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l December 20, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 13 HURRYZ OUR 10,9% GM FINANOING ENDS DECEMBER 31Z!! Dr. Jacb Bhn, 86f Orfrdville I oblillarl 1 ORFORD-- Dr. Jacol- Lloyd University Temple University U.S.A.A.F. from 1917-1919 and, Bohn, 86 died Sunday, Dec. 12 where he has been chairman was honorably discharged. On at his home in Orfordville. He of the Dept. of Physics since January I, 1926 he married was born Nov. 16, 1896 in Lick- 1951, he also served as the Florence Lucy Cushman who dale, Pa. the son of Henry and Temple University Wrestling survives. He is also survived Percida (Bordner) Bohn. He Coach, Penn. State College, by one daughter JeanWeirich attended Harvard University California Institute of of Jonestown, Pa., 2 grand-Cal-les J. Cole, 57, from 1924-1926, received a Technology and Shell Oil Co. children, 2 great grand- Bachelor of Science from In1949 and1950 he worked on children and nieces and r  Penn State College in 1924 and the %2 flights in White Sands, nephews. Funeral services received his PhD from New Mexico andlaterin 1952-were held Tues.,Dec. 14, 1982 dies afte ess California Institute of 1953 on atomic testing in at the Orfordville Mrs. Natalie Wheeler of Fort Technology in 1928. Nevada. He also had W. NEWBURY-- Charles J. St. Lucy, FI., and Mrs. Velma Bohn has spent much of his micrometeorite equipment in Cole, 57, died Dec. 7 at the Polcaro of E. Syracuse, N.Y. life as an educator and the Explorer I Satellite. Veterans' Administration Mr. Cole is also survived by physicist working at Harvard He served with the Hospital at White River ILLER AUTO 00. Love//IV. Lathrop, 8,2," In Business Since 1903 28 Gates St. In beautiful downtown White River Jet., Vt. Phone 295-3147 Toll free in N.H. 1-800-451-4546 Toll free in Vt. 1-800-622-4116 Cadillac - Pontiac - Chevrolet - Chevrolet Trucks dies at Veteran's Home CHELSEA-- Lovell W. Lathrop, 88, died Dec. 8 at the Vermont Veterans Home of Bennington, where he was a resident since May. He was bern on Dec. 5, 1894, in Vershire, the son of Elias and Nettie (Tullar) Lathrop. He attended school in Vershire and was an Army veteran of World War I, serving with the 302nd Field Artillery Unit, and was discharged in 1919. "Keep that great GM teelir with geniune GM Parts" Mr. Lathrop was a farmer and logger while he lived in Chelsea. He also was em- ployed as a polisher in the Barre Granite Industry and lived for several years in Barre. In 1929, he married Dora Preece, who died in 1950. He later married Jean Clark in 1955. She died in 1976. He was a member of the Chelsea American Legion Post No. 61. He is survived by three sons, Walter of Barre, Warren of Chelsea and Timothy of Charles,own, N.H.; two daughters, Joan Tucker of Orange and Mary Hart of Bethel; a stepdaughter, Wilma J. Brainard of Salt Lake City, Utah; five gran- dchildren; two great- grandchildren. Three brothers, Chauncy, Roy and Roland, and a sister, Eleanor, are deceased. Funeral services were held at the Boardway and Cilley Funeral Home in Chelsea. Burial was in the Chelsea West Hill Cemetery. Memorial contributions may he made to the American Le$ien Post No. 61, in care of W. S. Gilman, Chelsea, Vt., 05038. Journal i Opinion -I- BOOK FOUR "Mills and Mines" $ O0 PAPER COVER BOOKS AVAILABLE AT: Irick Stere Bath ll's Gr. Wen (dc's Busies Machines, woodsville urn's Gemml Store, So. Swafford trlrnouth Bookstore, Honorer tssevtials Unlimited, Lancast v, & eoncf erodford oton T Cl, verhHI tilrow ,mvoddl Town Clwk, Woodsvino Opinion, Bradford t's Coimtry Clout East Thefford McLam's Stem East .orinth Miir'$ Stl, St Topshom Hewbury Town Clerk Nitho, Hardvre, L Hortheast Slopes, E. Corinth Pearson's Genecal Store, Bamet Ptermont Library Pike