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Page 2-The Journal Opinlon-Jul. 21, 1982 r!emlnment "Pirates of Penzance" to NOIIWICH- Gilbert and Strohmier are also leaders of Sullivan's most famous Opera North operetta, "The Pirates of The opening night per- Penzance," opens this iormance is iven as a gala '" .......... Thursday, July 22. at Tracy benefit for Hanover Chamber New books added at//brarv .all in Norwich. The Light Orchestra. The.re ,,,ill be ten Opera of Norwich production performauees in all, at 8:00 E CORINTIt -- Three new the Blae Memorial Library: features a cast of fifty singers p.m.. July 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28 }oks have been added to the Vermont-- a llistory by from theUpper Valley. and 31, plus matinee per- Vermont books collection at Historian and editor Charles Jim T(Mhunter. of Norwich, formanc(.s at 2:3t) p.m., T. Morrissey. Vermont and returns this year as tile Pirate Sunday, July 25; 10:30 a.m., Vermonters have a distinct King, ahmg wih regulars Saturdaj, July 31; and 4:00 image stubbornly resistant to Katharine DeBoer as lald, pro., Sunday, August 1. PLAYHOUSE pressures for conformity. Mr. Nancy Ellison as Ruth and Tickets cost $10 for the Morrissey describes the Peter Smith as Major General opening night tenefit, and ,c,,,, historic background that Stanley. $6.50 for all other per- woduced the states as it is. Nothin" but the Truth, by former governor Deane C. Davis, is a collection of 75 delightful yarns filled with insight into the Vermont mind and character. Hooper's Pasture by John S. Hooper, regular contributor to the Sunday Times Argus. The book offers a glimpse of small town life during the past hundred years -- one man's view of the fun of living in rural New England. Library hours are Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 2-5, 7-9. The focus of "The Pirates of Penzance" is all innocent young man, Frederic, who was mistakenly apprenticed to a band of pirates by his nurse. David Brunelle, of Sara, Maine, plays Frederic. Also new to the light opera company are Ken Munsey, of Canaan, N.tt., and Bill Reiners, of Hanover. Music director and con- ductor is Louis Burkit, who teaches voice at Dartmouth College and is director of the Glee Club there. Barbara Duncan is choreographer. Burkot and director David What made Lake Willoughby? WOODSTOCK-- On Saturday, August 7, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Dr. Herbert Hawkes and the Vermont Institute of Natural Science will lead an exploration of one of the most spectacular areas in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, During this field trip he will discuss the origins of the rocks and the glacial history of Willoughby Notch, followed by a one and one-half mile hike to the top of the cliffs of Mount Hor, overlooking the lake. Preregistration deadline is Tuesday, August 3. Send name, address, phone num- ber, and fee to VINS, Wood- stock, Vt., 05091, or call 457- 2779 for more information. Fee: $7.00 members, $9.00 for nonmembers. ST. JOHNSBURY WELLS RIVER THIS WEER A TURN OF THE CENTURY MUSICAL REVUE Tintypes July 20- 24 WltK THE BASf.SALL MOS[GL Damn Yankees July 27 - 31 Performances Curtain is 8,00 p.m. every Ttmsdoy through Saturday, July 6-August 26. Dinner/Theatre Dinntw I T he.Ire pockoge INOn available at the Hotel olidge ,ni roam ooWtent to the Playhouse. l Reservations The Guild has o nerot odmis$ioe policy, We suggest r.ervofions. Telephone 1802) 295.6228, Box Office open 1,10p.m. IH[ TueSdays at I I:00 am: AIt eats $2.00 CINE00I00? A UNIVERSAL PICTURE 7:00 & 9;15 MATINEES Sot,, Sun. & Rainy Days 2:00 Directed by Stephen Spielbet CINEMA II , STARTS FRIDAY ,...._ With Burr & Dolly k '':r Ihis mutlt fan just /:1S & 9:30 t.. Sun. & Rainy Date 2:O0 Ends Thursday THE THING 7:I5&9:15 TOP 20 COUNTRY SONGS FROM WYK00 WNk d Jdv 19. 