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ANNOUNCING CARD SHOWER Honoring 50th Wedding Anniversary of Mr. &amp; Mrs. Jesse Gilbert RFD, Piermont, N.H. 03779 on February 4, 1982 PASS ON THE OUTSIDE TRACK  Start with a vigorous push off in the direction desired (A), let your outside ski pass over both grooves of the Learn/n00 by toucbhtu" by I,YNN II(}I,I,ANi) One of the earliest ways of learning is through the sense of touch. IE EARTH R EARTH NEWS iS a registered trademark of THE MOTHER EARTH NEWSr InCI SLOW COOKING IN NATURE'S KITCHEN Jim McCiarin recently told us how he found / out that his compost heap could slow-cook food.., without electricity. One evening, when his refrigerator went on the blink, Jim decided to make yogurt rather than let some fresh milk go sour. He had heated the milk, cooled it down, and added a helping of already-made yo- to get the recipe started when he was un- expectedly invited out to dinner. Jim says that at this point he remembered reading that the ancient Chinese sometimes cooked eggs in compost. So, he placed the cooking container with yogurt-to-be in his backyard heap, hoping it'd keep warm enough to work. When e lifted the lid the next day, though, Jim found not yogurt but a crude cheese! He guessed that his humus pile had been too hot for the job, so after that first ex- periment Jim decided to be more picky• McClarin reports "since my initial attempt, I've learned to probe carefully in the 'working' mound until I find a spot with just the right warmth to create successful compost-cooked yogurt.., a dish that has become a regular part of my diet." Jim's next cooking effort involved a nice fresh egg safely enclosed in a plastic bag. He•found a "just right" hot spot in the compost, dropped in the sack with a rope at- tached, and covered it over again. "Then early the next day, I peeled and ate the most mouthwatering hard-boiled egg of my llfe. except of course, the taste treat hadn't been boiled. Now, whenever I hanker for a aJ breakfast treat, I drop a few eggs into the compost heap in the eve- and IooR forward to a morning feast." Before long, Jim got around to trying to cook meat dishes in his organic "oven"• The first roast, alas, was a failure. His newly built compost pile hadn't warmed up enough yet, and the established heap was a bit too cool. Undaunted, Jim bought an- other roast.., along with a meat thermometer• Once the new heap had gotten "up to heat", a second piece of beef was placed inside the yogurt pail (to keep it sealed against bacteria) and buried in the hottest part of the pile (where Jim tested out the temperature at 155 °F). "Thirteen hours later," the experimenter says, "a brief taste of the meat trapped in its own broth convinced me that compost is the only way to roast! I served the tender, juicy viand to friends at lunch that day, and they all agreed it was superb. "In no time at all, a duck with orange juice and apricots found its way into the hot heap. It stayed buried in its sealed container for 23 hours at 155-165°F.. • and was per[ect when I served it with wine and wild plum sauce." Jim has found that there are some limitations to this unusual cooking method, how- z. Soybeans and pinto beans never really softened, and he had no better luck with • . .. you ark it right, your compost mound can provide lots more than the organ- m zertiliaer it's famous for. It can cook your supper for you! For FREE addltloml! information on compost power or on THE MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine, send your name and address and ask for Reprint No. 1140: "Cow Power"• Mail to Doing MORE... With LESSL P.O. Box 70. Handeraonvllle, N.C. 28791, or in care of this paper. Copyright 1982 THE MOTHER EARTH NEWS, Inc. Joe LoSchiavo STATE OF VERMONT NICE TO CR[NIS DISTRICT Of: BRADFORD, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of Edna N. Habb, late of Newbury, doceosed. . Gornett J. H abb of Neoury hereby states that he has aeen appointed o personal representative