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Page 2/l&apos;he ,Journal Opinion.July 1, 1981 Arts and 1 ..... Entertalnment Allobreed dog show slated W{)()DTO(!K-The 22nd United Stat and Canada ,: mai AII Breed Dog Show include several hundred from ad (bedience Trial, hosted the New England and Atlantic iy i he W),a(Ltock Dog Club, Seaboard area. :i!l have a, (airy of some ............. |o0 ds heu judging starts l 9 m on .July I0 at tim Wodsh:k linion Itigh School 'outd i W Woodstock. CONCERTSET About 20 beeds and HANOVER--A concert of 'ie*i. r ec,agfized by the traditional and original music Ameic:n Fwmel Club, are by Sam Moffatt and his ecd  !by Show. Entries, friends will be held at the >,m?. r,)m all ovel the Collis Student Center at Dartmouth from 5:30 p.m.- 7:30 p.m. July 1, admission free. (ALA x Y TRAVEL, INC. 103 S. Main St. W. Lebanon, NH 603-298-878? Triple antique show is set in Haverhill HAV E R H I L L -- Haver hil 1 Common will be the setting around which the Haverhill Historical Society will hold its second annual lxiple-event benefit in conjunction with the antique auto show July 5 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The events will be an an- tique show. a Pike Manufacturing Company exhibit, and a museum open house. The Society is in the process of collecting funds to restore the old Ladd Street School on Route 10 in Haverhill Corner, and all proceedings from Sunday's show and exhibit will be donated to that fund. In Alumni Hall on Court Street, exceptional antique items will be offered for sale by dealers from New Ham- pshire and Vermont. Admission will be $1.50. Among the dealers present will be Gage Ellis and Joan Vogel, Village Farm, Lyme Center, -- tools, duck decoys, cupboards and primitives; Tom Mullins and Winifred Mullins, Concord -- sterling silver and linenes; Jim and Sue Mazalewski, The Berry Scoop, Exeter -- general line; Florence and Doran Jones, Center Haverhill -- rare coins and books, china, and lass; Susan Voake, The Butter Mold, Thetford Center, -- country furniture, wooden- ware, and kitchen items; Edna Jones, Brandon general line; Marjorie Dearborn, The Country Mouse, Sanbornville -- glass, china, and primitives; Gerry Wormhood, Breakfast Hill Antiques -- general line; the Christmas in July bazaar set in Monroe MONROE--The fifth annual available. summer bazaar, "Christmas in July," sponsored by the United Methodist Women of the Monroe Church, will be held July 4 from 10 a.m. - .1 p.m. at the Monroe Town Hall. A hand-embroidered and appliqued quilt, done on the theme of the New England states, will be the featured item at the sale. Each New Proceeds of the bazaar are used to meet the financial obligations and mission ap- portionments of the New Hampshire Methodist con, ference. General chairmen of this year's bazaar are Jeannette Sharer and Priscilla Powers. Christianseus, W. Ossipee -- antique clothing and general line; Rita Jones, Heritage House, Barre -- cut glass and old Kerosene lamps; Jean Nick, St. Johnsbury -- country items; Marjorie Barry, N. Haverhill -- small furniture, glass and china, Sylvia Gingras, Barre -- general line, small items. Manager of the antique show is Marjorie Barry of N. Haverhill. The Parish House facing the Northeast corner of the double Commons will have items from the old Pike Manufac- turing Company such as whetstones, paper