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THANK Y--U NOTES SAVE FOR MONTHS TO COME CASE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES ORDER BY FEBRUARY 27, 1982 i CS. CS. CS. CS. SALE QTY. ITEM SALE QTY. Dove for Dishes (72-6182) Qt 9/case $1.65 ss =14.88 =17.70 =26.36 Dove Beth Bar sSO.19 (72-6200) 4, oz 48/case 50 ea e28.82 Fantastic (72,6190) Qt 12/case $1.19 ee =14.28 =1 3.50 Glass Plus s21.86 (72-6192) =44.79 Qt 12/case $1.19 ss ITEM Pine -GIo (72-6173) 15 oz 12/case 75 (72-6250) 40 sheets 12/case Sl.09 se Comet (72-6252) 14 oz 48/case $1 ss Caleadl (72-6251) $2.88 ss 65 oz 8/case ShOwn Only for comparison--items shown sold by caselot only. , .,,,' . t y, L, T -' ,- .oo..s . pv,.c., oR=,=, om.v ,,,,. eeds.L_ , c,w :or'[!rrlfom February 27, 1982, ..oE tea,  PiCkup on March 31, 19B2. h hi " obs  mmmm m m n I " w:o'00 Rte. 10 No. Haverhill, N.H. Ta. (6031 787-6981 SD.00 s:13.88 =18.T2 s22.80 I I THANK YOU We want to thank everyone for the Card Shower we received on our 50th Wedding Anniversary. Over 100 cards. Also, our relatives, neighbors and friends for the purse of money, our anniversary cake, flowers and other gifts. We were very pleased and happy to be so well remembered. Thanks again. God Bless you all. Jesse and Bernice Gilbert Piermont, N.H. i i i i i THANK YOU The Family of Harold E. Bean extends sincere heartfelt thanks to all for their many acts of kindness. The concern and caring shown, personal prayers, and telephone calls; the beautiful cards and remembrances in Ha='old's name, your many visits with Harold at home and while in the hospital gave us strength and courage. May God reward you with our friendship. Mrs. Anita H. Bean Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bean and Family Mr. and Mrs. Duane Gotham and Family I Ill II I PllffllB CD  BEST OF PRESS INTERESTING FACT f tdkl[.Mlllkn NeSkinOffThem Officially, there is no such ,4 ,.. 0, 00omo ,o,. ,. ,o Thank You C=II I.. F,_-J_, .......... blisters--they don't show uv umtea states tovernment -- * ugrlllg II1] 4qll lllll .... unti] the wlc is done. - and i mints its legally a SAtFS & SERVICIE SAGS& 5UPPtlES. --Times, Marshalltown, la, cent. I wish to say "Thank you" to all my former , patients, friends and neighbors who contributed to the lovely reception held recently at the time ]  of my retirement. Also "Thank you" to the many who have sent j 26th A al ] cards and notes wishing me well. nnu Frances Olsen, M.D. I BRADFORD JUNIOR HIGH I i,i i ' ' ' '' II I [ BASKETBALL o TOURNAMENT Ge r00e00ff/ashin00ton I ! I , (,ontlnued from page 2A) social confidence and political What he hungered for, experience made a powerful I | SCHEDULE [   though, was the glamour, impression onthedelegates," prestige and self-exteem according to the curators. He I I I - - III I II /&qreN associated with the rank of a was unanimously elected 1 lira / dll aA ==A . AA 41At,A U'IDIpw regular British officer. But his commander. re.rum L:), Lb, :La, ana zu, ,z efforts to secure a royal Although Washington never Oxbow High School commission were continually won an out-and-out victory Man., Feb. 15 4:00 "C" Division Tue., Feb. 16 "B" Division Thu., Feb. 18 "A" Division Sat., Feb. 20 I This ad Special Division Grades 5-8 Piermont vs Fairlee (Boys) Trophy Presentation Special Division Haverhill "B" (Girls) -- U-36 (Girls) Haverhill "B" ( Boys )  U-36 (Boys) Oxbow "B" (Girls) -- Fairlee (Girls) Oxbow "B" ( Boys ) -- Thet ford (Boys) Orford vs St. J "B" (Boys) Lyndon vs Blue Mtn. (Boys) Orford vs Blue Mtn. (Girls) Lyndon vs Thet ford (Girls) Haverhill vs St. J (Girls) Haverhill vs St. J (Boys) Oxbow vs Hanover (Girls) Oxbow vs Hanover (Boys) "C" Girls Consolation Game "C" Boys Consolation Game "C" Girls Championship "C" Boys Championship "C" Division Trophies and Awards "B" Girls Consolation Game "B" Boys Consolation "B" Girls Championship "B" Boys Championship "B" Division Trophies and Awards "A" Girls Consolation "A" Boys Consolation "A" Girls Championship "A" Boys Championship "A" Division Trophies and Awards i i i is the Bradford 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 