of the above estate, kl creditors having claims ngainst the above estate are required to present the claim in writing within four months after the dote of the first publication hereof to the abate 181 SOUTH MAIN ST. personal representative at the.above address BARRE. VERMONT 015641 or to the Register of fhe Probate Court ol Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever barred Dated at Newbury this 28th day of GOLDEN GLEAMS December, 1981. Heaven protects children, Garnett J. Pebb Ir= gelnmltke of every sailors and drunken men• , ...... - --Thomas Hughes. "" ...... With an Apple III Personal Computer, VisiCalc"* III and Apple Business Graphics VisiCalc III is the most powerful electronic worksheet of its type. And'it's only available with Apple III Because it's larger and more flexible, you can make SALES REPRESENTATIVE 479-0540 222-9331 HOULE DATSUN-VOLVO more intelligent decisions. Ask "What if?" Evaluate options effectively. Seize opportunities. And, since it's compatible with our Business Graphics, you (and others) can see your thinking. In bar charts, scatter charts, pie charts and line graphs. With built-in statistical and data manipulation features that let you see things dif- ferently. And complete high-resolution COlor capability• ..... Come in and see the Appm ill. For a graphic demonstration of DOwer. & USED CARS MENTS is a word misun- by many Growing Child, a monthly child development newsletter, reports that long after a baby has gained control of her eyes--at about four mon- ths--and has begun to learn through them, she will con- tinue to learn by holding, touching., handling, and mouthing objects. The world is full of many things which have different "feels." One of a child's earliest ways of learning about what is "out there" is through touching and being touched. The idea that some things are the "same" and some are "different" is one of the most basic of all early learnings. One way to help a child learn more about the "same and other track before bringing the inside ski into that track (B), then bring the outside ski into the track before con- tinuing on (C). When you approach a slower skier, or group of skiers, on a double track, pass easily and safely by skating from one set of tracks to the other• • For e informalion, call or visit: CHIPS MICROcENTER 3 South Street Hanover, N H. 03755 (603) 643-5413 Hours: M-S 9-5 different" is to give her many opportunities to feel all those interesting "feels" in the world out there. The active, even fussy, baby never lacks for stimulation of lifting and handling. However, the placid, or "good" baby may be deprived of stimulation because she never makes demands on her • Reprinted with permission of Ski Magazine Techmca( assistance provided by Professional Ski Instructors at A;nerica \\; GARY'S GAS & FUEL Main Street N. Haverhill, N.H. (603) 787-6118 Eastern Division-- Nordic I//=[rlL'11id D] t [] =1 NOTICE OF NEARING ON ALLOWMICI[ OF WILL TAT[ Of VERMONT IN THI !,', [fir OF THE ESTATE OF Eva ken Turnbtl PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF Bredford To the he,rs.at law and all persons in- HOME HEATING FUEL , ....... ,mtneEtateofEvoNeisarTurnbu|l  of Newhvrv m said District deceased: OU or(, not*fled that a written mstrument ,,.,118 nn''ciulYPiq7'ondpurp°rtirm'obethe laI Will and Testament of said deeqsed has bepn preented to the Probate Cove for the D,, tract of Brndlord by Edwin P. Chomberlin. per gallon ,,,,o et,t,on,oest'. Praise thereof The heminq thereon has been scheduled Minimum 100 gallon drop ,0, ,,,e .,t, .o. o, ,eb.uo. ,a, ,0:00 n r, n tho Probate Court Wells River, Ask about volume discounts No. 2 Diesel $1.22 gal. tax paid parents. All babies, active or placid, can benefit from gentle stimulation. Before her bath, place your baby on her stomach and gently stroke and rub her back, arms, and legs with your hand. Pat her gently all over or tap her with your fingertips• Sometimes rub her gently With something soft and velvety. A piece of