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Page 2A-The Second Opinion-May 20, 1981 CARD OF THANKS Words cannot express our appreciation and gratitude for all the cards, flowers, food, money, friendship and prayers during the hospitalization and loss of our beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother Adelia M. Gendron. A special thank-you to Rev. Boudreau for his visits and prayers, also a special thank-you to the Doctors and nurses on staff in the cardiology unit at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. Special thanks also to Micky Polli and the Hale Funeral Home for doing such a marvelous job. God Bless each and everyone of you. Bill, Eleanor Gendron & Family Tiny, Gerry Gendron & Family Pete. Shirley Gendron & Family Leon. Gale Gendron & Family Bud, Connie Gendron & Family Gene, Bernice Piper & Family And Jamle Lynne Emerson GREEN FROG LOWER PLAIN BRADFORD, VT. --5:30 10:00-2:00 Mon.-Sat. Sunday Tomato Plants ........................ $1.35-box Hybrids ........................... $1.50-box Singles ............................. $.75-pot Cabbage, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Peppers... $1.35 Petunias, Asters, Phlox, Marigolds, Argeratum ............................ $1.35-box Single pots of herbs, egg plants, coleus, lobelia German Ivy ....................... $1.40-pet Pansies ..................... * .......... $1.49-box Geraniums ................................ $1.75 Ground Cover ............................. $1.65 Raspberries Blackberries Seed Potatoes ....................... $1.39-5 Ibs. Green Mtn. Hexter saps: "'Don't forget fertilizer lime, plant food, insecticides, hoses, " grass ,-. gy_ o/A \\; _ seeds ,.,_.' plantseeds onion sets, etc. .... '" A one-stop garden at, ..... CHIP& GERIE i 1 CHIPMAN V/SA" Great home-improving ideas in 32-pages of full-color features highlight the premier issue of "Great Possibilities," a new quarterly magazine from Georgia-Pacific Corp. T.he nationally-advertised publication will be available exclusively at G-P Registered Dealers. * Deck out your home (continued from page IA) Upcoming issues of "Great ideas for a. deck-raising party Possibilities" magazine will building basics gives corn-focus on fences, children's prehensive instructions to play areas and furniture, and help you through planning and interior remodeling projects design, foundation and including paneling, storage structural work, stair and rail and more. construction. Look for "Great Project plans for planters, a Possibilities" magazine at 4-page section on adding a your G-P Registered Dealer. solar greenhouse, and a For more information, contact regular column on home Georgia-Pacific Corp., 900 workshop tools and materials S.W. Fifth Ave., Portland, make this an issue you will Ore. 97204. save for future reference. Square dancing, U.S.A. (continued from page IA) floor, going down the dance probably most directly from hall in twos and coming back England. ' in fours, then eights. It evolved in a number of Thousands of Americans, and similar forms in different many others throughout the regions of the nation such as world, enjoy these old, historic the Mountain Dances of the dancing forms. Appalachian area based on a So, "Swing your partner" large ring of dancers, and get ready to "Allemande Quadrilles that center on left", and "Grand right and squares of four couples, the left, '"Face your partner, do Lanc'ers which is a military sado '' dance with a variation of Quadrilles, Contras that start from two lines of facing t  * dancers, Kitchen Junkets   1oln which began with early New " " ---- - England gatherings of family (continued from page IA and neighbors, and man3 , But nowadays, it takes mbre others, than strong vocal cords and an Many of the dances start entertaining chant to make a with a Grand March, com- successful auctioneer. He posed of combinations of needs to know about fees and couples moving around the commissions, state license ON DISPLAY STARTING MAY 21st THE COMPLETE NEW CAR -- Complete with 43 standard features. -- Complete in efficiency (impressive -- Complete in technology (virtually 26 EPA estimated MPG and a highway designed by the wind), estimate of 42. Complete in eomfort.  