a.m. 10:00a.m. ll:00a.m. 12:00 1:00 Ill Illl I I rebuffed, in part a reflection during the Revolution, he won of the second-rate status given Renown and respect as a the American colonies by the crown. "He did everything feasible to win preferment" in the military, Cunliffe writes, but "there is something unlikeable about the George Washington of the 1753-58 period. He seems a trifle raw and strident, too much on his dignity, too ready to complain, too nakedly concerned with self-promotion." In 1758, he resigned from the Virginia Regiment and returned to his estates for the next't4 years, playing the role of the gentleman farmer. Leadership Role By the end of his career as Virginia colonel, change had begun to come over the future leader. "His responsibilities for protecting the frontier had made real for him the gentry's notion Of being responsible for one's community," and "in the process," Klapthor and Morrison maintain, "his in- terest in command--matured and reinforced by a sense of responsibility to a people--was transmuted; it became a concern with leadership. Washington took up this role with his family, his peers, his slaves and his community." But history beckoned. When the Second Continental Congress, meeting in Philadelphia in 1775, voted to establish the American Continental Army, Washington already had a reputation for military leadership that crossed colonial borders, and his, "appearance as the only military man at the Congress combined with his personal demeanor and self-control, his successful military leader, according to history records. The reason, it now seems clear, is that Washington reconciled himself to the truth that "on our side the war should be defensive." The war over, Washington returned to Mount Vernon in 1784 and for six years enjoyed a "freedom from public cares." He did not want to return to center stage, he said. He agreed with Martha who wrote that she knew "too much of the vanity of human affairs to expect felicity from the splendid scenes of life." He wanted to remain a farmer at Mount Vernon, the place he loved most, and in fact, whenever he was away, he kept close tabs on every detail about the estate. Early in his life, Klapthor and Morrison conclude, Washington had learned that a gentleman had certain duties to fulfill. His belief in duty, his hunger for esteem and his sense of leadership then came to overwhelm "his preference for comfortable privacy." NOTE The Smithsonian exhibition celebrating the 250th an- niversary of George Washington's birth opens Feb. 23, 1982, and continues through Dec. 31 at the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. INTERESTING FACT The discreet addition of a touch of saffron in the dough can give home-baked bread a beautiful color. February 17, 1982-The Second Opinion-Page 3A IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN THE SECOND OPINION HAVE YOU BEEN HOSPITALIZED WITH A HEART ATTACK THE LAST 2-3MONTHS? If you are willing to participate in a study to possibly prevent recurring heart attacks, please call the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Hanover, New Hampshire, collect 603-643-4000, ext. 3521 between 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., or 603-643- 3895 after 6:00 ).m. APPRECIATION SAVINGS NEW COUPON OFFERS Good thru Sat. Feb. 27th iiiii W $ . . We offer these new to thank our valued customers for their patronage. iV % off WITH COUPON ONLY! * Sorry, sewing notions and : special coupon items excluded With this coupon 20% OFF your total purchase. Buy from any or all depts, in the store, odd up your total and we'll to'ke 20% OFF. Signature .............................................................................. Address .................................................................................. LIMIT OF ONE OF THIS COUPON PER PERSON, the coupon must be filled in. Last effective date of coupon is Sat., Feb. 27th. Coupon applies to all regular price merchandise except os noted * above. WARD'S DEPT. STORE Hanover & I VALUABLE 1 THIS COUPON WORTH 30% OFF YOUR TOTAL PURCHASE OF ANY CLEARANCE MERCHANDISE MARKED AT SALE PRICE. Choose as much of A 41 / OFF A CLEARANCE S LE  I i II merchandise you want IU /k ond we'll take another   1 V 30% off prices marked ' WITH THIS COUPON ONLY! Signature .............................................................................. Address., ................................................................................ LIMIT OF ONE OF THIS COUPON PER PERSON, The coupon must be filled in. Last effective date of coupon is Sat., Feb. 27th. This coupon applies to Clearance Sale Items Only. WARD'S DEPT. STO. RE...HHano.... ver & Bra......rd COUPON 1 VALUABLE 1 THIS COUPON WORTH 20% OFF THE REGULAR PRICE of Our NEW' 20% o,, WITH TH COUPON ONLY! "Grass hopper"ESPADRILLS Pick as many pair of the new colors GRASSHOPPER Canvas Espadrills you want. We'll take 20% off. Signature ............................ i ................................................. Address .................................................................................. LIMIT OF ONE OF THIS COUPON PER PERSON, the coupon musl: be filled in. Lcst effective dote of Feb. 27th. This is o special coupon item, savings applies to this item only. WARD'S DEPT. STORE Hanover & llmdlord COUPON / VALUABLE / THIS COUPON WORTH 30% OFF THE REGULAR PRICE of Our Entire Group Susan Bristol Sweaters Pick os mony motif's os 30%0. you like, Susan Bristol 100% Wool Sweaters. We'll take 30% off the regular prices marked. ,WITH THIS COUPON ONLY! Signature .............................................................................. Address .................................................................................. LIMIT OF ONE OF THIS COUPON PER PERSON, The coupon must be filled in. Last effective date of coupon is Sat., Feb. 27th. This is a special coupon item, savings applies to this item only. WARD'S DEPT. STORE Hanover & Bradford COUPON N CLEARANCE MERCHANDISE, JilL SALES FINAIJ W--TWO (O#VBiiliT SliOPPlilt; Main Street Main Street HANOVER, N.H. BRADFORD, VT. Phone 643-3109 Phone 222-9012 Open dally 9 to 5 Open ay 9-5, Frl, "tll 8 p.m. THANK Y--U NOTES SAVE FOR MONTHS TO COME CASE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES ORDER BY FEBRUARY 27, 1982 i CS. CS. CS. CS. SALE QTY. ITEM SALE QTY. Dove for Dishes (72-6182) Qt 9/case $1.65 ss =14.88 =17.70 =26.36 Dove Beth Bar sSO.19 (72-6200) 4, oz 48/case 50 ea e28.82 Fantastic (72,6190) Qt 12/case $1.19 ee =14.28 =1 3.50 Glass Plus s21.86 (72-6192) =44.79 Qt 12/case $1.19 ss ITEM Pine -GIo (72-6173) 15 oz 12/case 75 (72-6250) 40 sheets 12/case Sl.09 se Comet (72-6252) 14 oz 48/case $1 ss Caleadl (72-6251) $2.88 ss 65 oz 8/case ShOwn Only for comparison--items shown sold by caselot only. , .,,,' . t y, L, T -' ,- .oo..s . pv,.c., oR=,=, om.v ,,,,. eeds.L_ , c,w :or'[!rrlfom February 27, 1982, ..oE tea,  PiCkup on March 31, 19B2. h hi " obs  mmmm m m n I " w:o'00 Rte. 10 No. Haverhill, N.H. Ta. (6031 787-6981 SD.00 s:13.88 =18.T2 s22.80 I I THANK YOU We want to thank everyone for the Card Shower we received on our 50th Wedding Anniversary. Over 100 cards. Also, our relatives, neighbors and friends for the purse of money, our anniversary cake, flowers and other gifts. We were very pleased and happy to be so well remembered. Thanks again. God Bless you all. Jesse and Bernice Gilbert Piermont, N.H. i i i i i THANK YOU The Family of Harold E. Bean extends sincere heartfelt thanks to all for their many acts of kindness. The concern and caring shown, personal prayers, and telephone calls; the beautiful cards and remembrances in Ha='old's name, your many visits with Harold at home and while in the hospital gave us strength and courage. May God reward you with our friendship. Mrs. Anita H. Bean Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bean and Family Mr. and Mrs. Duane Gotham and Family I Ill II I PllffllB CD  BEST OF PRESS INTERESTING FACT f tdkl[.Mlllkn NeSkinOffThem Officially, there is no such ,4 ,.. 