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Page 2A-The Second Opinion-March 24, 1982 239. weaver chicken roll R&apos;bsse,'s ' .... "' '" pickle & pimento loaf I nL hot or sweet capioola 2"L IIIIIIIII I II I I I IIII II III I IIII I III II III I I I fresh bread pudding 99 =,. Olb, IIIIIIIIIII I II1! I II I I I  I OUR QUARTER POUND 29 1 ham & cheese sandwiah I IIIIIII IIII II II II IIIII I II III I II home style white bread = "FRESH BAKED" break apart rolls "' 79 =,'..I XBOW HIGH SCHOOL presents PNM Your Wagon April 2 & 3 - 8 p.m. OXBOW AUDITORIUM Adults $2.50 S,u,ent00,; e..  "4'  5 Ad sponsored by ,, = <_. Bradford National Bank | , ,, ,,, i i , ,m, " Insulate & Beautify With ;:  Thermax And Vinyl Sldlg  ' 20% Early Purchase Discount Vz" Thermax A,u.,9. Sal '7.60 Shutters 20% Off 'e Vi I idl nS. n=g , Exterior Paint For Trim w.a,Q.,n.ls :sale 58,52  25% Off c,,-,,0, .,+:,=, S.ale ,s61.20 =. See Our Display At The Farm Show FREE: Get You Started Instruct/on For Do-It- Yourseffors Installation Available Now Booking May 1st Jobs. Plywoods - Windows- Doors - Kitchens Plumbing - Electrical - Tools - Counter Tops Custom Shopwork - Glass Repair Oakes Bros., Inc. Bradford, Vt. (802) 222-5280 REO HEART WINTUK YARN 4-ply 100% DuPont O rln S I 'tic yarn from Coats Et 3Y= oz. solid colors, 3 Whit e and 23 Skell * A famil+ album (continued from page IA) Still, the art of everyday life got off to a popular start in the early 1800s because of its availability through newly developed printing processes and because the realisticalFy presented subjects conveyed an appealing story or a moral, often emphasizing that truth comes from everyday life. "In this period," Fink says, "there was a good deal of idealization of the common man by artists, who thought of him as a source of wisdom." For the most part, however, the art ignored America's early social and political problems, depicting instead scenes of healthy yeomen tilling the soil and taking delight in music, country dances and friendly political argument, scenes of innocent children romping barefoot in the green fields, fishing in the sparkling streams, sledding on snowy hills and scenes of down-to-earth women sewing, cooking and caring for family. The strength of this art form is that "the viewer can quickly assimilate what is depicted and can place the image he sees within a familiar historical context," the Corcoran's Edward J. HEADQUARTERS FOR BOY SCOUT & GIRL SCOUT CLOTHING & EQUIPMENT Woodsville, N.H. St, Johnsbury, Vs. UE YOUR OPEN FRIDAY IblkE NIGHT 'TIL ACCOUNT 9:00P M. I MEN'S & BOYS" UNDERWEAR Men's brief 3-packs. Sizes 2a-44 Men's T-aEi .... a,zna S- M- ;' 3"pecks, in 2-18. T-sbin ........ $3 ...... 3.S0 Nygren, curator of the exhibition, explains. On the other hand, genre does have drawbacks. Simply put, there may be more to a picture than meets the eye. "Because the content is so accessible," Nygren says, "the viewer may not go beyond what is readily apparent to seek additional levels of meaning." He cites an 1858 painting, "Leisure and Labor," to illustrate the point. The pic- ture depicts a blacksmith at work; standing nearby is an idle young man. Ostensibly, the painting is an accurate record of a blacksmith shop in rural Maryland, but a closer look, Nygren points out, will reveal "that it alludes to the transient nature of life and the rewards of hard work" and is a variation on Aesop's fable of the ant and the grasshopper. About 1865, i enre took on cosmopolitan tones, reflecting the changes in American society and its people. Coming from the artist's easel then were works portraying the industrialization and ur- banization of the nation, as well as scenes related to the problems--and the hopes--of the millions of immigrants arriving on American shores. At the same time, there was a new interest in the solitary figure, particularly the middle- or upper<lass woman in a domestic setting, reflecting, according to Nygren, both the com- partmentalized lives of the sexes in their everyday ac- tivities and the idealization of women who are portrayed as "physically and spiritually Get upto a $50 cash bonus on a new Husqvama cha sawj. by Vad  a.X. U cs woo Visit your Husqvarna dealer and take a look at the saws he sells. Then make a great deal using anything that cuts wood as a trade-in. When you trade-in and trade-up to Husqvarna, we'll send you something extra. A check for $50 over and above your dealer's great trade-in deal on a new Model 65.77, 162, 480, 285, or 2100, or a check for $25 with the purchase of a new Model 44 or 61. So see your Husqvarna dealer and make a great deal with a generous trade-in allow- ance. 