weights, photographs, postcards, the old steam whistle, and a vast array of other memorabilia. Entrance will be 50 cents. Ruth Wellington and Archie Steenburgh of Pike are in charge of the exhibit and ask anyone who may have Pike Manufacturing items and would be willing to exhibit them Sunday to call 989-5553 or 989-5690. The second floor of the Haverhill Library, which houses the Historical Society's museum, will be open to the public. For more information on the Pike Manufacturing Company see Kay Blaisdell's "Over the River and Through the Years" column in this issue. LOCAL ART--Vindow of Baldwin Memorial Library in Wells River is adorned with art by young local exhibitors. coml CAL E n DAR Wednesday, July 1 THETFORD HILL: The Thetford Hill Church Clinic for July I has been canceled. HANOVER: Free Concert of traditional and by Sam Moffatt and friends, Collis Student mouth, 5: 30-7: 30 p.m. BRADFORD: Bingo, Legion Hall, 7 p.m. WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens luncheon, United Christ vestry, serving at noon. Reservations: Thursday, July 2 BRADFORD: Overeaters Anonymous, O.C.M.H.. Friday, July 3 BRADFORD: Senior citizens luncheon, Oxbow Center, serving at 11:35 a.m. Reservations 222-4782. Sunday, July 5 BRADFORD: Buffet, p.m. (reservations appreciated: (802) 2224051); concert at 8 p.m. for benefit of North Country England. Monday, July 6 THETFORD: Discussion of Vermont's proposed water strategy, Thefford Town Hall, 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 7 BRADFORD: American Legion Post No. 20 p.m. Wednesday, July 8 BRADFORD: Bingo, American Legion Hall, Thursday, July 9 E. CORINTH: Hypertension screening clinic. E. CORINTH: Flea market at Old Fairgrounds, p.m. Friday, July 10 BRADFORD: Card party, Senior Citizens Center, Saturday, July 11 W. TOPSHAM: Baked bean supper, W. Topshan Church, servings at 5-6-7 p.m., adults $3, under $1.50, preschoolers free. 11 ttFJ.DOVER 7:15&9:15 England state is represented By Warren Sattbr ] " -- on the squares, whiehareofa 1 I 1 / ".r' r It  1 " Rll dl light blue color. "'-'-"" -" b - - -- " II , ...... xne acmng nas neen (]one 4 0! tile L in a blue calico During the ..... OSI ArK . ,. . p m.&,:v, pn, o ver]:: of :Yws tesen ,New England governors and  STARSCOPE .'X .  have embroidered them onto by Clare Annswell wars lame  ...................... , .... _ the square which depicts the ........... I;A'rlNEESSAT.&SUN. AT2:PM J seal of that state. Of special interest is the signature of ..... i , Governor Ella Grasso, from i i ' _ . Connecticut, who has since W OF: JULY 2, 1981 I died. I AQUARIUS - Janua 21-Febnm 19 ,,  , Quiltmakers are Margaret  vTSN  [ iTTTEigilErl-! Caring trlend can help you over a hurdle, but you must be [ . Idml' ""-- ------ 1 I Amidon, Lois Cole, Lillian askfoeassistanceiOrganlzatlonalworkratherthanacea |  ][ ][ ][  r rr 1 1 I Frazer, Genevieve Mitchell, your current :cialty. ! : I,    I  / l | Priscilla Powers and Jean- PISCES - Febma 20-Mmrch 20 . I ] ] ] ] Central St. I I nette Shafer. By being less possessive you can improve an already | t, . ,,,__J_..m_-=,-u" . | At, abundance of baked k0BI;EITE)N .G j '< I00V:z4;?00/I/1 o'o be morephyslcallydemandingthanexpected. J/ WOOCISYIlle, IN. n, II goods will be sold at the I " ship and amaze an already impressed employer. Weekend |"Goodie Cuphoard." Esther ,-1111  a , , I Tyler will have charge of this ARIES -- March 21-, 20 -,  *  g41  -- "." 