1912 "THE NORTH'S NUMBER ONE COUNTRY STATION" klffl$I lnu 1 ALABAMA -- "Take Me Dovm" 1 MERLE HAGGARD -- "Are The COd Times Rmlly Ove' 3 RICKY SKAGGS -- "l Don't Core'" 4 HANK WILLIANLS, JR. -- "Nory Tookin" S E/Y LOU HARRIS -- "Born To Run" 6 SYLVIA  "Nobody" 7 JANIE FRIOCE -- "Don't Worry 'bout Me Boby" 8 CON HUNL -- "Oh Girl" 9 RONNIE MILSAP -- "Any Day Now'" 10 RONNI MCDOWELL -- "1 Just Cut Myself on o Piece of Her Broken Heart" 11 MARTY ROBllINS -- 'Tme Memoice Just Won't Die" 12 ilARBAP.A P&dIDRELL -- "Till Your Gone" 13 DOLLY PARTON  "Heorfbrmk Exwoss" 14 DAVID FRIZELL -- "Got, ha Hir A Wind To Decorate Our Home" 15 WAYLON JENNINGS -- "Women Do Know How To Carry Off" 16 LARRY GATLIN  "She Used To Sing On Sunday" 17 EARL THOMAS CONLEY -- "'Heavenly Bodies" 18 ROGER MILLER -- "Old Friends" 19 CONWAY IITTY- '51owhond" 20 OAK RIDGE BOYS -- "'Sa Fine" QUOTE "A freeway is something that is not:free when one. considers the emotional toll." Anonymous 'c00e se00sone0000a EA.(;T RYE(;ATE WEST LEBANON EAST TH ET--F-O--R D nm i I II I I I I III /HITE RIVER JUNCTII)h FAIRLEE NO BLUE JEANS NO BLUE DENIMS NO HATS ALLOWED Modern Country & Country Rock Music You'fl Just Have To Dance To It They Enjoy Themselves, And $o Will You, At The 111 Club, So You Come, Too! WOODSVILLE I Saturday, July 24 OU "S thern , Comfort" For Reservations Call Before 7 P.M. (603) 747-2505 Or 747-2840 I I III I I III IL I formances. They may be purchased at Janet Flanders Travel, Norwich, The Gardner Group, Norwich; or at The Dartmouth Bookstore, ttanover. For information about group rates and for phone reserwtions, call 81)2) 649-1954. Tickets may also be pur- chased at the door: however, last year's performances sold out, so it is advisable to buy tickets in advance. on Norwich sta "PIRATES )F PENZANCE"-- David Brunelle, left, and Katherine DeBoer, of Haverhill, in the Gilbert and Sullivan production opening this week in Norwich. Wednesday, July 21 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. Thursday, July 22 BRADFORD: Connecticut Valley Fair, gates will open at 6:00 p.m. The fair is held at the Memorial Field behind the old Bradford Academy in Bradford Village. Friday, July 23 BRADFORD: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the Oxbow Vocational Center serving at 11:45 a.m. For reservations call 2224782. BRADFORD: Connecticut Valley Fair, activities all day and into th." -vening. Saturday, July 24 WHITE RIVER JCT. : Record Hop at the Legion Hall from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Admission, $3.00. WOODSVILLE: New Woodsy(lie-Wells River Sewage Treatment Plant Open House at the plant site off Route 135 in Woodsy(lie from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. BRADFORD: Connecticut Valley Fair, activities all day and into the evening. SundaY, July 25 BRADFORD: Connecticut Valley Fair, activities