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December 20, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 17 24 HOUR EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE County Mental Health FREE 1-800-622-4244 IRONDACK BOTTLED GAS CORP. P.O. Box 78 HOM6AS Fairlee, Vt. 05045 (802) 333-9711 FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN WIDE RANGE OF APPLIANCES: Empire and Dearborne Heaters Hardwick Ranges Bradford White Water Heaters Jacuzzi and Ducane Gas Grills NOTHING TOO BIG OR SMALL: -- Industrial and Commercial Home Heating Cooking and Hot Water Propane Motorfuei AT THESE DEALERS WITH 70 YEARS COMBINED EXPERIENCE PROPANE INDUSTRY: DOYLES GAS SERVICE DAVIS GAS ROUTE 100 P.O. BOX 26 CHELSEA VT. 05038 WIENIWORTH, N.H. 03282 602-685'-4662 603-764-5748 DAVIS OIL CO. BARNES BOTTLED GAS RD. RID 2 STAR ROUTE 05001 CANAAN, NH 0374 ] EAST BARRIE, Vf. 05649 603-523-4285 802-439-5921 dsville Industries " Factory Outlet Store Christmas Gift Ideas For The Whole Family i -Up Suits Shifts Children's Clothing Slippers & Vests Complete Line Of Hosiery Skirts Line Of Polypropylene Underwear At Low F00cto00 Prices Benton Road, North Haverhill, N. H (Turn At Monument - One Mile On Right) Mon. - Fri. 10:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Ti] Christmas .M.- 3:00 P.M. A Journal Opinion shopping spree 00i[00opping spree reve(z,[s toys, wines, octopus BRADFORD-- The Christmas shopping season has arrived and the Main street in Bradford is pretty well ,filled with Christmas shoppers. In Bradford Television sets are being lugged out of Perry's, wagons and appliances out of the Western Auto store and all kinds of bottled items from the Bottle Shop. That type of activity is not unusual, as tv's, jugs and appliances have always been very popular gift items. On the other hand, the world of toys is about as fast paced as one could imagine. With the ad- vent of fancy, expensive electronic tv games, children's computers and a vast array of Hollywood creatures, toys in these parts are taking on a new side. But, at the Gave and Morrill Hardware Store on Main street, we are told that kids in Bradford and surrounding towns don't fall for the hoopla of the electronic stuff -- they want the basic toys, the sturdy toys, the toys that mean something. Arvid Johnson is our host for a tour of the toy shop. Up on the second floor is a nice complete assortment of appliances and children's toys, sporting items, electrical items. Mainly, Johnson said, the store is oriented toward hardware items, rather than toys. Christmas shoppers mostly want tools and ap- pliances. The toy line has been at the popular store for three years and each year sales increase in their toy depar- tment. The toys are basic and small. Johnson says people in the area like the simple things and they deliberately stay away from the fancy elec= tronic games. Poor quality, he said. "Catchy and trendy items you won't find here," he offered. That is true. He said the basic toys are popular with kids on both sides of the river. Lap games are still popular with shoppers at Gave and Morrill. He noted that the games, such as Monopoly are always selling. "We have already sold out on the most popular children's game called "Candyland," Johnson told the Journal Opinion. "It is the most unusual game you could ever imagine, but it is very popular with the young set." The game is for kids under the first grade age. The most popular toy at Gave and Morrill is a sleek, brightly painted line of pocket cars. Probably inspired from the early day Tootsie toy (they are still being manufactured, by the way) and more recently the Matchbox line, Pocket Cars are reasonably priced at CHRBTMAS to ALL! up to smooth Little wishes holiday Hearty all, EVERYONE AT Auto Parts of Bradford Street ALL YOU NEED FOR MINOR ITCHES AND RASHES. Washers Dryers LOUNGE AREA CLEAN RESTROOM SINK FACILITY ENJoy SOOTHING MUSIC WHILE YOU WASH.