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Page 4A-The Second Opinion-March 31. 1982 &needs SPRING IS. HERE And we have every, mg you'll need to get mg early. [] I 3 su, qn  rot, II m'r-j,,,,  ! 120-1b ............ S2.99 | OR(>. -Perlite Vlg(xro ruES Wlth II I-I II ,Rapld-Gro Adjuslable II I :r,l II :r.*',,.' The temperature may be below freezing -- but spring is here now at Y:ly yLU;-up E2 L le98a: e;12 si:/s:;;rY ia;:g :o 'w g;/:;ougr g:i:d:': = 2=IY grow ..men*. Our,r.,n00.a. E.T. & H.K. IDE,,o St. Johnsbury Woodsville Falriee 748- 3127 747- 3361 333-4307 SPRING OXBOW HIGH SCHOOL I EASTER presents / OUTFITS BOOK BARGAI WtlgOn] A I Irur 'E(k spring aoth/,,g I Alri, 2 & 3 - 8 I::).rn. | I mardrobe . I OXBOW AUDITORIUM I R  We have a good I A000,ts s2.50 / !1 i  selection for men, . ;i ,, " women d 1! children II il u yo= ch00.,.oo.t o,o I Ad sponsored by l Woodsvll/e, N.H. St. JotmgbuLry. Vt. I Swenson Insurance Agency 1  --s;: it to rain inside the st adium, seasn temperature changes'" i "k Vermont maple country'soldest landmarks: the early! :k Etg colorin tradition traces back (continued from page IA) practiced, is hiding eggs for natural *materials such as became associated with the children to find on Easter onion skins or flwes btit a Interior Design and [)ecora:i% nteriors, Inc. Studio and Workrooms GILBERTE BOGHOSIAN AIII Associate morning. Both parents and children color them during Easter week, leaving the eggs for the Easter Bunny to hide on Easter Eve. If an egg is particularly beautiful, it may be kept to treasure as a work of art or given as a gift to a special friend. The various methods of decorating eggs have also become tradition. Today, a few people still color their eggs by boiling them in more universal method of applying color is to use commercial dyes made especially for that purpose. With paint-on egg dyes, colors can easily be applied with cotton swabs or brushes to create virtually any original design. Stripes, floral and geometric designs, and dot patterns are most common. A slightly more difficult method involves coloring the egg and scratching off portions of the color to expose the shell, celebration of Easter. According to legend, the pagan goddess of Spring, Eostre, turned a bird into a rabbit. This may explain why, in some areas, the Easter Bunny delivers baskets full of colored eggs to children on Easter morning. Some of the early German and Pennsylvania Dutch traditions and customs are still in existence today. The most common tradition, still creating a "reverse" color ,.j.d/y " . effect. Probably the most sophisticated method is 1' '"N f I' i 'L "pysanky,"a "resist-dyeing" egg craft which produces .... ag4" I 'L' ,, ., intricate designs by using ,, [ Ulysses S. Grant, an beginning of the Civil War, / i" '''" , unknown ex-soldier at the , became the first of the -'.   ii.i i '[] nation's generals to wear four POULTRY PROGRAM /{ , -., ""2 - FINAL ORDER DATE-APRIL 17, 1H2  /':aV :i",.. x' ,,O PiCK-UP WEEK OF MAY 17, 1982 "E',,:,i,( IP' \\;x ( ' " ' "   CHICK FEEDER(I per customer)   f 9 r ds \\; !' . '" l i (with purchase of-5 or mo e bir ) ,, f FEEDING GUIDE (with purchase of any birds) /"-"-"- 10-24 25+ DaD R O COST /-'F:YINg Yi RHODE ISLAND REDS --t'-Br -1- .90-q-.TO [ .