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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-February i7, 1982 I Arts and 1 New paintings at W00,00odsville bank Entertainment Cn00: Bank is pleased to announce - that during the month of Reading, writing week at Corinth Elementary E. CORINTH---&apos;I Love to Read and Write", Feb. 8-12, was the theme this week at Union 36 Elementary School in E. Corinth. Mrs. Merrill's third and fourth graders wrote to a local historian and author, Katharine Blaisdell, asking her to visit the school. Mrs. Blaisdell accepted the in- vitation and on Monday she showed slides of Vermont and New Hampshire history and spoke to various classes about the process of writing a book. -This week was the "kick- off" for two activities that will culminate in a Young Authors -- Book Fair in April. First, students will be writing and illustrating their original works, which will be on display during the Young Authors Fair. Secondly, the children will be asking people to sponsor them in a "Reading for Funds" Marathon. The money raised by this project [ will be used for Reading is Fundamental and other enrichment projects at the school. Story hours were held in the library each day and the children made posters illustrating their favorite books. A Winter Carnival was held on the last day of "I Love to Read and Write" week. The theme of the snow sculptures was a favorite book or character from a book. Subjects for the statues ranged from "Jaws" to "Dine the Dinasaur" to "Winnie the Pooh." The day was, given over to friendly competition in the following events: sled racing, tug o' war, relays, snowball throwing, arm wrestling, art and music. Certificates of achievement were awarded to all participants. A movie capped events in the af- ternoon. GEORGE ATE HERE I coupon for all you can eat I I o, FISH & CHIPS I l n $4.5O j % BRADFORD DAM DISPLAYED-- This oil of the Bradford Dam before the renovation is being shown at the Woedsville Guaranty Savings Bank during the month of February along with other paintings by June Thomas. Norwich woman selected as i Miss Vermont USA contestant February they are displaying some of June Thomas's paintings. These paintings are in the lobby of the main office in Woodsville. June Thomas attended School of Practical Arts, a commercial art school in Boston, Mass.; Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, Mass.; She received her B. A. in Art Education from William Patterson College in Wayne, N. J., where she was a com- mercial artist. She moved to Vermont in 1967 and taught Art in Barre, Vt. and in local schools in Newbury, Bradford, and Fairlee. In 1972, she started the River Bend Art and Craft Supply Shop in S. Newbury, Vt. She teaches Adult Education Painting Classes at Oxbow High School. Mrs. Thomas also has painting and stained glass classes at her studio at River Bend Art and Craft Supply Shop. Her main interests are in oil and watercolor painting -- working in stained glass -- making lampshades, windows and decorative pieces. The public is cordially in- vited to come in and view the many paintings on display in the Bank lobby through the month of February. NORWICH-- Miss Sherrie L. Welhousen of Norwich has , been selected as a contestant t in the 1982 state finals of the ' Miss Vermont USA Pageant. Miss Welhousen was selected Jl on a combination of beauty, intelligency, charm, com- munity involvement and high q ideals. She is the daughter of Walter and Joyce Mace of I Norwich and is currently a student at Hanover High School and a part-time em- ployee of Mary Hitcbcock . Memorial Hospital. | Registered Holsteir<s, Allen's Dairy Equipment, and D. P. Western Auto, Randoll's Waterman, Builder. GRUBBY i ,,_ ..