Station St Pke wr Bead Shops, South ury Thonms Pharmacy, Wdls River Vermnt flistrkd SocieW, Mmlier Vor-Jre Town Clerk Village Dock Store, Uttleton West garnet Generd Store Your Neig Grocery, So. Rwgate Home of I(atharin Bbisdell, No. Hovavhgl, weekdoy momkqlS SPECIAL OFFER choice of BoOk One, Book Two, Three, or the latest addition, Four plus a one-year subscription Journal Opinion. i imi : ," o o'. : ' ' mniq ) of the Journal Opinion plus Over the River aml 1 t ough the Book Four $13.00; Hard cover $14.50 and N.H., add $2.00 One, Early Travel,, and the Connecticut paper cover, $8.00; hard ;10.00 Two, Indians, settlers, and Paper cover $8.00; $10.00 I i Three, Farming and I Book logging. Paper cover, .00; hard cover $I0.00 ! | Book Four, Mills and Mines. Paper cover, $8.00; hard cover [ $10.00 MAIL TO: Katharine Biaisdell mm No. Haverhill, N.H. 03774 ! i I (check payable to Katharine Blaisdell) s Congregational Church with the Rev. Robert Robb of- ficiating. The Hale Funeral Home of Bradford, Vermont was in charge of arrangements. WriEs H. Robinson ORANGE-- Willis H. Robinson, 81, formerly of Groton, died Dec. 14 in Rowan Court Nursing Home in Barre. Born July 9, 1901, in Stan- bury, Quebec, he was son of William H.. and Ida (Spoor) Robinson, and attended schools there. In earlier years, the family moved to Morrisville where he was engaged in farming and also was a quarryman for Rock of Ages Inc. He retired in 1966. On June 7, 1946, he married Doris Nelson. They lived in Williamstown several years, then for several years in Groton. He had also lived in Corinth and moved two years ago to Orange. Surviving are two sons, William H. Robinson, W. Springfield, Mass., and Martin P. Robinson, Groton; two daughters, Mrs. Ralph (Rose) Messenger, Orlando, Fla., and Pearl Robinson, Groton; five grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Bert (Mable) Walton, Morrisville. 'Another sister, Gladys Kemp, is deceased. His funeral service was held Friday at the Whitcomb Funeral Home in E. Barre. Entombment was in the Wilson Cemetery vault. Hol Hol Ho! Lavoie's Sales and Service is playinR Santa Claus with Stocking Stuffers For Your Enthusiast! We have an excellent line of Polaris Snowmobiles! "ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES" A service department which can't be beat and one of the largest parts departments. COME IN AND VISIT! * LAVOIES SERVICE Rt. 10 Haverhill, N.H. 603-989-3329 RICHARDSON INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. and RICHARDSON ASSOCIATES. INC. "The Real Estate People" Join Together to Wish You and a Happy New Year Kermit W, Riehardson Phyllis K. Ritter Margaret G. Richardson Dale M.M|les'. Daniel A. Perry Marion Ertle 8heila A. Salomaa Bonnie G. Tllurston Klm M. Richardson Bonnie Pease W. Gilbert Cole Junction after a brief illness. Mr. Cole was born in Pomfret, Vt. on Jan. 18, 1925. He was the son of Bryon B. and Beautella (Sanford) Cole. His mother is still residing in Pore fret. Mr. Cole was a self- employed farmer and had resided in W. Newbury for the past 32 years. He was a Korean War veteran. He belonged to the Ox Teamsters Association of New England. He is survived by his wife Nancy (Whitney) of W. Newbury; four sons, Charles P. of S. Newbury, Aaron B. of Bradford, John W. and Stephen M. both of Newbury; and one daughter, Marianne Stockman of Bradford. He is also survived by three brothers, Clinton and Thomas of N. Pomfret and Alfred of Rutland; and three sisters, Mrs. Idh Davis of Claremont, Isabelle Young of Woodstock, seven grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Mr. Cole and his wife had another son, David J., who died in 1974. A memorial service was held 3unday at the Newbury Congregational Church. Those who wish may make memorial contributions to the