soft cor- duroy is excellent. After bath, don't just pat her dry. Rub her arms, legs, stomach and back with a soft towel. Kiss her head, hands, feet. Play with her toes as you talk to her. Pat her feet together. Make bubbling noise against the skin in the hollow of her neck. A ticklish baby is often hypersensitive to touch because she has not had enough stimulation of her sense of touch. If your baby is ticklish, begin by using her own hands to rub and pat her body. As she learns to trust her own touch, you can gradually begin using your own hand. Remember, too, that a very light touch is more "tiekly"i S&H GREEN STAMPS V,rmont Yo' may apDeor then and there to ,now cause d any you may have why the ma msfrumen should not be allowed as the ! qs t Will and Te lament of the deceased l,nted th,s 30th day of December 198 I IS/ RenaN Vjneu Judge I 13 ?0 27 / I :[t[,,J I d [I) t [t,J 1 $1A lrl 0f VERMONT NOTIC! 10 ¢IIDITOI DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of Helen Edmonds Piper late of Wolpoe, New Ham- pshire, deceased. Lawrence H. Piper of Box 599 Drewsvifle, New Hampshire hereby states that he has been appointed a personal representative of the above estate. All creditors having claims against the above estate are required to present the claim m writing within four months after the dote of the first publication hereof to the above personal representative at the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever oorred. Dated at Bradford this lath day of January, 1982. Lawrence H. Piper Im.ml lellWemo 1/27-2/3-10 GIVEN ON HEATING FUEL NOW DELIVERING 500 gal. sales and over deliver up to 25 miles. ALSO AVAILABLE: Trailer drops at big savings STRICTLY CASH ON DELigERY SALES ONLY Burner Service Available Through James Hood 603-787-6600 II II IIII I I I I _ -,.l tbanafirmertouch. Agentle, Valentine Gifts I but firm touch with the whole palm of your hand is less apt to "tickle" than a feather-like stroking with the tips of your TM d fingers. 1  Be careful to proceed cautiously with a ticklish ''t , baby. Watch her face and bel  ,, sensitive to her responses, and] you will be able to develop normal sensation, v,,/ , January 27, 1982-The Second Opinion-Page 5A 34 Taft Ave., White River Jct., Vt. Phone 295-9127 . Ladies Apparel MANY ITEMS THROUGHOUT THE STORE January Sale Ends Sat., Jan. 30tl Fit*, Co. OVER 95 YEARS IN DOWNTOWN BARRE OPEN! 9:30-5:00 FRI. 9:30-9 PM CLOSED SUNDAY Orthodontist Chops Down Prices! Dr. Irving Anders, Orthodontist, 154 Main St.. Montpeller, GRAFTON MOTORS N.H. (60 747-1 NOTES & COMMENTS Most people think they are pretty smart, so why not agree with them? NOTIG OF Hhlgll ON .AILtOWCE Of WILL STATE OF VMONff IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF EImw $. lk PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF IlmllfeCd To the heirs at law and all persons in- terested in the Estate of Eleoner S, Robinson, late of Stratford, in said District, deceased: You are notified that a written instrument doted January 3, 1973, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Howard S. Robinson, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 23rd day of February, 1982 at 11:00 a,m. at the Prubate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You my appear then and there to show cause, ff any you may have, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Last Wtlt and Testament of the deceosad. Dated this 13th day of January, 1982. /sl RenaN. Vigneou 1/27-2/3-10 i I :[rF:l I d [el 1[] has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Inez F. Jouk, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 16th day of Fabruory, 1982 at 10:00 a.m at the Probate Court, Wells Rivert Verr0ont. You my appear then and there to show cause, if any you may have, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Lost Will and Testament of the deceased. Dated this 8th day of January, 1982. is/Rena N. Vigneou Jbe 1 / 21-27-2/3 Barre, Vermont 00outh (T.mtr¢ AH 000000000000000000 All CHdren's & Women's Winter Goflli, g Reduced UPER SPECIALS . ,.font. 4 O % Off SEE US TODAY... =1 COST-FREE IIqJIIliNANCL For two yars or 24.000 mtl--whlcr ever comes first-- Ford will provu: your Escort with free sc,duled maintenance Absolutely free- ncludincJ the cost of laDor Things like ol chres, filters, fan for gas, It's ao Offr wltloou[ equal On any stroll car in the COLt 2. lP C. '(/e*re conwred tis ts the best work- mansl#p coverage in the business It protects your E,scor fOr tv,O years or 24,000 roses-- hichever comes first And that means protecoon from vwtualS any problem that might come up-- from clock to cables, to carbure¢ors In fat. only ttungs not covered are fluids be recommended . ttres. abuse and accKnts. LecJall w have to call tt a lift, ted warranty But corroare t to any oUer smali<ar warranty ' E s[e'rotes  cr.asoq  rleaqe n odte or poa s/ee.rqg CalifOrnia Dealers use 44/28 $275  $375 CA3H BONUS FOLIO. ke del/ry of a new 1982 Escort by March 13 ar get a Dnus c 5% off the base vet'e sticlr prate drUy Ford. 1"h's hundreds of ctars you can keep or apply m your Sown payment (bruit one per c) EXCEPTION/U. CJ; MILEStOnE. Low-Cost Drivingl COVEEo We're €onvinced that Ford Escort is the best small car SOlO in Afflerlca.  wa're out to cornce you  the best small car offer =n the country Ford€are plus Bonus,..ral delry by March 13. "1982, and here's how you're ahead Fordcare corage trluOes: points out the cost of all goods and services Is spiralling up- t ward and will never be che.per ag.ln. However, he is deter- mined to make the necessity of orthodontics within the reach You can get more in- to most people. For a limited time, Dr. Andrs will be elf.edna formation on this subject and  'V sll new patients active orthodontic treatment for a maximu m on the physical and social i * t coat Of 11,111 II1€1 presentation of this ad at the flrlt Villi. The fee includes everything from x-ray to retainers (broken/ development of children up to ! ....... mm JUBBJ= ..1 lost retainers extra). The fee must be pre-pald• If not. the six years old by writing to .-= l akK rui nm. ,. maximum cost would be S1,390. Dr. Anders works with both Growing Child, 22 North  aYaAm alPii I ,diaL 1 children and adults. He offers steel and clear plastic braces. _. Second Street, P.O. Box 620N.  'U rl.  i A full-time, board-qualified orthodontll, Dr• Anders Is available . [ Lafayette, Indiana 47902.  _ . ,, • I. daily, and for emergencies. He accepts Toothfalry, Medlcaltd ' When writing, include child's   Let   WI)  INI  and all insurances. "We pride ourselves in quality care, cam- h munication and price." states Dr, Anders. ¢lll Dr. ndel It , bwthdate -- lib • " .€ I I II -I I I[ _._ ,, 2HI83 for mo Information on this exeltlil offer, t __ . February 14th is St. Valentines • Day tl. " . ............. 11 .00,..E..O A NT GRAFTON MOTORS IS NMM(ING h r ON,,OW*.C|O,W.L. Z USE YOUR CHARGE CCOU I IN THE matter oF THE ESTATE OF Wdtr L . dl'8, =_ 'L'_ ..= .,,. '. l lid .Iod PROBATE COURT FOR TH , lg R.'p OFFER ,o o Cams .... DISTRICTOE lreaford   It vli /ILV T 11iiiI F I /O the nears at taw and all persons in.  '  ImlNq,v ,im=  ON PCPULIJ R ES terested in the Estate of Walter E. Jack, late  .......... eT s/'. sluOOI I11/ I of Newbury, in said District, deceased: ]rlt Wflfll]SVlLLk )/. JUrlllOI;n, r You ore not fiod that a written instrument ..... doted Octoher 28,1981, and purporting to be £ -" .......... Nowthru March 13 laelt: -- even wiper blades. Trv..,y'reall 3m the Lost Will and Testament of said deceased  fU|| III'S of covered. So, you don't pays cent. except ANNOUNCING CARD SHOWER Honoring 50th Wedding Anniversary of Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Gilbert RFD, Piermont, N.H. 03779 on February 4, 1982 PASS ON THE OUTSIDE TRACK  Start with a vigorous push off in the direction desired (A), let your outside ski pass over both grooves of the Learn/n00 by toucbhtu" by I,YNN II(}I,I,ANi) One of the earliest ways of learning is through the sense of