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The beauty They also were very much challenge the traditional of the work of art was in the alone, "inner directed" and concepts of beauty in art as art itself." isolated in contrast to the defined by previous In place of the Victorian earlier genre subjects who, generations. The urban poor, women languishing in their Fink adds, usually were for example, once considered parlors came such works as shown "relating to coarse and unsuitable as (pleaseturntopage3A) Don't Go Out A Family Needs A Bank Over the years we've helped our customers purchase a home, buy a car, put the youngsters through college, buy a business, take a vacation, save for a rainy day, plan for retirement ..... e Co, In fact, we're almost a member of the family and  we'd like to be a member of yours. Stop in. t I ,/% Bradford National Bank - L AV/] Bradford, Vt.   SHE - Fairlee SHE - Thetford ERa - Newbury 333-4379 765-2112 866-5872 ; MEMBER FDIC DEP. INSURED $100,000 L Page 2A-The Second Opinion-March 24, 1982 239. weaver chicken roll R'bsse,'s ' .... "' '" pickle & pimento loaf I nL hot or sweet capioola 2"L IIIIIIIII I II I I I IIII II III I IIII I III II III I I I fresh bread pudding 99 =,. Olb, IIIIIIIIIII I II1! I II I I I  I OUR QUARTER POUND 29 1 ham & cheese sandwiah I IIIIIII IIII II II II IIIII I II III I II home style white bread = "FRESH BAKED" break apart rolls "' 79 =,'..I XBOW HIGH SCHOOL presents PNM Your Wagon April 2 & 3 - 8 p.m. OXBOW AUDITORIUM Adults $2.50 S,u,ent00,; e..  "4'  5 Ad sponsored by ,, = <_. Bradford National Bank | , ,, ,,, i i , ,m, " Insulate & Beautify With ;:  Thermax And Vinyl Sldlg  ' 20% Early Purchase Discount Vz" Thermax A,u.,9. Sal '7.60 Shutters 20% Off 'e Vi I idl nS. n=g , Exterior Paint For Trim w.a,Q.,n.ls :sale 58,52  25% Off c,,-,,0, .,+:,=, S.ale ,s61.20 =. See Our Display At The Farm Show FREE: Get You Started Instruct/on For Do-It- Yourseffors Installation Available Now Booking May 1st Jobs. Plywoods - Windows- Doors - Kitchens Plumbing - Electrical - Tools - Counter Tops Custom Shopwork - Glass Repair Oakes Bros., Inc. Bradford, Vt. (802) 222-5280 REO HEART WINTUK YARN 4-ply 100% DuPont O rln S I 'tic yarn from Coats Et 3Y= oz. solid colors, 3 Whit e and 23 Skell * A famil+ album (continued from page IA) Still, the art of everyday life got off to a popular start in the early 1800s because of its availability through newly developed printing processes and because the realisticalFy presented subjects conveyed an appealing story or a moral, often emphasizing that truth comes from everyday life. "In this period," Fink says, "there was a good deal of idealization of the common man by artists, who thought of him as a source of wisdom." For the most part, however, the art ignored America's early social and political problems, depicting instead scenes of healthy yeomen tilling the soil and taking delight in music, country dances and friendly political argument, scenes of innocent children romping barefoot in the green fields, fishing in the sparkling streams, sledding on snowy hills and scenes of down-to-earth women sewing, cooking and caring for family. The strength of this art form is that "the viewer can quickly assimilate what is depicted and can place the image he sees within a familiar historical context," the Corcoran's Edward J. HEADQUARTERS FOR BOY SCOUT & GIRL SCOUT CLOTHING & EQUIPMENT Woodsville, N.H. St, Johnsbury, Vs. UE YOUR OPEN FRIDAY IblkE NIGHT 'TIL ACCOUNT 9:00P M. I MEN'S & BOYS" UNDERWEAR Men's brief 3-packs. Sizes 2a-44 Men's T-aEi .... a,zna S- M- ;' 3"pecks, in 2-18. T-sbin ........ $3 ...... 