-- PHOTOGRAPHY, QUILTS AND STAINED GLASS-- Gary admires the display of his own stained glass ornament and his mother's hanging at the Piermont Library. Kenneth Gendron of Orford has a tim photography to the left. (om sv F. Aninml tracks progran set HANOVER-- "Tracking common to the Upper Valley snow (bring tactics" will be the subject of area; plaster casts of actual have them). a Saturday afternoon program for children and their families at the Montshire Museum, Feb. 20. Animal specimens from the Museum's collection will be used to illustrate the various types of tracks left by animals Join animal tracks will help Saturday at the identify the various tracks one Lyme Road, Hanover might see in the winter snow. 3:00 p.m. Children will be grouped by ages for follow-up outdoor QUOTE activities, including a hike "There is no looking for animal tracks and life." track making games in the By Warren Sattler T/ME Pb/4 /E STARSCOPE by Clare Annswe41 WEEK OF: FIEBRU?dY IS, 19S2 , RURAL DFJAVERY By AL  AQUARIUS -- Janu 21-Febar 19 On-the-job training and refresher courses accented dudn this ........ ;  ' , , WHAT AIE V ISHOVELINGTHE 1 YOUFOOL, DONU )  II / , OH, THATS O.K. of self-improvement. SmallflnanctalgainsdoRed YOD INS?A SNOW Ol:::F h/IR J / KNOW THAT WIL I. . , II ( ITS AN OLD SHOVEL New faces brighten weekend event. I ii II lnlll IIIII lair Ile.,.-......,NEWCAR!-/, SCRATC00.JT! ".ANYWAV'--'-"7/'" pIISCES-FelbeumN20-Mmreh2O ...... G'_. Carefully weigh pros against cons before making any long-term  L)i, ' ',  mltment. New assignment may take time away firom family actl l u: crB ! 00,00Gruprecreatinprogramsaccentednw'- March ,l-April '0 I 1 -'l |]] Co.rod o --""' .-'?'- Romance is favored but financial entangn'nt stays knoRed. I I You win new support for a voluntary project. Spo are eccent i llttl ][P'll it i through weekend -- for fun, not for medals. Financial dealings i am zng GRANDPA'S BOY GEMINI - May 23-June 21 .IT'Kt C_) | A H" t I I/ IT P'ACK \\; , t CR'Y,AL\\;J [ / 'IT'P/,7""  . turessalestchesanddramatcpedormancaareacentednhattyGemnshnesinengagementseaturinthespkenword; ! Waltz- F0x Tr0t Polka- Rock Sherrie Welhoun Something For Everyone! Contestants must be single, / E:EATY I[  w o  oF  ,r- cc - .., 22.. == , never married nor had a -L 1 AiC _ _ ...........  o i l; marriage annulled" TheY must -, 'JL.LJlK--K-EEKE r--w-cT/-J,)L'-- ' 'o --  ,, ,.------l ' F _=:'(-:' Opinin abut newcmer at work is subject t change; dnt r'can be too II '" be between the ages of 17 and V---'-----:l---z.J---I I'" "', '  C) I I-- _ ...... frl..' programs t a 24 as of May t and be a citizen L.)[ .) /L..  [ O ....... " j  " .....  -- , _ Musical events are delightfully distracting. of the United States and a  LEO- July 23-August 22 . resident of the State of Vet- New light can be shed on an old family mystery, and the ShedO ll ,/..,]./.::, [ 1[ [a l [ "   months.mnt for a minimum of six D,..   r.l .k O  . k" I  C' -- -"   bills, checks,Hlmes in yOUetc.iS busy at work. It's ea W to misplace or forget al Contestants will be judged Younger relative can help you come to terms with an emott0v Beauty of face and figure in NAPOLEON  By McBride and Moore dilemma, Reunions are accented on the weekend. Aries end evening gown and swimwear l .....   /'-'"k'k'Y ''   ' 0 N,X A"W ) ---- . ', people are drawn to your bright ideas. and poise and personality. , ..... ,    ,, There is no talent corn- [       )  '_ / l ',,. UBI - September 23-Octobl 22 ..i: Platonic friendships accented all ,week long. Family member su petition. I , , m ,&i:,'' .=  .  /r/ t, o " -- "'---------7/   /  1",, you with an interrogation; don t feel that you must tell all  'lille [lin The Miss Vermont USA " ' ..... -    ' " Pageant will be held the  \\;%, ;o ' i.., SCORPIO - October =-Nomb 21  eOup 1 For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P.M. week endofFeb. 