touch. IE EARTH R EARTH NEWS iS a registered trademark of THE MOTHER EARTH NEWSr InCI SLOW COOKING IN NATURE'S KITCHEN Jim McCiarin recently told us how he found / out that his compost heap could slow-cook food.., without electricity. One evening, when his refrigerator went on the blink, Jim decided to make yogurt rather than let some fresh milk go sour. He had heated the milk, cooled it down, and added a helping of already-made yo- to get the recipe started when he was un- expectedly invited out to dinner. Jim says that at this point he remembered reading that the ancient Chinese sometimes cooked eggs in compost. So, he placed the cooking container with yogurt-to-be in his backyard heap, hoping it'd keep warm enough to work. When e lifted the lid the next day, though, Jim found not yogurt but a crude cheese! He guessed that his humus pile had been too hot for the job, so after that first ex- periment Jim decided to be more picky• McClarin reports "since my initial attempt, I've learned to probe carefully in the 'working' mound until I find a spot with just the right warmth to create successful compost-cooked yogurt.., a dish that has become a regular part of my diet." Jim's next cooking effort involved a nice fresh egg safely enclosed in a plastic bag. He•found a "just right" hot spot in the compost, dropped in the sack with a rope at- tached, and covered it over again. "Then early the next day, I peeled and ate the most mouthwatering hard-boiled egg of my llfe. except of course, the taste treat hadn't been boiled. Now, whenever I hanker for a aJ breakfast treat, I drop a few eggs into the compost heap in the eve- and IooR forward to a morning feast." Before long, Jim got around to trying to cook meat dishes in his organic "oven"• The first roast, alas, was a failure. His newly built compost pile hadn't warmed up enough yet, and the established heap was a bit too cool. Undaunted, Jim bought an- other roast.., along with a meat thermometer• Once the new heap had gotten "up to heat", a second piece of beef was placed inside the yogurt pail (to keep it sealed against bacteria) and buried in the hottest part of the pile (where Jim tested out the temperature at 155 °F). "Thirteen hours later," the experimenter says, "a brief taste of the meat trapped in its own broth convinced me that compost is the only way to roast! I served the tender, juicy viand to friends at lunch that day, and they all agreed it was superb. "In no time at all, a duck with orange juice and apricots found its way into the hot heap. It stayed buried in its sealed container for 23 hours at 155-165°F.. • and was per[ect when I served it with wine and wild plum sauce." Jim has found that there are some limitations to this unusual cooking method, how- z. Soybeans and pinto beans never really softened, and he had no better luck with • . .. you ark it right, your compost mound can provide lots more than the organ- m zertiliaer it's famous for. It can cook your supper for you! For FREE addltloml! information on compost power or on THE MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine, send your name and address and ask for Reprint No. 1140: "Cow Power"• Mail to Doing MORE... With LESSL P.O. Box 70. Handeraonvllle, N.C. 28791, or in care of this paper. Copyright 1982 THE MOTHER EARTH NEWS, Inc. Joe LoSchiavo STATE OF VERMONT NICE TO CR[NIS DISTRICT Of: BRADFORD, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of Edna N. Habb, late of Newbury, doceosed. . Gornett J. H abb of Neoury hereby states that he has aeen appointed o personal representative of the above estate, kl creditors having claims ngainst the above estate are required to present the claim in writing within four months after the dote of the first publication hereof to the abate 181 SOUTH MAIN ST. personal representative at the.above address BARRE. VERMONT 015641 or to the Register of fhe Probate Court ol Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever barred Dated at Newbury this 28th day of GOLDEN