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Page 2A-The Second Opiniou-February 17, 1982 SPECIAL PROMOTION J 1st BI. 10% OFF ij 2nd BRA 15% OFF . Women&apos;.A - P 3rdBRA 20% OFF pparel Include a bra by PL00dkYTEX in your wardrobe 18 HOUR For the full figured woman who , demands comfort and real support. Exclusive  :a SPANETTE • fabric stretches in every direction for . :"/ guaranteed comfort. ...... i 1 18 HOUR LOVELY LOOK Specially designed for ' ,i i '/ the younger woman-featuring sheer accents, /,,,,; feminine lace trim and natural shaping for a ! ,; smooth profile with the fabulous 18-HOURecomfort i f' andsupport, ijJ ! CRO YOUR .RTeThe worlds best selling bra ,': /7 brand. Provides lift and separation for a better ! figure. We stock a full range of CROSS YOUR HEART • brae, including Beautiful Onese--SoftSidere k" --cotton-stretch-seamless and Undercup Support Panel Brae. , ..: SUPPORT CAN BE BEAUTIFUL e A young .: lightweight stylish support bra. We have in stock /// '1  the four NEWEST styles which includes a ( '2r  beautifully long line smooth seamed bra. "*<,i .... ii \\; THANK GOODNESS IT FITS ' Especially design- '. ed and constructed for the small bust. Another new /: style bra for the AA cup to nearly B,  / FREE SPIRIT" For the young woman that wants a ) rounded shaping,with a natural smooth look and fit. /  /J BODY LANGUAGE e by INSTEAD e A new line of sexy brae with plunge styling for those who dare. / Orthodontist Chops Down Prices! o Dr. Irving Anders, Orthodontist, 154 Main St., Montpelier, points out the cost of all goods and services is spiralling up- ward and will never be cheaper again. However, he Is deter- mined to make the necessity of orthodontics within the reach to most people. For a limited time, Dr. Ancklml will be offorti all new patients active orthodcmtl¢ treatment for a maximum cost of $1,111 and presentation of this sd at the flat dslt. The fee includes everything from x-ray to retellners (broken/ lost retainers extra), The fee must be pre-pald. If not, the maximum cost would be $1,390. Dr. Anders works with both children and adults. He offers steel and clear plastic bracee. A full-time, board-quallfled orthodontist, Dr. Anders is available dally, and for emergencies. He accepts Toothfairy, Medicaid and all insurances. "We pride ourselves in quality care, COm- munication anti price." states Dr. Anders. Call Ir, Andors lit 229-9083 for more Informltion on this exciting offor. GmmmnittyOdlege Of VernKmt Courses in your area begin in early March COLLEGE MATH -- Oxbow High School BASIC ALGEBRA -- Oxbow High School STARTING A SMALL BUSINESS IN VERMONT-- Oxbow High School CREATIVE WRITING -- Fairlee Public Library FAMILY SYSTEMS-- Fairlee Public Library SMALL WOODLOT MANAGEMENT-- Blue Mountain School, Wells River For more information phone the Community College office in Barre 802476-3819 or 802479-0863 WINTER OVERCOAT. on selected FIXTURES Also...60% off on a special group of Lightolier Chandeliers. tlmo, n.h. 03784 • dO3 2!-III;B64 p!00um!mnoations. 12" Diag. Black & White PortableT.V. .= um am IBm nm ma nmmiB I RVVBII DOWNTOWN lUmll. 06-6644 479-0540 Joe LoSchiavo SALES REPRESENTATIVE 222-9331 HOULE DATSUN-VOLVO 181 SOUTH MAIN ST. NEW & USED CARS BARRE. VERMONT 05641 George Washington (continued from page IA) promote Temperance ¢"We agree to abstain .... " stated one declaration, ignoring the fact that Washington enjoyed a glass' of wine or two), a brewery (a more realistic subject), soap, coffee, in- surance, a country music station, presidential can- didates, the ERA, a 1980 Washington for Jesus rally. His image has ornamented everything from whales' teeth to a tatooed lady's chest, and his name is immortalized in street name sculptures in bronze and marble and a 555- foot monument in the nation's capital--itself named for him. Though valuable in demonstrating how Washington has been used as a symbol, all this tells little about the