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Page 2A-The Second Opinion-January 13, 1982, Farm show opens in Barre qcontinued from page IA) and meeting. Topic of the program in the afternoon will be marketing WhiLe the maple producers meet in the Auditorium, the Vermont Beekeepers Association will hold its an- nual meeting in the First Presbyterian Church just down hill from the Farm Show. Wednesday's meetings include those of the Vermont Plantsren's Association at the Br6wn Derby Restaurant, Montpelier; and the Vermont Small Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association at the Presbyterian Church in Ba rre. Across the street at the St. Monica's Catholic Church the Vermont Sheep Breeders Association will be having its annual meeting. The New Hampshire- Vermont Christmas Tree Association will also hold its annual meeting Wednesday at the American Legion Hall on Barre's Main Street, and the Vermont chapter of the Natural Organic Farmers trSKn** ADVISER ICE SKATE ON SKIS Do you feel awkward and clumsy on So remember to try "skating" on your cross country skis? If so, try this your skis for a more relaxed and exercise, rhythmic ski stride. Skiing cross country is much like ice skating. To practice, take off your Y poles. Put your hands behind your back and slide your right ski forward. Technical assistance provided by Professional Ski Instructors of America As you slide that ski, push off the left Eastern Divison-- INTERESTING FACT Cream soups often come out better if heated in the top of a double boiler and not allowed to boil. INTERES'IING FACT Service stations in Saudi Arabia charge about 15 cents a gallon for gas. Modern Furniture Coed--When can I get silk covering for my Floorwalker -- LingerL_____ next aisle to the left. YES. WE STILL HAVE NEW CARS AND TRUCKS AVAILABLE One of the largest new and used car and truck selections in the Upper Valley rhe uDDer Valleys first and only automotive supermarkel Srwtn Cllfgotd West Hattlord. Vt 2115-3013 21)5.3014 Joe LoSchiavo SALES REPRESENTATIVE 479-0540 222-9331 HOULE DATSUN-VOLVO NEW & USED CARS 18t SOUTH MAIN ST. BARRE. VERMONT 06641 Association will also meet. Thursday's program finds the Vermont Horseman's Council meeting at St. Monica's Church in the af- ternoon. Dairymen's Banquet The largest meeting of the Farm Show will be the annual Dairymen's Banquet at noon on Thursday in the Auditorium. Included on the ski and glide on the right one. Then  slide your left ski forward, push off  the right ski, and repeat. It's just like skating! .#.k' Practice your "skating" exercise on f. '/ a slight downgrade. Start slowly, and /,dr ' / then try to develop a rhythm. As in ./, J / skating, balance is important! After a   / I short time, you shou d feel smoother and more stable on your skis. Then, '/)' ,  just put your poles on and ski like ../i J/ .4 new. ///"\\; Nordic "Hope of the Good Guyd'" E. Pelnut Palter Wilder V! 295.3724 Bank rate up to 48 months to oay program will be presentation "CASH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS AND PICKUPS '-- _0 of the 1981 Vermont Out- ______.---,_ CLIFFORD ' "-'== i' standing Farmer of the Year , OVER 36 YEARS DEPENDABLE SERVICE /q,L/-Award to the Vasseur o ' ,' SGARAGLINC Brothers of Fayston, and the I '0 presentation of the Vermont P / Jaycees' award to an out- DODGi 11'I/ Route 14, W. Hartford, Vt. 'OP TRADE IN /l.. standing young farmer. =U Speaker at the dairy ,/ banquet will be John / Stephenson, retired Extension /q3 agricultural agent, who spent |_U a year studying how to con- THE 1982 JOURNAL r-  serve energy on dairy farms, T T DRIV Admission to the exhibits ,tlh" and events in the Auditorium |-0 is free although the various {tm Associations may charge for lunch during their annual ." meetings. OPl N ION/ ECON D OPl N ION IIg (-0 lnfrmatin n the Farm a A 2 Show is available from the Vermont Farm Show office at ,,l[3 w 828-2437, and from local (-0 county Extension Service  offices. pray ON MOST No other vehicle gets better gas mileage ...-y....,;.,t Before you step into your car to do some =.====m.