GLEAMS December, 1981. Heaven protects children, Garnett J. Pebb Ir= gelnmltke of every sailors and drunken men• , ...... - --Thomas Hughes. "" ...... With an Apple III Personal Computer, VisiCalc"* III and Apple Business Graphics VisiCalc III is the most powerful electronic worksheet of its type. And'it's only available with Apple III Because it's larger and more flexible, you can make SALES REPRESENTATIVE 479-0540 222-9331 HOULE DATSUN-VOLVO more intelligent decisions. Ask "What if?" Evaluate options effectively. Seize opportunities. And, since it's compatible with our Business Graphics, you (and others) can see your thinking. In bar charts, scatter charts, pie charts and line graphs. With built-in statistical and data manipulation features that let you see things dif- ferently. And complete high-resolution COlor capability• ..... Come in and see the Appm ill. For a graphic demonstration of DOwer. & USED CARS MENTS is a word misun- by many Growing Child, a monthly child development newsletter, reports that long after a baby has gained control of her eyes--at about four mon- ths--and has begun to learn through them, she will con- tinue to learn by holding, touching., handling, and mouthing objects. The world is full of many things which have different "feels." One of a child's earliest ways of learning about what is "out there" is through touching and being touched. The idea that some things are the "same" and some are "different" is one of the most basic of all early learnings. One way to help a child learn more about the "same and other track before bringing the inside ski into that track (B), then bring the outside ski into the track before con- tinuing on (C). When you approach a slower skier, or group of skiers, on a double track, pass easily and safely by skating from one set of tracks to the other• • For e informalion, call or visit: CHIPS MICROcENTER 3 South Street Hanover, N H. 03755 (603) 643-5413 Hours: M-S 9-5 different" is to give her many opportunities to feel all those interesting "feels" in the world out there. The active, even fussy, baby never lacks for stimulation of lifting and handling. However, the placid, or "good" baby may be deprived of stimulation because she never makes demands on her • Reprinted with permission of Ski Magazine Techmca( assistance provided by Professional Ski Instructors at A;nerica \\; GARY'S GAS & FUEL Main Street N. Haverhill, N.H. (603) 787-6118 Eastern Division-- Nordic I//=[rlL'11id D] t [] =1 NOTICE OF NEARING ON ALLOWMICI[ OF WILL TAT[ Of VERMONT IN THI !,', [fir OF THE ESTATE OF Eva ken Turnbtl PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF Bredford To the he,rs.at law and all persons in- HOME HEATING FUEL , ....... ,mtneEtateofEvoNeisarTurnbu|l  of Newhvrv m said District deceased: OU or(, not*fled that a written mstrument ,,.,118 nn''ciulYPiq7'ondpurp°rtirm'obethe laI Will and Testament of said deeqsed has bepn preented to the Probate Cove for the D,, tract of Brndlord by Edwin P. Chomberlin. per gallon ,,,,o et,t,on,oest'. Praise thereof The heminq thereon has been scheduled Minimum 100 gallon drop ,0, ,,,e .,t, .o. o, ,eb.uo. ,a, ,0:00 n r, n tho Probate Court Wells River, Ask about volume discounts No. 2 Diesel $1.22 gal. tax paid parents. All babies, active or placid, can benefit from gentle stimulation. Before her bath, place your baby on her stomach and gently stroke and rub her back, arms, and legs with your hand. Pat her gently all over or tap her with your fingertips• Sometimes rub her gently With something soft and velvety. A piece of soft cor- duroy is excellent. After bath, don't just pat her dry. Rub her arms, legs, stomach and back with a soft towel. Kiss her head, hands, feet. Play with her toes as you talk to her. Pat her feet together. Make bubbling noise against the skin in the hollow of her neck. A ticklish baby is often hypersensitive to touch because she has not had enough stimulation of her sense of touch. If your baby is ticklish, begin by using her own hands to rub and pat her body. As she learns to trust her own touch, you can gradually begin using your own hand. Remember, too, that a very light touch is more "tiekly"i S&H GREEN STAMPS V,rmont Yo' may apDeor then and there to ,now cause d any you may have why the ma msfrumen should not be allowed as the ! qs t Will and Te lament of the deceased l,nted th,s 30th day of December 198 I IS/ RenaN Vjneu Judge I 13 ?0 27 / I :[t[,,J I d [I) t [t,J 1 $1A lrl 0f VERMONT NOTIC! 