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December 30, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 Sweet FIRST Cus'i)MER-- Julius Tueckhardt, Jr., owner of the new "Pleasant Street Latmdramat" is all smiles as Volney Dyke of Woodsviile is the first customer to use the Maytag washers. State DEA Representative addresses Haverhill teachers WOODSVILLE--Speaking to and developing a testing a group of S.A.U. No. 23 program to relate individual teachers, Nancy Strimbeck, a student interests and ap- Title g representative from the titudes to specific worlds of N. H. State Department of work. A teachers' handbook Education, addressed concern which was published last year in the development of the with project funds has already Career Education program brought ambulances, fire for students in grades K trucks, Bengal tiger cubsand through 12. accompanying personnel -- Her slide program in- the doctor, Red Cross terviewed a group of New volunteers, firemen and Hampshire men and women of animal trainers -- into the all ages who have found school. satisfying work in jobs not Students have gone from usually considered by their six classrooms to supermarkets, or age. the county farm, an art exhibit Funded by a federal grant and more. "The community again this year, theS.A.U. No. becomes important in this 23 advisory committee meets program of infusing career monthly to continue plans for awareness, exploration and scheduling teacher-training preparation into the regular workshops, purchasing curriculum," says an S.A.U. special classroom materials, spokesman. using community resources Eleanor Robinson had lived in Stratford STRAFFORD-- Eleanor S. of S. Royalton; three gran- Robinson, 71, died Saturday, dchildren; a sister, Dec. 19, at the Mary Hitchcock Marguerite Kane of Scar- Memorial Hospital after a sdale; several nieces and brief illness, nephews. She was born Dec. 26, 1909 in A service of remembrahce Groveton, N.H., the daughter was held at the Sharon of Jacob and Lena (Towle) Congregational Church. The Salomon She graduated in Rev. Doris K. Rikert of- 1928 from Hope Street High ficiated. School and from business Cremation was at the Mount school, both in Providence, R. Pleasant CYemartory in St. I. Johnsbury. Burial will be at a She had lived in Scarsdale, later date in the Robinson N.Y., before moving to Cemetery in Stratford. Stratford. She married Memorial contributions Howard B. Robinson in 1945 may be made Morrill and they lived on a farm in Memorial and Harris Library, Stratford. in care of, Betty Brown, Mrs. Robinson wasa former Stratford, Vt., 05072, or to the volunteer in the Newton Royalton Memorial Library, Elementary School in S. in care of, Marcella Brown, S Stratford. Royalton, Vt., 05068. She is survived by her The Boardway and Cilley husband of Stratford; a son, Funeral Home of Chelsea was Tyler C. of Westwond, Mass.; in charge of arrangements. a daughter, Frances Whitney Ivy Bedell dies at 92 ORFORD--Ivy Bedell, 92 of Orford, died Sunday, Dec;' at the Grafton County Nursing Home in N. Haverhill. She was born in Marysville, New Brunswick, Canada; October 7, 1889 the daughter of dance hall. She was a member of the Mt. Cube Grange of Orford and the Bradford American Legion Auxiliary, Bradford. She is survived by her son Milton Bedell, ST. of Brad- Lemuel (Gallimore) tended schools in Marysville, NB, Canada and after her schooling moved to Laconia, N.H., where she was em- ployed by the Laconia State School. On October 2O, 1919 she married George Bedell of Laconia who died March 13, 1961. Mter their marriage they moved to Dunstable, Mass., where they operated a dairy farm for a few years. In 1946 they moved to Orford where she had since made her home. While in Orford, Mrs. Bedell and her husband along with Mrs. Bertha Braynard owned and operated a dairy farm and and Mary ford; her daughter-in-law Clegg She at-Mrs. Virginia Bedell, Brad- ford; two grandchildren Mrs. Shureen Tullar and Milton Bedell Jr., both of Bradford; three great grandchildren and one nephew. Funeral services were held Wednesday, Dec. 23, at the Hale Funeral Home in Bradford with the Rev. James Boudreau officiating. Entombment will take place in the Sawyer Tomb Bradford pending Spring burial and committals services in the family lot in Orford Street Cemetery, Orford, N.H. The Hale Funeral Home of Bradford is in charge of arrangements. OPENING FESTIVITIES-- Local representatives of businesses and for the ribbon cutting which marked the official opening of ........ : ..... Street Laundramat" in Woodsville. Participating in the event are: i-r) Larry Corey, Woodsviile Guaranty Savings Bank; Frank Steigler, Heard Bank; ribbon cutter, T, Borden Walker, owner of the T. Borden Furniture Store; Harvey Walker, president.of Walker Motors; Julius Jr. owner of the laundramat; and Edward Patten. (Botton row, l-r) Hill, Dean Chase, Hoyt Darby, Phil Lackie, Terry Page, Don Staplefeld, "Ulery, and Paul Engley. re) Floyd R. Ray 764-9979 ys Memorial Center wishes to We are sorry to hear of the Connecticut where the service that the center will passing of Robert Alderman in and interment was held. Mr. 22 through White Riyer Jct. His brother Alderman had been in poor Billie Gage will be Arthur took Mrs. Alderman to health for some time. from 9:00 a.m. to Rve00ate Nancy Perkins 584-36 ! 1 Trailblazers 4-H Members of the Ryegate Trailblazers 4-H Club, ac- companied by several parents and friends, went Christmas Ride-ln kmchumaukee Club had a nice Dorchester on Caroling to a number of homes in Ryegate Corner and E Ryegate Friday evening, Dec. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and daughter Marcy hosted a family pre-Christmas Dinner Saturday evening, Dec. 20, with guests Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Curtis, Andrea, and James, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gordon, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson, Tracy and Jeremy from Lincoln, N.H. Dec. 19. The trip I0:00 a.m., and refused to run after The other six continued on out Hill and then to the in Dorchester. had to be broken through about and through After a rest food the trip back and pleasant woods were Lisbon..,,, ,,, ,,,, Blue Mountain Grange ride is planned for Blue Mountain Grange No. E--- As far as is 263 held their annual family trail up the Christmas Program Tuesday -d$I ot be k br en, ..... )-- evening, Dec. 22, with 66 lee GraftenCounty present. Each family had a Chuck Elms and lmer Heath were presentation for the program, which included readings, ][, and working on musical numbers, and games. Y" The evening was highlighted The railroad IWaS rolled to make I]|[]. fOr future riders, lt by a visit from Santa Claus, []l![ICe a and there was a gift exchange rid more like a from the decorated tree. The -'--'-' .... Women's Activities CGm- " mittee distributed candy A-- u, iv[VelU"h" boxes to each child present, t ed from page 81 an orange.and each child was also given _ n and Larry will Candlelight Service t kolott Farm in S. A Christmas Carol and '.  Christmas. Candlelight Service was held '0 ,_, Ann Cole are Sunday evening, Dec. 20 at the ""i'J lday festivities United Presbyterian Church a,tendedAt:x family at here. Special music was ,meV]_ Mile Leighton presented by the Sunday "'.lJ[t 't 22 people. School students and by Vicki . 'c t office only 007 Clark on the trumpet. mb /O the dumps. He Open House ev Jl...east at Christmas Rev. Marion Redding hosted ,. kff/:tled to a special Open House at the Manse c00i=, an .... But he has the sto.