20and21. The   /,/ '  ll!ii '( t' Lt- (L I npersnalrelatinships'relymuchmrencmmnsemethal'i'[l O!1 t h( 0 47 2,,8400r 747 250 Montpelier Tavern Inn will ml ,o.v., l Tel. (6 3) 7 - - 5 host the event. The winner of i,.. ; ,  ii figure is showing his generous side. [1% they, , the pageant will receive a - SAGITTARIUS- Nomb 22.1)'mmbi22 thal cash award, prizes, crown, '1 l4llltl t ..; , // !/ _.. N\\;//'  Occult subjects are of special Inter.t; you tune In to the moo" sash, trophy and an all ex- ',II loved ones and strangers alike. Mental and physical contests also  penseMississippiPaidin triPMay totcompeteBilxi' ; b  !!' -  cented -- you score well in the former. for the title of Miss USA. :: -LL: ' "  -- I_,.___ : M2.  CAPRICORN - Demb 2,innuml 20 Romance progresses steadily; just don't rush anythin 9 Should she win in Biloxi, she 'rWITCH by How' Rand.. Agreements arranged binding; read between will go on to compete for the now are "A great love story...",, HELDOVER WARIN RIgA DWAItD rERZY KOSINIKI SACK NICHOIN PAUL SORVINO MAUREBN 8TAPLBTON RI.I)00 A PARAMOUNT PICTURE One Evening Show 7:30 p.m. Matinee Daily During School Vacation 2 p.m. when life is at its flnesL.. when love is at its fullest... KAT'rl_ARIlNE HENRY HEPBLIR FONDA JANE FObIDA 16e. l0 ACADEMY " rcm, AWARD NOMINATIONS I.J Eve Shoal 7:00 & 9:00 Matinees Dally During School Vacation Feb. 13 thru Feb. 21 AT 2 p.m. , I I I title of Miss Universe. Miss Welhousen is currently involved with: the Future Business Leaders of America and is a cheerleader at Hanover High Schonl where she is also an honor student. She enjoys swimming, hor- seback riding, roller skating and needlepoint. Miss Welhousen's sponsors to the Miss Vermont USA Pageant are: The Jug Store, The Car Store, The Holzinger Agency, Miller Auto Co:, The Gardner Agency, Billings Dairy, Kingsbury's Maple Syrup, Wilfred Sweet and Son DANCE IN VERSHIRE VERSHIRE-- Come dance to the Stage Road Band on Feb. 13 from 8:00 to 12:00 p.m. at the Vershire Elementary School. Admission: $3.00 for singles; $5.00 per couple. Proceeds from the dance will go to the Vershire PTA and preschool. TASKER'S WELL We Need ' Your Budnml -942'813 603-42-SUl . _.9. __ wLp; ._ .H-__. Good week to mend family rift. BIRTHDAY THiS WEEK Sensitive. captivating, sympathetic and adaptable; in you're too willing to make changes. If inclined, outgoing and adventurous. There will be ample opportuniti of them concentrated in July-August. BORN THIS WEEK February 18th, actor John Travolta; 19th. actor Lee Man,in; singer Buffy Sainte-Marte; 2/st, singer Nina 5imone; 22nd, Sen. ward Kennedy; 23rd. actor Peter Fonda; 2th, opera stm Scone. , / AC,O 35- IT JUST SO HAPPENED ,.-. .. 3. B,ood . t.,ose nois.y 38 Gold I, 7"/f  '  12. Hindu queen 39" Turki'sh"'" CAZ///V gnmL the letters in the boxes to form a  a . ts 9] Domesticated " chomber Eagerness te word. Then circle A, B or C for the COl'- I I. .. 41. Lubrico pnere rect meaning (or definition).  " 13. God of 42. Mokes PtE OF 7t'.  : F.,//D 2 Score yourself as follows:  unconscious HI /NY"/ A//7" Ag 4Correct-Excellent 2 Corrtt-Fair 3 Correct-Good 1-0 Correct-Poor / ;. iA Ci[ g. TOP I SIDE C. OPlLLE/ CIUE: A prctamlc view might be eer} rom this poilt on a m(},Jnte  Ii 2.SNEC 3 A THORH B ,'IELL C pETRL 3.OBUNY R, B/tND I NOffl[.R C, REtRRD CLU}.I Esoaped * riminals soetimes have *,, "On their " beads" 4"00R SAUE, q h. P-HOOTV B HRRH C, FRIENDL./ CI*UI A Ft  LC! bchO01 ecff or & tO $.arqent might seem t, be this :)-A,LN)8 ( -&NIDS  v'qDDV T :leMmV. P wisdom 44. Mistreot 16. Contend 46. Comfort 17. Zeolous 47. Itolion 19. Either fomily home 20. Impudent tolk 21. Fruit drink DOWN 22. Thin l. Portico 2, l. Hiffest note 2. Young insect 2 i. Guy-rope'. 