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March 31, 1982-The Second Opinion-Page 3A W Lovin' I90 ? ® Clara & Gene Puffer Everyday On Wells River • Woodsville (802) 757-2773 or (802) 757-2774 Gerry Brooks k Davis III CLUB 1 1 1 Central St. Woodsville, N.H. 13LUEJEANS NO BLUE DENIMS NO HATS ,'prJl Is Here! It's Spring Time! o Get Out Of The House And Take Your Spouse Dancing At The Famous 111 Club. Saturday, April 3 YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY! luarantee Of Specific Seating Areas. 747-2505 or 747-2840. I hb's 00eramie $tedio " ]8 Route 5, Fairlee, Vt. Above the Newly Purchased Fairlee Marina, Inc. The Studio will be open Tuesday - Saturday from 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. Closed Mondays OFFERS GREENWARE, SUPPLIES, FIRING, INSTRUCTIONS AND WILL TAKE SPECIAL ORDERS. GARE AND DUNCAN DEALER Call Debbie if interested in morning, afternoon, or evening classes. You are welcome to stop in and browse around. STUDIO PHONE -- 333-9279 HOME PHONE -- 333-9685 Get a fuel efficient New Yorker. Visit The Energy Center today! cA, heating system designed for optimum effi- hency, the New Yorker boiler delivers more eat from less fuel -- saving you big money on energy! ew Whether you're replacing or installing a n ystem, find out what an efficient New Yorker Can do for your home -- and your pocketbook. Ask The Energy Center about New Yorker today. Bring YOur energy problems to the pros. DFORD OI COMPANY Junction 5 & 25 Bradford, Vt. Ca1!802-222-5251 Or 603-787.6391 Smithsonian modelmaker Tree O'Donnell puts the finishing touches on the gargoyle-like head of Quetzalcoatlus northropi. III A dental office just tc "kids. Peter M. Oltman, Pedodontisr 145 Railroad Street • St. Johnsbury, Vermont 05819 • 1 (802) 748-8701 I II IIII I I . It's OUETZALCO00 tTLUS! tcontinued from page IA) The pterosaur's head and tifically plausible, but I was structed each of the two wings slender beak were modeled by allowed two cramatic by gluing balsa wood over a long, steel wire armature, carving the wood to conform to the configuration of bone and flesh and then covering the wood with a thin coat of fiberglass. The membranes were formed with modeling clay and reinforced with strips of wood to get aerodynamically correct contours. Then, the clay model was cast in fiberglass. Jim Reuter, who had only a partial skull and jaw to work with. The fossils gave him some idea of the size but not the complete shape. Working with information supplied by Harrison and Dr. Nicholas Hotton, the Smithsonain's fossil reptile curator, Reuter filled in the missing parts. 'I couldn't let my imagination run wild," Reuter says. "It had to be scien- touches--the malevolent eyes and a long, curved, ravenous tongue. Even though I enjoyed making the creature look somewhat evil, I don't dislike the animal. It was a fragile creature and I think of it as being more like a 404oot butterfly than a fierce predator." The assignment of painting and "furring" Quetzalcoatlus (please turn to page 5A) NOW at Both Locations... HANOVER, N.H. and BRADFORD, VT. Get upto a $50 cash anything that cuts wood. 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-it1 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. Vern's Small Engines NO. HAVERHILL, N.H. (603)787-6770 M0n-Fri 8-5 p.m. Sat. 8-12 p.m. INTERESTING FACT The two Soviet spacecraft that visited Venus in late 1978 reported temperatures as high as 860 degrees F. and as many as 25 lightning impulses per second. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN THE SECOND OPINION ke y0urself a on us and SAVE,, They're YOURS for the SHOPPING, clip the dollars and spend them Mon. March 22 thru Sat. April 3rd. Limit I "'Dollor Volue" per item, minimum volue $5. VALUE $15.00 spend this "Fling at Spring" $5 DOLLARS on Any Item Regularly Priced $25 or more. VALUE - S6.O0 .,._ ONLY ONE "Fhng at Spring" Oolr may be used per item. this may be used at either Word's, Location thtu Sat,, April 3, IZ REASON #8: H&R Block uncomplicates the new 1040A Short Form. The so-called Short Form is now two pages. It calls for up to 63 entries You may even find yourself referring to the instruc- tions 16 times H&R Block tax preparers are trained to ask the right ques- lions, make the right entries, use the right forms. All you have to do is sign your name iR BLOCK  l THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE Main St. , N. Haverhill ', 787-6940 MasterCard and Visa accepted at most area locations Appainl mcnts Available 17 reasons. One smart decision VALUE -' $1.00 spend this "Fling at Spring" $5 DOLLARS on Any Item Regularly Priced $25 or more. VALUE - $6.00 ....... STAT __ ZlP. • ONLY ONE "Fling at Swing" Dollar may be used per item. This may be used at either Word's Location thru SoL, April 3, 1982. spend this "Fling at Spring" $5 DOLLARS on Any Item Regularly Priced $25 or more. VALUE- ......... S6.O0 STATE ZIP OLY ONE "Fling at Spring" Oollar may be used per item, this may be ul}d ol either Ward'1; Localion thru Sat., Apcil 3, 1902. spend this "Fling at Spring" $10 DOLLARS on Any Item Regularly Priced $50 or more. VALUE - $10.00 .... STATE - ZiP ONLY ONE "Fling at Spring" Dolk:lr rnoy be u prH" item, ' be used m either Wcrd's Location thru Sat., April 3, II. Just say Charge It! €ONVINIINT Main Street HANOVER, N.H. Phone 643-3109 Open daily 9 to 5 Main Street BRADFORD, VT. Phone 222-9012 Open daiJy 9 to 5, Fri. 