1 table. In charge of the han- Remember the advice you ve been giving lovelorn friends? : " / .2:'. | dcrafts table will be Margaret a significant award. ""1" -HE F .... A ..... = Am,don, Pr,sc,lla Powers and du m l UN l IHP | Jeannette Sharer. The table of TAURUS - April 21-Muv 22 00,NNIVERSARY CELEBRATION! I handmade Christmas or- Cooperative endeavors bring about satisfying results, and It' ' . I naments will be in the care of week for entering into sharing arrangements, proP blooming by Monday or Tuesday. i ,:'. I Carolyn Fitzgerald and Ruth A.2 ,p I Emmons. ,, ,,  :2 . ]BRAD D GEMINI . MaY hla21 : 'll k  A L t  I Personal history is important now; look for new ways to carY ,%k/"i;, | selling several kinds of ! traditions. J , < lOTc/" t,y/,], I homemade fundge. Tea will be ,  r 'cJ/, . L ,,,v(_ ! served throughout the bazaar CANCER -- June 22-July 22 Rai the standards of a friend rather than allow him/h..  |.. vtl/O.,.,  I by Edith Anne Emery. . . , your own sights, if, planning a trip, determine whether K/ L i', 1 t  I This is the only fund-ra,smg recreation that you re after, ii OL - {ed ).. ll I project of the Monroe United  ..... () H- "' llj[  I Methodist Women. Members IFO -- July 23-August 22 .] * . r " --  l-- " (  I have donated money and EnterprisingLemakesaltutfpreclusllttlethisweek'! -"et," ffB I supplies towards the quilt and ly, opt for bright colors and bold touches, and try hard not 1 , -- change, ii ...- '1;' I crafts, have created or- "mlJl IN' I naments and crafts, and will VIRGO - August 22-September 2 i] '', "bl II have baked a large variety of Charm gets you through most of the week's cereer-rlali 74''2505') '" -- 'fods t ensure a gd i: M:rl'i/YOr 74' ,- )840 l! 4;\\; BiCBrde'ndIoo'spts'clearuprmantmlund-ndings-therewill''l selection of gifts and foods weekend -- the moment you spot them. ii I:i '(:, Reservations Call Before 7:00 P.M. l .... "r ' ',,,,rrmTo ''r's T.r US. - St=.-O.ol 22 ,,. A week in which recreation becomes hard work -- and s=l (603) fun and games. Colleegues are more amiable, nelglr L_ ]L_L'_IL-_ I Lt ! I, , . ,I ]llff,s  " demanding, and loved one more cautious than usual. , SCORPIO -- Octob 23-Novemb 21 d   Not the best week for starting a diet or launching a big pro better now to conclude small tasks, shape long-term go 00RAFTS, loved one pamper you. (  SAGITTARIUS - November 22-December 2, ,i i"  ' ( Appreciation tram hlgherups helps boost your morale and up a sagging relationship. Unusual ideas prove ultimately p so file them away for the future. : A tempting opportunity may not work out because of perf,,, t  TWITC Rinds tlons. Modest windfall or bonus favored for Monday-TueSO" tones suit your present moods. i :// !  BoNRuled bY the heart' YU re highly rmantic and quit "T.' wr[ Su m,oo over the next decade. An important alliance may I'" In 19Sl. lf you have any questions or know of any other craft- ( .... . 41J July 2nd, actor Brock Peters; 3rd, director Ken Ru.llf ,l qe()ple who may be interested In selling at Sum.  Vermont Miss T.E.E.N. Ge: Murphy; 5th, circus master P.T. Barnum; 6th, at merfest '! please contact either Louise Allen at 222-  Leig ; 7th, singer Rlngo Starr; 8th, singer Billy Eckstin- ,,,,, ,ra,00e at e,e.lngs, i Vermont !: .... ._ 8 space (table ff required) [ MieO T . ]. ] '' .' ............ :'' .. . . i. -- ..... 