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June 10, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 3A rt temper n nt Salon Services Use shopping list One of the most important tools for shopping is the shopping list. It is important, not only to have the list, but to use the list. Put like items together on the shopping list. This will save time and energy since grocery stores group items likewise. This will also help you identify the amount and type of foods you are buying. Without a shopping list, most people tend to he im- pulsive buyers, Use your list and make changes only when you get good buys that you can use. Do not make your shopping iist so specific that you do not take advantage of good buys, Rather than putting frozen broccoli and cottage cheese on your list, consider putting one green vegetable and one package of cheese, unless you need the specific items. ady Mix !0ncrete, depends on quality, materials! Quality construction depends on quality materials. Here at r Miller Ready Mix our aggregate is quality controlled and our product mixed to specification. We offer fast, on-site delivery, and free technical advice for whatever your building needs- whether they be commercial or industrial, for the farm or around the home. Bradford, Vermont 802.2224469 Randolph, Vermont II 802-728-5055 z :i!!? i i NEW MANAGER---George Henry, new manager of Dairy Testing, Inc., checks on milk test. New manager directing Dairy Testing., Inc. Making your he 00ges 00,eauuful bySusan Littlefield looking hedge. Let the plants Evergreens" (25 cents) and from the Publications Office. Extension Ornamental grow for a few months, then "Hedges-Selection, Establish- Morrill }tall, UVM, Horticulturist prune again, but not so far. ment, and Care" (OtI No. 19-- Burlington. 05405, or your University of Vermont In following years, no charge). All are available loc8lecounty Extension Office A weli&apos;grwn hedge is a gradually raise the pruning '-6' " O,.g7 r '% .... '1981" beautiful addition to any home height of both evergreen and landscape. Hedges can be deciduous hedges about 6 June used to define garden spaces, inches a year until the desired 'l '.o// Shopping Pass I| serve as a background for height is reached. Shape the flowers, provide privacy, hedge so it is narrower at the I r''H/'IHr/ I control foot traffic, reduce top than at the base to avoid | noise, filter dust, even attract shading the lower branches, birds to your yard if the which can cause them to lose I proper kinds of plants are their foliage, l SPECIAL FRIEND DI$COUNT l chosen. "Landscape Plants for OnAllGifts&Accessories Although a wide variety of Vermont" ($2) has in- I (ExeeptSaleltems&SpeeialOrders) I trees and shrubs can be Used formation on hardiness and i for hedges, those that are plant characteristics. Other[ 95 MAINST. 838677 I densely branched, with small useful publications include | LISBON, N.H. , SHOWROOM & FACTORY OUTLET | or medium sized leaves "Planting Trees, Shrubs and , ...._. ........... usually look best. Make sure the plants you select are cold here comes hardy in your area, and = adapted to the soil and light the nshine conditions where they'll be SO planted. Evergreen hedge plants are popular because of their winter foliage. Deciduous hedge plants lose their leaves in winter, but have the ad- vantages of generally faster growth, lower cost and faster recovery from damage than ,'  i evergreens. Many also have showy flowers or fruits. Most kinds of deciduous hedge  plants can also he periodically pruned to the ground to renew their vigor when they have become overgrown. What size plants should you buy for hedge material? Generally, it's a" trade-off between time and cost. The smaller the plant, the lower the cost, but the longer it takes before the hedge becomes established. Because deciduous types grow faster, it's often more practical to West Lebanon, New Hampshire WHITE RIVER JCT.