all day and into the evening at the Memorial Field. Bath Tub Race at 11:00 a.m on Federal Street in Bradford Village. -- Annual Bradford Street Parade begins at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, July 28 WELLS RIVER: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the United Church of Christ from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. NEWBURY: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the Bailey Memorial Club from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE CoLA"I'bJA EX00-il" f,L.Cf." " -'" - RESTAURANT '.E*,i  " Main Street. Serving lunch from 11:00-2:30, Mon.-Sal. Open evenings 7 days, Sun.- Thurs. 5-10. Fri. and Sat. 5- it. Phone 802-222- 9008. . Fine Italian dining in a warm candle- lit atmosphere. GARDEN RESTAURANT-- l,ower Plain Rt. 5. Serving Breakfast, I.unch. Dinner, and Sunday Brunch. Try out Pizza Special. 802-222-5202. COUTEE'S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT-- RL. 5 & 25. tiours: 6-9:30 all week. 802-222- 5288. Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner-Window Take Out Service. I,YME INN-- The kind of New England hm you always hoped to find . . . Serving great food and good spirits with old fashioned hpitality. 603.795-2222 or 795- 4404. Reservations suggested. I,INCOI,N INN RESTAURANT 20 Ilastings St. l)ining Room and Coffee Shop - Sugar Shack I,ounge. Banquet facilities to 400. Major credit cards accepted. AIME'S RESTAURANT-- Tel. (802) 748- 3553. Junction Rt. 2 & Rt. 18. Steak-plus and Lobster-plus. Mobil Guide and AAA lasted. WARNERS GAI,LERY RESTAURANT-- 2 miles west of Wells River on Rt. 302. 802- 429.2120 or 633-9:|94. Comfortable country dining with uoique salad bar. Catering and cake decorating. i tJT(00 RESTAURANT Colonial Plaza (603) 298- X222. Open Daily from I t :30 AM. Cocktail l.ounge- ' l,uncheon Specials -- Fainily I)inners  Take Out ,'Prvice. t llOWARI) JOliNSON'S-- Interstates 89- 91. Open 7 days a week. Always open -- never closed for your convenience. Just for coffee or a complete meal, salad bar. l,iquor. 6 Nitre entertainment. Plan ymr party or banquet with us. 802-295-6048. BAll(;E INN RESTAURANT-- Rt. 302 & I0. Mon.-Tinlrs., 6 AM-9:IHt PM. Fri.-Sun., G A31-10:IH; PM. 603-747-339;l. CHALET SHAEFER RESTAURANT ( 'en tra [ Street 693-7 t 7 -297 I Bi'cakfast. hmch. dinner with daih' l)ccialties. t'pstairs hap with happy hou'r [l'O|i| 5-1; i' Vt" l" vda '.' altd ;ee ke nd t'll- I (q'i;lililltl'Ul. Ih"h|x *by onr x ater tonut;iin mid titt.n 1. OHt" pJ;llIO lnni(" uhile 'on Cilia  ditnl('|'. ( ;C|'III;Ill - Enrollea n ,qwciailie,,. lh';Pot|;dd.' i|ri,,|l. Major ( r, dit v.tr|l,,. :WVel|tctl. (h.tql .uu|l;|  s. I I II DINE WITH US! I PHIL'S RESTAURANT & CAMP- GROUND-- RL. 5. 802-633-9394. Snacks to complete dinners to catering family dining at moderate prices. Entertainment weekends. ROBERTS' COUNTRY ('(X)KING-- Rt. 5. Mon.-Sat., 6 AM-8 PM. Sun.. 8:30 AM.6:30 PM. The Familiar Roberts' Family Menu plus a take out window featuring soft- service cones & fountain service. TIIIRD RAIl, RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5. Serving l,unch & I)inner front 5-t0:39. Sunday Breakfast 10-2. Daily fresh fish specials -- relaxed atmosphere -- fine food with a personal touch. ROBERTS' FAIRI,EE I)INER-- Rt. 5. Mon.