10 ¢IIDITOI DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of Helen Edmonds Piper late of Wolpoe, New Ham- pshire, deceased. Lawrence H. Piper of Box 599 Drewsvifle, New Hampshire hereby states that he has been appointed a personal representative of the above estate. All creditors having claims against the above estate are required to present the claim m writing within four months after the dote of the first publication hereof to the above personal representative at the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever oorred. Dated at Bradford this lath day of January, 1982. Lawrence H. Piper Im.ml lellWemo 1/27-2/3-10 GIVEN ON HEATING FUEL NOW DELIVERING 500 gal. sales and over deliver up to 25 miles. ALSO AVAILABLE: Trailer drops at big savings STRICTLY CASH ON DELigERY SALES ONLY Burner Service Available Through James Hood 603-787-6600 II II IIII I I I I _ -,.l tbanafirmertouch. Agentle, Valentine Gifts I but firm touch with the whole palm of your hand is less apt to "tickle" than a feather-like stroking with the tips of your TM d fingers. 1  Be careful to proceed cautiously with a ticklish ''t , baby. Watch her face and bel  ,, sensitive to her responses, and] you will be able to develop normal sensation, v,,/ , January 27, 1982-The Second Opinion-Page 5A 34 Taft Ave., White River Jct., Vt. Phone 295-9127 . Ladies Apparel MANY ITEMS THROUGHOUT THE STORE January Sale Ends Sat., Jan. 30tl Fit*, Co. OVER 95 YEARS IN DOWNTOWN BARRE OPEN! 9:30-5:00 FRI. 9:30-9 PM CLOSED SUNDAY Orthodontist Chops Down Prices! Dr. Irving Anders, Orthodontist, 154 Main St.. Montpeller, GRAFTON MOTORS N.H. (60 747-1 NOTES & COMMENTS Most people think they are pretty smart, so why not agree with them? NOTIG OF Hhlgll ON .AILtOWCE Of WILL STATE OF VMONff IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF EImw $. lk PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF IlmllfeCd To the heirs at law and all persons in- terested in the Estate of Eleoner S, Robinson, late of Stratford, in said District, deceased: You are notified that a written instrument doted January 3, 1973, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Howard S. Robinson, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 23rd day of February, 1982 at 11:00 a,m. at the Prubate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You my appear then and there to show cause, ff any you may have, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Last Wtlt and Testament of the deceosad. Dated this 13th day of January, 1982. /sl RenaN. Vigneou 1/27-2/3-10 i I :[rF:l I d [el 1[] has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Inez F. Jouk, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 16th day of Fabruory, 1982 at 10:00 a.m at the Probate Court, Wells Rivert Verr0ont. You my appear then and there to show cause, if any you may have, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Lost Will and Testament of the deceased. Dated this 8th day of January, 1982. is/Rena N. Vigneou Jbe 1 / 21-27-2/3 Barre, Vermont 00outh (T.mtr¢ AH 000000000000000000 All CHdren's & Women's Winter Goflli, g Reduced UPER SPECIALS . ,.font. 4 O % Off SEE US TODAY... =1 COST-FREE IIqJIIliNANCL For two yars or 24.000 mtl--whlcr ever comes first-- Ford will provu: your Escort with free sc,duled maintenance Absolutely free- ncludincJ the cost of laDor Things like ol chres, filters, fan for gas, It's ao Offr wltloou[ equal On any stroll car in the COLt 2. lP C. 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