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Page 8A.The Second Opinion-June 3, 1981 How to ma]h:e prize-winning jam Does it take a special winning jam? "No," say fair "knack" to make prize- judges, who pick the winners. ........ Using fully ripe, high quality TABOR VALLEY PLAYERS PRESENTS: ANYBODY OUT THERE ? fruit, a good recipe and following procedures exactly are the secrets of blue-ribbon success anyone can copy. Judges look for smooth, thick jam with bright color and excellent natural fruit flavor. Jam should be slightly softer than jelly. For perfect jam that can win approval from fair judges or your family, use this recipe for Spiced Peach Jam and follow these tips: -- Use high quality powdered fruit pectin. A recipe with powdered pectin eliminates guesswork and allows you to use fully-ripe fruits, for best flavor and color. -- measure accurately. Top I l WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY NEW HOME IN STOCK! o comedy by Jabn Potrick r.,lkl m Cindy Cholnrs Torn Iz Ihburn Chorles Currier I Brockordt Beth Thompson Bob Wilds Louise Plonte Jim Hedenreich Rick Co ...... :L... ...... "! Mourice Page  .................... Directed by MA$OI' NALL Piggy Holsey EAST CORINTH 8 PM Erl. endSet., MeTe, t0 JeS, I, =bits $S, s,mh, r lShs $LN, ddldren '$! 2 & 3 Bedroom Homes 1, 1, 2 Baths available. PARK SPACE AVAILABLE I II BENTON ROAD MOBILE HOMES FINANCING AVAILABLE Ends of Skyes Ave. White River Jct. (802) 295-1104 II quality results depend on exact amounts of fruit, pec- tim, acid and sugar. -- Use a large, flat- bottomed pan, so jam will cook quickly and not boil over. -- Make only one batch at a time. -- Time cooking exactly. -- Stirring and skimming for five minutes helps distribute fruit evenly in the syrup. -- Check fair rulebook for jar size. Most call for standard 1z-pint jars or glasses. SPICED PEACH JAM 5 cups prepared peaches (about 4 lbs. ) 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 tablespoon grated lemon peel I large cinnamon stick 7 cups sugar 1 pkg. Jel Ease-Pen-Jel Fruit Pectin Wash and sterilize 8-oz. jelly jars; scald lids and rings. Wash and pit fully ripe peaches; peel, cut into pieces and grind. Measure fruit into 6 to 8-quart saucepan; if necessary add water to make 5 cups. Add lemon juice, peel and cinnamon stick. Measure sugar into large bowl; set aside. Combine pectin with fruit mixture. Cook over high heat until mixture comes to a hard boil, stirring constantly. Add sugar all at once. Cook and stir over high heat until mixture comes to a full rolling boil (one that cannot be stirred down). Boil hard l minute. Remove from heat; skim and stir with metal spoon or skimmer for 5 minutes to remove foam. Remove cin- namon stick. Ladle into hot jars, leaving ],-inch rim at top+. Immediately wipe jar rim clean, place hot lid on jar and screw metal ring on fir- mly. Check for seal in 12 hours. 7 to 8 cups. +To seal with paraffin: Ladle jam into hot jars, leaving  inch at top. Cover with thin layer of melted paraffin, about 1, inch thick. Jelly me i'00er problems/solutions Problem-- Jam-jelly is too Under-ripe fruit: usT fully soft or runny. Cause-Recomm endation-- Inaccurate measure of fruit and-or sugar ; measure carefully. Jel Ease or Pen-Jel added to boiling fruit or juice. Pectin should be added to cold juice. Jam-jelly did not reach a full rolling boil (one that ripe, high quality fruit. Jelly stored too long, causing flavor to deteriorate. Do not store over 1 year. Storage area too warm. Store in cool, dark, dry place. Problem-- Jelly "weeps". Cause-Recommendation-- cannot be stirred down). Storage area too warm. Store Mixture must be boiled hard in cool, dark, dry place. for 1 full minute. Made too large a batch at one