Vermont Heart Fund, in care of Kenneth Baker, Lyn- donville Savings Bank, Lyndonville, Vt. 05807. l  II  II l ..... lilll . " Ch[istmas Eve Candle Ltqht Servi004e FRIDAY, DECEMBER AT 7:30 P.M. Topsham United Presbyterian Church Topsham, Vermont Join us as we welcome and .qreet the Savior Da at basic WELLS RIVER-- Pvt. James A. Day Jr., son of Marjorie G. Day of Wells River and James A. Day Sr. of 26 Beagle Byway, Dennis, Mass., has completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. During the training,-he received instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, first aid, and Army history and traditions. He is a 1979 graduate of Westboro High School in Massachusetts. INTERESTING FACT A snail travels at the rate of .003 miles per hour. WELI00 RIVER S00dNGS N'K)NEY MARKET HAN. Wells River Savings introduces it's new FDIC insured Money Market Plan, effective December 14th. IVI(00EY MARKEr INTERF_Sr RATF00 Your Money Market Plan begins with an initial deposit of $2500.,. and by maintaining a balance of $2500... your money will be working for you in an invest- merit plan that pays you noney market rates. NO TIME LIMITAT00-00 You may keep your Money Market Plan active as long as youlike.., a week...a day.., amonth.., whatever, and still earn your guaranteed rate of interest. And those rates are adjusted each and every week. Since there are no time restrictions, them is no penalty for early withdrawal. 'START 00)URS TOffY. The FDIC insured Money Market Plan begins December 14th. Your money market account will operate similar to a checking account, permitting you up to three withdrawals by check a month.., and as many deposits of as much or as little as you wish. Ask for details about the Wells River Savings Money Market Plan. Start earning your money market interest today. Wel Is Rive r Savings Bank WellsRiver,VT05081 802.757.2361 MemberFDtC The good neighbor to a good community. l December 20, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 13 HURRYZ OUR 10,9% GM FINANOING ENDS DECEMBER 31Z!! Dr. Jacb Bhn, 86f Orfrdville I oblillarl 1 ORFORD-- Dr. Jacol- Lloyd University Temple University U.S.A.A.F. from 1917-1919 and, Bohn, 86 died Sunday, Dec. 12 where he has been chairman was honorably discharged. On at his home in Orfordville. He of the Dept. of Physics since January I, 1926 he married was born Nov. 16, 1896 in Lick- 1951, he also served as the Florence Lucy Cushman who dale, Pa. the son of Henry and Temple University Wrestling survives. He is also survived Percida (Bordner) Bohn. He Coach, Penn. State College, by one daughter JeanWeirich attended Harvard University California Institute of of Jonestown, Pa., 2 grand-Cal-les J. Cole, 57, from 1924-1926, received a Technology and Shell Oil Co. children, 2 great grand- Bachelor of Science from In1949 and1950 he worked on children and nieces and r  Penn State College in 1924 and the %2 flights in White Sands, nephews. Funeral services received his PhD from New Mexico andlaterin 1952-were held Tues.,Dec. 14, 1982 dies afte ess California Institute of 1953 on atomic testing in at the Orfordville Mrs. Natalie Wheeler of Fort Technology in 1928. Nevada. He also had W. NEWBURY-- Charles J. St. Lucy, FI., and Mrs. Velma Bohn has spent much of his micrometeorite equipment in Cole, 57, died Dec. 7 at the Polcaro of E. Syracuse, N.Y. life as an educator and the Explorer I Satellite. Veterans' Administration Mr. Cole is also survived by physicist working at Harvard He served with the Hospital at White River ILLER AUTO 00. Love//IV. Lathrop, 8,2," In Business Since 1903 28 Gates St. In beautiful downtown White River Jet., Vt. Phone 295-3147 Toll free in N.H. 1-800-451-4546 Toll free in Vt. 1-800-622-4116 Cadillac - Pontiac - Chevrolet - Chevrolet Trucks dies at Veteran's