man himself. "We started out," Klapthor says, "to see why Washington has become a monument, then we turned to what he was as a man. This is the next natural step in the examination of Washington--it certainly is not another glorification." Formative Years As a boy, the Smithsonian curators say, George Washington unconsciously absorbed many of the notions and values of the local Virginia gentry, which modeled itself after the English upper class and struggled somewhat clumsily to achieve its aspirations in a provincial wilderness. Even as a child, he was concerned with how he was considered and perceived, copying down in his school books such rules of civility as, "Bedew no mans face with your Spittle, by approaching too near when you speak." sense of self-esteem. Washington's half-brother, Lawrence, became a model for George when their father died in 1743. George was then 11, but even as a young child he had been spellbound by Lawrence's glamour, ur- banity and charm--not to mention his red British of- ficer's uniform, a symbol that may have sparked George's interest in the glory and ad- venture of a military career. Lawrence's Mount Vernon neighbors, the Fairfaxes, one of Virginia's ruling families, "provided quite a heady entre to the aristocratic life for a gangly teenager," Klapthor and Morrison note. "He was fascinated, indeed enchanted by their elegance and leisure, by their witty and cosmopolitan conversation, by their extensive circle of powerful and engaging friends." George also was aware of the value of land, which was essential to the economic well- being of the gentry, and a knowledge of topography offered surveyors many important social and political advantages in Virginia society. George was fascinated with surveying because he had a mathematical and methodical mind. At 16 he drew his first survey, a plat of Lawrence's turnip patch. A year later, through his Fairfax con- nection, he secured his first job--assisting a surveyor in plotting the town of Alexan- dria, Va., in 1749. Yet he also felt that military service would bring rewards beyond those offered by surveying. In 1752, he applied for the position of adjutant for NEW VA INFORMA' Q -- I am entitled| treatment at Administration I because I am 101 \\; " disabled from sel ) for  netted causes. Is | similar medici! available for my fan A -- Your fami '\\; SPRiNGI -o 7 entitled t° the VA'  Health and Medical II (CHAMPVA). TI • medical benefits p which the VA hell! ta LaCOST£ DRESSES ""x medical care obm,, civilian sources dependents of ve. . RAINCOATS permanent and to connected disabili surviving spouse and t LEV S BENDOER PANTS // of veterans perma (NEW COLORS) totally disabled f connected disabilit' r ! __ ., time of death are Q -- If I don't checking account unsafe to mail, how on my i  Administration ed without going to personally? N. M,00n r,. _   n Daily 9:30-5:00 . . . Fri 9"30--9.'00|'£1d\\;Vt<-' :e tl.i .,nearest post office ---' -'- -==" " " chase a cashier'slt D-" T' money order. To proper credit, in claim number INTERESTING FACT PROTECTING YOUR security number elfr/OtUotrayd;arsYOUorr C:or ' ii LeHaOyoEutAsieDlFgMLLurYning REDUcNE6;oOFUR remittance. doesn't pay to buy near the at night. Darkness invites HAVING AFIRE end of the model year. You'll trouble. A small floodlight Dispose of rags wet with oil, lose an extra year in mounted high on the rear of polishes or other flammable INTERESTING] depreciation, your home near a window is fluids or cleaning agents in The first cable OUTDOOR metal trash cans. sent across an inexpensive deterrent, on Aug. 16, 1859. WHY SHOULD I KEEP MY SAVI DEPOSITED A bank's business is to match savings'dollars to borrowing local bank, local savings are the primary source of funds for I< local businesses and individuals. If this money leaves the area, bank may turn to the nat onal money market for funds. Such hig loans may cause small businesses to raise prices and cut back deposits for local loans, on the other hand, can stimulate the economy. The people at the Woodsville, Piermont, Warren and/ banking center can give you more details, so stop in today at Wo0d Guaranty Savings Bank. ! • 7oodsville 00avings 5Bank i Woodsville/Piermont/Warren/& Monroe, N,i Cheryl R. Robie, Teller/Piermont FROZEN FOOD CASELOT SALE i i i Quantity Description Container WI. Sah SLICED APPLES W/SUGAR : ................ 