Complete in choice (elegant sedan, -- Complete in quality, classy coupe, slick hatchback coupe and spacious wagon). laws, advertising, sales contracts, catalogs or cir- cnlars, signs, setting up for a sale. and, most important, the value of items he sells. In addition, many auc- tioueers are specialists in one or more fields--the sale of property, fine arts or livestock. The field of tobacco ,auctioneering, however, is unique in that its practitioners only sell tobacco. They must have a full knowledge of the product and, because they work exlusively with professional buyers, must be on the alert. "It's a very demanding job, both physically and men- tally," Buford Evans says. "These auctioneers walk up and down the aisles con- tinuously, calling prices and recognizing bids as they go along, sometimes more than $2,000 worth of tobacco in 60 seconds. It's non-stop ac- tivity." Whatever the specialty, every auctioneer knows how to take bids. At today's country auctions and estate sales, people usually com- municate their bid to the auctioneer by voice or by raising numbered cards. The auctioneer recognizes the highest bidder and closes the sale either by announcing the buyer's name or number or by describing the buyer--' 'sold to the lady in the hat." Taking non-verbal signal bids, the old wink-of-an-eye, tug-on-the-ear routine, is another matter. Many auc- tioneers, especially in the fine arts field, where buyers wish to remain anonymous, can recall a mix-up of complex bidding signals. One of the most famous PLAYGRCXJPID Li 1 4pc 2 2pet. 3 2pcz. 4 lpc. 5 12 pcs. 6 3pc 7 lpc. 8 5pc 9 21x 10 2pc II 8pc 12 21x 13 2pc 4 3 x 3 x 120 lumber 1 x 5 x 72 lumber 1 x 5 x 62 lumber 1 x 5 x 62 lumber 1 x 5 x 65 lumber 1  3 x 72 lumber 3 x 3 x 94 lumber rungs = 31" long (dowel) 3 x 3 x 96 lumber 1 x 3 x 120 stmight-gmln fir Check and cut to e.ct length On assembly. mn = 18" long (dowel) 1 x 7 x 69 lumber (treated) l  x 7 x 65 lumber (treated) " x 6" carriage bolts w/wwhers and nuts Your own playground BITS OF NOTES INFORMATION Wealth, in By 1985, all cars may be wrong but required by law to achieve an ferences of average of 27.5 mile. per far amen can gallon. Ariens is picking up the tab for picking up the grass with GRASSB00GGER Now, you can enjoy the performance and quality of an Ariens Riding Mower and have the added time-saving convenience of the sturdy bagger Free. The grassbagger is: * easily attached durably constructed leaves etc. For a limited time, at participating Ariens grassbagger is yours FREE with chase of an Ariens Riding Mower. Ask your Arians Dealer about his ment Plan" (continued from page !A) posture while you drill for the treated to protect against The top end of the ladder is carriage bolts. You can decay andinst _damage. Tle secured with /" x 6" carriage provide more interest if you boards that form the sand box bolts. This permits it to swivel drill additional holes for the should also be pressure- so it can be raised and be carriage bolts so the ladder treated lumber. Deck boards, supported by the two outboard can be secured at various joists, top rails can be pine, posts (No. 9) for use as a angles. For example, you can redwood, fir-- there.are many horizontal swing ladder. To secure it at 15 degrees and at options. It is important that all establish this secondary 45degrees. materials be $4S -- sanded position, have someone hold MATERIALS four sides -- no splinters the ladder in a horizontal Posts should be pressure- allowed! roll zzz Cx.uBI ,- ', ' _Comm, St. ,. /hD, IfJ Styling I ]xo- wo,,i.....H. ]F .