'til 8 p.m. March 31, 1982-The Second Opinion-Page 3A W Lovin' I90 ? ® Clara & Gene Puffer Everyday On Wells River • Woodsville (802) 757-2773 or (802) 757-2774 Gerry Brooks k Davis III CLUB 1 1 1 Central St. Woodsville, N.H. 13LUEJEANS NO BLUE DENIMS NO HATS ,'prJl Is Here! It's Spring Time! o Get Out Of The House And Take Your Spouse Dancing At The Famous 111 Club. Saturday, April 3 YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY! luarantee Of Specific Seating Areas. 747-2505 or 747-2840. I hb's 00eramie $tedio " ]8 Route 5, Fairlee, Vt. Above the Newly Purchased Fairlee Marina, Inc. The Studio will be open Tuesday - Saturday from 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. Closed Mondays OFFERS GREENWARE, SUPPLIES, FIRING, INSTRUCTIONS AND WILL TAKE SPECIAL ORDERS. GARE AND DUNCAN DEALER Call Debbie if interested in morning, afternoon, or evening classes. You are welcome to stop in and browse around. STUDIO PHONE -- 333-9279 HOME PHONE -- 333-9685 Get a fuel efficient New Yorker. Visit The Energy Center today! cA, heating system designed for optimum effi- hency, the New Yorker boiler delivers more eat from less fuel -- saving you big money on energy! ew Whether you're replacing or installing a n ystem, find out what an efficient New Yorker Can do for your home -- and your pocketbook. Ask The Energy Center about New Yorker today. Bring YOur energy problems to the pros. DFORD OI COMPANY Junction 5 & 25 Bradford, Vt. Ca1!802-222-5251 Or 603-787.6391 Smithsonian modelmaker Tree O'Donnell puts the finishing touches on the gargoyle-like head of Quetzalcoatlus northropi. III A dental office just tc "kids. Peter M. Oltman, Pedodontisr 145 Railroad Street • St. Johnsbury, Vermont 05819 • 1 (802) 748-8701 I II IIII I I . It's OUETZALCO00 tTLUS! tcontinued from page IA) The pterosaur's head and tifically plausible, but I was structed each of the two wings slender beak were modeled by allowed two cramatic by gluing balsa wood over a long, steel wire armature, carving the wood to conform to the configuration of bone and flesh and then covering the wood with a thin coat of fiberglass. The membranes were formed with modeling clay and reinforced with strips of wood to get aerodynamically correct contours. Then, the clay model was cast in fiberglass. Jim Reuter, who had only a partial skull and jaw to work with. The fossils gave him some idea of the size but not the complete shape. Working with information supplied by Harrison and Dr. Nicholas Hotton, the Smithsonain's fossil reptile curator, Reuter filled in the missing parts. 'I couldn't let my imagination run wild," Reuter says. "It had to be scien- touches--the malevolent eyes and a long, curved, ravenous tongue. Even though I enjoyed making the creature look somewhat evil, I don't dislike the animal. It was a fragile creature and I think of it as being more like a 404oot butterfly than a fierce predator." The assignment of painting and "furring" Quetzalcoatlus (please turn to page 5A) NOW at Both Locations... HANOVER, N.H. and BRADFORD, VT. Get upto a $50 cash anything that cuts wood. 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-it1 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. Vern's Small Engines NO. HAVERHILL, N.H. (603)787-6770 M0n-Fri 8-5 p.m. Sat. 8-12 p.m. INTERESTING FACT The two Soviet spacecraft that visited Venus in late 1978 reported temperatures as high as 860 degrees F. and as many as 25 lightning impulses per second. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN THE SECOND OPINION ke y0urself a on us and SAVE,, They're YOURS for the SHOPPING, clip the dollars and spend them Mon. March 22 thru Sat. April 3rd. Limit I "'Dollor Volue" per item, minimum volue $5. VALUE $15.00 spend this "Fling at Spring" $5 DOLLARS on Any Item Regularly Priced $25 or more. VALUE - S6.O0 .,._ ONLY ONE "Fhng at Spring" Oolr may be used per item. this may be used at either Word's, Location thtu Sat,, April 3, IZ REASON #8: H&R Block uncomplicates the new 1040A Short Form. The so-called Short Form is now two pages. It calls for up to 63 entries You may even find yourself referring to the instruc- tions 16 times H&R Block tax preparers are trained to ask the right ques- lions, make the right entries, use the right forms. All you have to do is sign your name iR BLOCK  l THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE Main St. , N. Haverhill ', 787-6940 MasterCard and Visa accepted at most area locations Appainl mcnts Available 17 reasons. One smart decision VALUE -' $1.00 spend this "Fling at Spring" $5 DOLLARS on Any Item Regularly Priced $25 or more. VALUE - $6.00 ....... STAT __ ZlP. • ONLY ONE "Fling at Swing" Dollar may be used per item. This may be used at either Word's Location thru SoL, April 3, 1982. spend this "Fling at Spring" $5 DOLLARS on Any Item Regularly Priced $25 or more. VALUE- ......... S6.O0 STATE ZIP OLY ONE "Fling at Spring" Oollar may be used per item, this may be ul}d ol either Ward'1; Localion thru Sat., Apcil 3, 1902. spend this "Fling at Spring" $10 DOLLARS on Any Item Regularly Priced $50 or more. VALUE - $10.00 .... STATE - ZiP ONLY ONE "Fling at Spring" Dolk:lr rnoy be u prH" item, ' be used m either Wcrd's Location thru Sat., April 3, II. Just say Charge It! €ONVINIINT Main Street HANOVER, N.H. Phone 643-3109 Open daily 9 to 5 Main Street BRADFORD, VT. Phone 222-9012 Open daiJy 9 to 5, Fri. 'til 8 p.m.