-- If the results returned to the start with smaller, hare-root :,,5 George Henry has his way customers; and to introduce plants than when using ..,Xo6.qSi D 603-208-8777 lyrl will provide better ser- somatic cell testing, evergreens. The most prac- vice to its customers. "When dealing with milk tical start in terms of time and Henry was recently named samples, time is valuable," cost for an evergreen hedge manager of Dairy Testing Inc. Henry explained. "The time may be to start with relatively 8 ............ ;: ::: , .]:)i.. ' " .' " This , organization provides we can save in getting results small (under 3 feet) balled milk testing services to dairy back to the farmer, the milk and burlapped plants. Small producers, milk handlers and supplier, or the cheese maker bare-root evergreens are SALES SERVICE USED CAR SALES other dairy interests, can meanalotofmoneymade usually not everysatisfactory i Two improvements Henry or lost." unless they are grown for RT. 5&25 AT THE LIGHTS plans are to decrease the turn- "We offer accurate and several years in a cultivated 8am TILL 6pm THURS. TILL 9pm around time between when unbiased testing. The Federal garden before being tran- milk samples are tested and Milk Market Administrator sferred to their final hedge location. ATrRACTIVE FINANCE & INSURANCE PLAN maintains a laboratory in an office right next door to ours. Early spring, while plants THE The Administratr's lab are still drmant' is a good / r" provides us with control time to put in your hedge. A YOU WANT PEI00ECT samples for daily andhourly general rule for spacing plantSset them apart by a pdcescut checks on the accuracy of the is to e of the he, ht to wh,ch   30 tO 40% 1 ECONOMY? GIFT electrnic testing machines" quart" r , ..... 'g rA t !" x, r,v-- xax i ome of the lee you plan to let mem grow, out ' S samp are "-"q%  s.mng  summer 'unknowns to the operators, il:eeSSota'otoaP: m FOR and the test results on these g Y P g -  \\; \\; dress samples must check back with " ' " k   - hrv-, / i (72 mches) high should have WF IT! - r" plants set 1 inches apart .... "' . the o iginals An)' time they . " _A \\;\ t ,  .t ["  ! _. GOT  don't, the htnes must be. Prop er pruning Pro_," an . t,, .'%. "-'.. :[ip_ llll i ' ': : :: ' F,arco. i stoppedin-tel3,, I,,  ,|m- Ot-,,mmocsl-e&cok, m This Dairy estin Lab lmdge mat zs aensely  i % =llll=ll 9zm5tolO-N-M-W Ill 1982 CAVALIER 42mpE hi.way and serves all New England from l the way to the gr uno. I White River Jet. It has been rruning nursery grown I . 1981 CHEVETTES 40mpg hqpmay ]k)d'" Care offering tests for protein level evergreens at planting time i  -- __. 1981 LUVS 36mpl highway ,, ,, n in milk for some time now; mus.ua,y unnecessary, nut I IW\\; ; .. .ee additional testingserviceswill declduous.hedgeplants.ahould  _. , 1111 rl 1981 CITATIONS 35mpg highway from './ra]]l" be added; Somatic Cell testing .De prunea to azm as.manes i [,i   I.==, ,,w 1981 IMPALA DIESEL 34mpg highway  is a priority item lrom me grouna at planting I Lilt 7T. .,li V[' ,, k. - "Using new" electronic time--small plants back to I r{"lQ }' ill /;)1.,'1[  NEWURS SAT 9ti"4 :  :butteffa'-testingequlpmentis about6inch.Thiswillen. =, ",.. , ., (ell]l[=lil cheaper than the old Babcock courage orancningc)usetothe I N ?'v,l'llk J / i l' ,)'t., " " tw grouna ano prevent a le  ,---B _,. method, Henry says, bu e ., am Pr?vent a i, ggy- I ,2iul%-,J' I II l  f  must provide faster service." " I ,/--," I /! $  e--,.=n . at ake Chevrolet Co. Inc.  DTI lab is under the WEIGHT i /A . [  l )I'\\; direction Olden u board f I li'( ' ]J l [Jl [ t !illlll"-J Bradford, Vt. p  directors ma p primariy WATCHERS l t"- I VSI 1 ,,WJl',] % 11$ d dairy farmers, along with i ' !<. \\; [ Xt [  i [[  |1 {802) 222-5236  ; others who use the milk ...... i  \\;. \\;ll i, /[I4FII|,l mm   - " ----'---  -------------- testing service. Members of ,ne aum0rny I .IIM I , Y ' !i[ --/ llhl  the beard include represen- i tlliii /_ -- l /;[ --li[ =    ""--'-" tatives of the six state Dairy Methodist Church i 41t,11i! #1 i \\;  -il tit Eia " " '' ' , Herd Improvement illl ][L-, \\; El .,\\; tl\\; Centers Aren't Everywhere= Yet Associations, milk marketing Bradford i'' /-4 I ,/},'Jl \\;" ] ,..,+' . cooperatives, and private 1 /]"'\\;I  "-r . \\; -' milk handlers. I  ) | | t x . - milk are tested monthly for I t N[ DHIA, and another 24,000 for l ...