7-,- "'- . ,,,,.,,, : :.|3iijltl.:=-es if requ#,} < /lll I. Jl. eJ[MeJ[L/, [ e A21  " , i..,,0. <crowned T ]or lnfo IT JUS SO HAPPENED by Kern f-I I. Alo 32. Riort 4. Spouse 33. Tempers a) Evenings ( BURLINGTONKrystin 35. Beginning Heehl, 16-year-olddaughter of OamLttheletter=iaeb0xestof0rm ayas.cmt 8. Sp a l l. Make o 37. Trovaler I.PI Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoehl of Essex Jct., was crowned 1981 Vermont Miss T.E.E.N. out of a field of 52 contestants from throughout the state. (please turn to page 9) New State-Wide Educational Opportuni00 For Vermont Adults A SELF-DESIGNED PROGRAM FOR ATTAINING A BACHELOR'S DEGREE Tuesday, July 7 7:00 pm Bradford Public Library Main Street, Bradford, Vermont Johnson State College The External Degree Program Johnson, Vermont 05656 word. Then circle A, B or C for the ear- feet meaning (or definition). Sore yourse as follows: 4 Corrt-ExeelIent - Correct-Fair Correct-Good 1-0Corrt-Poor t [-R UiD O ......i h. POOR I OLD C, STERN CI1[, Ebeeeger Scrooge wls, but he changed :00.r-HOT I S R, LIFT I. PUSH c, HOLD CLI[I In lllll ports they have hug crnes do this 3" [TROLAP k. /ITG B, a'U(,, C. /.l#kL CLUI & f1owr girdt light hart one 4. ITIHIMIc MIAIe !11 --. I R. HUNGRY 8. O C, GtPtT ., ,-,=, .= ,-=o, . SJA .a misteke occommodo- 12. Solar disc tions 13. Regret 39. M(de ornands 14. Shield 42. Port of to be 16. Natives of 43. Ring Asia 45. Fish egg= 18. VVhite 46. Deface" lustrous metolg: Units 20. Smoll Boring tool 5. By 8. cogwheel ",6. rew 9. 22. Plont DOViq'4 7. Within: I 0 25. Like I. Beverage comb. f'ocm " 26. Musical note 2, Mineral rock 27. Impel 3. /Vkalicol 15. 17. lanyard instnmnt 19. 28. Swift 4. Bone behind 20. 30. I sick lot_ Page 2/l'he ,Journal Opinion.July 1, 1981 Arts and 1 ..... Entertalnment Allobreed dog show slated W{)()DTO(!K-The 22nd United Stat and Canada ,: mai AII Breed Dog Show include several hundred from ad (bedience Trial, hosted the New England and Atlantic iy i he W),a(Ltock Dog Club, Seaboard area. :i!l have a, (airy of some ............. |o0 ds heu judging starts l 9 m on .July I0 at tim Wodsh:k linion Itigh School 'outd i W Woodstock. CONCERTSET About 20 beeds and HANOVER--A concert of 'ie*i. r ec,agfized by the traditional and original music Ameic:n Fwmel Club, are by Sam Moffatt and his ecd  !by Show. Entries, friends will be held at the >,m?. r,)m all ovel the Collis Student Center at Dartmouth from 5:30 p.m.- 7:30 p.m. July 1, admission free. (ALA x Y TRAVEL, INC. 103 S. Main St. W. Lebanon, NH 603-298-878? Triple antique show is set in Haverhill HAV E R H I L L -- Haver hil 1 Common will be the setting around which the Haverhill Historical Society will hold its second annual lxiple-event benefit in conjunction with the antique auto show July 5 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The events will be an an- tique show. a Pike Manufacturing Company exhibit, and a museum open house. The Society is in the process of collecting funds to restore the old Ladd Street School on Route 10 in Haverhill Corner, and all proceedings from Sunday's show and exhibit will be donated to that fund. In Alumni Hall on Court Street, exceptional antique items will be offered for sale by dealers from New Ham- pshire and Vermont. Admission will be $1.50. Among the dealers present will be Gage Ellis and Joan Vogel, Village Farm, Lyme