8 Ibs ........ S 6. BLACKBERRIES ............................ 5 Ibs ........ 5. BLACK RASPBERRIES 5 Ibs ........ 6. CULTIVATED BLUEBERRIES ................ . 20 Ibs ....... 1 DARK SWEET CHERRIES W/SUGAR .......... 30 Ibs ....... RED TART CHERRIES W/SUGAR ............ 30 Ibs ....... RED TART CHERRIES, IQF .......... ......... 5 Ibs ........ MIXED FRUIT, IQF ... ....................... 20 Ibs ....... 1 NORTHWEST FRUIT MEDLEY, IQF ........... 12/1 lb." .... 20. SLICED PEACHES W/SUGAR ............... 30 Ibs ....... 19. SLICED PEACHES, IOF .................. . .... 5 Ibs ........ 5. LARGE WHOLE STRAWBERRIES, IQF ......... 20 Ibs ....... 21. CALIF. SLICED STRAWBERRIES W/SUGAR.. 30 Ibs ....... 25, CALIF. SLICED STRAWBERRIES W/SUGAR .. 6V Ibs ...... 7 APPLE JUICE CONCENTRATE ............... 24/12 oz... CRANBERRY JUICE COCKTAIL CONC ........ . 24/12 oz... GRAPEFRUIT JUICE CONCENTRATE ......... 24/12 oz... GRAPE JUICE CONCENTRATE ............... 24/12 oz... HAWAIIAN PUNCH CONCENTRATE .......... 24/12 oz... LEMONADE CONCENTRATE ................ 24/12 oz. ,. ORANGE JUICE CONCENTRATE ............. 24/6 oz ..... ORANGE JUICE CONCENTRATE ............. 24/12 oz .... CUT GREEN BEANS ........................ 12/2V Ibs... BABY LIMA BEANS .......................... 12/2V Ibs.. FORDHOOK LIMA BEANS ................... 12/2V Ibs.. BROCCOLI CUTS ........................... 12/2 Ibs... BROCCOLI SPEARS ........................ 12/2 Ibs... BRUSSELS SPROUTS ....................... 12/2 Ibs... CAULIFLOWER ............................. 12/2 Ibs. WHOLE KERNEL CORN ..................... 12/2V= Ibs." i BREADED MUSHROOMS ................... 2/5 Ibs ...... FANCY SLICED MUSHROOMS .............. 2/5 Ibs ...... GARDEN PEAS ............................. 12/2V= Ibs... WHOLE LEAF SPINACH ..................... 12/3 Ibs .... MIXED VEGETABLES ....................... 12/2V Ibs... DELl BAGELS - PLAIN ...................... 18/6 pk ...... DONUTS - JELLY ............................ 12/6 Dk ..... FRENCH FRIES ............................. 12/2 Ibs. SHOESTRING FRENCH FRIES ............... 12/20 oz .... POTATO PUFFS ............................ 12/2 Ibs .... THOMAS' ENGLISH MUFFINS ............... 12/12 pk .... BREADED ONION RINGS .................... 8/2 Ibs: ..... PIZZA SLICES (CHEESE) ..................... 60/3 oz ..... FRENCH BREAD PIZZA ...................... 24/5 oz ..... 21.1 25: 22 14, 12. 19, 17, 23 24, 15. 18, 19, 19. 14. 13 16, 16, 19, IQF -- Individually Quick Frozen ORDER DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 20, 1982 1 1 1 13 Name Phone PICK UP ON: MARCH 11, Address NONE SOLD WITHOUT ADVANCE ORDER "Ouantdes may be hmded, and prices may increase, m the event of unforeseen damage 1o crops, or other causes All Agway frozen food products carry a "No-Quibble" customer satisfaction guarantee. Should any frozen food product be unacceptable, please return it to Agway for a full and complete refund of the purchase price As Washington grew older the Virginia colony, and the O NO I'ver- I I and observed his family and following year he was picked Rtee 1 • their friends, he seemed to to lead an expedition west of have recognized the im- the Blue Ridge Mountains to • portanceof fulfilling his class- order the French off British Tel. 603 787 6981 designated role, actively lands. This and other ventures modeling himself into the kind won Washington the rank of of person who would achieve colonel in the newly organized not only the respect of his Virginia regiment. peers, but also a personal (pleaseturntopage3A) N. H. Page 2A-The Second Opiniou-February 17, 1982 SPECIAL PROMOTION J 1st BI. 10% OFF ij 2nd BRA 15% OFF . Women'.A - P 3rdBRA 20% OFF pparel Include a bra by PL00dkYTEX in your wardrobe 18 HOUR For the full figured woman who , demands comfort and real support. Exclusive  :a SPANETTE • fabric stretches in every direction for . :"/ guaranteed comfort. ...... i 1 18 HOUR LOVELY LOOK Specially designed for ' ,i i '/ the younger woman-featuring sheer accents, /,,,,; feminine lace trim and natural shaping for a ! ,; smooth profile with the fabulous 18-HOURecomfort i f' andsupport, ijJ ! CRO YOUR .RTeThe worlds best selling bra ,': /7 brand. Provides lift and separation for a better ! figure. We stock a full range of CROSS YOUR HEART • brae, including Beautiful Onese--SoftSidere k" --cotton-stretch-seamless and Undercup Support Panel Brae. , ..: SUPPORT CAN BE BEAUTIFUL e A young .: lightweight stylish support bra. We have in stock /// '1  the four NEWEST styles which includes a ( '2r  beautifully long line smooth seamed bra. "*<,i .... ii \\; THANK GOODNESS IT FITS ' Especially design- '. ed and constructed for the small bust. Another new /: style bra for the AA cup to nearly B,  / FREE SPIRIT" For the young woman that wants a ) rounded shaping,with a natural smooth look and fit. /  /J BODY LANGUAGE e by INSTEAD e A new line of sexy brae with plunge styling for those who dare. / Orthodontist Chops Down Prices! o Dr. Irving Anders, Orthodontist, 154 Main St., Montpelier, points out the cost of all goods and services is spiralling up- ward and will never be cheaper again. However, he Is deter- mined to make the necessity of orthodontics within the reach to most people. For a limited time, Dr. Ancklml will be offorti all new patients active orthodcmtl¢ treatment for a maximum cost of $1,111 and presentation of this sd at the flat dslt. The fee includes everything from x-ray to retellners (broken/ lost retainers extra), The fee must be pre-pald. If not, the maximum cost would be $1,390. Dr. Anders works with both children and adults. He offers steel and clear plastic bracee. A full-time, board-quallfled orthodontist, Dr. Anders is available dally, and for emergencies. He accepts Toothfairy, Medicaid and all insurances. "We pride ourselves in quality care, COm- munication anti price." states Dr. Anders. Call Ir, Andors lit 229-9083 for more Informltion on this exciting offor. GmmmnittyOdlege Of VernKmt Courses in your area begin in early March COLLEGE MATH -- Oxbow High School BASIC ALGEBRA -- Oxbow High School STARTING A SMALL BUSINESS IN VERMONT-- Oxbow High School CREATIVE WRITING -- Fairlee Public Library FAMILY SYSTEMS-- Fairlee Public Library SMALL WOODLOT MANAGEMENT-- Blue Mountain School, Wells River For more information phone the Community College office in Barre 802476-3819 or 802479-0863 WINTER OVERCOAT. on selected FIXTURES Also...60% off on a special group of Lightolier Chandeliers. tlmo, n.h. 03784 • dO3 2!-III;B64 p!00um!mnoations. 12" Diag. Black & White PortableT.V. .= um am IBm nm ma nmmiB I RVVBII DOWNTOWN lUmll. 06-6644 479-0540 Joe LoSchiavo SALES REPRESENTATIVE 222-9331 HOULE DATSUN-VOLVO 181 SOUTH MAIN ST. NEW & USED CARS BARRE. VERMONT 05641 George Washington (continued from page IA) promote Temperance ¢"We agree to abstain .... " stated one declaration, ignoring the fact that Washington enjoyed a glass' of wine or two), a brewery (a more realistic subject), soap, coffee, in- surance, a country music station, presidential can- didates, the ERA, a 1980 Washington for Jesus rally. His image has ornamented everything from whales' teeth to a tatooed lady's chest, and his name is immortalized in street name sculptures in bronze and marble and a 555- foot monument in the nation's capital--itself named for him. Though valuable in demonstrating how Washington has been used as a symbol, all this tells little about the man himself. "We started