-- s. 91  ----.,- handlers and dairy | OmS m  .... save ZOO) organizations, , | .... SJI 110  .. . .. ,, snorts alore our entire selection Currently we re r g " --" " -- negotiating for the purchase of sum mertlme SlaCKS, swim wear somatic cell testing equip- ment," Henry explains. "We sh0rL/sh0rts in c0ol comfort = s,o r plan to provide this service by to bermuda lengths early fall. I believe Dairy =b $13 to $22 sale $12 to $35 Testing lnc. can previde other   tO  our reg. $16 to S29. All quality brand names. services needed by the New Twills, denims, seer- Dozens of styles and colors. England dairy industry; and I our reg. $9 to $12. so.d,, a.d cool ue,, d,a, o, cover ups! $12 to $28 believe DTI can become a fabrics, Dozens of more. sizes 5 to15 & S to ING CENTER very viable business." styles and colors. 20 beach $14 to $23 Before coming to Vermont ......  toweJs! PIERMONT BAN in March, Henry was !, e  associated with New York 2warren 00iqk|n0 Ceqte00:.._ . _ coming &m: GREAT VALUES on Summertime Casual Shoes! DHIA for l0 years and was general manager of that organization 1971-78. During u,,, ,, ,, , this time he completed r and centralized milk testing save 22% Somatic cell and protein 19 testing.  popular styles canvas casuals J regular $14 big voluel our reg. $19 wlrom,-  .... ,.,. .'new co mowtN wwtmtt wn tt, ntmt. FORMAL WEAR sale $11 the Chinese nylon joggor in FOR ALL S,:oop 'era upl cotton shoe 4 great colors COmpany W/tb a/I/OJIY J; OCCASIONS oo'r faor,,e St "4 DRILLING ' in sizes 5 to 10. Sizes $ to I0,  Siz 5 to 10 lugged Perfect with cotton comfort, zeta with cushioned shorts, skirts, Choote Er e comfoa i,mle, PI. k. dcegar. OflNIdng Well drilling by the meter or s I a c k s o r dresses. Hum/! Affordable wells through proven innovations a fixed price contract.'  .... ,, , I INIJAIION AII JlONYABINWI4 r r..41J/. (410.1F) 44-187f .i. st-.. .i, st.,., I Of 1) 71H-2797 ZlllV. Woodsville, N.H. HNOVER, NH. BRADFORD, VT t Pho 643-3109 Phone 222-9012 St.   doily e to $ Open doily 9 te $. Fri, 'il 8 p.m. June 10, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 3A rt temper n nt Salon Services Use shopping list One of the most important tools for shopping is the shopping list. It is important, not only to have the list, but to use the list. Put like items together on the shopping list. This will save time and energy since grocery stores group items likewise. This will also help you identify the amount and type of foods you are buying. Without a shopping list, most people tend to he im- pulsive buyers, Use your list and make changes only when you get good buys that you can use. Do not make your shopping iist so specific that you do not take advantage of good buys, Rather than putting frozen broccoli and cottage cheese on your list, consider putting one green vegetable and one package of cheese, unless you need the specific items. ady Mix !0ncrete, depends on quality, materials! Quality construction depends on quality materials. Here at r Miller Ready Mix our aggregate is quality controlled and our product mixed to specification. We offer fast, on-site delivery, and free technical advice for whatever your building needs- whether they be commercial or industrial, for the farm or around the home. Bradford, Vermont 802.2224469 Randolph, Vermont II 802-728-5055 z :i!!? i i NEW MANAGER---George Henry, new manager of Dairy Testing, Inc., checks on milk test. New manager directing Dairy Testing., Inc. Making your he 00ges 00,eauuful bySusan Littlefield looking hedge. Let the plants Evergreens" (25 cents) and from the Publications Office. Extension Ornamental grow for a few months, then "Hedges-Selection, Establish- Morrill }tall, UVM, Horticulturist prune again, but not so far. ment, and Care" (OtI No. 19-- Burlington. 