* Mr Maytag Says, Keep America Strong, With The "Bond A Month Plan" Come In & Sign Up ..... We Will Give Away A Drawing To Be Held The 2nd Tuesday Of Each Month A S:OO P.M. You DO Not Have To Be Present To Win 11 I % WARM - CLEAN LAUNDROMAT Located Next To Tuck Press On Street Between Woodsille Banks $1.50 and are a nice looking mini-vehicle. Johnson says the pocket cars are popular with the very young and with the not-so- very-young set as well. He said his son is t0-years-old and loves them. They feature rescue vehicles, with a long line of classic cars, the '34 Ford, the blue '53 Chevrolet, etc. Classic cars are popular in the small versions as well as the plastic model kits. Another manufacturer, Tomy, has created other types of cars, trucks and busses. Good looking stocking items and also priced at $1.50. Some have movable parts and in- dependent suspension systems. And they look real. market for Atari is quite competitive. He said a big seller was the Stamper Line, but old time sellers like GI Joe are not particularly popular with the kids this year. He noted the ET craze has entered everywhere, showing balloons and other items emblazoned with the fashionable ET. He said that although there are many popular items on the toy market this year, "nothing could ever take the place of the Rubik Cube last year." And this year, the Rubik's Cube is a very limited thing "Everyone must have one by now." in Woodsviile And over in Woodsville, We talk toys with Judy Clark, who tells us it looks to her like toys are getting back to basics. "We see strong sales of good solid items like coloring books, trucks and games. Also, things like Lego are popular this year," she says. She pointed to the popular plastic auto kits and balsa wood airplane sets. Clark's did not get wrapped into the electronic whizz-bang toy arena this year, or last year or are they planning to get involved in the future. Judy Clark says it is faddish and the toy moguls get too many middle men involved and too much money is needed to get a line of electronic stuff in her store ,' pf Pigs: Donald Duck, the world. Three Little Kittens and He has banded together an others. The Hardy Boys still assortment of Cabot cheeses, sell, she noted. Toy World, a maple syrup from local outlets shop which is open year round, and other delicacies like has been growing by about 25 smoked oysters, octopus, percent each year. Ted Clark clams, mushrooms and trout. ,says he would like to expand And if you don't particularly the toy section, but there is a care for any of the above, he'll space problem. He said he pack anything you want into would like to increase his line that box. of model items, like airplanes Elsewhere he features and cars, but he will hpve to standard wine sets, with find thespace, somehow, either glasses or a wine Down the street from Toy poureri or little English jellies World is a new shopping area and jams. These are packed in called The Village Plaza. Set an assortment of packages, up six months ago by Ed some with trivets, others with Pattzn, the very-well-done a frying pan or a cutting mall has been an attractive board. shopping area since the doors "People are being more were opened, practical this year," Harry One shop in there that was told the Journal Opinion this particularly popular with week. He says when money is shoppers was the Wine and short, people sharpen their Cheese Shop, operated by Don pencils and look for more . Harry. He has set up some practical gifts. He said good, attractive displays and some healthy food is a very prac- good looking gift items. The tical gift. He noted that his most popular items he has custom-designed gift boxed concocted himself, sets are under $20 and it would '* In an effort to be a little be tough to find a really nice more creative and attrz :t new item anywhere for that kind of shoppers into his store, Harry money. assembled a goodly line of Winding our way through edible items, neatly packed in the clover honey, sliced oc- a real wooden box (no plastic) topus, assorted red currant and ready to mail anywhere in jams and passion fruit jelly. the tangerine preserves', assorted sage cheeses and the plum or apricot preserve, we note a line of coffee barrels loaded with imported coffee beans. Mexican Fino, Vienna Roast, Andes, Copenhagen, Columbia Supremo and the Mocha. A very apressive array of pungent col ee beans, ready for the grinder. This too, is a popular and different type of gift. Most of this is ou sale for under $400 a pound,' and it would he difficult to find a gift from Indonesia, Austria or Columbia for such a low price. Then, after your trip through the streets of Brad- ford and Woodsville, ask Don for one of those special im- ported wines. 