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February I0, 1982-The Second Opinion-Page 5A ER Why Pay More! YOU DON'T HAVE TO PAY A LOT OF MONEY FOR A GOOD USED WARRANTY CAR. PLUS... We will give away Free-either a pair of recap snow tires or 50 gallons of gasoline Goo_d Dependable Warranteed USED CARS  MAVERICK 4Door, 6Cyi.,Auto.,P.S.  1-9 7 OLDS 2Deor, Cutlass Supreme, Auto.,P.S. ) 1977 -- : 1976 PLYMOUT OUST|----:  4 speed  1976 FORD GRANADA 'r'''''' Auto., P.S. 1974 MALIBU 4Door, Auto.,P.S. ralleI ,,c...,, '976 NOV l A  4 Door, Small V8, Auto. Trans., P.S. &flU t '"" 1976 MALIBU COUPE Bank 6 Cyl., Auto. Trans., P.S. rate 1 Qmjr jpt0 -,,--, |MPALA4zr. smallVS. Auto Trans e.s 48 iontl 1976 NOVA4Door, 6Cyl.,Auto. Trans.,P.S. o oay UPS Financing Available-No sales tax for N.H. residents our Fantastic -" Thursday thru Washington's Birthday Take an extra 0% off 1st 20% off 2nd (most expensive) 30%  off 3rd 40% 0ff4th (least expensive) Item you purchase. When you shop the Boutique, you'll rate an extra 10%, 20%, 30%, and 40% off the already marked down prices on all our winter clothing, also on our furs, and our entire selection of new spring dresses, gowns and sportswear. That includes our Jack Winter, Lady Manhatten, Gunne Sax, Jody, Prestige, Modern Juniors, Kay Windsor and all the other well known fashions we feature, and also introducing our new designer lines by Harve Bernard. Excluding Bridal related and SPecial Order Merchandise.  "OWNTOWN MALL. LACONIA _n. thru Sat. 9:30 - 5:30, Thurs.& Frl. till 9 BERNIER STUDIO, WENTWORTH Thurs., Frl., Sat. & Sun. 10 - 6 ? _ .... THE FUTURE The Vermont Air National Guard will be familiarizing the squadron with their newest addition, the F-4D Phantom, a supersonic replacement for the aging B-57. The new plane brings II I HOW DOES A CHECKING ACCOUNT DIFFER FROM A NOW ACCOUNT? A regular account is a fund that you keep in a bank', on which you write drafts. Although convenient, a checking account can be expensive. The bank usually charges fees to cover paperwork and processing, and the money ear.ns no interest. A NOW (Negotiated Order of Withdrawal) account is a savings account on which you may write checks. Unlike regular checking, the funds on a deposit earn interest--SV,% at Woodsvitle Guaranty Savings--from the day of deposit until the clay of withdrawal, or until the balance falls below $10. For all the details, stop in and talk with the folks at the Woodsvitle, Piermont, Warren and Monroe Banking Center--Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank. a new mission to the Guard unit. . Rural life with flight 00'00ondsville 00tmzmntq (continued frompage4A) few years earlier, he, himself ..... 00avzngs Sank science teacher as well. While had learned to fly. at Corneil, Shauger also Buys home managed the 3,000 acre South in Newbury Hill NaturalArea. While the Shauger's were At the same time, Shauger still living in Ithica, N.Y., they kept his fingers in flying. He purchased a second home in was a flight instructor at the Newbury, Vt. It was one of the East Hill Flying Club where a (please turn to page 7A) WoodsvillelPiermontlWarrenl & Monroe, N.H. Lorroine Kennedy, Teller @ invites Community Members, Parents, Students, and Potential Employers to an Open House, February 11, 1982 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. FEATURED CLASS ACTIVITIES AND DEMONSTRATIONS BY STUDENTS: AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS: Work by Students, FFA movie. AUTOMOTIVE: Engine Analyzer, Front End Alignments, Brake Work. BUILDING TRADES: Cabinet Making. BUSINESS: Demonstration of Word Processing and Computer. CHILD CARE: Free Babysitting. COOPERATIVE EDUCATION: Drop in Discussion. DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS: "Special Olympics". DRAFTING: Work by Students. ELECTRICAL SERVICES: Work by Students. FOOD SERVICE: Meals and Snacks in the Oxbow Inn. FORESTRY: Bring your Saw--S1.00 Special Sharpening and Cleaning. Benefit Forestry Club--Saw-Safety Films. HEALTH OCCUPATIONS: Blood Pressure Checks. PRE-VOCATIONAL PROGRAM: Math Mapwork, Project work with Stained Glass. SPECIAL PROGRAMS OF INTEREST: S: 30 and 7:30-- Vocational programs at Oxbow, Slide tape presentation. 6:00 and 8:00 -- "How parents can help their sons and daughters stay in school" -- Presentation by the Oxbow Pre-Vocationai Class. 