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March 24, 1982-The Second Opinion-Page 3A POULTRY PROGRAM CARD OF THANKS The family of Guy G. Smith wish to extend our sincere thanks to friends, relatives and neigh- : bors for your sympathy, help and support at the time of our great loss. Special thanks to the The,ford FAST Squad and Beverly Vaughan. Also to the many who sent food, cards and other acts of kindness. At a time like this it helps so much to know we have so many friends. Thanks and God Bless you all. Guy and Virginia Smith Brenda and Scotty Trombley David, Martha and Jedediah Smith EAR CHICK FEEDER (1 per customer) (with purchase of 25 or more birds) FEEDING GUIDE (with purchase of any birds) 00/mbh 00bde Shop00 Is now open Rt. 5, bower Plain, Bradford, Vt. Saturday, March 27-10 to 3 Discount All 802-222-4516 eADVANCE ORDER ONLY e50% DEPOSIT REQUIRED W/ORDE i'%  FINAL ORDER DATE - APRIL 17, 1982 I *Available Daily and For Emergencies I ..... ,e PICK-UP WEEK OF MAY 17, 1982 Gladys Rowell at, J'ohJ0bttry *Tooth Fairy, MasterCard, and All Insurances Accepted I $1,111 FEE if this ad is presented at first visit and I -'ql qr: l,om00 = pre-paid, or... $1,390 Fee if this ad is presented at first visit and I t[ DOT  INTERESTING FACT INTERESTING FACT I Payment schedule iS arranged I r. : In 1906, tim Chicago White The world's largest waiting "We Sex won the World Series with rooms are at the Peking I .ride Ourselves In Quality Care and I MY ORDER O CosT ilk 25+ .70 .70 .75 .55 11011 MOlt| 1.75 4.75 10-24 LAYING BIRDS (pullets) RHODE ISLAND REDS (Brown gg) .90 WHITE LEGHORN (White Egg) .90 BLACK SEX LINK (Rr.wn fi) .95 BROILERS (Straight Run) .75 J os e.lO I .;avy w.,.,.,. ,s,,o,,,o., ,,, GE------- Meat -,,o,. ,s,.o,.., Run, 4.95 TURKEYS BROAD BREASTED WHITE (Straight Run) BROAD BREASTED BRONZE .... type ,5 ,50 C "k==n=ls ". "-' , FRY PAN SPECIAL @ .35 vo,,,[ /UDER"TANDHATDA Y-LPOUL TR Y ARE VI'R V-RAGILI" AND HIGHt Y SUSCEPTIBLE TO PNEUMONIA AND OTHER DISEASES I, AMOUNT PAID [ THEREFORE RELEASE AGWA Y & AGWAY STORES AND DEALERS FROM ANY LIABILITY FOR IIEA LTH OF THE BIRD AFTER THEY E-R RF.EI each ,...**.o. ANYBIRD/IELDOVER 2DAYSWILL BEDIS- AVAIL,#LE (inimum order ]5) POSED'OF SIGNED__ DATE ADDRESS PHONE Rte. I0 No. Haverhill, N. H. Tel. (603) 787-6981 s "Nearing the Issue at the Cockpit," that, appears to be a on the way American life, whether at a cock fight or during an ' sOaetimes mixes different social classes. ASK FOR DETAILS I . * A famil+ album again after World War II. Artists began addressing the psychological dilemmas of modern life--the "age of anxiety." Many figures in the paintings and photographs, unlike their forerunners in the mid-19th century, "seem concerned not so much with the external but the internal world," Nygren observes. "In a world capable of destroying itself, the individual has become ineffectual, alienated, beset by threats both physical and psychological." A photograph of four Miami Beach pedestrians portrays the "powerlessness of the elderly in American society." But if the subject matter itself is grim, genre as an art form now is probably far more true to life than in earlier decades, Nygren concludes, for the "idealism that plagued so much realistic art of the 19th and 20th centuries has no place in today's arresting images." INTERESTING FACT Protect very young kittens' eyes from sunlight. After eight weeks, they can be exposed for short periods, and will usually return to their shaded beds when they have had enough. (continued from page 2A) John Sloan's portrait of i