____L___ bs__.Z.Y;--;TY l;T:U_ZT.Z--?5)--_- ' ZTS-_Z ..... ' WHITE PEKINS StraqhtR__!m) 1,75 Meat I----E .............. - ............. o--s ...................... __ . -- type /'  ,o-i---- t l VVVo',o' v L... FRY BAN S"ECIA L 0.35 ....... . I .... [ 1,   I UNDERSI'A ND TttA T DA Y.OL D POUL TR Y A RE VLR Y FRA GIL E A ND 0 IX H/GllL Y SUS(TPTIBL 1"(I PN.UMONIA AND OTttER DISEASES I, AMOUNT PAID [ | .ER'.,R,= ..,'A .,,;wA Y. A,;w. =O.ES AD DEA.., ---. /E,,, E'O ANY L/IL/rY OR nEAt.Tn Or THE BIRD A FTE THEY LAWN RAKE each mum order 1.5) Spring-steel tines and coil-spring tension pro- vide maximum flexibility for fast cleanups with N.H. very little effort. CDR24 i llil I lili Brmdford, Verunomt (802)222-5527 LEAVE TtlESTORE ANY BIRDIIELD OVER 2 DAYS WILL BE DIS- AVAILABLE 3SED'OF ASK FOR DETAILSI GNED ............................................... DATE ............................... _. ADDRESS .............................................. PHONE ................................... THE COUPON CLIPPER means king-size savings for you ONI,Y IN Till" Journal  Oplnlor, Rte. 10 No. Haverhill, Z TeL (603) 787-6981 G ican barn, which has acquired new and valuable practical information Bookstore Vermont maple syrup is made into pur maple: container, but syrup is also packed in glass Containers are in all sizes from a few ounces to Vermont has a strictly enforced maple trolling standards of density, flavor, and law requires syrup to be free from grade name must be plainb Recent years have seen the development of evaporation plants which purchase sap from These central plants make the sap into ..... anticipated that further development of the direction will take place. SELL in the Second i P.O. B0X 378 BRADFORD, VERMONT REGULAR CLASSIFIED RATES $3.00 for 20 words per week. v- I0' for each additional word over 20 ,,- $1.00 for each additional week ad is to run (up to 8 weeks) ,,- $1.00 billing charge will be added to each classified that we bill out. (]orirf144 dL. IO 7a ;, - -- 2---0- -- )) " - 28 ,(, ,' J2, J 34 V, 36 ' 3H +, .K) START MY CLASSIFIED AD ON RUN MY CLASSIFIED AD TINI[ S MY CHfCg IN TH[ AkOUNT Of $ . ENCLOSD N AM_E ............... A D_DR_[SS ...... TOWN STATE TEL. OVER ,eee Page 4A-The Second Opinion-March 31. 1982 &needs SPRING IS. HERE And we have every, mg you'll need to get mg early. [] I 3 su, qn  rot, II m'r-j,,,,  ! 120-1b ............ S2.99 | OR(>. -Perlite Vlg(xro ruES Wlth II I-I II ,Rapld-Gro Adjuslable II I :r,l II :r.*',,.' The temperature may be below freezing -- but spring is here now at Y:ly yLU;-up E2 L le98a: e;12 si:/s:;;rY ia;:g :o 'w g;/:;ougr g:i:d:': = 2=IY grow ..men*. Our,r.,n00.a. E.T. & H.K. IDE,,o St. Johnsbury Woodsville Falriee 748- 3127 747- 3361 333-4307 SPRING OXBOW HIGH SCHOOL I EASTER presents / OUTFITS BOOK BARGAI WtlgOn] A I Irur 'E(k spring aoth/,,g I Alri, 2 & 3 - 8 I::).rn. | I mardrobe . I OXBOW AUDITORIUM I R  We have a good I A000,ts s2.50 / !1 i  selection for men, . ;i ,, " women d 1! children II il u yo= ch00.,.oo.t o,o I Ad sponsored by l Woodsvll/e, N.H. St. JotmgbuLry. Vt. I Swenson Insurance Agency 1  --s;: it to rain inside the st adium, seasn temperature changes'" i "k Vermont maple country'soldest landmarks: the early! :k Etg colorin tradition traces back (continued from page IA) practiced, is hiding eggs for natural *materials such as became associated with the children to find on Easter onion skins or flwes btit a Interior Design and [)ecora:i% nteriors, Inc. Studio and Workrooms GILBERTE BOGHOSIAN AIII Associate morning. Both parents and children color them during Easter week, leaving the eggs for the Easter Bunny to hide on Easter Eve. If an egg is particularly beautiful, it may be kept to treasure as a work of art or given as a gift to a special friend. The various methods of decorating eggs have also become tradition. Today, a few people still color their eggs by boiling them in more universal method of applying color is to use commercial dyes made especially for that purpose. With