-Sat., 6 AM-SPM. Sun.. 8:30 AM-6:30 PM. Ilome style cooking at home style wires ! BONNIE OAKS RESORT-- On beautiful Lake Morey. Fine lakeside dining featuring live Main lobster, fresh seafood. prime rib and continental specialties. Open for luncheon on the deck, July- August 12-1:30. l)innernightly, 6:30 to 8:00. For reservations: 802-333-4362. Entertainment Tuesday through Sunday in the Highlander Lounge. Dancing every Friday and Saturday, July and August. Visa and Master Charge accepted. Rt. It(. 603-444-5719. ()pen Mon.-Sat. 12-2 and 5.9. Sun. 12-9. l,ive Maine l,obster - Fresh Seafood Cocktails. Reserv. & Mat. Credit Cards Accepted. /'ONTiNENTAi 93 MOTOR INN--I-9:| and U.S. 302, 603-444-5366. llome of North ( ountry's Most Popular Buffetall you can catM'mL thru Thurs. $5.95 'till 8:'30, Fri. & Sat. till 9 P.M. (open htr Innch arid LITTLETON breakfast.) I HAM AND BEAN SUPPER WAITS RIVER-- There will be a Ham and Bean Supper at the Waits River Fellowship Hall on Saturday, July 31, with settings at 5:00, 6:00, and 7:00 p.m. Adults, $3.75; children under 13, $2.00; preschoolers, free. \\; .....__2/The ins and outs of an evening out at the Inn. Please don't expect us, on these summer evenings, to ply you with elegant food and drink in formal dining room! Be prepared instead to have the plying done under the our spacious and charming outdoor terrace. Fleet-footed old favorite dishes from our outdoor grill, plus an ev( variety of new surprises from our chef can help make a evening unforgettable. Dress in whatever you find comfortable, but do come to be out at the Inn. ".-' a t Dartmouth CS"-N) Hanover, NH 643.4300 RURAL DELIVERY i1,. GRANDPA BOY i ii iiiiii l|,m iiiii L.ET AKE 50f.THINC-,- "   -- -.__/  . I ''" --..t a, NAPOLEON By Wart By McBride Page 2-The Journal Opinlon-Jul. 21, 1982 r!emlnment "Pirates of Penzance" to NOIIWICH- Gilbert and Strohmier are also leaders of Sullivan's most famous Opera North operetta, "The Pirates of The opening night per- Penzance," opens this iormance is iven as a gala '" .......... Thursday, July 22. at Tracy benefit for Hanover Chamber New books added at//brarv .all in Norwich. The Light Orchestra. The.re ,,,ill be ten Opera of Norwich production performauees in all, at 8:00 E CORINTIt -- Three new the Blae Memorial Library: features a cast of fifty singers p.m.. July 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28 }oks have been added to the Vermont-- a llistory by from theUpper Valley. and 31, plus matinee per- Vermont books collection at Historian and editor Charles Jim T(Mhunter. of Norwich, formanc(.s at 2:3t) p.m., T. Morrissey. Vermont and returns this year as tile Pirate Sunday, July 25; 10:30 a.m., Vermonters have a distinct King, ahmg wih regulars Saturdaj, July 31; and 4:00 image stubbornly resistant to Katharine DeBoer as lald, pro., Sunday, August 1. PLAYHOUSE pressures for conformity. Mr. Nancy Ellison as Ruth and Tickets cost $10 for the Morrissey describes the Peter Smith as Major General opening night tenefit, and ,c,,,, historic background that Stanley. $6.50 for all other per- woduced the states as it is. Nothin" but the Truth, by former governor Deane C. Davis, is a collection of 75 delightful yarns filled with insight into the Vermont mind and character. Hooper's Pasture by John S. Hooper, regular contributor to the Sunday Times Argus. The book offers a glimpse of small town life during the past hundred