2ake it home and chill it in a snow bank (there WILL be snow for Christmas) along with twotall stemmed glasses that came with the wine. Then settle up to the fire and conjure up some visions of sugarplums, let them dance in your head- and enjoy. You've sure earned it. Merry Christmas! LOADING UP--Shopper at the Hill's 5 and I0 in Bradford checks good selection of toys. Also featured on the second floor are spin-off sets from the small cars and trucks, like garage sets, little tiny car washes, fire stations and roadways to run on. Johnson says the store will buck the trends and they will continue to stay away from fancy''0ver-priced electronic wizardry of the toy world. "Our customers demand quality and they sure don't get it from that stuff," he said. Up the road a few feet is the bustling Hill's 5 and 10 cents store. Owner Edward Wendell took a brief tour of the toy area, one which was well stocked, both with toys and people. He said one of the most popular truck items in his store is the Stomper Truck series, which features four- wheel drive and a host of miscellaneous types of truck bodies. The store has sotd an excellent line of farm im- plements over the years and these are still popular in the area. They feature tractors, plows, tedders, sickle bars and farm wagons. All metal and painted like farm machinery should be painted. No zippy colors here. And when have you last found real glass marbles for sale? They are in the toy area. They are even made in America. Also featured with this toy are marble pouches, like they used to tote to school way back. Military items are still popular with the boys and the shift here is now to lazer stuff. For the girls, an entire counter is devoted to jump ropes, dolls and accessories, stuffed animals, baking sets, dishes, tea sets, snack kits and lots of supermarket shopping items. Shiny pots and pans can be used, washed out and hung back up. Good training for later years, probably, He said the electronic game Atari at Hill's was sold out long ago He said the game was very popular, but the WELL DRILLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE COMPLETE WATER SYSTEMS iNSTALLED FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI Artesian Well Co. Borre View Drive R.D. Barre, Vt. 476-4832 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE I shoppers there are setting in for the last full week of getting items, while they are still available. Sales there, for the most part, are as well as could be expected and store owners are looking for a good week prior to next weekend's holiday. Located just out of Wood- sville center, up on Central street near the Woodsville Fire Station is Toy World. This store has been in operation for four years and is part of Clark's Business Machines. Excitement mount, as this holida) near. And our appreciation mounts for the loyalty of wonderful patrons, friends. Taylor-Palmer Agency BRADFORD, VERMONT THE LEVI'S' FLANNEL SHIRT. ALWAYS A CLASSIC. Begin with soft, warm, .7.omfortable flannel. Then design a shirt with great looks to match. Now you know what Levfs. flannel shirt Is all about; comfort hncl style. Choose yours /Tom a variety of plaids ond colors. USE YOUR CtURGE ACCOUNT "We like to offer a basic value to shoppers in Wood- sville," she offered "and there are no values involved with the electronic items and some of the heavily advertised character things," she said. She said even a small jack- in-the-box is now just under $10. Judy suggests a good book is the ideal gift for the youngsters. And here at Toy World, there is a good selection of soft and hard cover books for the youngest reader to the older teenagers. It was interesting to hear that the best selling books are still the standard Three Little YCJR FAMItY DfPARThqNT 5TOR St. Johnsbury, Vt, * Woodsville, N.H. Everyone's Santa Jesseman's Garage LISBON, N.H. & Don OFFER YOU FULL SERVICE AT DON'S MOBIL FAIRLEE, VERMONT 802-333-4360 Sp ECIALS OF DECEMBER OIL UNDER COATING ............................ $25.00 CHAIN SAW SHARPENING ........................ $3.00 TIRE STUDDING .................................. $7.00 FRONT END ALIGNMENT ........................ $16.00 WE WILL MOUNT AND BALANCE YOUR SNOW TIRES .............................................. 19.99 LUBE & OIL CHANGE .............................. $9.99 FILTER ............................................ $6.99 ENGINE HEATERS [Tank Style ] INSTALLED $55)95) ..... COMPANY CREDIT CARDS CALL US FOR WINTER TIRE PRICES ! DI / You can expect the best in design, fabric and workmanship in all Judy Bond products. Affentlon to detail and quality are prime concerns in each and every Judy Bond blouse. Wonderful, feminine blouses at affordable prices. / PolylCotton Chambray Blue, Rea 8to 16 $29.00 FREE GIFT WRAPPING OPEN EVERY NIGHT TIL CHRISTMAS USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT December 20, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 17 24 HOUR EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE County Mental Health FREE 1-800-622-4244 IRONDACK BOTTLED GAS CORP. P.O. Box 78 HOM6AS Fairlee, Vt. 05045 (802) 333-9711 FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN WIDE RANGE OF APPLIANCES: Empire and Dearborne Heaters Hardwick Ranges Bradford White Water Heaters Jacuzzi and Ducane Gas Grills NOTHING TOO BIG OR SMALL: -- Industrial and Commercial Home Heating Cooking and Hot Water Propane Motorfuei AT THESE DEALERS WITH 70 YEARS COMBINED EXPERIENCE PROPANE INDUSTRY: DOYLES GAS SERVICE DAVIS GAS ROUTE 100 P.O. BOX 26 CHELSEA VT. 05038 WIENIWORTH, N.H. 03282 602-685'-4662 603-764-5748 DAVIS OIL CO. BARNES BOTTLED GAS RD. RID 2 STAR ROUTE 05001 CANAAN, NH 0374 ] EAST BARRIE, Vf. 05649 603-523-4285 802-439-5921 dsville Industries " Factory Outlet Store Christmas Gift Ideas For The Whole Family i -Up Suits Shifts Children's Clothing Slippers & Vests Complete Line Of Hosiery Skirts Line Of Polypropylene Underwear At Low F00cto00 Prices Benton Road, North Haverhill, N. H (Turn At Monument - One Mile On Right) Mon. - Fri. 10:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Ti] Christmas .M.- 3:00 P.M. A Journal Opinion shopping spree 00i[00opping spree reve(z,[s toys, wines, octopus BRADFORD-- The Christmas shopping season has arrived and the Main street in Bradford is pretty well ,filled with Christmas shoppers. In Bradford Television sets are being lugged out of Perry's, wagons and appliances out of the Western Auto store and all kinds of bottled items from the Bottle Shop. That type of activity is not unusual, as tv's, jugs and appliances have always been very popular gift items. On the other hand, the world of toys is about as fast paced as one could imagine. With the ad- vent of fancy, expensive electronic tv games, children's computers and a vast array of Hollywood creatures, toys in these parts are taking on a new side. But, at the Gave and Morrill Hardware Store on Main street, we are told that kids in Bradford and surrounding towns don't fall for the hoopla of the electronic stuff -- they want the basic toys, the sturdy toys, the toys that mean something. Arvid Johnson is our host for a tour of the toy shop. Up on the second floor is a nice complete assortment of appliances and children's toys, sporting items, electrical items. Mainly, Johnson said, the store is oriented toward hardware items, rather than toys. Christmas shoppers mostly want tools and ap- pliances. The toy line has been at the popular store for three years and each year sales increase in their toy depar- tment. The toys are basic and small. Johnson says people in the area like the simple things and they deliberately stay away from the fancy elec= tronic games. Poor quality, he said. "Catchy and trendy items you won't find here," he offered. That is true. He said the basic toys are popular with kids on both sides of the river. Lap games are still popular with shoppers at Gave and Morrill. He noted that the games, such as Monopoly are always selling. "We have already sold out on the most popular children's game called "Candyland," Johnson told the Journal Opinion. "It is the most unusual game you could ever imagine, but it is very popular with the young set." The game is for kids under the first grade age. The most popular toy at Gave and Morrill is a sleek, brightly painted line of pocket cars. Probably inspired from the early day Tootsie toy (they are still being manufactured, by the way) and more recently the Matchbox line, Pocket Cars are reasonably priced at CHRBTMAS to ALL! up to smooth Little wishes holiday Hearty all, EVERYONE AT Auto Parts of Bradford Street ALL YOU NEED FOR MINOR ITCHES AND RASHES. Washers Dryers LOUNGE AREA CLEAN RESTROOM SINK FACILITY ENJoy SOOTHING MUSIC WHILE YOU WASH.