0, 00omo ,o,. ,. ,o Thank You C=II I.. F,_-J_, .......... blisters--they don't show uv umtea states tovernment -- * ugrlllg II1] 4qll lllll .... unti] the wlc is done. - and i mints its legally a SAtFS & SERVICIE SAGS& 5UPPtlES. --Times, Marshalltown, la, cent. I wish to say "Thank you" to all my former , patients, friends and neighbors who contributed to the lovely reception held recently at the time ]  of my retirement. Also "Thank you" to the many who have sent j 26th A al ] cards and notes wishing me well. nnu Frances Olsen, M.D. I BRADFORD JUNIOR HIGH I i,i i ' ' ' '' II I [ BASKETBALL o TOURNAMENT Ge r00e00ff/ashin00ton I ! I , (,ontlnued from page 2A) social confidence and political What he hungered for, experience made a powerful I | SCHEDULE [   though, was the glamour, impression onthedelegates," prestige and self-exteem according to the curators. He I I I - - III I II /&qreN associated with the rank of a was unanimously elected 1 lira / dll aA ==A . AA 41At,A U'IDIpw regular British officer. But his commander. re.rum L:), Lb, :La, ana zu, ,z efforts to secure a royal Although Washington never Oxbow High School commission were continually won an out-and-out victory Man., Feb. 15 4:00 "C" Division Tue., Feb. 16 "B" Division Thu., Feb. 18 "A" Division Sat., Feb. 20 I This ad Special Division Grades 5-8 Piermont vs Fairlee (Boys) Trophy Presentation Special Division Haverhill "B" (Girls) -- U-36 (Girls) Haverhill "B" ( Boys )  U-36 (Boys) Oxbow "B" (Girls) -- Fairlee (Girls) Oxbow "B" ( Boys ) -- Thet ford (Boys) Orford vs St. J "B" (Boys) Lyndon vs Blue Mtn. (Boys) Orford vs Blue Mtn. (Girls) Lyndon vs Thet ford (Girls) Haverhill vs St. J (Girls) Haverhill vs St. J (Boys) Oxbow vs Hanover (Girls) Oxbow vs Hanover (Boys) "C" Girls Consolation Game "C" Boys Consolation Game "C" Girls Championship "C" Boys Championship "C" Division Trophies and Awards "B" Girls Consolation Game "B" Boys Consolation "B" Girls Championship "B" Boys Championship "B" Division Trophies and Awards "A" Girls Consolation "A" Boys Consolation "A" Girls Championship "A" Boys Championship "A" Division Trophies and Awards i i i is the Bradford 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 a.m. 10:00a.m. ll:00a.m. 12:00 1:00 Ill Illl I I rebuffed, in part a reflection during the Revolution, he won of the second-rate status given Renown and respect as a the American colonies by the crown. "He did everything feasible to win preferment" in the military, Cunliffe writes, but "there is something unlikeable about the George Washington of the 1753-58 period. He seems a trifle raw and strident, too much on his dignity, too ready to complain, too nakedly concerned with self-promotion." In 1758, he resigned from the Virginia Regiment and returned to his estates for the next't4 years, playing the role of the gentleman farmer. Leadership Role By the end of his career as Virginia colonel, change had begun to come over the future leader. "His responsibilities for protecting the frontier had made real for him the gentry's notion Of being responsible for one's community," and "in the process," Klapthor and Morrison maintain, "his in- terest in command--matured and reinforced by a sense of responsibility to a people--was transmuted; it became a concern with leadership. Washington took up this role with his family, his peers, his slaves and his community." But history beckoned. When the Second Continental Congress, meeting in Philadelphia in 1775, voted to establish the American Continental Army, Washington already had a reputation for military leadership that crossed colonial borders, and his, "appearance as the only military man at the Congress combined with his personal demeanor and self-control, his successful military leader, according to history records. The reason, it now seems clear, is that Washington reconciled himself to the truth that "on our side the war should be defensive." The war over, Washington returned to Mount Vernon in 1784 and for six years enjoyed a "freedom from public cares." He did not want to return to center stage, he said. He agreed with Martha who wrote that she knew "too much of the vanity of human affairs to expect felicity from the splendid scenes of life." He wanted to remain a farmer at Mount Vernon, the