Center, -- tools, duck decoys, cupboards and primitives; Tom Mullins and Winifred Mullins, Concord -- sterling silver and linenes; Jim and Sue Mazalewski, The Berry Scoop, Exeter -- general line; Florence and Doran Jones, Center Haverhill -- rare coins and books, china, and lass; Susan Voake, The Butter Mold, Thetford Center, -- country furniture, wooden- ware, and kitchen items; Edna Jones, Brandon general line; Marjorie Dearborn, The Country Mouse, Sanbornville -- glass, china, and primitives; Gerry Wormhood, Breakfast Hill Antiques -- general line; the Christmas in July bazaar set in Monroe MONROE--The fifth annual available. summer bazaar, "Christmas in July," sponsored by the United Methodist Women of the Monroe Church, will be held July 4 from 10 a.m. - .1 p.m. at the Monroe Town Hall. A hand-embroidered and appliqued quilt, done on the theme of the New England states, will be the featured item at the sale. Each New Proceeds of the bazaar are used to meet the financial obligations and mission ap- portionments of the New Hampshire Methodist con, ference. General chairmen of this year's bazaar are Jeannette Sharer and Priscilla Powers. Christianseus, W. Ossipee -- antique clothing and general line; Rita Jones, Heritage House, Barre -- cut glass and old Kerosene lamps; Jean Nick, St. Johnsbury -- country items; Marjorie Barry, N. Haverhill -- small furniture, glass and china, Sylvia Gingras, Barre -- general line, small items. Manager of the antique show is Marjorie Barry of N. Haverhill. The Parish House facing the Northeast corner of the double Commons will have items from the old Pike Manufac- turing Company such as whetstones, paper weights, photographs, postcards, the old steam whistle, and a vast array of other memorabilia. Entrance will be 50 cents. Ruth Wellington and Archie Steenburgh of Pike are in charge of the exhibit and ask anyone who may have Pike Manufacturing items and would be willing to exhibit them Sunday to call 989-5553 or 989-5690. The second floor of the Haverhill Library, which houses the Historical Society's museum, will be open to the public. For more information on the Pike Manufacturing Company see Kay Blaisdell's "Over the River and Through the Years" column in this issue. LOCAL ART--Vindow of Baldwin Memorial Library in Wells River is adorned with art by young local exhibitors. coml CAL E n DAR Wednesday, July 1 THETFORD HILL: The Thetford Hill Church Clinic for July I has been canceled. HANOVER: Free Concert of traditional and by Sam Moffatt and friends, Collis Student mouth, 5: 30-7: 30 p.m. BRADFORD: Bingo, Legion Hall, 7 p.m. WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens luncheon, United Christ vestry, serving at noon. Reservations: Thursday, July 2 BRADFORD: Overeaters Anonymous, O.C.M.H.. Friday, July 3 BRADFORD: Senior citizens luncheon, Oxbow Center, serving at 11:35 a.m. Reservations 222-4782. Sunday, July 5 BRADFORD: Buffet, p.m. (reservations appreciated: (802) 2224051); concert at 8 p.m. for benefit of North Country England. Monday, July 6 THETFORD: Discussion of Vermont's proposed water strategy, Thefford Town Hall, 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 7 BRADFORD: American Legion Post No. 20 p.m. Wednesday, July 8 BRADFORD: Bingo, American Legion Hall, Thursday, July 9 E. CORINTH: Hypertension screening clinic. E. CORINTH: Flea market at Old Fairgrounds, p.m. Friday, July 10 BRADFORD: Card party, Senior Citizens Center, Saturday, July 11 W. TOPSHAM: Baked bean supper, W. Topshan Church, servings at 5-6-7 p.m., adults $3, under $1.50, preschoolers free. 11 ttFJ.DOVER 7:15&9:15 England state is represented By Warren Sattbr ] " -- on the squares, whiehareofa 1 I 1 / ".r' r It  1 " Rll dl light blue color. "'-'-"" -" b - - -- " II , ...... xne acmng nas neen (]one 4 0! tile L in a blue calico During the ..... OSI ArK . ,. . p m.