05405, or your University of Vermont In following years, no charge). All are available loc8lecounty Extension Office A weli'grwn hedge is a gradually raise the pruning '-6' " O,.g7 r '% .... '1981" beautiful addition to any home height of both evergreen and landscape. Hedges can be deciduous hedges about 6 June used to define garden spaces, inches a year until the desired 'l '.o// Shopping Pass I| serve as a background for height is reached. Shape the flowers, provide privacy, hedge so it is narrower at the I r''H/'IHr/ I control foot traffic, reduce top than at the base to avoid | noise, filter dust, even attract shading the lower branches, birds to your yard if the which can cause them to lose I proper kinds of plants are their foliage, l SPECIAL FRIEND DI$COUNT l chosen. "Landscape Plants for OnAllGifts&Accessories Although a wide variety of Vermont" ($2) has in- I (ExeeptSaleltems&SpeeialOrders) I trees and shrubs can be Used formation on hardiness and i for hedges, those that are plant characteristics. Other[ 95 MAINST. 838677 I densely branched, with small useful publications include | LISBON, N.H. , SHOWROOM & FACTORY OUTLET | or medium sized leaves "Planting Trees, Shrubs and , ...._. ........... usually look best. Make sure the plants you select are cold here comes hardy in your area, and = adapted to the soil and light the nshine conditions where they'll be SO planted. Evergreen hedge plants are popular because of their winter foliage. Deciduous hedge plants lose their leaves in winter, but have the ad- vantages of generally faster growth, lower cost and faster recovery from damage than ,'  i evergreens. Many also have showy flowers or fruits. Most kinds of deciduous hedge  plants can also he periodically pruned to the ground to renew their vigor when they have become overgrown. What size plants should you buy for hedge material? Generally, it's a" trade-off between time and cost. The smaller the plant, the lower the cost, but the longer it takes before the hedge becomes established. Because deciduous types grow faster, it's often more practical to West Lebanon, New Hampshire WHITE RIVER JCT.-- If the results returned to the start with smaller, hare-root :,,5 George Henry has his way customers; and to introduce plants than when using ..,Xo6.qSi D 603-208-8777 lyrl will provide better ser- somatic cell testing, evergreens. The most prac- vice to its customers. "When dealing with milk tical start in terms of time and Henry was recently named samples, time is valuable," cost for an evergreen hedge manager of Dairy Testing Inc. Henry explained. "The time may be to start with relatively 8 ............ ;: ::: , .]:)i.. ' " .' " This , organization provides we can save in getting results small (under 3 feet) balled milk testing services to dairy back to the farmer, the milk and burlapped plants. Small producers, milk handlers and supplier, or the cheese maker bare-root evergreens are SALES SERVICE USED CAR SALES other dairy interests, can meanalotofmoneymade usually not everysatisfactory i Two improvements Henry or lost." unless they are grown for RT. 5&25 AT THE LIGHTS plans are to decrease the turn- "We offer accurate and several years in a cultivated 8am TILL 6pm THURS. TILL 9pm around time between when unbiased testing. The Federal garden before being tran- milk samples are tested and Milk Market Administrator sferred to their final hedge location. ATrRACTIVE FINANCE & INSURANCE PLAN maintains a laboratory in an office right next door to ours. Early spring, while plants THE The Administratr's lab are still drmant' is a good / r" provides us with control time to put in your hedge. A YOU WANT PEI00ECT samples for daily andhourly general rule for spacing plantSset them apart by a pdcescut checks on the accuracy of the is to e of the he, ht to wh,ch   30 tO 40% 1 ECONOMY? GIFT electrnic testing machines" quart" r , ..... 'g rA t !" x, r,v-- xax i ome of the lee you plan to let mem grow, out ' S samp are "-"q%  s.mng  summer 'unknowns to the operators, il:eeSSota'otoaP: m FOR and the test results on these g Y P g -  \\; \\; dress samples must check back with " ' " k   - hrv-, / i (72 mches) high should have WF IT! - r" plants set 1 inches apart .... "' . the o iginals An)' time they . " _A \\;\ t ,  .t ["  ! _. GOT  don't, the htnes must be. Prop er pruning Pro_," an . t,, .'