3.S0 Nygren, curator of the exhibition, explains. On the other hand, genre does have drawbacks. Simply put, there may be more to a picture than meets the eye. "Because the content is so accessible," Nygren says, "the viewer may not go beyond what is readily apparent to seek additional levels of meaning." He cites an 1858 painting, "Leisure and Labor," to illustrate the point. The pic- ture depicts a blacksmith at work; standing nearby is an idle young man. Ostensibly, the painting is an accurate record of a blacksmith shop in rural Maryland, but a closer look, Nygren points out, will reveal "that it alludes to the transient nature of life and the rewards of hard work" and is a variation on Aesop's fable of the ant and the grasshopper. About 1865, i enre took on cosmopolitan tones, reflecting the changes in American society and its people. Coming from the artist's easel then were works portraying the industrialization and ur- banization of the nation, as well as scenes related to the problems--and the hopes--of the millions of immigrants arriving on American shores. At the same time, there was a new interest in the solitary figure, particularly the middle- or upper<lass woman in a domestic setting, reflecting, according to Nygren, both the com- partmentalized lives of the sexes in their everyday ac- tivities and the idealization of women who are portrayed as "physically and spiritually Get upto a $50 cash bonus on a new Husqvama cha sawj. by Vad  a.X. U cs woo Visit your Husqvarna dealer and take a look at the saws he sells. Then make a great deal using anything that cuts wood as a trade-in. When you trade-in and trade-up to Husqvarna, we'll send you something extra. A check for $50 over and above your dealer's great trade-in deal on a new Model 65.77, 162, 480, 285, or 2100, or a check for $25 with the purchase of a new Model 44 or 61. So see your Husqvarna dealer and make a great deal with a generous trade-in allow- ance. Then Husqvarna will send you some pocket money in the form of a check that bears two famous names; ours and yours. lusqirna 7beCham Saw Vern $ ISmall Engines NO. HAVERHILL, N.H. (603)787-6770 M0n-Thurs 8-6 p.m. Fri. 8-8 p.m. Sat. 8-3 p.m. ,J II IIIIII I YOUR TIM IS RUNNING OUT!!! CROSSWAY MOTORS' INCREDIBLE OFFER WILL END SOON! Don't Miss Out! See the Kind of.Room Comfort, Handling and | You Can Get For Your Dollar At Crossway Motors. 00)32*OFF (includes $350 Rebate) On 1982 Volkswagen Rabbits & Pickups Pickup Rabbit {$350 Excluded On Black Tie Models) =692"0F On 1982 Audi 4000 & 5000 Audi 5000 Audi $622"0FF =582* vehicles Fabric Come In Today For A Test Drive-- Our Salesmen, Edd Gross, Ron Canton and Paul Plante, Will Be Happy To Help You! Automotive Leasing National Car Rental Extended Warranty Service Parts Auto Body Shop A t Your Full Service, Authorized Volkswagen I A udil Mazda HOURS: MONDAY--FRIDAY 8-8; SATURDAY 8.5 TOLL FREE 1-800-642-3330 detached from the aggressive someone--or some subject matter, were admired world of business." thing-outside themselves:" by these progressive artists. Painted objectively and This "psychological change" Robert Henri, their leader, with dispassion, the females in carries over to the present stressed that it was not the these slice-of-life portraits day. subject which determined that "sometimes were a little like About 1900, a group of young a work was beautiful: "The houseplants" in their in- artists, referred to as the Ash subject can be as it may, sulated worlds, Fink says. Can School, began to beautiful or ugly. The beauty They also were very much challenge the traditional of the work of art was in the alone, "inner directed" and concepts of beauty in art as art itself." isolated in contrast to the defined by previous In place of the Victorian earlier genre subjects who, generations. The urban poor, women languishing in their Fink adds, usually were for example, once considered parlors came such works as shown "relating to coarse and unsuitable as (pleaseturntopage3A) Don't Go Out A Family Needs A Bank Over the years we've helped our customers purchase a home, buy a car, put the youngsters through college, buy a business, take a vacation, save for a rainy day, plan for retirement ..... e Co, In fact, we're almost a member of the family and  we'd like to be a member of yours. Stop in. t I ,/% Bradford National Bank - L AV/] Bradford, Vt.   SHE - Fairlee SHE - Thetford ERa - Newbury 333-4379 765-2112 866-5872 ; MEMBER FDIC DEP. INSURED $100,000 L