__ . __. ___......___, __ l M. m,=/ " For The DANCING STARTS AT 8:30- Come Early - __ Stay Late- Have A Great Time! '1 V Entire Faro "" ,/ Iv We are a FULL SERVICE SALON offering a complete /q line of beauty care: A French Braiding & Hair Weaving A Barber Cuts Perming Unwanted Hair Removal " Coloring Facial, Skin Care, Makeup L Styling For Men & Women HOURS: Tues. 9-5, Wed. 9-7, Thurs. 9-7, Fri. 9-7, Sat' 9- i'W F NP -- --- --- coupon" L,#'i &.,I 1 [ ForYour Appt. Carl US At ' $2.00 0 ;:; 802 - 222 - 9050 I EAR PIERCI . "IF-------'] j with an0thersal0" A,  Saturday, May 23 , ,, , ':North Country ::?, . With Doug Blake" For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P.M. Tel. (603) 747 - 2840 Or 747 - 2505 III I Buy 4 gallons of any one Olympic Product, get ! more free. he is also bidding. When he c=,y r, s3,oo o.  s4 o ks . e OPEN TO TALK TO YOU ESPECIALLY ABOUT THE CAVILLER stands up, he has stopped Thursday 'til 6:00 PM -- Friday 'til 8:00 PM -- Saturday 'til 1:00 PM bidding. If he sits down again, / incidents occurred in London in the mid-1960s when a well- N111-TrnBiwent Stain Olympic Ovm'ooat  8orem,. known collector bid on a Penetrates to give new The tough, acrylic latex Get extra protection painting in accordance with wood beauty that's more house paint that really where you need it most with his pre-auction agreement. The agreement was given to than skin deep. beats the weather. Olympic Weather Screen. the auctioneer like this: "... when Mr. X is sitting down, he $ ds My 31 is bidding. If he bids openly, he is not bidding unless he LL ff.O. Taylor Chevrolet raises his finger. Having raised his finger, he is bid- ding, until he stands up :Railroad St. (802) 757-2311 Wells River Vt. again.' Understandably, the II auctioneer lost track of those signals somewherealongthe MAIN STREET BRADFOR line, and the painting went to the second-highest bidder. T so,. SAt Oil Penetrates to Latex lets you stain And both last Page 2A-The Second Opinion-May 20, 1981 CARD OF THANKS Words cannot express our appreciation and gratitude for all the cards, flowers, food, money, friendship and prayers during the hospitalization and loss of our beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother Adelia M. Gendron. A special thank-you to Rev. Boudreau for his visits and prayers, also a special thank-you to the Doctors and nurses on staff in the cardiology unit at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. Special thanks also to Micky Polli and the Hale Funeral Home for doing such a marvelous job. God Bless each and everyone of you. Bill, Eleanor Gendron & Family Tiny, Gerry Gendron & Family Pete. Shirley Gendron & Family Leon. Gale Gendron & Family Bud, Connie Gendron & Family Gene, Bernice Piper & Family And Jamle Lynne Emerson GREEN FROG LOWER PLAIN BRADFORD, VT. --5:30 10:00-2:00 Mon.-Sat. Sunday Tomato Plants ........................ $1.35-box Hybrids ........................... $1.50-box Singles ............................. $.75-pot Cabbage, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Peppers... $1.35 Petunias, Asters, Phlox, Marigolds, Argeratum ............................ $1.35-box Single pots of herbs, egg plants, coleus, lobelia German Ivy ....................... $1.40-pet Pansies ..................... * .......... $1.49-box Geraniums ................................ $1.75 Ground Cover ............................. $1.65 Raspberries Blackberries Seed Potatoes ....................... $1.39-5 Ibs. Green Mtn. Hexter saps: "'Don't forget fertilizer lime, plant food, insecticides, hoses, " grass ,-. gy_ o/A \\; _ seeds ,.,_.' plantseeds onion sets, etc. .... '" A one-stop garden at, ..... CHIP& GERIE i 1 CHIPMAN V/SA" Great home-improving ideas in 32-pages of full-color features highlight the premier issue of "Great Possibilities," a new quarterly magazine from Georgia-Pacific Corp. T.he nationally-advertised publication will be available exclusively at G-P Registered Dealers. * Deck out your home (continued from page IA) Upcoming issues of "Great ideas for a. deck-raising party Possibilities" magazine will building basics gives corn-focus on fences, children's prehensive instructions to play areas and furniture, and help you through planning and interior remodeling projects design, foundation and including paneling, storage structural work, stair and rail and more. construction. Look for "Great Project plans for planters, a Possibilities" magazine at 4-page section on adding a your G-P Registered Dealer. solar greenhouse, and a For more information, contact regular column on home Georgia-Pacific Corp., 900 workshop tools and materials S.W. Fifth Ave., Portland, make this an issue you will Ore. 97204. save for future reference. Square dancing, U.S.A. (continued from page IA) floor, going down the dance probably most directly from hall in twos and coming back England. ' in fours, then eights. It evolved in a number of Thousands of Americans, and similar forms in different many others throughout the regions of the nation such as world, enjoy these old, historic the Mountain Dances of the dancing forms. Appalachian area based on a So, "Swing your partner" large ring of dancers, and get ready to "Allemande Quadrilles that center on left", and "Grand right and squares of four couples, the left, '"Face your partner, do Lanc'ers which is a military sado '' dance with a variation of Quadrilles, Contras that start from two lines of facing t  * dancers, Kitchen Junkets   1oln which began with early New " " ---- - England gatherings of family (continued from page IA and neighbors, and man3 , But nowadays, it takes mbre others, than strong vocal cords and an Many of the dances start entertaining chant to make a with a Grand March, com- successful auctioneer. He posed of combinations of needs to know about fees and couples moving around the commissions, state license ON DISPLAY STARTING MAY 21st THE COMPLETE NEW CAR -- Complete with 43 standard features. -- Complete in efficiency (impressive -- Complete in technology (virtually 26 EPA estimated MPG and a highway designed by the wind), estimate of 42. Complete in eomfort.  Complete in choice (elegant sedan, -- Complete in quality, classy coupe, slick hatchback coupe and spacious wagon). laws, advertising, sales contracts, catalogs or cir- cnlars, signs, setting up for a sale. and, most important, the value of items he sells. In addition, many auc- tioueers are specialists in one or more fields--the sale of property, fine arts or livestock. The field of tobacco ,auctioneering, however, is unique in that its practitioners only sell tobacco. They must have a full knowledge of the product and, because they work exlusively with professional buyers, must be on the alert. "It's a very demanding job, both physically and men- tally," Buford Evans says. "These auctioneers walk up and down the aisles con- tinuously, calling prices and recognizing bids as they go along, sometimes more than $2,000 worth of tobacco in 60 seconds. It's non-stop ac- tivity." Whatever the specialty, every auctioneer knows how to take bids. At today's country auctions and estate sales, people usually com- municate their bid to the auctioneer by voice or by raising numbered cards. The auctioneer recognizes the highest bidder and closes the sale either by announcing the buyer's name or number or by describing the buyer--' 'sold to the lady in the hat." Taking non-verbal signal bids, the old wink-of-an-eye, tug-on-the-ear routine, is another matter. Many auc- tioneers, especially in the fine arts field, where buyers wish to remain anonymous, can recall a mix-up of complex bidding signals. One of the most famous PLAYGRCXJPID Li 1 4pc 2 2pet. 3 2pcz. 4 lpc. 5 12 pcs. 6 3pc 7 lpc. 8 5pc 9 21x 10 2pc II 8pc 12 21x 13 