Home CHELSEA-- Lovell W. Lathrop, 88, died Dec. 8 at the Vermont Veterans Home of Bennington, where he was a resident since May. He was bern on Dec. 5, 1894, in Vershire, the son of Elias and Nettie (Tullar) Lathrop. He attended school in Vershire and was an Army veteran of World War I, serving with the 302nd Field Artillery Unit, and was discharged in 1919. "Keep that great GM teelir with geniune GM Parts" Mr. Lathrop was a farmer and logger while he lived in Chelsea. He also was em- ployed as a polisher in the Barre Granite Industry and lived for several years in Barre. In 1929, he married Dora Preece, who died in 1950. He later married Jean Clark in 1955. She died in 1976. He was a member of the Chelsea American Legion Post No. 61. He is survived by three sons, Walter of Barre, Warren of Chelsea and Timothy of Charles,own, N.H.; two daughters, Joan Tucker of Orange and Mary Hart of Bethel; a stepdaughter, Wilma J. Brainard of Salt Lake City, Utah; five gran- dchildren; two great- grandchildren. Three brothers, Chauncy, Roy and Roland, and a sister, Eleanor, are deceased. Funeral services were held at the Boardway and Cilley Funeral Home in Chelsea. Burial was in the Chelsea West Hill Cemetery. Memorial contributions may he made to the American Le$ien Post No. 61, in care of W. S. Gilman, Chelsea, Vt., 05038. Journal i Opinion -I- BOOK FOUR "Mills and Mines" $ O0 PAPER COVER BOOKS AVAILABLE AT: Irick Stere Bath ll's Gr. Wen (dc's Busies Machines, woodsville urn's Gemml Store, So. Swafford trlrnouth Bookstore, Honorer tssevtials Unlimited, Lancast v, & eoncf erodford oton T Cl, verhHI tilrow ,mvoddl Town Clwk, Woodsvino Opinion, Bradford t's Coimtry Clout East Thefford McLam's Stem East .orinth Miir'$ Stl, St Topshom Hewbury Town Clerk Nitho, Hardvre, L Hortheast Slopes, E. Corinth Pearson's Genecal Store, Bamet Ptermont Library Pike Station St Pke wr Bead Shops, South ury Thonms Pharmacy, Wdls River Vermnt flistrkd SocieW, Mmlier Vor-Jre Town Clerk Village Dock Store, Uttleton West garnet Generd Store Your Neig Grocery, So. Rwgate Home of I(atharin Bbisdell, No. Hovavhgl, weekdoy momkqlS SPECIAL OFFER choice of BoOk One, Book Two, Three, or the latest addition, Four plus a one-year subscription Journal Opinion. i imi : ," o o'. : ' ' mniq ) of the Journal Opinion plus Over the River aml 1 t ough the Book Four $13.00; Hard cover $14.50 and N.H., add $2.00 One, Early Travel,, and the Connecticut paper cover, $8.00; hard ;10.00 Two, Indians, settlers, and Paper cover $8.00; $10.00 I i Three, Farming and I Book logging. Paper cover, .00; hard cover $I0.00 ! | Book Four, Mills and Mines. Paper cover, $8.00; hard cover [ $10.00 MAIL TO: Katharine Biaisdell mm No. Haverhill, N.H. 03774 ! i I (check payable to Katharine Blaisdell) s Congregational Church with the Rev. Robert Robb of- ficiating. The Hale Funeral Home of Bradford, Vermont was in charge of arrangements. WriEs H. Robinson ORANGE-- Willis H. Robinson, 81, formerly of Groton, died Dec. 14 in Rowan Court Nursing Home in Barre. Born July 9, 1901, in Stan- bury, Quebec, he was son of William H.. and Ida (Spoor) Robinson, and attended schools there. In earlier years, the family moved to Morrisville where he was engaged in farming and also was a quarryman for Rock of Ages Inc. He retired in 1966. On June 7, 1946, he married Doris Nelson. They lived in Williamstown several years, then for several years in Groton. He had also lived in Corinth and moved two years ago to Orange. Surviving are two sons, William H. Robinson, W. Springfield, Mass., and Martin P. Robinson, Groton; two daughters, Mrs. Ralph (Rose) Messenger, Orlando, Fla., and Pearl Robinson, Groton; five grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Bert (Mable) Walton, Morrisville. 