place he loved most, and in fact, whenever he was away, he kept close tabs on every detail about the estate. Early in his life, Klapthor and Morrison conclude, Washington had learned that a gentleman had certain duties to fulfill. His belief in duty, his hunger for esteem and his sense of leadership then came to overwhelm "his preference for comfortable privacy." NOTE The Smithsonian exhibition celebrating the 250th an- niversary of George Washington's birth opens Feb. 23, 1982, and continues through Dec. 31 at the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. INTERESTING FACT The discreet addition of a touch of saffron in the dough can give home-baked bread a beautiful color. February 17, 1982-The Second Opinion-Page 3A IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN THE SECOND OPINION HAVE YOU BEEN HOSPITALIZED WITH A HEART ATTACK THE LAST 2-3MONTHS? If you are willing to participate in a study to possibly prevent recurring heart attacks, please call the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Hanover, New Hampshire, collect 603-643-4000, ext. 3521 between 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., or 603-643- 3895 after 6:00 ).m. APPRECIATION SAVINGS NEW COUPON OFFERS Good thru Sat. Feb. 27th iiiii W $ . . We offer these new to thank our valued customers for their patronage. iV % off WITH COUPON ONLY! * Sorry, sewing notions and : special coupon items excluded With this coupon 20% OFF your total purchase. Buy from any or all depts, in the store, odd up your total and we'll to'ke 20% OFF. Signature .............................................................................. Address .................................................................................. LIMIT OF ONE OF THIS COUPON PER PERSON, the coupon must be filled in. Last effective date of coupon is Sat., Feb. 27th. Coupon applies to all regular price merchandise except os noted * above. WARD'S DEPT. STORE Hanover & I VALUABLE 1 THIS COUPON WORTH 30% OFF YOUR TOTAL PURCHASE OF ANY CLEARANCE MERCHANDISE MARKED AT SALE PRICE. Choose as much of A 41 / OFF A CLEARANCE S LE  I i II merchandise you want IU /k ond we'll take another   1 V 30% off prices marked ' WITH THIS COUPON ONLY! Signature .............................................................................. Address., ................................................................................ LIMIT OF ONE OF THIS COUPON PER PERSON, The coupon must be filled in. Last effective date of coupon is Sat., Feb. 27th. This coupon applies to Clearance Sale Items Only. WARD'S DEPT. STO. RE...HHano.... ver & Bra......rd COUPON 1 VALUABLE 1 THIS COUPON WORTH 20% OFF THE REGULAR PRICE of Our NEW' 20% o,, WITH TH COUPON ONLY! "Grass hopper"ESPADRILLS Pick as many pair of the new colors GRASSHOPPER Canvas Espadrills you want. We'll take 20% off. Signature ............................ i ................................................. Address .................................................................................. LIMIT OF ONE OF THIS COUPON PER PERSON, the coupon musl: be filled in. Lcst effective dote of Feb. 27th. This is o special coupon item, savings applies to this item only. WARD'S DEPT. STORE Hanover & llmdlord COUPON / VALUABLE / THIS COUPON WORTH 30% OFF THE REGULAR PRICE of Our Entire Group Susan Bristol Sweaters Pick os mony motif's os 30%0. you like, Susan Bristol 100% Wool Sweaters. We'll take 30% off the regular prices marked. ,WITH THIS COUPON ONLY! Signature .............................................................................. Address .................................................................................. LIMIT OF ONE OF THIS COUPON PER PERSON, The coupon must be filled in. Last effective date of coupon is Sat., Feb. 27th. This is a special coupon item, savings applies to this item only. WARD'S DEPT. STORE Hanover & Bradford COUPON N CLEARANCE MERCHANDISE, JilL SALES FINAIJ W--TWO (O#VBiiliT SliOPPlilt; Main Street Main Street HANOVER, N.H. BRADFORD, VT. Phone 643-3109 Phone 222-9012 Open dally 9 to 5 Open ay 9-5, Frl, "tll 8 p.m.