= for ame are to he nninll, A.V.S.C. Has Christmas Dinner In the midst of snow, and "" l'=tIN 6"=|t more snow, there were 43 ._. Ammonoosuc Valley Seniors, one new member (Poppy Clark), and five guests at the "?s':'- (m,h_IAMM[I[ Lisbon Town Hall on Dec. 16. __I, 0 Y[AR$ Guests included Mr. and Mrs. John Northrop and Jim, .._.l |XP[RI[gC| Charlotte Derosia, and Arthur :rFWAT[ Boutin The roast beef, ' Lti2 S IS TALL[D chicken, reels, salad, and ice | cream dinner was catered ! ESTIMATE again by the Sneils who got a , lt WRITE big hand. o p. The Firemen's tree, so ably : decorated, Santas, and .,   wreaths were left for the ,v., e Seniors to enjoy The 0..; Meserves furnished the tree that the Seniors decorated, well Co. and under which numbered glf for each were arranged. Roy and Geneva Curtis were '" in charge of this activity. Beulah Foster led the lady songbirds in several Christ- mas carols. Best wishes were read from Mildred Mardin (Birthday ,t.; Monday evening, Dec. 21, with many members and friends from the three Ryegate Churches visiting during the evening. A group of 13 high school students and adu]t gathered Wednesday evening, Dec. 23, to go Christmas Caroling at the Grafton County Home, Cottage Hospital, and several homes in the, community. Following the Caroling they returned to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Nelson for refreshments and a social hour. News Briefs Mrs. Guy Labounty, with' Mrs. Francis Lackie from N. Haverhill, N.H., entertained at the Opera Block in Wood- sville Thursday, Dec. 17, at their Christmas Party with songs on their Baritone Ukulele and guitar. Visitors Saturday, Dec. 19, of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whitehill were their grandson and family Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lamarre, Karen, Gaff, and Timothy from Boscawen, N.H. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty attended the A.A.R.P. Christmas Party Thursday evening Dec. 17, at the Chalet Schaeffer in Woodsville. Mrs. Guy Labounty, with Mrs. Elizabeth Lackie of North Haverhill and Mrs. Rita Lackie of Woodsville en- tertained at the Christmas Party at the Grafton County Hospital in N. Haverhill Wednesday, Dec. 23. They played familiar Christmas music for singing, ac- companying themselves on baritone ukulele, guitar and piano. Hil/dah Bedard 838-6725 thank you), and Mary Morin. Christmas Greetings came from far and near: H. & L. Aldrich, H. Bedard, S. Casey, M. & M. Haynes, F. & M. Snell, V. & C. Snell, and H. Wright. Since there is no meeting on Dec. 23, the Dec. 30 meeting will see door prizes resumed, and a need of many prizes for Game Day. Kay Hall and helpers are in charge el refreshments. In discussion of Birthday Luncheons, it was voted to have the Snells cater them during winter months; and once signed for, each must pay the usual fee unless cancelled in time. Ja'nuary celebrants are George Baines, Mildred Baines, Earl Barrett (94), Stella Barrett, Sylvia Casey, Edgar Clement, Lillian Finley, Marion Finley, Kenneth McKown, Flossie Meade, Garold Miller, James Morrison, Laura Paige, Ada Rutan, Thurman Towle, and lla Wood. Nancy Strimbeck, state Department of Education Title Nine representative. NOTES & cOMMENTS INTESTINGFACT Almost anyone can justify Scholars today have some whatever is done and believe doubts as to whether it. Americus Vespucius, for whom the Americas are INTERESTING FACT named, ever traveled here at Both Michelangelo and all. Leonardo Da Vinci were left- handed. New manager for IJtdeton employment securiW office LITTLETON--Mrs. Eileen Verchereau has been selected as the manager of the com- bined operations of the Lit- fleton office of the Depart- ment of Employment Security. According to Department of Employment Security (DES) officials the agency has just completed a major reorganization in which the employment and unem- ployment services are com- bined under a single manager. On Dec. 10, Mrs. Ver- chereau will attend an orientation meeting in Con- cord and then return to Lit- listen to assume her new responsibilities on Monday, Dec. 14. Those new responsibilities will carry with them a promotion from Manager I to Manager II according to a statement issued by the DES. By combining the two operations DES hopes to be able to maintain the same level of