time. Do not double recipe. Problem-- Jam-jelly is tough. Cause-Recommendation-- Inaccurate measurement of fruit and-or sugar; measure carefully. Problem-- Jam-jelly is gritty or contains sugar crystals. Cause-Recomm endation-- Undissolved sugar from side of pan washed into jelly when it was poured. Ladle jelly into jars or wipe pan free of sugar crystals before pouring. Problem-- Jem-jelly is low in fruit flavor. Cause-Recommendation-- IT'S NOT JUST ANOTHER BANK IT'S BNB - And it, s a charming_ addition to a charming village! ! NEWBURY We're so proud of our newest office in Newbury, we are holding a Grand Opening Celebration on Friday, June 5 between the hours of 10 A.M. and 4 P.M., and you are invited! ! Refreshments will be served by the ladies of Oxbow Chapter D.A.R. Gifts to mark the occasion will be distributed. And since we are using the Old Town Clerks' Office as BNB Newbury, we and the town officers invite you to also inspect the "NEW" Town Clerks' office, adjacent to the bank. Please be our guest. i7/-, BRADFORD ,.. , NATIONAL BEN BRACXD, VEI=II C3NT Win an Extra Prize for your Blue Ribbon Jam If your jam made from this recipe or your favorite peach recipe using Williams Jel Ease/Pen-Jel Fruit Pectin wins a blue ribbon at your 1981 fair, you can win $10 and a cer- tificate from Williams. Here's how: -- On plain paper, print: "I certify that I won a blue ribbon at my 1981 state or county fair with peach jam made with Jel Ease/Pen-Jel Fruit Pectin," and sign it. -- Send the statement, verification of your blue ribbon, such as a copy of the certificate or fair prize list, the end flap from a Jel Ease/Pen-Jel box and your name, address and tele- phone number to: Williams Jel Ease/Pen-Jel Blue Rib- bon Award, 1900 W. 471h Place, Westwood, KS 66205. Deadline is Nov. 15, 1981. Summer vacation to ve M ONTPELI:ER--Summer vacation inquiries to Vermont are running 32 percent ahead of totals recorded for a similar period last year, and sub- stantially beyond those reported by other northern New England states. Director Donald A. Lyons said the state travel division is processing an ever-increasing number of requests for travel information. Current figures show more than 20,000 vacation inquiries received by the division. "These totals are running more like those of 1978 which was an excellent over-all vacation year," said Lyons. State and private ad- vertising is just beginning to appear in regional and national publications. Lyons said these ads will spurt the inquiries during the next two months. "We're concentrating Vermont's efforts in markets within 400 miles of our bet- VA INFORMATION Q- My husband was in the Navy at the time of his death and was buried at sea. Can ! obtain a memorial marker from the Veterans Administration to be placed in a private cemetery? A -- A memorial headstone or marker may be furnished by VA to commemorate any eligible veteran or service person who died while on active duty and whose remains have not been recovered or were buried at sea. BITS OF INFORMATION It takes 48 hours to extract alcohol from carrots. ll.Jill,  JuneSthand6th IIJNlIMli ! Friday 8:00-8:00 Ililll llIO' " . SaturdayS:00-5:00 OI00MIMGI = ders," he said. "We know that more than 80 percent of our business comes from this area. "A sluggish economy can work in Vermont's behalf, since many vacationers will tend to travel shorter distances for their vacations." Vermont is less than a day's drive for more than 90 million people n the U.S. and eastern Canada. Preliminary reports from several resorts show that early reservations are run- ning at a normal pace. Pat- terns from recent years show vacationers booking reser- various closer to the actual expect reservationSl summer season, when ads Resort owners said they coming weeks. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS S. A. T. Verbal Preparation FOR INFORMATION & REGISTRATION: ELIZABETH CHIQUOINE July 21st-- Aug. 1 JOSEPH MOORE BOX 124 Tues. & Wed. HEWBURY, VT. 05051 (802) 866-5904 Newbury Elemental Limited Enrollment Miller Auto Comp TRUCK SALf 00-A-THO Pickups, Vans, Rack Bodys Dump Bodys, 2 & 4 WD, Automatics 3 Spds., 4 Spds., Overdrive. If it isn't in stock we 71 attempt to get it. i I am i Problem-- Jelly is cloudy. Ca use-Recommendation : Jel Ease or Pen-Jel added to I l boiling fruit or juice. Pectin T| n State Typewriter should be added to cold juice. I I GATES ST. Under-ripe fruit; use fully ripe fruit. Fruit overcooked before I WRJ, VT. juice was extracted; cook only I_,_ Office Supplies & Furniture until tender. Fruit squeezed l Tywrlters through jelly bag; maximum m Calculators clarity is achieved when fruitl II is allowed to drip. Sign up for free prizes and try for a student Problem-- Jam-jelly fer- desk, calculator, secretarial chair, & other merits or molds. Cause-Recommendation-- Inadequate seal usually on jars that were sealed with 10% paraffin). Use jars with two- piece lids and test for seal OFFICE SUPPLIES before storage. Jars sealed with two-piece vacuum lids 20% OFF ON OFFICE can be water bath processed FURNITURE for 5 minutes to assure a good seal without a deterioration in quality of the jam or jelly. Destroy any jam or jelly with mold or yeast growth.  MILLER AUTO COMPANY is having a Special Sale on all trucks. Abundant trade-in values or substantial CHEVROLET IS HAVING A SALES CONTEST AND WE WANT TO WIN! Chevrolet 1981 70 Series Truck Air Cleaner Dry Inside Type H D N'C Air Comp 13 Co FT Belt D,ven 286.22 Generator Delcotron 80 AMP 27 134.50 PWR POT (8.2TI 205GHP 3000RPM 6052.50 Trans. Manual Spricer 5052 1206.20 Exhaust System-Single Hertz. NIC Fuel Tank RH Rect 50 Gal Step 168.93 Whl. 20x7.5 Frt. RIM 50eg 30.13 Wheel 20x7.5 Rear Rim 5 Deg. 60.26 Vehicle App. Truck Servi. N/C R Wheel Spare Rim 20x7.0 59.18 = Bait. Dual 12V Freedom F20 215.20 i Shockmounted Rear Lamps 16.14 j Base Horn Air Tachometer Radio AM/FM Push Button Con. Viscous Fan Drive 96 Frt. AX Width At Tire Side Prey. For Front End Drive Towing Device Frt. Hook Slat. Alarm System Enging Color Combination- Solid Custom Appearance Scottsdale Equipment Ratio Code 7.17 Color Combination Medium Blue 16088.50 Rear Spring 23000# Capacity Seat Level Ride Driver & Ayx. 241.02 Shock Absorbers Rear i Glass-Cab Tinted 34.43 Rear Axle Eaton 22221 2-Spd. 200 r, Exterior Ornamentation Moulding 30.13 Differential Rear Axle No Spin Windshield Washer/Wiper Pulse S 41.96 Hourmeter Engine ! Mirr. Stainless Steel Dual 6X 33.36 Towing Device Rear Hooks Bolt _][  Handles - Dual Assist 21.52 Brakes-System- Air {r L__ Frt. Axle 12000# Capacity--Air 992.07 Moisture Ejector VLV Air Brk. [/lI! "  i i RR Frt. Reinf Frame Wheelbase 137 In Springs Springs Frm H.C. Outside Aux Special 14000# 4000# Inverted Capacity Multi-LE L 207.67 I 64.56 97.92 30,1310.83 Throttle Control - Manual, >, | Yad-ump Body from M&M  --= =3600 = to =4200 extra 1171_ 1 1 , = ' wnlrlpoo [ Built for Econom Toll free in N.H. 1.800-451-4546 MANY SIZES TO CHOOSE FROM Toll free in Vt. 1-800-622-4116 -- MILLER AUTO CO. Cadillac - Pontiac - Chevrolet & Chevrolet Trucks FEATURES: =ffi . .. IN BUSINESS SINCE 1903 " Window Mount  Located at 28 Gates St. Comfort Guard i in Beautiful Downtown White River Jct., Vt. All Weather Cabinet Air Direction Controls  Phone 295-3147 , , , ,  "Keep That Great GM Feeling with Genuine GM Parts ' "WE INSTALL'& SERVICE WHAT WE SELL [ R 0 YAL E L E CT R I C [ Central Street, W oodsvilb, 747-2722 j (NJ']llJ Iilllllllllllgflllllllllllllllllllllllmlllflflllflllllllllllll Page 8A.The Second Opinion-June 3, 1981 How to ma]h:e prize-winning jam Does it take a special winning jam? "No," say fair "knack" to make prize- judges, who pick the winners. ........ Using fully ripe, high quality TABOR VALLEY PLAYERS PRESENTS: ANYBODY OUT THERE ? fruit, a good recipe and following procedures exactly are the secrets of blue-ribbon success anyone can copy. Judges look for smooth, thick jam with bright color and excellent natural fruit flavor. Jam should be slightly softer than jelly. For perfect jam that can win approval from fair judges or your family, use this recipe for Spiced Peach Jam and follow these tips: -- Use high quality powdered fruit pectin. A recipe with powdered pectin eliminates guesswork and allows you to use fully-ripe fruits, for best flavor and color. -- measure accurately. Top I l WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY NEW HOME IN STOCK! o comedy by Jabn Potrick r.,lkl m Cindy Cholnrs Torn Iz Ihburn Chorles Currier I Brockordt Beth Thompson Bob Wilds Louise Plonte Jim Hedenreich Rick Co ...... :L... ...... "! Mourice Page  .................... Directed by MA$OI' NALL Piggy Holsey EAST CORINTH 8 PM Erl. endSet., MeTe, t0 JeS, I, =bits $S, s,mh, r lShs $LN, ddldren '$! 2 & 3 Bedroom Homes 1, 1, 2 Baths available. PARK SPACE AVAILABLE I II BENTON ROAD MOBILE HOMES FINANCING AVAILABLE Ends of Skyes Ave. White River Jct. (802) 295-1104 II quality results depend on exact amounts of fruit, pec- tim, acid and sugar. -- Use a large, flat- bottomed pan, so jam will cook quickly and not boil over. -- Make only one batch at a time. -- Time cooking exactly. -- Stirring and skimming for five minutes helps distribute fruit evenly in the syrup. -- Check fair rulebook for jar size. Most call for standard 1z-pint jars or glasses. SPICED PEACH JAM 5 cups prepared peaches (about 4 lbs. ) 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 tablespoon grated lemon peel I large cinnamon stick 7 cups sugar 1 pkg. Jel Ease-Pen-Jel Fruit Pectin Wash and sterilize 8-oz. jelly jars; scald lids and rings. Wash and pit fully ripe peaches; peel, cut into pieces and grind. Measure fruit into 6 to 8-quart saucepan; if necessary add water to make 5 cups. Add lemon juice, peel and cinnamon stick. Measure sugar into large bowl; set aside. Combine pectin with fruit mixture. Cook over high heat until mixture comes to a hard boil, stirring constantly. Add sugar all at once. Cook and stir over high heat until mixture comes to a full rolling boil (one that cannot be stirred down). Boil hard l minute. Remove from heat; skim and stir with metal spoon or skimmer for 5 minutes to remove foam. Remove cin- namon stick. Ladle into hot jars, leaving ],-inch rim at top+. Immediately wipe jar rim clean, place hot lid on jar and screw metal ring on fir- mly. Check for seal in 12 hours. 7 to 8 cups. +To seal with paraffin: Ladle jam into hot jars, leaving  inch at top. Cover with thin layer of melted paraffin, about 1, inch thick. Jelly me i'00er problems/solutions Problem-- Jam-jelly is too Under-ripe fruit: usT fully soft or runny. Cause-Recomm endation-- Inaccurate measure of fruit and-or sugar ; measure carefully. Jel Ease or Pen-Jel added to boiling fruit or juice. Pectin should be added to cold juice. Jam-jelly did not reach a full rolling boil (one that ripe, high quality fruit. Jelly stored too long, causing flavor to deteriorate. Do not store over 1 year. Storage area too warm. Store in cool, dark, dry place. Problem-- Jelly "weeps". Cause-Recommendation-- cannot be stirred down). Storage area too warm. Store Mixture must be boiled hard in cool, dark, dry place. for 1 full minute. Made too large a batch at one time. Do not double