2pc 4 3 x 3 x 120 lumber 1 x 5 x 72 lumber 1 x 5 x 62 lumber 1 x 5 x 62 lumber 1 x 5 x 65 lumber 1  3 x 72 lumber 3 x 3 x 94 lumber rungs = 31" long (dowel) 3 x 3 x 96 lumber 1 x 3 x 120 stmight-gmln fir Check and cut to e.ct length On assembly. mn = 18" long (dowel) 1 x 7 x 69 lumber (treated) l  x 7 x 65 lumber (treated) " x 6" carriage bolts w/wwhers and nuts Your own playground BITS OF NOTES INFORMATION Wealth, in By 1985, all cars may be wrong but required by law to achieve an ferences of average of 27.5 mile. per far amen can gallon. Ariens is picking up the tab for picking up the grass with GRASSB00GGER Now, you can enjoy the performance and quality of an Ariens Riding Mower and have the added time-saving convenience of the sturdy bagger Free. The grassbagger is: * easily attached durably constructed leaves etc. For a limited time, at participating Ariens grassbagger is yours FREE with chase of an Ariens Riding Mower. Ask your Arians Dealer about his ment Plan" (continued from page !A) posture while you drill for the treated to protect against The top end of the ladder is carriage bolts. You can decay andinst _damage. Tle secured with /" x 6" carriage provide more interest if you boards that form the sand box bolts. This permits it to swivel drill additional holes for the should also be pressure- so it can be raised and be carriage bolts so the ladder treated lumber. Deck boards, supported by the two outboard can be secured at various joists, top rails can be pine, posts (No. 9) for use as a angles. For example, you can redwood, fir-- there.are many horizontal swing ladder. To secure it at 15 degrees and at options. It is important that all establish this secondary 45degrees. materials be $4S -- sanded position, have someone hold MATERIALS four sides -- no splinters the ladder in a horizontal Posts should be pressure- allowed! roll zzz Cx.uBI ,- ', ' _Comm, St. ,. /hD, IfJ Styling I ]xo- wo,,i.....H. ]F .__ . __. ___......___, __ l M. m,=/ " For The DANCING STARTS AT 8:30- Come Early - __ Stay Late- Have A Great Time! '1 V Entire Faro "" ,/ Iv We are a FULL SERVICE SALON offering a complete /q line of beauty care: A French Braiding & Hair Weaving A Barber Cuts Perming Unwanted Hair Removal " Coloring Facial, Skin Care, Makeup L Styling For Men & Women HOURS: Tues. 9-5, Wed. 9-7, Thurs. 9-7, Fri. 9-7, Sat' 9- i'W F NP -- --- --- coupon" L,#'i &.,I 1 [ ForYour Appt. Carl US At ' $2.00 0 ;:; 802 - 222 - 9050 I EAR PIERCI . "IF-------'] j with an0thersal0" A,  Saturday, May 23 , ,, , ':North Country ::?, . With Doug Blake" For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P.M. Tel. (603) 747 - 2840 Or 747 - 2505 III I Buy 4 gallons of any one Olympic Product, get ! more free. he is also bidding. When he c=,y r, s3,oo o.  s4 o ks . e OPEN TO TALK TO YOU ESPECIALLY ABOUT THE CAVILLER stands up, he has stopped Thursday 'til 6:00 PM -- Friday 'til 8:00 PM -- Saturday 'til 1:00 PM bidding. If he sits down again, / incidents occurred in London in the mid-1960s when a well- N111-TrnBiwent Stain Olympic Ovm'ooat  8orem,. known collector bid on a Penetrates to give new The tough, acrylic latex Get extra protection painting in accordance with wood beauty that's more house paint that really where you need it most with his pre-auction agreement. The agreement was given to than skin deep. beats the weather. Olympic Weather Screen. the auctioneer like this: "... when Mr. X is sitting down, he $ ds My 31 is bidding. If he bids openly, he is not bidding unless he LL ff.O. Taylor Chevrolet raises his finger. Having raised his finger, he is bid- ding, until he stands up :Railroad St. (802) 757-2311 Wells River Vt. again.' Understandably, the II auctioneer lost track of those signals somewherealongthe MAIN STREET BRADFOR line, and the painting went to the second-highest bidder. T so,. SAt Oil Penetrates to Latex lets you stain And both last