6:30 -- Panel Discussion of Vocational Student Employers with questions and answers Presented by the Cooperative Education Coordinator. ALSO REPRESENTED, AND FOR QUESTIONS: Air Force Army Navy VT Job Service VT Technical College A Vermont Nursing School' NH Vocational-Technical College AVAILABLE REGISTER FOR DOOR PRIZES PROVIDED BY THE STUDENTS: 1/4 Cord of Firewood Chainsaw Sharpenings 3 Front End Alignments With your plans, a Building Estimate 1 dozen Tomato plants AND MORE ! ! ! February I0, 1982-The Second Opinion-Page 5A ER Why Pay More! YOU DON'T HAVE TO PAY A LOT OF MONEY FOR A GOOD USED WARRANTY CAR. PLUS... We will give away Free-either a pair of recap snow tires or 50 gallons of gasoline Goo_d Dependable Warranteed USED CARS  MAVERICK 4Door, 6Cyi.,Auto.,P.S.  1-9 7 OLDS 2Deor, Cutlass Supreme, Auto.,P.S. ) 1977 -- : 1976 PLYMOUT OUST|----:  4 speed  1976 FORD GRANADA 'r'''''' Auto., P.S. 1974 MALIBU 4Door, Auto.,P.S. ralleI ,,c...,, '976 NOV l A  4 Door, Small V8, Auto. Trans., P.S. &flU t '"" 1976 MALIBU COUPE Bank 6 Cyl., Auto. Trans., P.S. rate 1 Qmjr jpt0 -,,--, |MPALA4zr. smallVS. Auto Trans e.s 48 iontl 1976 NOVA4Door, 6Cyl.,Auto. Trans.,P.S. o oay UPS Financing Available-No sales tax for N.H. residents our Fantastic -" Thursday thru Washington's Birthday Take an extra 0% off 1st 20% off 2nd (most expensive) 30%  off 3rd 40% 0ff4th (least expensive) Item you purchase. When you shop the Boutique, you'll rate an extra 10%, 20%, 30%, and 40% off the already marked down prices on all our winter clothing, also on our furs, and our entire selection of new spring dresses, gowns and sportswear. That includes our Jack Winter, Lady Manhatten, Gunne Sax, Jody, Prestige, Modern Juniors, Kay Windsor and all the other well known fashions we feature, and also introducing our new designer lines by Harve Bernard. Excluding Bridal related and SPecial Order Merchandise.  "OWNTOWN MALL. LACONIA _n. thru Sat. 9:30 - 5:30, Thurs.& Frl. till 9 BERNIER STUDIO, WENTWORTH Thurs., Frl., Sat. & Sun. 10 - 6 ? _ .... THE FUTURE The Vermont Air National Guard will be familiarizing the squadron with their newest addition, the F-4D Phantom, a supersonic replacement for the aging B-57. The new plane brings II I HOW DOES A CHECKING ACCOUNT DIFFER FROM A NOW ACCOUNT? A regular account is a fund that you keep in a bank', on which you write drafts. Although convenient, a checking account can be expensive. The bank usually charges fees to cover paperwork and processing, and the money ear.ns no interest. A NOW (Negotiated Order of Withdrawal) account is a savings account on which you may write checks. Unlike regular checking, the funds on a deposit earn interest--SV,% at Woodsvitle Guaranty Savings--from the day of deposit until the clay of withdrawal, or until the balance falls below $10. For all the details, stop in and talk with the folks at the Woodsvitle, Piermont, Warren and Monroe Banking Center--Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank. a new mission to the Guard unit. . Rural life with flight 00'00ondsville 00tmzmntq (continued frompage4A) few years earlier, he, himself ..... 00avzngs Sank science teacher as well. While had learned to fly. at Corneil, Shauger also Buys home managed the 3,000 acre South in Newbury Hill NaturalArea. While the Shauger's were At the same time, Shauger still living in Ithica, N.Y., they kept his fingers in flying. He purchased a second home in was a flight instructor at the Newbury, Vt. It was one of the East Hill Flying Club where a (please turn to page 7A) WoodsvillelPiermontlWarrenl & Monroe, N.H. Lorroine Kennedy, Teller @ invites Community Members, Parents, Students, and Potential Employers to an Open House, February 11, 1982 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. FEATURED CLASS ACTIVITIES AND DEMONSTRATIONS BY STUDENTS: AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS: Work by Students, FFA movie. AUTOMOTIVE: Engine Analyzer, Front End Alignments, Brake Work. BUILDING TRADES: Cabinet Making. BUSINESS: Demonstration of Word Processing and Computer. CHILD CARE: Free Babysitting. COOPERATIVE EDUCATION: Drop in Discussion. DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS: "Special Olympics". DRAFTING: Work by Students. ELECTRICAL SERVICES: Work by Students. FOOD SERVICE: Meals and Snacks in the Oxbow Inn. FORESTRY: Bring your Saw--S1.00 Special Sharpening and Cleaning. Benefit Forestry Club--Saw-Safety Films. HEALTH OCCUPATIONS: Blood Pressure Checks. PRE-VOCATIONAL PROGRAM: Math Mapwork, Project work with Stained Glass. SPECIAL PROGRAMS OF INTEREST: S: 30 and 7:30-- Vocational programs at Oxbow, Slide tape presentation. 6:00 and 8:00 -- "How parents can help their sons and daughters stay in school" -- Presentation by the Oxbow Pre-Vocationai Class. 6:30 -- Panel Discussion of Vocational Student Employers with questions and answers Presented by the Cooperative Education Coordinator. ALSO REPRESENTED, AND FOR QUESTIONS: Air Force Army Navy VT Job Service VT Technical College A Vermont Nursing School' NH Vocational-Technical College AVAILABLE REGISTER FOR DOOR PRIZES PROVIDED BY THE STUDENTS: 1/4 Cord of Firewood Chainsaw Sharpenings 3 Front End Alignments With your plans, a Building Estimate 1 dozen Tomato plants AND MORE ! ! !