out," Klapthor says, "to see why Washington has become a monument, then we turned to what he was as a man. This is the next natural step in the examination of Washington--it certainly is not another glorification." Formative Years As a boy, the Smithsonian curators say, George Washington unconsciously absorbed many of the notions and values of the local Virginia gentry, which modeled itself after the English upper class and struggled somewhat clumsily to achieve its aspirations in a provincial wilderness. Even as a child, he was concerned with how he was considered and perceived, copying down in his school books such rules of civility as, "Bedew no mans face with your Spittle, by approaching too near when you speak." sense of self-esteem. Washington's half-brother, Lawrence, became a model for George when their father died in 1743. George was then 11, but even as a young child he had been spellbound by Lawrence's glamour, ur- banity and charm--not to mention his red British of- ficer's uniform, a symbol that may have sparked George's interest in the glory and ad- venture of a military career. Lawrence's Mount Vernon neighbors, the Fairfaxes, one of Virginia's ruling families, "provided quite a heady entre to the aristocratic life for a gangly teenager," Klapthor and Morrison note. "He was fascinated, indeed enchanted by their elegance and leisure, by their witty and cosmopolitan conversation, by their extensive circle of powerful and engaging friends." George also was aware of the value of land, which was essential to the economic well- being of the gentry, and a knowledge of topography offered surveyors many important social and political advantages in Virginia society. George was fascinated with surveying because he had a mathematical and methodical mind. At 16 he drew his first survey, a plat of Lawrence's turnip patch. A year later, through his Fairfax con- nection, he secured his first job--assisting a surveyor in plotting the town of Alexan- dria, Va., in 1749. Yet he also felt that military service would bring rewards beyond those offered by surveying. In 1752, he applied for the position of adjutant for NEW VA INFORMA' Q -- I am entitled| treatment at Administration I because I am 101 \\; " disabled from sel ) for  netted causes. Is | similar medici! available for my fan A -- Your fami '\\; SPRiNGI -o 7 entitled t° the VA'  Health and Medical II (CHAMPVA). TI • medical benefits p which the VA hell! ta LaCOST£ DRESSES ""x medical care obm,, civilian sources dependents of ve. . RAINCOATS permanent and to connected disabili surviving spouse and t LEV S BENDOER PANTS // of veterans perma (NEW COLORS) totally disabled f connected disabilit' r ! __ ., time of death are Q -- If I don't checking account unsafe to mail, how on my i  Administration ed without going to personally? N. M,00n r,. _   n Daily 9:30-5:00 . . . Fri 9"30--9.'00|'£1d\\;Vt<-' :e tl.i .,nearest post office ---' -'- -==" " " chase a cashier'slt D-" T' money order. To proper credit, in claim number INTERESTING FACT PROTECTING YOUR security number elfr/OtUotrayd;arsYOUorr C:or ' ii LeHaOyoEutAsieDlFgMLLurYning REDUcNE6;oOFUR remittance. doesn't pay to buy near the at night. Darkness invites HAVING AFIRE end of the model year. You'll trouble. A small floodlight Dispose of rags wet with oil, lose an extra year in mounted high on the rear of polishes or other flammable INTERESTING] depreciation, your home near a window is fluids or cleaning agents in The first cable OUTDOOR metal trash cans. sent across an inexpensive deterrent, on Aug. 16, 1859. WHY SHOULD I KEEP MY SAVI DEPOSITED A bank's business is to match savings'dollars to borrowing local bank, local savings are the primary source of funds for I< local businesses and individuals. If this money leaves the area, bank may turn to the nat onal money market for funds. Such hig loans may cause small businesses to raise prices and cut back deposits for local loans, on the other hand, can stimulate the economy. The people at the Woodsville, Piermont, Warren and/ banking center can give you more details, so stop in today at Wo0d Guaranty Savings Bank. ! • 7oodsville 00avings 5Bank i Woodsville/Piermont/Warren/& Monroe, N,i Cheryl R. Robie, Teller/Piermont FROZEN FOOD CASELOT SALE i i i Quantity Description Container WI. Sah SLICED APPLES W/SUGAR : ................ 