working-class girls laughing and drying their hair in the sun on a tenement roof. Henri and his circle were basically optimistic and idealistic in their art, viewing working people as the promise of the American dream. But as the later Depression years began and wore on, the misery confronting so many of the poor became a central theme of another generation of genre artists, many of whom viewed their art as instruments of protest. Philip Evergood, who during the 1930s called himself a "social painter," once recalled an incident that came to affect his artistic sen- sibilities and his work. One cold, winter evening on a walk through Manhattan's West Side, he came upon a group of black men and white men huddled about a fire. "I went over and talked to them... I had never been as close to anything like that before. Then I got a brainwave. It seemed to me that I should he involved in my work with this kind of thing. So I got.., some drawing materials and came back and sat with them and drew all night." Genre art changed once t tl tt l [ I I Truckload Appliance Every major appliance In the tore Is on sale now thru April 28l 18 cu.ft. frostless refrigerator freezer. 499" Reg 629.95 white Plustraneportatioo. hand ng Meat keet keeps meat froster onger without freezing. Tem- pered glass adjuatable shelves. twin produce cdprs, lift out egg tray. Textured steel door, Cors 10 mm'e. 69E1889 Monroe Rmlin]-Mnticand a team batting average of only .230. llllllll II ll I ORTHODONTICS ,*Children and Adults i *Steel and Clear Braces WoodllvtHe, N..H. *Full-Time, Board-Qualified, Montpelier Orthodonist I I Friendlyooouo,c,,,on Dr. Irving Anders, D.M.D., LTD. lllllll Ill II __ I I Station in Peking, China. They can accomodate 14,000 people. NOW at Both Locations... HANOVER, N.H. and BRADFORD, VT. ta ke y0urself a on usand SAVE. They're YOURS for the SHOPPING, clip the dollars and spend them Yon. March 22 thru Sat. April 3rd. Limit 1 "Dollar Value" per item, minimum volue $5. Priced $25 or more. VALUE - $5.00 spend this "Fling at Spring" $15 DOLLARS on Any Item Regularly Priced $75 or more. |- VALU spend this "Fling at Spring" $1 DOLLAR on Any Item Regularly Priced $5 or more. VALUE - ..... RESS- $1.00 ONLY ONE "Fling at Spring" Doltor moy be ued  item. This my be Word*s Location thFu SOt, il 3, 1982. spend this "Fling at Spring" $5 DOLLARS on Any Item Regularly Priced $25 or more. VALUE $6.00 --- STATE ........ ZIP ONLY ONE "Flir at Spring" Do||t moy be used per item. this moy be used at either Word's Location thru Sot, April 3, 1962 VALUE $1.00 spend this "Fling at Spring" spend this "Fling at Spring" $5 DOLLARS on Any Item Regularly $10 DOLLARS on Any Item Relularly Priced $25 or more. Priced $50 or more. VALUE= VALUE - ..... $10 O0- ZIP YATE ZIP Th,s moy be uaed :el2tVlg2 . Loco= =:Soedt ,/Fti; , .2 ONLY ONE "Flil at "@'" C;dr mY be used Pc' i"m" uled at eifl'|er Word's Location thru Sot,, April 3, 12. VALUE 110 Just say Charge Ifi COHVlilIIHT SNOPHH| S- Monro-Magnuni00O hock Absorbers on sale. 339.88 .,= Plus handling, ,npott you can't top. Buy one, get the second half price. in cnd take advantage of light truck shock, and get the offer. Buy one Monroe second one half off. That's a 50 L'Matic Shock Absorber, percent say,rigs on the second )',of-the-line car shock.., shock. But hurry. Offer good for a Monro-Magnum 60 limited time only. Absorber, our top One Of The BOND l MAIN STREET I Auto Stores BRADFORD, VT. I I|'A'IA00 ,J 222-47!1 i Main Street Main Street HANOVER, N.H. BRADFORD, VT. Phone 643-3109 Phone 222.9012 Open daily 9 to 5 Open daily 9 to 5, Fri. 