3 Versotile 21' Gull ge.us 4. Myself  Period of time 5. Roilrood 30. Clothes (abbr.) 32. Ovum 6. Beneficiol 34. Knowledge 7. Loud ON PAGE 8. /gers I). Perform I I. Indefinite article 14. Dowry 15. Irritotes 18 Leove out 0. Tops . Follower 25. Friend (Fr,) i Dry Lorgest artery 31. Greek letter 33. Ground groin 377 Misploca Toword sheltered sde 39. Bone 40. Exctomotion 43. Compass ' ooint 45. Exist adver Usu ref on Page 2-The Journal Opinion-February i7, 1982 I Arts and 1 New paintings at W00,00odsville bank Entertainment Cn00: Bank is pleased to announce - that during the month of Reading, writing week at Corinth Elementary E. CORINTH---'I Love to Read and Write", Feb. 8-12, was the theme this week at Union 36 Elementary School in E. Corinth. Mrs. Merrill's third and fourth graders wrote to a local historian and author, Katharine Blaisdell, asking her to visit the school. Mrs. Blaisdell accepted the in- vitation and on Monday she showed slides of Vermont and New Hampshire history and spoke to various classes about the process of writing a book. -This week was the "kick- off" for two activities that will culminate in a Young Authors -- Book Fair in April. First, students will be writing and illustrating their original works, which will be on display during the Young Authors Fair. Secondly, the children will be asking people to sponsor them in a "Reading for Funds" Marathon. The money raised by this project [ will be used for Reading is Fundamental and other enrichment projects at the school. Story hours were held in the library each day and the children made posters illustrating their favorite books. A Winter Carnival was held on the last day of "I Love to Read and Write" week. The theme of the snow sculptures was a favorite book or character from a book. Subjects for the statues ranged from "Jaws" to "Dine the Dinasaur" to "Winnie the Pooh." The day was, given over to friendly competition in the following events: sled racing, tug o' war, relays, snowball throwing, arm wrestling, art and music. Certificates of achievement were awarded to all participants. A movie capped events in the af- ternoon. GEORGE ATE HERE I coupon for all you can eat I I o, FISH & CHIPS I l n $4.5O j % BRADFORD DAM DISPLAYED-- This oil of the Bradford Dam before the renovation is being shown at the Woedsville Guaranty Savings Bank during the month of February along with other paintings by June Thomas. Norwich woman selected as i Miss Vermont USA contestant February they are displaying some of June Thomas's paintings. These paintings are in the lobby of the main office in Woodsville. June Thomas attended School of Practical Arts, a commercial art school in Boston, Mass.; Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, Mass.; She received her B. A. in Art Education from William Patterson College in Wayne, N. J., where she was a com- mercial artist. She moved to Vermont in 1967 and taught Art in Barre, Vt. and in local schools in Newbury, Bradford, and Fairlee. In 1972, she started the River Bend Art and Craft Supply Shop in S. Newbury, Vt. She teaches Adult Education Painting Classes at Oxbow High School. Mrs. Thomas also has painting and stained glass classes at her studio at River Bend Art and Craft Supply Shop. Her main interests are in oil and watercolor painting -- working in stained glass -- making lampshades, windows and decorative pieces. The public is cordially in- vited to come in and view the many paintings on display in the Bank lobby through the month of February. NORWICH-- Miss Sherrie L. Welhousen of Norwich has , been selected as a contestant t in the 1982 state finals of the ' Miss Vermont USA Pageant. Miss Welhousen was selected Jl on a combination of beauty, intelligency, charm, com- munity involvement and high q ideals. She is the daughter of Walter and Joyce Mace of I Norwich and is currently a student at Hanover High School and a part-time em- ployee of Mary Hitcbcock . Memorial Hospital. | Registered Holsteir<s, Allen's Dairy Equipment, and D. P. Western Auto, Randoll's Waterman, Builder. GRUBBY i ,,_ ..