&,:v, pn, o ver]:: of :Yws tesen ,New England governors and  STARSCOPE .'X .  have embroidered them onto by Clare Annswell wars lame  ...................... , .... _ the square which depicts the ........... I;A'rlNEESSAT.&SUN. AT2:PM J seal of that state. Of special interest is the signature of ..... i , Governor Ella Grasso, from i i ' _ . Connecticut, who has since W OF: JULY 2, 1981 I died. I AQUARIUS - Janua 21-Febnm 19 ,,  , Quiltmakers are Margaret  vTSN  [ iTTTEigilErl-! Caring trlend can help you over a hurdle, but you must be [ . Idml' ""-- ------ 1 I Amidon, Lois Cole, Lillian askfoeassistanceiOrganlzatlonalworkratherthanacea |  ][ ][ ][  r rr 1 1 I Frazer, Genevieve Mitchell, your current :cialty. ! : I,    I  / l | Priscilla Powers and Jean- PISCES - Febma 20-Mmrch 20 . I ] ] ] ] Central St. I I nette Shafer. By being less possessive you can improve an already | t, . ,,,__J_..m_-=,-u" . | At, abundance of baked k0BI;EITE)N .G j '< I00V:z4;?00/I/1 o'o be morephyslcallydemandingthanexpected. J/ WOOCISYIlle, IN. n, II goods will be sold at the I " ship and amaze an already impressed employer. Weekend |"Goodie Cuphoard." Esther ,-1111  a , , I Tyler will have charge of this ARIES -- March 21-, 20 -,  *  g41  -- "." 1 table. In charge of the han- Remember the advice you ve been giving lovelorn friends? : " / .2:'. | dcrafts table will be Margaret a significant award. ""1" -HE F .... A ..... = Am,don, Pr,sc,lla Powers and du m l UN l IHP | Jeannette Sharer. The table of TAURUS - April 21-Muv 22 00,NNIVERSARY CELEBRATION! I handmade Christmas or- Cooperative endeavors bring about satisfying results, and It' ' . I naments will be in the care of week for entering into sharing arrangements, proP blooming by Monday or Tuesday. i ,:'. I Carolyn Fitzgerald and Ruth A.2 ,p I Emmons. ,, ,,  :2 . ]BRAD D GEMINI . MaY hla21 : 'll k  A L t  I Personal history is important now; look for new ways to carY ,%k/"i;, | selling several kinds of ! traditions. J , < lOTc/" t,y/,], I homemade fundge. Tea will be ,  r 'cJ/, . L ,,,v(_ ! served throughout the bazaar CANCER -- June 22-July 22 Rai the standards of a friend rather than allow him/h..  |.. vtl/O.,.,  I by Edith Anne Emery. . . , your own sights, if, planning a trip, determine whether K/ L i', 1 t  I This is the only fund-ra,smg recreation that you re after, ii OL - {ed ).. ll I project of the Monroe United  ..... () H- "' llj[  I Methodist Women. Members IFO -- July 23-August 22 .] * . r " --  l-- " (  I have donated money and EnterprisingLemakesaltutfpreclusllttlethisweek'! -"et," ffB I supplies towards the quilt and ly, opt for bright colors and bold touches, and try hard not 1 , -- change, ii ...