years -- one man's view of the fun of living in rural New England. Library hours are Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 2-5, 7-9. The focus of "The Pirates of Penzance" is all innocent young man, Frederic, who was mistakenly apprenticed to a band of pirates by his nurse. David Brunelle, of Sara, Maine, plays Frederic. Also new to the light opera company are Ken Munsey, of Canaan, N.tt., and Bill Reiners, of Hanover. Music director and con- ductor is Louis Burkit, who teaches voice at Dartmouth College and is director of the Glee Club there. Barbara Duncan is choreographer. Burkot and director David What made Lake Willoughby? WOODSTOCK-- On Saturday, August 7, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Dr. Herbert Hawkes and the Vermont Institute of Natural Science will lead an exploration of one of the most spectacular areas in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, During this field trip he will discuss the origins of the rocks and the glacial history of Willoughby Notch, followed by a one and one-half mile hike to the top of the cliffs of Mount Hor, overlooking the lake. Preregistration deadline is Tuesday, August 3. Send name, address, phone num- ber, and fee to VINS, Wood- stock, Vt., 05091, or call 457- 2779 for more information. Fee: $7.00 members, $9.00 for nonmembers. ST. JOHNSBURY WELLS RIVER THIS WEER A TURN OF THE CENTURY MUSICAL REVUE Tintypes July 20- 24 WltK THE BASf.SALL MOS[GL Damn Yankees July 27 - 31 Performances Curtain is 8,00 p.m. every Ttmsdoy through Saturday, July 6-August 26. Dinner/Theatre Dinntw I T he.Ire pockoge INOn available at the Hotel olidge ,ni roam ooWtent to the Playhouse. l Reservations The Guild has o nerot odmis$ioe policy, We suggest r.ervofions. Telephone 1802) 295.6228, Box Office open 1,10p.m. IH[ TueSdays at I I:00 am: AIt eats $2.00 CINE00I00? A UNIVERSAL PICTURE 7:00 & 9;15 MATINEES Sot,, Sun. & Rainy Days 2:00 Directed by Stephen Spielbet CINEMA II , STARTS FRIDAY ,...._ With Burr & Dolly k '':r Ihis mutlt fan just /:1S & 9:30 t.. Sun. & Rainy Date 2:O0 Ends Thursday THE THING 7:I5&9:15 TOP 20 COUNTRY SONGS FROM WYK00 WNk d Jdv 19. 1912 "THE NORTH'S NUMBER ONE COUNTRY STATION" klffl$I lnu 1 ALABAMA -- "Take Me Dovm" 1 MERLE HAGGARD -- "Are The COd Times Rmlly Ove' 3 RICKY SKAGGS -- "l Don't Core'" 4 HANK WILLIANLS, JR. -- "Nory Tookin" S E/Y LOU HARRIS -- "Born To Run" 6 SYLVIA  "Nobody" 7 JANIE FRIOCE -- "Don't Worry 'bout Me Boby" 8 CON HUNL -- "Oh Girl" 9 RONNIE MILSAP -- "Any Day Now'" 10 RONNI MCDOWELL -- "1 Just Cut Myself on o Piece of Her Broken Heart" 11 MARTY ROBllINS -- 'Tme Memoice Just Won't Die" 12 ilARBAP.A P&dIDRELL -- "Till Your Gone" 13 DOLLY PARTON  "Heorfbrmk Exwoss" 14 DAVID FRIZELL -- "Got, ha Hir A Wind To Decorate Our Home" 15 WAYLON JENNINGS -- "Women Do Know How To Carry Off" 16 LARRY GATLIN  "She Used To Sing On Sunday" 17 EARL THOMAS CONLEY -- "'Heavenly Bodies" 18 ROGER MILLER -- "Old Friends" 19 CONWAY IITTY- '51owhond" 20 OAK RIDGE BOYS -- "'Sa Fine" QUOTE "A freeway is something that is not:free when one. considers the emotional toll." Anonymous 'c00e se00sone0000a EA.