-- PHOTOGRAPHY, QUILTS AND STAINED GLASS-- Gary admires the display of his own stained glass ornament and his mother's hanging at the Piermont Library. Kenneth Gendron of Orford has a tim photography to the left. (om sv F. Aninml tracks progran set HANOVER-- "Tracking common to the Upper Valley snow (bring tactics" will be the subject of area; plaster casts of actual have them). a Saturday afternoon program for children and their families at the Montshire Museum, Feb. 20. Animal specimens from the Museum's collection will be used to illustrate the various types of tracks left by animals Join animal tracks will help Saturday at the identify the various tracks one Lyme Road, Hanover might see in the winter snow. 3:00 p.m. Children will be grouped by ages for follow-up outdoor QUOTE activities, including a hike "There is no looking for animal tracks and life." track making games in the By Warren Sattler T/ME Pb/4 /E STARSCOPE by Clare Annswe41 WEEK OF: FIEBRU?dY IS, 19S2 , RURAL DFJAVERY By AL  AQUARIUS -- Janu 21-Febar 19 On-the-job training and refresher courses accented dudn this ........ ;  ' , , WHAT AIE V ISHOVELINGTHE 1 YOUFOOL, DONU )  II / , OH, THATS O.K. of self-improvement. SmallflnanctalgainsdoRed YOD INS?A SNOW Ol:::F h/IR J / KNOW THAT WIL I. . , II ( ITS AN OLD SHOVEL New faces brighten weekend event. I ii II lnlll IIIII lair Ile.,.-......,NEWCAR!-/, SCRATC00.JT! ".ANYWAV'--'-"7/'" pIISCES-FelbeumN20-Mmreh2O ...... G'_. Carefully weigh pros against cons before making any long-term  L)i, ' ',  mltment. New assignment may take time away firom family actl l u: crB ! 00,00Gruprecreatinprogramsaccentednw'- March ,l-April '0 I 1 -'l |]] Co.rod o --""' .-'?'- Romance is favored but financial entangn'nt stays knoRed. I I You win new support for a voluntary project. Spo are eccent i llttl ][P'll it i through weekend -- for fun, not for medals. Financial dealings i am zng GRANDPA'S BOY GEMINI - May 23-June 21 .IT'Kt C_) | A H" t I I/ IT P'ACK \\; , t CR'Y,AL\\;J [ / 'IT'P/,7""  . turessalestchesanddramatcpedormancaareacentednhattyGemnshnesinengagementseaturinthespkenword; ! Waltz- F0x Tr0t Polka- Rock Sherrie Welhoun Something For Everyone! Contestants must be single, / E:EATY I[  w o  oF  ,r- cc - .., 22.. == , never married nor had a -L 1 AiC _ _ ...........  o i l; marriage annulled" TheY must -, 'JL.LJlK--K-EEKE r--w-cT/-J,)L'-- ' 'o --  ,, ,.------l ' F _=:'(-:' Opinin abut newcmer at work is subject t change; dnt r'can be too II '" be between the ages of 17 and V---'-----:l---z.J---I I'" "', '  C) I I-- _ ...... frl..' programs t a 24 as of May t and be a citizen L.)[ .) /L..  [ O ....... " j  " .....  -- , _ Musical events are delightfully distracting. of the United States and a  LEO- July 23-August 22 . resident of the State of Vet- New light can be shed on an old family mystery, and the ShedO ll ,/..,]./.::, [ 1[ [a l [ "   months.mnt for a minimum of six D,..   r.l .k O  . k" I  C' -- -"   bills, checks,Hlmes in yOUetc.iS busy at work. It's ea W to misplace or forget al Contestants will be judged Younger relative can help you come to terms with an emott0v Beauty of face and figure in NAPOLEON  By McBride and Moore dilemma, Reunions are accented on the weekend. Aries end evening gown and swimwear l .....   /'-'"k'k'Y ''   ' 0 N,X A"W ) ---- . ', people are drawn to your bright ideas. and poise and personality. , ..... ,    ,, There is no talent corn- [       )  '_ / l ',,. UBI - September 23-Octobl 22 ..i: Platonic friendships accented all ,week long. Family member su petition. I , , m ,&i:,'' .=  .  /r/ t, o " -- "'---------7/   /  1",, you with an interrogation; don t feel that you must tell all  'lille [lin The Miss Vermont USA " ' ..... -    ' " Pageant will be held the  \\;%, ;o ' i.., SCORPIO - October =-Nomb 21  eOup 1 For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P.M. week endofFeb. 20and21. The   /,/ '  ll!ii '( t' Lt- (L I npersnalrelatinships'relymuchmrencmmnsemethal'i'[l O!1 t h( 0 47 2,,8400r 747 250 Montpelier Tavern Inn will ml ,o.v., l Tel. (6 3) 7 - - 5 host the event. The winner of i,.. ; ,  ii figure is showing his generous side. [1% they, , the pageant will receive a - SAGITTARIUS- Nomb 22.1)'mmbi22 thal cash award, prizes, crown, '1 l4llltl t ..; , // !