- '1;' I crafts, have created or- "mlJl IN' I naments and crafts, and will VIRGO - August 22-September 2 i] '', "bl II have baked a large variety of Charm gets you through most of the week's cereer-rlali 74''2505') '" -- 'fods t ensure a gd i: M:rl'i/YOr 74' ,- )840 l! 4;\\; BiCBrde'ndIoo'spts'clearuprmantmlund-ndings-therewill''l selection of gifts and foods weekend -- the moment you spot them. ii I:i '(:, Reservations Call Before 7:00 P.M. l .... "r ' ',,,,rrmTo ''r's T.r US. - St=.-O.ol 22 ,,. A week in which recreation becomes hard work -- and s=l (603) fun and games. Colleegues are more amiable, nelglr L_ ]L_L'_IL-_ I Lt ! I, , . ,I ]llff,s  " demanding, and loved one more cautious than usual. , SCORPIO -- Octob 23-Novemb 21 d   Not the best week for starting a diet or launching a big pro better now to conclude small tasks, shape long-term go 00RAFTS, loved one pamper you. (  SAGITTARIUS - November 22-December 2, ,i i"  ' ( Appreciation tram hlgherups helps boost your morale and up a sagging relationship. Unusual ideas prove ultimately p so file them away for the future. : A tempting opportunity may not work out because of perf,,, t  TWITC Rinds tlons. Modest windfall or bonus favored for Monday-TueSO" tones suit your present moods. i :// !  BoNRuled bY the heart' YU re highly rmantic and quit "T.' wr[ Su m,oo over the next decade. An important alliance may I'" In 19Sl. lf you have any questions or know of any other craft- ( .... . 41J July 2nd, actor Brock Peters; 3rd, director Ken Ru.llf ,l qe()ple who may be interested In selling at Sum.  Vermont Miss T.E.E.N. Ge: Murphy; 5th, circus master P.T. Barnum; 6th, at merfest '! please contact either Louise Allen at 222-  Leig ; 7th, singer Rlngo Starr; 8th, singer Billy Eckstin- ,,,,, ,ra,00e at e,e.lngs, i Vermont !: .... ._ 8 space (table ff required) [ MieO T . ]. ] '' .' ............ :'' .. . . i. -- ..... 7-,- "'- . ,,,,.,,, : :.|3iijltl.:=-es if requ#,} < /lll I. Jl. eJ[MeJ[L/, [ e A21  " , i..,,0. <crowned T ]or lnfo IT JUS SO HAPPENED by Kern f-I I. Alo 32. Riort 4. Spouse 33. Tempers a) Evenings ( BURLINGTONKrystin 35. Beginning Heehl, 16-year-olddaughter of OamLttheletter=iaeb0xestof0rm ayas.cmt 8. Sp a l l. Make o 37. Trovaler I.PI Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoehl of Essex Jct., was crowned 1981 Vermont Miss T.E.E.N. out of a field of 52 contestants from throughout the state. (please turn to page 9) New State-Wide Educational Opportuni00 For Vermont Adults A SELF-DESIGNED PROGRAM FOR ATTAINING A BACHELOR'S DEGREE Tuesday, July 7 7:00 pm Bradford Public Library Main Street, Bradford, Vermont Johnson State College The External Degree Program Johnson, Vermont 05656 word. Then circle A, B or C for the ear- feet meaning (or definition). Sore yourse as follows: 4 Corrt-ExeelIent - Correct-Fair Correct-Good 1-0Corrt-Poor t [-R UiD O ......i h. POOR I OLD C, STERN CI1[, Ebeeeger Scrooge wls, but he changed :00.r-HOT I S R, LIFT I. PUSH c, HOLD CLI[I In lllll ports they have hug crnes do this 3" [TROLAP k. /ITG B, a'U(,, C. /.l#kL CLUI & f1owr girdt light hart one 4. ITIHIMIc MIAIe !11 --. I R. HUNGRY 8. O C, GtPtT ., ,-,=, .= ,-=o, . SJA .a misteke occommodo- 12. Solar disc tions 13. Regret 39. M(de ornands 14. Shield 42. Port of to be 16. Natives of 43. Ring Asia 45. Fish egg= 18. VVhite 46. Deface" lustrous metolg: Units 20. Smoll Boring tool 5. By 8. cogwheel ",6. rew 9. 22. Plont DOViq'4 7. Within: I 0 25. Like I. Beverage comb. f'ocm " 26. Musical note 2, Mineral rock 27. Impel 3. /Vkalicol 15. 17. lanyard instnmnt 19. 28. Swift 4. Bone behind 20. 30. I sick lot_