%. "-'.. :[ip_ llll i ' ': : :: ' F,arco. i stoppedin-tel3,, I,,  ,|m- Ot-,,mmocsl-e&cok, m This Dairy estin Lab lmdge mat zs aensely  i % =llll=ll 9zm5tolO-N-M-W Ill 1982 CAVALIER 42mpE hi.way and serves all New England from l the way to the gr uno. I White River Jet. It has been rruning nursery grown I . 1981 CHEVETTES 40mpg hqpmay ]k)d'" Care offering tests for protein level evergreens at planting time i  -- __. 1981 LUVS 36mpl highway ,, ,, n in milk for some time now; mus.ua,y unnecessary, nut I IW\\; ; .. .ee additional testingserviceswill declduous.hedgeplants.ahould  _. , 1111 rl 1981 CITATIONS 35mpg highway from './ra]]l" be added; Somatic Cell testing .De prunea to azm as.manes i [,i   I.==, ,,w 1981 IMPALA DIESEL 34mpg highway  is a priority item lrom me grouna at planting I Lilt 7T. .,li V[' ,, k. - "Using new" electronic time--small plants back to I r{"lQ }' ill /;)1.,'1[  NEWURS SAT 9ti"4 :  :butteffa'-testingequlpmentis about6inch.Thiswillen. =, ",.. , ., (ell]l[=lil cheaper than the old Babcock courage orancningc)usetothe I N ?'v,l'llk J / i l' ,)'t., " " tw grouna ano prevent ale  ,---B _,. method, Henry says, bu e ., am Pr?vent a i, ggy- I ,2iul%-,J' I II l  f  must provide faster service." " I ,/--," I /! $  e--,.=n . at ake Chevrolet Co. Inc.  DTI lab is under the WEIGHT i /A . [  l )I'\\; direction Olden u board f I li'( ' ]J l [Jl [ t !illlll"-J Bradford, Vt. p  directors ma p primariy WATCHERS l t"- I VSI 1 ,,WJl',] % 11$ d dairy farmers, along with i ' !<. \\; [ Xt [  i [[  |1 {802) 222-5236  ; others who use the milk ...... i  \\;. \\;ll i, /[I4FII|,l mm   - " ----'---  -------------- testing service. Members of ,ne aum0rny I .IIM I , Y ' !i[ --/ llhl  the beard include represen- i tlliii /_ -- l /;[ --li[ =    ""--'-" tatives of the six state Dairy Methodist Church i 41t,11i! #1 i \\;  -il tit Eia " " '' ' , Herd Improvement illl ][L-, \\; El .,\\; tl\\; Centers Aren't Everywhere= Yet Associations, milk marketing Bradford i'' /-4 I ,/},'Jl \\;" ] ,..,+' . cooperatives, and private 1 /]"'\\;I  "-r . \\; -' milk handlers. I  ) | | t x . - milk are tested monthly for I t N[ DHIA, and another 24,000 for l ...-- s. 91  ----.,- handlers and dairy | OmS m  .... save ZOO) organizations, , | .... SJI 110  .. . .. ,, snorts alore our entire selection Currently we re r g " --" " -- negotiating for the purchase of sum mertlme SlaCKS, swim wear somatic cell testing equip- ment," Henry explains. "We sh0rL/sh0rts in c0ol comfort = s,o r plan to provide this service by to bermuda lengths early fall. I believe Dairy =b $13 to $22 sale $12 to $35 Testing lnc. can previde other   tO  our reg. $16 to S29. All quality brand names. services needed by the New Twills, denims, seer- Dozens of styles and colors. England dairy industry; and I our reg. $9 to $12. so.d,, a.d cool ue,, d,a, o, cover ups! $12 to $28 believe DTI can become a fabrics, Dozens of more. sizes 5 to15 & S to ING CENTER very viable business." styles and colors. 20 beach $14 to $23 Before coming to Vermont ......  toweJs! PIERMONT BAN in March, Henry was !, e  associated with New York 2warren 00iqk|n0 Ceqte00:.._ . _ coming &m: GREAT VALUES on Summertime Casual Shoes! DHIA for l0 years and was general manager of that organization 1971-78. During u,,, ,, ,, , this time he completed r and centralized milk testing save 22% Somatic cell and protein 19 testing.  popular styles canvas casuals J regular $14 big voluel our reg. $19 wlrom,-  .... ,.,. .'new co mowtN wwtmtt wn tt, ntmt. FORMAL WEAR sale $11 the Chinese nylon joggor in FOR ALL S,:oop 'era upl cotton shoe 4 great colors COmpany W/tb a/I/OJIY J; OCCASIONS oo'r faor,,e St "4 DRILLING ' in sizes 5 to 10. Sizes $ to I0,  Siz 5 to 10 lugged Perfect with cotton comfort, zeta with cushioned shorts, skirts, Choote Er e comfoa i,mle, PI. k. dcegar. OflNIdng Well drilling by the meter or s I a c k s o r dresses. Hum/! Affordable wells through proven innovations a fixed price contract.'  .... ,, , I INIJAIION AII JlONYABINWI4 r r..41J/. (410.1F) 44-187f .i. st-.. .i, st.,., I Of 1) 71H-2797 ZlllV. Woodsville, N.H. HNOVER, NH. BRADFORD, VT t Pho 643-3109 Phone 222-9012 St.   doily e to $ Open doily 9 te $. Fri, 'il 8 p.m.