= . , ,, ,, ,, beams for shopping, browse through tle pages of advertising I L ETV courses in the Journal Opini0n/Sec0nd Opinion. Journal / Opinion Enrollment is now open for We're a gas saver. With the cost of the spring semester of Ver- l il St. Johnsbury, Yr. mont ETV College Courses, energy soaring, we can cut your driving time and save you money. The Newspaper For Everybody GARY'S GAS & FUEL Main Street N. Haverhill, N.H. (603) 787-6118 HOME HEAtiNG FUEL '"-$11S per gallon Minimum 100 plion drop Ask about volume discounts No. 2 Diesel $1.22 gal. tax paid S&H GREEN STAMPS GIVEN ON HEATING FUEL NOW DELIVERING 500 gal. sales and over deliver up to 25 miles. ALSO AVAIL,BLE: Trailer drops at big savings STRICTLY CASH ON DELIVERY SALES ONLY Burner SerVice Available Through James Hood 603-787-6600 the statewide service that offers the opportunity to earn college credits without at- tending classes on campus. When the service began last fall, over 600 inquiries were received, resulting in 81 enrollments. The courses were heavily used by adults in the 25 to 49 age range working outside the home. Jan. 25 marks the beginning schedule are: "Contemporary tiealth Issues," a study of l oday's health problems; "It's Everybody's Business," an introduction to the world of commerce: and "Under- standing Human Behavior," an introducl ion to psychology. Two new courses this spring are: "Interaction," a look at interpersonal relations as applied to classroom situations, and "Focus On Society," a basic course in contemporary sociology. The courses are broadcast from six to seven weeknights, and are repeated on Satur- days. For more information call (802) 656-3311 during business hours or write to Vermont ETV College Courses. Winooski, Vt. 05404. l NTERESTING FACT Giant squids off the coast of northeast America often at- tain a total length of 55 feet. Buy 0 atu00. A future in personal computing. It can help your children get ahead in school. And it can help you and your mate get ahead in life. For a limited time, we're offering everything you need to get started in one specially-priced package--the Apple Family System. See us for a free demonstration. And a brighter future. The Apple Family System: 48K Apple t f '  II Plus, Disk II drive, RF modu-  lator (lets you use your TV as ,..,4Jis ml' monitor), two hand con- . t" 'J Si:j ,,on, i, ea, ca,oni aod ;  recreational sottwate i '.. packages Onctuding Per-  sonal Filing SystemP Appl Writer, and Personal / Finance Manager"), and -  /.: .-'\\;.mm reference/training library - _ - -_  J E)ealer, }ot rrvJre tr|ormatlOfl, call or V}SI! CHIPS MICROcENTER 3 South Street Hanover. N.H. 03755 (603) 643-5413 Hours: MS 9-5 During 1981 we ran many miles of retail advertising and more miles of classifieds. So test drive the Journal Opinion/Second Opinion. We're miles ahea." 3f everyone else. Whether you're looking to buy, news, look to the Journal OpinionlSeond Opinion Send the Journal Opinion right away! [ Enclosed is $9.00 (Vt./N.H.) Enclosed is $11.00 (All other states) SENIOR CITIZENS DEDUCT $2.00 NAME ADDRESS RFD L,--.= SECOND___ OPINION IS FREE WITH YOUR ORDER. , ::.: I / / Page 2A-The Second Opinion-January 13, 1982, Farm show opens in Barre qcontinued from page IA) and meeting. Topic of the program in the afternoon will be marketing WhiLe the maple producers meet in the Auditorium, the Vermont Beekeepers Association will hold its an- nual meeting in the First Presbyterian Church just down hill from the Farm Show. Wednesday's meetings include those of the Vermont Plantsren's Association at the Br6wn Derby Restaurant, Montpelier; and the Vermont Small Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association at the Presbyterian Church in Ba rre. Across the street at the St. Monica's Catholic Church the Vermont Sheep Breeders Association will be having its annual meeting. The New Hampshire- Vermont Christmas Tree Association will also hold its annual meeting Wednesday at the American Legion Hall on Barre's Main Street, and the Vermont chapter of the Natural Organic Farmers trSKn** ADVISER ICE SKATE ON SKIS Do you feel awkward and clumsy on So remember to try "skating" on your cross country skis? If so, try this your skis for a more relaxed and exercise, rhythmic ski stride. Skiing cross country is much like ice skating. To practice, take off your Y poles. Put your hands behind your back and slide your right ski forward. Technical assistance provided by Professional Ski Instructors of America As you slide that ski, push off the left Eastern Divison-- INTERESTING FACT Cream soups often come out better if heated in the top of a double boiler and not allowed to boil. INTERES'IING FACT Service stations in Saudi Arabia charge about 15 cents a gallon for gas. Modern Furniture Coed--When can I get silk covering for my Floorwalker -- LingerL_____ next aisle to the left. YES. WE STILL HAVE NEW CARS AND TRUCKS AVAILABLE One of the largest new and used car and truck selections in the Upper Valley rhe uDDer Valleys first and only automotive supermarkel Srwtn Cllfgotd West Hattlord. Vt 2115-3013 21)5.3014 Joe LoSchiavo SALES REPRESENTATIVE 479-0540 222-9331 HOULE DATSUN-VOLVO NEW & USED CARS 18t SOUTH MAIN ST. BARRE. VERMONT 06641 Association will also meet. Thursday's program finds the Vermont Horseman's Council meeting at St. Monica's Church in the af- ternoon. Dairymen's Banquet The largest meeting of the Farm Show will be the annual Dairymen's Banquet at noon on Thursday in the Auditorium. Included on the ski and glide on the right one. Then  slide your left ski forward, push off  the right ski, and repeat. It's just like skating! .