recipe. Problem-- Jam-jelly is tough. Cause-Recommendation-- Inaccurate measurement of fruit and-or sugar; measure carefully. Problem-- Jam-jelly is gritty or contains sugar crystals. Cause-Recomm endation-- Undissolved sugar from side of pan washed into jelly when it was poured. Ladle jelly into jars or wipe pan free of sugar crystals before pouring. Problem-- Jem-jelly is low in fruit flavor. Cause-Recommendation-- IT'S NOT JUST ANOTHER BANK IT'S BNB - And it, s a charming_ addition to a charming village! ! NEWBURY We're so proud of our newest office in Newbury, we are holding a Grand Opening Celebration on Friday, June 5 between the hours of 10 A.M. and 4 P.M., and you are invited! ! Refreshments will be served by the ladies of Oxbow Chapter D.A.R. Gifts to mark the occasion will be distributed. And since we are using the Old Town Clerks' Office as BNB Newbury, we and the town officers invite you to also inspect the "NEW" Town Clerks' office, adjacent to the bank. Please be our guest. i7/-, BRADFORD ,.. , NATIONAL BEN BRACXD, VEI=II C3NT Win an Extra Prize for your Blue Ribbon Jam If your jam made from this recipe or your favorite peach recipe using Williams Jel Ease/Pen-Jel Fruit Pectin wins a blue ribbon at your 1981 fair, you can win $10 and a cer- tificate from Williams. Here's how: -- On plain paper, print: "I certify that I won a blue ribbon at my 1981 state or county fair with peach jam made with Jel Ease/Pen-Jel Fruit Pectin," and sign it. -- Send the statement, verification of your blue ribbon, such as a copy of the certificate or fair prize list, the end flap from a Jel Ease/Pen-Jel box and your name, address and tele- phone number to: Williams Jel Ease/Pen-Jel Blue Rib- bon Award, 1900 W. 471h Place, Westwood, KS 66205. Deadline is Nov. 15, 1981. Summer vacation to ve M ONTPELI:ER--Summer vacation inquiries to Vermont are running 32 percent ahead of totals recorded for a similar period last year, and sub- stantially beyond those reported by other northern New England states. Director Donald A. Lyons said the state travel division is processing an ever-increasing number of requests for travel information. Current figures show more than 20,000 vacation inquiries received by the division. "These totals are running more like those of 1978 which was an excellent over-all vacation year," said Lyons. State and private ad- vertising is just beginning to appear in regional and national publications. Lyons said these ads will spurt the inquiries during the next two months. "We're concentrating Vermont's efforts in markets within 400 miles of our bet- VA INFORMATION Q- My husband was in the Navy at the time of his death and was buried at sea. Can ! obtain a memorial marker from the Veterans Administration to be placed in a private cemetery? A -- A memorial headstone or marker may be furnished by VA to commemorate any eligible veteran or service person who died while on active duty and whose remains have not been recovered or were buried at sea. BITS OF INFORMATION It takes 48 hours to extract alcohol from carrots. ll.Jill,  JuneSthand6th IIJNlIMli ! Friday 8:00-8:00 Ililll llIO' " . SaturdayS:00-5:00 OI00MIMGI = ders," he said. "We know that more than 80 percent of our business comes from this area. "A sluggish economy can work in Vermont's behalf, since many vacationers will tend to travel shorter distances for their vacations." Vermont is less than a day's drive for more than 90 million people n the U.S. and eastern Canada. Preliminary reports from several resorts show that early reservations are run- ning at a normal pace. Pat- terns from recent years show vacationers booking reser- various closer to the actual expect reservationSl summer season, when ads Resort owners said they coming weeks. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS S. A. T. Verbal Preparation FOR INFORMATION & REGISTRATION: ELIZABETH CHIQUOINE July 21st-- Aug. 1 JOSEPH MOORE BOX 124 Tues. & Wed. HEWBURY, VT. 05051 (802) 866-5904 Newbury Elemental Limited Enrollment Miller Auto Comp TRUCK SALf 00-A-THO Pickups, Vans, Rack Bodys Dump Bodys, 2 & 4 WD, Automatics 3 Spds., 4 Spds., Overdrive. If it isn't in stock we 71 attempt to get it. i I am i Problem-- Jelly is cloudy. Ca use-Recommendation : Jel Ease or Pen-Jel added to I l boiling fruit or juice. Pectin T| n State Typewriter should be added to cold juice. I I GATES ST. Under-ripe fruit; use fully ripe fruit. Fruit overcooked before I WRJ, VT. juice was extracted; cook only I_,_ Office Supplies & Furniture until tender. Fruit squeezed l Tywrlters through jelly bag; maximum m Calculators clarity is achieved when fruitl II is allowed to drip. Sign up for free prizes and try for a student Problem-- Jam-jelly fer- desk, calculator, secretarial chair, & other merits or molds. Cause-Recommendation-- Inadequate seal usually on jars that were sealed with 10% paraffin). Use jars with two- piece lids and test for seal OFFICE SUPPLIES before storage. Jars sealed with two-piece vacuum lids 20% OFF ON OFFICE can be water bath processed FURNITURE for 5 minutes to assure a good seal without a deterioration in quality of the jam or jelly. Destroy any jam or jelly with mold or yeast growth.  MILLER AUTO COMPANY is having a Special Sale on all trucks. Abundant trade-in values or substantial CHEVROLET IS HAVING A SALES CONTEST AND WE WANT TO WIN! Chevrolet 1981 70 Series Truck Air Cleaner Dry Inside Type H D N'C Air Comp 13 Co FT Belt D,ven 286.22 Generator Delcotron 80 AMP 27 134.50 PWR POT (8.2TI 205GHP 3000RPM 6052.50 Trans. Manual Spricer 5052 1206.20 Exhaust System-Single Hertz. NIC Fuel Tank RH Rect 50 Gal Step 168.93 Whl. 20x7.5 Frt. RIM 50eg 30.13 Wheel 20x7.5 Rear Rim 5 Deg. 60.26 Vehicle App. Truck Servi. N/C R Wheel Spare Rim 20x7.0 59.18 = Bait. Dual 12V Freedom F20 215.20 i Shockmounted Rear Lamps 16.14 j Base Horn Air Tachometer Radio AM/FM Push Button Con. Viscous Fan Drive 96 Frt. AX Width At Tire Side Prey. For Front End Drive Towing Device Frt. Hook Slat. Alarm System Enging Color Combination- Solid Custom Appearance Scottsdale Equipment Ratio Code 7.17 Color Combination Medium Blue 16088.50 Rear Spring 23000# Capacity Seat Level Ride Driver & Ayx. 241.02 Shock Absorbers Rear i Glass-Cab Tinted 34.43 Rear Axle Eaton 22221 2-Spd. 200 r, Exterior Ornamentation Moulding 30.13 Differential Rear Axle No Spin Windshield Washer/Wiper Pulse S 41.96 Hourmeter Engine ! Mirr. Stainless Steel Dual 6X 33.36 Towing Device Rear Hooks Bolt _][  Handles - Dual Assist 21.52 Brakes-System- Air {r L__ Frt. Axle 12000# Capacity--Air 992.07 Moisture Ejector VLV Air Brk. [/lI! "  i i RR Frt. Reinf Frame Wheelbase 137 In Springs Springs Frm H.C. Outside Aux Special 14000# 4000# Inverted Capacity Multi-LE L 207.67 I 64.56 97.92 30,1310.83 Throttle Control - Manual, >, | Yad-ump Body from M&M  --= =3600 = to =4200 extra 1171_ 1 1 , = ' wnlrlpoo [ Built for Econom Toll free in N.H. 1.800-451-4546 MANY SIZES TO CHOOSE FROM Toll free in Vt. 1-800-622-4116 -- MILLER AUTO CO. Cadillac - Pontiac - Chevrolet & Chevrolet Trucks FEATURES: =ffi . .. IN BUSINESS SINCE 1903 " Window Mount  Located at 28 Gates St. Comfort Guard i in Beautiful Downtown White River Jct., Vt. All Weather Cabinet Air Direction Controls  Phone 295-3147 , , , ,  "Keep That Great GM Feeling with Genuine GM Parts ' "WE INSTALL'& SERVICE WHAT WE SELL [ R 0 YAL E L E CT R I C [ Central Street, W oodsvilb, 747-2722 j (NJ']llJ Iilllllllllllgflllllllllllllllllllllllmlllflflllflllllllllllll