'til e p.m. March 24, 1982-The Second Opinion-Page 3A POULTRY PROGRAM CARD OF THANKS The family of Guy G. Smith wish to extend our sincere thanks to friends, relatives and neigh- : bors for your sympathy, help and support at the time of our great loss. Special thanks to the The,ford FAST Squad and Beverly Vaughan. Also to the many who sent food, cards and other acts of kindness. At a time like this it helps so much to know we have so many friends. Thanks and God Bless you all. Guy and Virginia Smith Brenda and Scotty Trombley David, Martha and Jedediah Smith EAR CHICK FEEDER (1 per customer) (with purchase of 25 or more birds) FEEDING GUIDE (with purchase of any birds) 00/mbh 00bde Shop00 Is now open Rt. 5, bower Plain, Bradford, Vt. Saturday, March 27-10 to 3 Discount All 802-222-4516 eADVANCE ORDER ONLY e50% DEPOSIT REQUIRED W/ORDE i'%  FINAL ORDER DATE - APRIL 17, 1982 I *Available Daily and For Emergencies I ..... ,e PICK-UP WEEK OF MAY 17, 1982 Gladys Rowell at, J'ohJ0bttry *Tooth Fairy, MasterCard, and All Insurances Accepted I $1,111 FEE if this ad is presented at first visit and I -'ql qr: l,om00 = pre-paid, or... $1,390 Fee if this ad is presented at first visit and I t[ DOT  INTERESTING FACT INTERESTING FACT I Payment schedule iS arranged I r. : In 1906, tim Chicago White The world's largest waiting "We Sex won the World Series with rooms are at the Peking I .ride Ourselves In Quality Care and I MY ORDER O CosT ilk 25+ .70 .70 .75 .55 11011 MOlt| 1.75 4.75 10-24 LAYING BIRDS (pullets) RHODE ISLAND REDS (Brown gg) .90 WHITE LEGHORN (White Egg) .90 BLACK SEX LINK (Rr.wn fi) .95 BROILERS (Straight Run) .75 J os e.lO I .;avy w.,.,.,. ,s,,o,,,o., ,,, GE------- Meat -,,o,. ,s,.o,.., Run, 4.95 TURKEYS BROAD BREASTED WHITE (Straight Run) BROAD BREASTED BRONZE .... type ,5 ,50 C "k==n=ls ". "-' , FRY PAN SPECIAL @ .35 vo,,,[ /UDER"TANDHATDA Y-LPOUL TR Y ARE VI'R V-RAGILI" AND HIGHt Y SUSCEPTIBLE TO PNEUMONIA AND OTHER DISEASES I, AMOUNT PAID [ THEREFORE RELEASE AGWA Y & AGWAY STORES AND DEALERS FROM ANY LIABILITY FOR IIEA LTH OF THE BIRD AFTER THEY E-R RF.EI each ,...**.o. ANYBIRD/IELDOVER 2DAYSWILL BEDIS- AVAIL,#LE (inimum order ]5) POSED'OF SIGNED__ DATE ADDRESS PHONE Rte. I0 No. Haverhill, N. H. Tel. (603) 787-6981 s "Nearing the Issue at the Cockpit," that, appears to be a on the way American life, whether at a cock fight or during an ' sOaetimes mixes different social classes. ASK FOR DETAILS I . * A famil+ album again after World War II. Artists began addressing the psychological dilemmas of modern life--the "age of anxiety." Many figures in the paintings and photographs, unlike their forerunners in the mid-19th century, "seem concerned not so much with the external but the internal world," Nygren observes. "In a world capable of destroying itself, the individual has become ineffectual, alienated, beset by threats both physical and psychological." A photograph of four Miami Beach pedestrians portrays the "powerlessness of the elderly in American society." But if the subject matter itself is grim, genre as an art form now is probably far more true to life than in earlier decades, Nygren concludes, for the "idealism that plagued so much realistic art of the 19th and 20th centuries has no place in today's arresting images." INTERESTING FACT Protect very young kittens' eyes from sunlight. After eight weeks, they can be exposed for short periods, and will usually return to their shaded beds when they have had enough. (continued from page 2A) John Sloan's portrait of i working-class girls laughing and