(;T RYE(;ATE WEST LEBANON EAST TH ET--F-O--R D nm i I II I I I I III /HITE RIVER JUNCTII)h FAIRLEE NO BLUE JEANS NO BLUE DENIMS NO HATS ALLOWED Modern Country & Country Rock Music You'fl Just Have To Dance To It They Enjoy Themselves, And $o Will You, At The 111 Club, So You Come, Too! WOODSVILLE I Saturday, July 24 OU "S thern , Comfort" For Reservations Call Before 7 P.M. (603) 747-2505 Or 747-2840 I I III I I III IL I formances. They may be purchased at Janet Flanders Travel, Norwich, The Gardner Group, Norwich; or at The Dartmouth Bookstore, ttanover. For information about group rates and for phone reserwtions, call 81)2) 649-1954. Tickets may also be pur- chased at the door: however, last year's performances sold out, so it is advisable to buy tickets in advance. on Norwich sta "PIRATES )F PENZANCE"-- David Brunelle, left, and Katherine DeBoer, of Haverhill, in the Gilbert and Sullivan production opening this week in Norwich. Wednesday, July 21 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. Thursday, July 22 BRADFORD: Connecticut Valley Fair, gates will open at 6:00 p.m. The fair is held at the Memorial Field behind the old Bradford Academy in Bradford Village. Friday, July 23 BRADFORD: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the Oxbow Vocational Center serving at 11:45 a.m. For reservations call 2224782. BRADFORD: Connecticut Valley Fair, activities all day and into th." -vening. Saturday, July 24 WHITE RIVER JCT. : Record Hop at the Legion Hall from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Admission, $3.00. WOODSVILLE: New Woodsy(lie-Wells River Sewage Treatment Plant Open House at the plant site off Route 135 in Woodsy(lie from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. BRADFORD: Connecticut Valley Fair, activities all day and into the evening. SundaY, July 25 BRADFORD: Connecticut Valley Fair, activities all day and into the evening at the Memorial Field. Bath Tub Race at 11:00 a.m on Federal Street in Bradford Village. -- Annual Bradford Street Parade begins at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, July 28 WELLS RIVER: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the United Church of Christ from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. NEWBURY: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the Bailey Memorial Club from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE CoLA"I'bJA EX00-il" f,L.Cf." " -'" - RESTAURANT '.E*,i  " Main Street. Serving lunch from 11:00-2:30, Mon.-Sal. Open evenings 7 days, Sun.- Thurs. 5-10. Fri. and Sat. 5- it. Phone 802-222- 9008. . Fine Italian dining in a warm candle- lit atmosphere. GARDEN RESTAURANT-- l,ower Plain Rt. 5. Serving Breakfast, I.unch. Dinner, and Sunday Brunch. Try out Pizza Special. 802-222-5202. COUTEE'S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT-- RL. 5 & 25. tiours: 6-9:30 all week. 802-222- 5288. Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner-Window Take Out Service. I,YME INN-- The kind of New England hm you always hoped to find . . . Serving great food and good spirits with old fashioned hpitality. 603.795-2222 or 795- 4404. Reservations suggested. I,INCOI,N INN RESTAURANT 20 Ilastings St. l)ining Room and Coffee Shop - Sugar Shack I,ounge. Banquet facilities to 400. Major credit cards accepted. AIME'S RESTAURANT-- Tel. (802) 748- 3553. Junction Rt. 2 & Rt. 18. Steak-plus and Lobster-plus. Mobil Guide and AAA lasted. WARNERS GAI,LERY RESTAURANT-- 2 miles west of Wells River on Rt. 302. 