/ _.. N\\;//'  Occult subjects are of special Inter.t; you tune In to the moo" sash, trophy and an all ex- ',II loved ones and strangers alike. Mental and physical contests also  penseMississippiPaidin triPMay totcompeteBilxi' ; b  !!' -  cented -- you score well in the former. for the title of Miss USA. :: -LL: ' "  -- I_,.___ : M2.  CAPRICORN - Demb 2,innuml 20 Romance progresses steadily; just don't rush anythin 9 Should she win in Biloxi, she 'rWITCH by How' Rand.. Agreements arranged binding; read between will go on to compete for the now are "A great love story...",, HELDOVER WARIN RIgA DWAItD rERZY KOSINIKI SACK NICHOIN PAUL SORVINO MAUREBN 8TAPLBTON RI.I)00 A PARAMOUNT PICTURE One Evening Show 7:30 p.m. Matinee Daily During School Vacation 2 p.m. when life is at its flnesL.. when love is at its fullest... KAT'rl_ARIlNE HENRY HEPBLIR FONDA JANE FObIDA 16e. l0 ACADEMY " rcm, AWARD NOMINATIONS I.J Eve Shoal 7:00 & 9:00 Matinees Dally During School Vacation Feb. 13 thru Feb. 21 AT 2 p.m. , I I I title of Miss Universe. Miss Welhousen is currently involved with: the Future Business Leaders of America and is a cheerleader at Hanover High Schonl where she is also an honor student. She enjoys swimming, hor- seback riding, roller skating and needlepoint. Miss Welhousen's sponsors to the Miss Vermont USA Pageant are: The Jug Store, The Car Store, The Holzinger Agency, Miller Auto Co:, The Gardner Agency, Billings Dairy, Kingsbury's Maple Syrup, Wilfred Sweet and Son DANCE IN VERSHIRE VERSHIRE-- Come dance to the Stage Road Band on Feb. 13 from 8:00 to 12:00 p.m. at the Vershire Elementary School. Admission: $3.00 for singles; $5.00 per couple. Proceeds from the dance will go to the Vershire PTA and preschool. TASKER'S WELL We Need ' Your Budnml -942'813 603-42-SUl . _.9. __ wLp; ._ .H-__. Good week to mend family rift. BIRTHDAY THiS WEEK Sensitive. captivating, sympathetic and adaptable; in you're too willing to make changes. If inclined, outgoing and adventurous. There will be ample opportuniti of them concentrated in July-August. BORN THIS WEEK February 18th, actor John Travolta; 19th. actor Lee Man,in; singer Buffy Sainte-Marte; 2/st, singer Nina 5imone; 22nd, Sen. ward Kennedy; 23rd. actor Peter Fonda; 2th, opera stm Scone. , / AC,O 35- IT JUST SO HAPPENED ,.-. .. 3. B,ood . t.,ose nois.y 38 Gold I, 7"/f  '  12. Hindu queen 39" Turki'sh"'" CAZ///V gnmL the letters in the boxes to form a  a . ts 9] Domesticated " chomber Eagerness te word. Then circle A, B or C for the COl'- I I. .. 41. Lubrico pnere rect meaning (or definition).  " 13. God of 42. Mokes PtE OF 7t'.  : F.,//D 2 Score yourself as follows:  unconscious HI /NY"/ A//7" Ag 4Correct-Excellent 2 Corrtt-Fair 3 Correct-Good 1-0 Correct-Poor / ;. iA Ci[ g. TOP I SIDE C. OPlLLE/ CIUE: A prctamlc view might be eer} rom this poilt on a m(},Jnte  Ii 2.SNEC 3 A THORH B ,'IELL C pETRL 3.OBUNY R, B/tND I NOffl[.R C, REtRRD CLU}.I Esoaped * riminals soetimes have *,, "On their " beads" 4"00R SAUE, q h. P-HOOTV B HRRH C, FRIENDL./ CI*UI A Ft  LC! bchO01 ecff or & tO $.arqent might seem t, be this :)-A,LN)8 ( -&NIDS  v'qDDV T :leMmV. P wisdom 44. Mistreot 16. Contend 46. Comfort 17. Zeolous 47. Itolion 19. Either fomily home 20. Impudent tolk 21. Fruit drink DOWN 22. Thin l. Portico 2, l. Hiffest note 2. Young insect 2 i. Guy-rope'. 3 Versotile 21' Gull ge.us 4. Myself  Period of time 5. Roilrood 30. Clothes (abbr.) 32. Ovum 6. Beneficiol 34. Knowledge 7. Loud ON PAGE 8. /gers I). Perform I I. Indefinite article 14. Dowry 15. Irritotes 18 Leove out 0. Tops . Follower 25. Friend (Fr,) i Dry Lorgest artery 31. Greek letter 33. Ground groin 377 Misploca Toword sheltered sde 39. Bone 40. Exctomotion 43. Compass ' ooint 45. Exist adver Usu ref on