'Another sister, Gladys Kemp, is deceased. His funeral service was held Friday at the Whitcomb Funeral Home in E. Barre. Entombment was in the Wilson Cemetery vault. Hol Hol Ho! Lavoie's Sales and Service is playinR Santa Claus with Stocking Stuffers For Your Enthusiast! We have an excellent line of Polaris Snowmobiles! "ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES" A service department which can't be beat and one of the largest parts departments. COME IN AND VISIT! * LAVOIES SERVICE Rt. 10 Haverhill, N.H. 603-989-3329 RICHARDSON INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. and RICHARDSON ASSOCIATES. INC. "The Real Estate People" Join Together to Wish You and a Happy New Year Kermit W, Riehardson Phyllis K. Ritter Margaret G. Richardson Dale M.M|les'. Daniel A. Perry Marion Ertle 8heila A. Salomaa Bonnie G. Tllurston Klm M. Richardson Bonnie Pease W. Gilbert Cole Junction after a brief illness. Mr. Cole was born in Pomfret, Vt. on Jan. 18, 1925. He was the son of Bryon B. and Beautella (Sanford) Cole. His mother is still residing in Pore fret. Mr. Cole was a self- employed farmer and had resided in W. Newbury for the past 32 years. He was a Korean War veteran. He belonged to the Ox Teamsters Association of New England. He is survived by his wife Nancy (Whitney) of W. Newbury; four sons, Charles P. of S. Newbury, Aaron B. of Bradford, John W. and Stephen M. both of Newbury; and one daughter, Marianne Stockman of Bradford. He is also survived by three brothers, Clinton and Thomas of N. Pomfret and Alfred of Rutland; and three sisters, Mrs. Idh Davis of Claremont, Isabelle Young of Woodstock, seven grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Mr. Cole and his wife had another son, David J., who died in 1974. A memorial service was held 3unday at the Newbury Congregational Church. Those who wish may make memorial contributions to the Vermont Heart Fund, in care of Kenneth Baker, Lyn- donville Savings Bank, Lyndonville, Vt. 05807. l  II  II l ..... lilll . " Ch[istmas Eve Candle Ltqht Servi004e FRIDAY, DECEMBER AT 7:30 P.M. Topsham United Presbyterian Church Topsham, Vermont Join us as we welcome and .qreet the Savior Da at basic WELLS RIVER-- Pvt. James A. Day Jr., son of Marjorie G. Day of Wells River and James A. Day Sr. of 26 Beagle Byway, Dennis, Mass., has completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. During the training,-he received instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, first aid, and Army history and traditions. He is a 1979 graduate of Westboro High School in Massachusetts. INTERESTING FACT A snail travels at the rate of .003 miles per hour. WELI00 RIVER S00dNGS N'K)NEY MARKET HAN. Wells River Savings introduces it's new FDIC insured Money Market Plan, effective December 14th. IVI(00EY MARKEr INTERF_Sr RATF00 Your Money Market Plan begins with an initial deposit of $2500.,. and by maintaining a balance of $2500... your money will be working for you in an invest- merit plan that pays you noney market rates. NO TIME LIMITAT00-00 You may keep your Money Market Plan active as long as youlike.., a week...a day.., amonth.., whatever, and still earn your guaranteed rate of interest. And those rates are adjusted each and every week. Since there are no time restrictions, them is no penalty for early withdrawal. 'START 00)URS TOffY. The FDIC insured Money Market Plan begins December 14th. Your money market account will operate similar to a checking account, permitting you up to three withdrawals by check a month.., and as many deposits of as much or as little as you wish. Ask for details about the Wells River Savings Money Market Plan. Start earning your money market interest today. Wel Is Rive r Savings Bank WellsRiver,VT05081 802.757.2361 MemberFDtC The good neighbor to a good community.