paint-on egg dyes, colors can easily be applied with cotton swabs or brushes to create virtually any original design. Stripes, floral and geometric designs, and dot patterns are most common. A slightly more difficult method involves coloring the egg and scratching off portions of the color to expose the shell, celebration of Easter. According to legend, the pagan goddess of Spring, Eostre, turned a bird into a rabbit. This may explain why, in some areas, the Easter Bunny delivers baskets full of colored eggs to children on Easter morning. Some of the early German and Pennsylvania Dutch traditions and customs are still in existence today. The most common tradition, still creating a "reverse" color ,.j.d/y " . effect. Probably the most sophisticated method is 1' '"N f I' i 'L "pysanky,"a "resist-dyeing" egg craft which produces .... ag4" I 'L' ,, ., intricate designs by using ,, [ Ulysses S. Grant, an beginning of the Civil War, / i" '''" , unknown ex-soldier at the , became the first of the -'.   ii.i i '[] nation's generals to wear four POULTRY PROGRAM /{ , -., ""2 - FINAL ORDER DATE-APRIL 17, 1H2  /':aV :i",.. x' ,,O PiCK-UP WEEK OF MAY 17, 1982 "E',,:,i,( IP' \\;x ( ' " ' "   CHICK FEEDER(I per customer)   f 9 r ds \\; !' . '" l i (with purchase of-5 or mo e bir ) ,, f FEEDING GUIDE (with purchase of any birds) /"-"-"- 10-24 25+ DaD R O COST /-'F:YINg Yi RHODE ISLAND REDS --t'-Br -1- .90-q-.TO [ .____L___ bs__.Z.Y;--;TY l;T:U_ZT.Z--?5)--_- ' ZTS-_Z ..... ' WHITE PEKINS StraqhtR__!m) 1,75 Meat I----E .............. - ............. o--s ...................... __ . -- type /'  ,o-i---- t l VVVo',o' v L... FRY BAN S"ECIA L 0.35 ....... . I .... [ 1,   I UNDERSI'A ND TttA T DA Y.OL D POUL TR Y A RE VLR Y FRA GIL E A ND 0 IX H/GllL Y SUS(TPTIBL 1"(I PN.UMONIA AND OTttER DISEASES I, AMOUNT PAID [ | .ER'.,R,= ..,'A .,,;wA Y. A,;w. =O.ES AD DEA.., ---. /E,,, E'O ANY L/IL/rY OR nEAt.Tn Or THE BIRD A FTE THEY LAWN RAKE each mum order 1.5) Spring-steel tines and coil-spring tension pro- vide maximum flexibility for fast cleanups with N.H. very little effort. CDR24 i llil I lili Brmdford, Verunomt (802)222-5527 LEAVE TtlESTORE ANY BIRDIIELD OVER 2 DAYS WILL BE DIS- AVAILABLE 3SED'OF ASK FOR DETAILSI GNED ............................................... DATE ............................... _. ADDRESS .............................................. PHONE ................................... THE COUPON CLIPPER means king-size savings for you ONI,Y IN Till" Journal  Oplnlor, Rte. 10 No. Haverhill, Z TeL (603) 787-6981 G ican barn, which has acquired new and valuable practical information Bookstore Vermont maple syrup is made into pur maple: container, but syrup is also packed in glass Containers are in all sizes from a few ounces to Vermont has a strictly enforced maple trolling standards of density, flavor, and law requires syrup to be free from grade name must be plainb Recent years have seen the development of evaporation plants which purchase sap from These central plants make the sap into ..... anticipated that further development of the direction will take place. SELL in the Second i P.O. B0X 378 BRADFORD, VERMONT REGULAR CLASSIFIED RATES $3.00 for 20 words per week. v- I0' for each additional word over 20 ,,- $1.00 for each additional week ad is to run (up to 8 weeks) ,,- $1.00 billing charge will be added to each classified that we bill out. (]orirf144 dL. IO 7a ;, - -- 2---0- -- )) " - 28 ,(, ,' J2, J 34 V, 36 ' 3H +, .K) START MY CLASSIFIED AD ON RUN MY CLASSIFIED AD TINI[ S MY CHfCg IN TH[ AkOUNT Of $ . ENCLOSD N AM_E ............... A D_DR_[SS ...... TOWN STATE TEL. OVER ,eee