* Mr Maytag Says, Keep America Strong, With The "Bond A Month Plan" Come In & Sign Up ..... We Will Give Away A Drawing To Be Held The 2nd Tuesday Of Each Month A S:OO P.M. You DO Not Have To Be Present To Win 11 I % WARM - CLEAN LAUNDROMAT Located Next To Tuck Press On Street Between Woodsille Banks $1.50 and are a nice looking mini-vehicle. Johnson says the pocket cars are popular with the very young and with the not-so- very-young set as well. He said his son is t0-years-old and loves them. They feature rescue vehicles, with a long line of classic cars, the '34 Ford, the blue '53 Chevrolet, etc. Classic cars are popular in the small versions as well as the plastic model kits. Another manufacturer, Tomy, has created other types of cars, trucks and busses. Good looking stocking items and also priced at $1.50. Some have movable parts and in- dependent suspension systems. And they look real. market for Atari is quite competitive. He said a big seller was the Stamper Line, but old time sellers like GI Joe are not particularly popular with the kids this year. He noted the ET craze has entered everywhere, showing balloons and other items emblazoned with the fashionable ET. He said that although there are many popular items on the toy market this year, "nothing could ever take the place of the Rubik Cube last year." And this year, the Rubik's Cube is a very limited thing "Everyone must have one by now." in Woodsviile And over in Woodsville, We talk toys with Judy Clark, who tells us it looks to her like toys are getting back to basics. "We see strong sales of good solid items like coloring books, trucks and games. Also, things like Lego are popular this year," she says. She pointed to the popular plastic auto kits and balsa wood airplane sets. Clark's did not get wrapped into the electronic whizz-bang toy arena this year, or last year or are they planning to get involved in the future. Judy Clark says it is faddish and the toy moguls get too many middle men involved and too much money is needed to get a line of electronic stuff in her store ,' pf Pigs: Donald Duck, the world. Three Little Kittens and He has banded together an others. The Hardy Boys still assortment of Cabot cheeses, sell, she noted. Toy World, a maple syrup from local outlets shop which is open year round, and other delicacies like has been growing by about 25 smoked oysters, octopus, percent each year. Ted Clark clams, mushrooms and trout. ,says he would like to expand And if you don't particularly the toy section, but there is a care for any of the above, he'll space problem. He said he pack anything you want into would like to increase his line that box. of model items, like airplanes Elsewhere he features and cars, but he will hpve to standard wine sets, with find thespace, somehow, either glasses or a wine Down the street from Toy poureri or little English jellies World is a new shopping area and jams. These are packed in called The Village Plaza. Set an assortment of packages, up six months ago by Ed some with trivets, others with Pattzn, the very-well-done a frying pan or a cutting mall has been an attractive board. shopping area since the doors "People are being more were opened, practical this year," Harry One shop in there that was told the Journal Opinion this particularly popular with week. He says when money is shoppers was the Wine and short, people sharpen their Cheese Shop, operated by Don pencils and look for more . Harry. He has set up some practical gifts. He said good, attractive displays and some healthy food is a very prac- good looking gift items. The tical gift. He noted that his most popular items he has custom-designed gift boxed concocted himself, sets are under $20 and it would '* In an effort to be a little be tough to find a really nice more creative and attrz :t new item anywhere for that kind of shoppers into his store, Harry money. assembled a goodly line of Winding our way through edible items, neatly packed in the clover honey, sliced oc- a real wooden box (no plastic) topus, assorted red currant and ready to mail anywhere in jams and passion fruit jelly. the tangerine preserves', assorted sage cheeses and the plum or apricot preserve, we note a line of coffee barrels loaded with imported coffee beans. Mexican Fino, Vienna Roast, Andes, Copenhagen, Columbia Supremo and the Mocha. A very apressive array of pungent col ee beans, ready for the grinder. This too, is a popular and different type of gift. Most of this is ou sale for under $400 a pound,' and it would he difficult to find a gift from Indonesia, Austria or Columbia for such a low price. Then, after your trip through the streets of Brad- ford and Woodsville, ask Don for one of those special im- ported wines. 