#.k' Practice your "skating" exercise on f. '/ a slight downgrade. Start slowly, and /,dr ' / then try to develop a rhythm. As in ./, J / skating, balance is important! After a   / I short time, you shou d feel smoother and more stable on your skis. Then, '/)' ,  just put your poles on and ski like ../i J/ .4 new. ///"\\; Nordic "Hope of the Good Guyd'" E. Pelnut Palter Wilder V! 295.3724 Bank rate up to 48 months to oay program will be presentation "CASH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS AND PICKUPS '-- _0 of the 1981 Vermont Out- ______.---,_ CLIFFORD ' "-'== i' standing Farmer of the Year , OVER 36 YEARS DEPENDABLE SERVICE /q,L/-Award to the Vasseur o ' ,' SGARAGLINC Brothers of Fayston, and the I '0 presentation of the Vermont P / Jaycees' award to an out- DODGi 11'I/ Route 14, W. Hartford, Vt. 'OP TRADE IN /l.. standing young farmer. =U Speaker at the dairy ,/ banquet will be John / Stephenson, retired Extension /q3 agricultural agent, who spent |_U a year studying how to con- THE 1982 JOURNAL r-  serve energy on dairy farms, T T DRIV Admission to the exhibits ,tlh" and events in the Auditorium |-0 is free although the various {tm Associations may charge for lunch during their annual ." meetings. OPl N ION/ ECON D OPl N ION IIg (-0 lnfrmatin n the Farm a A 2 Show is available from the Vermont Farm Show office at ,,l[3 w 828-2437, and from local (-0 county Extension Service  offices. pray ON MOST No other vehicle gets better gas mileage ...-y....,;.,t Before you step into your car to do some =.====m.= . , ,, ,, ,, beams for shopping, browse through tle pages of advertising I L ETV courses in the Journal Opini0n/Sec0nd Opinion. Journal / Opinion Enrollment is now open for We're a gas saver. With the cost of the spring semester of Ver- l il St. Johnsbury, Yr. mont ETV College Courses, energy soaring, we can cut your driving time and save you money. The Newspaper For Everybody GARY'S GAS & FUEL Main Street N. Haverhill, N.H. (603) 787-6118 HOME HEAtiNG FUEL '"-$11S per gallon Minimum 100 plion drop Ask about volume discounts No. 2 Diesel $1.22 gal. tax paid S&H GREEN STAMPS GIVEN ON HEATING FUEL NOW DELIVERING 500 gal. sales and over deliver up to 25 miles. ALSO AVAIL,BLE: Trailer drops at big savings STRICTLY CASH ON DELIVERY SALES ONLY Burner SerVice Available Through James Hood 603-787-6600 the statewide service that offers the opportunity to earn college credits without at- tending classes on campus. When the service began last fall, over 600 inquiries were received, resulting in 81 enrollments. The courses were heavily used by adults in the 25 to 49 age range working outside the home. Jan. 25 marks the beginning schedule are: "Contemporary tiealth Issues," a study of l oday's health problems; "It's Everybody's Business," an introduction to the world of commerce: and "Under- standing Human Behavior," an introducl ion to psychology. Two new courses this spring are: "Interaction," a look at interpersonal relations as applied to classroom situations, and "Focus On Society," a basic course in contemporary sociology. The courses are broadcast from six to seven weeknights, and are repeated on Satur- days. For more information call (802) 656-3311 during business hours or write to Vermont ETV College Courses. Winooski, Vt. 05404. l NTERESTING FACT Giant squids off the coast of northeast America often at- tain a total length of 55 feet. Buy 0 atu00. A future in personal computing. It can help your children get ahead in school. And it can help you and your mate get ahead in life. For a limited time, we're offering everything you need to get started in one specially-priced package--the Apple Family System. See us for a free demonstration. And a brighter future. The Apple Family System: 48K Apple t f '  II Plus, Disk II drive, RF modu-  lator (lets you use your TV as ,..,4Jis ml' monitor), two hand con- . t" 'J Si:j ,,on, i, ea, ca,oni aod ;  recreational sottwate i '.. packages Onctuding Per-  sonal Filing SystemP Appl Writer, and Personal / Finance Manager"), and -  /.: .-'\\;.mm reference/training library - _ - -_  J E)ealer, }ot rrvJre tr|ormatlOfl, call or V}SI! CHIPS MICROcENTER 3 South Street Hanover. N.H. 03755 (603) 643-5413 Hours: MS 9-5 During 1981 we ran many miles of retail advertising and more miles of classifieds. So test drive the Journal Opinion/Second Opinion. We're miles ahea." 3f everyone else. Whether you're looking to buy, news, look to the Journal OpinionlSeond Opinion Send the Journal Opinion right away! [ Enclosed is $9.00 (Vt./N.H.) Enclosed is $11.00 (All other states) SENIOR CITIZENS DEDUCT $2.00 NAME ADDRESS RFD L,--.= SECOND___ OPINION IS FREE WITH YOUR ORDER. , ::.: I / /