service while cutting operating expenses. INTERESTING FACT If your children shun cooked vegetables, remember, of- fering them raw may be more appealing and is just as healthy. Most any youngster enjoys crunchy raw carrot and celery sticks, and refreshing cold tomato juice. The Evangelical Free Church believes: "That the shed blood of Jesus Christ and His resurrection provide the only ground for justification and salvation for all who believe, and only such as receive Jesus Christ are born of the Holy Spirit, and thus become children of God." Hear a discussion of the new birth at: Bradford Evengekel Free Chu,ch Worshi I) ,rvi(,c I 1 :lilt Sunday Schmll 9:15 II()U'I'E 5 LOWEll I'I,AIN -- Bill Wick. M. Iliv.. Pastor ...-.ILL 1 Cut into the New Year with light- hearted fun. Our " aDreciation to all. FROM ALL OF US AT GRAFTON MOTOR SALES Wo0dsville, N.H, I'VTEIt I,ARRY ROIiEIt RONNIE CIIAIII,IF ('ONIIAI) PIIISCII,I,A I)FNNIS TIM , , i i We're merrily ringing in the New Year with the hope that it brings you many happy hours of good cheer with your loved ones. GRAY & SON FROM: HERB, BECKIE, BEULAH, TIM, TROY, PENNIE, HELEN, ARVILLA, RALPH, GARY, ARTHUR, ROCKY, CHUCK, RUSSELL, GLEN, DOT AND TIPPY. We're drumming in the New Year. Here's hoping it will be filled with success and happiness to outshine the old. We thank you, our friends and customers, and extend to you wishes for the best in the coming year. DOWNTOWN BARRE Closed Saturday Jan. 2mi Goodbye Old Hello 00.New As the old year draws it's curtain and we wait the New Year's birth, all of us at Bradford National take this opportunity to thank you for the privilege of serving you. With unwavering faith in the future, we wish each of you a healthy, prosperous year of peace. We look forward to 1982 as a chance to serve you better than ever. /00BA00AV00 B NATiONALBANK MEMBER FDIC Deposits insured to $'100,000 Bradford 222- 5231 Faldee 333 - 4379 Thetford 785 - 2112 Newbury 866 - 5672 Our Middle Name Is "National" h a ) d I December 30, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 Sweet FIRST Cus'i)MER-- Julius Tueckhardt, Jr., owner of the new "Pleasant Street Latmdramat" is all smiles as Volney Dyke of Woodsviile is the first customer to use the Maytag washers. State DEA Representative addresses Haverhill teachers WOODSVILLE--Speaking to and developing a testing a group of S.A.U. No. 23 program to relate individual teachers, Nancy Strimbeck, a student interests and ap- Title g representative from the titudes to specific worlds of N. H. State Department of work. A teachers' handbook Education, addressed concern which was published last year in the development of the with project funds has already Career Education program brought ambulances, fire for students in grades K trucks, Bengal tiger cubsand through 12. accompanying personnel -- Her slide program in- the doctor, Red Cross terviewed a group of New volunteers, firemen and Hampshire men and women of animal trainers -- into the all ages who have found school. satisfying work in jobs not Students have gone from usually considered by their six classrooms to supermarkets, or age. the county farm, an art exhibit Funded by a federal grant and more. "The community again this year, theS.A.U. No. becomes important in this 23 advisory committee meets program of infusing career monthly to continue plans for awareness, exploration and scheduling teacher-training preparation into the regular workshops, purchasing curriculum," says an S.A.U. special classroom materials, spokesman. using community resources Eleanor Robinson had lived in Stratford STRAFFORD-- Eleanor S. of S. Royalton; three gran- Robinson, 71, died Saturday, dchildren; a sister, Dec. 19, at the Mary Hitchcock Marguerite Kane of Scar- Memorial Hospital after a sdale; several nieces and brief illness, nephews. She was born Dec. 26, 1909 in A service of remembrahce Groveton, N.H., the daughter was held at the Sharon of Jacob and Lena (Towle) Congregational Church. The Salomon She graduated in Rev. Doris K. Rikert of- 1928 from Hope Street High ficiated. School and from business Cremation was at the Mount school, both in Providence, R. Pleasant CYemartory in St. I. Johnsbury. Burial will be at a She had lived in Scarsdale, later date in the Robinson N.Y., before moving to Cemetery in Stratford. Stratford. She married Memorial contributions Howard B. Robinson in 1945 may be made Morrill and they lived on a farm in Memorial and Harris Library, Stratford. in care of, Betty Brown, Mrs. Robinson wasa former Stratford, Vt., 05072, or to the volunteer in the Newton Royalton Memorial Library, Elementary School in S. in care of, Marcella Brown, S Stratford. Royalton, Vt., 05068. She is survived by her The Boardway and Cilley husband of Stratford; a son, Funeral Home of Chelsea was Tyler C. of Westwond, Mass.; in charge of arrangements. a daughter, Frances Whitney Ivy Bedell dies at 92 ORFORD--Ivy Bedell, 92 of Orford, died Sunday, Dec;' at the Grafton County Nursing Home in N. Haverhill. She was born in Marysville, New Brunswick, Canada; October 7, 1889 the daughter of dance hall. She was a member of the Mt. Cube Grange of Orford and the Bradford American Legion Auxiliary, Bradford. She is survived by her son Milton Bedell, ST. of Brad- Lemuel (Gallimore) tended schools in Marysville, NB, Canada and after her schooling moved to Laconia, N.H., where she was em- ployed by the Laconia State School. On October 2O, 1919 she married George Bedell of Laconia who died March 13, 1961. Mter their marriage they moved to Dunstable, Mass., where they operated a dairy farm for a few years. In 1946 they moved to Orford where she had since made her home. While in Orford, Mrs. Bedell and her husband along with Mrs. Bertha Braynard owned and operated a dairy farm and and Mary ford; her daughter-in-law Clegg She at-Mrs. Virginia Bedell, Brad- ford; two grandchildren Mrs. Shureen Tullar and Milton Bedell Jr., both of Bradford; three great grandchildren and one nephew. Funeral services were held Wednesday, Dec. 23, at the Hale Funeral Home in Bradford with the Rev. James Boudreau officiating. Entombment will take place in the Sawyer Tomb Bradford pending Spring burial and committals services in the family lot in Orford Street Cemetery, Orford, N.H. The Hale Funeral Home of Bradford is in charge of arrangements. OPENING FESTIVITIES-- Local representatives of businesses and for the ribbon cutting which marked the official opening of ........ : ..... Street Laundramat" in Woodsville. Participating in the event are: i-r) Larry Corey, Woodsviile Guaranty Savings Bank; Frank Steigler, Heard Bank; ribbon cutter, T, Borden Walker, owner of the T. Borden Furniture Store; Harvey Walker, president.of Walker Motors; Julius Jr. owner of the laundramat; and Edward Patten. (Botton row, l-r) Hill, Dean Chase, Hoyt Darby, Phil Lackie, Terry Page, Don Staplefeld, "Ulery, and Paul Engley. re) Floyd R. Ray 764-9979 ys Memorial Center wishes to We are sorry to hear of the Connecticut where the service that the center will passing of Robert Alderman in and interment was held. Mr. 22 through White Riyer Jct. His brother Alderman had been in poor Billie Gage will be Arthur took Mrs. Alderman to health for some time. from 9:00 a.m. to Rve00ate Nancy Perkins 584-36 ! 1 Trailblazers 4-H Members of the Ryegate Trailblazers 4-H Club, ac- companied by several parents and friends, went Christmas Ride-ln kmchumaukee Club had a nice Dorchester on Caroling to a number of homes in Ryegate Corner and E Ryegate Friday evening, Dec. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and daughter Marcy hosted a family pre-Christmas Dinner Saturday evening, Dec. 20, with guests Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Curtis, Andrea, and James, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perkins, Gene Jr. and Gordon, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson, Tracy and Jeremy from Lincoln, N.H. Dec. 19. The trip I0:00 a.m., and refused to run after The other six continued on out Hill and then to the in Dorchester. had to be broken through about and through After a rest food the trip back and pleasant woods were Lisbon..,,, ,,, ,,,, Blue Mountain Grange ride is planned for Blue Mountain Grange No. E--- As far as is 263 held their annual family trail up the Christmas Program Tuesday -d$I ot be k br en, ..... )-- evening, Dec. 22, with 66 lee GraftenCounty present. Each family had a Chuck Elms and lmer Heath were presentation for the program, which included readings, ][, and working on musical numbers, and games. Y" The evening was highlighted The railroad IWaS rolled to make I]|[]. fOr future riders, lt by a visit from Santa Claus, []l![ICe a and there was a gift exchange rid more like a from the decorated tree. The -'--'-' .... Women's Activities CGm- " mittee distributed candy A-- u, iv[VelU"h" boxes to each child present, t ed from page 81 an orange.and each child was also given _ n and Larry will Candlelight Service t kolott Farm in S. A Christmas Carol and '.  Christmas. Candlelight Service was held '0 ,_, Ann Cole are Sunday evening, Dec. 20 at the ""i'J lday festivities United Presbyterian Church a,tendedAt:x family at here. Special music was ,meV]_ Mile Leighton presented by the Sunday "'.lJ[t 't 22 people. School students and by Vicki . 'c t office only 007 Clark on the trumpet. mb /O the dumps. He Open House ev Jl...east at Christmas Rev. Marion Redding hosted ,. kff/:tled to a special Open House at the Manse c00i=, an .... But he has the sto.= for ame are to he nninll, A.V.S.C. Has Christmas Dinner In the midst of snow, and "" l'=tIN 6"=|t more snow, there were 43 ._. Ammonoosuc Valley Seniors, one new member (Poppy Clark), and five guests at the "?s':'- (m,h_IAMM[I[ Lisbon Town Hall on Dec. 16. __I, 0 Y[AR$ Guests included Mr. and Mrs. John Northrop and Jim, .._.l |XP[RI[gC| Charlotte Derosia, and Arthur :rFWAT[ Boutin The roast beef, ' Lti2 S IS TALL[D chicken, reels, salad, and ice | cream dinner was catered ! ESTIMATE again by the Sneils who got a , lt WRITE big hand. o p. The Firemen's tree, so ably : decorated, Santas, and .,   wreaths were left for the ,v., e Seniors to enjoy The 0..; Meserves furnished the tree that the Seniors decorated, well Co. and under which numbered glf for each were arranged. Roy and Geneva Curtis were '" in charge of this activity. Beulah Foster led the lady songbirds in several Christ- mas carols. Best wishes were read from Mildred Mardin (Birthday ,t.; Monday evening, Dec. 21, with many members and friends from the three Ryegate Churches visiting during the evening. A group of 13 high school students and adu]t gathered Wednesday evening, Dec. 23, to go Christmas Caroling at the Grafton County Home, Cottage Hospital, and several homes in the, community. Following the Caroling they returned to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Nelson for refreshments and a social hour. News Briefs Mrs. Guy Labounty, with' Mrs. Francis Lackie from N. Haverhill, N.H., entertained at the Opera Block in Wood- sville Thursday, Dec. 17, at their Christmas Party with songs on their Baritone Ukulele and guitar. Visitors Saturday, Dec. 19, of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whitehill were their grandson and family Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lamarre, Karen, Gaff, and Timothy from Boscawen, N.H. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Labounty attended the A.A.R.P. Christmas Party Thursday evening Dec. 17, at the Chalet Schaeffer in Woodsville. Mrs. Guy Labounty, with Mrs. Elizabeth Lackie of North Haverhill and Mrs. Rita Lackie of Woodsville en- tertained at the Christmas Party at the Grafton County Hospital in N. Haverhill Wednesday, Dec. 23. They played familiar Christmas music for singing, ac- companying themselves on baritone ukulele, guitar and piano. Hil/dah Bedard 838-6725 thank you), and Mary Morin. Christmas Greetings came from far and near: H. & L. Aldrich, H. Bedard, S. Casey, M. & M. Haynes, F. & M. Snell, V. & C. Snell, and H. Wright. Since there is no meeting on Dec. 23, the Dec. 30 meeting will see door prizes resumed, and a need of many prizes for Game Day. Kay Hall and helpers are in charge el refreshments. In discussion of Birthday Luncheons, it was voted to have the Snells cater them during winter months; and once signed for, each must pay the usual fee unless cancelled in time. Ja'nuary celebrants are George Baines, Mildred Baines, Earl Barrett (94), Stella Barrett, Sylvia Casey, Edgar Clement, Lillian Finley, Marion Finley, Kenneth McKown, Flossie Meade, Garold Miller, James Morrison, Laura Paige, Ada Rutan, Thurman Towle, and lla Wood. Nancy Strimbeck, state Department of Education Title Nine representative. NOTES & cOMMENTS INTESTINGFACT Almost anyone can justify Scholars today have some whatever is done and believe doubts as to whether it. Americus Vespucius, for whom the Americas are INTERESTING FACT named, ever traveled here at Both Michelangelo and all. Leonardo Da Vinci were left- handed. New manager for IJtdeton employment securiW office LITTLETON--Mrs. Eileen Verchereau has been selected as the manager of the com- bined operations of the Lit- fleton office of the Depart- ment of Employment Security. According to Department of Employment Security (DES) officials the agency has just completed a major reorganization in which the employment and unem- ployment services are com- bined under a single manager. On Dec. 10, Mrs. Ver- chereau will attend an orientation meeting in Con- cord and then return to Lit- listen to assume her new responsibilities on Monday, Dec. 14. Those new responsibilities will carry with them a promotion from Manager I to Manager II according to a statement issued by the DES. By combining the two operations DES hopes to be able to maintain the same level of service while cutting operating expenses. INTERESTING FACT If your children shun cooked vegetables, remember, of- fering them raw may be more appealing and is just as healthy. Most any youngster enjoys crunchy raw carrot and celery sticks, and refreshing cold tomato juice. The Evangelical Free Church believes: "That the shed blood of Jesus Christ and His resurrection provide the only ground for justification and salvation for all who believe, and only such as receive Jesus Christ are born of the Holy Spirit, and thus become children of God." Hear a discussion of the new birth at: Bradford Evengekel Free Chu,ch Worshi I) ,rvi(,c I 1 :lilt Sunday Schmll 9:15 II()U'I'E 5 LOWEll I'I,AIN -- Bill Wick. M. Iliv.. Pastor ...-.ILL 1 Cut into the New Year with light- hearted fun. Our " aDreciation to all. FROM ALL OF US AT GRAFTON MOTOR SALES Wo0dsville, N.H, I'VTEIt I,ARRY ROIiEIt RONNIE CIIAIII,IF ('ONIIAI) PIIISCII,I,A I)FNNIS TIM , , i i We're merrily ringing in the New Year with the hope that it brings you many happy hours of good cheer with your loved ones. GRAY & SON FROM: HERB, BECKIE, BEULAH, TIM, TROY, PENNIE, HELEN, ARVILLA, RALPH, GARY, ARTHUR, ROCKY, CHUCK, RUSSELL, GLEN, DOT AND TIPPY. We're drumming in the New Year. Here's hoping it will be filled with success and happiness to outshine the old. We thank you, our friends and customers, and extend to you wishes for the best in the coming year. DOWNTOWN BARRE Closed Saturday Jan. 2mi Goodbye Old Hello 00.New As the old year draws it's curtain and we wait the New Year's birth, all of us at Bradford National take this opportunity to thank you for the privilege of serving you. With unwavering faith in the future, we wish each of you a healthy, prosperous year of peace. We look forward to 1982 as a chance to serve you better than ever. /00BA00AV00 B NATiONALBANK MEMBER FDIC Deposits insured to $'100,000 Bradford 222- 5231 Faldee 333 - 4379 Thetford 785 - 2112 Newbury 866 - 5672 Our Middle Name Is "National" h a ) d I