802- 429.2120 or 633-9:|94. Comfortable country dining with uoique salad bar. Catering and cake decorating. i tJT(00 RESTAURANT Colonial Plaza (603) 298- X222. Open Daily from I t :30 AM. Cocktail l.ounge- ' l,uncheon Specials -- Fainily I)inners  Take Out ,'Prvice. t llOWARI) JOliNSON'S-- Interstates 89- 91. Open 7 days a week. Always open -- never closed for your convenience. Just for coffee or a complete meal, salad bar. l,iquor. 6 Nitre entertainment. Plan ymr party or banquet with us. 802-295-6048. BAll(;E INN RESTAURANT-- Rt. 302 & I0. Mon.-Tinlrs., 6 AM-9:IHt PM. Fri.-Sun., G A31-10:IH; PM. 603-747-339;l. CHALET SHAEFER RESTAURANT ( 'en tra [ Street 693-7 t 7 -297 I Bi'cakfast. hmch. dinner with daih' l)ccialties. t'pstairs hap with happy hou'r [l'O|i| 5-1; i' Vt" l" vda '.' altd ;ee ke nd t'll- I (q'i;lililltl'Ul. Ih"h|x *by onr x ater tonut;iin mid titt.n 1. OHt" pJ;llIO lnni(" uhile 'on Cilia  ditnl('|'. ( ;C|'III;Ill - Enrollea n ,qwciailie,,. lh';Pot|;dd.' i|ri,,|l. Major ( r, dit v.tr|l,,. :WVel|tctl. (h.tql .uu|l;|  s. I I II DINE WITH US! I PHIL'S RESTAURANT & CAMP- GROUND-- RL. 5. 802-633-9394. Snacks to complete dinners to catering family dining at moderate prices. Entertainment weekends. ROBERTS' COUNTRY ('(X)KING-- Rt. 5. Mon.-Sat., 6 AM-8 PM. Sun.. 8:30 AM.6:30 PM. The Familiar Roberts' Family Menu plus a take out window featuring soft- service cones & fountain service. TIIIRD RAIl, RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5. Serving l,unch & I)inner front 5-t0:39. Sunday Breakfast 10-2. Daily fresh fish specials -- relaxed atmosphere -- fine food with a personal touch. ROBERTS' FAIRI,EE I)INER-- Rt. 5. Mon.-Sat., 6 AM-SPM. Sun.. 8:30 AM-6:30 PM. Ilome style cooking at home style wires ! BONNIE OAKS RESORT-- On beautiful Lake Morey. Fine lakeside dining featuring live Main lobster, fresh seafood. prime rib and continental specialties. Open for luncheon on the deck, July- August 12-1:30. l)innernightly, 6:30 to 8:00. For reservations: 802-333-4362. Entertainment Tuesday through Sunday in the Highlander Lounge. Dancing every Friday and Saturday, July and August. Visa and Master Charge accepted. Rt. It(. 603-444-5719. ()pen Mon.-Sat. 12-2 and 5.9. Sun. 12-9. l,ive Maine l,obster - Fresh Seafood Cocktails. Reserv. & Mat. Credit Cards Accepted. /'ONTiNENTAi 93 MOTOR INN--I-9:| and U.S. 302, 603-444-5366. llome of North ( ountry's Most Popular Buffetall you can catM'mL thru Thurs. $5.95 'till 8:'30, Fri. & Sat. till 9 P.M. (open htr Innch arid LITTLETON breakfast.) I HAM AND BEAN SUPPER WAITS RIVER-- There will be a Ham and Bean Supper at the Waits River Fellowship Hall on Saturday, July 31, with settings at 5:00, 6:00, and 7:00 p.m. Adults, $3.75; children under 13, $2.00; preschoolers, free. \\; .....__2/The ins and outs of an evening out at the Inn. Please don't expect us, on these summer evenings, to ply you with elegant food and drink in formal dining room! Be prepared instead to have the plying done under the our spacious and charming outdoor terrace. Fleet-footed old favorite dishes from our outdoor grill, plus an ev( variety of new surprises from our chef can help make a evening unforgettable. Dress in whatever you find comfortable, but do come to be out at the Inn. ".-' a t Dartmouth CS"-N) Hanover, NH 643.4300 RURAL DELIVERY i1,. GRANDPA BOY i ii iiiiii l|,m iiiii L.ET AKE 50f.THINC-,- "   -- -.__/  . I ''" --..t a, NAPOLEON By Wart By McBride