drying their hair in the sun on a tenement roof. Henri and his circle were basically optimistic and idealistic in their art, viewing working people as the promise of the American dream. But as the later Depression years began and wore on, the misery confronting so many of the poor became a central theme of another generation of genre artists, many of whom viewed their art as instruments of protest. Philip Evergood, who during the 1930s called himself a "social painter," once recalled an incident that came to affect his artistic sen- sibilities and his work. One cold, winter evening on a walk through Manhattan's West Side, he came upon a group of black men and white men huddled about a fire. "I went over and talked to them... I had never been as close to anything like that before. Then I got a brainwave. It seemed to me that I should he involved in my work with this kind of thing. So I got.., some drawing materials and came back and sat with them and drew all night." Genre art changed once t tl tt l [ I I Truckload Appliance Every major appliance In the tore Is on sale now thru April 28l 18 cu.ft. frostless refrigerator freezer. 499" Reg 629.95 white Plustraneportatioo. hand ng Meat keet keeps meat froster onger without freezing. Tem- pered glass adjuatable shelves. twin produce cdprs, lift out egg tray. Textured steel door, Cors 10 mm'e. 69E1889 Monroe Rmlin]-Mnticand a team batting average of only .230. llllllll II ll I ORTHODONTICS ,*Children and Adults i *Steel and Clear Braces WoodllvtHe, N..H. *Full-Time, Board-Qualified, Montpelier Orthodonist I I Friendlyooouo,c,,,on Dr. Irving Anders, D.M.D., LTD. lllllll Ill II __ I I Station in Peking, China. They can accomodate 14,000 people. NOW at Both Locations... HANOVER, N.H. and BRADFORD, VT. ta ke y0urself a on usand SAVE. They're YOURS for the SHOPPING, clip the dollars and spend them Yon. March 22 thru Sat. April 3rd. Limit 1 "Dollar Value" per item, minimum volue $5. Priced $25 or more. VALUE - $5.00 spend this "Fling at Spring" $15 DOLLARS on Any Item Regularly Priced $75 or more. |- VALU spend this "Fling at Spring" $1 DOLLAR on Any Item Regularly Priced $5 or more. VALUE - ..... RESS- $1.00 ONLY ONE "Fling at Spring" Doltor moy be ued  item. This my be Word*s Location thFu SOt, il 3, 1982. spend this "Fling at Spring" $5 DOLLARS on Any Item Regularly Priced $25 or more. VALUE $6.00 --- STATE ........ ZIP ONLY ONE "Flir at Spring" Do||t moy be used per item. this moy be used at either Word's Location thru Sot, April 3, 1962 VALUE $1.00 spend this "Fling at Spring" spend this "Fling at Spring" $5 DOLLARS on Any Item Regularly $10 DOLLARS on Any Item Relularly Priced $25 or more. Priced $50 or more. VALUE= VALUE - ..... $10 O0- ZIP YATE ZIP Th,s moy be uaed :el2tVlg2 . Loco= =:Soedt ,/Fti; , .2 ONLY ONE "Flil at "@'" C;dr mY be used Pc' i"m" uled at eifl'|er Word's Location thru Sot,, April 3, 12. VALUE 110 Just say Charge Ifi COHVlilIIHT SNOPHH| S- Monro-Magnuni00O hock Absorbers on sale. 339.88 .,= Plus handling, ,npott you can't top. Buy one, get the second half price. in cnd take advantage of light truck shock, and get the offer. Buy one Monroe second one half off. That's a 50 L'Matic Shock Absorber, percent say,rigs on the second )',of-the-line car shock.., shock. But hurry. Offer good for a Monro-Magnum 60 limited time only. Absorber, our top One Of The BOND l MAIN STREET I Auto Stores BRADFORD, VT. I I|'A'IA00 ,J 222-47!1 i Main Street Main Street HANOVER, N.H. BRADFORD, VT. Phone 643-3109 Phone 222.9012 Open daily 9 to 5 Open daily 9 to 5, Fri. 'til e p.m.