8 Ibs ........ S 6. BLACKBERRIES ............................ 5 Ibs ........ 5. BLACK RASPBERRIES 5 Ibs ........ 6. CULTIVATED BLUEBERRIES ................ . 20 Ibs ....... 1 DARK SWEET CHERRIES W/SUGAR .......... 30 Ibs ....... RED TART CHERRIES W/SUGAR ............ 30 Ibs ....... RED TART CHERRIES, IQF .......... ......... 5 Ibs ........ MIXED FRUIT, IQF ... ....................... 20 Ibs ....... 1 NORTHWEST FRUIT MEDLEY, IQF ........... 12/1 lb." .... 20. SLICED PEACHES W/SUGAR ............... 30 Ibs ....... 19. SLICED PEACHES, IOF .................. . .... 5 Ibs ........ 5. LARGE WHOLE STRAWBERRIES, IQF ......... 20 Ibs ....... 21. CALIF. SLICED STRAWBERRIES W/SUGAR.. 30 Ibs ....... 25, CALIF. SLICED STRAWBERRIES W/SUGAR .. 6V Ibs ...... 7 APPLE JUICE CONCENTRATE ............... 24/12 oz... CRANBERRY JUICE COCKTAIL CONC ........ . 24/12 oz... GRAPEFRUIT JUICE CONCENTRATE ......... 24/12 oz... GRAPE JUICE CONCENTRATE ............... 24/12 oz... HAWAIIAN PUNCH CONCENTRATE .......... 24/12 oz... LEMONADE CONCENTRATE ................ 24/12 oz. ,. ORANGE JUICE CONCENTRATE ............. 24/6 oz ..... ORANGE JUICE CONCENTRATE ............. 24/12 oz .... CUT GREEN BEANS ........................ 12/2V Ibs... BABY LIMA BEANS .......................... 12/2V Ibs.. FORDHOOK LIMA BEANS ................... 12/2V Ibs.. BROCCOLI CUTS ........................... 12/2 Ibs... BROCCOLI SPEARS ........................ 12/2 Ibs... BRUSSELS SPROUTS ....................... 12/2 Ibs... CAULIFLOWER ............................. 12/2 Ibs. WHOLE KERNEL CORN ..................... 12/2V= Ibs." i BREADED MUSHROOMS ................... 2/5 Ibs ...... FANCY SLICED MUSHROOMS .............. 2/5 Ibs ...... GARDEN PEAS ............................. 12/2V= Ibs... WHOLE LEAF SPINACH ..................... 12/3 Ibs .... MIXED VEGETABLES ....................... 12/2V Ibs... DELl BAGELS - PLAIN ...................... 18/6 pk ...... DONUTS - JELLY ............................ 12/6 Dk ..... FRENCH FRIES ............................. 12/2 Ibs. SHOESTRING FRENCH FRIES ............... 12/20 oz .... POTATO PUFFS ............................ 12/2 Ibs .... THOMAS' ENGLISH MUFFINS ............... 12/12 pk .... BREADED ONION RINGS .................... 8/2 Ibs: ..... PIZZA SLICES (CHEESE) ..................... 60/3 oz ..... FRENCH BREAD PIZZA ...................... 24/5 oz ..... 21.1 25: 22 14, 12. 19, 17, 23 24, 15. 18, 19, 19. 14. 13 16, 16, 19, IQF -- Individually Quick Frozen ORDER DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 20, 1982 1 1 1 13 Name Phone PICK UP ON: MARCH 11, Address NONE SOLD WITHOUT ADVANCE ORDER "Ouantdes may be hmded, and prices may increase, m the event of unforeseen damage 1o crops, or other causes All Agway frozen food products carry a "No-Quibble" customer satisfaction guarantee. Should any frozen food product be unacceptable, please return it to Agway for a full and complete refund of the purchase price As Washington grew older the Virginia colony, and the O NO I'ver- I I and observed his family and following year he was picked Rtee 1 • their friends, he seemed to to lead an expedition west of have recognized the im- the Blue Ridge Mountains to • portanceof fulfilling his class- order the French off British Tel. 603 787 6981 designated role, actively lands. This and other ventures modeling himself into the kind won Washington the rank of of person who would achieve colonel in the newly organized not only the respect of his Virginia regiment. peers, but also a personal (pleaseturntopage3A) N. H.