soft gowns . sale $49 to $99 and robes Surprise her with a practi- cal gift that will please her tool Great warmth and sale s,o 5 to 10. Some wide calf too! '13 to .,.=.,.., $34 sheloves lace and frills Flatter her with OFF Our Regular 18 to 43 lovely lingerie in SOft brushed nylons, $6 to $15 s flannels, tricots. Many Furl slips, haft-slips, ponties, ret with fancy trims and camisoles, and many frills. Sizes petite- more delightful items our girls wilt help you with. small-medium-large. Wonderful colors, sizes for Bas Longlines Aft-in-One Hurryl The selection is a,. Girdles.Including Lovely Look'* Dras going so fast now. Of by ]8 HOUri. course will wrap it for SALE INDI JANUARY 1,1985 yOUi 9 Stroiner / ,'i I 1. Despised 12. Dull ,: '13. Abound l '::: 17. Made right 19. Allows I,,, i t 21. Walked on 123. Musical note '-.. " , r 25. By 27. More cruel i SAVE SAVE 20% save 20% 13029 Son o* M, GIFT IDEA! to 40% GIFT IDEAl GIFT IDEAl GIFT IDEA! save to 40% GIFT IDEAS! Hanes Stockings I-lanes Todays Girl to 30'/. to 3Oe/o Scarf's Great small leather/nylon Folding Umbrellas 35. Refresh lovely half slips panties, hip 3 Styles, 5 Colors All Style Panty- leg warmers in Bonnie Dean Selection for All waets & fok:ls Handkerchief Belts 32. Cover in white and color huggers, briefs, hose 10 styles/colors 34. Plunder Kne Hi Socks/ MoVe o I m gift priced bikinis!  pflced .,m ,,.m.ed . All styles  priced SQIo gift priced m I 38. mistake , roam 2. ="' "'" 37. Misplace Decieve ,i Kind f lettuce Against Jumbled type ..ert. =teamca_v.e= . MAIN ST., BRADFORD. VT.  twltOngWe'te Otod ) ! Theml