2ake it home and chill it in a snow bank (there WILL be snow for Christmas) along with twotall stemmed glasses that came with the wine. Then settle up to the fire and conjure up some visions of sugarplums, let them dance in your head- and enjoy. You've sure earned it. Merry Christmas! LOADING UP--Shopper at the Hill's 5 and I0 in Bradford checks good selection of toys. Also featured on the second floor are spin-off sets from the small cars and trucks, like garage sets, little tiny car washes, fire stations and roadways to run on. Johnson says the store will buck the trends and they will continue to stay away from fancy''0ver-priced electronic wizardry of the toy world. "Our customers demand quality and they sure don't get it from that stuff," he said. Up the road a few feet is the bustling Hill's 5 and 10 cents store. Owner Edward Wendell took a brief tour of the toy area, one which was well stocked, both with toys and people. He said one of the most popular truck items in his store is the Stomper Truck series, which features four- wheel drive and a host of miscellaneous types of truck bodies. The store has sotd an excellent line of farm im- plements over the years and these are still popular in the area. They feature tractors, plows, tedders, sickle bars and farm wagons. All metal and painted like farm machinery should be painted. No zippy colors here. And when have you last found real glass marbles for sale? They are in the toy area. They are even made in America. Also featured with this toy are marble pouches, like they used to tote to school way back. Military items are still popular with the boys and the shift here is now to lazer stuff. For the girls, an entire counter is devoted to jump ropes, dolls and accessories, stuffed animals, baking sets, dishes, tea sets, snack kits and lots of supermarket shopping items. Shiny pots and pans can be used, washed out and hung back up. Good training for later years, probably, He said the electronic game Atari at Hill's was sold out long ago He said the game was very popular, but the WELL DRILLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE COMPLETE WATER SYSTEMS iNSTALLED FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI Artesian Well Co. Borre View Drive R.D. Barre, Vt. 476-4832 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE I shoppers there are setting in for the last full week of getting items, while they are still available. Sales there, for the most part, are as well as could be expected and store owners are looking for a good week prior to next weekend's holiday. Located just out of Wood- sville center, up on Central street near the Woodsville Fire Station is Toy World. This store has been in operation for four years and is part of Clark's Business Machines. Excitement mount, as this holida) near. And our appreciation mounts for the loyalty of wonderful patrons, friends. Taylor-Palmer Agency BRADFORD, VERMONT THE LEVI'S' FLANNEL SHIRT. ALWAYS A CLASSIC. Begin with soft, warm, .7.omfortable flannel. Then design a shirt with great looks to match. Now you know what Levfs. flannel shirt Is all about; comfort hncl style. Choose yours /Tom a variety of plaids ond colors. USE YOUR CtURGE ACCOUNT "We like to offer a basic value to shoppers in Wood- sville," she offered "and there are no values involved with the electronic items and some of the heavily advertised character things," she said. She said even a small jack- in-the-box is now just under $10. Judy suggests a good book is the ideal gift for the youngsters. And here at Toy World, there is a good selection of soft and hard cover books for the youngest reader to the older teenagers. It was interesting to hear that the best selling books are still the standard Three Little YCJR FAMItY DfPARThqNT 5TOR St. Johnsbury, Vt, * Woodsville, N.H. Everyone's Santa Jesseman's Garage LISBON, N.H. & Don OFFER YOU FULL SERVICE AT DON'S MOBIL FAIRLEE, VERMONT 802-333-4360 Sp ECIALS OF DECEMBER OIL UNDER COATING ............................ $25.00 CHAIN SAW SHARPENING ........................ $3.00 TIRE STUDDING .................................. $7.00 FRONT END ALIGNMENT ........................ $16.00 WE WILL MOUNT AND BALANCE YOUR SNOW TIRES .............................................. 19.99 LUBE & OIL CHANGE .............................. $9.99 FILTER ............................................ $6.99 ENGINE HEATERS [Tank Style ] INSTALLED $55)95) ..... COMPANY CREDIT CARDS CALL US FOR WINTER TIRE PRICES ! DI / You can expect the best in design, fabric and workmanship in all Judy Bond products. Affentlon to detail and quality are prime concerns in each and every Judy Bond blouse. Wonderful, feminine blouses at affordable prices. / PolylCotton Chambray Blue, Rea 8to 16 $29.00 FREE GIFT WRAPPING OPEN EVERY NIGHT TIL CHRISTMAS USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT